Storm Pro 200W Siren

SKU: C-4015 $259.00

The Storm Pro 200 Watt Siren packs a punch, producing 130 decibels of clear, thundering sound in 23 programmable tones. The leading siren for pursuit and response vehicles, the Storm Pro 200w is dual-tone capable with remote activation that allows for universal compatibility with non-Feniex controllers. For maximum impact, pair your Storm Pro police siren with the Feniex Triton speaker and the Feniex 4200 DataLink controller. Meets or exceeds SAE J1849 standards. Additional lead times for Spanish Tones. 

  • Mic Cable: 15 Feet
  • Imput Voltage: 12 Volts DC
  • Current Draw: 20 Amps
  • Dimensions 6.6” W x 6” L x 2.5” H
  • Made in the USA
  • 1x Storm Pro 200w Amplifier
  • 1x Mic
  • 1x Mix Clip
  • 2x Screws
  • UPDATE - The 6-Switch Panel is no longer offered with the Storm Pro siren.
  • 2 year warranty
  • 200w power output
  • Dual-tone capable
  • 23 programmable tones
  • Microphone included for PA functionality
  • 4 programmable modes
  • Radio rebroadcast
  • Horn ring
  • Park-kill
  • Integrated push button for tone selection
  • Includes microphone mounting clip w/screws
  • Made in the USA

Great For:

Police Sedans, EMT Ambulances, Fire Engines, Police SVUs

Customer Reviews

Al, Honolulu, HI

I’ve been buying and installing Fenix products since their introduction into the emergency lighting community. Couldn’t be more pleased! Feniex has found a way to make American Manufacturing GREAT again. Their products are made right here in the USA and the quality of their products shows it. Not like some of these other well known brands (Whelen) who are outsourcing all of their manufacturing, Feniex has kept true to their roots. Thank You Feniex for bringing true safety to us Emergency Responders. #Customer4Life

Kevin Merritt, Kevin Merritt, TX

We have recently switched over from Whelen to all Feniex products. From the controllers to the lights to even sirens. We work a busy highway and we have seen a huge difference since we have made the change.

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