Hazardous area integrated warning device assemblies on show at ADIPEC
Oct 21 2019
E2S Warning Signals is featuring its new range of integrated signalling assemblies on Booth 8620, Hall 8 at ADIPEC, 11 – 14 November, Abu Dhabi. Providing system designers and installers with pre-configured solutions, the new E2S range eliminates the associated cost of on-site assembly operations whilst guaranteeing the connections and cabling between devices meet the relevant hazardous area approval requirements and ensuring all signals are fully tested and certified.
Class I/II Div 1 and IECEx/ATEX Zone 1/21 approved signals are available in multiple configurations of up to seven devices. Featuring products from the D1x, GNEx and STEx families with marine grade aluminium, corrosion proof GRP or 316L stainless steel enclosures – a solution for any environment. Status light type configurations of high power LED or Xenon beacons (or a mix of technologies) can be assembled where each device is sealed with a line bushing, the integral cable loom providing one single point of installation either in the last beacon or optionally in a junction box. Lens colours include amber, blue, clear, green, magenta, red and yellow. For complete audio visual signalling the assembly can also feature a multi-stage high output alarm horn with a flare horn or the innovative E2S omni-directional horn.
In Class I/II Div 2 and IECEx/ATEX Zone 2/22 applications the D2x stacks of beacons or beacons with alarm horn sounder, provide compact, yet effective solutions for applications requiring multiple signals. Utilising the integral mechanical connections, the D2x Xenon or LED beacons and alarm horn sounders can be close coupled without the need for back plates - reducing cost and weight.
For applications where system extend into safe areas or for industrial applications E2S can provide similar multi-way units such as the STA alarm horn with strobe or LED combination and the STB Xenon and LED beacon assemblies.
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