Andon Lights

Stack-Lights and Lighted Signal Devices have many uses. They can be used as indicator lights for automated machinery or as status lights in production facilities. They are often called Andon lights an are used in Lean manufacturing environments.'s lights use high-quality LEDs. The Indicator lights are bright and long-lasting. All lights are equipped with an audible alarm that can be triggered as needed.
  • SL60 - Andon Tower Lights can be ordered configured to fit your application. They come in from one to five levels.
  • MC50 - LED Stack Lights contain one light that can turn RED, Green and yellow. Each Light is equipped with a buzzer and state of the art LED.
  • MC60 - These Status Lights can change colors three colors Green, Red, and Yellow. They come with a built-in buzzer and are an attractive addition to any machine or production line.
  • SLM - LED Tower Lights are made with an anodized aluminum housing and are durable and attractive. They have a built-in alarm and have three levels Red, Green, and Yellow. 
  • SLM48 - Machine Status Lights. LED turns Red, Green or Yellow. Ideal for an industrial status signal. Built-in 95dB buzzer.
  • SL30 - These Mini Stack Lights have three levels. Red, Green or Yellow. They have a built-in buzzer and are ideally suited for small machines.
  • SBSL60 - This stand-alone 110V Andon System comes pre-assembled and ready to use. The systems can be ordered from 1 to 5 levels high. Each light is controlled by its own independent switch. The Signal Light control box is attached to the tower lights so this system is ideal for applications where the tower lights and control switches need to be located together. 
  • SBSL60R - This Andon System is identical to the SBSL60 system with the added ability to position the Signal device switches in a different location than the tower lights. A cable connects the switch box to the signal light tower. The standard cable is 6 feet long. The Andon system can be ordered with a custom length cable. Call for this and other custom options. 

Also see: Stack Light Color Codes Explained