5002 - 

Tilt Switch, 15 °, 1 A, 120 Vac/dc

5002 - Tilt Switch, 15 °, 1 A, 120 Vac/dc

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The 5002 is a Non-insulated Tilt Switch makes when the electrode is tilted below horizontal and break when tilted above horizontal. Travel to make to break is the maximum included angle. The component to which the switch is attached must have a total tilt angle greater than the maximum included angle for proper operation.
  • Hermetically sealed
  • Sele renewing contacts
  • Reliable
  • Long life
  • Low contact resistance
  • Metal construction


Sensing & Instrumentation, Industrial

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DURAKOOL - 5002 - TILT SWITCH 5 5 1 1
Mercury tilt switch This switch handles up to 2 amperes and its all-metal exterior construction makes it easy to mount and use. It would be good if a lower cost way to ship it would be used; nearly $12 delivery for a very small, very lightweight, very rugged part is very costly. November 11, 2014
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