Warning signal families newly launched

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Three new major warning signal families have been added to this company's portfolio of more than 250 different explosionproof and intrinsically safe hazardous-location-applicable warning devices.

D1x alarm horns, PA loudspeakers, and integrated alarm horn/Xenon strobe warning units employ the latest electronic technology and acoustic engineering to create highly effective warnings for Class I/II Division 1, Zone 1 and Zone 20 environments. UL/cULs approved, they are available with traditional directional flare horns or omnidirectional radial horns that generate uniform 360° sound dispersion.

STEx stainless steel enclosure explosionproof warning signals offer outstanding corrosion resistance in aggressive environments. They feature 316L and are approved to IECEx and ATEX standards.

GNEx GRP Xenon strobe beacons add visual signaling to the explosionproof and corrosion resistant GNEx family. They're suited for all Zone 1, 2, 21, and 22 hazardous locations and offer extended temperature range with IECEx and ATEX approvals.

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