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Bright idea: Moflash 80 Series beacons

03-08-2010
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NHP has just released to the market their new range of compact Xenon and LED beacons from Moflash Signalling.

Available in two voltage options (10-100VDC or 85-265VAC) and complete with IP67 as standard, both the 80 series LED/Xenon beacons feature 500mm flying leads for ease of wiring, and include the flexibility to be both flush or twist base mounted for quick installation.

This cutting edge 80 Series of Moflash beacons will provide the market with increased capabilities, and in a move that highlights confidence in this top of the range, high quality product, an NHP three-year manufacturer’s warranty on the LED80 range (subject to standard working conditions) is provided.

“The 80 Series of Moflash beacons are much brighter than that of any comparable XENON or LED beacon in the market - a feature that I’m sure none of our competitors can claim”, said Jon Rodaughan, NHP’s Product Manager - Sight and Sound.

NHP Electrical Engineering Products Pty Ltd
Ph: 03 9429 2999
www.nhp.com.au

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