The powerful new S-1000 beacon/strobe from Code Blue Corporation strengthens our commitment to security by shining even brighter as a beacon of safety for those in need, even in intense sunlight. The energy efficient light is one of the brightest on the market at 270 lumens/92 candela and eliminates the need for ambient light checks.
The S-1000 Code Blue combination blue beacon/strobe provides a highly visual constant LED beacon and a powerful activated strobe for rapid recognition of the unit location. It has 21 programmable flash modes with a flash rate of up to 375 flashes per minute. The LED lights have a 5-7 year life expectancy and eliminate the need for costly maintenance and bulb replacement.
Also available is the S-1050, the photocell version of the LED strobe so light levels can be adjusted throughout the day to conserve power for units with the NightCharge® and Solar Array Module options.
Operating temperatures: -40°F to +158°F (-40°C to +70°C)
NEMA Enclosure: Type 4X rated
Voltage: 12-24V AC or DC
Max Power Consumption at 77°F (12V DC 0.24 A) (24 V AC 0.22 A)
5.1" high and 5.5" diameter
Suitable for indoor or outdoor use
Polycarbonate refractor with prismatic design to distribute light in a horizontal pattern
Easily integrates with any Code Blue emergency phone to flash upon contact closure
The S-1050 LED Beacon has two built-in photo response features: (a) dawn/dusk transition delay of 15-30 minutes and (b) transient light acknowledgement delay of at least three minutes
Name: Code Blue 40011 Strobe LED S-1000 WM180 Kit with Hardware, Code Blue Corporation, Code Blue
Category: Code Blue, Communications, Emergency Communications, Security Strobe Lights
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