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TEMCo 100 pc Micro Limit Switch Short Roller Lever Arm SPDT Snap

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TEMCo 100 pc Micro Limit Switch Short Roller Lever Arm SPDT Snap

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Product description

Size:100 Qty

TEMCo's micro and limit switches are all snap action. What does this mean?

"p"In snap action contacts, the movement of the actuator applies force to an overcenter mechanism. This mechanism creates a quick change in contact state when the trip point is reached. Reversing the motion of the actuator to a given reset point causes the contacts to snap back to their original position.

"p"Snap action contacts have different trip and reset points. The distance between the trip and reset point is called the travel to reset, hysteresis, or differential. Finite travel to reset helps to avoid multiple changes of state if the object actuating the switch is subject to vibration.

"p"Snap action contacts ensure repeatable performance in applications that involve low speed actuators. The amount of travel of the contacts is also not dependent on the amount of travel by the actuator.

"p""b"Type: Short roller lever arm"br""b"Rated work current: 16 A"br""b"Contact resistance (initial value): 15mΩ maximum"br""b"Contact material: Silver nickel/Silver Cadmium"br""b"Insulation resistance (initial value): 100 MΩ min. (tested at 500VDC)

"p""b"Voltage (withstanding): "br""b"Open contacts: AC 1000V 50/60 Hz 1 min"br""b"Between chassis amp; contacts/Ground amp; terminal: AC 2000V 50/60Hz 1 min

"p""b"Shock resistance: "br""b"OF 0.49 N type: Under 98 m/s²"br""b"OF 0.98 N type: Under 196 m/s²"br""b"OF 1.96 amp; 3.92 N type: Under 294 m/s²

"p""b"Vibration resistance: 10 - 55 Hz, 1.5 mm double amplitude"br""b"Mechanical Life: 10,000,000 operations minimum"br""b"Electrical Life: 100,000 operations minimum"br""b"Ambient temperature: -25 to +80°C (without frost or condensation)"br""b"Humidity: Under 85% (about +5 to 35°C)"br""b"Operating Force Max (N): About 2.33 N"br""b"Warranty: 5 Years

TEMCo 100 pc Micro Limit Switch Short Roller Lever Arm SPDT Snap

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