LED low frequency sounder line

The Wheelock Exceder LED low frequency sounder feature multiple 520 Hz modes of operation, including T3, T4, Continuous and T3/T4 and meet NFPA standards for fire alarm and carbon monoxide code requirements.

06/18/2014


The Wheelock Exceder LED low frequency sounder feature multiple 520 Hz modes of operation, including T3, T4, Continuous and T3/T4 and meet NFPA standards for fire alarm and carbon monoxide code requirements. Courtesy: Eaton Cooper NotificationEaton Cooper Notification's Wheelock Exceder LED low-frequency sounder line are designed to meet both the NFPA's fire alarm and carbon monoxide 520 Hz code requirements for sleeping areas. The Exceder LED low-frequency sounder strobes and sounders feature multiple 520 Hz modes of operation, including T3, T4, Continuous, and T3/T4. When the device is set to T3/T4, the appliance can switch from T3 to T4 based upon the condition sensed by the fire alarm control panel. The strobes use an LED as the light source and all strobe models include a 110 candela setting.

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