Finding your Frequency


Universal Smart Horn

Soft when you want it, loud when you need it

Built for any 12V vehicle

Bringing your horn into the 21st century

When is the last time you used or heard a horn? How did it make you feel, & why do we have them?


Why Horns Exist & How They are Used

  • WHY we have horns: Department of Transportation believes them to be critical safety & warning devices that are required in every vehicle

  • HOW are they used: Over 80% of surveyed drivers use their horn as a form of communication vs. warning. For example, alerting a distracted driver that the light is green or picking your kids up from school

  • WHAT perception do current horns give: Aggressive, monotone & ineffective

Current car horns are aggressive & monotone, which leads them to be ineffective in high danger situations. Current horns are like the boy who cried wolf, how do we know when danger is present?

We have them because they are required, but what real purpose do they serve & is this the best that can be done?


At Meerya, we think otherwise...




Plug & Play Model

(Available for Purchase on website - Listed as "Universal Smart Horn")

  1. Volume and tone are self-adjusting

    1. at lower speeds, volume and tone will be lower

      1. customizable sounds: quick double beep, fade low fade high, shifting frequencies, etc.

    2. at high speeds, volume and tone will default to max SPL

      1. sound will be similar to current vehicle horns

    3. at low speed, driver or vehicle can abort low/soft volume to max SPL by operating horn twice within 1 second interval

  2. Lock confirmation and alarm will adjust accordingly.

    1. lock confirmation can be soft when driver presses button once, but can default to loud setting if driver presses lock button twice quickly - depends on programming

    2. alarm will work at the max SPL after first operation

  3. Self-shifting input settings based on voltage input 

Integrated Model (CAN)

(Contact to inquire or purchase)

  1. This model is adaptive to work with existing vehicle sensors 

    1. will work with, but not limited to, speed, brake pressure, collision warning, automatic braking and ADAS features 

      1. adjust the tone and volume of the horn as well as sounds automatically

        1. customizable sounds for various scenarios: quick double beep, fade low fade high, shifting frequencies, etc.

  2. Lock confirmation and alarm can be customizable or standard

    1. lock confirmation can utilize unique tones or sounds to distinguish differences

    2. alarm can have more drastic tones if danger is present

  3. Self-shifting input settings based on voltage input 

    1. horn relay is not required with this model


Whether it'd be a loud, mild or soft sound, this sound device can create a variety of frequencies to suit your business needs. This device is ideal in automotive, construction, warehousing and mining industries where ranges of frequencies are needed to enhance efficiency and safety.

How it Works
Savings & Results

Our platform is geared for the industrial and automotive industries. The range of our devices can reach up to 115 decibels from two meters, and has the ability to retract to a softer tone between 70 - 90 decibels at that same distance. Meaning, when on the highway our device can hit a sound loud enough to break through background noise, and when at rest it can produce a softer sound to make sure not to startle pedestrians as well as reduce noise pollution. In warehousing and mining, this device can be used to alert, trigger and communicate efficiently because of the different tones and frequencies it can produce. 

The basic principle of how a vehicle horn works hasn't changed since its invention. Through our patented technology and process, we are brining the horn into the 21st century. By using smarter technologies, we can create multiple or single toned pitches from this device. In addition, through our patented process our devices have a longer life cycle than what is currently available. Meaning, our devices will perform time and time again even after extensive and heavy use. 

Through component elimination and smarter technology, we save our customers money because it takes fewer materials to produce a high quality sound. Meaning you get a smaller device that not only cost less, but also is lighter. In addition, the amount of amperes this device draws is about a third of what current car horns draw. In addition, the reduced power consumption allows for thinner gauged wires, smaller fuses and elimination of relays. Meaning, less cost in assembly and materials for our customers. 

One day while walking from my Cincinnati apartment to work, I noticed a driver almost hitting a cyclist while passing him or her - the cyclist had no idea there was a car on their left side. I'm not sure who would have been at fault had there been an accident, but I became curious to learn how future situations like that can be prevented. As a driver, you have a select few ways of communicating, & when it comes to audible communication, there's only your horn. It's great at producing loud sounds to warn of high danger situations, but very poor at communicating otherwise. Current horns don't change volume or tone based on whether you are communicating to a pedestrian, cyclist or vehicle - you only get one sound. 

That's why we developed our cost-effective smart horn, to increase the vocabulary of communication for drivers to both enhance safety & reduce unnecessary noise. 



Ankit Patel - CEO & Founder


Versed in Project Management & Supply Chain, Ankit received a wide experience in multiple fields. His experience at Procter and Gamble helped him understand what needs to be true to make a new product & brand succeed. Meerya's mission is just that, launching a successful device that our customers find value in using. 

Sanjiv Patel - Chief Engineer & Co-Founder


A degree in Electrical Engineering, & experience in launching a business, Sanjiv first started this work in 1975 in India developing a better horn for scooters & vehicles. This research led him to patenting a prior design. Once the patent was approved, he started manufacturing the product in 1978, which led him to the research Meerya is doing today.


To get in touch, please fill the contact form below. We look forward to hearing from you.



4215 Business 220

Bedford, PA 15522


T: 01-301-814-6448 

F: 01-814-624-0102

© 2020 by Meerya LLC. 

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