ZF Electronic Systems Pleasant Prairie, LLC Datasheets for Pushbutton Switches

Pushbutton switches are mechanical switches defined by the method used to activate the switch. The activation method is typically in the form of a plunger that is pushed down to open or close the switch.
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Features: Compact pushbutton switch complying to IP65 AC and DC electrical ratings Single-pole and double-pole configurations Lighted and non-lighted versions available Maintained-action and momentary options Snap-in mounting
Features: Double-pole panel mount pushbutton switch Momentary, Push-Pull (reset) and Cheat Interlock versions Long-life coil spring, snap-action mechanism Agency approved extended-life versions available VDE approval available on select models (F...
Features: Line interrupt panel mount pushbutton Choice of button barrier or standard housing Double make / double break shorting bars Minimum 3mm minimum contact gap Agency approved extended-life versions available...
Features: Single-pole panel mount pushbutton switch Momentary, Push-Pull (reset) and Cheat Interlock versions Long-life coil spring, snap-action mechanism Agency approved extended-life versions available VDE approval available on select models (F...
Wireless mushroom pushbutton switches feature an internal electrodynamic energy generator. No battery required. Displacement of the actuator generates power to send a unique, coded telegram to one or more compatible,...
Wireless pushbutton-style command device features an internal electrodynamic energy generator. No battery required. Displacement of the pushbutton actuator generates power to send a unique, coded telegram to one or more...