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Safety Interlock Switch, 1NO, 2NC, 10A@240V
- Item # 11T872
- Mfr. Model # GKNA21
- UNSPSC # 39121509
- Catalog Page # 356
- Shipping Weight 0.35 lbs.
- ItemSafety Interlock Switch
- StyleMulti-Entry Key Operated (Straight, 90 Degrees , or Spring Key)
- AC Contact Rating100mA to 10A @ 240V
- DC Contact Rating100mA to 10A @ 250V
- Contact Form1NO, 1NC, Direct Opening, Slow Action
- NEMA Rating1, 4 (Indoor Only), 12, 13
- IP Rating67
- Operating Temp. Range-13 Degrees to 185 Degrees F
- Contact MaterialSilver
- Conduit Size1/2" NPT
- Body MaterialPlastic
- Description/Special FeaturesCommon Footprint Safety Switch for Multiple Applicability, Multiple Contacts, Multiple Key and Wiring Entry Points, Mechanical Life 500,000 Cycles, Shock 50G per IEC 68-2-27, Vibration 10G per 68-2-6, 0.5 lb. Extraction Force
- Operating Force5 lb.
- StandardscULus, CE, CCC, SIL 3 Capable
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