NFPA member E2S Warning Signals, the world’s leading independent manufacturer of audible and visual warning signals, is exhibiting at the NFPA Show from the 13th to the 15th of June in Las Vegas. On Booth 1059, E2S will be showcasing selected products from its extensive globally certified product portfolio.
The D1x family of Class I & II Division 1 signals from E2S offer high performance audio-visual warning in the most hazardous of environments. The D1xS alarm horns are UL and cUL marked, suitable for use as public mode fire alarm and also approved for Zone 1 and Zone 20 applications. With sound output levels up to 116dB(A) the horns contain 64 different alarm tone patterns and four remotely selectable stages/channels enabling multiple notifications from a single device. The D1xC combined alarm horns and Xenon beacons are similarly approved for fire alarm use – the horn as public mode and the Xenon light as private mode. Employing enclosures manufactured from marine grade LM6 aluminium the audible alarms can be configured with a traditional flare horn or an omnidirectional radial horn. The Xenon beacon component is available in either 5 or 10 Joule variants.
The D2x family of compact alarm horns and combination horns with Xenon lights offer system designers one device, globally certified: NEC/CEC CI D2 and CII D2; NEC CI Zone 2 and Zone 22; CEC Zone 2 & 22 and CII D2, ATEX, IECEx Zone 2 & 22. Now also UL & cUL certified for fire alarm use – the horn as public mode and the Xenon light as private mode. The D2x signals contain the advanced technology featured in the Class I Div 1 D1x family but in an ultra-compact 11 x 6” footprint.
For industrial fire protection system designers, the new ML15 and ML25 speakers are UL & cUL approved for fire alarm & emergency and professional & commercial use in the US and Canada. Available in 15W and 25W versions the 70V line speakers use lightweight, high impact ABS, Type 4/4X enclosures and stainless steel accessories to provide a robust solution for harsh environments systems.
The booth will be managed by directors Brett Isard and John Rattlidge.
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