L714 Remote Sounder with Relay

L714 Remote Sounder with Relay

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If you need an audible alarm to attract attention, but don't need an indication of the call location, the L714 is the simple solution. The sounder is similar in operation to a display unit with a multi level alarm, but has limited zoning facilities. Any assistance or emergency call on the system will over-ride the standard call tone. A built-in relay provides normally open and normally closed 'dry' contacts, which can be used to trigger auxiliary devices.

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