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Adaptatone Millennium Multiple Tone Signal Diode Polarized for Fire AlarmCommunication, Single Output


  • 55 tone capability - No additional tone modules needed

  • Output up to 110 dB

  • Suitable for Division 2 Locations

  • Diode polarized for supervisory circuits

  • Captive Components The Edwards 5530MD-24AW Adaptatone Millennium is a heavy-duty industrial, tone-selectable, signaling device intended primarily for use in fire alarm systems and other applications requiring electrical supervision of signaling circuit field wiring. It uses a microprocessor circuit to create 55 distinctive tones A single tone may be selected by setting a miniature dip switch within the unit.  The Adaptatone Millennium can be activated from field-wired, normally open contacts, or a 24VDC external voltage source such as an output of a PLC or Fire/Security panel. Normally open contacts can be obtained from the Cat. No. 5538-4 and/or Cat. No. 5538-4R Adaptatone Signal Actuators.

    1/2" (13mm) conduit or surface mounting. See Adaptatone Signaling Installation, refer to the catalog pages listed on the left.

    The signal may also be used for unsupervised signaling applications. Typical applications include fire alarm emergency warning systems, plant evacuation and security intrusion alarms, process monitoring, shift start-and-dismissal horns, and paging signals.


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Adaptatone Millennium Multiple Tone Industrial Signal
24 VDC Input Board, 20-24 VDC




Agency Approvals

NEMA Type 3R IP 44 UL 464, UL 1604 and UL 5525 Listed for indoor and outdoor applications CSFM Listed CE Marked ULC S525 UL Listed for use in Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C & D; Class II, Division 2, Groups F & G; and Class III Hazardous Location applications

  • Speaker can be rotated and locked in any horizontal direction


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