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Hazardous Location Signaling

Edwards Signaling 8/6/2018

Signal Responsibly in hazardous locations.

Hazardous Location Signaling

Choose Edwards Signals to alert, warn and communicate, and you get solutions designed for safety first - because safety is the heart and soul of everything we make and do. With the industry’s broadest line, we have the proven products that can help make your hazardous locations a bit less hazardous. Trust your hazardous location signaling to the life safety leader. Signal Responsibly with Edwards.

Explosion-Proof Beacons.

The rugged and reliable answer for refineries, oil rigs, and treatment plants. Brilliant visual output from low maintenance rotating lights and strobes. Available with ceiling, pendant and bracket mounting options.
Class I, Div 1, NEMA 4X, Marine, and
UL 1971 Fire Alarm applications.

Division 2 Adverse- Location Beacons.

Long-life, corrosion-resistant signals in engineered thermo- plastic housings, with strobe, steady or flashing LED and incandescent light sources. Available with ceiling, pendant and bracket mounting options.
Class I, Div 2, NEMA 4X, Marine, and UL 1971 Fire Alarm applications.

Explosion-Proof Electronic Signals.

Multiple tone signals for alerting and evacuation in hazardous locations - up to two inputs and two audible outputs can be selected from 19 available tones. Corrosion-resistant zinc cast construction with internal volume control. Supplied with mounting bracket.
Class I, Div 1

Explosion-Proof Horns.

Vibrating, low-current- drain, grill-type horns for use in mills, oil refineries, and textile plants. Heat-flowed epoxy finish and external mounting brackets. Diode polarized models for hazardous locations requiring electrical supervision of signaling circuit field wiring.
Class I, Div 1, NEMA 4X

Explosion-Proof Bells.

Single stroke and vibrating bells for low-power-drain
hazardous location timing, scheduling, and general alarm applications. Corrosion-resistant finish and external mounting brackets. Diode polarized models for hazardous locations requiring electrical supervision of signaling circuit field wiring.
Class I, Div 1, NEMA 4