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CW1300-1 - 

Tilt Switch, 15 °, 60 Vac, 0.25 A, Nickel

CW1300-1 - Tilt Switch, 15 °, 60 Vac, 0.25 A, Nickel

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Manufacturer Part No:
CW1300-1
Newark Part No.:
09WX7017
Product Range
CW1300 Series
Technical Datasheet:
(EN)
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Product Overview

The CW1300-1 from Comus is a non mercury tilt sensor. These operate when tilted from the horizontal position. The switch movement required to cause contact change is called the differential angle. It is very important when designing a tilt switch to allow the differential angle and understand that when in the horizontal position the switch contact may be open or closed.
  • Maximum switching voltage is 60VAC/DC
  • Maximum switching current is 0.25A
  • 22.3mm length
  • 4.7mm diameter
  • Maximum switching capacity is 3VA
  • Maximum contact resistance is 30 ohm
  • Make angle is 10° below horizontal, break angle is 10° above horizontal and 15°differential angle
  • Operating temperature range from -37° to 100°C
  • Tin plated case material
  • Hermetically sealed & inert gas filled sensor

Applications

Industrial, Consumer Electronics, Portable Devices

Product Information

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Nickel
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15°
:
250mA
:
60VAC
:
CW1300 Series
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