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Low-Energy Limit Switches

Bulletin 802T Low-Energy Limit Switches have welded gold and silver alloy contacts to provide a protective barrier against surface oxides. These switches also incorporate a prism-shaped crossbar contact to provide high pressure that will penetrate foreign particles which could prevent contact closure.

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Presence Sensing Brochure Limit Switches Technical Data

Overview

  • Connect directly to PLC input
  • Optimized for low energy use
  • Alternative to glass-enclosed reed switches or solid state devices
  • Alternative to oversized power contacts
  • Suitable for machine connectivity and low-voltage circuits

Low-Energy Limit Switches


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Certifications
  • CE Marked for all applicable directives 
  • CSA Certified
  • UL Listed
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Documentation

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Presence Sensing Brochure SENSOR-BR001
Limit Switches Technical Data LIMIT-TD001
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Applications

Typical applications for the Low-Energy Limit Switches include:

  • Material handling
  • Packaging
  • Food processing
  • Transportation

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