Patlite introduces LS7 Series Signal Towers

Patlite introduces LS7 Series Signal Towers

March 6, 2013 - Patlite introduces LS7 Series Signal Towers. The elegant smooth surface design of each LS7 body and bracket minimizes water and dust adhesion. Additionally, the LS7 has no exposed screws, shafts or other metals making it suitable for a wide variety of application environments, including food processing.  The stackable design with optional M12 quick disconnect significantly simplifies installation and can reduce costs by eliminating the need for a separate relay box.

LS7 series signal towers also feature a state-of-the-art inner lens design that emits a sharper and more efficient LED light than is available with other signal tower designs. A durable shock resistant polycarbonate lens ensures long life and reliable operation. An optional 2000 Hz to 3000 Hz buzzer emits a sound frequence that can "cut through" the sound from operating machinery that would normally drown out other buzzer sounds.

“LS7 signal towers strike the perfect balance of form and flexibility to deliver an elegant look with functionality that satisfies the signaling needs of a wide range of applications,” says Paul Mizuki, Marketing Manager. “From the streamlined footprint and smooth surface design to the range of colors and other options, the LS7 delivers a truly built-in look, feel and sounds that harmonizes with machinery.”

Founded in 1947, PATLITE is a leading provider of innovative LED status indicating lights, sound alarms, visual and audible communication network systems and solutions which enhance the safety, security and comfort of workplaces and communities. The company’s products and services help improve the quality control, productivity and safety of industrial automation, commercial, municipal and governmental customers.  PATLITE has more than 600 employees and the wholly-owned sales subsidiaries in the USA, Germany, Singapore, Korea, and China.




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