Position Sensors

Position Sensors

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Position sensors

Microswitches

Limit switches

Microswitches

Limit switches

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Crouzet on the Web...

Discover the new Crouzet website at the address below:

http://www.crouzet.com

Position sensors

Microswitches

Limit switches

Etc

Crouzet also invites you to browse through the complete offer in the form of electronic catalogues:

http://www.crouzet.com/catalogue_web

/int/ENG/accueil_ENG.htm

Microcontrol

Timers

Logic controllers

Control relays

Etc

To meet your maintenance requirements,

Crouzet offers you the Senior products site which lists a selection of products that no longer feature in our catalogues:

http://www.crouzet.com/OLC

This site will help you find the main technical characteristics of these products.

And of course, your Crouzet contact will gladly provide you with further information, or suggest the best alternative solution.

Micro-motors

DC motors

Brushless motors

Synchronous motors

Etc

Solid state relays

Solid state modules

Relay and opto-isolator modules

Etc

Pneumatic control

Valve modules

Solenoid valves

Detectors

Etc

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Position sensors

Applications ..............................................................................................................

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Customisation ..........................................................................................................

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Adaptation ................................................................................................................

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Microswitches

Selection guides and basic concepts ........................................................................

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Product presentation ..................................................................................................

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Limit switches

Selection guides and basic concepts ........................................................................

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Product presentation ..............................................................................................

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List of part numbers

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Applications

Crouzet: Providing solutions for your applications...

For more than 30 years Crouzet has been assisting its customers in the design and installation of automation products to meet all their equipment needs, whatever their business sector.

From adapted components to special products, Crouzet offers a specialist approach to meet your requirements.

Crouzet provides it customers across the globe with technical and industrial expertise to ensure that our solutions are perfectly integrated into your applications.

Agriculture

Special microswitches

• This series of sealed V4 microswitches mounted and wired on a connection bar detects the position of greenhouse ventilators.

Automotive industry

Sealed microswitch

• A microswitch directly linked to the in-car computer is used to determine the volume of the airbag according to the driver’s build.

Industrial vehicle

Adapted microswitch

Mounting this directly on the pedal assembly saves space and simplifies installation thanks to a clearance compensation system.

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Building management

Microswitch with high switch rating

• Upper and lower positions are detected via a reduction unit integrated in the drive motor.

• High inductive current (3 A) switching is combined with a high degree of electrical endurance.

Onboard equipment

Microswitch for a specific environment

• This sealed stainless steel component with a long driving stroke is vibration-resistant.

Cement works

Position detection

• Dust and dirt are pushed to the outside thanks to the wiper seal mounted on the control plunger.

• The reliability and service life of the detection system are significantly increased.

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Customisation

Crouzet: Customisation is our business...

To meet the growing demand for customisation, Crouzet’s expertise in terms of adapting products and their corresponding accessories is available to all customers.

Crouzet can customise its products for use in any type of environment or application to ensure perfect integration into any equipment.

Control devices

Even more adaptation for easier final mounting

Crouzet has developed considerable expertise in providing special button shapes which compensate for any faults or positioning drift of the control actuator.

Doing away with the need for a lever, and thus an additional accessory, minimises the cost of the function.

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Special contacts

The right contact for every environment

It is essential to know the operating environment for your equipment: high or low current,

AC or DC, type of load (inductive or resistive), industrial or corrosive atmosphere, occasional or intensive use. We advocate the use of the best metals, such as silver, silver nickel, silver palladium, gold-plated silver, solid gold.

Crouzet guarantees the operation of its products in all types of environment.

Seals

Even more solutions for demanding environments

Humid, dusty, gas-filled or corrosive atmospheres affect the reliability of your equipment.

There are numerous components available to provide effective protection for your contacts, including caps, boot seals, membranes, sealing resin, wiper seals.

Crouzet customises its products to ensure your installations operate correctly.

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Connections

A complete electrical function

Special connectors, customised wiring, customer bundles, dedicated terminals…

Crouzet delivers a complete electrical function.

You will benefit from shorter lead times and optimised function costs.

Control springs

The right force for each rating

The behaviour of a microswitch must match its application: the outward travel force (0.15 N to 5 N) may be different from the return force.

Mastery of these technical parameters is the guarantee of continuing accuracy and reliability over time.

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Special fixings

No effort is spared to make mounting easier

Mounting your product easily in its environment is an everyday challenge for the Crouzet teams.

Snap-on fixing, screw-fixing, crimping or pins are just a few examples of the numerous solutions available to meet all your requirements.

Special levers

Obtain the control data

Angled, curved, extended or retractable...

these special lever types can be used to extend the control device for easier adjustment, increase the operating force, resist high actuation torque or provide totally safe electrical isolation.

Crouzet’s wealth of experience makes designing and debugging your application much easier.

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Adaptation

Crouzet: Customised combinations of adaptations...

Crouzet offers a variety of actuators, with a wide actuation force range, for combination with basic components.

Crouzet can supply various ratings for its range of microswitches, depending on the type, volume and shape of the contact.

Force

5 N

10

1 cN

A range of levers:

Flat

Roller

Shaped

Flexible

With idle-return roller

Curved

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Types of covers:

Standard V3, V4

For front panels

For flush mounting

For special environments

Rating

22 A

1 mA

Possible connections:

With standard or special-purpose clips

With standard or customised wire/cable

With special connectors

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How to order

• Standard products

Specify the part number, in black.

Standard products, non stocked •

Specify the type and the additional characteristics below.

MICROSWITCHES

Type

Function

Connection

Actuators

Anchor position

Accessories

Fixing

LIMIT SWITCHES

Type

Function

Connections

Accessories

Sub-subminiature

Subminiature

Standardised according to EN 50047

Standardised according to EN 50041

Miniature

Limit switch

Protected

Compact according to NFC 63145

Sealed

For severe environments

Precision

Miniature

Safety

• Customisable products

This symbol indicates that the product can be adapted to your requirements. Please contact us to discuss your applications.

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Warning:

The product information contained in this catalogue is given purely as information and does not constitute a representation, warranty or any form of contractual commitment. CROUZET Automatismes and its subsidiaries reserve the right to modify their products without notice. It is essential to contact us for any special use/application of our products, and it is the responsibility of the purchaser to check, in particular using all appropriate tests, that the product used is suitable for the application. Our guarantee may under no circumstances be invoked, nor our responsibility sought for any application of our products such as, amongst others, modification, addition, use in combination with other electrical or electronic components, circuits or mounting systems, or any other inappropriate equipment or substance which has not been expressly approved by us prior to the finalisation of the sale.

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Minirupteurs

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Microswitch Selection Guide

Nominal current rating

Sub-subminiature microswitches p.22

83 228

83 229

5 A

at 250 V AC

p.24

83 141 1 A

at 250 V AC

Subminiature microswitches p.26

83 132 p.26

83 133

5 A

at 250 V AC

5 A

at 250 V AC

p.26

83 134 p.30

V4

5 A

at 250 V AC

10 A

at 250 V AC

5 A

0,1 A p.34

V4

Mushroom-head button

10 A

at 250 V AC

5 A

0,1 A

Miniature microswitches p.38

V3 20 A

at 250 V AC

16 A

10 A p.44

V3

Dual-current

0,1 A

at 250 V AC

p.48

83 160

16 A

at 250 V AC

10 A

6 A p.52

83 160 7A+ 6 A

at 250 V AC

max. operating force (N) max. differential travel (mm)

1,7

2

1,6

1,6

1,6

1,5

0,6

1,5 / 0,6

1,5

0,6

1,5 / 0,6

0,45

0,45

0,45

0,15

1

3 / 0,8

0,5

0,35

0,8 / 0,25 / 0,15 0,35

4 / 5

2

1

4

0,13

0,1

0,15

0,3 / 0,7

0,4

0,35

mechanical durability (cycles)

2 x 10

6

10

5

10

7

10

7

10

7

10

7

3 x 10

7

10

6

/ 3 x 10

7

10

6

2,5 x 10

6

10

7

/ 2 x 10

7

3 x 10

7

2 x 10

7

/ 5 x 10

7

10

7

/ 10

6

10

7

10

7

10

7 p.56

83 137 14 10

7 rotary action

5 A

at 250 V AC

0,12 N cm

(operating torque max.)

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Microswitch Selection Guide

Nominal current rating

Protected microswitches p.58

83 106 5 A

at 250 V AC

max. operating force (N) max. differential travel (mm)

4 / 0,45 / 2 0,5 mechanical durability (cycles)

10

7

/ 10

6 p.62

83 109 p.66

83 112 p.70

83 111

5 A

at 250 V AC

4

5 A

at 250 V AC

4

5 A

at 250 V AC

4

0,5

0,5

0,5

10

7

10

7

10

7 p.74

83 154 5 A

at 250 V AC

4 p.78

83 118 5 A

at 250 V AC

2,7

Waterproof microswitches p.82

83 139 6 A

at 250 V AC

3 / 0,25

0,65

0,09

0,35

10

7

5 x 10

7

10

7

/ 5 x 10

7

/ 0,6

1 p.86

V3 p.90

83 123 p.92

V4

8 A

5 A

0,1 A

at 250 V AC

5 A

at 250 V AC

4,5

7,5

10 A

at 250 V AC

6 A

3 A

3,4

2,5

2,5

0,35 / 0,07

0,2

0,1

5 x 10

6

2 x 10

6

10

6

2 x 10

6

2 x 10

6

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Basic technical concepts

These basic principles apply to all our precision switches. The specific characteristics of each model are given in more detail in the relevant product sections.

Introduction

Our microswitches are high-precision, snap-action microswitches and these are the main features for which they are notable :

High ratings but small dimensions

Very short travel

Low operating force

High reliability of travel and force values

Long life

Large range of actuators for easy adaptation to the most varied applications

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Microswitch construction

Single-pole changeover microswitch (e.g. “V3” 83 161)

Plunger

Case Fixing hole

Return spring

Fixing hole

NC terminal n°2

Mobile contact

Fixed contact

NO terminal n°4

Common terminal C n°1

Blade

Pivot point

Double-pole changeover microswitch (e.g. 83 132 0)

Blade

Plunger

Case Fixed contact

NO terminal n°3

NC terminal n°1

NO terminal n°4

Mobile contact

NC terminal n°2

Fixing hole

Fixing hole

Return spring

The NO and NC circuits must both be of the same polarity.

Electrical function

Changeover

1

2

4

Normally closed

1 2

Normally open

1 4

Electrical function

Changeover

3

1

4

2

Normally closed

1 2

Normally open

1 4

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Mechanical characteristics

Terminology - Forces - Positions - Travel

OF TTF RF

RP TP OL RLP

NC

NO

OF Operating Force TTF Total travel force RF Release force

Minimum operating force which must be applied to the operating device to displace the rest position RP to the tripping point

TP.

Force required to displace the operating device from its rest position RP to its overtravel limit position (we only specify this value if it is higher than the operating force. When not quoted, it is equal to or less than the operating force).

MOF Maximum overtravel force

The maximum force which can be applied to the operating device, without damaging it, in the end of travel position where it is in abutment internally or against the face of the case.

Force to which the operating force must be reduced to allow the snap-action mechanism to return to its release position RLP.

RP Rest position TP Tripping point OL Overtravel limit

Position of the operating device when no external mechanical force is applied. Also described as «height at rest».

Position of the operating device relative to the fixing point (hole, face) at the moment when the microswitch trips.

Position of the operating device when an extreme force has moved it to the effective end of the available travel.

PT Pre-travel OT Overtravel

RP Release position

Moment when the snap-action mechanism trips on its return to its original position.

DT Differential travel

Distance between the rest position RP and the tripping point TP.

Distance between the tripping point TP and the overtravel limit OL.

Distance between the tripping point TP and the release position RLP.

The reference point for the figures given for travel and forces is a point F situated on the plunger in the case of a plain microswitch, or, generally, 3 mm in from the end of a plain lever.

The reference point for the positions is one of the fixing holes, unless otherwise indicated.

Graphs of forces vs. travel

Operating force (external) applied to the operating device

OF

TTF depression return

Contact force

NC

Force after depression: return outward

RF

RP

PT

RLP

DT

TP

OT

OL

Button movement

NO

Contact force

RP

PT

RLP

DT

TP

OT

OL

1

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Mechanical characteristics Environmental conditions

Changeover time

This is the time taken by the mobile contact when moving from one fixed contact to another until it becomes fully stable (contact bounce included).

This time is a function of the contact gap, the mechanical characteristics of the snap action and the mass of the mobile element.

However, thanks to the snap-action mechanisms employed, the time is largely independent of the speed of operation.

It is normally less that 20 milliseconds (including bounce times where less than 5 ms).

Resistance to shocks and vibrations

Resistance to impact and vibration depends on the mass of the moving parts and on the forces holding the contacts together.

Generally speaking, for a microswitch without an actuator :

■ Vibration >10 G 10 at 500 Hz

Impact > 50 G 11 ms 1/2 sine

Further information on request.

NC

NO

< 5 ms

➛ about 20 ms

Bounce time

Changeover time

Mechanical durability

This is an average value indicating the purely mechanical performance of a microswitch when not subject to any electrical load.

It may be useful for evaluation purposes in cases where the power levels involved are very low and the electrical life is thus close to the mechanical life.

Ambient operating temperature

The maximum and minimum temperatures at which the mechanical and electrical characteristics of the microswitch will remain substantially unaltered.

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Maximum speed and rate of operation

Our microswitches will work at speeds of operation varying over a very wide range : normally from 1 mm/min to 1 ms.

The maximum rate of operation with a low electrical load may be as high as 10 operations/second.

Degree of protection

Under the IEC 529 or NFC 20010 classification scheme, standards employ an IP code to define the degree or class of protection which electrical equipment provides against access to live components, the entry of solid foreign bodies and ingress of water.

Mounting - Operation

• To conform to the leakage paths and air gaps in the standard EEC24

- EN/IEC 61058 - EN/IEC 60947:

An insulation pad must be inserted between the microswitch and the fixing surface if the latter is metal.

■ Manual operation of a metal actuator must only be carried out with the help of a secondary actuator made of insulating materials.

The installer must ensure adequate protection against direct contact with the output terminals.

1st numeral

Protection equipment provides against the entry of solid foreign bodies

0 (not protected)

4 diameter

≥ 1 mm

5 protected against dust

6 sealed against dust

Protection for persons against access to dangerous parts

(not protected)

1 mm Ø wire

1 mm Ø wire

1 mm Ø wire

Fixing - Screw torque

• Unless otherwise indicated in the mechanical characteristics table, the torque required for the fixing screws must conform to the following values :

2nd numeral

Protection equipment provides against ingress of water

0 (not protected)

4 splashed water

5 hosed water

6 high-pressure

hosed water

7 temporary immersion

8 prolonged immersion

Ø of fixing screw 2 2.5 3 3.5 4

Under this classification, our microswitches come within the following categories :

Plain microswitches = IP 00

■ Protected microswitches = IP 40 with isolated connection

Sealed microswitches = IP 66 or IP 67

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Dielectric characteristics

Current rating

This is the current the microswitch is capable of making and breaking, which forms the basis for the life tests.

Circuit types

Resistive circuit

For a circuit with alternating voltage, this is in phase with the current : Cos ϕ = 1.

Thermal rating

This is the current the microswitch will withstand when not being operated, for a temperature rise of not more than 60°C.

Switch rating

AC voltages : see the current rating

With DC voltages the switch rating is very much dependent on the voltage, the contact gap and the nature of the load being switched. There is a risk of prolonged or indeed permanent arcing if the following limits are exceeded :

220

110

48

24

12

Limit of D.C. current rating

Resistive load

Inductive load L/R = 5 ms

➛ ➛

EC=3 mm

EC=0,4 mm

τ

= L

R

M

Inductive circuit

A circuit of this type with direct current is characterised by a time constant.

An inductive circuit, with alternating voltage, for example, incorporating a motor (cos ϕ < 1) can cause current surges up to 6 times the nominal current. For certain switches, we give electrical endurance curves with L = 5 ms in DC

R and cos ϕ = 0.8 in AC.

Lamp and capacitance circuit

In this case, currents at the closing of the circuit have high value, up to 10 times the normal rating.

Amp.

0,3 0,5 1 2 5 10 16

For special applications, please consult us.

Operating curves

These indicate the electrical life of the microswitches, under standard conditions (20°C, 1 cycle/2 seconds), by showing the number of switching operations which can be performed with given types of load.

Note : for sealed products and D.C. ratings, the operating rate is 1 cycle/6 seconds.

Number of operations

Resistive circuit

Inductive circuit

Internal resistance

This consists of the intrinsic resistance (fixed) of the parts carrying current and the contact resistance (variable).

Close to the tripping point and release position, the force holding the contacts together drops considerably and this may cause a significant rise in internal resistance.

Insulation resistance

The insulation resistance of the microswitches is generally greater than 50 000 M

Ω measured at 500 V DC.

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Rating in

Amps

Dielectric strength

The dielectric strength of our microswitches is generally better than :

1500 volts between live parts and earth

1000 volts between contacts

600 volts between contacts for microswitches whose contact gap is less than 0.3 mm.

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Contact materials

Choice of contact material

To choose the best material for the contacts there are various factors to be considered :

■ the current and voltage levels

the type of load

■ the number of operations

the switching frequency

■ the environmental conditions

Contacts for general-purpose use

Our microswitches are normally fitted with silver contacts. These are suitable for the majority of applications and provide the best compromise between electrical performance, thermal performance and life.

Electrical recommendations

Inductive circuits

To increase the life of contacts and their DC rating, arcing on opening can be reduced by using the following circuits :

A

B

- for DC

A - Fast diode V R > 5 x V nominal

I nominal > 10 x I winding

- for DC or AC

B - RC circuit across inductance

C - RC circuit across microswitch

Contacts for low-power circuits

U < 10 V and/or I < 100 mA

The contacts used in this case are plated with gold (or a gold alloy) for good reliability even in corrosive atmospheres.

C

C (nF) ~ 100 x I nominal (A)

V insulation > V peak

R (

Ω) ~ load resistance (Ω)

Contacts for special applications

We can supply special contacts suitable for particular applications, such as :

Ag CdO contacts for very high drawn currents

■ Cross gold-plated Ag Ni contacts which allow a very wide range of applications to be covered by a single type of microswitch.

D

E

D - Varistor circuit across load

E - Varistor circuit across microswitch

V > V peak supply

E (J)

P (V.A)

100

Very low-power circuits

In very low-power circuits (I > 1 mA, V

≤ 5 V), switching is highly sensitive

(to the atmosphere, pollution).

If the supply is powerful enough, adding a passive resistor to increase the current broken by the microswitch to a few milliamps will substantially improve reliability of operation.

R - Load resistance

C - Very low current load

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Methods of actuation

Methods of actuation

Force should preferably be applied to the device to be directly operated

- the plunger - along its axis. However, the majority of our microswitches will accept skewed operation provided the angle of application is not more than 45°.

The device used to apply the force must never hamper the travel of the plunger to the tripping point (TP). It must under all circumstances move the plunger through at least 0.5 times the overtravel (OT) quoted. Steps must also be taken to see that it does not cause the OL or MOF quoted to be overrun or exceeded.

Standards - Approvals

Our microswitches are designed according to international recommendations (IEC), American standards (UL) and/or European standards (EN).

Proof of compliance with these standards and recommendations is demonstrated by

■ the manufacturer’s declaration of conformity (drafted in accordance with the ISO/IEC 22 guidelines), or

■ approval granted directly by an accredited body, or by application of the

CCA (Cenelec Certification Agreement).

More detailed information on the approval for a particular type of microswitch can be obtained on request.

Operation by actuator

+

When operation is by a roller lever, force should preferably be applied in the direction shown on the left.

Where the movements involved are fast, the ramp should be so designed as to ensure that the operating device is not subjected to any violent impact or abrupt release.

Rules and regulations

EC directives

Our microswitches are compatible with European Community technical directive (Low

Voltage) 73/23 and can be used within the framework of Machinery directive 83/392.

Environmental protection ISO 14001

The modern concept of protection of the environment is an integral part of the manufacture of our microswitches, from product design through to packaging.

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Quality

Crouzet undertakes a pro-active quality policy adapted to our different markets of which the objectives are:

To actively contribute to the success to our clients

To ensure the perennial development of the company and the brand by achieving global performance (social, economic, product and service offer) in the fi eld of environment and legislation.

This quality implies:

Mobilisation and dynamic behaviour by the entire staff

Achieving results and respecting our commitments

Sharing our policies with our partners (clients, suppliers…)

This quality is based on a series of ongoing actions:

Focusing on the preventative

- Quality starts from the understanding of the clients needs in order to work out the specifi cations where Crouzet acts as expert advisor.

- Quality is pro-active in actions for progress

- Quality ensures the systematic exploitation of feedback experience, methods and quality tools.

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Sub-subminiatures

83 228 0 / 83 229 0

Very compact dimensions

Flush-mounted or threaded barrel fixing

Long mechanical life

Short differential travel

Operating temperature -55°C to +100°C

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Main specifications

Flush-mounting

83 228 0

Threaded barrel fixing

83 229 0

Function

I (changeover)

Electrical characteristics

Rating nominal / 250 V AC (A)

Rating thermal / 250 V AC (A)

Mechanical characteristics

Maximum operating force (N)

Min. Release force (N)

Max. permitted overtravel force (N)

Maximum rest position (mm)

Tripping point (mm)

Differential travel (mm)

Min. overtravel (mm)

Connections

W2 solder

Ambient operating temperature (°C)

Mechanical life (operations)

5

10

1.7

0.4

4.5

83 228 0

2.4

1.95

± 0.25

0.13

± 0.06

0.15

-55

+100

2 x 10 6

5

10

1.7

0.4

4.5

7

6.55

0.13

±0.25

83 229 0

± 0.06

0.15

-55

+100

2 x 10 6

Contact gap (mm)

Weight (g)

0.15

0.7

0.15

1.7

Comments

This microswitch does not have a physical stop for the operating device and for this reason we advise users not to exceed the permitted overtravel if they wish the product to continue operating with no change to any of its characteristics.

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Additional specifications

Components

- Cover : PBT

- Base : PA

Material

- Contacts : gold-plated silver

- Threaded barrel : nickel brass (for 83 229)

Product adaptations

Special contacts

Specific fixing

Approvals : UL/CSA

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Principles

Single break changeover switch

Curves

Operating curve for types 83 228 0 - 83 229 0

1

2 3

{

L

= 5 ms

R

~

cos ϕ = 0,8

4

10

6

5

2

10

5

5

30V

2

10

4

5

10

3

0,1 0,2 0,5 1 2 5

250V~

5

B

Number of cycles

C

Resistive circuit

D

Inductive circuit

E

Mechanical life limit

F

Current in Amps

These products are designed to operate equally well on dual-current (1 mA 4 V minimum) or medium-current circuits (5 A maximum) circuits.

However, a given product should only be used to switch one type of circuit during its working life.

Dimensions

Product

83 228 0 83 229 0

Ø8

Ø8

3,1

3,1

120°

120°

3

Ø3

Ø1,6

1

R 0,3

1

2

B

Tripping point 1.95

±0.25

Other information

Mounting - Operation

See basic technical concepts

B

2 nuts 7

C

Tripping point

D

M5 x 0.5 pitch

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Sub-subminiatures

83 141 0

Very compact dimensions Short differential travel

Operating temperature -50°C to +125°C

Choice of actuators and fixing positions

1

Main specifications

Function

I (changeover)

Electrical characteristics

Rating nominal / 250 V AC (A)

Rating thermal / 250 V AC (A)

Mechanical characteristics

Maximum operating force (N)

Connections

W2 solder

Min. Release force (N)

Maximum total travel force (N)

Max. permitted overtravel force (N)

Rest position max. (mm)

Tripping point (mm)

Differential travel (mm)

Min. overtravel (mm)

Ambient operating temperature (°C)

Mechanical life (operations)

Contact gap (mm)

Weight (g)

Additional specifications

Components

Material

- Case : glass-filled diallyl-phthalate resin

- Contacts : silver

- Terminals : gold-plated brass

Lever

- stainless steel

Product adaptations

Special levers

Approvals : UL/CSA

Plunger-operated

83 141 0

83 141 0

1

8.5

2

0.4

2.1

10

8.9

8.4

±0.20

0.02

0.1

0.1

-50

+125

10 5

0.3

1

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Principles

Single break changeover switch

Curves

Operating curve for type 83 141 0

1

2 3

{

L

= 5 ms

R

~

cos ϕ = 0,8

10

6

5

10

2

5

5

10

2

4

5

10

2

3

0,1 0,2 0,5 1 2 5 10 16

4

30V

250V~

5

B

Number of cycles

C

Resistive circuit

D

Inductive circuit

E

Mechanical life limit

F

Current in Amps

Dimensions

Product

83 141 0

Actuators and fixing positions

Lever : mounting position Straight lever 55B

1

1

B

Tripping point

Actuators

Mounting position table

Standard mounting Z

Tripping point

Operating force max.

Release force - min.

Pre-travel - max.

Differential travel

Total travel max.

9,3

±0,45

9,2

±0,65

1

0,2

1,25

0,17 ±0,09

1,6

0,8

0,15

1,8

0,25 ±0,11

2,25

* Except where otherwise indicated, the lever is mounted in position Z, which must always be done in our factory.

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Subminiature

83 132 / 83 133 / 83 134

Double break switching

Choice of actuators for symmetrical mounting

Options for operation in stable positions

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Main specifications

Function

I (changeover)

I (changeover)

Electrical characteristics

Rating nominal / 250 V AC (A)

Rating thermal / 250 V AC (A)

Mechanical characteristics

Maximum operating force (N)

Min. Release force (N)

Max. permitted overtravel force (N)

Rest position max. (mm)

Tripping point (mm)

Maximum differential travel (mm)

Min. overtravel (mm)

Ambient operating temperature (°C)

Mechanical life (operations)

Contact gap (mm)

Weight (g)

Connections

W2

X1

Additional specifications

Components

Material

- Case : glass-filled polyamide

- Contacts : silver

- Cupro-nickel terminals

Lever

- Flat : stainless steel

- Roller : polyamide

Accessories : stainless steel

Product adaptations

Special levers

Reinforced spring

Approvals : UL - cUL

Side outputs

83 132 0

83 132 030

-

5

11

1.6

0.4

10

8.45

7.7

±0.2

0.45

0.27

-20

+125

10 7

0.3 x 2

1.8

Rear outputs

83 133 0

83 133 035

5

11

1.6

0.4

10

8.45

7.7

±0.2

0.45

0.27

-20

+125

10 7

0.3 x 2

1.8

Output on front face

83 134 0

5

11

1.6

0.4

10

8.10

7.35

±0.25

0.45

0.27

-20

+125

10 7

0.3 x 2

1.8

-

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Principles

Double break changeover switch

Curves

Operating curve for types

83 132 0 - 83 133 0 - 83 134 0

1

2 3

{

L

= 5 ms

R

~

cos ϕ = 0,8

4

10

7

5

10

2

6

5

10

2

5

5

10

2

4

30V

0,1 0,2 0,5 1 2 5 1016

250V~

5

Dimensions

Product

83 132 0

1

2

B

Number of cycles

C

Resistive circuit

D

Inductive circuit

E

Mechanical life limit

F

Current in Amps

83 133 0

3

1

83 134 0

B

OL = 7.4

C

Ø1.5 depth 0.7

D

2 plates 0.8

Connections

W2 solder (83 132 - 83 133) tags can accept faston clips 2.8 x 0.5 mm

B

2 plates 0.8

X1 for printed circuit boards (83 132 - 83 133) X1 for printed circuit board (83 134)

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Actuators and fixing positions

54A 54B 54E

54A2 54A3

1

1

B

Tripping point

Mounting accessories

For 83 132 0 and 83 133 0 For 83 134 0

1

B

Cover

1

Actuators and fixing positions

Part numbers for standard actuators

Actuators

B

Cover

70 514 175

Plain 54A R14.75

70 514 194

Plain 54A R35.75

70 514 181

Tip-mounted in-line roller

54E R7.5

70 514 182

Tip-mounted in-line roller

54E R14.1

Tripping point

Operating force max.

Release force min.

Pre-travel max.

Differential travel

Total travel max.

Actuators

N

N mm mm mm

83 132 0

83 133 0 83 134 0

9.5

±0.8

9.2

±0.8

0.8

0.16

2.15

1 ±0.3

2.8

54B R13.17

83 132 0

83 133 0 83 134 0

10 ±1.5

9.7

±0.15

0.34

0.06

5.15

2.1

±0.65

6.8

2-pole 54A2 R30

83 132 0

83 133 0 83 134 0

14.2

±0.3

13.9

±0.3

1.6

0.32

1.1

0.5

±0.15

1.45

3-pole 54A3 R30

83 132 0

83 133 0 83 134 0

15.5

±0.8

15.2

±0.8

0.8

0.17

2.05

0.95

±0.3

1.45

Side fixing plate

(0.4 mm thick) 54Y

Tripping point

Operating force max.

Release force min.

Pre-travel max.

Differential travel

Total travel max.

N

N mm mm mm

83 132 0

83 133 0 83 134 0

12.7

±0.8

12.4

±0.8

0.85

0.18

2.05

0.95

±0.3

2.7

83 132 0

83 133 0 83 134 0

8.8

±0.8

0.8

0.16

2

4.3

±0.55

5.75

83 132 0

83 133 0 83 134 0

8.8

±0.8

0.24

2

1.2

4.3

±0.55

5.75

Unless mentioned specifically, the levers are mounted in the position illustrated on the dimension diagrams (standard mounting).

We recommend that these levers are assembled in our workshops.

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Subminiature

V4

Nominal ratings 0.1 A to 10 A/250 VAC

Minimum rating 1 mA/4 VDC

Operating temperature up to +125°C

Conforming to standards EN 61058 and UL 1054

Choice of actuators with 2 possible fixing positions

1

Main specifications

Standard

83 170 0

Function Connections

I (changeover) W2

I (changeover) W7A5

I (changeover) X1

I (changeover) X1S - X2 - X2S -

X3 - X3S

R

(normally closed)

C

(normally open)

W2 - W7A5

W2 - W7A5

Electrical characteristics

Rating nominal / 250 V AC (A)

Rating thermal / 250 V AC (A)

Mechanical characteristics

Maximum operating force (N)

Min. Release force (N)

Maximum total travel force (N)

Max. permitted overtravel force (N)

Rest position max. (mm)

Tripping point (mm)

Maximum differential travel (mm)

Min. overtravel (mm)

Ambient operating temperature (°C)

Mechanical life (operations)

Contact gap (mm)

Weight (g)

Comments

* For 2/3 of the overtravel

10

12.5

1.5

0.3

1.8

10

9.2

8.4

±0.3

0.15

0.5

-20

+125

10

7

*

0.4

1.7

83 170 002

83 170 005

83 170 008

Additional specifications

Components

Material

- Case : polyester UL 94 VO

- Button : Glass-filled polyamide

- Contacts : AgNi, gold-plated AgNi (dual-current)

- Terminals : cupro-nickel (except W7A5 in brass)

Levers

- Flat : stainless steel

- Roller : stainless steel, polyamide roller

Approvals

NF - UL - cUL

Product adaptations

Special levers

Special connections

Low force

83 170 4

5

6

0.6

0.1

1

10

9.2

8.4

±0.3

0.15

0.5

-20

+125

3.10

7

0.4

1.7

Dual-current

83 170 8

83 170 802

83 170 805

83 170 808

0.1

6

1.5

0.3

1.8

10

9.2

8.4

±0.3

0.15

0.5

-20

+125

10

6

0.4

1.7

Dual-current low force

83 170 9

0.1

6

0.6

0.1

1

10

9.2

8.4

±0.3

0.15

0.5

-20

+125

3.10

7

0.4

1.7

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Single break changeover switch

Curves

Operating curve for type 83 170 0 Operating curve for type 83 170 4 Operating curve for types 83 170 8/83 170 9

10

7

1

2 3

{

L

= 5 ms

R

~

cos ϕ = 0,8

4

3.10

7

1

2 3

{

L

= 5 ms

R

~

cos ϕ = 0,8

3.10

7

1

2

4

250V~

3

12V

10

7

10

7

250V~

10

6

250V~

250V~

10

6

10

5

10

6

4

10

0,1 0,2 0,5 1 2 5 810

250V~

5

10

5

0,1 0,2 0,5 1 2 5

5

5

10

0,1 0,2 0,5 1 2 5

4

B

Number of cycles

C

Resistive circuit

D

Inductive circuit

E

Mechanical life limit

F

Current in Amps

B

C

D

E

F

Number of cycles

Resistive circuit

Inductive circuit

Mechanical life limit

Current in Amps

B

C

D

E

Number of cycles

Resistive circuit

Mechanical life limit

Current in Amps

Models 83 170 8 and 83 170 9 are designed to operate equally well on dual-current (1 mA 4 V minimum) or medium-current (5 A maximum) circuits.

However, a given product should only be used to switch one type of circuit during its working life.

Dimensions

Product

83 170

Asymmetrical version

83 170 Symmetrical version

1

1

B

OL = 7.6

Fixing with M2 screws

Recommended tightening torque : 2 cm daN

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Connections

W2 W7A5 X1 - X1S

1,2

±0,1

X2 - X2S X3 - X3S

1

Drilling

Printed circuit board mounting

Asymmetrical X1 - X2 - X3

1 2 3

B

1.C

C

4.NO

D

2.NC

Mounting on a printed circuit board with fixing pins

Asymmetrical

Printed circuit board mounting

Symmetrical X1S - X2S - X3S

1 2 3

B

1.C

C

4.NO

D

2.NC

Mounting on a printed circuit board with fixing pins

Symmetrical

Actuator mounting positions

Fixing position

Except where otherwise indicated, levers are supplied unmounted.

For factory mounting, specify fixing position A or B.

To calculate force : divide the switch force by the coefficient in the table.

To calculate travel : multiply the switch travel by the same coefficient.

Actuators

170A 170E 170F

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Mounting accessories

Fixing pins

2,6

0

- 0,1

1

Fixing pins

B

Output on unit side : X2

1

2,6

0

- 0,1

B

Output on cover side : X3

Actuators and fixing positions

Part numbers for standard actuators

Actuators

79 253 327

Flat 170A R18.3

79 253 326

Flat 170A R24

79 253 328

Flat 170A R41

79 218 454

Roller 170ER20

79 253 329

Dummy roller 170F

Fixing positions

Coefficient

Tripping point

Levers

A B

3 1.5

10

±1.4

9.2

±0.9

Screw 170D

A B

4 2

10.7

±1.7

9.6

±1

Transverse roller 170EL

A B

7 3.5

12.7

±3

10.6

±1.8

A B

3 1.5

15.5

±1.4

14.5

±0.9

A B

3 1.5

12.9

±1.5

11.9

±1.1

Characteristics available on request

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Subminiature

V4 Mushroom-head button

Nominal ratings 0.1 A to 10 A/250 VAC

Minimum rating 1 mA/4 VDC

Operating temperature up to +125°C

Operated via multidirectional action

Conforming to standards EN 61058 and UL 1054

Choice of actuators with 2 possible fixing positions

Main specifications

Standard

83 170 0

Function

I (changeover)

Connections

W2 - W7A5 - X1

- X1S - X2 -

X2S - X3 - X3S

W2 - W7A5 R

(normally closed)

C

(normally open)

W2 - W7A5

Electrical characteristics

Rating nominal / 250 V AC (A)

Rating thermal / 250 V AC (A)

Mechanical characteristics

Maximum operating force (N)

Min. Release force (N)

Maximum total travel force (N)

Max. permitted overtravel force (N)

Rest position max. (mm)

Tripping point (mm)

Maximum differential travel (mm)

Min. overtravel (mm)

Ambient operating temperature (°C)

Mechanical life (operations)

Contact gap (mm)

Weight (g)

Comments

* see operating curves

** for 2/3 of the overtravel

10

12.5

1.5

0.3

1.8

10

10.8

9.9

±0.3

0.15

0.5

-20

+125

10 6 **

0.4

1.7

Additional specifications

Components

Material

- Case : polyester UL 94 VO

- Button : glass-filled polyamide

- Contacts : nickel silver - gold alloy (dual-current)

- Terminals : cupro-nickel except W7A5 in brass

Levers

- Flat : stainless steel

- Roller : stainless steel, polyamide roller

Approvals : NF - UL - cUL

Product adaptations

Special connections

Low force

83 170 4

5

6

0.6

0.1

1

10

10.8

9.9

±0.3

0.15

0.5

-20

+125

10 6

0.4

1.7

Dual-current

83 170 8

0.1*

6

1.5

0.3

1.8

10

10.8

9.9

±0.3

0.15

0.5

-20

+125

10 6 **

0.4

1.7

Dual-current

83 170 9

0.1*

6

0.6

0.1

1

10

10.8

9.9

±0.3

0.15

0.5

-20

+125

10 6

0.4

1.7

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Principles

Single break changeover switch

Curves

Operating curve for type 83 170 0 Operating curve for type 83 170 4 Operating curve for types 83 170

8/83 170 9

10

7

1

2 3

{

L

= 5 ms

R

~

cos ϕ = 0,8

4

3.10

7

1

2 3

{

L

= 5 ms

R

~

cos ϕ = 0,8

3.10

7

1

2

4

250V~

3

12V

10

7

10

7

250V~

10

6

250V~

250V~

10

6

10

5

10

6

4

10

0,1 0,2 0,5 1 2 5 810

250V~

5

10

5

0,1 0,2 0,5 1 2 5

5

10

5

0,1 0,2 0,5 1 2 5

4

B

Number of cycles

C

Resistive circuit

D

Inductive circuit

E

Mechanical life limit

F

Current in Amps

B

Number of cycles

C

Resistive circuit

D

Inductive circuit

E

Mechanical life limit

F

Current in Amps

B

C

D

E

Number of cycles

Resistive circuit

Mechanical life limit

Current in Amps

Models 83 170 8 and 83 170 9 are designed to operate equally well on dual-current (1 mA 4 V minimum) or medium-current (5 A maximum) circuits.

However, a given product should only be used to switch one type of circuit during its working life.

Dimensions

Product

83 170

Asymmetrical version

83 170 Symmetrical version

1

1

B

OL : 9.1 max.

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Connections

W2 W7A5

1,2

±0,1

X2 - X2S X3 - X3S

Recommendations for operation from the side

45 max.

1

Drilling

Printed circuit board mounting

Asymmetrical X1 - X2 - X3

1 2 3

B

1.C

C

4.NO

D

2.NC

Mounting on a printed circuit board with fixing pins

Asymmetrical

Printed circuit board mounting

Symmetrical X1S - X2S - X3S

1 2 3

B

1.C

C

4.NO

D

2.NC

Mounting on a printed circuit board with fixing pins

Symmetrical

X1 - X1S

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Mounting accessories

Fixing pins

2,6

0

- 0,1

1

B

Output on unit side : X2

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Fixing pins

1

2,6

0

- 0,1

B

Output on cover side : X3

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Miniature

V3

Nominal ratings 0.1 A to 20 A/250 VAC

Operating temperature up to +125°C

Conforming to EN 61058 and UL 1054

Choice of actuators with 4 possible fixing positions

1

Main specifications

Function

I (changeover)

I (changeover)

I (changeover)

I (Changeover)

R (Normally closed)

C (Normally open)

Connections

W2

W3

W6A5*

W3R5* - W5 - W6D8* - W7A5 - 2W7A8*

W2 - W3 - W3R5* - W5 - W6A5* - W6D8* - W7A5 - 2W7A8*

W2 - W3 - W3R5* - W5 - W6A5* - W6D8* - W7A5 - 2W7A8*

Electrical characteristics

Rating nominal / 250 V AC (A)

Rating thermal / 250 V AC (A)

Mechanical characteristics

Maximum operating force (N)

Min. Release force (N)

Maximum total travel force (N)

Max. permitted overtravel force (N)

Maximum rest position (mm)

Tripping point (mm)

Maximum differential travel (mm)

Min. overtravel CRA (mm)

Ambient operating temperature (°C)

Mechanical life for 2/3 CRA (operations)

Contact gap (mm)

Weight (g)

Comments

* for 83 161 6 : W6A5 - W6D8 - W3R5 - 2W7A8 : please consult us

Additional specifications

Components

Material

- Housings : polyamide or polyester

- Button : polyamide

- Contacts : AgNi

Levers

- Flat : stainless steel

- Roller : stainless steel, glass-filled polyamide roller

- Other polyamides

Approvals : NF

Product adaptations

Special levers

Special connections

Specific fixing

High operating temperature

Special operating force

Approvals : UL - cUL

High release force

83 161 1

83 161 102

83 161 118

83 161 110

16

20

3

1

4.5

20

16.1

14.7

±0.4

0.35

1.1

-20

+125

10 7

0.4

5.6

High-current

83 161 2

20

22

1

0.2

2.5

20

16.1

14.7

±0.4

0.35

1.1

-20

+125

2.5 x 10 5

0.4

5.6

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Principles

Single break changeover switch

2

4

1

Standard

83 161 3

83 161 301

83 161 338

83 161 304

16

20

0.8

0.2

2

20

16.2

14.7

±0.3

0.35

1.2

-20

+125

2 x 10 7

0.4

5.6

Low force

83 161 4

10

12

0.5

0.1

1.5

20

16.2

14.7

±0.4

0.35

1.2

-20

+125

3 x 10 7

0.4

5.6

Very low force

83 161 5

83 161 502

83 161 501

83 161 503

4

5

0.25

0.05

0.40

20

16.3

14.7

±0.4

0.35

1.1

-20

+125

5 x 10 7

0.4

5.6

Very low force

83 161 5 SP 4136

4

5

0.15

0.04

0.2

20

16.3

14.7

±0.3

0.35

1.2

-20

+125

5 x 10 7

0.4

5.6

Wide contact gap

83 161 6

12

15

5

0.5

6

20

16.1

14.5

±0.4

0.8

0.9

-20

+125

5 x 10 4

3.2

5.6

Curves

Operating curve for types

83 161 1 / 83 161 3 / 83 161 6

1

2

10

7

5

10

2

6

5

2

10

5

5

10

2

4

3

{

L

= 5 ms

R

~

cos ϕ = 0,8

83 161 3

83 161 1

0,1 0,2 0,5 1 2 5 10 16

B

Number of cycles

C

Resistive circuit

D

Inductive circuit

E

Mechanical life limit

F

Current in Amps

250 V

4

~

83 161 6

380 V

~

5

Operating curve for type 83 161 2 Operating curve for types 83 161 4 / 83 161 5 / 83 161 5 SP 4136

1

2 3

{

L

= 5 ms

R

~

cos ϕ = 0,8

10

7

5

10

2

6

5

2

10

5

5

10

2

4

0,1 0,2 0,5 1 2 5 10 20

B

Number of cycles

C

Resistive circuit

D

Inductive circuit

E

Mechanical life limit

F

Current in Amps

83 161 2

250 V

~

4

5

1

2 3

{

L

= 5 ms

R

~

cos ϕ = 0,8

10

8

5

2

10

7

5

2

10

6

5

2

10

5

83 161 5

83 161 4

4

250V~

0,1 0,2 0,5 1 2 5

B

Number of cycles

C

Resistive circuit

D

Inductive circuit

E

Mechanical life limit

F

Current in Amps

5

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Dimensions

Product

83 161

2,8 22,2

± 0,2

20,2

± 0,2

2,8

+ 0,15

+ 0,05

± 0,1

3,4

1

+ 0,15 + 0,05

B

OL

Connections

W2 solder

± 0,15

3

27,8

± 0,15

W3 for 6.35 mm clips (6.3 x 0.8) W3R5 for 6.35 mm clips (6.3 x 0.8)

1

W5 screw

W7A5 for 2.8 mm clips (2.8 x 0.5)

1,6 +0,2

Ø 1,2 +0,1

+0

7,1

0,1

Actuator mounting positions

Levers

W6A5 for 4.8 mm clips (4.8 x 0.5)

3,1

0,1

Ø 1,4 0,05

7,3

2W7A8 for 2.8 mm clips (2.8 x 0.8)

Ø 1,2

0,05

1,6 0,15

7,1 0,1

W6D8 for 4.8 mm clips (4.8 x 0.8)

3,1

0,1

Ø 1,4

0,05

7,1

0,1

To calculate force

Divide the switch force by the coefficient given in the table.

To calculate travel

Multiply the switch travel by the same coefficient.

Example :

83 161 3 with lever 161 A - R 25.4 position A

(coeff. 4)

Operating force : 0.8 : 4 = 0.2 N

Pre-travel : 1.4 x 4 = 5.6 mm

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Actuators

161 E

R

6.3

8

161 A

Nut 70 602 118

161 L

Housing 161 J for connections W3 R5

1

B

Thread

C

Total travel

Nut thickness

1,5 mm

2 mm

2,5 mm

Max. torque

5 Cm N

7 Cm N

10 Cm N

2

1

161 V 161 F 161 G

∅ 5

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Actuators and fixing positions

Part numbers for standard actuators

Actuators

79 215 740

Plain 161A R14,2

70 507 524

Plain 161A R25,4

79 215 742

Roller 161E R13,6

79 507 529

Roller 161E R24,1

79 507 528

Dummy roller

161F R22,2

1

Fixing positions

Coefficient

Tripping point (except 83 161 6)

Tripping point 83 161 6

Part numbers for standard actuators

Actuators

A B

2 1

15,2

±1

15,2

±0,45

14,8 ±1 15 ±0,45

A B C

4 2 1,5

15,2

±2,5

15,2

±1

15,2

±0,8

14,4 ±2,5 14,8 ±1 14,9 ±0,8

A B

2 1

20,5

±1,5

20,5

±0,8

20,1 ±1,5 20,3 ±0,8

A B C

4 2 1,5

20,5

±2,9

20,5

±1,5

20,5

±1,2

19,7 ±2,9 20,1 ±1,5 20,2 ±1,2

A B

3 1,8

20,4

±2

20,4

±0,7

20,2 ±2 20,2 ±2

79 218 651

Dummy roller

161G R21,8

**Telescopic

plunger

161 L

Manual action

161V

Housing 161J Nut for 161L

Part no.:

70 602 118

Fixing positions

Coefficient

Tripping point (except 83 161 6)

Tripping point 83 161 6

A B

3 1,8

21,7 ±2

21,5

±2

21,7

21,5

±0,7

±0,7

D

1

21,5 ±1

21,5

±1

Except where otherwise indicated, plain and roller levers are supplied unmounted.

For factory mounting, specify fixing position A, B or C.

** For 83 161 1, 83 161 2, 83 161 3, 83 161 6 mounted in factory (supplied without nut)

Other information

Mounting - Operation

See basic technical concepts

D

1

18,35 ±0,45

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Miniature

V3 Dual-current

Minimum rating 1 mA/4 VDC

Operating temperature up to +125°C

Conforming to EN 61058 and UL 1054

Choice of actuators with 4 possible fixing positions

1

Main specifications

Dual-current

83 161 8

Function

I (Changeover)

I (Changeover)

Connections

W2

W3

I (Changeover)

I (Changeover)

W6A5

W3R5 - W5 - W6D8 - W7A5 - 2W7A8

R (Normally closed)

C (Normally open)

W2 - W3 - W3R5 - W5 - W6A5 - W6D8

- W7A5 - 2W7A8

W2 - W3 - W3R5 - W5 - W6A5 - W6D8

- W7A5 - 2W7A8

Electrical characteristics

Rating nominal / 250 V AC (A)

Rating thermal / 250 V AC (A)

Mechanical characteristics

Maximum operating force (N)

Min. Release force (N)

Maximum total travel force (N)

Max. permitted overtravel force (N)

Maximum rest position (mm)

Tripping point (mm)

Maximum differential travel (mm)

Min. overtravel CRA (mm)

Ambient operating temperature (°C)

Mechanical life for 2/3 CRA (operations)

Contact gap (mm)

Weight (g)

0.1

6

0.8

0.2

2

20

16.2

14.7

±0.3

0.35

1.2

-20

+125

2 x 10

7

0.4

5.6

83 161 801

83 161 806

83 161 812

Additional specifications

Components

Material

- Housings : polyamide or polyester

- Button : polyamide

- Contacts : gold alloy

Levers

- Flat : stainless steel

- Roller : stainless steel, glass-filled polyamide roller

- Other polyamides

Approvals : NF

Product adaptations

Special levers

Special connections

Specific fixing

High operating temperature

Special operating force

Approvals : UL - cUL

Dual-current very low force

83 161 9

0.1

6

0.25

0.05

0.40

20

16.3

14.7

±0.4

0.35

1.1

-20

+ 125

5 x 10

7

0.4

5.6

Ultra light dual-current

83 161 9 SP 4136

0.1

5

0.15

0.04

0.2

20

16.3

14.7

±0.3

0.35

1.2

-20

+125

5 x 10

7

0.4

5.6

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Principles

Single break changeover switch

2

4

1

Curves

Operating curve for type 83 161 8

1

2

Operating curve for types 83 161 9 and 83 161 9 SP 4136

1

2

10

8

5

10

8

5

3

2

10

7

5

3

2

10

7

5

2

10

6

250 V

~

5

2

10

5

0,1 0,2 0,5 1 2 5

4

B

Number of cycles

C

Resistive circuit

D

Mechanical life limit

E

Current in Amps

For types 83 161 8 - 9 and 9 SP 4136 Dual-current

2

10

6

5

2

10

5

0,1 0,2 0,5 1 2 5

250 V

4

~

B

C

D

E

Number of cycles

Mechanical life limit

Mechanical life limit

Current in Amps

These models are designed to operate equally well on dual-current (1 mA 4 V minimum) or medium-current (5 A maximum) circuits.

However, a given product should only be used to switch one type of circuit during its working life.

Dimensions

Product

83 161

2,8 22,2

± 0,2

20,2

± 0,2

2,8

+ 0,15

+ 0,05

± 0,1

3,4

1

+ 0,15 + 0,05

B

OL

Connections

W2 solder

± 0,15

3

27,8

± 0,15

W3 (6.3 x 0.8) for 6.35 mm clips W3R5 (6.3 x 0.8) for 6.35 mm clips

1

W5 screw W6A5 (4.8 x 0.5) for 4.8 mm clips

3,1

0,1

Ø 1,4 0,05

7,3

W6D8 (4.8 x 0.8) for 4.8 mm clips

3,1

0,1

Ø 1,4

0,05

7,1

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W7A5 (2.8 x 0.5) for 2.8 mm clips

1,6 +0,2

Ø 1,2 +0,1

+0

7,1 0,1

Actuator mounting positions

Levers

2W7A8 2 x (2.8 x 0.8) for 2.8 mm clips

Ø 1,2

0,05

1,6 0,15

7,1 0,1

To calculate force

Divide the switch force by the coefficient given in the table.

To calculate travel

Multiply the switch travel by the same coefficient.

Example :

83 161 8 with lever 161 A - R 25.4 position A

(coeff. 4)

Operating force : 0.8 : 4 = 0.2 N

Pre-travel : 1.4 x 4 = 5.6 mm

1

Actuators

161 E

R

6.3

8

161 L 161 V

2

1

161 F

B

Thread

C

Total travel

Nut thickness

1,5 mm

2 mm

2,5 mm

161 G

∅ 5

Max. torque

5 Cm N

7 Cm N

10 Cm N

R 21,8

161 A

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Mounting accessories

Nut 70 602 118 Housing 161 J for connections W3 R5

Actuators and fixing positions

Part numbers for standard actuators

Actuators

79 215 740

Plain 161A R14,2

70 507 524

Plain 161A R25,4

79 215 742

Roller 161E R13,6

79 507 529

Roller 161E R24,1

79 507 528

Dummy roller

161F R22,2

Fixing positions

Coefficient

Tripping point (except 83 161 6)

Tripping point 83 161 6

Part numbers for standard actuators

Actuators

A B

2 1

15,2

±1

15,2

±0,45

14,8 ±1 15 ±0,45

A B C

4 2 1,5

15,2

±2,5

15,2

±1

15,2

±0,8

14,4 ±2,5 14,8 ±1 14,9 ±0,8

A B

2 1

20,5

±1,5

20,5

±0,8

20,1 ±1,5 20,3 ±0,8

A B C

4 2 1,5

20,5

±2,9

20,5

±1,5

20,5

±1,2

19,7 ±2,9 20,1 ±1,5 20,2 ±1,2

A B

3 1,8

20,4

±2

20,4

±0,7

20,2 ±2 20,2 ±2

79 218 651

Dummy roller

161G R21,8

**Telescopic

plunger

161 L

Manual action

161V

Housing 161J Nut for 161L

Part no.:

70 602 118

Fixing positions

Coefficient

Tripping point (except 83 161 6)

Tripping point 83 161 6

A B

3 1,8

21,7 ±2

21,5

±2

21,7

21,5

±0,7

±0,7

D

1

21,5

21,5

±1

±1

Except where otherwise indicated, plain and roller levers are supplied unmounted.

For factory mounting, specify fixing position A, B or C.

** For 83 161 1, 83 161 2, 83 161 3, 83 161 6 mounted in factory (supplied without nut)

Other information

Mounting - Operation

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D

1

18,35 ±0,45

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Miniature

83 160

Nominal ratings up to 16 A/250 VAC

Self-cleaning contacts

3 mm contact gap for type 83 160 6

High DC switch rating for type 83 160 6 SP 3697

Choice of actuators

Approvals NF - UL (except 83 160 6 SP 3697)

Main specifications

Function

I (changeover)

I (changeover)

Connections

W3

W2 - W6 - X1 *

R (normally closed)

C (normally open)

W2 - W3 - W6 - X1 *

W2 - W3 - W6 - X1 *

Electrical characteristics

Rating nominal / 250 V AC (A)

Rating thermal / 250 V AC (A)

Rating nominal / 250 V DC (A)

Rating thermal / 250 V DC (A)

Mechanical characteristics

Maximum operating force (N)

Min. Release force (N)

Maximum total travel force (N)

Max. permitted overtravel force (N)

Rest position max. (mm)

Tripping point (mm)

Maximum differential travel (mm)

Min. overtravel CRA (mm)

Ambient operating temperature (°C)

Mechanical life for 2/3 CRA (operations)

Contact gap (mm)

Weight (g)

Comments

* X1 for 83 160 6 and 83 160 6 SP 3697 : please consult us

Additional specifications

Components

Material

- Case : 83 160 0, 3, 4 and 6 polyamide UL94VO.

- Contacts : nickel silver

Lever

- stainless steel

- polyamide roller

Approvals : NF

Product adaptations

Special levers

Approvals : NF - UL for 83 160 6 SP 3697

Standard

83 160 0

83 160 006

16

20

-

-

4

1.5

6.5

20

15.6

14.8

±0.3

0.3

1.3

-20

+125

10 7

1.2

6.7

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Principles

Single break changeover switch

Reduced force

83 160 3

83 160 301

-

-

10

15

2

0.6

3

20

15.6

14.8

±0.3

0.4

1.3

-20

+125

10

7

1.2

6.7

Low force

83 160 4

83 160 401

-

-

6

10

1

0.3

1.5

20

15.6

14.7

±0.3

0.35

1.3

-20

+125

10

7

1.2

6.7

Curves

Operating curve for types 83 160 0 / 3 / 4 / 6

1

2 3

{

L

= 5 ms

R

~

cos ϕ = 0,8

83 160 0

83 160 3

4

2

10

5

5

10

2

4

10

7

5

10

2

6

5

0,1 0,2 0,5 1 2 5 10 16

5

4

B

Number of cycles

C

Resistive circuit

D

Inductive circuit

E

Mechanical life limit

F

Current in Amps

83 160 6 SP 3697

at 250 VDC 1 A L/R 5 ms = 15000 cycles at 130 VDC 2.6 A L/R 5 ms = 15000 cycles

3 mm contact gap

83 160 6

-

-

16

20

5

1

7

20

15.7

14.6

±0.4

0.7

1

-20

+125

10

6

3.2

6.7

High DC switch rating

83 160 6 SP 3697

5

5

-

-

5

1

7

20

15.7

14.6

±0.4

0.7

1

-20

+125

10

6

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1

Dimensions

Product

83 160 0 / 3 / 4 / 6

3

22,2

20,2

1

3,4

2,8

83 160 6 SP 3697

3

22,2

20,2

1

3,4

2,8

0,8

B

OL = 13.2 max.

27,8

Connections

W2 solder

B

OL = 13.2 max.

W3 for 6.35 mm clips W6 for 4.75 mm clips

X1 printed circuit board

Actuator mounting positions

Actuators

153 AX 153 EX

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Actuators and fixing positions

Part numbers for standard actuators

Actuators

70 545 0 / 153 A R29.7

Flat 153 AX R29.7

70 545 0 / 153 E R15,8

Roller 153 EX R15,8

70 545 0 / 153 E R28.7

Roller 153 EX R28.7

Fixing positions

Operating force - max.

Release force - min.

Pre-travel - max.

Differential travel max.

Total travel max.

2-pole 153 A2** R15,9 mm

N

N mm mm mm

83 160 0 83 160 3 83 160 6

15.3

±0.5

15.3

±0.5

14.4

±0.6

2 1 2.6

83 160 0 83 160 3 83 160 6

20.5

±0.45

20.5

±0.45

20.3

±0.55

4 2 5

83 160 0 83 160 3 83 160 6

20.5

±0.65

20.5

±0.65

19.6

±0.75

2 1 2.6

2.5 2.5 3.1

0.6 0.8 1.5

2.3 2.3 2.3

Dummy roller F** R24.3

1.2 1.2 1.4

0.3 0.4 0.7

2.3 2.3 2.3

Telescopic plunger 153L**

(operating temperature 125°C max.)

2.5 2.5 3.1

0.6 0.8 1.5

4.6 4.6 4.6

Flexible with roller 153 B** 153 V**

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Miniature

83 160 7 A+

Snap action contacts with positive break operation

Conformity with EN 60947.5.1

Self-cleaning contacts

Operating temperature up to 125°C

Choice of actuators

1

Main specifications

83 160 7 A+

Normally closed

Function

R (normally closed)

I (changeover) *

Electrical characteristics

Working voltage (Ue) V

Assigned operating current (Ie)

Thermal current (Ith) A

Connections

W2 - W3 - W6 - X1

W2 - W3 - W6 - X1

Assigned insulation voltage (Ui) V

Mechanical characteristics

Maximum operating force (N)

Min. Release force (N)

Minimum positive opening force (N)

Max. permitted overtravel force (N)

Rest position max. (mm)

Tripping point (mm)

250

6

10

250

4

1.5

18

200

-

Maximum positive opening position (mm)

Min. overtravel (mm)

Operating speed max. (m/s)

Operating rate max. (operation/s)

Ambient operating temperature (°C)

Mechanical life (operations)

Contact gap (mm)

15.7

14.8

±0.3

13.5

1.3

0.5

5

-40

+85

10 7

> 3

Weight (g)

Comments

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The microswitch operating principle forces the contacts open even in the event of welding (positive break operation).

Additional specifications

Components

Material

- Case : polyamide UL94VO

- Cover : transparent polycarbonate

- Contacts : nickel silver

- Positive rocker : high temperature thermoplastic

Lever

- Stainless steel

- Polyamide roller

Electrical life

- Max. operations : 20 cycles/min

- Resistive load at 250VAC 16 A : 10 5 cycles

- Inductive load (EN 60 947.5.1) :

AC 15 :

250 VAC 6A : 0.3 X 10 5 cycles DC 13 :

DC 13 :

24 VDC 20 W L/R = 40 ms : 3 x 10

5

cycles

120 VDC 20W L/R = 40 ms : 5 x 10 5 cycles

Product adaptations

Special levers

UL approval

83 160 7 A+

Changeover

250

6

10

250

4

1.5

18

200

15.7

14.8

±0.3

13.5

1.3

0.5

5

-40

+85

10 7

1.2

7

-

Electrical characteristics

Short-circuit test

(acc. to EN 60947.5.1 paragraph 8.34)

- Prospective peak current 1000 A at 250 V AC

0.5< cos ϕ < 0.7

- Short-circuit protection device (SCPD) : fuse 10 A gG

- Electrical impulse withstand current EN60060

(1.2/50 µs) : 2500 V

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Principles

Function

Contact element conforming to standards NFC 63 143 or EN 60 947.5.1.

Single break changeover switch

4

Dimensions

Product

83 160 7 A+

3

22,2

20,2

2,8

1

3,4

B

OL = 13.2 max.

27,8

Connections

W2 solder W3 for 6.35 mm clips W6 for 4.75 mm clips

1

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Actuator mounting positions

Actuators

139 AX+ 139 EX+

Actuators and fixing positions

Part numbers for standard actuators

Actuators

1

Operating force - max.

Release force - max.

Max. positive opening force

Permitted overtravel force - max.

Maximum rest position

Tripping point

Maximum positive opening position

N

N

N

N mm mm mm

We recommend that levers are assembled in our factories

139 AX + R16,2 mm 139 EX + R15,8 mm

139 A2X + R 24 mm**

4

1

18

200

16,2

15,3 ±0,3

14

153 B**

4

1

18

200

21,3

20,5 ±0,45

19,2

153 V**

** Consult us.

Other information

Definitions

P.O.F. Minimum Positive Opening Force. The operating force that has to be applied to the operating device to produce the positive opening action.

P.O.P. Maximum Positive Opening Point. The position of the operating device at the moment when positive opening of the contacts occurs.

For other definitions : see "Basic concepts".

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Miniature

83 137 0

Action with a wire

Very low operating force

Long mechanical life

1

Main specifications

Function

I (changeover)

I (changeover)

R (normally closed)

C (normally open)

Electrical characteristics

Rating nominal / 250 V AC (A)

Rating thermal / 250 V AC (A)

Mechanical characteristics

maximum operating force N cm

Minimum release torque N cm

Overtravel torque N cm

Pre-travel- maximum (°)

Maximum differential travel (°)

Min. overtravel (°)

Ambient operating temperature (°C)

Mechanical life (operations)

Contact gap (mm)

Weight (g)

Connections

W3

W2

W2 - W3

W2 - W3

Additional specifications

Components

Material

- Case : polyamide.

- Contacts : silver.

Lever

- Stainless steel wire.

Product adaptations

Special levers

UL approval

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With standard rotary action

83 137 0

83 137 004

5

14

0.12

0.03

0.5

26

14

12

-20

+125

10

7

0.8

7.2

#

Principles

Single break changeover switch

Curves

Operating curve for type 83 137 0

1

2 3

{

L

= 5 ms

R

~

cos ϕ = 0,8

4

10

7

5

2

10

6

30V

250V~

10

5

5

2

10

4

0,1 0,2 0,5 1 2 5

5

B

Number of cycles

C

Resistive circuit

D

Inductive circuit

E

Mechanical life limit

F

Current in Amps

Dimensions

Product

83 137 0

1

B

2 holes Ø 3.2

Connections

W2 solder W3 for 6.35 mm clips

4,3

Ø1,65

Other information

Mounting - Operation

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Protected

83 106

Double break switching

Options for operation in stable positions

Choice of actuators and fixing positions

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Main specifications

Standard

83 106 0

Function

I (changeover)

I (changeover)

R (normally closed)

C (normally open)

Electrical characteristics

Rating nominal / 250 V AC (A)

Rating thermal / 250 V AC (A)

Mechanical characteristics

Maximum operating force (N)

Min. Release force (N)

Tripping point (mm)

Min. overtravel (mm)

Mechanical life (operations)

Max. permitted overtravel force (N)

Connections

W3

W1 - W2

W1 - W2 - W3

W1 - W2 - W3

Rest position max. (mm) differential travel (mm)

Ambient operating temperature (°C)

Contact gap (mm)

Weight (g)

Additional specifications

Components

Material

- Case : polyamide UL94V2 (83 106)

- Contacts : nickel silver

Levers

- Mild steel (zinc)

- Roller : polyamide

- Adjusting screws : self-retaining

- Plates : iridescent passivated mild steel (zinc)

NB : Fixing holes for these microswitches have metal ferrules.

83 106 022

5

17.5

4

1

11.45

±0.2 -0.25

0.7

10

7

20

12.75

0.5

±0.2

-40

+85

0.4 x 2

8

Product adaptations

Special levers

Reinforced spring

Special contacts

Approvals : UL - cUL

5

17.5

0.45

-

-

-

10

6

-

-

-

-40

+85

0.4 x 2

9

2 stable lever positions

83 106 4

2 stable plunger positions

83 106 7

5

17.5

2

-

-

-

10

6

-

-

-

-40

+85

0.4 x 2

8

#

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Principles

Double break changeover switch

Curves

Operating curve for types 83 106 0 / 4 / 7

1

2 3

{

L

= 5 ms

R

~

cos ϕ = 0,8

10

8

5

2

10

7

5

2

10

6

5

2

10

5

0,1 0,2 0,5 1 2 5 10 16

4

30V

250V~

380V~

5

B

Number of cycles

C

Resistive circuit

D

Inductive circuit

E

Mechanical life limit

F

Current in Amps

Dimensions

Product

83 106 83 106 4

1

2

B

OL = 10.65

C

Ø 2 +0.01

+0.65

Depth 1.2

Connections

W1 screw W2 solder

83 106 7

W3 for 6.35 mm clips

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Actuators

A B E

Q

Lever cross-section 1 x 6.4 mm

B9

Lever cross-section 1 x 6.4 mm

F

V3

Lever cross-section 1 x 6.4 mm

1

Lever cross-section 1 x 6.4 mm

Mounting accessories

O2

2-pole side mounting plate

K2

2-pole vertical mounting plate

Lever cross-section 1 x 6.4 mm

Y

Side plate

H

Horizontal single-pole mounting plate

Unless indicated, the thickness of plates is 1.5 mm

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Actuators and fixing positions

Actuators and fixing positions

Actuators A R49 BR47 ER47

Q

V3 R15.5

B9

Operating force - max.

Release force - min.

N

N

1.2

0.25

1.2

0.25

1.2

0.2

2.8

0.45

4

0.8

Differential travel

Total travel max. mm mm

2.1

7.5

±0.9

8.4

7.5

4.5

1.9

Except where otherwise indicated, the flat and roller levers are mounted as shown in the dimensional drawings (mounted on the left).

Mounting accessories

Y Side plate H Horizontal single-pole mounting plate

O2 2-pole side mounting plate

K2 2-pole vertical mounting plate

4

1

0.5

±0.2

1.9

Other information

Mounting - Operation

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Protected

83 109

Double break switching

Front connections

Options for operation in stable positions

Choice of actuators and fixing positions

1

Main specifications

Function

I (changeover)

R (normally closed)

C (normally open)

Electrical characteristics

Rating nominal / 250 V AC (A)

Rating thermal / 250 V AC (A)

Mechanical characteristics

Maximum operating force (N)

Min. Release force (N)

Tripping point (mm)

Min. overtravel (mm)

Mechanical life (operations)

Max. permitted overtravel force (N)

Connections

W2

W2

W2

Rest position max. (mm) differential travel (mm)

Ambient operating temperature (°C)

Contact gap (mm)

Weight (g)

Additional specifications

Components

Material

- Case : polyamide UL94V2

- Contacts : nickel silver

Levers

- Mild steel (zinc)

- Roller : polyamide

- Adjusting screws : self-retaining

- Plates : iridescent passivated mild steel (zinc)

NB : Fixing holes for these microswitches have metal ferrules.

Product adaptations

Special levers

Reinforced spring

Special contacts

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Outputs on front face

83 109 0

83 109 004

5

17.5

4

1

11.45

+ 0.2 - 0.25

0.7

10 7

20

12.75

0.5

±0.2

- 40

+85

0.4 x 2

8

#

Principles

Double break changeover switch

Curves

Operating curve for type 83 109 0

1

2 3

{

L

= 5 ms

R

~

cos ϕ = 0,8

10

8

5

2

10

7

5

2

10

6

5

2

10

5

0,1 0,2 0,5 1 2 5 10 16

4

30V

250V~

380V~

5

B

Number of cycles

C

Resistive circuit

D

Inductive circuit

E

Mechanical life limit

F

Current in Amps

Dimensions

Product

83 109 0

Connections

W2 solder

1

2

B

OL = 10.65

C

Ø 2 +0.01

+0.65

Depth 1.2

Actuators

A B E

Lever cross-section 1 x 6.4 mm Lever cross-section 1 x 6.4 mm Lever cross-section 1 x 6.4 mm

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1

Q B9

F

V3

Lever cross-section 1 x 6.4 mm

Mounting accessories

O2

2-pole side mounting plate

K2

2-pole vertical mounting plate

Lever cross-section 1 x 6.4 mm

H

Horizontal single-pole mounting plate

1

Unless indicated, the thickness of plates is

1.5 mm

Actuators and fixing positions

Actuators and fixing positions

Actuators

A R49 BR47 ER47

Q

V3 R15,5

B9

Operating force - max.

Release force - min.

N

N

1.2

0.25

1.2

0.25

1.2

0.2

2.8

0.45

4

0.8

Differential travel

Total travel max. mm mm

2.1

7.5

±0.9

8.4

7.5

4.5

1.9

Except where otherwise indicated, the flat and roller levers are mounted as shown in the dimensional drawings (mounted on the left). .

Mounting accessories

H Horizontal single-pole mounting plate

O2 2-pole side mounting plate

K2 2-pole vertical mounting plate

4

1

0.5

±0.2

1.9

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Protected

83 112

Double break switching

Flush-mounted connections

Options for operation in stable positions

Choice of actuators and fixing positions

1

Main specifications

Function

I (changeover)

Electrical characteristics

Rating nominal / 250 V AC (A)

Rating thermal / 250 V AC (A)

Mechanical characteristics

Maximum operating force (N)

Min. Release force (N)

Tripping point (mm)

Min. overtravel (mm)

Mechanical life (operations)

Connections

W1

Max. permitted overtravel force (N)

Rest position max. (mm) differential travel (mm)

Ambient operating temperature (°C)

Contact gap (mm)

Weight (g)

Additional specifications

Components

Material

- Case : polyamide UL94V2

- Contacts : nickel silver

Levers

- Mild steel (zinc)

- Roller : polyamide

- Adjusting screws : self-retaining

- Plates : iridescent passivated mild steel (zinc)

NB : Fixing holes for these microswitches have metal ferrules.

Product adaptations

Special levers

Reinforced spring

Special contacts

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Flush-mounted connections

83 112 0

83 112 001

5

17.5

4

1

11.45

+ 0.2 - 0.25

0.7

10 7

20

12.75

0.5

±0.2

-40

+85

0.4 x 2

14.5

#

Principles

Double break changeover switch

Curves

Operating curve for type 83 112 0

1

2 3

{

L

= 5 ms

R

~

cos ϕ = 0,8

10

8

5

2

10

7

5

2

10

6

5

2

10

5

0,1 0,2 0,5 1 2 5 10 16

4

30V

250V~

380V~

5

B

Number of cycles

C

Resistive circuit

D

Inductive circuit

E

Mechanical life limit

F

Current in Amps

Dimensions

Product

83 112 0

1

B

Connection

C

OL = 10.65

Actuators

A B E

Q

Lever cross-section 1 x 6.4 mm

B9

Lever cross-section 1 x 6.4 mm

F

V3

Lever cross-section 1 x 6.4 mm

Lever cross-section 1 x 6.4 mm Lever cross-section 1 x 6.4 mm

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Mounting accessories

O2

2-pole side mounting plate

K2

2-pole vertical mounting plate

H

Horizontal single-pole mounting plate

Unless indicated, the thickness of plates is

1.5 mm

1

Actuators and fixing positions

Actuators and fixing positions

Actuators A R49 BR47 ER47

Q

V3 R15,5

B9

Operating force - max.

Release force - min.

N

N

1.2

0.25

1.2

0.25

1.2

0.2

2.8

0.45

4

0.8

Differential travel

Total travel max. mm mm

2.1

7.5

±0.9

2.1

8.4

7.5

4.5

1.9

Except where otherwise indicated, the flat and roller levers are mounted as shown in the dimensional drawings (mounted on the left). .

Mounting accessories

H Horizontal single-pole mounting plate

O2 2-pole side mounting plate

K2 2-pole vertical mounting plate

4

1

0.5

±0.2

1.9

Other information

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Protected

83 111

Double break switching

Rear-fixing via nut or clips

Options for operation in stable positions

Choice of actuators and fixing positions

1

Main specifications

Function

I (changeover)

R (normally closed)

C (normally open)

Electrical characteristics

Rating nominal / 250 V AC (A)

Rating thermal / 250 V AC (A)

Mechanical characteristics

Maximum operating force (N)

Min. Release force (N)

Tripping point (mm)

Min. overtravel (mm)

Mechanical life (operations)

Max. permitted overtravel force (N)

Connections

W1 - W2 - W3

W1 - W2 - W3

W1 - W2 - W3

Rest position max. (mm)

Maximum differential travel (mm)

Ambient operating temperature (°C)

Contact gap (mm)

Weight (g)

Additional specifications

Components

Material

- Case : polyamide UL94V2

- Contacts : nickel silver

Levers

- Mild steel (zinc)

- Roller : polyamide

- Adjusting screws : self-retaining

- Plates : iridescent passivated mild steel (zinc)

NB : Fixing holes for these microswitches have metal ferrules.

Product adaptations

Special levers

Reinforced spring

Special contacts

Approvals : UL - cUL

Rear-fixing with a nut

83 111 0

5

17.5

4

1

11.45

+ 0.2 - 0.25

0.7

10 7

20

-

0.5

±0.2

- 40

+85

0.4 x 2

8

Rear-fixing with clips

83 111 5

5

17.5

4

1

11.45

+ 0.2 - 0.25

0.7

10 7

20

-

0.5

±0.2

- 40

+85

0.4 x 2

8

#

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Principles

Double break changeover switch

Curves

Operating curve for types 83 111 0 - 83 111 5

1

2 3

{

L

= 5 ms

R

~

cos ϕ = 0,8

10

8

5

2

10

7

5

2

10

6

5

2

10

5

0,1 0,2 0,5 1 2 5 10 16

4

30V

250V~

380V~

5

B

Number of cycles

C

Resistive circuit

D

Inductive circuit

E

Mechanical life limit

F

Current in Amps

Dimensions

Product

83 111 0 83 111 5

Connections

W1 screw W2 solder W3 for 6.35 mm clips

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Actuators

A B E

Q

Lever cross-section 1 x 6.4 mm

B9

Lever cross-section 1 x 6.4 mm

F

V3

Lever cross-section 1 x 6.4 mm

1

Lever cross-section 1 x 6.4 mm

Actuators and fixing positions

Actuators and fixing positions

Actuators A R49 BR47 ER47

Lever cross-section 1 x 6.4 mm

Q

V3 R15.5

B9

Operating force - max.

Release force - min.

N

N

1.2

0.25

1.2

0.25

1.2

0.2

2.8

0.45

4

0.8

Differential travel

Total travel max. mm mm

2.1

7.5

±0.9

8.4

7.5

4.5

1.9

Except where otherwise indicated, the flat and roller levers are mounted as shown in the dimensional drawings (mounted on the left)..

Other information

Mounting - Operation

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4

1

0.5

±0.2

1.9

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Protected

83 154

Double break switching

High DC switch rating

Choice of actuators and fixing positions

1

Main specifications

Function

I (changeover)

R (normally closed)

C (normally open)

Electrical characteristics

Rating nominal / 250 V DC (A)

Rating thermal / 250 V DC (A)

Mechanical characteristics

Maximum operating force (N)

Min. Release force (N)

Tripping point (mm)

Min. overtravel (mm)

Mechanical life (operations)

Max. permitted overtravel force (N)

Rest position max. (mm) differential travel (mm)

Connections

W1 - W2 - W3

W1 - W2 - W3

W1 - W2 - W3

Ambient operating temperature (°C)

Contact gap (mm)

Weight (g)

Comments

At 250 VDC 5 A resistive 500.000 cycles

Additional specifications

Components

Material

- Case : polyamide UL94V0

- Contacts : nickel silver

Levers

- Mild steel (zinc)

- Roller : polyamide

- Adjusting screws : self-retaining

- Plates : iridescent passivated mild steel (zinc)

Product adaptations

Special levers

Reinforced spring

Special contacts

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Magnetic blow-out

83 154 0

5

17.5

4

1

20

0.7

10 7

20

-

0.65

±0.25

-40

+125

0.5 x 2

11

#

Principles

Single break changeover switch

Dimensions

Product

83 154 0

1

40

2

B

OL = 10.65

C

Ø 2 +0.01

+0.65

Depth 1.2

Connections

W1 screw W2 solder W3 for 6.35 mm clips

Actuators

A B E

Q

Lever cross-section 1 x 6.4 mm

B9

Lever cross-section 1 x 6.4 mm

F

V3

Lever cross-section 1 x 6.4 mm

Lever cross-section 1 x 6.4 mm Lever cross-section 1 x 6.4 mm

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Mounting accessories

Y

Side plate

O2

2-pole side mounting plate

K2

2-pole vertical mounting plate

H

Horizontal single-pole mounting plate

1

Unless indicated, the thickness of plates is 1.5 mm

Actuators and fixing positions

Actuators and fixing positions

Actuators A R49 BR47 ER47

Q

V3 R15.5

B9

Operating force - max.

Release force - min.

N

N

1.2

0.25

1.2

0.25

1.2

0.2

2.8

0.45

4

0.8

Differential travel

Total travel max. mm mm

2.1

7.5

±0.9

2.1

8.4

7.5

4.5

1.9

Except where otherwise indicated, the flat and roller levers are mounted as shown in the dimensional drawings (mounted on the left).

Mounting accessories

Y Side plate H Horizontal single-pole mounting plate

O2 2-pole side mounting plate

K2 2-pole vertical mounting plate

4

1

0.5

±0.2

1.9

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Protected

83 118

Reduced actuation force

Very short differential travel

Choice of actuators

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Main specifications

Function

I (changeover)

I (changeover)

Electrical characteristics

Rating nominal / 250 V AC (A)

Rating thermal / 250 V AC (A)

Mechanical characteristics

Maximum operating force (N)

Min. Release force (N)

Tripping point (mm)

Min. overtravel (mm)

Mechanical life (operations)

Maximum total travel force (N)

Max. permitted overtravel force (N)

Rest position max. (mm) differential travel (mm)

Ambient operating temperature (°C)

Contact gap (mm)

Weight (g)

Connections

W1

W2 - W3

Additional specifications

Components

Material

- Case : thermoset UL94V0

- Contacts : pure silver

Levers

- Flexible stainless steel

Other levers

- Passivated mild steel (zinc) , self-retaining screws

Product adaptations

Special levers

Special connections, temperatures

Approvals : UL - cUL

Standard

83 118 0

83 118 007

5

17.5

2.7

0.75

16 ±0.3

0.2

5x10 6

4

30

16.7

0.03

0.09

- 40

+125

0.5

21

Reduced force

83 118 S1

5

17

3

30

16 ±0.4

0.3

5x10 6

3

30

16.6

0.03

0.09

- 40

+125

0.5

21

-

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Principles

Single break changeover switch

Curves

Operating curve for types 83 118 0 - 83 118 S1

1

2 3

{

L

= 5 ms

R

~

cos ϕ = 0,8

10

7

5

2

10

6

5

2

10

5

5

2

10

4

0,1 0,2 0,5 1 2 5 10 16

4

83 118 0

30V

250V~

380V~

5

B

Number of cycles

C

Resistive circuit

D

Inductive circuit

E

Mechanical life limit

F

Current in Amps

Dimensions

Product

83 118 0/83 118 S1

Connections

W1 screw W2 solder W3 for 6.35 mm clips

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Actuators

52A

52N

52B

52V

52M

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Actuators and fixing positions

Part numbers for actuators

Flexible direct-acting actuators : 52A - 52B

Hinged reverse-action actuators : 52M - 52N - 52V

52A

R45.5

52B

R42.5

52M

R38

52N

R36.5

52V

R24.5

Operating force - max.

Release force - min.

Pre-travel - max.

Differential travel

Total travel max.

Other information

Mounting - Operation

See basic technical concepts

N

N mm mm mm

83 118 0

2.5

83 118 S1

1.4

0.8 0.55

4.5

0.45

±0.25

7

83 118 0

0.85

83 118 S1

1.5

0.27 0.4

2

0.3

±0.15

10

83 118 0

1.4

83 118 S1

2.5

0.4 0.6

1.5

0.16

±0.09

5

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1

Sealed

83 139

IP 67 protection against hydrocarbons, detergents

Double break switching

Double insulated or Atex flameproof casing

Choice of actuators

1

Main specifications

Standard

83 139 0

Function Connections

I (changeover) Standard lead output

I (changeover) Lead output on right/left

83 139 003

I (changeover) Cable output

Electrical characteristics

Rating nominal / 250 V AC (A)

Rating thermal / 250 V AC (A)

Mechanical characteristics

Maximum operating force (N)

Min. Release force (N)

6

11

-

3

0.6

Maximum total travel force (N))

Max. permitted overtravel force (N)

Rest position max. (mm)

Weight (g)

Fixations

Fixings - 4 holes (standard)

Fixing - 2 holes

4

10

Tripping point depending on position of fixing holes (mm)

A= 8.8

B= 9.8

A = 7.7

B = 8.7

±0.4

±0.4

Maximum differential travel (mm)

Min. overtravel (mm)

0.35 ±0.1

0.25

Ambient operating temperature (°C) 0

+85

Mechanical life (operations)

10 7

Contact gap (mm) 0.3 x 2

37

A

B

Connections

Connection 4 flexible leads

0.75 mm 2 length 0.50 m

Ø ext. 2.3 mm

Standard wire output

Wire output on right

Wire output on left

Comments

S

D

G

Components

Material

- Case : polyester UL94V0

- Contacts : silver

- Membrane : nitrile for 83 139 0 silicon for 83 139 1/2/5

Levers

- stainless steel

- Roller : polyamide

Low temperature

83 139 5

-

6

11

3

0.6

4

10

A=8.8

B=9.8

A=7.7

±0.4

B=8.7

±0.4

0.35 ±0.1

0.25

-20

+85

5 x 10 6

0.3 x 2

37

Product adaptations

Special levers

Special leads, cables, cable harnesses

Specific operating temperatures

Double insulated

83 139 2

6

11

3

0.6

4

10

B=9.8

B = 8.7

±0.4

0.35 ±0.1

0.25

-20

+85

5 x 10 6

0.3 x 2

45

-

-

-

-

-

Cable 3 x 0.75 mm length 0.50 m

Ø ext. 5.2 mm

2

Flameproof

83 139 1

6

11

0.25

5 x 10

6

4

10

B = 9.8

B = 8.7

±0.4

0.35 ±0.1

3

-20

+85

0.6

0.3 x 2

37

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Principles

Double break changeover switch

Types 83 139 0 / 83 139 1/ 83 139 5

Single break changeover switch

Type 83 139 2

Curves

Operating curve for types 83 139 0 / 1 / 2 / 5

1

2 3

{

L

= 5 ms

R

~

cos ϕ = 0,8

10

7

5

10

2

6

5

2

10

5

5

2

10

4

0,1 0,2 0,5 1 2 5 1016

83 139 0

83 139 1-2-5

4

30V

250V~

5

B

Number of cycles

C

Resistive circuit

D

Inductive circuit

E

Mechanical life limit

F

Current in Amps

Dimensions

Product

83 139 0 - 5

A fixing = 4 holes

83 139 0 - 1 - 5

B fixing = 2 holes

1

1

3

5

2

4

3

5

2

4

83 139 2

B fixing = 2 holes

1

3

B

R : 1.5 spherical

C

Lead reference on casing

D

Lead output on left

E

Lead output on right

F

Standard lead output (black)

1 = black lead

2 = brown lead

3 = grey lead

4 = blue lead

B

R : 1.5 spherical

C

Lead reference on casing

D

Lead output on left

E

Lead output on right

F

Standard lead output (black)

1 = black lead

2 = brown lead

3 = grey lead

4 = blue lead

B

R : 1.5 spherical

D

Cable 3 x 0.75 mm 2 length 0.50 m

1 = black lead

2 = brown lead

3 = blue lead

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Actuator mounting positions

Type 139

A fixing = 4 holes

Type 139

B fixing = 2 holes

1

Type 161

B fixing = 2 holes

1

Type 161

A fixing = 4 holes

1

Actuators

139 EX 139 AX 161 A

161 E 161 F 161 G

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Actuators and fixing positions

Part numbers for standard actuators

Actuators Flat 139 AX

R29.7 mm**

Roller 139 EX

R28.7 mm**

79 215 740 70 507 524

Flat 161A

R14.2 - R25.4 mm

79 215 742 70 507 529

Roller 161E

R13.6 - R24.1 mm

Operating force - max.

Release force - min.

Differential travel

Part numbers for standard actuators

Actuators

N

N mm

1.5

0,2

1.5

70 507 528

Flat 161FR22.3 mm

1.5

0.35

0.7

2.6

0.2

1.25

79 218 651

Dummy roller 161 G R21.8

1.7

0.35

0.7

Operating force - max.

Release force - min.

Differential travel

N

N mm

2

0.2

1.1

Unless indicated, flat actuators and roller actuators are delivered unmounted.

** Factory fitted

Note : We recommend greasing the switch pushbutton lightly when fitting actuators.

2

0.2

1.1

Other information

Product marking (83 139 1)

II 2 G

EEx d IIC T6

Key to these symbols :

- Equipment used in potentially explosive atmospheres

II - Equipment group for surface use

2 - Equipment category for zone 1

G - Gas

EEx - The equipment complies with the protection methods standardised by CENELEC (European standards) d - Protection method used : "d" flameproof casing

II - Surface industry

C - Most severe gas subdivision including hydrogen, acetylene and carbon disulphide

T6 - Temperature class corresponding to +85°C

At the time of ordering, the customer must specify :

- The operating zone (0, 1 or 2)

- The type of atmosphere (gas or dust)

- The type of gas

- The ambient operating temperature

2.6

0.2

1.2

1.7

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Sealed

V3 Sealed

IP 67 protection

Nominal ratings 0.1 A to 10 A/250 VAC

Minimum rating 1 mA/4 VDC

Reduced differential travel

Choice of actuators

1

Main specifications

Standard

83 169 0

Function Connections

I (changeover) Lead output on right

I (changeover) Lead output on left or cable output

Electrical characteristics

Rating nominal / 250 V AC (A)

Rating thermal / 250 V AC (A)

Mechanical characteristics

Maximum operating force (N)

Min. Release force (N)

Maximum total travel force (N)

Max. permitted overtravel force (N)

Rest position max. (mm)

Tripping point (mm)

Maximum differential travel (mm)

Min. overtravel (mm)

Ambient operating temperature (°C)

Mechanical life (operations)

Contact gap (mm)

Weight (g)

Connections

Wire output on right

Wire output on left

Cable output

Leads connection

Cable connection

83 169 002

8

10

4.5

1

8

20

15.9

14.7

+ 0.5

0.35

1

-20

+85 °C

5 x 10

6

0.4

30

D

G

C

Flexible PVC leads 1 mm 2 length 0.50 m, Ø ext. 2 mm

PVC 3 x 0.75 mm 2 length

0.50 m, Ø ext. 5 mm

Reduced differential travel

83 169 4

5

6

4.5

1

8

20

15.9

14.7

0.5

0.07

0.4

-20

+85 °C

5 x 10

6

0.4

30

D

G

C

Flexible PVC leads 1 mm 2 length 0.50 m, Ø ext. 2 mm

PVC 3 x 0.75 mm 2 length

0.50 m, Ø ext. 5 mm

Additional specifications

Components

Material

- Case : polyester UL 94 VO

- Contacts : silver/nickel - gold alloy (dual-current)

- Membrane : fluoro-silicon

Levers

- stainless steel

- Roller : polyamide

- Plunger : stainless steel

Dual-current

83 169 8

0.1

6

4.5

1

8

20

15.9

14.7

+0.5

0.35

1

-20

+85 °C

5 x 10

6

0.4

30

D

G

C

Flexible PVC leads 1 mm 2 length 0.50 m, Ø ext. 2 mm

PVC 3 x 0.75 mm 2 length

0.50 m, Ø ext. 5 mm

Dual-current reduced differential travel

83 169 9

0.1

6

4.5

1

8

20

15.9

14.7

+ 0.5

0.07

0.4

-20

+85 °C

5 x 10

6

0.4

30

D

G

C

Flexible PVC leads 1 mm 2 length 0.50 m, Ø ext. 2 mm

PVC 3 x 0.75 mm 2 length

0.50 m, Ø ext. 5 mm

#

Product adaptations

Special levers

Special leads, cables, cable harnesses

Approval : UL - cUL

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Principles

Single break changeover switch

Curves

Operating curve for type 83 169 0

1 2

10

7

3

{

L

= 5 ms

R

~

cos ϕ = 0,8

4

Operating curve for type 83 169 4

10

7

1

2 3

{

L

= 5 ms

R

~

cos ϕ = 0,8

4

250V~

10

6

10

6

250V~

10

5

10

4

0,1 0,2 0,5 1 2 5 8 10

10

5

10

4

0,1 0,2 0,5 1 2 5 8 10

250V~

250V~

5

B

Number of cycles

C

Resistive circuit

D

Inductive circuit

E

Mechanical life limit

F

Current in Amps

5

B

Number of cycles

C

Resistive circuit

D

Inductive circuit

E

Mechanical life limit

F

Current in Amps

83 169 8 and 83 169 9 dual-current

These models are designed to operate equally well on dual-current (1 mA 4 V minimum) or medium-current (5 A maximum) circuits.

However, a given product should only be used to switch one type of circuit during its working life.

Dimensions

Product

Lead output Cable output

1

2

3

1

2

1

B

OL = 13.1

C

Right output

D

Lead 1 mm 2

1 = black lead (common)

2 = brown lead (NC)

4 = blue lead (NO)

B

Left output

C

Cable 3 x 0.75 mm 2

1 = black lead (common)

2 = brown lead (NC)

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Actuator mounting positions

Levers type 139 Levers type 161

Actuators

139 AX

1

161 F

139 EX

161 G

161 A

161 E

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Actuators and fixing positions

Part numbers for standard actuators

Actuators Flat 139 AX

R29.7 mm**

Roller 139 EX

R28.7 mm**

79 215 740 79 507 524

Flat 161A

R14.2* - R25.4 mm*

79 215 742 79 507 529

Roller 161E

R13.6* - R24.1 mm*

Operating force - max.

Release force - min.

Differential travel

Part numbers for standard actuators

Actuators

N

N mm

D

2.5

0.4

1.2 - 0.5

D

2.5

0.4

1.2 - 0.5

70 507 328

Flat 161FR22.3 mm*

A B A B C A B A B C

2.5 4.2 1.4 2.5 3.5 2.5 4.5 1.4 2.5 3.5

0.5 1 0.25 0.5 0.6 0.5 1 0.25 0.5 0.6

0.8 0.4 1.6 0.8 0.6 0.8 0.4 1.6 0.8 0.6

79 218 651

Dummy roller 161 G*

Fixing position

Operating force - max.

Release force - min.

N

N mm

A B

1.5 2.6

0.25 0.5

16 0.8

Unless mentioned specifically, flat and roller levers are supplied unassembled.

* For factory mounting, specify mounting position A, B or C..

** Supplied factory fitted

Note : We recommend greasing the switch pushbutton lightly when fitting actuators.

A B

1.5 2.6

0.25 0.5

16 0.8

Other information

Mounting - Operation

See basic technical concepts

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Sealed

83 123

IP 66 protection

Compact dimensions

1

Main specifications

Function

I (changeover)

Electrical characteristics

Rating nominal / 250 V AC (A)

Rating thermal / 250 V AC (A)

Mechanical characteristics

Maximum operating force (N)

Connections

A05 VVF cable

Min. Release force (N)

Maximum total travel force (N)

Max. permitted overtravel force (N)

Tripping point (mm)

Maximum differential travel (mm)

Min. overtravel (mm)

Ambient operating temperature (°C)

Mechanical life (operations)

Contact gap (mm)

Weight (g)

Connections

Connection

Comments

Common (1) : black

Normally closed (2) : brown

Normally open (4) : grey

Additional specifications

Components

Material

- Casing : nitrile

- Contacts : silver

- Contact holder : polyamide

- Mounting plate : passivated mild steel (zinc)

Product adaptations

Special casing, leads, cables for specific environment

Standard

83 123 0

5

12

7.5

1.5

8

30

11.4

±0.4

0.2

0.25

0

+85

2 x 10 6

0.5

45

Cable 3 x 0.75 mm 2 in sheath Ø ext. 7.6 mm max.

Standard length 0.50 m

Spherical cover

83 123 0

5

12

7.5

1.5

8

30

16.5

±0.5

0.25

0.2

0

+85

2 x 10 6

0.5

50

Cable 3 x 0.75 mm 2 in sheath Ø ext. 7.6 mm max.

Standard length 0.50 m

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Principles

Double break changeover switch

Curves

Operating curve

1

2 3

{

L

= 5 ms

R

~

cos ϕ = 0,8

4

250V~

5

5

4

B

Number of cycles

C

Resistive circuit

D

Inductive circuit

E

Mechanical life limit

F

Current in Amps

Dimensions

Product

83 123 Standard 83 123 Spherical cover

1

1

500

2

500

16

B

2 holes Ø 3.2

49

71

16

B

R6 spherical

C

2 holes Ø 3.2

49

71

Other information

Mounting - Operation

In order to comply with basic safety requirements, an insulator must be used if the device is being operated manually.

One of the fixing holes must be used as a protective earth.

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1

Sealed

V4 Sealed

IP 67 protection

Nominal ratings 0.1 A to 10 A/250 VAC

Minimum rating 1 mA/4 VDC

Operating temperature -40°C to +125°C

Choice of actuators with 2 possible fixing positions

Main specifications

High-current

83 180

Function

I (changeover)

I (changeover)

I (changeover)

I (changeover)

Connections

W2S

W7S

FD0

R

(normally closed)

X1A* - X1S* - X2A* - X2S* - X3A*

- X3S* - FB0 - FG0 - CD0** -

CB0** - CG0**

W2S - W7S - FD0 - FB0 - FG0 -

CD0** - CB0** - CG0**

C

(normally open)

W2S - W7S - FD0 - FB0 - FG0 -

CD0** - CB0** - CG0**

Electrical characteristics

Rating nominal / 250 V AC (A)

Rating thermal / 250 V AC (A)

Mechanical characteristics

Maximum operating force (N)

Min. Release force (N)

Maximum total travel force (N)

Max. permitted overtravel force (N)

Maximum rest position (mm)

Tripping point (mm)

10

12.5

3.4

1

5

10

9.3

8.4

±0.3

83 180 0

83 180 6

83 180 8

Maximum differential travel (mm)

Min. overtravel (mm)

0.1

0.6

Ambient operating temperature for blade version (°C) -40

+125

Ambient operating temperature for wires/cable version (°C) -40

+105

Mechanical life (operations) 10 6

Contact gap (mm)

Weight (tag version) g

Comments

* Type 83 180 available on request

** Cable version for types 83 181, 83 183 and 83 186

0.4

2

Additional specifications

Components

Material

- Case : polyester UL 94VO

- Button : polyester

- Membrane : silicon

- Contacts : AgCdO or AgSnO2 gold-plated AgNi (dual-current)

- Terminals : silver-plated, tinned brass

- Cable/Lead : PVC

Levers

- Flat : stainless steel

- Roller : stainless steel, polyamide roller

Product adaptations

Special levers

Specific fixings

Special leads, cables, cable harnesses

NF - UL - cUL approvals

Dual-current

83 181

83 181 0

83 181 6

83 181 8

6

7.5

2.5

0.8

4.2

10

9.3

8.4

±0.3

0.1

0.6

-40

+125

-40

+105

2x10 6

0.4

2

Medium current

83 183

83 183 0

83 183 6

83 183 8

3

4

2.5

0.8

4.2

10

9.3

8.4

±0.3

0.1

0.6

-40

+125

-40

+105

2x10 6

0.4

2

Standard

83 186

83 186 001

83 186 002

83 186 003

83 186 0

83 186 6

83 186 8

6

7.5

2.5

0.8

4.2

10

9.3

8.4

±0.3

0.1

0.6

-40

+125

-40

+105

2x10 6

0.4

2

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Principles

Single break changeover switch

1 4 2

Curves

Operating curve 250 VAC

2x10

6

10

6

1

2

83181

83186

10

5

83183

Switch rating with DC supply

12 V

24 V

Resistive

Inductive L/R 5 ms

Resistive

Inductive L/R 5 ms

83 180

10 A

10 A

10 A

5 A

83 181

6 A

6 A

6 A

5 A

83 183

3 A

3 A

3 A

3 A

83 186

6 A

6 A

6 A

5 A

83180

10

4

0.05 0.1 0.2

0.5

1 2 5 10

3

B

Number of cycles

C

Resistive circuit

D

Current in Amps

Model 83 181 is designed to operate equally well on dual-current (1 mA 4 V minimum) or medium-current (6 A maximum) circuits.

However, a given product should only be used to switch one type of circuit during its working life.

Dimensions

Product

Symmetrical version types 83 180 / 181 / 183 / 186

7,5

± 0,2

± 0,1

R = 2

Asymmetrical version types 83 180 / 181 / 183 / 186

1

2,5

± 0,1

0,5

9,5

± 0,1

= 7,5 7,5 =

5,2

± 0,1

0

= 10,16 5,08 =

Fixed by 2 M2 screws

Torque with screw only : 0.2 Nm, with screw

+ washer : 0.3 Nm

B

OL = 7.6 max.

19,9

+ 0,1

- 0,2

Connections

W2S

Solder

W7S

Faston 2.8 x 0.5

X1A

Straight PCB output

Ø1,8

0

- 0,1

Ø1,2

R=0,5

0,8

2,8

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1

X1S

Straight PCB output

R=0,5

0,8

X2A - X2S

Side outputs, PCB rear

4

X3A - X3S

Side outputs, PCB front

4

1

Lead outputs Lead/cable output

CB0 cable output on bottom

6,4

1

2

3

3

19,9

B

FG0

C

FD0

D

Standard 500 mm

Black = Common

Grey = NC

Blue = NO

Conductor cross-section :

83181 / 83 183 / 83 186 = 0.5 mm 2

83 180 = 0.75 mm 2

Drilling

Printed circuit board mounting

Asymmetrical

X1A, X2A, X3A

1 2 3

Ø1,3

±0,1

± 0,1

± 0,1

B

1.C

C

4.NO

D

2.NC

Mounting on a printed circuit board with fixing pins

Asymmetrical

Ø5 max.

B

Standard 500 mm

1

Black = Common

Grey = NC

Blue = NO

Conductor cross-section :

83181 / 83 183 / 83 186 = 0.5 mm 2

83 180 = 0.75 mm 2

Printed circuit board mounting

Symmetrical

X1S, X2S, X3S

1 2 3

Ø1,3

±0,1

± 0,1

7,62

± 0,1

± 0,1

B

1.C

C

4.NO

D

2.NC

Mounting on a printed circuit board with fixing pins

Symmetrical

Cable outputs

6,4

1

2

3

3,2 max.

19,9

B

CG0

C

CD0

D

Standard 500 mm

Black = Common

Grey = NC

Blue = NO

Conductor cross-section :

83181 / 83 183 / 83 186 = 3 x 0.5 mm 2

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Actuator mounting positions

Fixing position

A

5,75 11,25

B

13.25

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Actuators

170 A

Flat

2.2

R

F

2

170 E

Roller

2.2

R

170 F

Dummy roller

2.2

R 19.5

R 2.5

Recommendations for operation from the side

35 m ax

.

1

Mounting accessories

Fixing pins

2,6

1

Fixing pins

B

X2 output

2

B

X3 output

1

2,6

0

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Actuators and fixing positions

Part numbers for standard actuators

Actuators

79 253 327

Flat 170A R18.3

79 253 326

Flat 170A R24

Flat 170A R41

79 218 454

Roller 170ER20

Mounting position

Coefficient

Tripping point

83 180

83 181 / 183 / 186

Part numbers for standard actuators

Actuators

A B

3 1.5

10

±1,4

9.2

±0,9

A B

4 2

10.7

±1,7

9.6

±1

A B

7 3.5

12.7

±3

10.6

±1,8

11 ±3

11.4

±3

8.8

±1,8

9.3

±1,8

A B

3 1.5

15.5

±1,4

14.5

±0,9

79 253 329

Dummy roller 170F

R19.5

Screw 170D * Transverse roller 170 EL *

1

Mounting position

Coefficient

Tripping point

A B

3 1.5

12.9

±1,5

11.9

Except where otherwise indicated, levers are supplied unmounted.

For factory mounting, specify fixing position A or B.

* To special order

±1,1

Other information

Mounting - Operation

See basic technical concepts

Degree of protection

- Tag version :

➞ casing = IP67

➞ terminals = IP00

- Lead/cable version :

➞ output/casing = IP67

To calculate force : divide the switch force by the coefficient in the table.

To calculate travel : multiply the switch travel by the same coefficient.

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Limit switch selection guide

General purpose limit switches

Standard range " Series 83 840 0 ":

Snap action with metal body

Plunger / roller plunger Roller lever Adjustable roller lever Rotary head Wobble

104 104 104

Positive break "Series 83 840 7":

Snap-action with metal body

Plunger / roller plunger Roller lever Adjustable roller lever

105

Rotary head

105

2

108 108 109 109

Limit switches compliant with EN 50047

Series 83 850:

Dependent or snap-action with metal or double insulated thermoplastic body

Plunger / roller plunger Roller lever Adjustable roller lever Special levers

112 114 116

Manual reset "Series 83 854":

Dependent action with metal or thermoplastic body

Plunger / roller plunger Roller lever Adjustable roller lever

118

98

120 122 124

Legend

Dependent action: the effect is dependent upon the actuating speed (for resistive circuits, precision release, high power).

Snap-action: the effect is independent of the actuation. Maintains the speed of displacement and the force on the contacts (for capacitive circuits, differential travel needs).

Positive break: ensures the opening of the contacts when the actuators is operated.

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Limit switch selection guide

Limit switches compliant with EN 50041

Cable pull operated with manual reset "Series 83 863":

Dependent action with metal body

Series 83 861:

Dependent or snap-action with metal body

Plunger / roller plunger Roller lever Adjustable roller lever Special levers Cable pull

130 128 132 134 136

Compact limit switches compliant with NFC 63145

Standard Series 83 870:

Snap-action with metal body, 20 mm pitch mounting holes

Short-travel Series 83 870:

Snap-action with metal body, 20 mm pitch mounting holes

Cable output Connector output Cable output Connector output

Series 83 880:

Snap-action with metal body, 25 mm pitch mounting holes

Cable output

152 141 144

Special limit switches

Series 83 581

Series 83 589

Protected Harsh environment

148 148

Series 83 731 / 732 / 733 Series 83 800

Precision Miniatures

2

156 158

Safety limit switches

Series 83 893:

Dependent action with plastic body

Key-operated without interlocking

Key-operated with interlocking

160

Rotating lever/shaft

162

Series 83 894:

Dependent action with metal body

Without interlocking With interlocking

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Basic technical principles

2

Introduction

What is meant by a «position detector» is any device which needs to be operated by a member which exerts a physical force, in view of:

■ either the form which its operating device takes or the considerable force needed to operate it.

The distinguishing features of position detectors are:

■ their high electrical performance capability their excellent resistance to accidental impact good protection against splashed or dripping wate a wide range of operating devices to allow the detectors to be adapted to a vast variety of mechanisms.

Positive break contact operation

(

IEC/EN 60947-5-1, appendix K

)

For contacts used in safety applications, limit switches and emergency stop devices, reliable opening is essential (see IEC, EN 60204). After a short-circuit closing test, the opening of the contact is checked by means of an impulse voltage test (2500 V).

Contact element

Snap action contact

This is characterised by separate tripping and release points. The speed at which the contacts move is independent of the speed of the control device.

This feature ensures satisfactory electrical performance even if the control device is moving slowly.

Construction

Our detectors are designed to conform to international IEC recommendations and/or European standards (EN).

Proof that a detector conforms to these standards or recommendations takes the form of a conformity declaration made by the manufacturer

(drafted as indicated in guidance document ISO/IEC 22 - EN 450-14).

Characteristics in line with the general requirements of standards

NFC 63140, IEC/EN 60947-5-1.

- Leakage paths and air gaps : IEC 60664.1 - NFC 20-040.

Our position detectors which comply with IEC/EN 60947-5-1. can be fitted to machine-tools and industrial machines complying with NFC 79130,

IEC/EN 60204.1 or VDE 113.

B

F

A

0

C D

A : Total travel (TT) of the control device

B : Pre-travel (PT) up to opening of the contact element

C :

Release travel of the contact element

D : Differential travel (DT)

F : Travel necessary to reach the positive opening position (POT)

Slow action contacts

The opening and closing speed of the contacts is dependent on the speed of the control device.

The operating positions are identical in both directions of travel, there is no differential travel.

Electrical characteristics

Assigned working current (Ie):

The current level adopted as a basis for the operating conditions quoted for a detector, and for the life tests on it.

Thermal rating (Ith):

The current the microswitch will withstand when not being operated electrically, for a temperature rise of not more than 60 °C.

Assigned insulation voltage (Ui):

The voltage adopted as a reference for the dielectric tests and leakage paths. It must be equal to or greater than the assigned working voltage.

Categories of use (IEC/EN 60947-5-1):

AC 15 for operating AC solenoids and electromagnets

■ DC 13 for operating DC solenoids and electromagnets.

Contact element designation (IEC/EN 60947-5-1):

A letter and number which define the use category and the assigned working voltage and current.

For example, A 300 means : in category AC 15, a maximum working voltage of 300 V, 6 A at 120 V or 3 A at 240 V.

NC

NO

B

C

F

A

A : Total travel (TT) of the control device

B : Pre-travel (PT) and release travel (RT) of the N/C contact

C : Pre-travel and release travel of the N/O contact

F : Travel necessary to reach the positive opening position (POT)

Rules and regulations

EC Directives

Our detectors conform to the EC Low Voltage Technical Directive

73/23/EEC and can be used in accordance with the specifications of the

Machinery Directive 89/392/EEC.

Contact block electrical wiring diagram:

Form Zb Form Za Change over

1

2

4

The 2 contacts are electrically isolated

Both contacts have the same polarity

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Environmental conditions

Temperature limits

When they are used in the temperature range quoted, the mechanical and electrical characteristics of our position detectors will remain substantially unchanged. If you intend to use them outside this range, please consult us.

Protective treatment

The treatment given to our position detectors is suitable in the vast majority of applications.

Parts made of steel are zinc-coated or painted according to their mechanical function. Further information is available on request.

This treatment allows our detectors to be used under the following temperature and humidity conditions:

Degree of protection

Under the IEC 529 or NFC 20010 classification scheme, standards employ an IP code to define the degree or class of protection which a position detector provides against access to live components and against the entry of solid foreign bodies and the entry of water.

1 st numeral

Protection equipment provides against the entry of solid foreign bodies

0

(not protected)

4

diameter

≥ 1 mm

5

protected against dust

6

sealed against dust

Protection for persons against access to dangerous parts

(not protected)

1 mm Ø wire

1 mm Ø wire

1 mm Ø wire

T° C 20 40 50

Relative humidity % 95 80 50

This treatment may thus be suitable for applications in tropical or equatorial climates where the equipment concerned is in an interior location sheltered from direct exposure to atmospheric conditions.

Other types of reinforced protection are possible for resistance to very severe environments. Please enquire.

2 nd numeral

Protection equipment provides against the entry of water

0

(not protected)

4

splashed water

5

hosed water

6

high-pressure hosed water

7

temporary immersion

8

prolonged immersion

Mounting requirements

Electric shock protection.

The user should observe the mounting instructions relating to the mode of protection against electric shocks defined in the IEC/EN60 536.1 -

EN 60204.1 - NFC 20030 standards:

Class I: earth circuit link. Protection via differential circuit-breaker.

Class II: double insulation.

Class III: very low safety voltage.

Screw tightening torque:

1: Actuator tightening 1.2 to 1.5 Nm

2

1

4

3

Plastic body Metal body

2: Head fixing

screw 0.7 to 0.8 Nm 0.8 to 1 Nm

3: Body fixing

screw 0.7 to 0,8 Nm 0.8 to 1 Nm

4: Fixing screw 2 to -2.5 Nm

Adjustment of rotary heads with momentary action to

right and left:

For series:

83 850

83 851

83 854

83 855

83 861

83 863

6

° (x 360°) (83 870)

10

° (x 360°)

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Mechanical characteristics

Terminology

Forces - Positions - Travel

PT

OT POT

TT

DT

OF POF TTF RF

2

RP TP OP POP OL RLP

NO

OF Operating force

Force which must be applied to the operating device to displace the rest position RP to the tripping point TP.

POF Positive opening force

TTF Total travel force

RF Release force

Operating force applied to the operating device to cause the positive opening action to take place.

Force applied to the operating device to move it through its total travel.

Level to which the operating force OF must be reduced to allow the mechanism to return to its release position RLP.

RP Rest position

Position of the operating device when no external mechanical force is applied. Also described as

«height at rest».

TP Tripping point

Position of the operating device in relation to its mounting (hole, face) at the moment when an operating force causes the snap action of the mechanism to trip.

OP Operating point

POP Positive opening point

OL Overtravel limit

Position of the operating device when the applied force has moved it to the point on its travel where mechanical and electrical operation of the detector can be relied on to occur.

Position of the operating device at the moment when a force produces the positive opening action.

Position of the operating device when the force applied has brought it to the effective end of its permitted travel without causing damage.

RLP Release position

Position of the operating device at the moment when the snap-action mechanism trips on its return to its original position.

PT Pre-travel

Distance between the rest position RP and the tripping point TP.

OT Operating travel

Distance between the rest position RP and the operating point OP.

POT Positive opening travel

TT Total travel

Minimum movement of the operating device required to ensure that the opening contact is positively opened.

Distance between the rest position RP and the overtravel limit OL.

DT Differential travel

Distance between the tripping point TP and the release position

RLP.

- Positive opening action : see IEC/EN 60947-5-1 chapter 3, § 2.2

N.B. : The max. and min. values quoted for each detector (min. operating force, max. total travel, etc.) are the maxima and minima users must allow for if they are to use our products under the proper conditions.

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Universal limit switches

Series 83 840 0 Standard

Series 83 840 7 Positive break operation

General characteristics

Conformity to standards

IEC 947-5-1, EN 60947-5-1, NFC 63140, NFC 63143, VDE 0660/200 for version with positive break operation

Single-pole

IP66

Version

Protection

Connections

Saddle washer and screw

Max. wire cross-section

Electrical protection

Connection

M3.5

2 mm 2

Internal earth terminal for No. 13 sealing gland, 20.4 Ø, 1.411 pitch

(supplied with 2 screw plugs, not mounted)

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Universal limit switches

Series 83 840 0 Standard

Adjustable metal head

4 positions 90°

Metal case

2

Main specifications

Steel plunger Reinforced lever with plastic roller

Stepped adjustment roller lever

Housing

Metal

Function

Sequence

Snap action

Action

Snap action

General characteristics

83 840 0

NO+NC

1-2

3-4

0 2,5

0,7

Mechanical characteristics

Minimum operating force (N)

Minimum operating force (cmN)

Minimum total travel force (N)

Minimum total travel force (cmN)

Mechanical life (operations)

Temperature limits use (°C)

Weight (g)

Comments

Accessories for 83 843 0 (see Dimensions - Mounting accessories)

Galvanized, passivated steel lever

Thermoplastic roller

Supplied with nut, washer and locating block loose

10

-

22

-

10 7

-10

+70

310

6 mm

General characteristics

Assigned insulation voltage (Ui) V

Thermal current (Ith) A

Use category

600

10

AC 15 : A600

DC 13 : P300

Product adaptations

Approvals : UL/CSA

83 841 0

NO+NC

0

3-4

3-4

0,7

3

6 mm

83 842 0

NO+NC

1-2

3-4

0 6

1,5

11 mm

15

-

25

-

10 7

-10

+70

310

8

-

15

-

10 7

-10

+70

310

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Adjustable roller lever Adjustable lever with idle-return lever

83 842 1

NO+NC

0

3-4

3-4

1,5

6 11 mm

83 842 2

NO+NC

0

3-4

3-4

1,5

6 11 mm

Rotary head with momentary action

Action to right and left

83 843 0

NO+NC

1-2

3-4

1-2

3-4

0

25°

60°

Top-mounted plunger with metal roller

Flexible metal lever

83 845 0

NO+NC

0 2,5 6 mm

3-4

0,7

83 846 0

NO+NC

0 10°

15°

8

-

15

-

10 7

-10

+70

310

8

-

15

-

10 7

-10

+70

310

-

20

-

33

10 7

-20

+70

310

10

-

22

-

10 7

-10

+70

300

1.5

-

2.5

-

10 7

-10

+70

310

Principles

Function

Four-terminal double break two-way contact element (form Za). The contacts must be of the same polarity.

Curves

Operating curve for standard version

1

2 3

{

L

= 5 ms

R

~

cos ϕ = 0,8

10

7

5

2

10

6

5

2

10

5

5

2

10

4

0,1 0,2 0,5 1 2 5 10 16

4

30V

250V~

380V~

5

B

Number of operations

C

Resistive circuit

D

Inductive circuit

E

Mechanical life limit

F

Current in Amps

2

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Dimensions

Product

Body

2

1

B

Axis of head rotation

C

No. 13 sealing gland

Actuators

83 840 0 83 841 0

83 842 2

83 842 0

Min. angle between 2 successive adjustments 0°10

83 843 0

2

83 842 1

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83 845 0 83 846 0

79 210 997 (for 83 843 0) 79 210 998 (for 83 843 0)

Lever settings or positions dictated by direction in which block 1 is fitted

1

1

B

Block 1

Adjustable in 6° steps

B

Block 1

Adjustable in 90° steps

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Universal limit switches

Series 83 840 7 Positive break operation

Adjustable metal head

4 positions 90°

Plastic or metal cases

2

Main specifications

Housing

Metal

General characteristics

Function

Sequence

Snap action

Action

Snap action

Positive break operation

Mechanical characteristics

Minimum operating force (N)

Minimum operating force (cmN)

Minimum positive opening force (N)

Min. positive opening travel (cmN)

Minimum total travel force (N)

Minimum total travel force (cmN)

Mechanical life (operations)

Temperature limits use (°C)

Weight (g)

General characteristics

Assigned insulation voltage (Ui) V

Thermal current (Ith) A

Use category

Short circuit test

Current peak

Short circuit protection (SCPD)

Product adaptations

Approvals : UL/CSA

Steel plunger Reinforced lever with plastic roller

83 840 7

NC

1-2

0

1-2

2,5 4F

6 mm

0,7

NC

1-2

0

1-2

83 841 7

0,7

3 4,5F

6 mm

10

-

10

-

22

-

10 7

-10

+70

310

600

2.5

AC 15 : C600

DC 13 : R 300

Conforms to IEC 947.5.1 paragraph 8.34

1000 A at 250 VAC 0.5 < cos ϕ < 0.7

Fuse 10 AgF

15

-

15

-

25

-

10 7

-10

+70

310

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Stepped adjustment roller lever

Adjustable roller lever

NC

1-2

0

1-2

83 842 7

1,5

6 9F 11 mm

NC

1-2

0

1-2

83 842 8

1,5

6 9F 11 mm

Adjustable lever with idle-return lever

NC

1-2

0

1-2

83 842 9

1,5

6 9F 11 mm

Rotary head with momentary action

Action to right and left

83 843 7

NC

1-2

0

1-2

25° 45F

60°

Top-mounted plunger with metal roller

83 845 7

NC

1-2

0

1-2

2,5 4F

0,7

6 mm

8

-

10

-

15

-

10 7

-10

+70

310

Principles

Function

Two-terminal double break contact element (form Y : normally closed contact) with positive break operation.

1 2

8

-

10

-

15

-

10 7

-10

+70

310

8

-

10

-

15

-

10 7

-10

+70

310

-

20

-

20

-

33

10 7

-20

+70

310

Curves

Operating curve for positive break version

1 2 3

{

L

= 5 ms

R

~

cos ϕ = 0,8

10

7

5

2

10

6

5

2

10

5

5

2

10

4

0,1 0,2 0,5 1 2 5 10 16

4

30V

250V~

380V~

5

B

Number of operations

C

Resistive circuit

D

Inductive circuit

E

Mechanical life limit

F

Current in Amps

10

-

10

-

22

-

10 7

-10

+70

300

2

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83 842 8

2

83 845 7

Dimensions

Product

Body

2

1

Actuators

83 840 7

B

Axis of head rotation

C

No. 13 sealing gland

83 841 7 83 842 7

83 842 9

B

Min. angle between 2 successive adjustments

0°10

83 843 7

110

79 210 997 (for 83 843 7) 79 210 998 (for 83 843 7)

1

B

Block 1

Block 1 must not be mounted the other way round

Adjustable in 90° steps

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Limit switch to standard EN 50047

Series 83 850 with plunger/roller plunger

Series 83 850 with roller lever

Series 83 850 with adjustable roller lever

Series 83 850 with special levers

Series 83 854 with plunger/roller plunger with manual reset

Series 83 854 with roller lever with manual reset

Series 83 854 with adjustable roller lever with manual reset

Conformity to standards

Conformity to standards

IEC 536-1, IEC 947-5-1, CSA C22.2 No. 14, EN 50047, EN 60947-5-1,

EN 60204-1, NFC 20030 (class II for 83 850/class I for 83 851) , UL 508,

VDE 0660/200

IP66

Single-pole

Protection

Version

Electrical characteristics

Assigned insulation voltage (Ui) V

Thermal current (Ith) A

Use category

500

10

A300 - Q300

AC15=6 A/250 V - 1.9 A/380 V

DC13=3 A/24 V

Short circuit test IEC 947.5.1

Current peak

Short circuit protection (SCPD)

Electrical protection by internal earth terminal (83 851 / 83 855)

Connections

Saddle washer and screw

Max. wire cross-section

Connection

Approvals

1000 A at 250 VAC 0.5 < cos ϕ < 0.7

fuse 10 A gF

M 3.5

2 x 1.5 mm 2 / 1 x 2.5 mm 2 with sealing gland PG13

83 850, 83 851 : UL listed A300 - Q300 CSA A300 - Q300

83 854, 83 855 : Slow break version NC + NO, UL/CSA please consult us

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Limit switch to standard EN 50047

Series 83 850 with plunger/roller plunger

Adjustable metal head

4 positions 90°

2

Main specifications

Steel plunger Plunger with steel roller Plunger + lever with vertical plastic roller

Plunger + lever with lateral plastic roller

Housing

Thermoplastic with double insulation

Action

Snap action

Thermoplastic with double insulation

Metal

Dependent

Snap action

Metal Dependent

General characteristics

Special option - configuration EN

50047

Function

Sequence

Snap action

Sequence

Dependent action

83 850 001 83 850 501 83 850 101 83 850 201

83 850 011

83 851 001

83 851 011

83 850 511

83 851 501

83 851 511

B

NC+NO

21-22

0 1,8 4,5F

6 mm

C

NC+NO

21-22

0 3,2 7,8F mm

0,9

1,5

83 850 111

83 851 101

83 851 111

E

NC+NO

21-22

0 6,5 15,5Fmm

3

83 850 211

83 851 201

83 851 211

-

NC+NO

13-14

0 6,5

3

15,5Fmm

0 1,8

3

3,2F 6 mm 0 3,2 5,6 5,8Fmm

13-14

0 6,5

9,5

11F mm 0 6,5

9,5

11F mm

Positive break operation

Minimum operating force (N)

Minimum total travel force (N)

Min. positive opening travel (N)

Mechanical life (millions of operations) mini.

Temperature limits use (°C)

Temperature limits stored (°C)

Protection rating

Weight (plastic/metal) (g)

Product adaptations

10

12

25

15

-25

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

90/185

10

12

25

15

-25

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

100/185

9

10

20

15

-25

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

100/185

9

10

20

15

-25

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

100/185

Operating sequence

Number of circuits

Type of function

Direction of head

Connection via ISO sealing gland

Special marking

Pre-wiring option

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Principles

Function

Four-terminal double break two-way contact element (form Zb) with positive opening NC contacts. The 2 moving contacts are electrically isolated from one another.

Independent snap action contact 1 NO + 1 NC Dependent action contact 1 NO + 1 NC

21 13

22 14

Zb

21 13

22 14

Zb

Dimensions

Product

83 850 001/011

83 851 001/011

22

20

12,5

Ø 9

83 850 501/511

83 851 501/511

Ø 13

12,5

5

83 850 101/111 - 201/211

83 851 101/111 - 201/211

Ø 13

Ø 13

25,75

12,5

5

4,3

30,5 15

33

Pg 13,5

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Limit switch to standard EN 50047

Series 83 850 with roller lever

Adjustable metal rotary head

4 positions 90°

Momentary action

Action to right and left

Plastic or rubber roller

Main specifications

With lever and plastic roller Ø22 offset 40

Housing

Thermoplastic with double insulation

Thermoplastic with double insulation

Metal

Action

Snap action

Dependent

Snap action

Metal Dependent

General characteristics

83 850 301

83 850 311

83 851 301

83 851 311

Special option - configuration EN 50047 -

Function NC+NO

Sequence

Snap action 21-22

13-14

21-22

13-14

12°

Sequence

Dependent action

21-22

13-14

Positive break operation

With lever and plastic roller Ø19 offset 53

83 850 312

83 851 302

83 851 312

A

NC+NO

21-22

13-14

21-22

13-14

12°

21-22

13-14

83 850 302

With lever and rubber roller Ø50 offset 47

83 850 315

83 851 305

83 851 315

-

NC+NO

21-22

13-14

21-22

13-14

12°

21-22

13-14

83 850 305

With lever and rubber roller Ø50 offset 53.5

83 850 316

83 851 306

83 851 316

-

NC+NO

21-22

13-14

21-22

13-14

12°

21-22

13-14

83 850 306

Minimum operating force (cmN)

Minimum total travel force (cmN)

Min. positive opening travel (cmN)

Mechanical life (millions of operations) mini.

Temperature limits use (°C)

Temperature limits stored (°C)

Protection rating

Weight (plastic/metal) (g)

Product adaptations

28

37

75

15

-25

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

130/220

28

37

75

15

-25

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

130/220

28

37

75

15

-25

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

145/235

28

37

75

15

-25

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

145/235

Operating sequence

Number of circuits

Type of function

Direction of head and lever

Connection via ISO sealing gland

Special marking

Pre-wiring option

Special levers

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Principles

Function

Four-terminal double break two-way contact element (form Zb) with positive opening NC contacts. The 2 moving contacts are electrically isolated from one another.

Snap action contact 1 NO + 1 NC Dependent action contact 1 NO + 1 NC

21 13

22 14

Zb

21 13

22 14

Zb

Dimensions

Product

83 850 301/311

83 851 301/311

83 850 302/312

83 851 302/312

83 850 305/315

83 851 305/315

46,5

40

6

21

59,5

53

6

47

10

Ø 22

Ø 19

Ø 50

83 850 306/316

83 851 306/316

Ø 50

53,5

10

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Limit switch to standard EN 50047

Series 83 850 with adjustable roller lever

Adjustable metal rotary head

4 positions 90°

Momentary action

Action to right and left

Plastic or rubber roller

2

Main specifications

Housing

Thermoplastic with double insulation

Thermoplastic with double insulation

Metal

Metal

General characteristics

Function

Sequence

Snap action

Action

Snap action

Dependent

Snap action

Dependent

With adjustable lever and plastic roller Ø22 offset 32.5 or 45

83 850 303

83 850 313

83 851 303

83 851 313

NC+NO

21-22

0° 25°

13-14

21-22

13-14

12°

75°

With adjustable lever and rubber roller Ø50 offset 46

83 850 307

83 850 317

83 851 307

83 851 317

NC+NO

21-22

0° 25°

13-14

21-22

13-14

12°

With adjustable lever and rubber roller Ø50 adjustable offset 53.5 to

69.5

83 850 308

83 850 318

83 851 308

83 851 318

75°

NC+NO

21-22

0° 25°

13-14

21-22

13-14

12°

75°

Sequence

Dependent action

Minimum operating force (cmN)

Minimum total travel force (cmN)

Min. positive opening travel (cmN)

Mechanical life (millions of operations) mini.

Temperature limits use (°C)

Temperature limits stored (°C)

Protection rating

Weight (plastic/metal) (g)

Product adaptations

13-14

0° 32°

13-14

0° 32°

13-14

0° 32°

28

37

75

15

-25

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

150/240

28

37

75

15

-25

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

165/255

28

37

75

15

-25

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

165/255

Operating sequence

Number of circuits

Type of function

Direction of head and lever

Connection via ISO sealing gland

Special marking

Pre-wiring option

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Principles

Function

Four-terminal double break two-way contact element (form Zb). The 2 moving contacts are electrically isolated from one another.

Units with adjustable levers do not conform to standard IEC/EN 60947-5-1

Snap action contact 1 NO + 1 NC

21 13

22 14

Zb

Dependent action contact 1 NO + 1 NC

21 13

22 14

Zb

Dimensions

Product

83 850 303/313

83 851 303/313

50,5

45

32,5 6

83 850 307/317

83 851 307/317

46

10

Ø 22

Ø 50

83 850 308/318

83 851 308/318

53,5 - 69,5

10

Ø 50

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Limit switch to standard EN 50047

Series 83 850 with special levers

Adjustable metal rotary head

4 positions 90°

Momentary action

Action to right and left

Main specifications

Housing

Thermoplastic with double insulation

Thermoplastic with double insulation

Metal

Metal

General characteristics

Function

Sequence

Snap action

Action

Snap action

Dependent

Snap action

Dependent

2

Sequence

Dependent action

Minimum operating force (cmN)

Minimum operating force (N)

Minimum total travel force (cmN)

Minimum total travel force (N)

Min. positive opening travel (cmN)

Mechanical life (millions of operations) mini.

Temperature limits use (°C)

Temperature limits stored (°C)

Protection rating

Weight (plastic/metal) (g)

Product adaptations

Operating sequence

Number of circuits

Type of function

Direction of head and lever

Connection via ISO sealing gland

Length of polyamide rod actuator

Length of flexible lever

Special marking

Pre-wiring option

With adjustable polyamide rod actuator

Flexible metal lever

83 850 304

83 850 314

83 851 304

83 851 314

NC+NO

21-22

0° 25°

13-14

21-22

13-14

12°

75°

83 850 601

83 850 611

83 851 601

83 851 611

NC+NO

21-22

0° 25°

13-14

21-22

13-14

12°

75°

13-14

0° 32°

13-14

0° 32°

28

-

37

-

75

15

-25

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

150/240

-

3

-

4.5

-

15

-25

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

150/240

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Principles

Function

Four-terminal double break two-way contact element (form Zb) with positive opening NC contacts. The 2 moving contacts are electrically isolated from one another.

Snap action contact 1 NO + 1 NC Dependent action contact 1 NO + 1 NC

21 13

22 14

Zb

21 13

22 14

Zb

Dimensions

Product

83 850 304/314

83 851 304/314

9,5

Ø 6

44

40

83 850 601/611

83 851 601/611

Ø 7 12,5

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Limit switch to standard EN 50047

Series 83 854 with plunger/roller plunger with manual reset

Adjustable metal head

4 positions 90°

Maintained action

Manual reset

2

Main specifications

Housing

Thermoplastic

Metal

Action

Dependent

Dependent

General characteristics

Sequence

Dependent action

Positive break operation

Steel plunger

83 854 011

83 855 011

0 1,8

3

3,2F 6 mm

Plunger with steel roller Plunger + lever with vertical plastic roller

83 854 511

83 855 511

0 3,2

83 854 111

83 855 111

5,4 5,6Fmm

13-14

0 6,5

9,5

11F mm

Plunger + lever with lateral plastic roller

83 854 211

83 855 211

0 6,5

9,5

11F mm

Minimum operating force (N)

Minimum total travel force (N)

10

12

Minimum positive operating force (N) 2.5

Mechanical life 10

6

operations mini.

1

Temperature limits use (°C)

Temperature limits stored (°C)

Protection rating

-20

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

Weight (plastic/metal) (g) 145/230

Product adaptations

9

10

2.5

1

-20

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

155/240

Number of circuits

Type of function

Direction of head

Connection via ISO sealing gland

Special marking

Pre-wiring option

9

10

20

1

-20

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

150/240

9

10

20

1

-20

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

150/240

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Principles

Function

Four-terminal double break two-way contact element (form Zb) with positive opening NC contacts. The 2 moving contacts are electrically isolated from one another.

After actuation, the safety contact remains locked open in position "NC". It is unlocked by pressing the reset button.

Dependent action contact 1 NO + 1 NC

21 13

22 14

Zb

Dimensions

Product

83 854 011

83 855 011

22

20

12,5

Ø 9

83 854 511

83 855 511

Ø 13

12,5

5

83 854 111/211

83 855 111/211

Ø 13

Ø 13

12,5

5

4,3

30,5 15

33

42

2

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2

Limit switch to standard EN 50047

Series 83 854 with roller lever with manual reset

Adjustable metal head

4 positions 90°

Momentary action

Action to right and left

Manual reset

Plastic or rubber roller

Main specifications

Housing

Thermoplastic

Metal Dependent

General characteristics

Sequence

Dependent action

Action

Dependent

With lever and plastic roller Ø19 offset 21 or 53

83 854 312

83 855 312

With lever and plastic roller Ø22 offset 33.5 or 40

0° 25° 46°

13-14

83 854 311

83 855 311

With lever and rubber roller Ø50 offset 47

83 854 315

83 855 315

With lever and rubber roller Ø50 offset 53.5

0° 25° 46°

13-14

83 854 316

83 855 316

Positive break operation

Minimum operating force (cmN) 28

Minimum total travel force (cmN) 37

Minimum positive operating force (cmN) 75

Mechanical life 10 6 operations mini.

Temperature limits use (°C)

Temperature limits stored (°C)

Protection rating

Weight (plastic/metal) (g)

1

-20

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

190/270

Product adaptations

28

37

75

1

-20

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

190/270

Number of circuits

Type of function

Direction of head and lever

Connection via ISO sealing gland

Special marking

Pre-wiring option

Special levers

28

37

75

1

-20

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

190/270

28

37

75

1

-20

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

190/270

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Principles

Function

Four-terminal double break two-way contact element (form Zb) with positive opening NC contacts. The 2 moving contacts are electrically isolated from one another.

After actuation, the safety contact remains locked open in position "NC". It is unlocked by pressing the reset button.

Dependent action contact 1 NO + 1 NC

21 13

22 14

Zb

Dimensions

Product

83 854 312

83 855 312

53

6 21

Ø 19

83 854 311

83 855 311

6

40

33,5

Ø 22

83 854 315

83 855 315

10

47

Ø 50

83 854 316

83 855 316

53,5

10

Ø 50

2

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Limit switch to standard EN 50047

Series 83 854 with adjustable roller lever with manual reset

Adjustable metal head

4 positions 90°

Maintained action

Manual reset

Plastic or rubber roller

2

Main specifications

With adjustable lever and plastic roller Ø22 offset 32.5 or 45

Housing

Thermoplastic

Metal

General characteristics

Sequence

Dependent action

Action

Dependent

Dependent

83 854 313

83 855 313

Minimum operating force (cmN)

Minimum total travel force (cmN)

Mechanical life 10

6

operations mini.

Temperature limits use (°C)

Temperature limits stored (°C)

Protection rating

Weight (plastic/metal) (g)

Product adaptations

21-22

13-14

28

37

1

-20

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

210/300

Number of circuits

Type of function

Direction of head and lever

Connection via ISO sealing gland

Special marking

Pre-wiring option

With adjustable lever and plastic roller Ø50 offset 46

83 854 317

83 855 317

21-22

13-14

28

37

1

-20

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

210/300

With adjustable lever and rubber roller Ø50 adjustable offset

53.5 to 69.5

83 854 318

83 855 318

21-22

13-14

28

37

1

-20

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

230/320

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Principles

Function

Four-terminal double break two-way contact element (form Zb) with positive opening NC contacts. The 2 moving contacts are electrically isolated from one another.

After actuation, the safety contact remains locked open in position "NC". It is unlocked by pressing the reset button.

Dependent action contact 1 NO + 1 NC

21 13

22 14

Zb

Dimensions

Product

83 854 313

83 855 313

45

6

32,5

Ø 22 / Ø 50

83 854 317

83 855 317

10

46

Ø 50

83 854 318

83 855 318

53,5 - 69,5

10

Ø 50

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Limit switch to standard EN 50041

Series 83 861 with plunger/roller plunger

Series 83 861 with roller lever

Series 83 861 with adjustable roller lever

Series 83 861 with special levers

Series 83 863 cable-operated with manual reset

Conformity to standards

Conformity to standards

EN 5041, IEC 947-5-1, VDE 0660/200, UL 508, CSA C22.2 No. 14,

IEC 536-1, EN 60204-1, NFC 20030 class I

IP66

Protection

Electrical characteristics

Assigned insulation voltage (Ui) V

Thermal current (Ith) A

Use category

500

10

A300 - Q300

AC15=6 A/250 V - 1.9 A/380 V

DC13=3 A/24 V

Short circuit test IEC 947.5.1

Current peak

Short circuit protection (SCPD)

Electrical protection by internal earth terminal

Connections

Saddle washer and screw

Max. wire cross-section

Connection

Approvals

1000 A at 250 VAC 0.5 < cos ϕ < 0.7

fuse 10 A gF

M 3.5

2 x 1.5 mm 2 / 1 x 2.5 mm 2 with sealing gland PG13

UL listed A300 - Q300 - CSA A300

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Limit switch to standard EN 50041

Series 83 861 with roller lever

Adjustable metal rotary head

4 positions 90°

Momentary action

Action to right and left

Plastic or rubber roller

Main specifications

With lever and plastic roller Ø22 offset 43.5

Housing

Metal

Action

Snap action

Metal Dependent

General characteristics

83 861 301

83 861 311

Special option - configuration EN 50041 -

Function NC + NO

Sequence

Snap action 21-22

13-14

21-22

13-14

12°

Sequence

Dependent action

21-22

13-14

Positive break operation

21-22

13-14

With lever and plastic roller Ø19 offset 56

83 861 302

83 861 312

A

NC + NO

21-22

13-14

21-22

13-14

12°

With lever and rubber roller Ø50 offset 50.5

83 861 305

83 861 315

-

NC + NO

21-22

13-14

21-22

13-14

12°

21-22

13-14

21-22

13-14

With lever and rubber roller Ø50 offset 57

83 861 306

83 861 316

-

NC + NO

21-22

13-14

21-22

13-14

12°

Minimum operating force (cmN)

Minimum total travel force (cmN)

Min. positive opening travel (cmN)

Mechanical life (millions of operations) mini.

Temperature limits use (°C)

Temperature limits stored (°C)

Protection rating

Weight (plastic/metal) (g)

Product adaptations

28

37

75

15

-25

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

340/385

28

37

75

15

-25

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

340/385

28

37

75

15

-25

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

340/400

28

37

75

15

-25

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

340/400

Operating sequence

Number of circuits

Type of function

Direction of head and lever

Connection via ISO sealing gland

Special marking

Pre-wiring option

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Principles

Function

Four-terminal double break two-way contact element (form Zb) with positive opening NC contacts. The 2 moving contacts are electrically isolated from one another.

Snap action contact 1 NO + 1 NC Dependent action contact 1 NO + 1 NC

21 13

22 14

Zb

21 13

22 14

Zb

Dimensions

Product

83 861 301 / 311 83 861 302 / 312 83 861 305 / 315

50,5

10

Ø 50

83 861 306 / 316

Ø 50

57

10

2

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Limit switch to standard EN 50041

Series 83 861 with plunger/roller plunger

Adjustable metal head

4 positions 90°

Metal case

2

Main specifications

Steel plunger Plunger with steel roller Plunger + lever with vertical plastic roller

Housing

Metal

Metal

Action

Snap action

Dependent

83 861 001

83 861 011

General characteristics

Special option - configuration EN 50041 B

NC + NO Function

Sequence

Snap action

21-22

0 2 4,7F

6 mm

83 861 501

83 861 511

C

NC + NO

21-22

0 2 4,7F

6 mm

83 861 101

83 861 111

-

NC + NO

21-22

0 2 4,7F

6 mm

Plunger + lever with lateral plastic roller

83 861 201

83 861 211

-

NC + NO

21-22

0 2 4,7F

6 mm

Sequence

Dependent action

0 2

0,9

3,2

3,4F 6 mm 0 2

0,9

3,2

3,4F 6 mm 0 2

0,9

3,2

3,4F 6 mm 0 2

0,9

3,2

3,4F 6 mm

Positive break operation

Minimum operating force (N)

Minimum total travel force (N)

Min. positive opening travel (N)

Temperature limits use (°C)

Temperature limits stored (°C)

Protection rating

Weight (plastic/metal) (g)

Product adaptations

10

12

25

-25

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

215/340

10

12

25

-25

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

215/350

9

10

20

-25

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

215/360

9

10

20

-25

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

215/365

Operating sequence

Number of circuits

Type of function

Direction of head

Connection via ISO sealing gland

Special marking

Pre-wiring option

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Principles

Function

Four-terminal double break two-way contact element (form Zb) with positive opening NC contacts. The 2 moving contacts are electrically isolated from one another.

Snap action contact 1 NO + 1 NC

21 13

22 14

Zb

Dimensions

Product

83 861 001 / 011

Dependent action contact 1 NO + 1 NC

21 13

22 14

Zb

83 861 501 / 511

83 861 101 / 111 / 201 / 211

Ø 18

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Limit switch to standard EN 50041

Series 83 861 with adjustable roller lever

Adjustable metal rotary head

4 positions 90°

Momentary action

Action to right and left

Plastic or rubber roller

2

Main specifications

Housing

Metal

Metal

General characteristics

Function

Sequence

Snap action

Sequence

Dependent action

Action

Snap action

Dependent

Minimum operating force (cmN)

Minimum total travel force (cmN)

Min. positive opening travel (cmN)

Temperature limits use (°C)

Temperature limits stored (°C)

Protection rating

Weight (plastic/metal) (g)

Product adaptations

Operating sequence

Number of circuits

Type of function

Direction of head and lever

Connection via ISO sealing gland

Special marking

Pre-wiring option

With adjustable lever and plastic roller Ø22 offset 36 or 48

83 861 303

83 861 313

NC + NO

21-22

0° 25°

13-14

21-22

13-14

12°

75°

With adjustable lever and rubber roller Ø50 offset 49

83 861 307

83 861 317

NC + NO

21-22

0° 25°

13-14

21-22

13-14

12°

75°

With adjustable lever and rubber roller Ø50 adjustable offset 57 to

73

83 861 308

83 861 318

NC + NO

13-14

0° 25°

12°

75°

13-14

0° 32°

13-14

0° 32°

21-22

13-14

28

37

75

-25

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

365/405

28

37

75

-25

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

365/420

28

37

75

-25

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

365/420

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Principles

Function

Four-terminal double break two-way contact element (form Zb) with positive opening NC contacts. The 2 moving contacts are electrically isolated from one another.

Units with adjustable levers do not conform to standard IEC/EN 60947-5-1.

Snap action contact 1 NO + 1 NC

21 13

22 14

Zb

Dependent action contact 1 NO + 1 NC

21 13

22 14

Zb

Dimensions

Product

83 861 303 / 313 83 861 307 / 317

49,25

10

83 861 308 / 318

57 - 73

10

Ø 50

Ø 50

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Limit switch to standard EN 50041

Series 83 861 with special levers

Adjustable metal rotary head

4 positions 90°

Momentary action

Action to right and left

Main specifications

Housing

Metal

Metal

Action

Snap action

Dependent

General characteristics

Special option - configuration EN 50041

Function

Sequence

Snap action

2

Sequence

Dependent action

Minimum operating force (cmN)

Minimum total travel force (cmN)

Min. positive opening travel (cmN)

Temperature limits use (°C)

Temperature limits stored (°C)

Protection rating

Weight (plastic/metal) (g)

Product adaptations

Operating sequence

Number of circuits

Type of function

Direction of head and lever

Connection via ISO sealing gland

Length of polyamide rod actuator

Length and Ø of flexible lever

Special marking

Pre-wiring option

With adjustable polyamide rod actuator

Flexible metal lever

83 861 304

83 861 314

D

NC + NO

13-14

0° 25°

12°

75°

83 861 601

83 861 611

D

NC + NO

13-14

0° 25°

12°

13-14

0° 32°

28

37

75

-25

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

360/405

3

4.5

-

-25

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

335/375

75°

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Principles

Function

Four-terminal double break two-way contact element (form Zb) with positive opening NC contacts. The 2 moving contacts are electrically isolated from one another.

Units with adjustable levers or flexible levers do not conform to standard IEC/EN 60947-5-1.

Snap action contact 1 NO + 1 NC

21 13

22 14

Zb

Dependent action contact 1 NO + 1 NC

21 13

22 14

Zb

Dimensions

Product

83 861 304 / 314 83 861 601 / 611

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2

Limit switch to standard EN 50041

Series 83 863 cable-operated with manual reset

Cable-operated limit switches are safety devices used to cut the electrical power circuit and ensure the safety of both personnel and machinery.

Certain applications require safety checks over a long distance. For such applications the operator must be able to interrupt the system immediately by pulling on the cable, irrespective of his position in relation to the machine.

Main specifications

Housing

Metal

General characteristics

Function

Sequence

Dependent action

Positive break operation

Initial force (N)

Minimum operating force (N)

Minimum operating travel (mm)

Differential travel (mm)

Maximum total travel (mm)

Mechanical life 10 6 operations

Temperature limits use (°C)

Temperature limits stored (°C)

Protection rating

Cable length (m)

Weight (g)

Comments

* Setting point

Product adaptations

Action

Dependent

Type of function

Accessories

Special operation

Special marking

Pre-wiring option

Dependent action

83 863 001

NO + NC

0 mm 3

21-22

11-12

*

4,5

8 mm

50

60

4

2

8

30

-20

+80

-40

+80

IP 66

6

430

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Principles

Function

Four-terminal double break two-way contact element (form Zb) with positive opening NC contacts. The 2 moving contacts are electrically isolated from one another.

After actuation, the safety contact remains locked open in position "NC". It is unlocked by pressing the reset button.

Dependent action contact with overlap 1 NO + 1 NC

11 21

12 22

Z b

Dimensions

Product

30 16

7,5x5,3

40 16

36

53

Pg 13,5

Connections

1

11 12

11

2

12

3

11 12

21 22

21 22

21 22

B

Cable taut in standby position

C

Cable broken

D

Cable pulled

Note : contacts 11-12 and 21-22 must be wired in series.

Applications

L

1 2 3 4 5

B

Hexagonal nut BM 10 DIN 439

C

Threaded ring BM 10 DIN 439

D

5 mm B cable eyelet DIN 6899

E

5 mm cable clamp DIN 1480

F

Steel cable, red PVC sheath Ø 5

4 3

In standby position, the wire must be sufficiently taut for the groove on the head to be showing, and contacts 11-12 and 21-22 to be closed.

L : Free length of cable (6 m max.)

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2

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Compact limit switch conforming to NFC 63 145

Series 83 870 with cable output

Series 83 870 with connector output

Series 83 870 with low level cable or connector output

Series 83 880 with cable output

General characteristics

Conformity to standards

Protection against electric shocks

Degree of protection IEC 60529

Degree of protection according to NEMA 250

Electrical characteristics

Connections

Operating temperature (°C)

IEC/EN 60947.5.1

Dimensional conformity : NFC 63145

Low voltage directive : 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC

Declaration of incorporation in accordance with Machinery directive

89/392/EEC/IEC/EN : 60204.1

NFC 20030 or IEC 60536 class 1, degree of pollution 3

IP 66/67

Type 1, 3, 4, 6, 13

5-core cable (UL) , 0.75 mm

2

AWG19, ext. Ø 7.3 mm

-25

+70°C

2

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Compact limit switch conforming to NFC 63 145

Series 83 870 with cable output

IP 66/67

Metal case

cUL approval

2

Main specifications

Metal plunger

Characteristics

Standard

Standard

Standard

Standard

Plunger with 90° roller

Plunger with 90° roller

Plunger with 90° roller

Plunger with 90° roller

Mechanical characteristics

Sequence

Snap action

Type of output

Cable length 1 m

Cable length 2 m

Cable length 3 m

Cable length 6 m

Cable length 1 m

Cable length 2 m

Cable length 3 m

Cable length 6 m

Minimum operating force (N)

Minimum operating force (Nm)

Minimum total travel force (N)

Minimum total travel force (Nm)

Min. positive opening travel (N)

Min. positive opening travel (Nm)

Mechanical life millions of operations

Vertical approach speed

Horizontal approach speed (30° cam)

Weight (g)

General characteristics

Assigned impulse voltage (Uimp) - V

Assigned insulation voltage (Ui) V

Thermal current (Ith) A

Low-load switching - Minimum voltage (V)

Low-load switching - Minimum current (mA)

Assigned working characteristics (EN 60 947.5.1, UL 508)

Electrical life according to IEC 947-5-1 appendix C

Electrical protection

Approvals

Product adaptations

Contact type

Rear output

Protective scraper seal

Length of cable/connector/stripping

Special marking

2500

500

10

10

100

A300 = AC15 240 V 3 A / 120 V 6 A Alternating current

Q150 = DC13 125 V 0.55 A Direct current

250 V 3 A AC15 500.000 operations

24 V 8 W DC13 500.000 operations

Integral protective earth conductor

Short-circuit protection device : IEC/EN 60947-5-1

Fuse 6 AgG

UL 508, UL 50

83 870 101

83 870 102

83 870 103

83 870 106

-

-

-

-

BK-BK

BN-BU

BK-BK

BN-BU

PRP

19,8 mm

PA

18 mm

POP

15,8mm

CD 1,1 mm

PFC

14,7mm

10

-

30

-

28

-

10

1 mm/min

0.5 m/s

-

170

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Metal roller plunger Metal plunger with threaded barrel

Roller plunger - metal with threaded barrel

Metal roller lever

(2 directions of attack)

83 871 101

83 871 102

83 871 103

83 871 106

83 875 101

83 875 102

83 875 103

83 875 106

83 874 101

83 874 102

83 874 103

83 874 106

-

-

-

-

83 872 101

83 872 102

83 872 103

83 872 106

83 876 101

83 876 102

83 876 103

83 876 106

83 873 101

83 873 102

83 873 103

83 873 106

-

-

-

-

BK-BK

BN-BU

BK-BK

BN-BU

PRP

29,9 mm

PA

28 mm

POP

25,7 mm

CD 1,1 mm

PFC

24,7 mm

10

-

30

-

30

-

10

1 mm/min

0.5 m/s

1 mm/min

0.3 m/s

180

BK-BK

BN-BU

BK-BK

BN-BU

BK-BK

BN-BU

PRP

34,8 mm

PA

33 mm

POP

30,8 mm

PFC

29,7 mm

CD 1,1 mm

10

-

30

-

28

-

10

1 mm/min

0.5 m/s

-

200

BK-BK

BN-BU

PRP

45 mm

PA

43,1 mm

POP

40,8 mm

CD 1,1 mm

PFC

39,8 m

10

-

30

-

28

-

28

1 mm/min

0.5 m/s

1 mm/min

0.3 m/s

200

BK-BK

BN-BU

BK-BK

BN-BU

PRP

PA

27°

CD 14°

POP

58°

-

0.15

-

0.35

-

0.15

10

-

1 mm/min

1.5 m/s

210

PFC

69°

Principles

Function

Four-terminal double break two-way contact element (form Zb) with positive opening NC contacts. The 2 moving contacts are electrically isolated from one another.

Snap-action contact

1 2

BN BK

Zb

BU BK

3 2

B

Brown

C

Black

D

Blue

E

Green-yellow

GN-YW

4

2

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Dimensions

Product

83 870 1

20

Ø 8

1

2

r = 10

83 871 1

Ø 10

Ø 11

3,4

1

83 875 1

1

Ø 11

3,4

4

Ø 4,3

3

30

B

POP marking

C

See sequence diagram

D

Rear output on request

E

Ø 8 x 4.3 - 4 counterbores

83 874 1

Ø 11

1

2

16

B

POP marking

83 872 1

Ø 10

M 1 2 x 0 ,7 5

3 ,4

1

2

B

POP marking

83 876 1

M12 x 0,75

Ø 10

Ø 10

1

2

2

B

POP marking

C

Max. thickness 8.5 mm

83 873 1

23,6

4,4

1 2

26,6

3

B

POP marking

C

Max.tightening thickness 10.5

B

POP marking

C

Max.tightening thickness 10.5

31,5

B

Offset A

C

Offset B (on request)

D

POP marking

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Compact limit switch conforming to NFC 63 145

Series 83 870 with connector output

IP 66/67

Metal case

cUL approval

2

Main specifications

Characteristics

4-pin

4-pin 90°

5-pin

Mechanical characteristics

Sequence

Snap action

Type of output

Connector

Connector

Connector

Minimum operating force (N)

Minimum total travel force (N)

Min. positive opening travel (N)

Mechanical life millions of operations

Vertical approach speed

Horizontal approach speed (30° cam)

Weight (g)

Comments

4-pin : 1-2 / 1-4

5-pin : (1-2) / (3-4)

General characteristics

Assigned impulse voltage (Uimp) - V

Assigned insulation voltage (Ui) V

Thermal current (Ith) A

Low-load switching - Minimum voltage (V)

Low-load switching - Minimum current (mA)

Assigned working characteristics (EN 60 947.5.1, UL 508)

Electrical life according to IEC 947-5-1 appendix C

Electrical protection

Approvals

Product adaptations

Contact type

Rear output

Protective scraper seal

Cable length

Metal plunger

1-2 (1-2)

1-4 (3-4)

1-2 (1-2)

1-4 (3-4)

PRP

19,8 mm

83 870 140

-

PA

18 mm

POP

15,8 mm

CD 1,1 mm

PFC

14,7 mm

10

30

28

10

1 mm/min

0.5 m/s

-

90

2500 (5-pin : 1500)

250 (5-pin : 60)

4

10

100

C 300/Ie = 4 A max/Ue = 250 V max (5-pin : Ie = 4 A max - Ue = 48 V max)

Q 150

250 V 2.5 A AC15 500.000 operations

24 V 8 W DC13 500.000 operations

Integral protective earth conductor

Short-circuit protection device : IEC/EN 60947.5.1

Fuse 2 A gC

UL 508 (4 pins C300 - Q 150) , (5 pins 48 V AC/DC 4 A)

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Metal roller plunger Metal plunger with threaded barrel

Roller plunger - metal with threaded barrel

Steel metal roller lever

(2 directions of attack)

1-2 (1-2)

1-4 (3-4)

1-2

1-4

(1-2)

(3-4)

PRP

29,9 mm

83 871 140

83 875 140

1-2

1-4

(1-2)

(3-4)

PA

28 mm

POP

25,7 mm

CD 1,1 mm

PFC

24,7 mm

1-2

1-4

(1-2)

(3-4)

PRP

34,8 mm

83 874 140

-

1-2 (1-2)

1-4 (3-4)

PA

33mm

POP

30,8 mm

CD 1,1 mm

PFC

29,7 mm

1-2 (1-2)

1-4 (3-4)

PRP

45mm

83 872 140

83 876 140

PA

43,1mm

POP

40,8mm

CD 1,1 mm

PFC

39,8mm

1-2

1-4

(1-2)

(3-4)

1-2

1-4

(1-2)

(3-4)

PRP

83 873 140

-

PA

27°

CD 14°

POP

58°

PFC

69°

10

30

28

10

1 mm/min

0.5 m/s

1 mm/min

0.3 m/s

100

10

30

28

10

1 mm/min

0.5 m/s

-

120

10

30

28

10

1 mm/min

0.5 m/s

1 mm/min

0.3 m/s

120

15

35

15

10

-

1 mm/min

1.5 m/s

130

Principles

Function

Four-terminal double break two-way contact element (form Zb) with positive opening NC contacts. The 2 moving contacts are electrically isolated from one another (5-pin version).

Snap-action contact

4-pin 5-pin

2

4

1

3

1

3

Zb

2

4

5

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Dimensions

Product

83 870 1

Ø 8

20

2

4

Ø 4,3

1

r = 10

16

83 871 1

Ø 10

Ø 11

3,4

1

30

3

14

B

See sequence diagram

C

POP marking

D

Rear output on request

E

Ø 8 x 4.3 - 4 counterbores

83 874 1

Ø 11

1

3

2

4

M12x1

1 45°

5

B

POP Marking

83 872 1

Ø 10

M 1 2 x 0 ,7 5

3 ,4

2

1

2

83 875 1

1

Ø 11

3,4

B

POP Marking

83 876 1

M12 x 0,75

Ø 10

Ø 10

1

2

2

B

POP marking

C

Max.tightening thickness 8.5

83 873 1

23,6

4,4

1 2

26,6

3

B

POP marking

C

Max.tightening thickness 10.5

31,5

B

Offset A

C

Offset B (by request)

D

POP Marking

B

POP marking

C

Max.tightening thickness 10.5

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2

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC 63 145

Series 83 870 with low level cable or connector output

IP 66/67

Metal case

UL approval

Reduced differential travel

Reduced pre-travel (83 873 only)

Main specifications

Metal plunger

Characteristics

Standard

Standard

Plunger with 90° roller

Plunger with 90° roller

Mechanical characteristics

Sequence

Snap action

Type of output

Cable 1 m long

Connector

Cable 1 m long

Connector

Minimum operating force (N)

Minimum total travel force (N)

Min. positive opening travel (N)

Mechanical life millions of operations

Vertical approach speed

Horizontal approach speed (30° cam)

Weight (g)

Comments

Cable : BK -BK /BN-BU

Connector : (1-2) / (3-4)

General characteristics

Assigned impulse voltage (Uimp) - V

Assigned insulation voltage (Ui) V

Operating voltage

Operating current

Resistance (

Ω)

Electrical protection

Approvals

Product adaptations

Contact type

Rear output

Protective scraper seal

Length of cable/connector/stripping

2500

250

4 to 30 V

1 to 100 mA

≤ 100 mΩ

Integral earth wire

Short-circuit protection device : IEC/EN 60947-5-1

Fuse 6 AgG

UL 508, 30 V AC/DC : 0.14

83 870 301

83 870 320

-

-

BK-BK

BN-BU

(1-2)

(3-4)

BK-BK

BN-BU

(1-2)

(3-4)

PRP

19,8 mm

PA

18,3 mm

CD 0,5 mm

PFC

14,7 mm

10

30

28

10

1 mm/min

0.5 m/s

-

170

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Metal roller plunger Metal plunger with threaded barrel

Roller plunger - metal with threaded barrel

Steel metal roller lever

(2 directions of attack)

BK-BK

BN-BU

(1-2)

(3-4)

BK-BK (1-2)

BN-BU (3-4)

PRP

29,9 mm

83 871 301

83 871 320

83 875 301

83 875 320

PA

28,8 mm

CD 0,5 mm

PFC

24,7 mm

BK-BK

BN-BU

(1-2)

(3-4)

BK-BK

BN-BU

(1-2)

(3-4)

PRP

34,8 mm

83 874 301

83 874 320

-

-

BK-BK

BN-BU

(1-2)

(3-4)

PA

33,3 mm

CD 0,5 mm

PFC

29,7 mm

BK-BK

BN-BU

(1-2)

(3-4)

PRP

45 mm

83 872 301

83 872 320

83 876 301

83 876 320

BK-BK

BN-BU

(1-2)

(3-4)

PA

43,4 mm

CD 0,5 mm

PFC

39,8 mm

BK-BK

BN-BU

(1-2)

(3-4)

PRP

83 873 301

83 873 320

-

-

PA

15°

CD 6°

PFC

69°

10

30

28

10

1 mm/min

0.5 m/s

1 mm/min

0.3 m/s

180

10

30

28

10

1 mm/min

0.5 m/s

-

200

10

30

28

10

1 mm/min

0.5 m/s

1 mm/min

0.3 m/s

200

15

35

15

10

-

1 mm/min

1.5 m/s

210

Principles

Function

Four-terminal double break two-way contact element (form Zb). The 2 moving contacts are electrically isolated from one another.

Snap-action contact

Cable

1 2

BN BK

Zb

BU BK

3 2

B

Brown

C

Black

D

Blue

E

Green-yellow

GN-YW

4

Connector

1

3

Zb

2

4

5

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Dimensions

Product

83 870 3/Cable output

20

1

Ø 8 r = 10

30

3

2

Ø 4,3

B

See sequence diagram

C

Rear output on request

D

Ø 8 x 4.3 - 4 counterbores

83 875 3

Ø 11

3,4

Ø 10

16

83 870 3/Connector output

Ø 8

20

1

r = 10

3

Ø 4,3

16

83 871 3

Ø 10

30

2

14

B

See sequence diagram

C

Rear output on request

D

Ø 8 x 4.3 - 4 counterbores

3

2

4

M12x1

1 45°

5

83 874 3 83 872 3

Ø 11

Ø 10

1

Ø 11

3,4

M 1 2 x 0 ,7 5

3 ,4

1

2

83 876 3

M12 x 0,75

Ø 10

1

B

Max.tightening thickness 10.5

83 873 3

23,6

4,4

1 2

26,6

3

B

Max.tightening thickness 10.5

B

Max.tightening thickness 8.5

B

Offset A

C

Offset B

31,5

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Compact limit switch conforming to NFC 63 145

Series 83 880 with cable output

IP 66/67

Metal case

cUL approval

2

Main specifications

Metal plunger

Characteristics

Standard

Standard

Standard

Standard

Plunger with 90° roller

Plunger with 90° roller

Plunger with 90° roller

Plunger with 90° roller

Mechanical characteristics

Sequence

Snap action

Type of output

Cable length 1 m

Cable length 2 m

Cable length 3 m

Cable length 6 m

Cable length 1 m

Cable length 2 m

Cable length 3 m

Cable length 6 m

Minimum operating force (N)

Minimum operating force (Nm)

Minimum total travel force (N)

Minimum total travel force (Nm)

Min. positive opening travel (N)

Min. positive opening travel (Nm)

Mechanical life millions of operations

Vertical approach speed

Horizontal approach speed (30° cam)

Weight (g)

General characteristics

Assigned impulse voltage (Uimp) - V

Assigned insulation voltage (Ui) V

Thermal current (Ith) A

Low-load switching - Minimum voltage (V)

Low-load switching - Minimum current (mA)

Assigned working characteristics (EN 60 947.5.1, UL 508)

Use category according to IEC 947.5.1

Use category according to UL 508

Electrical protection

Approvals

Product adaptations

Contact type

Rear output

Protective scraper seal

Length of cable/connector/stripping

Connector output

Low level contact

2500

500

10

10

100

A300 = AC15 250 V 6 A

Q150 = DC13 24 V 8 A

AC15=250 V/6 A

DC13=24 V/8 A

A300 - Q150

Integral earth wire

Short-circuit protection device : IEC/EN 60947.5.1

Fuse 6 AgC

UL 508, UL 50

BK-BK

BN-BU

BK-BK

BN-BU

PRP

18,4 mm

83 880 101

83 880 102

83 880 103

83 880 106

-

-

-

-

PA

16,6mm

POP PFC

14,4mm 13,3mm

CD 1,1 mm

10

-

30

-

28

-

10

1 mm/min

0.5 m/s

-

190

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Metal roller plunger Metal plunger with threaded barrel

Roller plunger - metal with threaded barrel

Steel metal roller lever

(2 directions of attack)

BK-BK

BN-BU

BK-BK

BN-BU

PRP

30,3 mm

83 881 101

83 881 102

83 881 103

83 881 106

83 885 101

83 885 102

83 885 103

83 885 106

PA

28,4mm

POP

26,15mm

CD 1,1 mm

PFC

25,15mm

BK-BK

BN-BU

BK-BK

BN-BU

PRP

33,4mm

83 884 101

83 884 102

83 884 103

83 884 106

-

-

-

-

PA

31,6mm

POP

29,4mm

CD 1,1 mm

PFC

28,3mm

BK-BK

BN-BU

BK-BK

BN-BU

PRP

43,6 mm

83 882 101

83 882 102

83 882 103

83 882 106

83 886 101

83 886 102

83 886 103

83 886 106

BK-BK

BN-BU

PA

41,7mm

POP

39,45mm

CD 1,1 mm

PFC

38,45mm

BK-BK

BN-BU

PRP

0

°

83 883 101

83 883 102

83 883 103

83 883 106

-

-

-

-

PA

27

°

CD 14

°

POP

58

°

PFC

69

°

10

-

30

-

28

-

10

1 mm/min

0.5 m/s

1 mm/min

0.3 m/s

200

10

-

30

-

28

-

10

-

1 mm/min

0.3 m/s

220

10

-

30

-

28

-

10

1 mm/min

0.5 m/s

1 mm/min

0.3 m/s

220

-

0.15

-

0.35

-

0.15

10

1 mm/min

0.5 m/s

-

230

Principles

Function

Four-terminal double break two-way contact element (form Zb) with positive opening NC contacts. The 2 moving contacts are electrically isolated from one another.

Snap-action contact

1 2

BN BK

Zb

BU BK

3 2

B

Brown

C

Black

D

Blue

E

Green-yellow

GN-YW

4

2

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Dimensions

Product

83 880 1

Ø 8

2

1

Ø 5,1

3

83 881 1

Ð 0

- 0,3

B

See sequence diagram

C

POP marking

D

Ø 10 x 5.1 - 4 counterbores

83 884 1

Ø 11

1

2

B

POP marking

83 882 1

M12 x 0,75

3,4

1

Ø 11

3,4

1

83 885 1

1

B

POP marking

83 886 1

M12 x 0,75

Ø 10

1

Ø 11

Ø 10

2

2

2

B

POP marking

C

Max.tightening thickness 8.5

83 883 1

23,6

1

B

POP marking

C

Max.tightening thickness 10.5

B

POP marking

C

Max.tightening thickness 10.5

B

POP marking

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Miniature protected limit switch

Series 83 581

Compact dimensions

Contact element : IP67

2

Main specifications

Features

Standard

Dual-current

Mechanical characteristics

Minimum operating force (N)

Minimum total travel force (N)

Differential travel (mm)

Minimum operating travel mm

Maximum total travel mm

Mechanical life (operations)

Operating temperature (°C)

Weight (g)

Connections

Wire output on right

Wire output on left

Cable output

General characteristics

General characteristics

Conformity to standards

Degree of protection IEC 60529

Function

I (Changeover)

I (Changeover)

Electrical characteristics

Assigned operating current (Ie)

Electrical endurance - Standard (operations)

Electrical endurance - Dual-current

Connections

Connection

Product adaptations

Length of cable/connector

Approvals

Telescopic top-mounted plunger

D

G

C

83 581 0

83 581 8

5

20

1

2.5

5

10 5

-20

+85

40

Plunger with axial roller Plunger with 90° roller

D

G

C

83 581 1

83 581 9

5

20

1

2.5

5

10 5

-20

+85

45

D

G

C

5

20

1

2.5

5

10 5

-20

+85

45

NFC 20030 class II

Outer casing : IP57

Contact element : IP67

Standard : 8 A - 250 VAC

Bi-niveau : 0.1 A - 250 VAC

8 A - 250 VAC : 40000

5 A - 250 VAC : 100000

This version is designed to operate both on dual-current (1 mA 4 V minimum) and medium-current (5A) circuits. However, a given product should only be used to switch one type of circuit during its working life.

Flexible leads : PVC 3x1 mm 2 - Length 0.50 m - ext. Ø 2 mm (on the right or left)

Cable : 3x0.75 mm

2

- Length 0.50 m - ext. Ø 5 mm (on left only)

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Principles

Function

Single break two-way contact element (form C : changeover)

B

Black (common)

C

Brown (NC)

E

Blue (NO)

Dimensions

Product

83 581 0 / 83 581 8

1

2

83 581 1 / 83 581 9

1

2

4

3

B

R10 spherical

C

Nuts 14 across flats Thickness 2

D

Output on right

E

Output on left

B

Roller is straight (standard) or at 90°

C

Nut 14 across flats

Thickness 2

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Limit switch for severe environments

Series 83 589

Press button protected by O-ring and scraper seal

2

Main specifications

Housing

Thermoplastic

Thermoplastic

Mechanical characteristics

Minimum operating force (N)

Minimum total travel force (N)

Minimum operating travel (mm)

Features

Standard

Dual-current

Differential travel (mm)

Maximum total travel (mm)

Mechanical life (millions of operations) mini.

Operating temperature (°C)

Protection rating

Weight (g)

General characteristics

Conformity to standards

Version

Protection

Electrical characteristics

Electrical endurance

Dual-current

Connections

Cable

Mounting

Principles

Function

Single break two-way contact element (form C : changeover)

B

Black (common)

C

Grey (NC)

E

Blue (NO)

Top-mounted plunger

83 589 031

83 589 801

10

15

2

0.1

4.5

10 7

-40

+85

IP66/67

80

NFC 20030 class I (the plunger is operated manually by an earthed metal part, or by an insulated part which provides additional insulation).

Single-pole

IP66 resistant to hydrocarbons and saline mist (400 hours)

Standard : 8 A 250 VAC : 30.000 operations

200 mA 24 V DC relay load L / R = 3 ms 10 7 operations

Dual-current : 1 mA 4 VAC : 10 7 operations

200 mA 24 V DC relay load L / R = 3 ms 5 x 10

6

operations

5 A 250 VAC : 30.000 operations

This version is designed to operate both on dual-current (1 mA 4 V minimum) and medium-current (5A) circuits. However, a given product should only be used to switch one type of circuit during its working life.

PVC Ø5 - 3 x 0.75 mm

2

Length 0.50 m

Conforming to NFR 13414/13415

Max. tightening torque 9 Nm

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Dimensions

Product

5

1

2

M16x1 6h

Ø14

±0,2

Ø6

±0,1

3

±0,5

7

±0,2

0

25

-0,3

B

Operating travel

C

Total travel

D

Cable Ø5 - 3 x 0.75 mm 2

Length 0.50 m

E

21 across flats

F

Direction of operation

Ø30

±0,3

3

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Precision limit switch

Series 83 731/83 732/83 733

Adjustable threaded barrel fixing

2

Main specifications

Top-mounted plunger

Version

Single-pole

General characteristics

Minimum operating force (N)

Minimum total travel force (N)

Differential travel (mm)

Minimum operating travel (mm)

Maximum total travel (mm)

Mechanical life (millions of operations) mini.

Operating temperature (°C)

Protection o

C

Weight (g)

General characteristics

Conformity to standards

Protection

Version

Function

Electrical characteristics

Assigned operating current (Ie)

Thermal current (Ith) A

Connections

Cable

Electrical protection

Approvals

Principles

Function

3-terminal single break two-way contact element (form C : changeover).

83 731 3

15

35

2

0.2

6

10 6

-5

+70

IP66

110

Top-mounted plunger with roller

Top-mounted plunger

83 732 3

15

35

2

0.2

6

10 6

-5

+70

IP56

120

83 733 3

6

25

1.5

0.2

4

10 6

-5

+70

IP56

70

NFC 20030 : Class I (the plunger is operated manually by an earthed metal part or by an insulated part which provides additional insulation).

IP 56 - IP 66 depending on type

Single-pole

3-terminal single break two-way contact element (form C : changeover)

5 A / 250 V

12

PVC (A05 - VV - F) , length 0.50 m

3 conductors cross-section 0.75 mm 2

Sheathed ext. Ø : 7.6 mm

Earthing terminal for version 83 731 and 83 732

CSA

B

Black (common)

C

Brown (NC)

E

Blue (NO)

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Curves

1

2 3

{

L

R

= 5 ms

~

cos ϕ = 0,8

10

7

5

2

10

6

5

2

10

5

5

10

2

4

0,1 0,2 0,5 1 2 5 10 16

250V~

250V~

4

B

Number of operations

C

Resistive circuit

D

Inductive circuit

E

Current in Amps

Dimensions

Product

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Miniature limit switch

Series 83 800 with plug-in body

Thermoplastic case

Compact dimensions

2

Main specifications

Housing

Thermoplastic

General characteristics

Minimum operating force (N)

Minimum total travel force (N)

Minimum operating travel (mm)

Differential travel (mm)

Features

Plug-in body

Maximum total travel (mm)

Mechanical life (millions of operations) mini.

Operating temperature (°C)

Protection rating

Weight (g)

Top-mounted plunger

83 800 101

10

22

1.5

0.4

5

10

7

-10

+70

IP65

50

Top-mounted plunger with roller, threaded barrel

83 802 001

10

22

1.5

0.4

5

10

7

-20

+70

IP55

57

Rotary head, momentary action to right and left

83 803 001

7

18

15

6

60

10

7

-20

+70

IP55

60

General characteristics

Conformity to standards

Protection

Electrical characteristics

Assigned insulation voltage (Ui) V

Thermal current (Ith) A

Assigned operating current (Ie)

Connections

Cable

Connection

Approvals

NFC 20030 class I IEC 356.1 - EN 60204.1

Single-pole

250

10

5

On connector : W1 screw terminals - max. wire cross-section 2.5 mm 2

For No. 9 sealing gland, 15.2 Ø, 1.411 pitch

UL/CSA please consult us

Principles

Function

Four-terminal double break two-way contact element (form Za). The contacts must be of the same polarity.

A - For 83 803 B - Other types

Curves

1

2

3

{

L

= 5 ms

R

~

cos ϕ = 0.8

10

7

5

2

10

6

5

2

10

5

5

2

10

4

0,1 0,2 0,5 1 2 5 10 16

30V

4

B

Number of operations

C

Resistive circuit

D

Inductive circuit

E

Current in Amps

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Dimensions

Product

Casing

1

2

B

Axis of head rotation

C

For No. 9 sealing gland

83 800 1 83 802

Mounting accessories

79 210 997 (for 83 803) 79 210 998 (for 83 803)

83 803

1

B

Block 1

Lever settings or positions dictated by direction in which block 1 is fitted

Other information

Accessories for 83 803

Galvanized, passivated steel lever

Thermoplastic roller

Supplied with nut, washer and locating block loose

B

Block 1

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Safety limit switch

Series 83 893 plastic safety interlock switch, no locking

Series 83 893 plastic solenoid locking switch

Series 83 894 metal interlock switches

Series 83 893 plastic, for hinged guards

Series 83 894 metal without locking

Environment

Conforming to standards Products

Conforming to standards Machine assemblies

Certifications

Protective treatment in normal operation

Temperature Use (°C)

Storage temperature ( 0 C)

Vibration resistance according to IEC 68-2-6

Schok resistance according to IEC 28-2-27

Degree of protection according to IEC 529 and IEC 947-5-1

Cable entry

Electrical characteristics

Assigned working characteristics

Assigned insulation voltage according to IEC 947-5-1

Assigned insulation voltage according to UL 508, CSA C22-2 no.14

Assigned impulse voltage according to IEC 947-5-1

Thermal rating according to IEC 947-5-1

Electric shock protection Class 2 according to IEC 536

Resistance between terminals according to IEC 954-5-4

Protection against short circuits

Connection Screw clamp terminals

Clamping capacity with or without ferrule

Electrical life according to IEC 947-5-1 appendix C

IEC 947-5-1, EN 60 947-5-1,

UL 508, CSA C22-2 no. 14,

JIS C4520 (cf. 3/4)

IEC 204-1, EN 60 204-1,

EN 1088, EN 292

UL, CSA

"TC"

-25

+70

-40

+70

5 gn (10...500 Hz)

10 gn (duration 11 ms)

IP 67

Sealing gland 11

AC 15 A 300 Ue = 240 V, le = 3A or Ue = 120 V, le = 6 A

DC 13 Q 300 Ue = 250 V, le = 0.27 A or Ue = 125 V, le = 0.55 A

Ui = 500 V

Ui = 300 V

Uimp = 6 K V lthe = 10 A

≤ 30 mΩ

Cartridge fuse 10 A gG (gl)

● min 1x0.5 mm 2 , max ex 1.5 mm 2

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Safety limit switch

Series 83 893 plastic safety interlock switch, no locking

Key-operated safety interlock switches for monitoring moving guards

Plastic bodies and heads

Heads have 4 possible positions

Positive opening contacts

Main specifications

Type of contacts

NC+NO break before make

NC+NC

NC+NO+NO (2NO break before make)

NC+NC+NO (NO break before make)

General characteristics

Maximum actuation speed

Action

Slow action

Slow action

Slow action

Slow action

Minimum actuation speed

Resistance to removal of key

Mechanical life (operating cycles)

Minimun operating frequency (operating cycles per hour)

Minimum positive opening force

Cable entry according to NFC 68 300

Thermal current (Ith) A

Assigned insulation voltage (Ui) V

Weight (g)

Dimensions

Product

83 893 0 83 893 1

83 893 0

2-pole

0.5 m/s

0.01 m/s

10 N

10 6

600

15 N

1 PG 11

10

500

110

83 893 001

83 893 010

-

-

83 893 1

3-pole

0.5 m/s

0.01 m/s

10 N

10 6

600

15 N

2 PG 11

10

500

160

-

-

83 893 120

83 893 130

30

7

30

7

2

2

1

13,2

30

=

20/22

30

=

B

1 threaded hole for cable gland 11

C

2 slots Ø 4.3 x 8.3 fixing centres 22

2 holes Ø 4.3 fixing centres 20

1

30

12,5 20/22

40,3

52

B

2 threaded holes for cable gland

C

2 slots Ø 5.3 x 13.3

D

2 slots Ø 4.3 x 8.3 fixing centres 22

2 slots Ø 4.3 fixing centres 20

3

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Actuators

Straight key

79 214 581

1

65

22

15

B

2 slots Ø 4.7 x 10

Angled key

79 214 584

12

42

1

2

4,7

26

B

1 slot Ø 4.7 x 10

Operating radius

79 214 581

R =

1500

1

Key with wide fixing bar

79 214 582 / 585

= =

26

L

1

B

2 slots Ø 4.7 x 10

Type 79 214 582 : L = 40 mm

Type 79 214 585 : L = 29 mm

2

Flexible key

79 214 583

27

10

32

1

B

2 slots Ø 4.7 x 10

26

66

23

29

R =

1200

79 214 581

R

=

1500

1

R

=

1200

2

71

B

R = min. radius

79 214 584

R

=

1500

1

71

R

=

1200 d

B

R = min. radius

Type 79 214 582 : d = 46 mm

Type 79 214 585 : d = 35 mm

79 214 583

d

R =

150

1

R =

300

48

B

R = min. radius

48

72

B

R = min. radius

72

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Safety limit switch

Series 83 893 plastic solenoid locking switch

Monitoring of moving guards for machines with a stopping time which is greater than the time taken to access the danger zone

Locked by removing the voltage, unlocked by applying voltage to the electromagnet

Plastic heads and bodies

Heads have 4 possible positions at 90°

Positive opening contacts

Main specifications

Type of contacts

NC+NO break before make

General characteristics

Action

Slow action

Electromagnet supply voltage (50/60 Hz in AC)

Maximum actuation speed

Minimum actuation speed

Resistance to removal of key

Mechanical life (operating cycles)

Minimun operating frequency (operating cycles per hour)

Minimum positive opening force

Cable entry according to NFC 68 300

Weight (g)

General characteristics

Assigned working characteristics

Assigned impulse voltage according to IEC 947-5-1

Thermal rating according to IEC 947-5-1

83 893 2

2-pole

83 893 201

24 V AC/DC

0.5 m/s

0.01 m/s

500 N

10 6

600

15 N

1 PG 11

360

83 893 2

2-pole

83 893 202

120 V AC/DC

0.5 m/s

0.01 m/s

500 N

10 6

600

15 N

1 PG 11

360

83 893 2

2-pole

83 893 203

230 V AC/DC

0.5 m/s

0.01 m/s

500 N

10 6

600

15 N

1 PG 11

360

AC 15 B300 Ue = 240 V, le = 1.5 A or Ue = 120 V, Ie = 3A, DC 13 Q300 Ue

= 250 V, Ie = 0.27 A or Ue = 125 V, Ie = 0.55 A

Uimp = 4 K V

Ithe = 6 A

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Principles

Locking/Unlocking using an electromagnet

Type 83 893 2 safety switches are fitted with an electromagnet for locking/unlocking the guard.

With the guard locked, the force required to remove the key is 50 daN.

In addition to the 2-pole contact element actuated by the key, type 83 893 2 limit switches also have a positive break type "NC" contact element, actuated by the electromagnet.

The "NC" contact is integrated in the machine safety circuit.

Unlocking using a special tool

1

UNLOCK

Type 83 893 2 safety switches are supplied with a tool (1) which can be used to unlock the moving guard, bypassing the electromagnet.

Unlocking using a tool is recommended in the following cases :

● machine maintenance (if the tool is in the "UNLOCK " position and then removed, this will prevent the machine from restarting accidentally, therefore ensuring the safety of maintenance personnel).

● mains failure

● problem with unlocking (locking cannot be released : fail-safe condition). Unlocking by applying power to the electromagnet always takes priority over unlocking using a tool. The "NC" contact is integrated in the machine safety circuit.

Power supply for the electromagnet on 83 893 2

The electromagnet for type 83 893 2 safety switches is supplied by an electronic circuit which increases its service life. As the 24 V version is protected by a bridge rectifier, an A.C. or D.C. supply can therefore be used. The 120 V and 230 V versions are A.C. only.

It is also protected against voltage surges.

Dimensions

Product

83 893 2

7

30 15

2

14,5

33

1

2

20/22

110

40

4

B

1 threaded hole for cable gland 11

C

2 slots Ø 4.3 x 8.3 fixing centres 22 ;

2 holes Ø 4.3 fixing centres 20

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Actuators

Straight key

79 214 581

1

65

22

15

Key with wide fixing bar

79 214 582 / 585

= =

26

L

Flexible key

79 214 583

B

2 slots Ø 4.7 x 10

1

B

2 slots Ø 4.7 x 10

Type 79 214 582 : L = 40 mm

Type 79 214 585 : L = 29 mm

2

27

1

32

B

2 slots Ø 4.7 x 10

Angled key

79 214 584

12

42

1

2

4,7

26

B

1 slot Ø 4.7 x 10

Connections

Category 1 connection according to EN 954-1

F1

1

2

(32)

E1 E2 31 33

O

I

X

X

21

13

22

14

M

B

Electromagnet

C

Auxiliary contact

E1-E2 : Power supply for electromagnet

13-14 : Safety contact for redundancy or signalling

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Locked by removal of voltage 83 893 2

10

26

66

23

29

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2

Safety limit switch

Series 83 893 plastic, for hinged guards

Door hinge safety switches for monitoring guards or

Plastic bodies and heads

Stainless steel lever and fixing accessories

Heads have 4 possible positions at 90°

Positive opening contacts

Main specifications

Lever on right

2-pole

Type of contacts

NC+NO break before make

Action

Slow action

General characteristics

Tripping angle

Minimum actuation torque (Nm)

Minimum positive opening torque

(Nm)

Mechanical life (operating cycles)

Cable entry according to NFC 68

300

Weight (g)

83 893 301

0.1 Nm

0.25 Nm

10

6

1 PG 11

145

General characteristics

Environment

Protective treatment in normal operation

Vibration resistance according to IEC 68-2-6

Cable entry

Electrical characteristics

Assigned working characteristics

Minimum actuation speed

Principles

Lever movement

83 893 301 / 303

83 893 302

Lever in middle

2-pole

83 893 302

0.1 Nm

0.25 Nm

10

6

1 PG 11

145

Lever on left

2-pole

83 893 303

0.1 Nm

0.25 Nm

10

6

1 PG 11

145

Rotating shaft length

30 mm 2-pole

83 893 401

0.1 Nm

0.25 Nm

10

6

1 PG 11

145

"TC" and "TH"

25 gn (10...500 HZ)

One threaded hole for cable gland 11

AC 15 A 300 Ue = 240 V, Ie = 3 A DC 13 Q 300 Ue = 250 V, Ie = 0.27 A

0.01 m/s

83 893 401

1

B or

Curves

83 893 301 / 303

0

5

°

7

°

1

B closed

C open

180

°

21-22

13-14

2

83 893 302

-90

°

-5

° +5°

0 +90

°

21-22

13-14

-7

° +7°

1 2

B closed

C open

83 893 401

-270

°

-5

° +5°

0 +270

°

21-22

13-14

-7

° +7°

1 2

B closed

C open

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Dimensions

Product

83 893 3

27,4

2,5

5,3

16

2

1

30

20/22

30

B

1 threaded hole for cable gland 11

C

2 slots Ø 4.3 x 8.3 fixing centres 22 ;

2 holes Ø 4.3 fixing centres 20

83 893 401

30

5

M4

2 x Ø3,2

8,5

13

22

2

1

30

20/22

30

B

1 threaded hole for cable gland 11

C

2 slots Ø 4.3 x 8.3 fixing centres 22 ;

2 holes Ø 4.3 fixing centres 20

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Safety limit switch

Series 83 894 metal without locking

Safety limit switch with tongued key for detecting the moving guard

Metal bodies and heads

Heads have 4 possible positions at 90°

Positive opening contacts

Main specifications

Type of contacts

NC+NO+NO (2NO break before make)

General characteristics

Maximum actuation speed

Minimum actuation speed

Resistance to removal of key

Mechanical life (operating cycles)

Action

Slow action

Minimun operating frequency (operating cycles per hour)

Minimum positive opening force

Cable entry according to NFC 68 300

Weight (g)

General characteristics

Cable entry according to NFC 68 300

Dimensions

Product

83 894 0

One threaded hole for cable gland 13

83 894 0

3-pole

83 894 020

0.5 m/s

0.01 m/s

10 N

1 million

10 6

20 N

1 PG 13.5

360

30

7

30

1

13,2

30

= 20/22

30

=

B

1 threaded hole for cable gland 13

C

2 slots Ø 7.3 x 5.3

2

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Actuators

Straight key

79 214 578

81,5

33

20 11

1

B

2 slots Ø 5.3 x 10

Operating radius

79 214 578

R = 2000

1

83,5

B

R = min. radius

79 214 580

55

22

R =

150

1

16,5

83,5

R =

400

Wide key

79 214 579

Flexible key

79 214 580

55,5

==

30

1

B

2 slots Ø 4.7 x 10

33

2,5

79 214 579

R = 2000

R =

2000

Ø5,3

2,5

11

1

10

R =

2000

76

33

17

23

57,5

B

R = min. radius

57,5

2

78

B

R = min. radius

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Safety limit switch

Series 83 894 metal interlock switches

Monitoring of moving guards for machines with a stopping time which is greater than the time taken to access the danger zone

Locked by removing the voltage, unlocked by applying voltage to the electromagnet

Metal bodies and heads

Heads have 4 possible positions at 90°

Positive opening contacts

Main specifications

Type of contacts

NC+NO+NO (2NO break before make)

NC+NC+NO (NO break before make)

Environment

Electromagnet supply voltage (50/60 Hz in AC)

Maximum actuation speed

Minimum actuation speed

Action

Slow action

Slow action

Resistance to removal of key

Mechanical life (operating cycles)

Minimun operating frequency (operating cycles per hour)

Minimum positive opening force

Cable entry according to NFC 68 300

Weight (g)

Electromagnet characteristics

Operator factor

Voltage limits

Service life

Consumption Inrush

Consumption Sealed

Indicator characteristics

Assigned insulation voltage according to IEC 947-5-1

Current consumption

Assigned working voltage AC or DC

Voltage limits AC or DC (including ripple)

Service life (h)

Protection against voltage surges

General characteristics

Environment

Cable entry

Electrical characteristics

Assigned working characteristics

Assigned impulse voltage according to IEC 947-5-1

Thermal rating according to IEC 947-5-1

83 894 120 / 83 894 130

3-pole

83 894 121 / 83 894 131

3-pole

83 894 122 / 83 894 132

3-pole

83 894 120

83 894 130

24 V AC / DC

0.5 m/s

0.01 m/s

2000 N

>10

6

600

20 N

2 PG 13

1140 1140

83 894 121

83 894 131

120 V AC / DC

0.5 m/s

0.01 m/s

2000 N

10

6

600

20 N

2 PG 13

83 894 132

230 V AC / DC

0.5 m/s

0.01 m/s

2000 N

1 million

600

20 N

2 PG 13

1140

83 894 122

100 %

-20 % < +10 %

20 000

10 VA

10 VA

100 %

-20 % < +10 %

20 000

10 VA

10 VA

100 %

-20 % < +10 %

20 000

10 VA

10 VA

50 V

7 mA

24 V

20...52 V

250 V

7 mA

110 V / 240 V

95...264 V

250 V

7 mA

110 / 240 V

95...264 V

100 000 100 000 100 000

✓ ✓ ✓

One threaded hole for cable gland 13

AC 15 B300 Ue = 240 V, Ie = 1.5 A or Ue = 120 V, Ie = 3 A DC 13 Q300 Ue

= 250 V, Ie = 0.27 A or Ue = 125 V, Ie = 0.55 A

Uimp = 4 K V

Ithe = 6 A

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Principles

Locking/Unlocking using an electromagnet

Type 83 894 1 safety switches are fitted with an electromagnet for locking/unlocking the guard.

With the guard locked, the force required to remove the key is 200 daN.

In addition to the 3-pole contact element actuated by the key, 83 894 2 limit switches also have a positive break type "NC + NO" contact element, actuated by the electromagnet.

The "NC" contact is integrated in the machine safety circuit, and the "NO" contact indicates the position of the electromagnet.

Key-operated lock on 83 894 1

UNL

OCK

Type 83 894 1 safety switches are supplied with a key-operated lock which can be used to unlock the moving guard, bypassing the electromagnet.

Unlocking using a key-operated lock is recommended in the following cases :

● machine maintenance (if the key is turned to "UNLOCK " and then removed, this will prevent the machine from restarting accidentally, therefore ensuring the safety of maintenance personnel).

● mains failure

● problem with unlocking (locking cannot be released : fail-safe condition). Unlocking by applying voltage to the electromagnet always takes priority over unlocking using a key-operated lock.

The locking mechanism for standard devices allows the key to be removed in the "LOCK " and

"UNLOCK " positions.

Power supply for the electromagnet on 83 894 1

The electromagnet for type 83 894 1 safety switches runs on D.C. and is therefore particularly reliable.

As it is protected by a bridge rectifier A.C. or D.C. supplies can be used (24 V, 48 V, 120 V or 230 V).

It is also protected against voltage surges.

Dimensions

Product

83 894 1

48

33

7

33 3,5

2

1

44

16

= 88

98

B

1 threaded hole for cable gland 13

C

2 slots Ø 7.3 x 5.3

=

2xØ5,3

2

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Actuators

Straight key

79 214 578

81,5

33 20 11

1

Wide key

79 214 579

==

55,5

Flexible key

79 214 580

1

33

2,5

30

Ø5,3

2,5

11

76

10

33

17

23

Connections

Category 1 in accordance with EN 954-1

F1

2

(1)

21

13

33

22

14

34

X3

OG GN

X2

X1

O

I

X

X

Category 3 according to EN 954-1

M

B

Electromagnet

C

Auxiliary contact

E1-E2 : Power supply for electromagnet

43-44 : Electromagnet signal contact

13-14 : Safety contact available for redundancy

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Locking by removal of voltage "NC+NO+NO" 83 894 12

F1

1

(1)

21

31

13

22

32

14

X3

OG GN

X2

O

F2

K1

K2

X1

K1 K2

I

KM1

KM1

KM2

KM2

M

B

Electromagnet

33-X1 : LED (orange) : key not inserted

51-X1 : LED (green) : key inserted and locked

21-52 : Safety pre-wiring compulsory

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Locking by removal of the voltage "NC+NC+NO" 83 894 13

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Part numbers Description Page

83 000 000

83 106 0

83 106 4

83 106 7

83 109 0

83 111 0

83 111 5

83 112 001

83 118 0

83 118 S1

83 123 0

Protected - Standard

83 106 0

Protected -

2 stable lever positions

83 106 4

Protected -

2 stable plunger positions

83 106 7

Protected - Outputs on front face

83 109 0

Protected -

Rear-fixing with a nut

83 111 0

Protected -

Rear-fixing with clips

83 111 5

Protected - Flush-mounted connections

83 112 0

Protected - Standard

83 118 0

Protected - Reduced force

83 118 S1

Sealed -

Standard

83 132 0

83 133 0

83 134 0

83 137 0

83 139 0

83 139 1

83 139 2

83 139 5

83 160 7 A+

83 161 1

83 123 0

Subminiature - Side outputs

83 132 0

Subminiature - Rear outputs

83 133 0

Subminiature -

Output on front face

83 134 0

Miniature - With standard rotary action

83 137 0

Sealed - Standard

83 139 0

Sealed - Flameproof

83 139 1

Sealed - Double insulated

83 139 2

Sealed - Low temperature

83 141 0

83 154 0

83 160 0

83 160 3

83 139 5

Sub-subminiatures - Plunger-operated

83 141 0

Protected -

Magnetic blow-out

83 154 0

Miniature - Standard

83 160 0

Miniature - Reduced force

83 160 4

83 160 6

83 160 3

Miniature - Low force

83 160 4

Miniature -

3 mm contact gap

83 160 6

83 160 6 SP 3697 Miniature - High DC switch rating

83 160 6 SP 3697

Miniature -

83 160 7 A+

Normally closed

Miniature -

High release force

83 161 1

58

58

58

62

70

70

66

78

78

90

26

26

26

56

82

82

82

82

24

74

48

49

49

49

49

52

38

Part numbers Description Page

83 161 2

83 161 3

Miniature -

High-current

83 161 2

Miniature - Standard

83 161 3

Miniature - Low force

83 161 4

83 161 5

83 161 4

Miniature - Very low force

83 161 5

83 161 5 SP 4136 Miniature -

Very low force

83 161 6

83 161 8

83 161 5 SP 4136

Miniature -

Very low force

83 161 5

Miniature - Dual-current

83 161 8

38

39

39

39

39

39

44

83 161 9

Miniature -

Dual-current very low force

83 161 9

83 161 9 SP 4136 Miniature -

Ultra light dual-current

83 169 0

83 169 4

83 169 8

83 169 9

83 170 0

44

44

83 161 9 SP 4136

Sealed - Standard

83 169 0

Sealed - Reduced differential travel

83 169 9

Subminiature - Standard

86

86

83 169 4

Sealed - Dual-current

83 169 8

Sealed - Dual-current reduced differential travel

86

86

30

83 170 4

83 170 8

83 170 9

83 180

83 181

83 183

83 186

83 228 0

83 229 0

83 581 0

83 581 1

83 581 8

83 581 9

83 589 031

83 589 801

83 731 3

83 170 0

Subminiature - Low force 83 170 4

Subminiature - Dual-current

83 170 8

Subminiature -

Dual-current low force

83 170 9

Sealed - High-current

83 180

Sealed - Dual-current

83 181

Sealed - Medium current

83 183

Sealed - Standard

30

30

30

92

92

92

92

83 186

Sub-subminiatures -

Flush-mounting

83 228 0

Sub-subminiatures - Threaded barrel fixing

22

22

83 229 0

Miniature protected limit switch - Telesco-

156

pic top-mounted plunger

Miniature protected limit switch - Plunger

156

with axial roller

Miniature protected limit switch - Telesco-

156

pic top-mounted plunger

Miniature protected limit switch - Plunger

156

with axial roller

Limit switch for severe environments -

Top-mounted plunger

Limit switch for severe environments -

Top-mounted plunger

Precision limit switch - Top-mounted plunger

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158

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83 840 0

83 840 7

83 841 0

83 841 7

83 842 0

83 842 1

83 842 2

83 842 7

83 842 8

83 842 9

83 843 0

83 845 0

83 845 7

83 846 0

83 850 001

83 850 011

83 850 101

83 850 111

83 850 201

83 850 211

83 850 301

Part numbers

83 732 3

83 733 3

83 800 101

83 802 001

83 803 001

83 843 7

83 850 302

83 850 303

83 850 304

83 850 305

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Precision limit switch - Top-mounted plunger with roller

Precision limit switch - Top-mounted plunger

Miniature limit switch - Top-mounted plunger

Miniature limit switch - Top-mounted plunger with roller, threaded barrel

Miniature limit switch -

Rotary head, momentary action to right

160

160

162

162

162

and left

Universal limit switches - Steel plunger

104

Universal limit switches - Steel plunger

108

Universal limit switches - Reinforced

104

lever with plastic roller

Universal limit switches - Reinforced lever with plastic roller

Universal limit switches - Stepped adjust-

108

104

ment roller lever

Universal limit switches - Adjustable roller

105

lever

Universal limit switches - Adjustable lever with idle-return lever

105

Universal limit switches - Stepped adjustment roller lever

109

Universal limit switches - Adjustable roller

109

lever

Universal limit switches - Adjustable lever

109

with idle-return lever

Universal limit switches - Rotary head with momentary action

105

Action to right and left

Universal limit switches -

Rotary head with momentary action

Action to right and left

Universal limit switches - Top-mounted plunger with plastic roller

Universal limit switches - Top-mounted plunger with plastic roller

109

105

109

Universal limit switches - Flexible metal lever

105

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - Steel

112

plunger

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - Steel

112

plunger

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - Plun-

112

ger + lever with vertical plastic roller

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - Plun-

112

ger + lever with vertical plastic roller

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - Plun-

112

ger + lever with lateral plastic roller

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - Plun-

112

ger + lever with lateral plastic roller

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With lever and plastic roller Ø22

114

offset 40

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With lever and plastic roller Ø19

114

offset 53

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With adjustable lever and plastic roller Ø22

116

offset 32.5 or 45

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With

118

adjustable polyamide rod actuator

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With

114

lever and rubber roller Ø50 offset 47

83 850 501

83 850 511

83 850 601

83 850 611

83 851 001

83 851 011

83 851 101

83 851 111

83 851 201

83 851 211

83 851 301

Part numbers

83 850 306

83 850 307

83 850 308

83 850 311

83 850 312

83 850 313

83 850 314

83 850 315

83 850 316

83 850 317

83 850 318

83 851 302

83 851 303

83 851 304

83 851 305

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Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With lever and rubber roller Ø50

114

offset 53.5

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With adjustable lever and rubber roller Ø50

116

offset 46

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With adjustable lever and rubber roller Ø50

116

adjustable offset 53.5 to 69.5

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With lever and plastic roller Ø22

114

offset 40

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With lever and plastic roller Ø19

114

offset 53

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With

116

adjustable lever and plastic roller Ø22 offset 32.5 or 45

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With

118

adjustable polyamide rod actuator

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With lever and rubber roller Ø50

114

offset 47

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With lever and rubber roller Ø50

114

offset 53.5

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With adjustable lever and rubber roller Ø50

116

offset 46

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With adjustable lever and rubber roller Ø50

116

adjustable offset 53.5 to 69.5

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - Plunger with steel roller

112

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - Plunger with steel roller

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - Flexi-

112

118

ble metal lever

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 -

Flexible metal lever

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - Steel

118

112

plunger

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - Steel

112

plunger

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - Plun-

112

ger + lever with vertical plastic roller

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - Plunger + lever with vertical plastic roller

112

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - Plunger + lever with lateral plastic roller

112

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - Plun-

112

ger + lever with lateral plastic roller

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With lever and plastic roller Ø22

114

offset 40

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With lever and plastic roller Ø19

114

offset 53

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With adjustable lever and plastic roller Ø22

116

offset 32.5 or 45

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With

118

adjustable polyamide rod actuator

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With

114

lever and rubber roller Ø50 offset 47

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83 851 501

83 851 511

83 851 601

83 851 611

83 854 011

83 854 111

83 854 211

83 854 311

Part numbers

83 851 306

83 851 307

83 851 308

83 851 311

83 851 312

83 851 313

83 851 314

83 851 315

83 851 316

83 851 317

83 851 318

83 854 312

83 854 313

83 854 315

83 854 316

83 854 317

83 854 318

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Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With lever and rubber roller Ø50

114

offset 53.5

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With adjustable lever and rubber roller Ø50

116

offset 46

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With adjustable lever and rubber roller Ø50

116

adjustable offset 53.5 to 69.5

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With lever and plastic roller Ø22

114

offset 40

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With lever and plastic roller Ø19

114

offset 53

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With adjustable lever and plastic roller Ø22

116

offset 32.5 or 45

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With

118

adjustable polyamide rod actuator

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With lever and rubber roller Ø50

114

offset 47

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With lever and rubber roller Ø50

114

offset 53.5

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With adjustable lever and rubber roller Ø50

116

offset 46

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With adjustable lever and rubber roller Ø50

116

adjustable offset 53.5 to 69.5

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - Plun-

112

ger with steel roller

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - Plun-

112

ger with steel roller

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - Flexi-

118

ble metal lever

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - Flexible metal lever

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - Steel

118

120

plunger

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - Plun-

120

ger + lever with vertical plastic roller

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - Plun-

120

ger + lever with lateral plastic roller

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With lever and plastic roller Ø22

122

offset 33.5 or 40

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With lever and plastic roller Ø19

122

offset 21 or 53

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With

124

adjustable lever and plastic roller Ø22 offset 32.5 or 45

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With lever and rubber roller Ø50

122

offset 47

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With lever and rubber roller Ø50

122

offset 53.5

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With adjustable lever and plastic roller Ø50

124

offset 46

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With

124

adjustable lever and rubber roller Ø50 adjustable offset 53.5 to 69.5

83 855 511

83 861 001

83 861 011

83 861 101

83 861 111

83 861 201

83 861 211

83 861 301

Part numbers

83 854 511

83 855 011

83 855 111

83 855 211

83 855 311

83 855 312

83 855 313

83 855 315

83 855 316

83 855 317

83 855 318

83 861 302

83 861 303

83 861 304

83 861 305

83 861 306

83 861 307

83 861 308

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Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - Plun-

120

ger with steel roller

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - Steel

120

plunger

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - Plun-

120

ger + lever with vertical plastic roller

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - Plun-

120

ger + lever with lateral plastic roller

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With

122

lever and plastic roller Ø22 offset 33.5 or 40

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With lever and plastic roller Ø19

122

offset 21 or 53

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With adjustable lever and plastic roller Ø22 offset 32.5 or 45

124

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With lever and rubber roller Ø50

122

offset 47

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With lever and rubber roller Ø50

122

offset 53.5

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With adjustable lever and plastic roller Ø50

124

offset 46

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - With adjustable lever and rubber roller Ø50

124

adjustable offset 53.5 to 69.5

Limit switch to standard EN 50047 - Plun-

120

ger with steel roller

Limit switch to standard EN 50041 - Steel plunger

130

Limit switch to standard EN 50041 - Steel plunger

130

Limit switch to standard EN 50041 - Plun-

130

ger + lever with vertical plastic roller

Limit switch to standard EN 50041 - Plun-

130

ger + lever with vertical plastic roller

Limit switch to standard EN 50041 - Plun-

130

ger + lever with lateral plastic roller

Limit switch to standard EN 50041 - Plun-

130

ger + lever with lateral plastic roller

Limit switch to standard EN 50041 - With lever and plastic roller Ø22

128

offset 43.5

Limit switch to standard EN 50041 - With

128

lever and plastic roller Ø19 offset 56

Limit switch to standard EN 50041 - With adjustable lever and plastic roller Ø22

132

offset 36 or 48

Limit switch to standard EN 50041 - With

134

adjustable polyamide rod actuator

Limit switch to standard EN 50041 - With lever and rubber roller Ø50

128

offset 50.5

Limit switch to standard EN 50041 - With lever and rubber roller Ø50

128

offset 57

Limit switch to standard EN 50041 - With adjustable lever and rubber roller Ø50

132

offset 49

Limit switch to standard EN 50041 - With

132

adjustable lever and rubber roller Ø50 adjustable offset 57 to 73

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83 871 101

83 871 102

83 871 103

83 871 106

83 871 140

83 871 301

83 871 320

83 872 101

83 861 501

83 861 511

83 861 601

83 861 611

83 863 001

83 870 101

83 870 102

83 870 103

83 870 106

83 870 140

83 870 301

83 870 320

Part numbers

83 861 311

83 861 312

83 861 313

83 861 314

83 861 315

83 861 316

83 861 317

83 861 318

83 872 102

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Limit switch to standard EN 50041 - With lever and plastic roller Ø22

128

offset 43.5

Limit switch to standard EN 50041 - With lever and plastic roller Ø19

128

offset 56

Limit switch to standard EN 50041 - With adjustable lever and plastic roller Ø22

132

offset 36 or 48

Limit switch to standard EN 50041 - With

134

adjustable polyamide rod actuator

Limit switch to standard EN 50041 - With

128

lever and rubber roller Ø50 offset 50.5

Limit switch to standard EN 50041 - With lever and rubber roller Ø50

128

offset 57

Limit switch to standard EN 50041 - With adjustable lever and rubber roller Ø50

132

offset 49

Limit switch to standard EN 50041 - With adjustable lever and rubber roller Ø50

132

adjustable offset 57 to 73

Limit switch to standard EN 50041 - Plun-

130

ger with steel roller

Limit switch to standard EN 50041 - Plun-

130

ger with steel roller

Limit switch to standard EN 50041 - Flexible metal lever

Limit switch to standard EN 50041 - Flexible metal lever

Limit switch to standard EN 50041 -

134

134

136

Dependent action

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal plunger

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal plunger

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal plunger

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal plunger

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal plunger

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal plunger

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC ded barrel

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Roller plunger - metal with threaded barrel

140

140

140

140

144

148

148

63 145 - Metal plunger

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal roller plunger

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal roller plunger

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal roller plunger

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

141

141

141

141

63 145 - Metal roller plunger

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal roller plunger

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal roller plunger

145

149

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal roller plunger

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Roller plunger - metal with threa-

149

141

141

Part numbers

83 872 103

83 872 106

83 872 140

83 872 301

83 872 320

83 873 101

83 873 102

83 873 103

83 873 106

83 873 140

83 873 301

83 873 320

83 874 101

83 874 102

83 874 103

83 874 106

83 874 140

83 874 301

83 874 320

83 875 101

83 875 102

83 875 103

83 875 106

83 875 140

83 875 301

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Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 -

141

Roller plunger - metal with threaded barrel

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Roller plunger - metal with threa-

141

ded barrel

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC 63

145

145 - Metal plunger with threaded barrel

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC 63

145 - Metal plunger with threaded barrel

149

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC 63

145 - Metal plunger with threaded barrel

149

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal roller lever (2 directions of

141

attack)

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal roller lever (2 directions of

141

attack)

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal roller lever (2 directions of

141

attack)

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal roller lever (2 directions of

141

attack)

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 -

Steel metal roller lever (2 directions of attack)

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Steel metal roller lever (2 direc-

145

149

tions of attack)

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Steel metal roller lever (2 directions of attack)

149

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal plunger with threaded bar-

141

rel

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal plunger with threaded barrel

141

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal plunger with threaded bar-

141

rel

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal plunger with threaded bar-

141

rel

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Roller plunger - metal with threa-

145

ded barrel

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Roller plunger - metal with threa-

149

ded barrel

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Roller plunger - metal with threaded barrel

149

141

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal roller plunger

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal roller plunger

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal roller plunger

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal roller plunger

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal roller plunger

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal roller plunger

141

141

141

145

149

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Index by part number

83 880 101

83 880 102

83 880 103

83 880 106

83 881 101

83 881 102

83 881 103

83 881 106

83 882 101

Part numbers

83 875 320

83 876 101

83 876 102

83 876 103

83 876 106

83 876 140

83 876 301

83 876 320

83 882 102

83 882 103

83 882 106

83 883 101

83 883 102

83 883 103

83 883 106

83 884 101

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Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal roller plunger

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Roller plunger - metal with threa-

149

141

ded barrel

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Roller plunger - metal with threa-

141

ded barrel

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Roller plunger - metal with threa-

141

ded barrel

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 -

141

Roller plunger - metal with threaded barrel

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

145

63 145 -

Metal plunger with threaded barrel

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal plunger with threaded bar-

149

rel

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal plunger with threaded bar-

149

rel

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal plunger

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal plunger

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal plunger

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

152

152

152

152

63 145 - Metal plunger

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal roller plunger

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal roller plunger

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

153

153

153

63 145 - Metal roller plunger

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal roller plunger

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal plunger with threaded bar-

153

153

rel

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal plunger with threaded bar-

153

rel

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal plunger with threaded bar-

153

rel

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 -

Metal plunger with threaded barrel

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Steel metal roller lever (2 directions of attack)

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Steel metal roller lever (2 directions of attack)

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Steel metal roller lever (2 directions of attack)

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Steel metal roller lever (2 direc-

153

153

153

153

153

tions of attack)

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Roller plunger - metal with threaded barrel

153

Part numbers

83 884 102

83 884 103

83 884 106

83 885 101

83 885 102

83 885 103

83 885 106

83 886 101

83 886 102

83 886 103

83 886 106

83 893 001

83 893 010

83 893 120

83 893 130

83 893 201

83 893 202

83 893 203

83 893 301

83 893 302

83 893 303

83 893 401

83 894 020

83 894 120

83 894 121

83 894 122

Description Page

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Roller plunger - metal with threa-

153

ded barrel

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Roller plunger - metal with threa-

153

ded barrel

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Roller plunger - metal with threa-

153

ded barrel

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal roller plunger

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal roller plunger

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal roller plunger

153

153

153

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal roller plunger

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal plunger with threaded bar-

153

153

rel

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal plunger with threaded bar-

153

rel

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 -

Metal plunger with threaded barrel

Compact limit switch conforming to NFC

63 145 - Metal plunger with threaded bar-

153

153

rel

Safety limit switch - 83 893 0

2-pole

Safety limit switch - 83 893 0

2-pole

Safety limit switch -

83 893 1

166

166

166

3-pole

Safety limit switch - 83 893 1

3-pole

Safety limit switch - 83 893 2

2-pole

Safety limit switch - 83 893 2

2-pole

Safety limit switch - 83 893 2

2-pole

Safety limit switch - Lever on right

2-pole

Safety limit switch -

Lever in middle

2-pole

Safety limit switch - Lever on left

2-pole

Safety limit switch -

Rotating shaft length 30 mm

2-pole

Safety limit switch -

83 894 0

3-pole

Safety limit switch - 83 894 120 / 83 894

130

3-pole

Safety limit switch - 83 894 121 / 83 894

131

3-pole

Safety limit switch - 83 894 122 / 83 894

132

3-pole

166

168

168

168

172

172

172

172

174

176

176

176

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Part numbers

83 894 130

83 894 131

83 894 132

Description Page

Safety limit switch - 83 894 120 / 83 894

130

3-pole

Safety limit switch - 83 894 121 / 83 894

131

3-pole

Safety limit switch - 83 894 122 / 83 894

132

3-pole

176

176

176

Part numbers Description Page

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