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ISM M22 panel mount Xenon strobe beacon

Panel mounted xenon strobe beacon offers good signalling effect along with high protection. Panel size 22,5mm, fixed with screws.

  • Ø 45 mm
  • IP65, IP67 on request
  • Panel size 22,5mm
  • 0.5 J strobe energy

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Panel mounted xenon strobe beacon offers good signalling effect along with high protection. Panel size 22,5mm, fixed with screws.

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