Switch settings remain visible even after the unit is installed
Exclusive FullLight TM Strobe Technology
Precision timing electronics
Low current draw
Highly regulated in-rush current
Genesis ceiling strobes are small, compact, and attractive visible emergency signaling devices. Protruding no more than 1.6" (41 mm) from the ceiling, Genesis strobes blend with any decor. Thanks to patented breakthrough technology, Genesis strobes do not require bulky specular reflectors and lenses. Instead, an exclusive cavity design conditions light to produce a highly controlled distribution pattern. Significant development efforts employing this new technology have given rise to a new benchmark in strobe performance - FullLight technology.
FullLight strobe technology produces a smooth light distribution pattern without the spikes and voids characteristic of specular reflectors. This ensures the entire coverage area receives consistent illumination from the strobe flash. As a result, Genesis strobes with FullLight technology go well beyond the minimum UL-required "cross" pattern, significantly exceeding UL 1971 and ULC S526 light distribution requirements.
Although all Genesis strobes are self-synchronizing, when installed with an optional synchronization module, strobe flashes from devices on the same circuit synchronize to within 10 milliseconds of each other indefinitely. This exceeds the two-hour minimum specified in the UL standards. Only one synchronization module is required per circuit. Genesis strobes feature 15 to 95 candela output which is selectable with a conveniently-located switch. The candela output setting remains clearly visible even after final installation, yet it is locked in place to prevent unauthorized movement after installation.
Genesis strobes feature textured housings in architecturally neutral white. All models are intended for indoor applications only. Strobes mount to any flush North-American 4" square electrical box, 2 1/8" (54 mm) deep.
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