All-Hazards Emergency Radio
MIDLAND MODEL WR100 ALL-HAZARDS CIVIL EMERGENCY ALERT MONITOR
WITH S.A.M.E. TECHNOLOGY AND ALARM CLOCK
Unbelievable Price of
Project Community Alert makes this special all-hazards emergency radio available at cost at local retailers.
Get one today and save a life tomorrow.
- S.A.M.E. localized reception. Lets you specify if you want to receive alerts from one county or multiple counties.
- Features 7 N.O.A.A. channels. Coverage for reception in 93% of the U.S.
- Programmable for 25 counties. Memory system allows for user setting of up to 25 different counties.
- Time and alarm clock with full time display. 12-hour clock display, alarm and snooze.
- User-selectable warning system. 90 dB siren alarm, voice alert, or visual red LED flasher.
- Operates on AC power or emergency power backup using 3 â€œAAâ€ batteries. Keeps your radio automatically operating during power outages or for outdoor use.
- Compatible with pillow vibrator, strobe light and any X10 accessories.
NOTE: Don't confuse other Weather Alert Radios with this one. Others may not be Programmable! Which means you will be awaken in the middle of the night for warnings that are not in your area. This model is programmable for your specific county. So you only receive the warnings that you wish to.
Available at these fine stores:
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Area Emergency Managers warn of impending weather dangers
As Spring severe weather season swings into full force, emergency managers in Southwest Missouri are warning residents that their safety depends on being aware and prepared, in combination with timely and accurate warning. They are taking the initiative to educate the public about the dangers associated with severe weather and the importance of early warning in coordination with the National Weather Service.
PCAâ€™s goal is both public education and to place 10,000 alarm-equipped, programmable all-hazard/weather radios in homes, schools and businesses throughout sixteen counties in the Southwest Missouri area.
As a component of their successful Project Community Alert (PCA), area emergency managers have partnered with local companies to help ensure public safety, preparedness and life-saving response through accurate and timely warning. PCA, in its first year, is a community-wide effort of the various Southwest Missouri Emergency Managers and the National Weather Service.
FIPS codes needed to program your radio:
If you need more information you can contact the Nixa Fire Protection District at (417) 725-4025 or the Christian County Emergency Management Agency at (417) 581-2126.