Edwards Signaling 58 Series Hazardous Location Beacons

Often the locations most in need of both audible and visible warning 
lights and signals is also a noisy, not always perfectly lit space — for
 instance at mining, construction and demolition sites, not to mention 
offshore oil rights and petrochemical plants. <br><br>Edwards Signalings’ 58 Series AdaptaBeacon rotating beacon is meant exactly for such locations. Edwards Signaling

James R. Dukart

Often the locations most in need of both audible and visible warning lights and signals is also a noisy, not always perfectly lit space — for instance at mining, construction and demolition sites, not to mention offshore oil rights and petrochemical plants.

Edwards Signalings’ 58 Series AdaptaBeacon rotating beacon is meant exactly for such locations. The 58 Series is not only weatherproof and dust and corrosion resistant, but features a motor driven reflector with a 100W Bayonet Base halogen lamp, enclosed in a polycarbonate dome that allows for easy cleaning.

As a NEMA Type 4X-rated enclosure, the product is specifically designed for industrial, commercial or institutional applications and is hazardous-location listed.  

The light mounts to 3/4" (19mm) NPT conduit and be either corner or wall mounted using the appropriate brackets available via the AdaptaBeacon accessories catalog. For weatherproof applications, the unit must be mounted vertically, with the dome facing up.

Domes are available in six colors: red, amber, blue, green, magenta and clear. The 58 Series is designed for locations in which high ambient noise levels make audible signals difficult to hear or other types of visual signals — strobes or flashing lights — hard to distinguish. It can be used to inform of equipment status changes, communicate malfunctions, or as an alert to security breaches, when connected to perimeter or indoor security monitoring.

Edwards also offers a variety of other warning lights, horns, buzzers and alarms, from flashing and rotating beacons to steady-on and strobe lights. Lamps are offered as incandescent, halogen or LED, depending on the specific needs of the applications for intended use, says Edwards Signaling Product Applications Specialist, Ed Norris.


Photo courtesy of Edwards Signaling

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