Edwards Signaling™ 5530M-120Y6

Edwards Signaling 5530M Multi-Tone Signal, 120/240 VAC, 0.1 to 0.21 A, 110 dB at 10 ft, Surface Mount, Gray

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Edwards Signaling™ 5530M-120Y6

The Edwards 5530M Adaptatone Millennium is a heavy-duty industrial, tone selectable, signaling device capable of producing volume-controlled, high decibel tones. It uses a microprocessor circuit to create 55 distinctive tones, selected by setting a dip switch within the unit. The Adaptatone Millennium can be activated from field-wired, normally open contacts, or from a 24 VDC or 120 VAC external voltage source such as an output of a PLC. PLC compatibility assures no additional loading resistors or relays are required to set up your Adaptatone. Selected models are designed to serially connect to RS485 networks. The 5530MV-485Y6 additionally has a field recordable voice feature that allows activation of voice messages over the RS485 network.

Edwards Signaling Multi-Tone Signal, Series: 5530M, 120/240 VAC, 0.1 to 0.21 A, 50/60 Hz, 110 dB at 10 ft, Surface Mount, 180 deg C Operating, 27 Number of Tones, Gray, 13.75 in H x 8 in W x 8.73 in D

Amperage Rating      :      0.1 to 0.21 A
Series      :      5530M
Operating Temperature      :      180 deg C
Frequency Rating      :      50/60 Hz
Dimensions      :      13.75 in H x 8 in W x 8.73 in D
Voltage Rating      :      120/240 VAC
Number of Tones      :      27
Mounting Type      :      Surface
Color      :      Gray
Sound Level      :      110 dB at 10 ft
  • pdf Specification Sheet https://www.turtle.com//ASSETS/DOCUMENTS/ITEMS/EN/Edwards_Signaling_5530M_120Y6_Datasheet.pdf
  • 3R NEMA environmental condition
  • Suitable for division 2 locations
  • Captive components
  • Speaker can be rotated and locked in any horizontal direction
  • For industrial applications requiring high decibel output and microprocessor reliability
  • 24 VDC battery backup terminals provided
  • 1/2 in (13 mm) conduit or surface mounting
  • Designed for industrial applications requiring high decibel output and microprocessor reliability