WR 300 All Hazard
Midland S.A.M.E. Weather / Civil Emergency Alert / AM/FM/Clock Radio
 
 
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THE ULTIMATE IN WEATHER / ALL ALERT RADIOS
The Midland WR-300 Weather Alert Radio is the most advanced weather alert radio with the latest in electronic and signal processing technology available today. Designed for use when advance warning needs require the absolute highest quality, dependability and performance.
 
Widely in use today in Hospital Emergency Rooms, 911 Call Centers, Sky Watch Groups, Fire and Police Department central dispatch offices, Train & Subway control stations, Schools & School Bus Garage offices, Trucking & Courier dispatchers, Ski Rescue Teams, Beaches, Locks & Waterway controllers, Forest and Park lookout stations, and many other business and emergency offices that require dependable early warning.
 
GENERAL
All Hazards/Weather Emergency Alert Radios are special receivers that tune to the 24/7 broadcasts issued by the National Weather Service.
This alert radio is also compatible with the new AMBER ALERT system used today.

These broadcasts can be received up to 50 miles from any NOAA transmitter, and the radios can be easily tuned to find the clearest signal nearest to the user’s location.

Midland All Hazard/Alert Weather Radios
have an innovative automatic alert system. In the event of special warning broadcasts, the radio is automatically activated when the unit is in silent standby mode along with a loud tone, a flashing red LED indicator, and an “alert” message in the LCD.
 
PRODUCT FEATURES
- New!!!
- All Weather/Hazards alert radio
- Digital PLL tuning
- S.A.M.E. localized reception
- 30 programmable county codes
- Date, Time & Alarm clock.
- Built in AM/FM Digital Radio
- Auto Switch from AM/FM to All Hazard Alerts
- 10 memory alert
- Add/Edit/Remove unwanted alerts.
- Uses 4 AA Batteries (not included)
- Ac Wall Adapter included
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SPECIFICATIONS
Specifications are nominal and subject to change.
GENERAL
Frequency Range AM 520-1710KHz
FM 87.5-108.5MHz
WX 162MHz
(162.4O, 162.425, 162.45, 162.475, 162.50, 162.525,
162.55MHz)
Number of WX Channels …………….7
Input Voltage .........................................9-14 Volts DC
Dimensions ….. 180MM W x 65MM H x 140MM D
(7 1/8 x 2 1/2 x 5 1/2 in.)
RECEIVER
20 dB Quieting Sensitivity…………...…..0.5 uV
FIPS Code Sensitivity @5kHz Dev..…….0.5uV
Channel Selectivity ………..................25kHz, 60dB
Speaker Impedance ……………......…..8 ohms
Power Output @10%THD........................250 mW max.
EXT. ALERT OUTPUT
Sinking Current………………………200mA DC max.
States…….Alarm: pull down,……Normal: open
 
Specifications are typical; individual units might vary.
Specifications are subject to change and improvement without notice.
 

WEATHER INFORMATION AND NOAA

WHAT IS S.A.M.E.?


Specific
Area
Message
Encoding

S.A.M.E. -  Is a feature in MIDLAND Weather Radios that allows you to program in your county code or counties codes.  This will eliminate any Alerts that are not within your programmed Specific Area.  For example, if you only want to be informed for alerts within your county just program in your county code.  But, if you want to be informed about counties that are North, South, East and West of you, you can do so.

Look at the image on the right.
 


TYPES OF ALERTS


EAS Event (NWR-SAME) Codes

Weather-Related Events

NWR-SAME Code

Status

Blizzard Warning

BZW

Operational

Coastal Flood Watch

CFA

NWS implementation June 30, 2004

Coastal Flood Warning

CFW

NWS implementation June 30, 2004

Dust Storm Warning

DSW

NWS implementation June 30, 2004

Flash Flood Watch

FFA

Operational

Flash Flood Warning

FFW

Operational

Flash Flood Statement

FFS

Operational

Flood Watch

FLA

Operational

Flood Warning

FLW

Operational

Flood Statement

FLS

Operational

High Wind Watch

HWA

Operational

High Wind Warning

HWW

Operational

Hurricane Watch

HUA

Operational

Hurricane Warning

HUW

Operational

Hurricane Statement

HLS

Operational

Severe Thunderstorm Watch

SVA

Operational

Severe Thunderstorm Warning

SVR

Operational

Severe Weather Statement

SVS

Operational

Special Marine Warning

SMW

NWS implementation June 30, 2004

Special Weather Statement

SPS

Operational

Tornado Watch

TOA

Operational

Tornado Warning

TOR

Operational

Tropical Storm Watch

TRA

NWS implementation June 30, 2004

Tropical Storm Warning

TRW

NWS implementation June 30, 2004

Tsunami Watch

TSA

Operational

Tsunami Warning

TSW

Operational

Winter Storm Watch

WSA

Operational

Winter Storm Warning

WSW

Operational

 
 
Non-Weather-Related Events

NWR-SAME Code

Status

National Codes-Required    
Emergency Action Notification

EAN

Operational

Emergency Action Termination

EAT

Operational

National Information Center

NIC

Operational

State and Local Codes-optional    
Avalanche Watch

AVA

NWS implementation June 30, 2004

Avalanche Warning

AVW

NWS implementation June 30, 2004

Child Abduction Emergency

CAE

NWS implementation June 30, 2004

Civil Danger Warning

CDW

NWS implementation June 30, 2004

Civil Emergency Message

CEM

Operational

Earthquake Warning

EQW

NWS implementation June 30, 2004

Evacuation Immediate

EVI

Operational

Fire Warning

FRW

NWS implementation June 30, 2004

Hazardous Materials Warning

HMW

NWS implementation June 30, 2004

Law Enforcement Warning

LEW

NWS implementation June 30, 2004

Local Area Emergency

LAE

NWS implementation June 30, 2004

911 Telephone Outage Emergency

TOE

NWS implementation June 30, 2004

Nuclear Power Plant Warning

NUW

NWS implementation June 30, 2004

Radiological Hazard Warning

RHW

NWS implementation June 30, 2004

Shelter in Place Warning

SPW

NWS implementation June 30, 2004

Volcano Warning

VOW

NWS implementation June 30, 2004

 
Administrative Events

NWR-SAME Code

Status

Administrative Message

ADR

Operational

National Periodic Test

NPT

Operational

Network Message Notification

NMN

NWS implementation June 30, 2004

Practice/Demo Warning

DMO

Operational

Required Monthly Test

RMT

Operational

Required Weekly Test

RWT

Operational

A WARNING is an event that alone poses a significant threat to public safety and/or property, probability of occurrence and location is high, and the onset time is relatively short.

A WATCH meets the classification of a warning, but either the onset time, probability of occurrence, or location is uncertain.

An EMERGENCY is an event that, by itself, would not kill or injure or do property damage, but indirectly may cause other things to happen that result in a hazard. For example, a major power or telephone loss in a large city alone is not a direct hazard, but disruption to other critical services could create a variety of conditions that could directly threaten public safety.

A STATEMENT is a message containing follow up information to a warning, watch, or emergency.

 
 
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