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Sub-Miniature Switch

Sept. 9, 2014
Crouzet Switches' sub-miniature, double break switch is fitting in low voltage applications for auxiliary signaling contacts such as in contactors, miniature circuit breakers, disconnectors, timers, fuse holders, and lightning arrestor units.

Crouzet Switches' sub-miniature, double break switch is fitting in low voltage applications for auxiliary signaling contacts such as in contactors, miniature circuit breakers, disconnectors, timers, fuse holders, and lightning arrestor units.

Key Features:

·      Max rating 5 A at 250 Vac

·      Double break changeover switch (SPDT -form Za)

·      Momentary or maintained function

·      Rear, side or front outputs

·      Wide choice of actuators for symmetrical mounting

·      Compact size

·      Maintained function/Bi-stable version

·      Controlled by push/pull action on levers of various lengths

·      Max operating temperature: up to 150 °C

Applications include valves and actuators, detection/switching units for positioning,  pumps for level detection (with Bi-stable version), electrical equipment, and  low voltage applications for auxiliary signaling contacts.

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