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Tower Light Sounder Tier, 0.150A Current Drawn, ABS + Polycarbonate Housing Material, 50mm Diameter,
- Item # 5GAE9
- Mfr. Model # XVPC09B
- UNSPSC # 46171606
- Catalog Page # 361
- Shipping Weight 0.35 lbs.
- Item Tower Light Sounder Tier
- Color Black
- Sound Level 55 to 85dB
- For Use With Harmony (R) XVP Tower Lights
- Height 5"
- Diameter 50mm
- Housing Material ABS + Polycarbonate
- Operating Temp. -13 to 131 Degrees F
- Standards UL,CSA, CE
- Voltage 24VDC
- Current Drawn 0.150A
- Watts 3.5
- NEMA Rating 4X, 13
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Item # 30EF29Tower Light Sounder Tier, 70mA Current Drawn, PBT and ABS Housing Material, 60mm Diameter, 3.5" HeigSCHNEIDER ELECTRIC
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