Sandies 340 ON AIR Light with LEDs (12 VDC LED)

BH #SAND34012 • MFR #SAND-340-12
Sandies
Sandies 340 ON AIR Light with LEDs (12 VDC LED)
Key Features
  • LED Light Source
  • 12 VDC LED Strip
  • Displays ON AIR Horizontally in Red
  • Fully Blacked Out when Off
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This Sandies 340 ON AIR Light uses LEDs as the light source and displays "ON AIR" horizontally in bright red when turned on. When off, it's totally blacked out, leaving no confusion about whether it's off. It has a solid steel frame and a thick, red plexiglass faceplate. Use it mounted on standard, single gang boxes or with wall anchors.
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$95.00

Sandies 340 Overview

This Sandies 340 ON AIR Light uses LEDs as the light source and displays "ON AIR" horizontally in bright red when turned on. When off, it's totally blacked out, leaving no confusion about whether it's off. It has a solid steel frame and a thick, red plexiglass faceplate. Use it mounted on standard, single gang boxes or with wall anchors.

This light requires a 12 VDC power supply (sold separately).

Key Features

  • Wide, horizontal design
  • LED light source
  • Totally blacked out when off
  • Solid steel frame; plexiglass faceplate
  • Single gang box / wall anchor mount
  • 12 VDC from external source; uses <2W (165mA) power draw; power supply not included

Sandies 340 Specs

Light SourceLED strip
MaterialSolid steel frame; plexiglass faceplate
Power12 VDC from external source; uses <2W (165mA) power draw; power supply not included
Dimensions10 x 2.5 x 5" (25 x 6.4 x 12.7 cm)
Faceplate: 0.12" (3 mm)
WeightApprox. 2 lb (0.9 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.84 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)10.45 x 5.5 x 3.3"
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Do any of your On-air lights have drivers as described?: your lights have STEP 11- CONNECT AN ON AIR LIGHTThe console has a logic output for triggering an external On Air Light.This installation procedure requires a professional technician to select an interface for driving the On Air light that you have chosen. Some lights require low voltages (such as 24VDC) and others require 110VAC. Some have built in drivers, but most do not.
Asked by: STEPHEN M.
We had to do some rewiring. It came with an LED strip and the voltage was too high for the strip. Had to get a regular light bulb. It wasn't too difficult and looks great, but wasn't plug and play.
Answered by: Heather F.
Date published: 2019-04-23

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Can this just be lugged into wall socket to turn on?
Asked by: Mitchel M.
Yes. I had an electrician do it, since I don't have those skills. I turn on/off a switch when we need to.
Answered by: Stuart S.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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