The E2S IS Minialite Beacon is a versatile, compact, and high-performance signalling device designed for industrial and hazardous environments. This robust beacon is engineered to provide reliable visual alerts in potentially explosive atmospheres, making it ideal for a wide range of applications where safety and compliance are top priorities.
The E2S IS Minialite Beacon features a durable and corrosion-resistant GRP (Glass Reinforced Polyester) enclosure, making it suitable for use in harsh environments. With its IP66 ingress protection rating, it is also dust-tight and protected against powerful jets of water, ensuring reliable performance even in challenging conditions.
Equipped with the latest LED technology, the E2S IS Minialite Beacon delivers a powerful and highly visible light output, making it easily noticeable from a distance. It offers a choice of multiple flash patterns, including steady, single, double, triple flash, and rotating, allowing for customisation to suit different signalling requirements.
This intrinsically safe beacon is designed to comply with international standards for use in hazardous areas, including ATEX, IECEx, and UL certifications, ensuring that it meets the strict safety requirements of industrial settings. It is suitable for use in Zones 0, 1, and 2 for gas and Zones 20, 21, and 22 for dust environments, making it a versatile choice for various industrial applications, such as oil and gas, petrochemicals, mining, pharmaceuticals, and more.
The E2S IS Minialite Beacon is easy to install with its flexible mounting options, including a surface-mount base and a stainless steel bracket for pole or wall mounting. It can be powered with a wide range of voltage options, including 12-30VDC, 48VDC, and 230VAC, making it compatible with various power supply configurations.
With its compact size and exceptional performance, the E2S IS Minialite Beacon is an ideal choice for safety managers, maintenance personnel, and operators who need a reliable and compliant signalling device for hazardous environments.