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Tower Light, 40mm, Steady, Flash, Red
- Item # 34D594
- Mfr. Model # XVC4M15S
- UNSPSC # 39112001
- Catalog Page # 369
- Shipping Weight 2.15 lbs.
- Item Tower Light LED Assembly
- Mode Steady, Flashing with Buzzer
- Color Red
- Flashes per Minute 60
- Lamp Life 100,000 hr.
- Housing Material ABS or PBT + ABS
- Lens Design Cylinder
- Lens Material Polycarbonate
- Sound Level 70 to 85dB
- Mounting Support Tube
- Cord Length 17-3/4"
- Rating IP54
- Operating Temp. -10 to +50 Degrees C
- Standards UL,CSA, CE
- Voltage 100 to 240VAC
- Current Drawn 50mA
- Height 22-5/16"
- Diameter 40mm
- Includes Steel Pole and L-Shaped Bracket
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Also, I am considering using a stack light with:
Red and a buzzer wired to Error, Yellow wired to Warning, and Green wired to Printable. Do you have any stack lights capable of doing this (either on 110/220 VAC or 24 VDC) without pulling more than 50mA from any one of our outputs?
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