Safety Switches Cover Bases

June 6, 2008
Designed for use in a range of workplace safety applications, a line of mechanical safety switches are constructed of durable thermoplastic or rugged zinc alloy metal.
They are capable of withstanding demanding installation environments. The most commonly used types are offered, including key interlock door switches, hinge-mount switches, pull wire switches and standard limit switches with manual reset buttons. The safety switches are available in four different body sizes, including the most popular industrial styles. Ten different contact configurations are offered. Five different cable gland entry options are available, satisfying most popular global standards. All switches carry the UL, CSA and CE marks. Carlo Gavazzi Automation Componentswww.GavazziOnline.com847.465.6100

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