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Technical Bulletin No. 06-06
MALLORY SONALERT PRODUCTS, INC.
Circuit to Increase Turn-On Voltage
Below is a circuit that can be used to prevent the alarm from sounding until a certain
voltage is reached. This particular circuit has a turn-on voltage around 10 Vdc due to the
10 volt Zener Diode, but you can just substitute other values of Zener Diodes to get the
needed turn-on voltage for your circuit.
4411 S. High School Road, Indianapolis, Indiana 46241 U.S.A
Phone: (317) 612-1000 * FAX: (317) 612-1010 * www.mallory-sonalert.com