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Banner Engineering: Self-contained tower light
Banner Engineering announces a new self-contained, compact version of its industry-recognized EZ-LIGHT™ TL50 tower light.
Measuring at only half the height of the standard TL50 models, the TL50 compact tower lights are ideal for space-restricted applications requiring highly visible operator guidance or indication of equipment status.
Designed to replace conventional stack lights, which often require time-consuming assembly and complex wiring, Banner’s TL50 tower lights provide bright, uniform lighting. The new TL50 compact version displays up to five stacked colors in one tower with universal ac voltage and up to seven stacked colors in one tower with standard dc voltage, and ten colors to choose from for each segment.
“While our TL50 tower lights provide versatile indicator lighting for industrial settings, we found equipment designers needing a more compact solution,” said Chuck Dolezalek, Director of Product Development for Lighting at Banner Engineering. “The new compact configuration satisfies this need, while ensuring the same quality, uniform brightness and reliable performance our customers have come to expect from our other TL50 tower light models. Plus, the TL50 compact tower lights are extremely rugged and cost-effective for indication on smaller pieces of equipment.”
Banner’s TL50 tower lights come preassembled and preconfigured, allowing users to save time and money during installation. For use in diverse environments and applications, the TL50 compact tower light is available in audible models with standard, sealed or Omni-Directional audible elements.
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