NEMA Limit Switches
The industry standard for reliable Limit Switch performance since 1902.
Since 1924, Telemecanique Sensors brand limit switch has been synonymous with quality and dependability, firmly establishing itself as the industry leader. The 9007 series limit switches are designed to withstand harsh industrial environments and are available in a wide range of options. Some of the variations include
9007 AO/CO Heavy Duty snap switches with a plastic body and a broad selection of operator styles and contact arrangements in 10 and 15 A versions.
9007MS/ML Heavy Duty metal Miniature enclosed switches with a 39mm metal body, potted and pre-wired with cable, and with side or bottom cable and connector options available.
9007C Heavy Duty metal Limit Switches, compact and standard, with 39mm plug-in bodies or 69mm fixed body for hazardous locations. Available with more than 20 heads and 200 levers styles, this range offers a wide range of options.
9007 AW Heavy duty metal industrial precision oil tight enclosed switches with unique features, micrometer adjustable and low temperature operation. Compatible with 9007C range levers.
9007 T/FT Mill and Foundry for Severe Duty applications convertible sequences, 59mm housing, including spring return, maintained, neutral position and two-step sequential versions. Extended operating and reset forces and heavy-duty contacts that will break 20A AC/DC.
L100/300 Mill and Foundry for Severe Duty fixed sequences 59mm housing, available in 2-pole or 3-pole configurations including spring return, maintained, neutral position and two-step sequential versions. Extended operating and reset forces and heavy-duty contacts that will break 20A AC/DC.
L525 Belt Conveyor Monitoring Limit Switch, 59mm housing with rolling pin style lever arm for mounting on the side of the conveyor belt. 2 step contact sequences available in various configurations for activating warning alarm and stop signal as the belt drifts sideways.
L140/2153 Rope Pull Switches, 59mm housing. Available single or dual cable versions with 1, 2 or 3 maintained contacts in various configurations. Typically used to signal a stop command for a conveyor belt.
The range of Telemecanique Sensors Limit Switches: It’s the limit switch that set the industry standard…available in virtually any configuration!