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Sealed Contact Hazardous Location Limit Switches

Bulletin 802XR Sealed Contact Hazardous Location Limit Switches operate in atmospheres and locations defined as Class I, Groups B, C or D or Class II, Groups E, F or G in the National Electrical Code. Typical applications for this switch include refineries, distilleries, grain elevators and flour mills. For Class I, Division 2 locations, you can also use a Bulletin 802R limit switch.

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Presence Sensing Brochure 802R Sealed Contact Limit Switches Installation and Operating Instructions

Overview

  • Class I, Groups B, C, and D or Class II, Groups E, F and G
  • Multiple operator styles
    • Side rotary
    • Wobble stick
    • Adjustable top or side push
    • With or without rollers

Sealed Contact Hazardous Location Limit Switches


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Documentation

Resource Publication Number Language
Presence Sensing Brochure SENSOR-BR001
802R Sealed Contact Limit Switches Installation and Operating Instructions 802R-IN001
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Applications

Typical applications for the Sealed Contact Hazardous Location Limit Switches include:

  • Refineries
  • Distilleries
  • Grain elevators
  • Flour mills

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