|Part No||Image||Description||Nett £||View / Buy link|
|SARA012||12 volt audible warning buzzer for in cab warning applications eg, tipper truck body raised audible warning. 90 Decibels||£5.50 each|
|SARA024||24 volt audible warning buzzer for in cab warning eg HGV or Loading Shovel brakes low air pressure audible warning buzzer||£5.50 each|
|SARA001||12 volt Reverse alarm warning sounder combined with bulb providing fast installation by replacement of vehicle standard reverse lamp bulb||£16.83 each|
|SARA002|| 24 volt Reverse alarm combined with bulb for HGV and plant
12 volt Reverse alarm for Van Minibus Light Commercial Forklift with
Night Silent Facility
|SARA004|| 24 volt budget reverse
12/24 volt Reverse Alarm for Commercial Vehicle Applications
|SARA014||12/24 volt Reverse Alarm for Construction , Quarry, Mining Plant Applications||£51.84 each|
|SAHB112||12v High Note Car Horn||£6.29 each|
|SAHB012||12v Low Note Vehicle Horn||£6.29 each|
|SAHB124||24v High Note Horn||£6.90 each|
|SAHB024||24v Low Note Truck Horn||£6.90 each|
|SASW241S||Momentary On push button Switch with splashproof cover for use with vehicle horns fitted to Customs builds, Construction Plant & Tractors.||£1.79 each|
|SASW292||Momentary On push button switch for use with vehicle horns||£4.88 each|
|COM12H||12 Volt Twin Air Horns Kit with Compressor||£39.95 each||Special Order Only|
|COM24H||24 Volt Twin Air Horns Kit with Compressor||£44.95 each||Special Order Only|
|MAR24H|| 24 volt Marine Air Horn Kit with Compressor approved for boats less than 12 metres.
Frequency 228 hertz .
|£72.00 each||Special Order Only|
Testers Manual item No 27 : Horn
Vehicles used from 1st August 1973 must have a horn that produces a continuous or uniform sound. If the horn does not work it is a reason for MoT test failure.
Testers Manual item No 34 : Pressure / Vacuum Warning.
Vehicles used from 1 April 1983 can be fitted with either a visual or audible warning device to indicate low air brake pressure.
Fitting an audible reverse warning bleeper will help to reduce risk by increasing the awareness of vehicle movement to passers by , pedestrians and staff working in the vicinity of the vehicle.
The reverse warning bleeper can be installed to activate when reverse gear is engaged either by direct wiring to the reverse gearbox light switch or to reversing lights circuit where circuit rating is sufficient to carry extra load, or triggered via a relay and its own power circuit.
Some reverse alarms have a "Night Silent" facility where an extra wire is fitted to the sidelights circuit to sense when lights are on and deactivate the alarm to avoid nuisance in built up areas.
Consider installation of warning beacons, reflective strip, work lamps and extra visual aids for the vehicle driver including cctv monitoring equipment and extra mirrors.