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  • Main
    range of product
    series name
    Heavy duty
    product or component type
    Limit switch
    product specific application
    Hazardous location box
    device short name
    body type
    head type
    Rotary head
    fixing mode
    By the body
    movement of operating head
    type of operator
    Zinc spring return without operating lever (low differential) 9007C lever
    switch actuation
    From left and right
    CW and CCW
    type of approach
    1 or 2 programmable direction lateral approach
    electrical connection
    (AWG 22...AWG 12) screw-clamp terminals, 1...2
    cable entry
    1 entry for 1/2" - 14 NPT conforming to ANSI B1.20.1
    number of poles
    contacts type and composition
    contact operation
    Snap action
    positive opening
    level or class
    Class I Division 1 Groups B/C/D
    Class II Division 1 Groups E/F/G
    sale per indivisible quantity
    body material
    head material
    function available
    switch function
    contact form
    Form ZZ
    contacts material
    Silver contacts
    terminals description ISO n°1
    minimum torque for tripping
    maximum actuation speed
    90 ft/min with 45° cam angle, levers only
    130 ft/min with 30° cam angle, levers only
    tripping angle
    5 °
    maximum displacement angle
    90 °
    repeat accuracy
    +/- 0.001 in linear travel of cam
    [Ie] rated operational current
    1.2 A at 600 V AC, A600 conforming to NEMA
    1.5 A at 480 V AC, A600 conforming to NEMA
    3 A at 240 V AC, A600 conforming to NEMA
    6 A at 120 V AC, A600 conforming to NEMA
    0.11 A at 250 V DC, R300 conforming to NEMA
    0.55 A at 125 V DC, R300 conforming to NEMA
    [Ithe] conventional enclosed thermal current
    10 A
    [Ui] rated insulation voltage
    600 V degree of pollution 3 conforming to UL 508 for contact block
    600 V degree of pollution 3 conforming to CSA C22.2 No 14 for contact block
    [Uimp] rated impulse withstand voltage
    2.5 kV AC for 1 min conforming to CE
    2.2 kV AC for 1 min conforming to UL
    2.64 kV AC for 1 s conforming to CSA
    short-circuit protection
    10 A by CC fuse, protection type: non-time delay
    electrical durability
    1000000 cycles
    local signalling
    mechanical durability
    10000000 cycles
    2.72 in
    6.1 in
    2.79 in
    product weight
    2.5 lb(US)
    shock resistance
    60 gn (duration = 9 ms) conforming to IEC 60068-2-27
    vibration resistance
    25 gn (f = 10...150 Hz) conforming to IEC 60068-2-6
    NEMA degree of protection
    NEMA 2 conforming to Nema type 250
    NEMA 4 conforming to Nema type 250
    NEMA 6 conforming to Nema type 250
    NEMA 6P conforming to Nema type 250
    NEMA 12 conforming to Nema type 250
    NEMA 13 conforming to Nema type 250
    NEMA 1 conforming to Nema type 250
    IP degree of protection
    IP67 conforming to IEC 60529
    electrical shock protection class
    Class 0 conforming to IEC 61140
    ambient air temperature for operation
    -20...185 °F for hazardous location
    ambient air temperature for storage
    -20...185 °F
    environmental characteristic
    Standard environment
    protective treatment
    Epoxy powder coat
    Offer Sustainability
    RoHS (date code: YYWW)
    Product environmental profile
    Product end of life instructions
    Need no specific recycling operations
    Contractual warranty
    Warranty period
    18 months
  • Documents and Downloads

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    CAD files for 9007CR61A2: NEMA Square D 9007 Limit Switches, 9007C Heavy Duty SemiModular 39mm Metal Body, 9007A2 rotary low diff. spring return CW+CCW, NEMA 7/9 rotary low diff. spring rtn CW+CCW (Version 2.0)
    CAD for 9007CR61A2: LIMIT SWITCH 600V 10AMP C +OPTIONS (Version 1.0)
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