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BEACONS BOAST MULTIPLE APPROVALS

10-05-2019
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The latest additions to the E2S Warning Signals D1x family from Mechtric are the D1xB2 beacons, which are SIL1 and SIL 2 compliant units with a choice of xenon or LED light sources.

Strobes are offered in 5, 10, 15 or 21J xenon variants with four flash rate options, and are approved for private mode fire alarm use to UL1638. The high-power LED array features a steady mode for status applications, five flash patterns and three remotely selectable alarm stages/channels.

The beacons are UL/cUL and ULC approved for use in Class I/II Division 1, Zone 1 and Zone 21 explosion proof environments and IECEx and ATEX certified for Zone 1 and 21 applications, making them a truly global solution.

The UV stable polycarbonate lens filters, protected by a stainless-steel guard, are available in amber, blue, clear, green, magenta, red and yellow. The lens design enhances the light output and is field replaceable, enabling beacons to be repurposed on site.

The lightweight marine-grade aluminium corrosion-resistant enclosure can be either conduit or surface mounted, using the built-in mounting lugs. An optional stainless-steel mounting bracket is available providing fully adjustable positioning in any direction.

Mechtric
1800 252 995
www.mechtric.com.au

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