59140-020 - 

Reed Switch, 59140 Series, Flange Mount, 20.32 mm, SPST-NO, 10 W, 300 Vdc, 0.5 A

HAMLIN 59140-020

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The 59140-020 is a flange mounting Reed Sensor with SPST high voltage normally open contacts and occupies only 3.22cm² board spaces. The case design of this miniature sensor enables screw or adhesive mounting and the wires exit from top right hand side. It is capable of switching up to 265VAC/300VDC at 10VA. Hermetically sealed, magnetically operated contacts continue to operate long after optical and other technologies fail due to contamination. Operates through non-ferrous materials such as wood, plastic or aluminum and available with left hand exit.
  • Magnetically-operated position sensor
  • Excellent for switching microcontroller logic level loads
  • Customer-defined sensitivity
  • No standby power requirement


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