Plunger, Short Industrial Snap Action Switch; Series X
- Item # 2KRN9
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # X-10GD-B
- Catalog Page # 285
- UNSPSC # 39121505
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- Snap Action Switch Type Industrial Snap Action Switch
- Basic Actuator Type - Snap Action Switch Plunger
- Actuator Type - Snap Action Switch Plunger, Short
- Item Industrial Snap Action Switch
- DC Contact Rating - Snap Action Switch 10A @ 120V
- Contact Form- Switches SPDT
- Lever Actuator Length - Snap Action Switch Not Applicable
- Height - Snap Action Switch 0.95"
- Width - Snap Action Switch 1.94"
- Depth - Snap Action Switch 0.69"
- Electrical Connection - Snap Action Switch Screw
- Mounting Dimension - Snap Action Switch 1.00" Centers
- Number of Circuits - Snap Action Switch 1
- Watertight - Snap Action Switch No
- Series X
- Operating Force 18.00 oz.
- Max. Pretravel 0.035"
- Release Force 4.02 oz.
- Differential Travel 0.007"
- Over Travel 0.060"
- Operating Temp. Range -13 Degrees to 176 Degrees F
- Housing Material Phenolic
- Standards UL/ CSA/ LLOYD/ SEV/ IEC 1058-1
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