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Spectacular, slim and smart: signal technology design at its best

03 January 2015

WERMA has introduced an elegant signal tower range, which is available in two versions, Clearsign 'compact' and Clearsign 'modular'.

Clearsign compact is a pre-assembled 3 or 4 tier signal tower. Clearsign modular, on the other hand, employs the proven bayonet locking system, which permits the selection of up to six different elements for the tower, accentuating the flexibility of the WERMA design.

The new family is slim and of modest design concept and uses leading edge lighting technology. If no status light is required, the signal tower stands elegantly in the background, and only when illuminated does the light picture play to its full extent.

I/O Link Interface
Alongside the 24V power supply, for the first time an I/O Link is made available, which increases the application possibilities of ClearSIGN. Using an I/O Link enables the device to be used as a level or temperature indicator.  The signal tower fills with light and changes colour when a critical level or condition is reached.  All functions are simple to program using the I/O Link interface

Flexible, modular design
Clearsign modular is available in three basic optical versions:  a permanent light gives the basic functionality in the chosen colour.  With the multicolour light element there is greater flexibility with up to 7 colours. A multifunction element combining permanent, blink, flash and EVS light pictures rounds off the range.  In addition acoustic elements with an output of up to 90dB(A) and eight tones are available.


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