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    Battery powered LED beacon

    November 1, 2011

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    The Magnalight CS-A-24LED Strobe Beacon can be mounted to any surface that accepts a magnet. It is powered by four AA batteries to produce up to 40 hours of runtime, and can be operated in a strobe or constant “on” mode. The beacon can handle vibrations and movements associated with work operations, and is visible up to three miles.

    Larson Electronics                                    

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