22102-232 22.5 mm Operator, Red by Rees

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22102-232 22.5 mm Operator, Red by Rees
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  • Brand:Rees
  • Part #:22102-232
  • SKU:ID105789
Condition: new


The following switches are hand operated, control circuit devices, rated 'Heavy Duty' normally for use with electromagnetic equipment.  The body is made from die-cast zinc.  The mushroom shaped plungers are molded from DuPont Delrin 100ST Acetal for improved impact resistance and are solid colors throughout.

  • UL/NISD E357870
  • Nema 12/13, IP 65
  • Gold Plated Contacts

Each operator will accept up to three tiers of two contact blocks for a total of six separate blocks. Each operator is supplied with all mounting hardware and a Buna-N (NBR) o-ring which provides an oil tight seal upon installation. The mechanical life of these units is 1,000,000 operations.

These devices can be found on a variety of machinery, used to perform such operations as 'start', 'stop', 'top stop', 'inch', 'jog', 'on', 'off', 'forward', 'reverse', etc.

The 22102 series satisfies the requirements of IEC 60947-5-5 - 3.9 direct opening action (positive opening action) (of a contact element); when one or more of any of normally closed contact blocks are fitted on any red operator. This is commonly referred to as "Positive Break", meaning the breaking of the normally closed contact(s) is not dependent upon springs.

Electrical Ratings

HEAVY DUTY - A600 / N150

Environmental Temperature Range

Operating: +32oF to +131oF (0oC to +55oC)

Storage: -40oF to +185oF (-40oC to +85oC)

Note: Operating temperatures at 0oC are based on the absence of freezing moisture and liquids.


These products should only be used where point-of-operation guarding devices have been properly installed and maintained so that appropriate OSHA and ANSI B11.1 regulations and 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.