Dynalco Datasheets for Zero Speed Switches

Zero speed switches are devices used to detect stoppage of a rotating shaft. They typically have one or more relays.
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Product Name Notes
SPEED SWITCH: over/under speed protection, transmitter with 4 standard relay setpoints, CSA General Classification The SST-2400A has 4 relay setpoints and receives signal input from a passive or active magnetic...
SPEED SWITCH: over/under speed protection, transmitter with 2 standard relay setpoints, CSA General Classification The SST-2200A has 2 relay setpoints and receives signal input from a passive or active...
SPEED TRANSMITTER, CSA General Classification and CE approved. Receives signal input from a passive or active magnetic pickup, shaft encoder, contact closure, flowmeter, etc. to provide proportional analog outputs. The...
SPEED TRANSMITTER: CSA: Cls I, Div 2, Grp C,D Receives signal input from a passive or active magnetic pickup, shaft encoder, contact closure, flowmeter, etc. to provide proportional analog outputs.
SPEED TRANSMITTER CSA Class 1, Division 2, Groups C, D Approvals: CSA and CE approved. The SST-2000A/H series is a highly configurable product.
SPEED SWITCH: over/under speed protection, transmitter with 2 sealed relay setpoints, CSA: Cls I, Div 2, Grp C,D. The SST-2200H has 2 sealed relay setpoints and receives signal input from...
The SW-200B provides reliable engine overspeed protection. It has three adjustable relay setpoints: number one is overspeed. Uses for the two auxiliaries include crank disconnect, generator field-flashing, and speed monitoring.
The SW-50 provides reliable engine overspeed protection and is fully field- programmable. It has two relay setpoints: one overspeed plus one auxiliary for crank disconnect, generator field-flashing, or other alarm.