Based in Jupiter, Florida, Extreme Tactical Dynamics is a leader in the U.S. emergency vehicle siren market, currently boasting more than 5,750 delighted, 5-star customer reviews. Owner and founder of the business, established in 2007, Chris Dallmann takes a closer look at how best to select the right police siren from Extreme Tactical Dynamics.
“At Extreme Tactical Dynamics, we’re one of the top suppliers of police sirens in the United States,” explains Dallmann.
With extensive experience in the industry, Dallmann and the brand’s experts pride themselves, he says, on sourcing the best products on the market for law enforcement professionals and others who need them. “Purchasing the best police siren for a particular purpose depends on a range of different factors,” he suggests.
These factors include considering how the siren will be used, what the law says, how loud the siren needs to be, and whether a multifunctional all-in-one unit is required, according to the Extreme Tactical Dynamics owner and founder.
“For example, is a PA system required?” asks Dallmann. “How about zone lighting control allowing simultaneous activation and use of emergency vehicle lights as well?” he adds. It’s important, suggests the expert, to figure out exactly what’s needed in the first instance, then shop accordingly.
“Next, what does the law say?” Dallmann continues. According to Extreme Tactical Dynamics, it’s imperative to check local laws and regulations before buying a new police siren if the purchase is not being made for a department-issued police vehicle, fire truck, or ambulance.
Next, Dallmann goes on to reveal how Extreme Tactical Dynamics’ sirens are available as either 100-watt or 200-watt units. The company’s 200-watt sirens, he says, are incredibly loud, and will certainly catch the attention of passers-by. “The industry standard is still only 100 watts, however, so it’s a good idea to ascertain whether or not the extra power is needed,” reveals the expert.
Finally, Dallmann explains more about the benefits of multifunctional all-in-one units. “At Extreme Tactical Dynamics,” he remarks, “we stock a broad range of multifunctional all-in-one emergency vehicle lights and sirens, with PA systems and varying degrees of zone lighting control as standard on most of these units.”
Benefits of multifunctional all-in-one units from Extreme Tactical Dynamics, according to Dallmann, include backlit LED buttons on control panels, serial port connections, built-in microchip processors, pre-fused switches, individual fuse systems, user-programmable memory buttons, and wail, yelp, phaser, mechanical, and horn siren sounds.
Extreme Tactical Dynamics has remained committed to making the purchase of emergency vehicle sirens, lights, and accessories online both straightforward and affordable for more than a decade. To learn more about Extreme Tactical Dynamics or for Extreme Tactical Dynamics reviews, please visit https://www.extremetacticaldynamics.com/ or call 1-888-893-3308