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UBL Handheld Siren and Controller
Whelen HHS 3200 Handheld Siren
Feniex Typhoon Handheld Siren
Feniex Typhoon Full Function Siren
UBL 100W Rotary Siren
Feniex Storm Pro 100W Siren
Feniex Storm Pro 200W Siren
Whelen Full Function Siren & Heavy-Duty Microphone
Whelen Air Horn Plus Public Address Siren
Feniex Hammer Siren
Whelen Howler Low-Frequency Siren Set with Amplifier
Whelen Siren Amplifier w/17 Scan-Lock Siren Tones
Feniex Shield Back Up Alarm
Feniex Titan 30W Siren
Feniex Feniex Titan 30W Siren

Where to Find Police Sirens for Sale 

At Ultra Bright Lightz, we offer a wide variety of emergency vehicle sirens for sale. Whatever you need, we have them in stock and ready to ship. 

If you need help selecting the right siren for your vehicle, feel free to reach out to us. Our customer service team is always here to help you find the right siren for your vehicle, budget, and needs. 

Why Get a Police Siren? 

Police sirens are more than just noise: they are a means of communication. They are used to alert traffic and pedestrians that an emergency situation is occurring and to make sure everyone is paying attention. They exist for the safety of everyone on the road and help protect the public and emergency personnel.

Police Siren Sounds 

Police sirens come in a variety of sounds. Some of the most popular include: 


The wail is the most common siren sound used by police vehicles. It consists of a series of alternating tones that rise and fall. Its purpose is to notify drivers of an approaching emergency vehicle and prompt them to make way for it.


The yelp is a shorter and more piercing siren sound produced by a single tone. Emergency vehicle drivers use this sound to swiftly capture the attention of drivers and pedestrians in urgent situations.


The Hi-Lo siren sound combines elements of both the wail and yelp sounds. By incorporating a fluctuation between rising and falling tones, it serves as an even more intensified auditory signal. The Hi-Lo sound effectively communicates urgency while also giving drivers and pedestrians a clear indication of the direction from which the emergency vehicle is approaching.


The airhorn is a powerful and loud horn-like sound used to grab immediate attention from drivers and pedestrians in highly urgent scenarios. Typically, the airhorn is utilized in conjunction with other siren sounds to create a more forceful and attention-grabbing warning.

Other Sirens

In addition to these four main types of siren sounds, there are a number of other variations that are used by police and other emergency vehicles. These variations may include different tones, pitches, and rhythms. The specific siren sound used will vary depending on the jurisdiction and the type of emergency vehicle.

Types of Police Sirens 

Police sirens are a vital tool for emergency vehicles to effectively communicate with drivers and pedestrians. Not only do they grab attention, but they also provide important information about the situation that is unfolding. From wail tones to air horns, there are several different types of police sirens available to suit a variety of scenarios.

Electronic Sirens 

Electronic police sirens, also known as electronic signaling devices or electronic sounders, are sirens that generate sound using electronic components. These sirens typically consist of a speaker or multiple speakers, an amplifier, and a control unit. 

The control unit is responsible for producing various siren tones, such as wailing, yelp, or phaser, by manipulating the electrical signals sent to the speakers. Electronic sirens are commonly used in modern emergency vehicles, including police cars, ambulances, and fire trucks.


A megaphone, or bullhorn, is a portable device that amplifies sound, commonly used by police and other law enforcement personnel to communicate with the public in situations where a greater reach is necessary. Megaphones are often used in crowd control scenarios.

Other Emergency Vehicle Sirens

With a variety of tones and siren sounds available, many of the sirens we carry can be used in other emergency vehicles like ambulances and fire trucks. However, we recommend that you check the compatibility of the siren with your specific vehicle before purchasing.

Equip Your Police Car Today! 

Police sirens are an essential part of keeping our roads safe. Make sure you have a clear path in an emergency situation with a loud siren that gets drivers’ attention.

We also offer roof mounted lights, PA systems, and other emergency vehicle accessories so you can fully equip your police car. No matter what equipment you need, Ultra Bright Lightz can help you get the distinct tone you need.

More Information About Sirens

Sirens for police vehicles, ambulances, and fire trucks are a critical part of public safety. In order for them to be effective, people need to know how to react and whether or not they can utilize sirens for their own vehicles. 

How to Respond to Police Sirens 

When you hear the sound of a police siren, it's important to know how to properly respond. Depending on the particular situation, you may need to pull over or move out of the way and yield right-of-way to the emergency vehicle.

It is also important to remember that, when an emergency vehicle is approaching with its lights and sirens activated, you should stay out of the way and not try to outrace it. Doing so can result in a traffic violation.

Police sirens may be used for non-emergency situations as well, such as when an officer needs to escort a funeral procession or travel through a congested area. Drivers and pedestrians should always respond calmly regardless of the situation.

Who Can Use Police Sirens?

Generally, only emergency vehicles such as police cars, ambulances, and fire trucks are allowed to use sirens. In some jurisdictions, the use of such sirens may be restricted to authorized personnel only. Additionally, there may be laws or regulations governing the type of siren and its operation in a specific area. Similar restrictions often apply to emergency vehicle lights, as well.

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