Product News: Electrical Equipment & Systems
LED Warning Light suits mining and construction sites.
Press Release Summary:
May 14, 2014 - Available in 12–24 Vdc configuration with universal pedestal mount, Model 527 RED 5 x 10 in. LED Warning Light projects large red Keep Out zone of light onto ground to alert pedestrians and vehicles to stay out of potentially hazardous work areas, such as swinging path of shovel or drag line. Unit is constructed with Xenoy housing and glass lens that withstand harsh environmental conditions. At 15 ft, Model 527 produces intense 322 maximum lux of bright, red light.
Original Press Release
A New Safety Device for Mining and Construction
Press release date: May 2, 2014
Germantown, WI, – J.W. Speaker is proud to announce the Model 527 RED 5" x 10" LED warning light – an innovative solution to the hazards of mining and construction sites.
The Model 527 RED offers a new level of safety to any job site. Studies have shown that the human eye is attracted to light, and that red is one of the most eye-catching colors. With this in mind, the Model 527 RED projects a large red “keep out” zone of light onto the ground to alert pedestrians and vehicles to stay out of potentially hazardous work areas, such as the swinging path of a shovel or drag line.
The Model 527 RED is available in a 12-24V DC configuration with a universal pedestal mount. It is constructed with a tough Xenoy housing and durable glass lens that are built to stand up to harsh environmental conditions. At 15 feet (4.6 meters), it produces an intense 322 maximum lux of bright, red light—ensuring that the “keep out” zone stands out in the dark. The Model 527 RED is backed by J.W. Speaker’s Lifetime Limited Warranty.
To learn more about the Model 527 RED please visit J.W. Speaker’s website: http://www.jwspeaker.com/other/model-527-red-keep-out-zone-warning-light
J.W. Speaker specializes in the design and manufacture of vehicle lighting systems for OEMs and aftermarket applications. For more information, contact J.W. Speaker at 800.558.7288 or firstname.lastname@example.org.