TOMAR model 7120R is a double-flash strobe designed for heavy duty industrial use in steel mills and large manufacturing plants where very high light output is required. At 40 flashes per minute and 2000 effective candlepower it is TOMAR’s brightest industrial visual signaling device. It features a remote mounted solid state power supply in a NEMA 4 JIC box and a 1/2” pipe mounted hi-output strobe light head with a 360° Lexan® lens and a long life (24,000 hour) strobe tube.
The 7120R features a built-in synchronizing flash circuit, and is available in six lens colors (amber, blue, clear, green, purple, and red). Each unit contains a built-in RFI filter to protect against harmful electrical interference.
- NEMA 4X enclosure
- 2000 Effective Candlepower
- 24,000 hour strobe tube
- Built-in Synchronizing flash circuit
- Built-in RFI Filters
- Polarity protected
- Solid state power supply
- Optional Lens Dust Cover
Synchronizing Circuit Connection
This is a low voltage, low power customer connection which requires one 22ga twisted pair run between each light. Max length between furthest lights 3000 feet. Up to 100 lights can be synchronized.
Synchronizing Circuit Features:
Each light contains its own flash rate timing circuit which operates the lamp automatically and a bi-directional synchronizing circuit which overrides the internal timing circuit when connected to another light. When two or more lamps are synchronized together, failure of any lamp will not prevent other lamps from operating.
Architect and Engineer Specifications
High Intensity Power Strobe 7120R
The visual signaling beacon shall be Tomar model number 7120R series or approved equal. The light source shall be a plug-in field replaceable single-flash xenon strobe lamp. The warning beacon shall have a Lexan® lens and be designed to accept a dome guard. Light intensity is to be 2000 effective candlepower. The beacon must be able to be mounted remotely from the power base, and the strobe tube is to be rated at 24,000 hours lamp life. Voltage shall be 120VAC. Strobe light shall be designed to accept a dome guard and lens dust cover.
*ECP (Effective Candlepower) is the intensity that would appear to an observer if the light were burning steadily.
**Peak Candlepower is the maximum light intensity generated by a flashing light during its light pulse.