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.

12/08/2010


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.

The PBBOX

  • 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).

www.GavazziOnline.com

Carlo Gavazzi Inc.

- Edited by Amanda McLeman, Control Engineering, www.controleng.com



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