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Lumastrobe Warning Lights: High-Temperature Alarm

Added to the line of high-performance, portable signaling products is the High Temperature Alert Device. The device emits both an audible alarm and high-output flashing signal when its sensing head is subject to the preselected temperature. The device has an adjustable 32°-110°F thermostat head on a 15-foot cord attached to a battery-powered strobe light and buzzer. The unit is independently powered by two D cells. It is lightweight, portable, and will produce over 200 hours of continuous flashing when the preset alarm temperature is reached. According to the manufacturer, the device is ideally suited for those situations where the central air conditioning units or refrigeration systems have failed. The high temperature alert is most effective in situations where people, pets, or plants can be subjected to dangerous or harmful temperature fluctuations. The LED flash head will flash at 60 flashes per minute and can easily be seen over one-half mile away. Flash head should be located where it can immediately be seen and acted upon. The unit is available in red, amber, blue, green, and clear.

Lumastrobe Warning Lights
201-444-7041
info@lumastrobe.com
www.lumastrobe.com

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