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Features

  • Continuously rated
  • Suitable for surface or wall mounting
  • Optional wall bracket & guard available – see accessories
  • 3 point fix
  • M20 conduit side entry or bottom cable entry
  • 360° light output around the vertical axis
  • 180° light output above the horizontal axis
  • Dustproof and Weatherproof

Material

UV Stable Polycarbonate Lens
UV Stable ABS Plastic Base

Approvals & Conformities

Approvals & Conformities
Categories in this range.

Description

SF401-400 DIN Base Series

Industrial Static Filament Beacons

The SF401-400 DIN base series is suitable for security, process control and industrial applications where a more robust and powerful signal is required.

These beacons are of the Static mode type (single stage alarm). Once the beacon is energised the Incandescent / halogen lamp will stay permanently on.

An advantage of this type of beacon is that it can be controlled via a remote source (ie. control panel / plc etc ) giving the beacon greater flexibility and offering a (flashing) second stage alarm. The design allows for termination inside the enclosure through the base.

SF401-400

Code NoVoltageLight SourceCurrent
SF401-6212v Ac/Dc ≂H1 x 55w4.60 A
SF401-6324v Ac/Dc ≂H1 x 70w2.90 A
SF401-0512v Ac/Dc ≂Ba15d x 48w4.00 A
SF401-0624v Ac/Dc ≂Ba15d x 48w2.00 A
SF401-0748v Dc ---Ba15d x 35w0.65 A
SF400-08115v Ac ~E14 x 60w 0.55 A
SF400-09230v Ac ~E14 x 60w 0.29 A
SF401-400 Series Industrial Static Filament Beacons Technical Drawing - Base
SF401-400 Series Industrial Static Filament Beacons Technical Drawing - Side

Brand

Moflash

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Additional information

Lens Colour

Amber, Blue, Clear, Green, Red

IP Rating

IP 65

Maximum Temperature

+55 °C

Minimum Temperature

-25 °C

Application

Industrial, Process Control, Security

AC Voltage Frequency

50/60 Hz

Nominal Supply Voltage

12v, 24v, 48v, 115v, 230v

Light Source

Incandescent/Tungsten Bulb

Material

ABS, UV Stable PC

Beacon Output

Static/Steady

Current Type

AC, AC/DC, DC

Power Rating

Close Proximity Signalling

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