Electrical Makrofon EM660/370 TSI

Electrical Makrofon EM660/370 TSI
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ZÖLLNER Signal GmbH

Electrical Makrofon EM660/370 TSI

  • This article first appeared in the Railway-News magazine Issue 3 2022.

ZÖLLNER has been producing compressed air­-operated signal horns for rail vehicles for over 75 years. Thanks to this long­standing experience, we have gained an edge in knowledge that  makes us a reliable partner of vehicle manufacturers. ZÖLLNER Makrofons are flexible, user-friendly, well­-designed and supplied with all the relevant certificates. Increasing demands on the  material, documentation and safety support us in offering high­-quality and reliable products. We  place particular emphasis on compliance with environmental requirements such as REACH,  ROHS and EN 45545.

Our current product portfolio for rail vehicles includes a wide selection of signal horns with  different frequencies. With our new Electrical Makrofon EM660/370 TSI, we are offering a  solution for signalling that is independent of compressed air. The Makrofon consists of the  speaker ZETFON 70S (horn) and the control and amplifier unit. Each horn provides two  frequencies, for example 370Hz and 660Hz. We will gladly offer you alternative frequencies  according to your needs. Optional protection grids protect the funnels against external influences such as chippings, dust  and snow. Optional features include announcements via microphone, a ‘ready for use’ indicator  for the driver’s cab and an internal signal protocol with real­-time stamp.

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