Sealed limit switches with M12 connector

Microprecision Electronics' MP700 series of sealed limit switches are available with an M12 connector that is integrated directly into the housing for easy and flexible interfacing to a bus interconnect box.

06/07/2016


Microprecision Electronics' MP700 series of sealed limit switches are available with an M12 connector that is integrated directly into the housing for easy and flexible interfacing to a bus interconnect box. Courtesy: Microprecision ElectronicsMicroprecision Electronics' MP700 series of sealed limit switches are designed to connect to sensing devices to industrial bus systems. The switches are available with an M12 connector that is integrated directly into the housing, thus making for easy and flexible interfacing to a bus interconnect box. This feature allows for a simple and detachable cable connection as an alternative to the common potted cable solution. This option is implemented for 30 and 35mm housing sizes which reflects the 20mm "EN" and 25mm "US" mounting style. Metal housing for rugged outdoor applications as well as plastic housing for indoor use are both offering this new feature. A five-pin version is used in the MP740/60 metallic cases and a four-pin for the MP730/750 plastic cases. All cases are IP67 sealed. The electrical rating is adapted to the power specification of M12 connectors for 4 A up to 120Vac and 3A for 240 Vac. 

Microprecision Electronics SA

www.microprecision.ch

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