The Federal Signal 2001-130 and Equinox sirens is a high power, rotating, unidirectional outdoor warning siren. The high-decibel output provides maximum coverage with minimum installation cost. Radio/cellular/satellite or wireless IP activation can further minimize installation costs by eliminating the need for leased dedicated control lines.
The siren’s projector produces a 60-degree projection of sound which rotates at 3 RPM and can produce three distinct warning signals: steady, wail and fast wail. The siren will supply a minimum of 15 minutes of full power output from its batteries after AC power loss. The siren controls are available with battery operation, solar, AC operation, and AC operation with battery back-up, one-way and two-way radio control, wired or wireless Ethernet, satellite/cellular or landline. The 2001 Series is offered in low frequency (490 Hz) or mid-range frequency (790 Hz).
Ideal applications for this warning siren include hazardous weather conditions, fires, floods, chemical spills and other types of community or facility emergencies.
Sirens can be powered from 120VAC, 240VAC, with battery back-up or battery operation. Solar powering can also be provided
Signal /Sweep Rate
Wail /10 sec.
Fast Wail /3.5 sec.
Up to 6,500'
Up to 6,100'
Up to 13,200'
Up to 12,200'
Wood, steel, composite or concrete poles can be provided. Contact Federal Signal for details Communications:
Federal Signal can supply one-way and two-way communications. Radio, IP, Landline, Satellite and Cellular can be combined to provide a robust alerting solution
Operating Temperature:3 -22º F to 140º F (-30º C to 60º C) Dimensions: H x W x D: 62" x 37" x 41" (157 cm x 94 cm x 104 cm) Shipping Weight:
2001-130 490 lbs (222 kg)
Equinox 460 lbs (205 kg)
1 Contact Federal Signal for powering options 2 Actual coverage is dependent on many factors, contact Federal Signal for sound analysis of your specific location 3 The siren can operate throughout this temperature range provided that battery temperature is maintained at 18ºC or higher