Banner Engineering’s TL70 wireless tower light combines the company’s industry recognised tower light family with its field proven Sure Cross wireless technology to provide superior monitoring and visual status indication for remote applications.
With a Banner Sure Cross wireless node built into the tower base, the TL70 offers two-way wireless communication to eliminate costly and time consuming wiring requirements. It is available in 900 MHz or 2,4 GHz configurations, allowing them to be used with matching, standard Banner wireless gateways.
Offering superior flexibility and customisation, the bright 70 mm light tower can display up to five colours, plus an audible alarm module. The loud 92 dB adjustable alarm features four user-selectable tones, including pulsed, chirp, siren or continuous. Each light segment can be selected solid on or flashing, and appear grey when off to eliminate false indication from ambient light.
“By combining the versatility of the modular tower lights with the reliability of Sure Cross wireless technology, the TL70 wireless provides a unique lighting solution,” said Matt Hahn, technical marketing engineer for lighting, Banner Engineering. “With high-visibility indication and remote, two-way operation, users can achieve real-time communication to enhance monitoring applications.”
Banner’s TL70 wireless tower light is available in pre-assembled or modular segments, allowing users to build a custom device. Light and audible segments are easily configured using DIP switches on each segment.
For use in harsh environments, the light features a rugged water-resistant IP65 housing of UV stabilised material, available in black or grey, which allows users to match the device to their application.
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