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GN615.7 Spring Plunger, with Limit Switch, Steel

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Type S - Normally open

Type O - Normally closed

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Product Description 

GN 615.7 Spring Plunger, with Limit Switch, Steel

Spring plungers GN615.7 are used for end stops as well as contacts.

An electrical control signal can simultaneously be released from the built-in limit switch.

Specification

Screw - Steel, nickel plated

Ball - Steel, hardened

Hexagon nuts - Steel, nickel plated

End limit switch - Voltage: 5 - 24 V DC

Switching load recommended: 5 - 10 mA

Switching load maximum:20 mA

Life expectancy: 3 millions operations.

Temperature range:, -10 °C to +80 °C

Protection classification : IP 40

Supply cable  PVC, Ø3

2 phase, ≈ 2 meters long 

max. tensile load 20 N

Grey - type S (normally open). Black - type O (normally closed).

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