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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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.
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.
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.
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...
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...