UTM

Federal Signal

Federal Signal SelecTone® UTM Universal Tone Module, Switchable, 32, 363 to 1296 Hz

UTM

Federal Signal

Federal Signal SelecTone® UTM Universal Tone Module, Switchable, 32, 363 to 1296 Hz

  • NCE Part No: 187709
  • MPN: UTM
  • UPC: 78297920217

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DESCRIPTION

Federal Signal SelecTone® Universal Tone Module, Switchable Tone Type, 32 Number of Tones, 363 to 1296 Hz, Plastic, Black, 2.25 in L x 3.25 in W x 0.84 in H

SPECIFICATIONS

Color      :      Black
Sub Brand      :      Selectone
Type      :      Universal Tone Module
Application      :      In-plant use
Dimensions      :      2.25 in L x 3.25 in W x 0.84 in H
Brand Name      :      Federal Signal
special features      :      Compatible with all Selectone Equipment

FEATURES

  • Federal signal's universal tone module, UTM is a microcontroller based tone generator capable of producing 32 different tones
  • The UTM is the key component of a selectone system or a single selectone device
  • Tone selection is made by setting five DIP switches
  • Housed in a plastic cover impregnated with stainless steel fibers, the circuitry is shielded from RFI radio frequency interference and EMI electromagnetic interference
  • The edge connector allows for quick and simple installation, the UTM can be substituted for any of the 13 selectone tone modules TM series
  • Federal signal's UTM provides crisp, clear digital signals easily distinguished from the ambient noise of commercial, institutional and industrial environments
  • Plastic cover

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