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875-G1 - 

Horn, Vibrating

EDWARDS SIGNALING PRODUCTS 875-G1

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Manufacturer Part No:
875-G1
Newark Part No.:
41B9054
Product Range
875 Series
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Information

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Continuous
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24V
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101dBA
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54mm
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160mA
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875 Series
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Product Overview

The 875-G1 is a high decibel surface mount Vibrating Horn for heavy-duty indoor use. Supplied complete with Adaptaplate® for easy installation. Supplied Adataplate allows quick plug-in connection. Horn simply plugs into receptacle on mounting plate. Used in institutional applications for timing, paging and alarm signalling. Applications include equipment malfunction alert and security warning.
  • Corrosion-resistant finish
  • Volume adjustable
  • Completely assembled
  • Heavy duty die-cast housing
  • Projects only 2" (51mm) from mounting surface
  • 24VDC Operating voltage
  • 0.16A current
  • 3.8VA Power
  • 24Ω DC coil resistance

Applications

Industrial, Commercial, Security

Contents

Vibrating horn, Mounting bracket.

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