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Limit Rollout, Manual Reset, Opens 350
- Item # 6UED1
- Mfr. Model # 6UED1
- UNSPSC # 39121510
- Catalog Page # 3784
- Shipping Weight 0.01 lbs.
- Item Snap Disc Control
- Type Limit, Rollout, Manual Reset
- Switch Action Open on Rise
- Switch Type SPST
- Temp. Range (F) 350
- Height (In.) 1-1/4
- Width (In.) 3/4
- Depth (In.) 3/4
- Circuit #1 Switch Closes @ (F) Manually
- Circuit #1 Switch Opens @ (F) 350
- Inductive Amps @ 120V 3
- Inductive Amps @ 240V 1.5
- Resistive Amps @ 120V 15
- Resistive Rating 240V 10
- Voltage Range 120 to 240
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This switch has a reset button on the plastic housing between the terminals. If the switch cuts out on over temperature the reset button must be depressed to reset.
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