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EAO introduces new IP69K series 14 Indicator Compact

05 January 2017

EAO announces the new Series 14 Indicator Compact which features high-intensity, homogenous LED illumination with 180° all-around visibility in a compact, space-saving design.

These units provide safe and reliable status indication for use in a variety of applications such as machinery, industrial automation, robotics and specialty vehicles.

With a minimal back panel depth of just 9.5mm, a small outer diameter of 33.5mm and a polyamide seal, these units function reliably in confined spaces. Additionally, installation is made easy with connectivity through push-in-terminals (PIT). 

The Series 14 Indicator Compact is ideal for harsh, industrial environments due to robust front protection (up to IP69K) and IK07 impact resistance. It provides safe and reliable illumination for more than 50,000 operating hours in both interior and exterior locations, as well as applications that experience increased levels of humidity or extreme temperature fluctuations. 

These units can handle an operational voltage range between 14 and 32 VAC/DC, with a current consumption of less than 50mA, and feature a range of customisation options including colours, connectors and cables.

Key advantages of the Series 14 Indicator Compact:

• High-intensity illumination 
• Long service life of more than 50,000 operating hours
• Compact, space-saving design
• Domed lens provides 180° all-around visibility
• Easy mounting with reliable PIT terminal
• IP69K protection and IK07 impact resistance


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