Powercall X71A Remote 2 Tone 100 Watt Siren
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New as of 5/25/2023, you can now purchase the additional Powercall Switch box assembly and toggle switch to operate this unit. This is an additional $34.99 and comes with the box shown and the momentary toggle switch. For customers that don't want the box option, the unit comes standard with a loose toggle switch. Also, all Powercall Sirens now come with an extended warranty option. Normal warranty on all my units are 2 years against any internal defects or craftmanship. You have the option now to purchase an extended warranty for an additional cost.
Normal 2 year warranty - INCLUDED
Extending the 2 year warranty to a 3 year warranty - $39.90
Extending the 2 year warranty to a 5 year warranty - $69.90
The Powercall X71A siren is David Fierstien's 2019 X Series 2 tone, remote emergency siren. The X71A sounds the Powercall (Warble) tone and the Whoop Tone. The unit is a remote siren that is controlled by a supplied 2 position momentary toggle switch which comes with the unit. Each position on the switch will activate one of the tones and de-activate the tone as well. You can always use your own triggering system, as long as the device throws out a momentary negative signal. The X71A requires one 100 watt speaker (Not included) and is a great undercover, remote siren.
This siren requires ONE speaker (Sold Separately) and CANNOT be used with 2 speakers. Our recommendation for a speaker is our Powercall 6DX Siren Speaker.
This siren is a very easy installation, which is comprised of Power, Ground a set of speaker leads and 2-3 wires to trigger your unit. The wiring diagram on the unit is self explanatory.
Dimensions are roughly 5” x 5” x 1.5” and weighs approximately 1.9lbs.
Comes with roughly 6 feet of wire.
Connections are done via the on board terminal strip.
Heavy Duty 2 position momentary switch
Requires one (1) 100 Watt Siren Speaker.
NFPA Compliant under the 6-Adam DX Board Certification.
Meets the SAEJ1849 Requirement for Sound