telephone ringer

telephone ringer

[′tel·ə‚fōn ‚riŋ·ər]
(electromagnetism)
An electromagnetic device that actuates a clapper which strikes one or more gongs to produce a ringing sound; used with a telephone set to signal a called party.
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Tenders are invited for Industrial Telephone Ringer
A device that is meant to alert you, such as an alarm buzzer or telephone ringer, should be higher.
Turning your telephone ringer off or down will avoid having your absence advertised by long, loud ringing.
Turn your telephone ringer down so no one outside can hear repeated rings, and review your answering machine message to make sure it does not imply you are away.
Just as significant were the 300-percent increase in worker satisfaction with the reduction of speech noises, and the 140-percent boost in satisfaction with respect to other facility noises and telephone ringer noise.
Turn telephone ringer off so that burglars can't hear the phone ring.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Industrial Telephone Ringer
This includes Environmental Control Units (ECU), electronic appliance switches, switch mounting systems, home automation systems, signaling and alerting devices, home alarms, television adaptations, smoke alarm and telephone ringers.
Components include: Piezo ceramic buzzer elements in standard or feedback designs; ultra thin Piezo speakers with broad bandwidths; Piezo telephone ringers, driven directly from ICs; Piezo telephone receivers with wide frequency ranges; Piezo ceramic audio transducers with a variety of sound outputs -- external or self-driven type.