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1910 Series Electric Horns

Schlage 1910 Series electric horns are used as a warning device that can be integrated into building management systems for general alarm purposes or connected to specific entries to signal an open door.


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Electronic horns are designed for use as an immediate local audible warning device incorporated in a security system. The 1910 celica horns have six combinations of volume using continuous or intermittent tone that are easy to configure. Horn, strobe, and latching capable models are available. Latching models can be set up to sound when a door latchbolt retracts or the door opens.

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  • Latching models alarm upon the latch release or opening of a connected door
  • Audible warning has six combinations of volume using intermittent or continuous tone with loudest tested to 102 dba
  • Strobe option adds visual warning indication



  • Intended for indoor use only
  • Flush mount to wall over a standard one- or two-gang electrical box
  • Surface mount using pull through wiring and the backbox kit included with the product



  • Horn shell and trim skirt in off-white 
  • Unit dimensions: 4-3/4"W x 5-1/2"H


  • 1910-1: 12/24 VDC horn
  • 1910S-1: 24 VDC horn with strobe
  • L1910-1: 24 VDC horn with latching
  • L1910S-1: 24 VDC horn with strobe and latching


Power requirements

  • Less than 14 mA @ 12 VDC
  • Less than 28 mA @ 24 VDC
  • Less than 71 mA @ 24 VDC with strobe


Installation options

  • Operating temperature: 32°F to 120°F
  • Anechoic chamber tested @30 V 102 dba
  • UL reverberant room tested @30 V 88 dba


Additional information

  • UL294 and UL1034 Listed

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Did You Know?

Walter Schlage patented the first “smart home” device in 1909—a door lock that also turned the home’s lights on and off.

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