- Unique low-profile design
- Attractive appearance
- Ultra-slim - protrudes less than one inch from wall
- FullLight Strobe Technology
- Low current draw
- 15/30/75/110 candela output
- Select non-coded (default), temporal, or coded (single-stroke) chime operation
- Single microprocessor controls both chime and strobe
- Select high (default) or low dB chime output
- No visible mounting screws
The Genesis line of signals are the smallest, most compact audible-visual signaling devices in the world. Genesis chimes and chime strobes blend with any decor and feature textured housings in neutral white or traditional fire alarm red.
Genesis strobes do not require bulky specular reflectors. Instead, an exclusive mask-and-cavity design channels and conditions light to produce a highly controllable distribution pattern. Intensive development efforts employing this new technology have given rise to a new benchmark in strobe performance--FullLight technology. This 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.
Genesis strobes are self-synchronizing, but when installed with an optional synchronization modules, strobe flashes from devices on the same circuit synchronize to within 10 milliseconds of each other indefinitely. Chime/Strobes feature 15, 30 , 75 or 110 candela output, selectable with a conveniently-located switch on the bottom of the device. Settings are clearly visible even after installation.
Genesis chimes produce a pleasing mellow tone. When steady (non-stroked) voltage is applied, the chime automatically pulses at 60 strokes per minute, or may be field-configured for temporal output. When installed with an EG1M Signal Master Module, the chime may also be field-configured for coded operation, which enables the chime output to match the rate that voltage is applied to the circuit. The chime's 79 dBA (peak) output level makes this device suitable for many private mode applications. Chimes may be set for low dB output with a jumper cut that reduces sound output by about 5 dB.