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Horn/strobe power supply?

Horn/strobe power supply?

Horn/strobe power supply?

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Has anyone connected one of these?
I've gotten conflicting information on how to power these. I believe you need ring current and an external AC power source in order for this to work. Any input on the power source?
I found a power supply and that didn't work. I've since spoken to another tech and Wheelock tech support and was told that you just need a regular power cord?
Any input is appreciated.

RE: Horn/strobe power supply?

For the Wheelock strobe version you do need 110V power. They make a horn only that will run off the ring voltage. UTA-1

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RE: Horn/strobe power supply?

Eileen, if you still need help, I will help you, Duke

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