Federal Signal Resonating Horn

Federal Signal Resonating Horn

Brand: Federal Signal Corporation
Origin: USA


The Federal Signal Model 52 resonating horn produces 114dBA @ 10 feet (124dBA @ 1m) with a 1,000 foot range. It is capable of penetrating high ambient noise levels. Being electrically-activated, The Model 52 does not require an air compressor for operation. The Model 52 is able to withstand the shocks, vibrations, dust and atmospheric conditions encountered in off-road use. The operating temperature range is -40ºF to 185ºF (-40ºC to 85ºC).

Federal Signal Model 52 Resonating Horn

Rubber gaskets and a power connector make the Model 52 completely watertight.The projector and internal parts are made of zinc-coated steel or stainless steel to resist corrosion; the exterior is sealed with gray enamel paint. The housing is die-cast aluminum. Tied and adhesive-bonded internal wiring helps prevent electrical shorts, wire breakage, and loose connections. The Model 52 is available in 24VDC. It’s 18-32V operating range allows for voltage inconsistencies. The Model 52 has a duty cycle of five minutes on and five minutes off.

Federal Signal’s Model 52 resonating horn is specifically designed for off-road vehicles. It provides the very loud sound for which an air-horn is usually required, but without the need for an expensive compressor. Used by major manufacturers of construction equipment, Model 52 resonating horns suit the warning needs of any off-road vehicle working in a high noise environment, including excavators, backhoes, compactors (steamrollers), loaders, tractors, bulldozers, trenchers, and scrapers.

Federal Signal Resonating Horn Specifications

Operating Temperature-40ºF to 185ºF
(-40ºC to 85ºC)
Net Weight9.0lbs (4.08kg)
Shipping Weight10.0lbs (4.54kg)
Height6.5" (165.1mm)
Width7.5" (190.5mm)
Depth21.5" (546.1mm)
Voltage24V DC
Operating Current4.0A
Decibels114Db @ 10' and 124Db @ 1m

Applications: any off-road vehicle working in a high noise environment, including excavators, backhoes, compactors (steamrollers), loaders, tractors, bulldozers, trenchers, and scrapers.