Intraground Non Illuminated Selector Switch, Number Of Steps: 2, Contact Configuration: 1 NO/1 NC, Contact Rating: 10 AMP At 600 VAC, Enclosure: NEMA 3, 7C, 7D, 9E, 9F, 9G, Mounting: Surface Mount With 1/2 IN NPSM, Operation: Maintained,
For Conjunction With Contactors Or Magnetic Starters For Remote Control Of Motors
1 NO/1 NC
NEMA 3, 7C, 7D, 9E, 9F, 9G
UL 508, UL 698, UL 1203 , E10449, E81751 UL Listed, Class I, Division 2, Groups B, C, D, Class II, Division 1 And 2, Groups E, F, G And Class III
Surface Mount With 1/2 IN NPSM
Nonmetallic construction with metal imbedded grounding grid; No need to install special wires and parts for grounding; Special grounding wire furnished with each box provides safe grounding when cover is removed; selector switch contacts are silver cadmium oxide which are sealed in lower phenolic chamber isolated from corrosive elements; Corrosion resistant stainless steel teflon coated hex head cap screws hold covers to body; Aluminum housing, nylon knobs and cams and sealed phenolic contact block
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