Allen-Bradley 440N-G02008 Guardmaster Non-Contact Switch
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Manufacturer Rockwell / Allen Bradley
Mfg Catalog # 440N-G02008
North Coast Part # 17318

Features

  • High switching current (up to 3 A, 110V AC)
  • Various contact arrangements
  • High switching current (up to 2 A, 250V AC)
  • High tolerance to misalignment
  • Plastic rectangular housing (IP67)
  • Non-contact actuation
  • Slim housings
  • Wide temperature range of -25...125 °C (-13...257 °F)
  • Ex Range version available
  • High switching current (2 A, 250V AC; 1 A, 24V DC)
  • Terminal connections
  • Metal housings (IP68)
  • High switching current (2 A, 250V AC)
  • High switching current (2 A, 250V AC; 1 A, 24V DC)
  • Stainless steel housing
  • Two sensing faces IP67 (NEMA 6P) Rating

Specifications

Product Type

  • Product Family: Ferrogard
  • Type: FRS 4
  • Housing: Plastic Rectangular Terminal Chamber Switch and Actuator
  • Type: None
  • Safety Contacts: 1 N.C.
  • Auxiliary Contacts: 1 N.O.
  • Switching Capacity: 250V AC, 2 A max.
  • Connection: Terminal Connector

Categories

Overview

UPC 61132016266
GTiN 00611320162660
Type Non-Contact, Type FRS 4
Material ABS Plastic
Connection Type Terminal Connector
Contact Type Reed
Family Brand Name Allen Bradley
TC Connection Terminals
Actuator Standard Actuator
Contact Configuration 1 N.C. Safety, 1 N.O Aux
Sub Brand Ferrogard, Guardmaster
Color Red
Terminal Type Screw
Applications For Isolation of Control Power to a Machine Primary Control Element
Temperature Rating -10 to 65 C
Blade Dimensions 69 mm L x 50 mm W x 36 mm D
Contact Rating 2 A at 250 VAC
Standard CUL,KC,UL

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