116 Class Diode Polarized Fire Alarm Strobe
Edwards Explosionproof AdaptaBeacon Strobe Lights are designed for installation in hazardous location environments. Rigid specifications and state-of-the-art technology provide for high visual output and low maintenance. Powder coat epoxy finished gray.
Each explosionproof strobe is UL Listed for Type 3R and Type 4X installations. The units contain a supervisory diode and four wire leads, for use in fire alarm applications. This strobe, when pendant, wall or ceiling mounted, is also UL 1971 Listed (ADA) for indoor visual signaling applications for the hearing impaired in non-sleeping areas. Stanchion mounted models are UL 1638 Listed for Private Mode Emergency Signaling.
The Edwards 116DEXSTC-FJ Hazardous Location Supervised AdaptaBeacon Strobe Light is designed for use in compatible fire alarm systems and other applications requiring electrical supervision of signaling circuit field wiring.
- Bracket, ceiling, pendant or stanchion mount
- Diode polarized for use in electronically supervised circuits
- High impact glass dome
- 65 flashes per minute
- For use in fire alarm systems
- Factory sealed - no external seals required
- Quick connect - threads onto mounting module for easy installation
- Shock absorbing receptacle
- Easy to assemble & relamp
- Gaskets seal out dirt & moisture
- Epoxy powder coat for corrosion resistance
116 Genesis Series Explosionproof Fire Alarm Strobe
The 116DEGEX-FJ is a regulated 24 volt, explosionproof fire alarm strobe that can be synchronized when connected to compatible Kidde fire alarm panels and power supplies or with the use of a separate synchronization module.
The strobe is UL1971 listed with a 125cd ceiling rating and a 60cd wall rating. The strobe has a Class I, Division 1, Groups C & D, Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, and D, Class II, Division 1, Groups E, F and G, Class II, Division 2, Groups F and G, and Class III Division 1 and 2 hazardous locations. The strobe is also cUL Listed as a Type 3R and 4X enclosure.
The beacon can be wall, ceiling, or pendant mounted with the addition of separate mounting hardware.