We have been working on a project the requires us to install outdoor flashing warning lights that will be controlled remotely via IP. The system has been designed, built and tested and now it’s time to install them. We performed a last test and while doing so I took a few pictures.
They are contained in stainless steel boxes with all the connections on the bottom. AC power will be wired to them and then a CAT5 cable with control will be attached. Two more wires will connect two external flashers for a total of three flashers per box.
Looking inside you can see the IP I/O box that controls the relay that supplies the 24 volts to the flashers and the power supply too. One output from the relay goes back to the IP I/O box so it can send a message back to the system that the lights are on.
You may notice that the neck on the flasher is shorter in one picture, thats because we realized that the pipe would rust. So it was changed out to a galvanized shorter nipple (above).