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Panel-mount alarms and round industrial beacons

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article image The beacons are available in red, green, amber, blue, clear and yellow.

ROCKWELL Automation , has released the 855P panel-mount alarms and 855B round industrial beacons. By communicating machine status and emergency conditions they improve operator and plant-floor safety, while helping reduce downtime.

The 855B and 855P families of beacons and panel-mount alarms expand the existing range of Allen-Bradley control tower stack lights providing users with a complete range of visual and audible solutions for any industrial application.

They are IP65 enclosure-rated and can operate in wet, oily, dry or corrosive environments. The Allen-Bradley 855P panel-mount alarms are available in 12V ac/dc, 24V ac/dc, 120V ac and 240V ac voltage levels and can be mounted in standard 22.5mm or 30mm cut-outs. With output levels ranging from 80dB to 105dB at 1m the 855P panel-mount alarms allow users to select the appropriate sound level for the specific application. They also offer tone selection and adjustable volume control for increased user flexibility.

An enclosed shell design with rear-secured access makes the Bulletin 855P modules tamper-resistant and virtually eliminates the potential for unauthorised product removal. With plug-in IP2X finger-safe terminal blocks, the panel-mount alarms offer quick and easy installation.

The Allen-Bradley 855B round industrial beacons are available in 12V ac/dc, 24V ac/dc, 120V ac and 240V ac voltage levels and in 90mm, 120mm and 160mm diameters. They have optically-enhanced lenses for the best possible light dispersion and offer four illumination options: steady halogen, flashing halogen, strobe and rotating halogen. The beacons are available in red, green, amber, blue, clear and yellow.

In areas where visibility may be limited, the round industrial beacons can also be combined with Allen-Bradley 855H industrial horns.

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