Latest audible and visual signalling for fire at NFPA
23 May 2016
E2S Warning Signals is exhibiting at the NFPA Show from the 13-15 June in Las Vegas, Booth 1059, showcasing selected products from its certified product portfolio.
The D1x family of Class I & II Division 1 signals from E2S offer high performance audio-visual warning in the most hazardous of environments. The D1xS alarm horns are UL and cUL marked, suitable for use as public mode fire alarm and also approved for Zone 1 and Zone 20 applications. With sound output levels up to 116dB(A) the horns contain 64 different alarm tone patterns and four remotely selectable stages/channels enabling multiple notifications from a single device. The D1xC combined alarm horns and Xenon beacons are similarly approved for fire alarm use – the horn as public mode and the Xenon light as private mode.
Employing enclosures manufactured from marine grade LM6 aluminium the audible alarms can be configured with a traditional flare horn or an omnidirectional radial horn. The Xenon beacon component is available in either 5 or 10 Joule variants.
The D2x family of compact alarm horns and combination horns with Xenon lights offer system designers one device, globally certified: NEC/CEC CI D2 and CII D2; NEC CI Zone 2 and Zone 22; CEC Zone 2 & 22 and CII D2, ATEX, IECEx Zone 2 & 22. Now also UL & cUL certified for fire alarm use – the horn as public mode and the Xenon light as private mode. The D2x signals contain the advanced technology featured in the Class I Div 1 D1x family but in an ultra-compact 11 x 6” footprint.
For industrial fire protection system designers, the new ML15 and ML25 speakers are UL & cUL approved for fire alarm & emergency and professional & commercial use in the US and Canada. Available in 15W and 25W versions the 70V line speakers use lightweight, high impact ABS, Type 4/4X enclosures and stainless steel accessories to provide a robust solution for harsh environments systems.
The booth will be managed by directors Brett Isard and John Rattlidge.
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