Siemens 2 Position Rotary Switch, Knob, Spring Return Actuator

  • RS-stocknr. 453-3172
  • Fabrikantnummer 3SB3500-2LA11
  • Fabrikant Siemens
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Selector Switches - Non-illuminated, 2 Position

The 3SB35 series of selector switches are metal, round and have a mounting diameter of 22mm. This series of actuators are supplied with a holder.

Non-illuminated
2 switching positions (O – I)
Momentary contact or latching versions
Standard, heavy duty or with long handle versions
Protection rating of IP67

PHASE OUT NOTIFICATION

This product is in obsolescence mode and is due for discontinuation by the manufacturer. We recommend that you review the new pushbutton range SIRIUS ACT which is the alternative range proposed by the manufacturer. Please refer to the 3SB3 / SIRIUS ACT cross-reference guide located in the technical reference section.

Specificaties
Kenmerk Waarde
Number of Positions 2
Actuator Type Knob, Spring Return
Niet meer leverbaar – bekijk hieronder eventuele alternatieven of neem contact op met onze Customer Service
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