Rugged, mechanical limit switches
New mechanical limit switches are constructed of durable thermoplastic or rugged zinc alloy metal.
Buffalo Grove, IL — Carlo Gavazzi
Carlo Gavazzihas released a line of mechanical limit switches for use in a variety of automation applications. The switches are constructed of durable thermoplastic or rugged zinc alloy metal to withstand demanding installation environments.
Limit switches come in six body sizes, including popular industrial styles. Ten contact configurations are available to meet most electrical requirements. Five cable gland entry options are offered to satisfy most popular global standards.
More than 50 operating head/lever options, including pushbutton, roller levers, and multidirectional levers, are offered for industrial or commercial application requirements.
Some of the smaller limit switch housings are filled with epoxy and pre-wired with a one-meter cable. All new switches carry the UL, CSA, and CE marks. List prices start at $15.10.
Carlo Gavazzi Inc.
Carlo Gavazzi Inc.
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