Colored explosion-proof signal light with an audible horn

EPL-TL-1X10W-C-PA LED signal light is a Class 1 Division 1 and Class 2 Division 1 LED signal light equipped with an audible horn and approved for use in hazardous environments.

08/22/2016


EPL-TL-1X10W-C-PA LED signal light is a Class 1 Division 1 and Class 2 Division 1 LED signal light equipped with an audible horn and approved for use in hazardous environments. Courtesy: Larson ElectronicsLarson Electronics' EPL-TL-1X10W-C-PA LED signal light is a Class 1 Division 1 and Class 2 Division 1 LED signal light equipped with an audible horn and approved for use in hazardous environments. This signal light is equipped with a single 10 W LED lamp that produces an optional color output. It can be configured to operate on a steady burn or strobe and each LED lamp offers a 1,050 lumen output. The explosion-proof audible alarm setup sounds a tone per the user setting. Wiring is made through a ¾ in NPT conduit access hub and can be configured to work on 120 or 240 Vac.

Larson Electronics

www.Larsonelectronics.com 



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