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PostPosted: Sun Apr 26, 2009 1:57 pm 
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Real Name: Ian Tate
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My city uses Sentry's. We have a system of 34 Sentry 20V1T's, 7 7V8's, and 1 40V2T. The 40V2T and one of the 20V1T's have both been video taped by my friends TheWeatherGuys. But still, what kind of sirens does your city use?

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 26, 2009 2:12 pm 
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I've seen three Vortexes, one that's either a Vortex or a 4000, two 2001s, an STH-10, and something that looks like a Model 2 in my city. Now, we all like to bash 2001s, but one is slightly lower pitched than the other, so it's eerie whenever both of them go off when a tornado warning is issued.

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Our county has a Sentry 16V1T-B, two Model 5's, and my Model 2. There could still be some more sirens in the city that I don't know about yet..

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Location: South Texas
One model 5 , two STH-10's , and seven 2001-130's


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My City uses Several P-50s, and P-15s (I also think I spotted P-10, Not Sure)


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Location: Finneytown/Springfield Twp. (Cincinnati), Ohio
Cincinnati (Hamilton County) has these:

Thunderbolt
2001
T-128
P-10/15
P-127 (basically a P-15/RM-127 that says Werden Siren on the side instead of ACA/ASC)
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Thunderbeam
SD-10
Model 5/7
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Sentry 3v8
STH-10
STL-10
Shop Built Siren

We used to have an Allertor, Hurricane, and a few xT22s, but they all got replaced.

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Resident of a county with big a mixture of sirens, but in the process of being replaced. :(


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One Model 7 that's in it's 70th year of service. County has mostly Thunderbolt 1000s that are being replaced with T135s.

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Mainly Fedrals, STH-10s 2T22s and 2001s

There are 4 or 5 Screamers and 4 P-10s hidden amoungst the Federal Sirens. 8)

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Fireman61341 wrote:
One Model 7 that's in it's 70th year of service. County has mostly Thunderbolt 1000s that are being replaced with T135s.
Try to get the 1000's when they replace them!


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For me, none. That's one disadvantage about Canada, I guess... :?

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