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Global Limit Switch, Side Actuator, SPDT
- Item # 12U234
- Mfr. Model # GLCA01A2B
- UNSPSC # 39121509
- Catalog Page # 405
- Shipping Weight 0.65 lbs.
- ItemGlobal Limit Switch
- Actuator StyleRotary Lever Arm
- Actuator LocationSide
- Electrical ConnectionScrew Terminals
- Wiring Entry1/2"-14 NPT Conduit
- Contact FormSPDT, Snap Action,1NC/1NO
- Voltage Rating300AC/250DC
- NEMA Rating1, 4, 12, 13
- IP Rating67
- TravelPretravel (PT) 26 Degrees ; Overtravel (OT) 49 Degrees ; Differential Travel (DT) 11.5 Degrees ; Operating Position (OP) 26 Degrees
- SeriesHoneywell GLC/GLS
- Operating Temp. Range-40 Degrees to 185 Degrees F
- Actuator Length1.34" to 3.11"
- Roller Dia.0.75"
- Roller Width0.25"
- Roller MaterialSteel
- Body MaterialZinc Die Cast
- Arm MaterialSteel
- Operating Force1.1 in.-lb.
- StandardsUL, CE, CSA, CCC. IEC 947-5-1, EN60947-5-1, UL508, UL746-C
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