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27XL-024-4CM

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Characteristics

  • Type:

    strobe

  • Technology:

    LED

  • Voltage level:

    24VAC, 24VDC

  • Other characteristics:

    explosion-proof, IP66

Description

Approved for mounting in any manner-including dome up
XLT™ Technology
Available in 24VAC/DC
Available in flashing or steady-burn mode
Six lens colors
60,000 hour LED
Ceiling mount standard; other options available
PLC Compatible
Dome guard optional
UL and cUL Listed
Type 4X, IP66 enclosure
Marine Listed

Federal Signal's Model 27XL-024-4CM explosion-proof LED light with XLT™ produces 60 high-intensity flashes per minute. 27XL-024-4CM is unique to the market because it covers an entire range of possible mounting configurations-including dome up. This warning light operates on 24VAC/DC, with a 4-wire supervised power circuit and is UL Listed for Class I, Division 1, Groups C and D; Class II, Division 1, Groups E, F and G; Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B; and Class III. The 27XL-024-4CM is UL and cUL listed, and Marine Rated.

eXtreme Light Technology (XLT) is a break through high-intensity LED array designed to meet the demands of industrial customers, producing maximum light output and superior lens fill. Configurable to either steady burning state or flashing mode, XLT provides improved performance over standard LEDs and increased versatility while maintaining low power consumption and vibration resistance expected from LED devices.

The 27XL-024-4CM features a standard low in-rush circuitry design that provides greater compatibility with factory automation control systems and less electrical interference with in-rush sensitive devices.

The 27XL-024-4CM is Type 4X rated and constructed to IP66. Corrosion resistance is achieved with a powder coat finish applied over the copper-free aluminum housing.

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