TL70 Tower Lights - Wireless

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A bigger, brighter tower light indicator is available as modular segments or pre-assembled with the flexibility to customize as needed and change positions in the field.

  • Big and bright 70 mm tower lights have two banks of LEDs
  • Rugged, water-resistant IP65 housing with UV stabilized material
  • Customize lights for your application by selecting solid ON or flashing for each light segment
  • Color segments available in one-color, two-color, and three-color models
  • Audible segments available in tone selectable 92 dB or 101 dB modules, multi-tone modules that enable a unique tone for each of up to four events, and programmable audible modules that allow for a user created custom alert or announcement
  • Supports up to six one-color segments, up to five one-color segments plus one audible module, or one multicolor segment and a single one-color or audible module in one device
  • Indicator segments appear gray when off to eliminate false indication from ambient light
  • Match your machine with a choice of black or gray housing
  • User friendly with just a few easy steps to complete installation

       

Technical Literature

Date
Type
Size
TL70 Wireless Node Segment -- Datasheet
13 Feb 2018
Datasheet
774K
TL70 Wireless Modular Tower Light -- Datasheet
12 Feb 2018
Datasheet
1.4MB
TL70 Multicolor Tower Light Module -- Datasheet
7 Dec 2017
Datasheet
116K
TL70 Modular Tower Light -- Instruction Manual
12 Oct 2017
Product Manual
978K
TL70 Modular Tower Light -- Quick Start Guide
11 Oct 2017
Datasheet
385K
TL70 Loud Multi-Tone Audible Tower Light Module -- Datasheet
14 Jul 2017
Datasheet
195K
TL70 Universal AC Voltage Modular Tower Light -- Datasheet
26 Apr 2017
Datasheet
899K
TL70 Wireless MultiHop Modular Tower Light -- Datasheet
4 Apr 2017
Datasheet
1.6MB
TL70 Programmable Audible Tower Light Module -- Datasheet
25 Jan 2017
Datasheet
312K
Date
Type
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TL70 Modular Tower Light (Czech)
08/01/16
Datasheet
1.1MB
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Type
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TL70 Modular Tower Light (French)
02/09/16
Datasheet
1.1MB
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Type
Size
TL70 Modular Tower Light (German)
02/09/16
Datasheet
1.1MB
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Type
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TL70 Modular Tower Light (Italian)
02/15/16
Datasheet
1.1MB
Date
Type
Size
TL70 Modular Tower Light (Portuguese)
01/19/15
Datasheet
1.1MB
Date
Type
Size
TL70 Modular Tower Light (Spanish)
01/19/15
Datasheet
1.1MB

Software

Date
Type
Size
GUI TL70 PROGRAMMABLE AUDIBLE
8 Mar 2017
Software
2.6MB
Sample Sound Files
8 Mar 2017
Software
1.5MB

Product Data Files

Date
Type
Size
Vehicle Detection Solution Configuration Files
9 Jun 2017
EDS Files
8K

Marketing Literature

Date
Type
Size
TL70 Modular Tower Light Sell Sheet
1 Feb 2018
Product Brochure
1.1MB
Machine Monitoring and Indication Solutions
20 Jun 2017
Product Brochure
1.6MB
Date
Type
Size
Machine Monitoring and Indication Solutions
09/21/17
Product Brochure
1.8MB
TL70 Wireless Tower Light Sell Sheet
09/21/17
Product Brochure
2MB
Date
Type
Size
TL70 Modular Tower Light Sell Sheet
01/30/18
Product Brochure
2.7MB
Date
Type
Size
TL70 Modular Tower Light Sell Sheet
01/29/18
Product Brochure
1.4MB
Date
Type
Size
TL70 Modular Tower Light Sell Sheet
01/30/18
Product Brochure
2.8MB
Date
Type
Size
TL70 Wireless Tower Light Sell Sheet - Portuguese (BR)
03/07/16
Product Brochure
1.8MB
Date
Type
Size
TL70 Wireless Tower Light Sell Sheet - Spanish (MX)
03/07/16
Product Brochure
1.8MB
Date
Type
Size
TL70 Modular Tower Light Sell Sheet
Modüler Kule Ișık
08/01/16
Product Brochure
641K
TL70 Wireless Tower Light Sell Sheet
08/01/16
Product Brochure
693K

Solution Guides

Date
Type
Size
Solutions Guide: Loading Dock & Mobile Pick-up
23 May 2017
Other
1.2MB
Solutions Guide: Machine Monitoring
29 Jun 2017
Other
979K

Wireless FAQs

Question:
How do you turn the TL70 wireless tower light on from across the plant? How do you turn it on from the machine? Are there inputs on the unit? 
Answer:
The wireless TL70 tower light can be operated as part of a Banner Engineering wireless network. This can either be a MultiHop system or a Gateway-Node network. In either network, a signal to another Banner wireless device can be an input to tell the wireless TL70 tower light to turn on. This input can be tied to whichever segment of the tower light is desired.

The wireless TL70 tower light has input wires and these can be used in two different ways. The first is that the wires can control the light segments locally at the machine. The other option is to use these input wires as auxiliary inputs which can be monitored on the wireless network.
 
Question: How do you choose between the Gateway-Node version of the TL70 wireless tower light and the MultiHop version?
Answer:
Banner Engineering radios can operate in two different types of networks. A Gateway-Node network has up to 47 nodes bound to a single gateway. The gateway is an entrance point to the network and communicates with each node to retrieve and send information at each point. In this network there is no node-to-node communication. This means that the range of the network is limited to the range between the node and the gateway.

In the MultiHop network, radios can be set as repeaters, and are used to communicate at further distances, or if there is physical interference for the network.
 
Question:
What is the radio range of the TL70 wireless tower light? 
Answer:
The line of sight range of the 900 MHz wireless TL70 tower light is up to 2 miles. The 2.4 GHz wireless TL70 range is up to 3,280 feet. This range will decrease with interference, such as physical objects, in between the radio. 

Question:
Do you need to use an external antenna with the TL70 wireless tower light?
Answer:

The wireless TL70 tower light is built with an internal antenna so no external antenna is necessary.
 

General FAQs

Question:
How many light segments can be used in the TL70 tower light? How many audible segments can be used? 
Answer:
The TL70 tower light can have up to 6 light segments, or 5 light segments and an audible. 
 
Question: How many audible tones can a single TL70 tower light produce? Can you have different audible tones in the same segment? 
Answer:
Only one audible alarm segment can be used per tower light. There are 4 different audible alarms available for the TL70 tower lights, some of which are capable of having different tones (Multi-Tone Audible and Programmable Audible).
 
Question:
How loud are the audible tones?  
Answer:
The audibles will vary in loudness from 75-101 dB; 75 dB is similar in loudness to a vacuum cleaner, and 101 dB is similar to a jackhammer. 

Question:
How bright are the LEDs in the TL70 Tower Light?  
Answer:

The brightness of the LEDs depends on the color. Below are the lumen output levels of each color (typically at 25 °C):

  • Green: 92
  • Red: 40
  • Yellow: 22
  • Blue: 32
  • White: 125
  • Orange: 33
Question:
What is the lifespan of the LEDs? Can you replace burnt LEDs?
Answer:
The lifespan of the LEDs is over 50,000 hours. It is extremely rare to burn out LEDs; it is much more likely that the light will be damaged before the LEDs burn out. It is not possible to replace individual LEDs, however, it is possible to replace individual light segments (see datasheet for model numbers).
 
Question:
Can the TL70 Tower Light be seen outside in direct sunlight?
Answer:
One of the major benefits of the TL70 tower light is that the light segments appear gray when they are not lit up; this allows for reliable visibility when the tower light is used in outdoor applications.
 
Question:
How do you make the tower light segments flash?
Answer:
Each tower light segment is capable of flashing. Dip switches 7 and 8 on the segments determine if the segment will be solid, flashing at 1.5 Hz, or flashing at 3 Hz.
 

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