DPST Door Interlock Push Button Switch, 16 A @ 250 V ac

Product overview and Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Certificate of Compliance
COO (Country of Origin): CH
Product Details

Maintenance Over-ride Interlock Switch

Double pole, single throw, normally open
8mm contact gap
8mm creepage & air gap clearance
Maintenance override key supplied
Shrouded actuator to prevent accidental operation
Through hole or snap-in panel mounting
Optional terminal shroud
Contact Rating -16 A; 250 Vac
6.3mm Faston terminals

Approvals

UL; CSA; ENEC

Approvals

UL; CSA; ENEC

Specifications
Attribute Value
Contact Configuration DPST
Contact Current Rating 16 A @ 250 V ac
Terminal Type Tab
Minimum Operating Temperature -20°C
Maximum Operating Temperature +85°C
Operating Temperature Range -20 → +85°C
419 In stock for delivery within 3 working days
Price Each
HK$ 75.52
(exc. GST)
units
Per unit
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HK$75.52
15 - 49
HK$68.88
50 - 99
HK$66.02
100 - 499
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500 +
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