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Larson launches beacon with motion sensor

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Texas-based Larson Electronics, an industrial lighting company, has launched a low-voltage LED strobe beacon equipped with a momentary toggle switch and a motion sensor.

The CL1B-MS-1224 LED beacon light produces 360 degrees of light in an optional color output (red, green, blue, amber, or white). A momentary switch allows operators to toggle through 30 strobe patterns, including four simulated rotating patterns. Equipped with a motion sensor, the beacon can be activated based on motion and has a minimum detection range of 25 feet. The sensitivity of the sensor can be adjusted.

For more information, visit larsonelectronics.com.

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