The power failure alarm continuously monitors 120V AC power outlets and if there is an interruption, the LED flashes and a 103dB beeping alarm sounds to let you know. The alarm can be silenced by pushing the green button. A selectable "snooze alarm" feature will cause the alarm to sound again every 30 minutes until the fault is corrected.
The only power failure device with plug detection; if your plug becomes unplugged from the power fail alarm itself, this is detected electrically and the alarm sounds.
Simple installation, just pop in the (included) long-life lithium battery. After that you are protected for the next 10 years.
Very loud beeping audio buzzer - 103dB at 2 ft will never be missed even in noisy factories.
Extremely low power consumption allows the lithium battery (incuded) to last up to 10 years**. Will alarm for 50 hours straight with the supplied Lithium battery. After that time, if battery power is low due to excessive alarming time, a low-battery warning alarm sounds for many weeks.
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Flexible logic so it can detect millisecond blips, (useful for computer equipment) or only report power outages longer than 10 seconds. Optional mode for a 15-minute delay for either the audible alarm or auxilliary output.
Auxiliary output can trigger an autodialer, wireless transmitter, or other remote devices. Can either supply 9VDC or provide a contact closure.
Includes a secure screw-mounting tab for critical process monitoring equipment, freezers, heaters, pumps, fans and more.
PFA-1 - Standard model.
PFA-2 - Has outputs for connection to external devices like building alarms. Contact close or 9V output. (both 5 second duration) Connected by wire to external device.
PFA-3 - Usually used for plug configurations other than NEMA 5-15P. (North American 120V) Voltages up to 250VAC. Note: no plug detection feature. Wall mounted.
PFA-4 is the same as the PFA-1 but has a built-in flashlight.
PFA-5 is mounted in a weatherproof box with beacon LED. Suitable for different voltages and cord configurations.