Mass notification strobes

This line includes the SW-ALERT and the SWH-ALERT amber lens strobes for use in mass notification systems as a visible means to indicate non-fire evacuation.

03/03/2008


The System Sensor SpectrAlert Advance line now includes the SW-ALERT and the SWH-ALERT amber lens strobes for use in mass notification systems as a visible means to indicate non-fire evacuation. These strobes are listed in compliance with the ANSI/UL1638 %%MDASSML%% Standard for General Signaling Visible Appliances. The amber lens color is recognized by the Dept. of Defense via the Unified Facilities Criteria document as the visual indicator for mass notification systems in military applications.

The SW-ALERT and SWH-ALERT appliances each use an amber colored lens over a strobe that can be adjusted to 11 different candela settings. The strobe is mounted in a white “ALERT” housing to provide a distinction from the white strobe lights used for fire notifications. These amber lens strobes are compatible with the System Sensor synchronization protocol.





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