4/23/2016

Limit Switch Connects with Current Molding Machinery

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The Strack Norma 7600-6 mechanical limit switch from Hotset America is equipped with a connector socket instead of a connector plug, complementing the connection options and cables found on current molding machinery.

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The Strack Norma 7600-6 mechanical limit switch from Hotset America is equipped with a connector socket instead of a connector plug, complementing the connection options and cables found on current molding machinery. A high-performance micro switch is located inside the switch housing, which is made of aluminum and is splash-proof according to IP 66. Corresponding connector cables, and testing and adjusting lamps also are available.

Strack Norma also offers an internal inductive limit switch that is equipped with inductive sensors, which are not subject to wear due to their non-contact operation and provide increased repeatability. Connecting cables and housings complete the connection with the molding machine.

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