Patlite’s NE signal light is constructed to provide seven different signal colors to notify personnel of changing equipment

Patlite’s NE signal light is designed to provide status change indication for wide-ranging industrial applications such as conveyor lines, automated guided vehicles, machine tools, robots, and warehousing. Built to feature a LED, the NE is constructed to provide seven different signal colors to notify personnel of changing equipment or environmental conditions. On conveyor lines, the NE is designed to shine green during normal operation, red for emergency stop condition, yellow to indicate error, dark blue to indicate material jam, light blue to signal supervisor call, or purple to indicate ready to start status. Similarly on an automated guided vehicle, the NE is built to shine green for forward movement, dark blue for reverse, yellow for obstacle detection, red for error, purple for dead battery, etc.

The opaque white lens cover on the NE is designed to uniformly diffuse the light source so that each color emitted shines equally clear and bright. The seven discrete light output colors are created by seven different wiring combinations to the three-wire input. (Power to only the red wire = red light; green wire = green light; blue wire = blue light; red & green wire = yellow light; red & blue wire = purple light; etc.). The compact profile of the surface-mounted housing is engineered to measure a mere 61 mm in height by 57 mm in diameter. The NE is made for integration in varied industrial settings with a rated voltage of 12 to 24 VDC and gasketed construction that gives it an IP66/IP67 rating for very wet or dusty environments. The NE is designed to be attached to any flat mounting surface with two screws or optional ½” NPT adaptor. Wiring is engineered to be easy with its two-meter lead cable.

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