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Strobe beacon 2000 series, XEN1, XEN4
xenon24VDC48VDC

strobe beacon
strobe beacon
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Characteristics

Type
strobe
Technology
xenon
Voltage level
24VDC, 48VDC, 24VAC, 48VAC
Other characteristics
explosion-proof, ATEX, IECEx, amber, IP66

Description

Single and four strobe tube models Internal fresnel lens (sold separately) Six lens colors: Amber, Blue, Clear, Green, Red and Yellow Ex de terminal chamber available IP66 enclosure Approved for use in Zone 1, 2, 21, 22 Atmospheres Corrosion resistant powder coat finish Stainless steel external hardware ATEX, IECEx and CE Certified Features Federal Signal’s 2000 Series Models XEN1 and XEN4 xenon beacons are visual warning lights for use that require ATEX approval. Model XEN1 is a strobe light that contains a single xenon flashing tube. This makes it ideally suited for use in indoor explosion-proof areas that require compliance to European electrical safety directives. Model XEN4 is a strobe light that utilizes four strobe tubes, timed in a sequential manner, to simulate the operation of a mechanical rotating beacon. This four-strobe version is ideal in outdoor situations where a conventional beacon may not be adequate. Flameproof strobe lights are is sealed from dust and water by a nitrile rubber o-ring seal. All exterior cast aluminum surfaces are finished in powder coat paint and external hardware is manufactured from stainless steel to resist corrosion. The 2000 Series beacon is externally powered by a DC or AC power source. Screw type terminal blocks are provided for field wiring on all units. All variations of the 2000 Series beacon feature a four entry fixture to allow cable looping. These cable entries are metric (M20 X 1.5) but other configurations are available upon request.

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