The EVCA-AP-SH Horn/Strobe Series provides a wide range of candela light output options in a single device. The candela settings include a 12 or 24 volt DC operation for the 15, 35 and 60 (75 on axis) candela settings and 24 volt DC operation for the 15, 35, 60, 75, 95 and 110 candela settings. The candela setting is displayed through the front window and is selectable using a drum wheel.
The horn settings include Temporal, Non-Temporal, March Time and a Chime sound. The horn also has Low, Mid and High volume settings for each pattern and tone. The tones include 2400 Hz, Electro-Mechanical, Broadband and Chime.
The voltage input can be either regulated DC or full wave recti ed (FWR) 12 volt or 24 volt operation with an operating range from 8 to 33 V DC. The strobes can be synchronized using a control panel with an EVCA- AP-SMD10 sync module.
The EVCA-AP-SH utilizes a universal mounting plate that will mount on a single gang, double gang, octagon and 4” square electrical boxes. The back plate allows the installer to mount the plate and connect the wire connections. The strobe attaches in a hinge fashion from the top and is secured by a single mounting screw. The strobe completely covers the mounting back plate, therefore it can be mounted before other trades work is completed and not affect the nal look.
The installer shall provide and install the EVCA-AP- SH selectable horn/strobe. The strobe shall have six (6) candela settings. The candela settings shall be selectable using a drum roller and shall display the candela setting on the front of the device. The horn shall have 33 selectable settings configurable by dip switches. The sounder shall be capable of ANSI Temporal Code 3, March Time and produce a chime output. The horn shall have three distinct volume levels. The horn/strobe shall operate at 12 or 24 VDC regulated or full wave recti ed. The horn/strobe shall have an operating range between 8 and 33 VDC. The strobes can be synchronized using a control panel with the EVCA-AP-SMD10 sync module. The strobe shall utilize a mounting plate that allows the installer to pre-wire the mounting plate. The mounting plate shall be universal and mount on a single gang, double gang, octagon or 4 inch square box. The mounting plate shall be completely covered by the strobe and shall be secured by a single screw. The strobe shall be UL listed to standard 1638, General Signaling, and standard 1971, Signaling Devices for the Hearing Impaired. The horn shall be UL listed to standard 464, Audible Signaling Devices.