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Sound Emitting Signal Light Aims To Enhance Security

Transducers USA, a supplier of audible signal devices, has announced the addition of a plastic warning indicator to its Tonelight Series. This panel-mounted device is ideal for use as a warning indicator, which delivers both an audible and visual warning signal, especially helpful when a large amount of ambient noise is present. The unique feature of the TRIP-LB200P Tonelight Model is the independent control of the two indicators. A PLC pulses the flashing LEDs and the beeping frequency of each circuit independently.

Typical applications for Tonelight indicators include most general alarm or notification applications:

  • Alarms of all types
  • Low-voltage
  • Low-pressure
  • High-radiation
  • Tank-full
  • Dangerous Condition
  • High-temperature
  • LIQUID Detector

The TRIP-LB200P Tonelight model is IP50 rated. Beepers emit at >80 dB at 10 cm. Lens color options include red (standard); optional colors include green, yellow, orange, blue and white. These warning indicators utilize standard 22mm panel mounting (only one panel hole needed for both signals). The voltage operation for this model can include 6, 12, 24, 36 & 48VDC and 110 & 220VAC.

A NEW Tonelight is being offered that has four terminals that can be utilized to actuate the LED light and/or the audio alarm in separate modes, allowing a delay on either output. The unit has a four-position terminal block. Two terminals for the RED LED and 2 terminals for the AUDIO ALARM. With this type of actuation, either the LED or the alarm can be sequenced from an outside control circuit.

Contact FacilitiesNet Editorial Staff »   posted on: 1/3/2019

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