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SSLC-1014 LOW CURRENT STROBESWITCH™
Emergency Vehicle Access System

The Tomar model SSLC-1014 Low Current STROBESWITCH™ is a compact, low-current, detector for opening access gates automatically for properly equipped emergency vehicles. The SSLC-1014 features a low idle current draw making it ideal for solar-powered gate openers. Tomar Strobeswitches are activated by the optical emitters used by most fire department emergency vehicles to control traffic signals en route to an incident. The model SSLC-1014 features a 1/2” female pipe hub mounting base. Like all Tomar Strobeswitch detectors the SSLC-1014 is compatible with optical signals from all Tomar Strobecom and GTT OPTICOM* emitters.
* Registered trademark of the GTT Corporation.

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 The unit has an internal red LED that illuminates whenever a proper optical signal is received. This feature can be used with the optional Hand Held Tester to verify the unit’s operation.
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 directions

 

1790-1014 STROBESWITCH
Emergency Vehicle Access System


The model 1790 STROBESWITCH™ is a compact low cost detector which detects a special strobe light signal and opens access gates to allow quick entrance. The detector is activated by the strobe emitters used by most fire department emergency vehicles to control traffic signals en route to a fire. The 1790–1014 STROBESWITCH™ interfaces with the TOMAR model 780–1228–PRE or GTT OPTICOM® traffic preemption optical signal emitters. The model 1790 features a 1/2” female pipe hub mounting base.

The TOMAR 1790-1014 STROBESWITCH Emergency Vehicle Access System offers the following features and benefits:

  • Detects Emergency Vehicle and Opens Access Gate to Allow Quick Entry.
  • Allows Emergency Vehicles Faster Response Times in Time-Critical Situations
  • Economical and Compact

1790-1014 Access System Components:

1790-1014 2795-2
1790-1014
STROBESWITCH™
2795-2 Dual
STROBESWITCH™ Assembly
1790m-2 1760-14
1790m-2
Power Module
1760-l4
Hand Held tester



Specifications


Item Description
Range 200 feet typical, but depends on intensity of strobe emitter
Field of View 10º vertical, 90º horizontal
Signal Acquisition Time 0.64 seconds
Function Indicator The unit has a red LED that illuminates whenever a proper optical signal is received. The LED is visible thru the viewport and can be seen for 25 feet or more. This feature can be used with the optional Hand Held Tester to verify the unit’s operation.
Frequency F14 = 14.035 Hz ± .25 Hz ( high priority )
F10 = 10.000 Hz ± .25 Hz ( low priority )
1790M–2 Power Module 12–24VDC AC/DC
DPDT relay output 2A @ 30VDC, 0.6A @ 120VAC
0–30 minute time delay plus continuous latch mode
Remote reset