Warning Light System indicates heating system failure.

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Independently powered Freeze Flash early warning signal indicates probable failure of heating system that could cause freezing pipes and water damage. Comprised of 5 LED lamps positioned within inner diffusing Fresnel lens with outer protective red dome, it utilizes 2 D-Cell batteries to provide 60 double flashes per min of bright red signal. Adjustable thermostat can be set from 35-60°F, and unit flashes for 400+ hr with alkaline batteries.


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Lumastrobe Visual Freeze Alert Alarm

Lumastrobe Warning Lights has introduced its independently powered Freeze Flash warning light system. This unit is an early warning signal indicating a probable failure of the heating system that could cause freezing pipes and water damage. Utilizing (2) D-Cell batteries, the model LX-5-FA provides 60 double flashes per minute of a bright red signal. It will flash for over 400 hours with a new set of alkaline batteries. Comprised of (5) long life, high output LED lamps positioned within an inner diffusing Fresnel lens with outer protective red dome, the light can be seen over 1/4 mile away. The Freeze Flash comes with an adjustable thermostat that can be set over a range of 35° to 60, F. Since the unit is independent of line (120V) power, simply place the Freeze Flash in a window where it can easily be seen at all times by a neighbor or watchman. If the inside temperature goes down to alarm setting, the red flasher will activate. The unit is 5-1/2" high, 5-1/2" in diameter and weighs 1-1/2 lbs with (2) D-Cell batteries. Ideal for primary home, vacation home, condo or any facility that contains water pipes or property that could be damaged by a freezing situation. One of the largest insurance claim categories is water damage from frozen pipes. For additional information, please contact Lumastrobe Warning Light's Sales Department at: Lumastrobe Warning Lights 33 Greenwood Avenue Midland Park, New Jersey 07432 1-800-775-5862 Website: www.lumastrobe.com E-Mail: info@lumastrobe.com

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