Specialty Product Technologies Datasheets for Rotary Limit Switches

Rotary limit switches use physically-actuated levers to rotate a shaft and operate the contacts in a switch, making them change state. Most products feature a rugged design and are suitable for factory and/or industrial applications; however, because these switches contain mechanical parts, they wear over time. Typically, rotary limit switches are slower than noncontact, electrical devices such as proximity sensors and photoelectric sensors.
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Product Name Notes
Single Pole Limit Switch, Standard Environment -- EA040 Designed for applications where a nuetral position is essential in operation. This series provides the same snap locking action of the other series of the SNAP-LOCK® switches.
Single Pole Limit Switch, Navy Marine -- EA780 / EA790 The EA780 switches have sliding, double break type contacts built to meet the high shock requirements outlined in MIL-S-901. The EA780 switches are available in two contact arrangements 1 N.O.
Double Pole Limit Switch, Hazardous Location -- EA800
Triple Pole Limit Switch, Hazardous Location -- EA800
The Series EA-800 hazardous location limit switches operate reliably where gases, vapors, and dust are potential explosion hazards. The switch bodies are carefully engineered to resist corrosion.
Triple Pole Limit Switch, Standard Environment -- EA700 The versatility of the SNAP-LOCK® mechanism is gained through the use of a series uniquely designed cams. The cam and cam mechanism allow features such as bi-directional operation and generous...
Single Pole Limit Switch -- EA150 This series of switches were designed for sensing small, lightweight objects. Rotary units are gravity returned and have 360° toal travel either clockwise or counter-clockwise. Oscillating units are spring return...