Electromechanical sirens generally use a cylindrical, slotted rotor inside of a similar stator. The rotor spins inside the nonmoving stator, causing air to be forced out like a squirrel cage blower. The slots are alternately blocked and opened as the rotor spins, causing vibration and sound.
Pages in category "Electromechanical Sirens"
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