Stacklights for process control and industrial applications

Eaton's SL stacklight series have the ability to display up to five processes at once and configure a range of audible notifications, which make them useful for overseeing machine processes. The 70-mm (SL7) and 40-mm (SL4) stacklights have a twist and lock feature that enables easy dismantling and mounting of complete towers in the field.

11/28/2014


Eaton's SL stacklight series have the ability to display up to five processes at once and configure a range of audible notifications, which make them useful for overseeing machine processes. Courtesy: EatonEaton's SL stacklight series are designed to improve control over key processes and enhance machine availability in industrial applications. They have the ability to display up to five processes at once and configure a range of audible notifications, making the SL series useful for overseeing machine processes. The SL7 and SL4 stacklights are compact enough for configuration in applications where space is limited. The 70-mm (SL7) and 40-mm (SL4) stacklights have a twist and lock feature that enables easy dismantling and mounting of complete towers in the field. The stacklights also are designed with audible features to enable reliable notification and machine oversight in noisy conditions. The SL series stacklights also have an IP66 rating, which gives them a high degree of environmental protection against particulates and water. The stacklights are engineered with an operating temperature range of 22 to 140 F and LEDs that provide a lifespan of up to 100,000 hours. 

Eaton Corporation

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