Pushbutton, E-stop boxes
Carlo Gavazzi's new line of plastic enclosure boxes, push-pull mushroom button, and emergency push button series provide additional solutions within pilot device offerings.
Carlo Gavazzi has launched the PBBOX series, the PB22SPP, and the EMPB series in addition to their pilot device products, expanding current offerings. The PBBOX series provides a line of plastic enclosure boxes for push buttons and pilot lights. A push-pull mushroom button (PB22SPP) provides another option for stopping machinery, and the EMPB series provide an all-in-one solution for emergency stops.
- High quality, UL approved ABS plastic
- Choice of 1– 5 holes
- Black base with the choice of grey or yellow covers
- Rubber gasket between base and cover
- Multiple sealed cable gland knockouts
A push-pull mushroom head push button is added to the line of switches and indicator lights. The PB22SPP is available in 40 mm and 60 mm head sizes. This sought-after option to the twist-to-release mushroom buttons comes in red.
The EMPB is a complete Emergency Stop Push Button Station. It comes complete with the box with yellow cover, twist-to-release emergency stop button, placard printed with ‘Emergency Stop,’ contact block holder, and the choice of the type of contact block configuration (1 or 2 contacts, snap or slow action, normally open or normally closed).
Carlo Gavazzi Inc.
- Edited by Amanda McLeman, Control Engineering, www.controleng.com
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