How to Install a Cattle Siren

by Anthony Fairchild on 11/19/16 12:47 PM

cattle_sirens_two.jpgThe PIERCE Cattle Siren is easily mounted to your car, truck, SUV, ATV, UTV or tractor (not recommended for bicycles ;). This handy siren does the work of calling in cattle for feeding time.

How to Install a Cattle Siren:

1. Keep the PIERCE cattle calling siren away from tires. During rain the tires kick up water and may damage the siren.

2. Mount it away from places where low lying trees or brush could damage it.

2. Ideally mount the siren to any flat surface. For example, the headache rack or in the engine bay compartment.

3. The livestock siren can be mounted using ¼” bolts or #10 self tapping screws.

 

4. Bolt or screw through the mount to the surface you are attaching the siren to.

 

How to Wire a Cattle Siren:

 

Heavy Duty Cattle Siren (PCH324) 

1. Run the blue wire to the negative side of the battery.

2. Run the red wire to a switch in the dash.  

3. Run a 12v+ with inline 40 amp fuse from the battery to the other side of the switch in the dash.

 

Standard Cattle Siren (PS092BE)  

1. Run the black wire to the negative side of the battery.

2. Run the red wire to a switch in the dash. 

3.Run a 12v+ with inline 40 amp fuse from the battery to the other side of the switch in the dash.

 

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Anthony Fairchild, PIERCE Technical Service Manager

phone: 800-658-6301 email: anthony@piercearrowinc.com

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This post was written by Anthony Fairchild

I'm the technical service manager at Pierce.