General Purpose Foot Switch, Thermoplastic Momentary 2 X SPST 1.75 A 24V IPX7

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RS PRO General Purpose Un-guarded Foot Switches

RS PRO foot switches which are ideal for a number of applications. The low profile switch is designed for improved user comfort and is constructed from plastic with a raised tread pattern

Foot switches are commonly used on large machinery were hand operated switches are a safety concern. This foot controller pedal does not come with a guard and can be used in various environments.

RS PRO offers a range of footswitches and accessories to meet your requirements. The range has been RS approved meaning great value for money and high-quality you can rely on.

This range of foot pedal switches includes:
218-4245 – Momentary, Single Pole Double Throw (SPDT)
218-4267 – Momentary, Single Pole Double Throw (SPDT)
251-2224 - Momentary, Single Pole Double Throw (SPDT), Yellow cover and black base
325-2692 - Momentary, Single Pole Double Throw (SPDT), Green cover and black base
325-2686 - Momentary, Single Pole Double Throw (SPDT), Red cover and black base
325-2715 – Momentary, 2 NO
513-5145 – Momentary, 2 X SPST, medically approved

Features and Benefits:

Front hinged, low profile switch
Raised tread pattern
Foot or palm operation
Momentary (non-latching) action with SPDT contacts
Supplied with 2m of cable
Dual version - 2 N/O contacts with a common connection. The physical barrier between pedals prevents accidental simultaneous operation
Single foot switch also available in Red (RS 325-2686) Green (RS 325-2692) and Yellow (RS 251-2224)
Operating temperature: -5°C to +40°C

Typical Applications

Foot switches are commonly used in applications where hands-free control is more practical or safer. They can be found on:
Industrial machinery and smaller power tools
Hospital beds
Dentist Chairs
Lamps

FAQs

What are the different types of switching options?
Switches are components that switch a circuit on or off by making contact or breaking contact, the two most common are:
Non-latching (Momentary) – this type of foot switch makes contact when you push it but breaks contact when you release it.
Latching (Maintained) – this type of foot switch needs to be pressed once for ON and again for OFF

Why would you use a footswitch?
As these switches are operated by the person’s feet, this means that their hands are free so therefore allows the individual to multitask.

Specificaties
Kenmerk Waarde
Contact Configuration Single Pole Single Throw (SPST)
Switch Operation Momentary
Case Material Thermoplastic
Contact Voltage Rating AC 24V
Contact Voltage Rating DC 24V
Contact Current Rating 1.75 A
Switch Environment General Purpose
IP Rating IPX7
Contact Material Silver
3 op voorraad - levertijd is 1 werkdag(en) (EU-voorraad)
41 op voorraad - levertijd is 1 werkdag(en) (UK-voorraad)
Prijs Each
95,87
(excl. BTW)
116,00
(incl. BTW)
Aantal stuks
Per stuk
1 +
95,87 €
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