Low Current Strobeswitch™ Detector For Solar/Battery Powered Installations



HOW IT WORKS: An emergency vehicle uses a special optical emitter to transmit a signal. The TOMAR STROBESWITCH™ receives this signal, and if the signal format is correct, activates its solid-state output relay. The relay output may be used to control security gates, fire department garage doors, and other devices. Signaling is optical by line of sight, and the TOMAR STROBESWITCH™ can operate indoors or outdoors, in bright sunlight, or in any weather. The unit is not susceptible to radio frequency interference, and uses digital frequency discrimination to reject unwanted signals, such as flashlights, emergency vehicle lighting systems, flashing signs, etc.

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Item Description
Range 200 feet typical, but depends on intensity of optical emitter
Field of View 60º conical
Signal Acquisition Time 1.5 seconds
Function Indicator SSLC has an internal LED function which allows the installer to confirm proper function at time of installation.
Input Power Output Rating 12VDC 4mA idle current, 24VDC 2mA idle current, 24VAC 5mA idle current SPST solid-state
relay output 100mA @ 120VAC 0–30 minute time delay plus test mode
Multiple Directions Multiple SSLC-1014 detectors can be paralleled to activate gate opener from multiple