SPDT (Single Pole Double Throw) A SPDT switching element has one normally open, one normally closed and one common terminal. Three terminals mean that the switch can be wired with the circuit either normally open (N/O) or normally closed (N/C).
DPDT (Double Pole Double Throw) A DPDT switching element has six electrical terminals. In simple terms, it is two SPDT switching elements operating simultaneously at the same settings. This type of switch can handle two independent circuits without using a relay.
Normally Closed Switching Element A Normally Closed (NC) Switching Element is one in which the terminals are wired so that current can flow through the switching element until the plunger pin is actuated to open the circuit.
11 A at 125/250 Vac Resistive, 5 A at 28 Vdc, 0.5 A at 125 Vdc
15 A at 125/250/480 Vac Resistive 0.5 A at 125 DC, 0.2 A at 250 DC
Electrical - Free Leads
Available selections listed below, free leads are standard.
18" (45 cm) Free Leads
18" (45 cm) Teflon Leadwire
Available electrical contact materials listed below, silver is standard.
1/2" Male NPT
c-UL, U.L./CSA Explosion Proof: Div. 1, 2 hermetically sealed electrical assembly P/N 17-51 (17-73 for M model option), listed by both Underwriter’s Laboratories, Inc. (File No. E32961) and Canadian Standard Association (CSA)Testing Laboratories (File No. LR22921) for hazardous locations, Class 1, Groups A, B, C, and D; Class 2 Groups E, F, and G.
Process Connection Material
Available O-ring materials listed below, Buna-N is standard.