KB-15G marine electric horn

 LOA up to 20m

Kahlenberg KB-15G

The Kahlenberg KB-15G provides provides compact and versatile sound signal and communication options for small commercial vessels under 20m, with hailer as standard and a talkback option.

Kahlenberg KB-15G electric marine horn hailer
The Kahlenberg KB-15G is a type approved electronic horn and voice hailing system operating on 12V or 24V DC for marine use that produces a powerful 121dB sound signal for all types of vessels up to 20m in length.
 
The Kahlenberg KB-15G-BASE model provides voice amplification for marine hailing purposes.
 
The Kahlenberg KB-15G-TB model additionally provides two way voice communication for marine hailing purposes including “talkback” from crew back to the helm station speaker/microphone.
 
Both models include a CM-15 control module for mounting inside the helm station, a push to talk microphone with mounting bracket, and a high output marine duty speaker made entirely from corrosion proof materials.
 
Auxiliary inputs are included for connection of other audio sources such as a radio or public address systems.
 
The horn signal is ideally controlled with the Kahlenberg M-127 rocker switch, but can be configured for use with any standard momentary contact push button or Kahlenberg sound signal controller for automatic operation.
 
Multiple Horns can be controlled from single station for hailing/talkback and/or horn signal.

KB-15G Electric Horn and Hailer specification

  • Vessel length – < 20m
  • Heated? – Yes
  • Power – Electrically powered
  • Frequency – 698 Hz
  • S.P.L. Output – 121 dB (1/3 Octave Band)
  • Voltage – 12 or 24V D.C.
  • Power Consumption – 30W
  • Materials – (Horn and Driver) Polyamide
  • Mounting Bracket and fasteners – Stainless Steel
  • Finish – Grey
  • Net weight – (Horn) 4lb (1.8kg)
  • Ingress Protection – (Horn) IP67
  • Max./Min. Amb. Temp. – -30F (-34C) to 120F (49C)
  • Cable Size – .25in (6mm)- .45in (11.5mm)

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