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KHJK CHFENG-Switch TZ-3111 XTZ-3111 IP67 4Wire Roller Lever Plun

Product description

Specification:
Product Name: Limit Switch
Model: TZ-3111
Actuator Type: Roller Plunger Type
Rated Voltage:
AC-15: 5A 250V
DC-12: 2A 30V
Contact Configuration: COM-Black, NC-Red, NO-White, E-Green/Yellow
Wire Length: 3M
Body Size: 48.5 x 40 x 16mm (L*W*T)
Mounting Hole Size: 5.2mm (D)
Mounting Hole Distance: 25mm

The roller plunger can be operated in a wide range by employing a cam, Dog, cylinder, or auxiliary actuator.
Position detection accuracy is high.

Operating Characteristics:
OF max.: 1800gf (17.76N)
RF min.: 450gf (4.41N)
PT max.: 1.8mm
OT min.: 3mm
MD max.: 0.2mm
OP: 34.3+/-1mm

Description:
Double circuit limit switch with build-in double reed mechanism.
Aluminium alloy shell, strong and hightly rigid construction.
Smooth operation with highter OT.
Prewired design.
This Limit Switch can be widely used in various mechanical to monitor the position of moving parts of machines and control circuit and auxiliary circuit for terminal limit protection.

KHJK CHFENG-Switch TZ-3111 XTZ-3111 IP67 4Wire Roller Lever Plun

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