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The Qlight QWCD Series Strobe Signal Lights are compact and customizable devices that combine both a horn and a light in one, significantly reducing the product’s size. They offer easy customization with a built-in sound selection function, volume adjustment function, and an SD card slot for user-inputted tones. There are 31 available tones to choose from, and users can even select their own tones by directly inputting an MP3 file into the SD card. These strobe signal lights are suitable for environments requiring a tight seal and excellent dust protection with an IP66 rating. They can withstand extreme conditions, including arctic temperatures as low as -50°C. The flashing rate can be adjusted between 60 to 80 flashes per minute, and there is a built-in switch for steady or flashing mode selection. The materials used are PC for the horn and ABS for the body.
The QWCD Series strobe signal lights come in various ambient operating temperature ranges, including -30°C to +60°C (standard), -50°C to +60°C (low-temperature type, DC only), and -20°C to +50°C (SD card type). With CE compliance, UL listing, and adherence to the RoHS directive, these strobe signal lights meet international safety and environmental standards. In conclusion, the Qlight QWCD Series Strobe Signal Lights are versatile and compact devices that combine both a horn and a light. They offer easy customization and can operate efficiently in extreme environmental conditions. With their excellent dust protection and adherence to safety and environmental standards, these strobe signal lights are ideal for a variety of applications, including marine, industrial, and outdoor environments.
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