LED series expanded for ceiling models

The Wheelock Exceder LED Series has been expanded to include ceiling models for horns, horn strobes, strobes, speakers, and speaker strobes and are designed to help reduce overall costs in fire alarm and emergency communication systems.

08/22/2014


The Wheelock Exceder LED Series has been expanded to include ceiling models for horns, horn strobes, strobes, speakers and speaker strobes and are designed to help reduce overall costs in fire alarm and emergency communication systems. Courtesy: Eaton CooEaton's Wheelock Exceder LED Series has been expanded to include ceiling models for horns, horn strobes, strobes, speakers, and speaker strobes. The Wheelock Exceder Series utilizes LEDs as the strobe light source to help reduce overall costs in fire alarm and emergency communication systems. The series includes dual voltage, five field-selectable tap settings for speaker models and multiple audible settings for horn models, field-selectable candela (cd) settings, and mounting options for both new and retrofit construction. The Exceder LED speaker and speaker strobe models feature the widest frequency response range in the industry spanning 300 to 8,000 Hz, which makes it useful for mass notification applications.

Eaton's Cooper Notification Business

www.coopernotification.com 



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