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924CE1-S6 RS Electronics Honeywell S&C Not Provided 10 Amp, 1NC/1NO, NO-Contact, Miniature Electromechanical Safety Switch; Slow Action contacts; Break Before Make; Top Pin Plunger Actuator; Cable length of 6ft; Rated at 10A, 125 to 250 Vac; Maximum Operating Force of 5.1lbs;
2982809 PHOENIX CONTACT USA Not Provided Relay socket - 2982809 6.2 mm PLC actuator basic terminal block with load return line connection (BB), spring-cage connection, 24 V AC/DC input voltage, without relay or solid-state relay. Note: if fitted with a PDT relay, only the N/O contact is led out.
2900448 PHOENIX CONTACT USA Not Provided Relay socket - 2900448 6.2 mm PLC actuator basic terminal block with load return line connection (BB), Push-in connection, 5 V DC input voltage, without relay or solid-state relay. Note: if fitted with a PDT relay, only the N/O contact is led out.
2900450 PHOENIX CONTACT USA Not Provided Relay socket - 2900450 6.2 mm PLC actuator basic terminal block with load return line connection (BB), Push-in connection, 24 V AC/DC input voltage, without relay or solid-state relay. Note: if fitted with a PDT relay, only the N/O contact is led out.

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