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Feniex Typhoon 100W Siren

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Feniex Typhoon 100W Siren
Feniex Typhoon 100 Watt Siren, Microphone & Controllers

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In Stock! Clear the road and ride the wave with Feniex's latest. Introducing the resilient, sophisticated and versatile Typhoon 100 Watt Siren.


  • 21 tones (same as the storm)
  • 100W siren
  • Integrated relay in siren
  • 6 programmable momentary or on/off buttons (outputs/lights)
  • Integrated 2 output wigwag capability
  • Buttons programmable for on/off or momentary
  • 7 position rotary dial for siren tones (FF)
  • 7 siren tone buttons (HH)
  • Horn ring, park kill, Radio rebroadcast capabilities
  • 2 year warranty

4 Stars
Volunteer EMS
This is specific to the Handheld version. First, I love the idea of the handheld controller, it allows me to have a siren installed in my vehicle but not have it functional by removing the handheld yet a pushbutton can still use the air-horn. Keeps the clutter factor down in my car when I am not active. I used this for the first time yesterday while doing a prolonged multi-state escort and as far as the siren and option switches they performed as expected and I am happy with the basic functionality of the system (I have a grill mounted Feniex Triton speaker). However, there are what I would consider design flaws in the handheld controller. 1. The power switch is way too easy to inadvertently turn off the power when gripping the controller, especially if you are gripping it with your right hand and go to activate the first siren button, it is almost impossible not to have some part of your hand over this power switch doing that. They need to recess the switch or put molded fencing around it so it requires a deliberate action to turn on/off this switch or they need to relocate the switch. 2. Likewise, when gripping the controller the Switch #6 (and possibly #4 which I do not use) is too easy to press with a part of your hand when gripping it in your right hand and going to select a siren mode with your thumb. I found myself repeatedly inadvertently turning off this switch. 3. The brightness of the backlighting cannot be adjusted and is, for me, far too bright for nighttime use. There is no way I could have this mounted within my field of view and have it on at night because it would be too distracting. Likewise, the contrast level between activated and non-activated switches is insufficient and requires a slightly longer glance to "study" the switches to see which are on and which aren't.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Chicago Burbs. on 10/7/2017

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