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     Robert J. Cabral
     Agricultural Center
     2101 E. Earhart Avenue,
     Suite 300
     Stockton, CA 95206
     209-953-6200 Phone
     209-953-6268 Fax

DIRECTOR OF
EMERGENCY OPERATIONS

         Michael R. Cockrell

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Emergency Alert System - Radio Vendors

Information provided in this section is a representative list only and is not intended to be a complete listing for local product availability. If your company wishes to be included on this list, please send your request via e-mail to OES.

SOURCE MODEL PART # COST CONTACT COMMENTS
ASI
Industries
EAS Emergency Alert Sentinel   $70 800-747-1434 Basic desk unit with single signal source programmed, no SAME capability. Receives AM/FM local broadcast radio stations.
Federal Signal Corp "The Informer" Emergency Alert Receiver   $475
800-548-7229
Single signal source programmed. Multiple hazards. Stores message. Small 6" x 3" size.
Mandex Motion Displays

Alpha scroll sign;

215 $500
$call
800-473-5623 This unit can be hooked up to various EAS receivers. Electronic suppliers can provide an audio relay to sound a tone when a message signal is sent to the sign.
Manufacturer's
Marketing, Inc.
Various Weather/All Hazard Alert Monitors   $30-60   Digital front panel display specifying type of alert
Automatically switches to alert with voice or multi-tone alarm
3 LED lights indicate alert status
Built-in alarm clock
Instant weather/hazard information
Jacks for external antenna, 12 volt power source or other accessories, including wireless transmitters, pillow vibraters
or alert lights (all sold separately)
Midland Weather Radio unit provided to schools 12-301

$60

any Radio Shack

has SAME (Specific Area Message Encoding) feature to reduce receiving alerts not in your interest area.
Midland Portable all hazards weather radios     816-241-8500  
Oregon Scientific Portable all hazards weather radio various $40-90 800-853-8883 National Weather Service transmitters, some with SAME feature.
Radio Shack 7-channel desktop style with SAME Alert feature 12-258 $99 any Radio Shack Has SAME (Specific Area Message Encoding) feature to reduce receiving alerts not in your interest area. USB interface
Radio Shack 7-channel desktop style with SAME Alert feature with Indor/outdoor Thermometer 12-255 $60 any Radio Shack Has SAME (Specific Area Message Encoding) feature to reduce receiving alerts not in your interest area. USB interface
Reecom 2 models    $40-47 770-641-9228 Both with SAME features
TFT, Inc. Cable Home Alert EAS 950 $70 " Cable Home Alert with battery backup, 85 dBA audible warning, LED warning device, cable loop-thru, location specific by zones.

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  EAS 950H $70 " Cable Home Alert for hearing impaired. Same as EAS 950 plus relay contact closure for external devices.

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  EAS 951 $70 " Home Alert version receiving message by radio wave.

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EAS Safety 1st   $1000 " Receives multiple signal sources, can use message signs, 15" x 9" size. Highly recommended!!

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EMAS6 (943)- encoder/decoder   $2,000 " Used by authorized public safety agencies to activate the Emergency Alert System. Decodes and prints out alert. Broadcasters use this unit to receive and broadcast EAS messages.

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EMAS4 (930A)- receiver (4-ch)  

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  Highest standard of receiving,

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EAS 943- phone access unit  

$1500

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Allows phone access to EMAS6 units for activating from remote locations. Available only for authorized public safety agencies, cable companies, and selected broadcasters…not for the general public.

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Other recievers  

$70

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TFT, Inc. makes many consumer-grade EAS protocol receivers in this price range. They cover AM & FM broadcast, VHF & UHF public safety frequencies. Each receiver is factory programmed for frequency & FIPS, according to the area in which it will be operated.

 

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