Fulleon Red Centrifugal Bell, 93dB at 1 Metre, 24 V

  • RS Stock No. 530-5984
  • Mfr. Part No. CFB6D24
  • Brand Fulleon
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RoHS Certificate of Compliance
COO (Country of Origin): GB
Product Details

Centrifugal Bell

Motorised bell for internal use
Silver contacts for greater reliability
Current consumption: 25mA
EN54 Part 3 Compliant

Specifications
Attribute Value
Type Centrifugal
Decibels at 1 Metre 93dB
Number Of Tones 1
Mounting Style Surface Mount
Supply Voltage 24 V
Minimum Decibel 93dB
Maximum Decibel 95dB
Diameter 152 mm
Body Colour Red
Minimum Temperature -10°C
Maximum Temperature +55°C
Series CF
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