Phone Studio Warning Led Light

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  • Description

Phone Studio Warning Light with power adapter included..
Wall mounting. Solid Steel case.
Dimensions: 265 x 135 x 45mm
Power: 90-230volt AC, 200mA

EAN 7444704137113

This Phone warning light has no lamp inside any more, just everlasting high intensity red leds.
The unit is powered by a 12 volt DC 1A external power supply that is included in the delivery.

To set up the Phone Light, you'll need to follow these steps:

  1. Prepare Components:

    • Obtain a stereo cable, a latching switch (if not using GPO output), a barrier strip, and a power adapter.
    • Ensure you have wall mounting hardware if you plan to mount the Phone Light on a wall.
  2. Wiring Process:

    • Take one end of the stereo cable and connect it to either the latching switch or the GPO output from your equipment (e.g., GSM).
    • If using a latching switch, ensure it is wired correctly for on/off control.
    • Inside the Phone Light unit, locate the barrier strip.
    • Connect the other end of the stereo cable to the appropriate terminals on the barrier strip. This will provide the signal to activate the Phone Light.
    • Wire the power adapter directly to the barrier strip, ensuring correct polarity and voltage.
  3. Mounting:

    • If you intend to mount the Phone Light on a wall, use the cable entry hole and key slot holes on the backside for secure installation.
    • Choose a location for mounting that is visible and easily accessible.
  4. Testing:

    • Once all wiring is completed and the Phone Light is mounted, test its functionality.
    • Activate the latching switch or trigger the GPO output from your equipment to see if the light illuminates.
    • If the light does not turn on, double-check your wiring connections and ensure that power is reaching the unit.

By following these steps, you can successfully set up the Phone Light for use in your studio or broadcasting setup. Make sure all connections are secure, and test the functionality before regular use.