Features

Constructed of a sturdy, cast aluminum housing, the BP series speakers are designed to perform in all weather conditions and are compatible with most Federal Signal sirens.
Revolutionary Design
The dual diverging manifold design of the BP100 and BP200 projects sound more uniformly than conventional speakers. This means more sound projection to both sides, as well as to the front of the vehicle.
BP100 Speaker
The patented design of the BP100 speaker allows sound to project forward and effectively reduced compartment noise. The BP100 also complies with Class A specifications when used with a Federal Signal siren.
BP200 Speaker
The BP200 speaker incorporates two 100-Watt Neodymium drivers to produce a full 200-Watts of output. Designed to attractively flush mount through the bumper of a vehicle, the BP200 is available with a choice of two grilles. As a fire truck siren, the BP200-EF includes a polished, stainless steel “Electric F“ grille. The BP200-Q includes a back plate and the classic chrome plated “Q” grille, which is a staple in the fire industry.
BP Series mounting options
The BP series of compact speakers is available with a variety of mounting options to perfectly fit specific applications. Choose from a selection of BP100 mount kits or select a BP200 model, which includes an integral mounting bracket and hardware.

Specifications

Approvals Class A
Power 100W
Input Voltage 12VDC
Dim. (H x W x D) BP100- 5.5 in (14.0 cm) x 5.5 in (14.0 cm) x 5.5 in (14.0 cm)
BP200EF- 5.5 in (14.0 cm) x 7.7 in (19.6 cm) x 7.8 in (19.8 cm)
BP200-Q- 5.5 in (14.0 cm) x 7.7 in (19.6 cm) x 7.8 in (19.8 cm)
Ship Weight BP100- 14.0 lbs (6.4 kg)
BP200-EF- 21.0 lbs (9.5 kg)
BP200-Q- 24.0 lbs (10.9 kg)
Warnings

Warnings

Audible Equipment may produce LOUD sounds necessary to request the right-of-way. Audible equipment may cause hearing damage. Wear hearing protection. Refer to the Installation Manual or call 800/433-9132 for further instructions.

Important Warning for Police Boats and Fire Rescue Boats

It has come to our attention that police boat and fire rescue boat sirens and speakers may subject persons operating those craft to sound pressure levels that can cause permanent hearing loss. We recommend that speakers be located as far forward on the boat as possible, as recommended in the SAE Recommended Practice J1849 "Emergency Vehicle Sirens". However, unprotected exposures of a sufficient duration to properly located siren speakers can still create a risk of hearing loss.

It is our recommendation that your siren speakers should be relocated and persons operating these craft should wear hearing protection when using the siren system.

Failure to comply with these recommendations may result in temporary or permanent hearing loss to operators and passengers of these vehicles.