CAN Alarm – CAN Alarm J1939; Large Panel Mount and Wires Termination. Panel mount piezo alarm that functions on the any CAN Network using the SAE J1939 protocol. It is arbitrary address capable, meaning it can claim a different address if an address conflict occurs. Rather than being “pre-canned” with specific sounds, the device is configurable for many sounds or tones via messages received on the network. This allows the alarm to be useful to communicate multiple audible tones/sounds for different alarm conditions. A detailed Communications Reference specifies tone types and specific PGN instructions for activating different tone and sound combinations on the network.
Floyd Bell’s new Turbo TXL7 alarm is capable of seven unique, attention getting tones all in one alarm. (see tone chart below) Each tone can be electrically selected via 4 input connections to the alarm. To make wiring easy and convenient, the inputs are non polarized. The common connection can be ground or Positive. (see application circuit) The new Turbo XL series features lower frequency and louder output than most conventional piezo alarms. The lower frequency and loud output ensure that this alarm will be heard even in noisy environments