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bell sqwawk

Norwegian translation: klokkelyder, klokkesignal

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02:50 Nov 24, 2008
English to Norwegian translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Electronics / Elect Eng / Safety equipment
English term or phrase: bell sqwawk
The siren is capable of sounding different alarm cadences (e.g., continuous burglary, pulsating fire (used in Canada), or temporal three fire (used in USA)), bell squawks, and buzzer tones to suit the type of command it receives.
Erling Dugan
United States
Local time: 13:23
Norwegian translation:klokkelyder, klokkesignal
Explanation:
Eller rett og slett "alarmklokke", avhengig av hvordan du bygger opp setningen.
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Frode Aleksandersen
Norway
Local time: 22:23
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3 +1klokkelyder, klokkesignal
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klokkelyder, klokkesignal


Explanation:
Eller rett og slett "alarmklokke", avhengig av hvordan du bygger opp setningen.

Frode Aleksandersen
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Local time: 22:23
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agree  NO-EN-DE: "klokkealarm" (i likhet med "siren squawk" som "sirenealarm")
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