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PostPosted: Mon Nov 11, 2019 7:28 pm 
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My county has a Federal Signal Modulator 4016B, a few Federal Signal STH-10s, a Model 5 (inactive), and a privately owned 3T22, Model L, Secomak Siren, Darley Model 2, and FS STH-10. The non-private sirens are independently owned and many are inactive.

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2001SRNs and a couple 130s


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A system of T-121s, T-128s, 2001-130s, 2001-SRNBs (Large Logo), and RM-130s.
Former Sirens: STH-10, A few other RM-130s, Thunderbolt 1003s.
Facts: The STH-10 was the final siren of the former CD System to be removed. It got removed in early 2020. One of the poles still remain. All of the sirens that replaced 1003s have a blower pad at the bottom of the pole.

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My town, Morton Grove in Illinois has five Whelen 4004`s and plus one inactive thunderbolt 1000t.


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 15, 2020 1:43 pm 
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About 7 Whelen 2810s/2909s/2910. These sirens replaced (Havre De grace) 3 STH-10s, 2 of them remain, one inactive at the Susquehanna Hose Company (Downtown) with a shroud (no, it isn't a Darley.) the other one went to Perryville FC. I honestly think they could have moved the STH to a different location. 3 of the 7 whelens are here. They test them once a month in a live voice. In Aberdeen, we have I-Forces (For APG) and 3 2810s and one sole 2910 that replaced a 2810 that was fried by lightning. These sirens replaced a Super Sirex (Yep. Sad, I know.) a Thunderbolt 1000AT, a Model 2? and a Model 7AT. There are also several Model Ls for Vulcan. I believe there is a small siren on the bridge to warn incoming ships that it is turning... IDK tho. Meanwhile, I used to live in Bel Air, which has a STH. The I-forces in APG replaced 8 port BN44Es and Thunderbolt 1000ATs. The reason they didn't remove the Susquehanna FC one is because it is their oldest FD. I recently tried to get it, and that's why he said no. Fun fact: one of their old locations was right here... https://www.google.com/maps/@39.5381412 ... a=!3m1!1e3
I wonder why they removed it :lol:
EDIT: Apparently the Bulle Rock Whelen was struck by lightning, I don't know what they are gonna do about it, but they are probably gonna replace it with a Model 2 or a 2905.

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None in my state (NSW) We have a few sirens at fire stations that look like GCS Model 3s (We don't think they are though) But they aren't active. Australia doesn't really do Outdoor Warning Systems, apart from the state, Queensland. They have 20 or so Whelens, a few SiRcoms, and a few Federal Signal Model 2s, one being Fedelcode branded.

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 06, 2020 2:02 pm 
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nvanw27 wrote: *
My county has a Federal Signal Modulator 4016B, a few Federal Signal STH-10s, a Model 5 (inactive), and a privately owned 3T22, Model L, Secomak Siren, Darley Model 2, and FS STH-10. The non-private sirens are independently owned and many are inactive.
There's a SECOMAK in YOUR COUNTY?!

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I'm in New Jersey and everywhere you look there is a Model 2.


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IceBolt_1003 wrote: *
nvanw27 wrote: *
My county has a Federal Signal Modulator 4016B, a few Federal Signal STH-10s, a Model 5 (inactive), and a privately owned 3T22, Model L, Secomak Siren, Darley Model 2, and FS STH-10. The non-private sirens are independently owned and many are inactive.
There's a SECOMAK in YOUR COUNTY?!
I'm guessing it's not a dual/single rotor horizontal siren, but more likely something vertical.

Anyways since I'm on here, sirens in my county (Westchester County) include: 2 Model 2's in my town, a Federal 500 in my town, 2 diaphones in my town, and one lone chrome diaphragm horn right down the street from the 500. Sirens in other parts of the county include mostly rarely to never used fire sirens. There is also a good variety of ATI HPSS32 sirens that are part of the Indian Point warning system.

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