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  • Noncontact Safety Interlock Switches-Image
    Noncontact Safety Interlock Switches - (85 companies)
    ...and covers. The switch can be tripped by a simple action such as opening a door. Tripping the switch can turn a machine off, preventing damage to both a human operator and the machine. Noncontact safety interlock switches work by coupling a moveable door... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Magnetic Proximity Sensors - (242 companies)
    ...a barrel or rectangular housing although limit switch, slotted or "U" channel switches and ring or "doughnut" configurations are also available. Threaded barrel and rectangular housing. Image Credit : AutomationDriect.com / RS Components. A barrel body... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Reed Switches - (123 companies)
    Reed switches are magnetically actuated switches. They are typically manufactured with two ferromagnetic reeds (contact blades), which are sealed in a glass capsule. In the presence of a magnet, the blades (contacts) close. Reed switch types... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Limit Switches - (430 companies)
    Limit switches are electromechanical or solid state devices that require the physical contact of an object with the switch 's actuator to make the contacts change state. How to Select Limit Switches. Image credit: Assured Automation | AA Electric... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Rotary Limit Switches - (157 companies)
    How to Select Rotary Limit Switches. Rotary limit switches use physically-actuated levers to rotate a shaft and operate the contacts in a switch, making them change state. Most products feature a rugged design and are suitable for factory... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Linear Limit Switches - (177 companies)
    Linear limit switches are electromechanical devices that require physical contact between a target object and switch activator to make the contacts change state. How to Select Linear Limit Switches. Image credit: Allied Electronics | Parker Hannifin... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Reed Relays - (96 companies)
    Reed Relays. Image credit: Newark | Digi-Key Corporation. Reed relays are electromechanical devices that operate using one or more reed switches. Understanding Reed Relays. Reed relays are electromechanical relays that consist of a reed switch... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Pushbutton Switches - (650 companies)
    How to Select Pushbutton Switches. Flush pushbutton switch. Image Credit: Automationdirect Raised pushbutton switch. Image Credit: Digi-Key Recessed pushbutton switch. Image Credit: Schurter. Pushbutton switches are mechanical switches defined... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Thermostats and Thermal Switches - (671 companies)
    ...switches: bi-metal disc or snap action, reed switch, magnetic reed switch, mercury switch, rod and tube with different temperature coefficients, and gas-actuated or vapor-tension. Important performance specifications to consider include maximum... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Switch Sealing Boots - (51 companies)
    Switch sealing boots protect switches from contaminants such as dirt, dust, gas, and liquids. They are generally tough, pliable silicone rubber devices for toggle, pushbutton, rocker, and rotary switches. Accordion bellows and protective boots guard... Search by Specification | Learn More
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...cycles before they. eventually fail. Switching high current electrical loads can. further cut into their life expectancy. In addition, low cost. Reed switch. reed switches can sometimes deliver multiple switching. points as the twin lobes of certain magnets pass by. Lastly,. reed switches installed...

...floats that activate reed switches when the liquid level rises or falls, providing an output signal. Available in Form A and B contact types, the magnetically operated, hermetically sealed proximity switches require no external power and handle switching voltages up to 400 V dc. Designed to be mounted...

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