Grabwire Switch, DPST-1NO, SPST-NC, 120 V, 6 A, 24 V, 2.8 A

CLSB4B - Grabwire Switch, DPST-1NO, SPST-NC, 120 V, 6 A, 24 V, 2.8 A

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The CLSB4B is a double-pole single-throw and single-pole double-throw momentary Cable Pull Limit Switch with 1NO-1NC contact type, it is designed for signaling application and it is not to be used as emergency stop device. When using direct acting contacts, this provides a means to manually force disconnection of a normally closed control circuit by pulling on an attached cable. This momentary switch causes contact transfer if the cable is manually pulled and held. When the cable is released, switch contacts return to their original state and it has direct-acting contacts.
  • 1/2" NPT Connection
  • Blue body
  • Optional direct acting contacts enhance reliability
  • Compact size of single head switches fits into tight spaces
  • Duplex versions available with high visibility pilot light


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Snap action contact blocks and the smart distributed output version should be used for monitoring only. These types of switches should not be used in control circuits.

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