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Main range of productXR and XF product or component typeOvertravel limit switches device short nameXF9 electrical circuit typePower circuit product specific applicationSafety of hoisting equipment materialAluminium alloy (case) type of operatorManual latching, restricted by a padlockable device number of poles4 [Ie] rated operational current, Ie = 130 A) 2-pole schemeAC-3, Ie = 65 A) 3-pole scheme Complementary resetManual reset switch actuationHorizontal approach maximum displacement angle75 ° contacts type and compositionWithout auxiliary contact block contact operationSnap action [Ithe] conventional enclosed thermal current160 A at -25...40 °C 2-pole scheme80 A at -25...40 °C 3-pole scheme [Ui] rated insulation voltage600 V conforming to CSA C22.2 No 14500 V conforming to IEC 158-1500 V conforming to IEC 947-4500 V conforming to VDE 0110 group C rated breaking capacity1000 kA at 500 V 2-pole scheme conforming to IEC 158-1630 kA at 660 V 2-pole scheme conforming to IEC 158-1 cable cross section1 flexible cable 2.5...16 mm² with cable end1 flexible cable 2.5...25 mm² without cable end1 solid cable 2.5...25 mm² without cable end2 flexible cable 2.5...16 mm² without cable end2 flexible cable 2.5...6 mm² with cable end2 solid cable 4...16 mm² without cable end cable entry3 entries tapped for Pg 29 cable gland product weight3.83 kg Environment standardsIEC 158-1VDE 0660IEC 947-1NF C 63-110IEC 947-4 product certificationsCSA protective treatmentTC ambient air temperature for operation-25...70 °C ambient air temperature for storage-40...70 °C IP degree of protectionIP54 conforming to EN/IEC 60529 Offer Sustainability RoHS (date code: YYWW) Contractual warranty Warranty period18 months
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