Innovative Technology Datasheets for Limit Switches

Limit switches are electromechanical or solid state devices that require the physical contact of an object with the switch’s actuator to make the contacts change state.
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Product Name Notes
CONTROL LIMIT TRACK TYPE CONTROL Control Limit Tack Type Control Switches Operate at 600 V maximum, ac or dc. Types of Operators for these switches are Roller lever - 460 FPM, Standard fork lever -...
POWER CIRCUIT LIMIT SWITCHES Crane Power Circuit Limit Switches are mounted on a crane trolley to prevent over travel of the crane hook when hoisting. These enclosed switches are available as single and duplex...
E49 MINIATURE DIN Designed to meet international standards, these miniature limit switches are ideal for applications where space is restricted. Featuring a nonmetallic housing and NEMA 4, 4X, 6P and 13, these sensors...
E49 COMPACT METAL Eaton's E49 Compact Metal Limit Switches feature a rigid, die-cast construction that ensures reliable, oil-tight, waterproof and dustproof sealing. When coupled with mechanical strength, these limit switches are an ideal...
E49 MINI METAL Eaton's E49 Mini Metal Limit Switches are the ideal switch for those who need a cost-effective, compact solution, but do not want to sacrifice durability. The small size, metal body...
LS-TITAN SAFETY Eaton's LS-Titan Safety Limit Switches offer economic insulated plastic or rugged metal enclosures designed for worldwide applications. Modular, plug-in operating heads and bodies make LS-Titan a flexible switching solution. These...
NON PLUG IN STYLE Eaton's Non-Plug-In Limit Switches are completely assembled devices for heavy-duty usage with a wide array of operating head configurations.
E47 COMPACT PREWIRED These compact, versatile limit switches feature a rugged die-cast aluminum alloy housing, cable connection and switch mechanism that are encapsulated for protection against extreme temperatures (–10 to 70°C), contaminants, moisture,...
HAZARDOUS LOCATION These limit switches are designed for extreme service in NEMA 7–9 environments, where there is potential danger of explosions, flammable gasses and vapors, metal alloy or grain dust. The design...