CAT# ES-10
$4.50 each
10 or more $4.00 each
Small, painfully-loud two-tone piezo siren for auto or home security devices. Operates 6-12 vdc, 110 ma. 108dB output (30cm). 1.84" x 1.53" x 0.88" high black plastic body. Two mounting holes on diagonal 1.80" centers. 3" wire leads.
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A customer from MARSHALL, MN US
Wow - they weren't kidding about deafening!
I swapped out the buzzer on my water alarm kit (All Electronics P/N MK-108) with this piezo siren. The result is a siren that can be heard very clearly two floors up. This unit has the ability to put out a louder, more irritating, sound than units twice it's size. The very low power consumption is the icing on the cake.

A customer from Asheville, NC
Perfect Recovery siren
Our team used this for the recovery siren in our near-space balloon payload. (Along with a GPS Radio Tracker) We probably would never have found it up in a tree without it. Survived two flights so far, each more than 20 miles up in the atmosphere!

A customer from Lititz PA
Almost too loud @ 12VDC. I bought this to wake me up for ambulance call in the middle of the night & thinking about getting something not as loud. This would be perfect if you a distance from the siren or in a noisy enviornment. You won't be disappointed with this siren!!

A customer from ALASKA USA (no we don't ride motorcycles most of the year !)
weather resistance
I had mounted this on my Harley to accompany the paging alarm, and it's a great item--just as earsplitting as advertised. My alarm modules were mounted forward of the rear wheel between the starter relay and the rear tire splash shield (dry side) up high.
The siren lasted well over two summers but eventually the elements got the better of it and now I need to replace it as the siren tone has become weak.
Know that it's a great buy, but if it's mounted out in the elements (weather), it will need to be replaced periodically depending on the ambient conditions demanded of it. It is NOT water-resistant or waterproofed.

A customer from Spokane, Wa
Nice and compact and yes, It IS! Painfully loud at 12vdc. Even at 9vdc it makes you cringe. I purchased one to use in an alarm setup for the liquor cabinet. Soldered straight to a 9vdc battery and magnetic switch. My wife set it off once by accident. The bruise on my arm proves its loud. =o)
Just hoping my soon to be teenage son and his friends don't find a need to set it off.
Thinking of getting another to wire to a 9vdc battery and toss it in my gun case for added security.