LED technology plays a key role in hazardous location warning signals

24th July 2017
Posted By : Joe Bush
LED technology plays a key role in hazardous location warning signals

This year’s Offshore Europe Aberdeen conference, held from the 5th to the 8th of September, will see E2S Warning Signals exhibit its range of alarm horn sounders, beacons, loudspeakers and call points.

The E2S stand will be displaying key examples of its hazardous area product range. These include the corrosion-proof GRP enclosure GNEx family and the 316L stainless steel enclosure STEx family. Both families feature alarm horn sounders, loudspeakers, beacons and manual call points. Common to both are the Xenon beacons and innovative LED variants.

he GNExLD2 and STExLD2 LED beacons offer multiple flash modes with high and low power steady modes ensuring suitability for both warning and status indication. Using an array of Cree LEDs they are now considered to be a genuine replacement for traditional Xenon beacons - offering an operating current of just 110mA, low inrush, an LED life of over 60,000 hours and effective light output of 338 candelas.

Visitors will also be able to see the latest addition to the BEx family of IECEx, ATEX, Ex EAC and INMETRO certified signals. The BExBGLD2 LED beacon and BExCS110-LD2 combination alarm horn and LED beacon brings the latest E2S LED visual signalling technology to this range.


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