Multifunction Settings on our LED Beacons

April 23, 2014


With LED lighting becoming increasingly popular as a long lasting solution, it is important to us that our LED beacons have evolved to suit a wide variety of applications for which LED lighting is now being specified. This is why we now offer multifunction settings on our standard LED beacons to ensure that they are as versatile as possible. 

The latest addition to this is on our PSE/LED circuits which are used in the below beacons and is controlled by two jumpers on the PCB:


The settings on these products are now

  • Standard Flash
  • Triple Flash
  • Quintuple (5) Flash
  • Static (None Flashing)


Taking it one step further are our PSD/LED circuits, controlled with a 3-pole switch on the PCB. These are found in the following:

  • PSA/LED (Stacking Beacon Modules)


And have the following multifunction settings:

  • Static – non-flashing
  • Standard Flash
  • Slow Flash
  • Fast Flash
  • Triple Flash – Three flash pulses repeating twice per second
  • Quintuple (5) Flash – Five flash pulses repeating once per second
  • Strobe – 1 flash pulse per second
  • Revolving (Simulated Rotating)


These new 8 function units are also available in a universal current 115-230v version to cover even more combinations of flash type and voltage. 

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