Impaxx Model IPX302-4DEU

Impaxx Model IPX302-4DEU
MODEL IPX302-4DEU
Installation Manual
2562516A
REV. A 1009
Printed in U.S.A.
Impaxx and Intelli-Flash are trademarks of Federal Signal Corporation.
Solaris is a registered trademarks of Federal Signal Corporation.
Plexus is a registered trademark of BTI Chemical Company Inc.
Contents
Safety Message to Installers and Service Personnel
of Warning Light Equipment................................................................... 1
Safety Message to Operators of Warning Light Equipment................ 4
Unpacking the Your Shipment................................................................ 5
An Overview of the Impaxx Series LED Light Heads.............................. 5
Installing the Impaxx Series LED Light Heads........................................ 6
Converting a Light Head from Controller to Follower
and Follower to Controller................................................................................. 6
Mounting the Impaxx to a Vehicle..................................................................... 8
Wiring the Impaxx in the Vehicle...................................................................... 10
Selecting a Flash Pattern.................................................................................. 12
Maintaining the Impaxx Series LED Light Heads.................................. 13
Cleaning the Light Heads ................................................................................ 13
Replacing the Mounting Hardware.................................................................. 14
Testing the System................................................................................ 14
Getting Technical Support and Service............................................... 15
Returning a Product to Federal Signal................................................ 15
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Safety Message to Installers and Service Personnel
of Warning Light Equipment
People’s lives depend on your proper installation and servicing of Federal
Signal products. It is important to read and follow all instructions shipped
with this product. In addition, listed below are some other important safety
instructions and precautions you should follow:
Before Installation or Service
Qualifications
• To properly install or service this equipment, you must have a good understanding of automotive mechanical and electrical procedures and systems,
along with proficiency in the installation and service of safety warning
equipment. Always refer to the vehicle service manuals when performing
equipment installations on a vehicle.
Light Hazards
• To be an effective warning device, this product produces bright light that
can be hazardous to your eyesight when viewed at a close range. Do not
stare directly into this lighting product at a close range or permanent damage to your eyesight may occur.
• Do not install the light system in an area that would block, impair or blind
the driver’s vision. Ensure that the light system is mounted in a position
that is outside of the driver’s field of vision, so the driver can safely operate
the vehicle.
• Federal Signal power supplies and light heads are designed to work together as a system. Combining light heads and a power supply from different
manufacturers may reduce the warning effectiveness of the lighting system
and may damage the components. You should verify or test your combination to ensure the system works together and meets federal, state and local
standards or guidelines.
Electrical Hazards
• Strobe systems present a shock hazard because they use high voltage to operate. Do not handle strobe cables, the power supply or bulbs or remove the
lens while the equipment is connected. Strobe systems can also hold their
charge even after they have been turned off. After disconnecting power to
the unit, wait five minutes before handling any parts of the strobe system.
• A light system is a high current system. For the system to function properly, a separate negative (–) connection and positive (+) connection must
be made. All negative connections should be connected to the negative battery terminal and a suitable fuse should be installed on the positive battery
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terminal connection as close to the battery as possible. Ensure that all wires
and fuses are rated correctly to handle the device and system amperage
requirements.
• Never attempt to install aftermarket equipment that connects to the vehicle
wiring without reviewing a vehicle wiring diagram available from the vehicle manufacturer. Ensure that your installation will not affect vehicle operation or mandated safety functions or circuits. Always check the vehicle
for proper operation after installation.
• The lighting system components, especially light bulbs, strobe tubes,
LEDs, and the outer housing, get hot during operation. Be sure to disconnect power to the system and allow the system to cool down before handling any components of the system.
• Halogen light bulbs and strobe tubes are pressurized and if broken, can
burst and result in flying glass. Always wear gloves and eye protection
when handling these components.
• Do not mount a radio antenna within 18 inches (45.7 cm) of the lighting
system. Placing the antenna too close to the lighting system could cause
the lighting system to malfunction or be damaged by strong radio fields.
Mounting the antenna too close to the lighting system may also cause the
radio noise emitted from the lighting system to interfere with the reception
of the radio transmitter and reduce radio reception.
• Do not attempt to wash any unsealed electrical device while it is connected
to its power source.
During Installation and Service
• DO NOT get metal shavings inside the product. Metal shavings in the
product can cause the system to fail. If drilling must be done near the unit,
place an ESD-approved cover over the unit. Inspect the unit after mounting
to be sure there are no shavings present in or near the unit.
• DO NOT connect this system to the vehicle battery until ALL other electrical connections are made, mounting of all components is complete, and
you have verified that no shorts exist. If the wiring is shorted to the vehicle
body or frame, high current conductors can cause hazardous sparks resulting in electrical fires or flying molten metal.
• DO NOT install equipment or route wiring (or the plug-in cord) in the
deployment path of an air bag.
• Before mounting any components, check the manual to be sure that the
component you are installing is suitable for use in that area of the vehicle.
Many components are not suitable for use in the engine compartment or
other extreme environmental exposure areas.
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• The service life of light bulbs and strobes tubes will be shortened if the
glass portion is touched during installation. Use gloves when handling
these components. If the glass portion has been touched, clean the glass
carefully with isopropyl alcohol.
• Before drilling into a vehicle structure, be sure that both sides of the surface
are clear of anything that could be damaged. Remove all burrs from drilled
holes. To prevent electrical shorts, grommet all drilled holes through which
wiring passes. Also, ensure that the mounting screws do not cause electrical or mechanical damage to the vehicle.
• Refer to the manual packed with the lighting system for proper electrical
connections, additional precautions and information.
• Because vehicle roof construction and driving conditions vary, do not drive
a vehicle with a magnetically mounted warning light installed. The light
could fly off the vehicle causing injury or damage. Repair of damage incurred because of ignoring this warning shall be the sole responsibility of
the user.
• To avoid denting the roof of the vehicle, place the lightbar mounting feet as
close to outer edge of the roof as possible.
• Roof damage can occur if the hook adjustment bolts are over-tightened.
Tighten adjustment bolts 10 to 11 ft-lb to prevent the lightbar from sliding
front-to-back when pulling on the mounting bracket.
• Locate the light system controls so the VEHICLE and CONTROLS can be
operated safely under all driving conditions.
After Installation or Service
• After installation, test the light system to ensure that it is operating properly.
• Test all vehicle functions, including horn operation, vehicle safety functions and vehicle light systems, to ensure proper operation. Ensure that the
installation has not affected the vehicle operation or changed any vehicle
safety function or circuit.
• Scratched or dull reflectors, mirrors or lenses will reduce the effectiveness of the lighting system. Avoid heavy pressure and use of caustic or
petroleum based products when cleaning the lighting system. Replace any
optical components that may have been scratched or crazed during system
installation.
• Do not attempt to activate or de-activate the light system controls while
driving in a hazardous situation.
• You should frequently inspect the light system to ensure that it is operating
properly and that it is securely attached to the vehicle.
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• After installation and testing are complete, provide a copy of these instructions to instructional staff and all operating personnel.
• File these instructions in a safe place and refer to them when maintaining
and/or re-installing the product.
Failure to follow all safety precautions and instructions may result in
property damage, serious injury, or death.
RETAIN AND REFER TO THIS MESSAGE
Safety Message to Operators of Warning Light Equipment
People’s lives depend on your safe use of our products. Listed below are some
important safety instructions and precautions you should follow:
• Do not attempt to activate or de-activate the light system control while
driving in a hazardous situation.
• Although your warning system is operating properly, it may not be completely effective. People may not see or heed your warning signal. You
must recognize this fact and continue driving cautiously.
• Also, situations may occur which obstruct your warning signal when natural and man-made objects are between your vehicle and others, such as raising your hood or trunk lid. If these situations occur, be especially careful.
• All effective sirens and horns produce loud sounds which may cause, in
certain situations permanent hearing loss. You and your passengers should
consider taking appropriate safety precautions such as wearing hearing
protection.
• To be an effective warning device, this product produces bright light that
can be hazardous to your eyesight when viewed at a close range. Do not
stare directly into this lighting product at a close range or permanent damage to your eyesight may occur.
• It is important that you fully understand how to safely operate this warning
system before use.
• You should only operate your vehicle and its light/sound system in accordance with your department’s Standard Operating Procedures.
• If a selected function does not perform properly or if any of the lamps remain illuminated when the control is off, disconnect the power connector
from the control unit and contact the nearest service center.
• At the start of your shift, you should ensure that the entire warning light
system and the siren system is securely attached and operating properly.
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• Suction cup mounting is for temporary applications only. The unit should
be removed from the window and stored securely when not in use. Temperature changes and sunlight can cause suction cups to lose holding power.
Periodically check the unit to be sure the suction cups have a firm grip on
the mounting surface. An improperly secured light could fall off of the
vehicle causing injury and damage.
• Holding power of magnetic mounting systems is dependent upon surface
finish, surface flatness, and thickness of the steel mounting surface. Therefore, to promote proper magnetic mounting:
✓ Mounting surface and magnets must be kept clean, dry, and free of
foreign particles that prevent good surface contact.
✓ Ensure that mounting surface is flat.
✓ A magnet mounting system should not be used on vehicles with vinyl
tops.
✓ To prevent sliding of light assembly on mounting surface, quick acceleration and hard stops should be avoided.
Failure to follow these safety instructions and precautions may result in
property damage, serious injury, or death.
RETAIN AND REFER TO THIS MESSAGE
Unpacking the Your Shipment
Each Impaxx™ comes with the mounting hardware shown in Figure 1 on page 9.
After unpacking the Impaxx Series LED Lights and mounting hardware, inspect
them for damage that may have occurred in transit. If a product has been damaged, do not attempt to install or operate it. File a claim immediately with the
carrier, describing the extent of damage. Carefully check all envelopes, shipping
labels, and tags before removing or destroying them.
An Overview of the Impaxx Series LED Light Heads
The Impaxx Series LED Light Heads are fully-sealed, low-current warning lights
that can be mounted on the inside or outside of the vehicle. Impaxx uses Solaris®
LED reflector technology to provide a bright and effective secondary warning
signal. Impaxx models have three LEDs that are either amber, blue, green, red,
or white with a clear lens. The Impaxx can also be ordered with colored lenses
matching the LED color.
LEDs are available in enhanced off-axis or focused configurations. Impaxx has an
internal flashing circuit with 23 selected flash patterns, including a Steady Burn
pattern for use with an external flasher. Patterns are selected by touching a patternselection wire to ground (−GND).
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Light heads can be set to synchronize, synchro-shift, or both. The synchronize/
synchro-shift feature is fully compatible with the Federal Signal Viper S2 warning
lights. Impaxx also has several floating-synch pattern sets that are within one flash per
minute of each other (Table 1 on page 12). If one light is set at 74 FPM and another at
75 FPM, for example, the lights appear to migrate in and out of synchronization.
All Impaxx models are designed for use with all Federal Signal switch controllers.
The Impaxx light head is supplied with a black polycarbonate bezel, a rubberized
gasket, and mounting hardware for surface mounting. The Impaxx has an operating temperature of −22 ˚F to +176 ˚F (−30 ˚C to +80 ˚C).
Installing the Impaxx Series LED Light Heads
LIGHT HAZARDS
To be an effective warning device, this product produces bright light that
can be hazardous to your eyesight when viewed at a close range. Do not stare
directly into this lighting product at a close range or permanent damage to
your eyesight may occur.
Before installing the Impaxx, read all instructions and plan all wiring and cable
routing. Use grommets, wire ties, looms, and cable mounts (installer supplied) as
needed to secure and protect the wiring.
The steps in the installation are:
1. Optional: Set a light head to control the flash patterns of one or more light
heads in the Impaxx system (see next section).
2. Mount the Impaxx system to the vehicle.
3. Wire the Impaxx system to the vehicle.
4. Select a flash pattern for the controller light head.
Converting a Light Head from Controller to Follower and
Follower to Controller
Several Impaxx light heads can be controlled through the selected flash pattern
of one controller light head. All Impaxx Series light heads are shipped as controllers. Before the start of your installation, determine which light head will be
the controller and which light head or heads will be followers.
LEDS AND LENS COLORS
The LED color and the lens color must match. Either use a clear lens or
match the color of the lens with the LED. Using a lens colored differently
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than the LED color will greatly reduce the light output and reduce the effectiveness of the light for emergency signaling purposes.
Failure to follow this warning may result in personal injury or death to you
or others.
SET ONLY ONE CONTROLLER
When putting together systems of Impaxx light heads, ensure there is only
one controller light head. If more than one light head in a system is a controller, the follower light heads will malfunction.
To convert a light head from controller to follower:
1. Connect the black wire from the light head to negative ground power
(–GND).
2. Apply 12 Vdc (+BAT) to the red wire from the light head.
3. Hold the green pattern-selection wire to negative ground power (-GND)
until the light head goes out then flashes once. This procedure will take
approximately 3 seconds to complete. While still holding the green wire
to negative ground power (-GND), wait one second, and then remove the
green wire from –GND. The light head will go to a full-power steady burn
for about (2) seconds and then to a low-power steady burn. This low-power
mode continues until the light head is connected to a controlling light head.
The patterns for the light head are now ready to be controlled by another
“controller” light head.
To convert a light head from follower to controller:
1. Connect the black wire from the light head to negative ground power
(–GND).
2. Apply 12 Vdc (+BAT) to the red wire from the light head.
3. Hold the green pattern-selection wire to negative ground power (–GND)
until the light head goes out then flashes once. This procedure will take
approximately 3 seconds to complete. While still holding the green wire
to negative ground power (–GND), wait one second, and then remove the
green wire from –GND. The light head has now been placed into pattern
#1, which is Null (off). Subsequent flash patterns can be achieved by tapping the green pattern-selection wire to negative ground power (–GND).
For information about available flash patterns, see “Selecting a Flash Pattern”
on page 12.
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Mounting the Impaxx to a Vehicle
ROOF SUPPORT STRUCTURE
There is a roof support member that spans the distance between the driver’s
and passenger’s side. DO NOT DRILL THROUGH THIS MEMBER! Adjust any hole locations until the holes can be drilled without going through
this support.
Failure to follow this warning will weaken the roof of the vehicle and may
lead to an increased chance of bodily injury or death in a roll-over accident.
LOCATING OPERATOR CONTROLS
Locate the light system controls so the VEHICLE and CONTROLS can be
operates safely under all driving conditions.
Failure to heed this warning could result in driver distraction or driver error while operating the vehicle.
SEAT REMOVAL PRECAUTION
If a vehicle seat is temporarily removed, verify with the vehicle manufacturer if the seat needs to be recalibrated for proper airbag deployment.
Failure to heed this warning could result in serious injury or death.
AIRBAG DEPLOYMENT
Do not install equipment or route wiring in the deployment path of an
airbag.
Failure to observe this warning will reduce the effectiveness of the air bag, or
potentially dislodge the equipment, causing serious injury or death.
DRIVER VISION
Do not install the light in a location that will obstruct or impair the driver’s
vision. Always locate the light out of direct view of the driver and test the
system to make sure excessive stray light from this light does not impair the
driver’s vision. Make sure you minimize both direct light and reflected light
from the driver’s vision.
Failure to follow this warning could result in injury or death.
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DRILLING PRECAUTIONS
Before drilling holes, check the area into which you plan to drill to ensure
you do not damage vehicle components while drilling. All drilled holes
should be deburred and all sharp edges should be smoothed. All wires going
through drilled holes should be protected by a grommet or convolute/splitloom tubing.
To mount the Impaxx LED module to the vehicle:
1. Determine the mounting location for the Impaxx module.
2. Using the bezel as a template, scribe the mounting-hole locations on the
mounting surface.
3. Scribe a wire-routing hole location on the mounting surface in the center
of the bezel.
4. Use a #34 drill bit to drill two 0.111-inch holes at the scribed mountinghole locations.
5. Drill a 0.500-inch hole at the wire-routing location.
6. Prepare the hole for the wires by removing all burrs and sharp edges, and
inserting grommets.
7. Route the wires from the module through the holes in the gasket and
mounting surface (Figure 1). Use grommets, wire ties, looms, and cable
mounts (not supplied) as needed to secure and protect the wiring.
8. Place the mounting bezel over the module and secure it to the mounting
surface with the #6 sheet-metal screws provided.
GASKET
Impaxx LED
LIGHT HEAD
#6-5/16
SCREWS
MOUNTING
BEZEL
Figure 1: Impaxx with mounting hardware
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Wiring the Impaxx in the Vehicle
WIRING PRECAUTION
Never attach both the orange wire AND the yellow wire from the CONTROLLER light head to the same FOLLOWER light head. Connecting
both signal wires to the same FOLLOWER will cause the light heads to
malfunction.
REVERSE POLARITY / MISWIRING
Reverse polarity or incorrect voltage may damage the light. To avoid damage to the light, ensure that the battery voltage is the same as the voltage
rating of the light and that the correct polarity is observed. If you are connecting to a cigarette lighter plug, connect the positive wire to the center
terminal and connect the negative wire to the outer terminal.
Make the connections shown in Figure 2 on page 11. For single light-head applications and applications using alternative flashing control, such as a Federal
Signal Intelli-Flash™, cut and seal the orange and yellow Impaxx wires.
FUSE ELECTRICAL SOURCES
Always fuse current/voltage sources with a fuse connected near the power
source. Be sure that the fuse is properly rated to protect the electrical load,
the wiring and the connectors used in the circuit.
Failure to follow this notice could result in vehicle or equipment damage.
IMPORTANT: You must place a fuse in line with the power connection. See
Figure 2 for the fuse recommendations.
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12 Vdc (+BAT)
FUSE*
ALTERNATING
RED
RED
CONTROLLER
LIGHT HEAD
ORG
ORG
BLACK
BLACK
FOLLOWER
LIGHT HEAD
GROUND (–GND)
* FOR 1 TO 4 LIGHT HEADS: 3 A FUSE
FOR 5 TO 8 LIGHT HEADS: 5 A FUSE
FOR MORE THAN 8 LIGHT HEADS: 10 A FUSE
12 Vdc (+BAT)
FUSE*
SYCHRONIZED
RED
RED
CONTROLLER
LIGHT HEAD
YELLOW
YELLOW
BLACK
BLACK
FOLLOWER
LIGHT HEAD
GROUND (–GND)
Figure 2: Wiring from one controller to one follower
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Selecting a Flash Pattern
When the light heads are connected in a configuration, the controller LED light
head can be used to control the flash pattern of the entire system.
To select a flash pattern:
1. Tap and remove the green pattern-selection wire from the controller light
head to negative ground power (–GND) as many times as needed to display
the pattern you want.
2. To reverse the direction of pattern selection, hold the green wire to negative
ground power (–GND) for slightly longer than one second, but less than
three seconds.
3. When finished, cut and seal the green wire.
Table1: Flash patterns for Impaxx Series LED Light Heads
Flash
Pattern
Description
Flash
Pattern
Description
1
75 FPM Single
14
75 FPM Double
2
Null (off)
15
150 FPM Triple
3
79 FPM Power Quad*
16
75 FPM Triple
4
150 FPM Single
17
5 Single @ 680 FPM
4 Single @ 216 FPM
5
151 FPM Single
18
4 Single @ 570 FPM
3 Single @ 246 FPM
6
74 FPM Single*
19
3 Single @ 460 FPM
2 Quad @ 75 FPM
7
240 FPM Single
20
Progressive (flashes
start slow and increase
in speed)
8
241 FPM Single
21
4 Single @ 154 FPM
2 Quad @ 75 FPM
9
240 FPM Double*
22
Random
10
241 FPM Double
23
3 quick flashes, then
stays in Steady Burn
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150 FPM Double
24
FedPulse 75
12
151 FPM Double
25
Steady Burn
13
74 FPM Double
*Conforms to CCR Title 13
Note: Single, Double, and Quad refer to the number of flashing intervals.
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Maintaining the Impaxx Series LED Light Heads
Periodically cleaning the Impaxx lenses using proper procedures and compatible
cleaners will prolong their service life.
There are no user serviceable parts contained within the light module; however
you can order replacements for mounting hardware.
Cleaning the Light Heads
CRAZING/CHEMICALS
Crazed, cracked or faded domes or reflectors reduce the light output and
the effectiveness of the lighting system. Domes or lenses showing this type
of aging must be replaced.
Failure to follow this warning may result in bodily injury or death to you
or others.
USE PROPER CLEANING AGENTS
Do not use cleaning agents that cause crazing such as strong detergents, solvents, or petroleum products. If crazing of lenses does occur, reliability of
the light for emergency signaling may be reduced until lenses are replaced
Failure to follow this warning may result in bodily injury or death to you
or others.
1. Rinse the mounting bezel and lenses with lukewarm water to loosen dirt
and debris.
2. Use a mild soap, lukewarm water, and a soft cloth to gently clean the plastic surfaces. To avoid damaging the lenses, do not use heavy pressure or
cleaners that are caustic, abrasive, or petroleum-based.
3. Rinse and dry the plastic surfaces with a soft cloth to prevent water spotting.
4. To remove fine scratches and haze, use a specialty plastic cleaner/polish
and a soft cloth. You can also use a high quality automotive paste cleaner/
wax that is non-abrasive.
The most effective product you can use for cleaning, protecting, and polishing
clear and colored plastics is Plexus® Plastic Cleaner, Protectant & Polish. Plexus is available in cases of twelve 13-ounce cans (PX13) from Federal Signal
Corporation. Over time, exposure to heat, sunlight, and smog causes plastic to
fade, discolor, scratch, or become brittle. Plexus seals the pores of the plastic,
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making the domes easier to clean, improving scratch resistance, and increasing
product longevity. Plexus is available in cases of twelve 13-ounce cans (PX13)
from Federal Signal Corporation.
Replacing the Mounting Hardware
For replacement parts, contact the Federal Signal Service Department at
[email protected] or call 1-800-433-9132, 7 am to 5 pm, Monday
through Friday (CT).
Table 2: Impaxx replacement parts
Description
Part Number
Mounting Bezel, Impaxx
8613137
Mounting Gasket, Impaxx
8613138
Testing the System
SOUND HAZARD
All effective sirens and horns produce loud sounds (120 dB) that may cause
permanent hearing loss. Always minimize your exposure to siren sound and
wear hearing protection. Do not sound the siren indoors or in enclosed areas
where you and others will be exposed to the sound.
LIGHT HAZARDS
To be an effective warning device, this product produces bright light that
can be hazardous to your eyesight when viewed at a close range. Do not stare
directly into this lighting product at a close range or permanent damage to
your eyesight may occur.
After installation, test the emergency warning system to ensure that it is operating
properly. Also test all vehicle functions, including horn operation, vehicle safety
functions, and vehicle lighting systems to ensure proper operation. Ensure that the
installation has not affected the vehicle operation or changed any vehicle safety
functions or circuits.
Do not test the sound and light system of the vehicle while driving. Operating
the vehicle warning systems may pose a hazard to the operator and other drivers
if the systems do not function as expected. Test the vehicle only in a controlled
environment.
After testing is complete, provide a copy of these instructions to the instructional
staff and all operating personnel.
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Getting Technical Support and Service
If you are experiencing problems or need service for the Impaxx, please contact:
Service Department
Federal Signal Corporation
Phone: 1-800-433-9132
Fax: 1-800-343-9706
Email: [email protected]
Returning a Product to Federal Signal
Before returning a product to Federal Signal, call 800-264-3578, 800-433-9132, or
800-824-0254 to obtain a Returned Merchandise Authorization number (RMA number). To expedite the process please be prepared with the following information:
•
Your Federal Signal customer or account number.
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The purchase order number under which the items were purchased.
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The shipping method.
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The model or part number of the product being returned.
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The quantity of products being returned.
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Drop ship information as needed.
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Any estimate required.
When you receive your RMA Number:
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Write the RMA number on the outside of the box of returned items.
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Reference the RMA number on your paperwork inside of the box.
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Write the RMA number down, so that you can easily check on status of the
returned equipment.
Send all material with the issued RMA Number to:
Federal Signal Corporation
2645 Federal Signal Drive
University Park, IL 60484-3167
Attn: Service Department
RMA: #__________
2645 Federal Signal Drive, University Park, IL 60484-3167
Tel.: (800) 264-3578 • Fax: (800) 682-8022
www.fedsig.com
© 2009 Federal Signal Corporation
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