Lasermet Low Voltage LED Warning and Room Information Signs


These LED signs operate from 24V DC and can be used as stand alone units or alternatively can be automatically switched by a Lasermet ICS safety access control system. Being relatively compact they can be mounted between door handle and eye height which ensures that they will be seen by someone intending to enter the door. A range of hazard warning signs and room information signs are available.

Low energy signs: Utilising the latest LED technology, these signs are ultra low energy with a power consumption of only 3.6W.

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Lasermet Large Area Low Voltage LED Signs - Ultra Range


The result of an intensive development programme, the Lasermet Ultra Range of LED signs offer state of the art LED technology in a highly aesthetic design.

Ultra Slim Design

With a thickness of only 24 mm these signs are the ultimate in slim-line design and can be wall mounted at any height without causing any form of obstruction or hazard.

The signs are constructed of an aluminium extrusion with textured matt black powder coat finish, moulded black plastic end caps and tinted acrylic front panel, giving a highly desirable appearance.

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Lasermet Slim Jim - The Thin Profile Backlit LED Sign


Slim Jim is the new thin profile backlit LED sign from Lasermet.  Measuring approximately 11mm thick, this extremely thin LED sign runs directly from 230V AC mains power with no additional power supply or transformer.

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Lasermet Low Profile Fluorescent Illuminated Warning Signs


Lasermet’s Illuminated Laser Warning Signs are 68 mm deep and are provided as single, double or triple message signs. The double and triple message signs have a black panel and are semi-secret when off. All signs incorporate the latest fluorescent low energy bulb technology, with two bulbs per section providing redundancy in the case of bulb failure.

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