2 direction tilt switch, 16A 250V

These tilt switches are designed to switch off the power supply of portable electric radiator heaters or other position sensitive devices. Flat and compact, they are easy to integrate in the control boards.

Electrical life (cycles at rated value)

Electrical rating

Voltage

Max operating temperature (°C)

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Description

Applications

These tilt switches are designed to switch off the power supply of portable electric radiator heaters or other position sensitive devices. Flat and compact, they are easy to integrate in the control boards.

 

Main features

Installation: Wall mounting by two M4 screws.

Electrical rating: 16A 250V resistive, 50000 cycles.

Contact: SPDT.

Angular operation diagram: The contact between C and 1 is closed between 0° and 40 + / -15° angular from vertical and opens when this angle is greater, means in case of tilting of the heater.

Temperature: max. 85°C.

Case material: PA66, UL94 VO .

Connection: 6.3 x 0.8 tabs.

Contact operation diagram

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