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Synonyms for annunciate

to bring to public notice or make known publicly

Synonyms for annunciate

foreshadow or presage

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Similar to the other XRS detectors, the R7 and R9G provide drivers with IntelliMute[R], a speed sensing Auto Mute system to prevent false alerts; Voice Alert[TM], which clearly annunciates signals and alerts being detected; SmartPower[TM] to automatically shut off the unit when the vehicle's ignition is turned off; and StrobeAlert[R], which alerts the driver of approaching emergency vehicles.
In addition to the products' enhanced performance and added benefits, the 9950 and 9940 offer Cobra firsts such as Voice Alert(TM), which clearly annunciates signals and alerts being detected; IntelliMute(R), a programmable speed sensing auto mute system that reduces false alerts; SmartPower(TM) to automatically shut off the unit when the vehicle's ignition is turned off; and Safety Alert(R) and Strobe Alert(R), which alert the driver of approaching emergency vehicles and select road hazards.
All readers include host LED control, guaranteed HID compatibility, a buzzer that annunciates card reads, and a separate tamper output signal.
5 inch prototype area that is connected to the MCU's address/data bus and control signals; expansion slots to expand the prototype area; a reset switch; and a 2 x 16 LCD display that echos serial commands during debug and annunciates the results of ongoing tests (e.
Once a driveway trigger is tripped, a wav file annunciates "DRIVEWAY, DRIVEWAY, DRIVEWAY," to play through Crestron touchpanels.
A built-in keypad located behind the locked enclosure door enables the user to silence, disable, and reset the panel while an internal sounder annunciates keystrokes and alarm/trouble conditions.
That was a concern, Rankine explains, because "the more pieces of equipment between an alarm point and where it annunciates to a person, the greater the opportunity for a system failure to occur.
Each device transmits an alarm via a low-power, digitally coded radio signal, and the control panel annunciates it.