Robust LED Beacon with metal housing and top cover made from polycarbonate.
these units are made from one solid piece of food grade stainless steel 1.4404
Using multiple beacons to increase visibility, could lead to a inhomogenous blink szenario. Devices with a synchronization input, show a perfect uniform signaling on autonomous vehicles, large machine installations or along protection fences. Sychronization takes place by simply wiring all sync-pins (4, BK) together; no external sync-impulse is required.
Typically, these beacons are supplied with power inputs. A model with power-inputs, is supplied by the input that is used to address the color and blink pattern. Therefore, the control output of the PLC must be able to provide its full operating current.
A model with low-current-inputs, is permanently supplied by pin 1 (BR). The remaining 3V-tolerant inputs are used to select the one of three color and blink patterns. This allows to drive these beacons by self-designed electronics with 3.3 or 5 V outputs.
|Operating Voltage||15 … 35 VDC||Protection Class (without sound)||IP 67|
|Reverse Polarity Protection||built-in||Protection Class (with sound)||IP 67, IP 61 (back side)|
|Power Consumption||~ 2.4 W||Operating Temperature||40 … + 50 °C | -40 … 122 °F|
|Max. Input Current (limited)||< 200 mA||Illuminated Material||Polycarbonate|
|Input Response Time||< 10 ms||Indicator Type||High-Efficient LED|
|Input Threshold (Power)||on = Vcc x 0.6, off = Vcc x 0.4||PWM dimmable||no|
|Input Threshold (Low Current)||on = 2.5 V, off = 1 V||Max. self-generated frequency )*||20 Hz|
|)* only for devices, that do not create their blink pattern by themselves.|