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* ...that the '''[[EOWS Series|EOWS series]]''' once included a vehicular variant, the M*12?
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* ...that the '''[[Surry Power Station]]''''s activation sequence for their system results in a distinct "triple windup"?
 
* ...that, although having two more cells, the '''[[Modulator II|Modulator II 8032B]]''' is still 23.64 inches shorter than the [[Modulator|Modulator 6048]]?
 
* ...that, although having two more cells, the '''[[Modulator II|Modulator II 8032B]]''' is still 23.64 inches shorter than the [[Modulator|Modulator 6048]]?
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* ...that the national siren system in '''[[Denmark]]''' is one of the largest single systems using [[Whelen Engineering|Whelen]] sirens, with 1,078 sirens covering 80% of the country?
 
* ...that the '''[[Model 2]]''' is the oldest siren currently in production, dating back to around 1921?
 
* ...that the '''[[Model 2]]''' is the oldest siren currently in production, dating back to around 1921?
* ...that some '''[[:Category:Fedelcode|Fedelcodes]]''', despite carrying the label and housing, never had a coding mechanism?
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* ...that '''Fort McPherson''', Northwest Territories, and '''Cambridge Bay''', Nunavut, are home to two of the few sirens located north of the Arctic Circle, both [[STH-10]]s?
* ...that, contrary to popular belief,"'''[[2001 Siren Series|2001-DC]]'''" is not a model in itself, instead referring to battery-equipped units in general?
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* ...that, contrary to popular belief, the "'''[[2001 Siren Series|2001-DC]]'''" is not a model in itself, but rather refers to battery-equipped units in general?

Latest revision as of 09:15, 31 July 2018

  • ...that the Surry Power Station's activation sequence for their system results in a distinct "triple windup"?
  • ...that, although having two more cells, the Modulator II 8032B is still 23.64 inches shorter than the Modulator 6048?
  • ...that the national siren system in Denmark is one of the largest single systems using Whelen sirens, with 1,078 sirens covering 80% of the country?
  • ...that the Model 2 is the oldest siren currently in production, dating back to around 1921?
  • ...that Fort McPherson, Northwest Territories, and Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, are home to two of the few sirens located north of the Arctic Circle, both STH-10s?
  • ...that, contrary to popular belief, the "2001-DC" is not a model in itself, but rather refers to battery-equipped units in general?