MICRO SWITCH™ Subminiature Basic Switches Z Series

Product Announcement from Honeywell Sensing and Internet of Things


Tried and true for more than 75 years, Honeywell’s MICRO SWITCH™ Z series subminiature snap-action basic switches are designed for simple or precision ON/OFF applications, combining small, lightweight size with ample electrical capability, cost effectiveness and long life.   

What makes Honeywell MICRO SWITCH™ Subminiature Snap Action Basic Switches better?

FEATURES:

  • Cost-effective switch in a compact package
  • Designed to operate in a variety of applications
  • 4 series with choice of low energy or power-duty electrical ratings
  • Amp ratings from 0.1 A to 10.1 A, and 16 A
  • IP67 rated sealing on select models to meet needs in harsh, demanding environments
  • Designed to meet a wide range of temperature requirements
  • Wide variety of electrical ratings, actuators, and electrical terminations to facilitate integration into control and/or monitoring circuits
  • UL/CSA, cUL, ENEC, and CE approvals

POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS:

 Industrial / Commercial:

  • Copy machines – paper position sensing
  • Cash registers – drawer open/close
  • Refrigerators with integral ice makers – water turn on/off
  • HVAC – Back pressure in exhaust outlet, float position for water level
  • Security systems and circuit breaker box– module interlock
  • Tamper switches – electric utility, computer modules
  • Small residential appliances
  • ATM equipment

 Transportation

  • Electric window control for automobiles
  • Automobile seat belt latch detection
  • Engine hood or trunk latch detection
  • Vehicle door latch detection
  • Vehicle mounted wheelchair lifts
  • Lawn tractor – reverse alarm, seat use indicator
  • Snowmobiles and Watercraft (Wave Runners) – on handle-bar controls

 Medical

  • Hospital bed – rail position, pendant controls
  • Infusion pumps – end of travel
  • Syringes - end of travel

MORE INFORMATION / DATA SHEETS:

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