New Lighted Alarm Pairs Bright Red Light with Ultra Loud Sound

Floyd Bell

Twin Turbo Lighted Alarm

Twin Turbo™ Series Lighted Alarm from Floyd Bell Inc.

Floyd Bell’s patented new Twin Turbo™ Lighted Alarm is a small (approx. 1”x1”) panel-mount piezoelectric audio alert that emits a daylight-viewable bright light when activated, effectively combining Floyd Bell’s popular Turbo™ series Alarms with their Turbo Light™ Series Panel Indicators into one convenient multi-sensory alarm device.  Available in 5 colors and 7 different tone types, the sound output measures up to an impressive 103dB at 2’! The energy efficient, two-terminal lighted alarm operates at various voltages in the 9-30 VDC range while drawing only 50-110mA.

A special illuminated enclosure creates a “halo” design on the Twin Turbo™ that distributes the light and allows it to be seen from the side, offering an impressive 180º dispersion.  In a durable polycarbonate plastic casing, the front-mount panel indicator is tamper-proof, IP68 and creates a NEMA 4X seal when installed.

The Twin Turbo™ is available with a manual rotary volume control that ads up to 20 dB of additional attenuation. For specs and pricing, visit Floydbell.com or call 1-888-FLOYD-BELL.

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