03855-002 2.25" Push Button with Key Lock, Operating Force 4 lb by Rees

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03855-002 2.25" Push Button with Key Lock, Operating Force 4 lb by Rees
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  • Brand:Rees
  • Part #:03855-002
  • SKU:ID94492
Condition: new
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Features:

The following switch is a hand operated, key lockable, control circuit device, rated 'Heavy Duty' normally for use with electromagnetic equipment. The yellow cover, painted with a dry powder paint, is made from die-cast zinc. The red plastic mushroom plunger is solid color throughout.

  • Gold plated contacts eliminate high resistance tarnishing
  • Nema 12/13, IP 65

Each captive terminal will accept (2) #14 AWG stranded wires. Each switch is supplied with all mounting hardware and a solid santoprene rubber gasket which provides an oil tight seal upon installation. The mechanical life of this device is 500,000 operations.

This switch can be found on a variety of machines such as punch presses and press brakes as "RUN", "START" or "STOP" buttons.

The red plunger "Positive Break" style complies with all standards for 'emergency stop' applications. The rugged construction and long term reliability of this switch makes it extremely well suited to function within various industrial/commercial environments.

Electrical Ratings:

  • "HEAVY DUTY - A600 / N300"
  • Listed under UL 508 - File # E 58589
  • Certified under CSA C22.2 - File # LR 3648
  • CE Compliant IEC/EN 60947-5-1

Environmental Temperature Range:

  • Operating: +32°F to +131°F (0°C to +55°C)
  • Storage: -40°F to +185°F (-40°C to +85°C)
  • Note: Operating temperatures at 0oC are based on the absence of freezing moisture and liquids.

WARNING

These products should only be used where point-of-operation guarding devices have been properly installed & maintained so that appropriate OSHA and ANSI B11.1 regulations & standards are met. Misapplication of the products on machinery lacking effective point-of operation safeguards can cause serious injury to the operator of that machinery.

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