alarm signal


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alarm signal

[ə′lärm ‚sig·nəl]
(electronics)
The international radiotelegraph alarm signal transmitted to actuate automatic devices that sound an alarm indicating that a distress message is about to be broadcast.
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NEW YORK, May 26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- NAPCO Security Technologies, one of the world's leading manufacturers of high-technology electronic security, connected home, video, fire alarm, access control and door-locking systems, today announces the addition of the StarLink(TM) CDMA Alarm Communicator, featuring Verizon Network Certified(TM) service to augment its popular line of Alarm Signal communication devices.
Lack of explaining and clarifying questions among employees of the State Registration Service is an alarm signal that means they do not understand the procedure for collection of biometric data of the population of Kyrgyzstan, Chairman Alina Shaikova said on August 22 at the board meeting.
Police received an alarm signal from the business at 3:11 a.
The clock can be connected to a telephone, and its alarm signal options (visual, audible and tactile) can all be used as a telephone signal indicator and as a ring amplifier.
A method for detecting and conveying an alarm signal when an absorbent article is unfastened or completely removed from the body of the wearer, has received a patent.
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The device can provide an alarm signal when product color is outside specification.
sounder indication, remote alarm signal and Building Management System including a fire cut-off.
Girls who feel under threat push a button on the tag, which sends an alarm signal, pinpointing their position.
When an alarm is triggered, the communicator assesses its connections to the phone line and, if the line is disrupted, it connects to the GSM network to send an alarm signal to the central monitoring station.
Ball & Jewell, a division of Sterling, has introduced the LP Series of portable and low-speed granulators that feature a feed chute, motor overload protection, and visual alarm signal.