Warning Beacon utilizes array of 24 LEDs as light source.

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Measuring 86 x 86 mm, Model L101H is suitable for fire, security, industrial control, and general signaling applications. Unit is available with or without mounting lugs, and can be stacked to create multi-signal arrays or used in conjunction with sounders for audible-visual warning. Powered from 10-30 Vdc or 90-260 Vac/dc, beacon comes with amber, blue, green, red, or white LEDs and clear lens. Housing is molded in RAL 7038 grey, RAL 3000 red, or white flame-retardant ABS and sealed to IP66.

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High Output LED Array Warning Beacon

E2S, the leading European manufacturer of audible and visual warning devices, has announced the latest version of its well-established L101 family of physically compact 86 x 86mm beacons, the L101H. Featuring an array of 24 high output LEDs as the light source, the robust L101H is ideal for fire, security, industrial control and general signalling applications. The versatile unit is available with or without mounting lugs, it can be stacked to create multi-signal arrays and it can used in conjunction with the company's SONFL1 and the A100 sounders to make combined audible-visual warning devices. Steady or flashing output is a user-selectable onboard option.

Available with Amber, Blue, Green, Red and White LED arrays, all versions have a clear lens to maximise output, enabling the units to provide an effective signal when installed in high ambient light areas; the White unit has a luminous intensity of 120 Candela. The devices are powered from either 10 - 30 VDC or 90 - 260 VAC/DC, giving outstanding versatility in the field.

The housings are moulded in either RAL 7038 grey, RAL 3000 red or white flame retardant ABS and the units are sealed to IP66, enabling them to be installed in harsh environments.

E2S is the world's leading independent signalling manufacturer. Based in West London, England the company designs and manufactures a comprehensive range of signalling products for industrial, marine and hazardous area environments.

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