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A crossbar limit switch is a type of limit switch that utilizes a crossbar mechanism to actuate and control the electrical contacts. A limit switch is a device that is commonly used in industrial automation to detect the presence or absence of an object, or to monitor the position of a machine component. When the object or machine component reaches a certain position, it activates the limit switch, causing it to change its state and send a signal to control other devices or machinery.
The crossbar mechanism in a crossbar limit switch typically consists of a horizontal bar that moves along a perpendicular axis. When the moving part (such as a lever or actuator) reaches a specific position, it engages with the crossbar, causing it to move and actuate the switch. This movement can lead to the opening or closing of electrical contacts within the switch, triggering an electrical signal.
Limit switches, including those with crossbar mechanisms, are often used in a variety of applications, such as conveyor systems, robotics, assembly lines, and other automated processes. They help ensure the proper functioning of machinery, provide safety features, and contribute to the overall control and automation of industrial processes.
Product details of Cross Bar Lever Limit Switch are given below:
According to IEC/EN 60947-3
Self extinguishing thermoplastic housing VO uL 94
IP65 Double insulation IEC/EN60529
Prepared with aluminum rods 6x300 mm with
indicator position 0
n1 Cable entry O 22,5
Operating -25 Degree to 55 Degree centigrade
Storage -30 Degree centigrade to 70 Degree centigrade
According to IEC/EN60947-3, uL508
Rated insulation voltage Ui: 690V
Rated thermal current Ithe: 16A
Frequency: 50/60 Hz
Rated short circuit withstand current (gG 20A-690V)