Standby Mini Blue – Siren and Control System – is a complete warning system with everything you need to install your basic warning equipment. The Mini Blue comes with or without PA functionality.
The system contains a Siren amplifier with country specific sounds, 100W loudspeaker, Microphone (system with PA), Operating Panel and a complete set of cables for installation of light bar and other warning lights.
One major benefit is a fast and easy installation of the Mini Bluesyste due to the plug and play configuration and the built in smart switches that replace the need for relays. All outputs are individually fused within the system and will automatically trip if an overload is detected. The fuse will then automatically reset when the fault is eliminated.
The Mini Blue system operates one light bar, four directional LED warning lights; two facing forward and two facing backwards, right and left LED alley lights, as well as high beam flashing or WigWag*.
Simply connect your light bar, LED lights (within the specification) and loud speaker to the labeled wires on the included harness. In addition, the system will supervise the battery status to prevent excess battery drainage. If the battery goes under 11V, the system will shut down all lighting except the Blue Light 360° (Light bar corner modules).
We have included the slim and elegant Mini-DIN with the system which is one of our most popular operating panels. The interface between the panel and the Mini Blue-system is via CAN-Bus, making it very reliable and easy to install. The distinct and illustrative symbols on the digits features an illuminated backlight, making it easy to operate in the dark. When a function is activated an indicator will light next to the digit that was pushed in order to remind the operator that the funtion is activated.
Mini Blue system is fast and simple to install for the mechanic and safe and easy to operate for the end user.
With SE05 Mini as an add-on, you can also control amber warning light.
*To enable the WigWag function, one relay is necessary but not for the High beam flash.