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PostPosted: Sat Jul 14, 2018 4:23 am 
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Are there any pictures of these things with the housing off or any brochures with it featured?

Where are all of the current/previous locations of this siren?

Any other info would be appreciated. Thanks

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 14, 2018 4:51 am 
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Here is a location of one of the the model 20. {Weird streetview}
Link:https://www.google.com/maps/@39.423908, ... 312!8i6656

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I have an advert for the “Model 20”. It just states it as the ‘new Fedelcode siren’
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Credit to PeachtreeSirens. It's in Winchester, VA.
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https://www.google.com/maps/uv?hl=en&pb ... px8IhAEwCg

Mt Union, PA. Dave Fritz (Rheems1) heard this in person and said it could have been the loudest siren he's ever heard. There's an STH-10 right down the street from it too.


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Credit to PeachtreeSirens. It's in Winchester, VA.

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Wow, that's an oddball. I'd love to hear what it sounds like. Anyone know the port ratio? It looks like it's 9/12 port.

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Credit to PeachtreeSirens. It's in Winchester, VA.

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Wow, that's an oddball. I'd love to hear what it sounds like. Anyone know the port ratio? It looks like it's 9/12 port.
Not so sure that's a Model 20. I know it has been rumored to be a B&N of sort as well. I don't live too far from it so maybe sometime I'll go check it out.


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It would definitely be nice to learn more about these sirens. I don't think there are any sources confirming that they're even called the Model 20. The only Model 20 I've seen is the fat Model 7 looking siren in an old ad. (Not sure if anyone here has it.) The dual-headed models seem to come in a whole bunch of different shapes and sizes. Type "Fedelcode Model 20" into Google images and there are pictures of like five or more different versions.

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 17, 2018 10:10 pm 
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Credit to PeachtreeSirens. It's in Winchester, VA.

37123187_2101893653424266_8016814761612148736_n.jpg
Wow, that's an oddball. I'd love to hear what it sounds like. Anyone know the port ratio? It looks like it's 9/12 port.
Not so sure that's a Model 20. I know it has been rumored to be a B&N of sort as well. I don't live too far from it so maybe sometime I'll go check it out.
It is definitely a model 20. That looks exactly like the farmland siren that blew over some 15 years ago. B&M never made a dual head vertical siren. All of their vertical sirens were single head and from what I understand they were extremely small for a full sized siren.

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The actually name for this dual head Fedelcode cannot be Model 20. The Model 20 was a larger Model 5 according to a advertisement. There is an example of an actual Model 20 in Oakbrook Terrace, IL.

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