TrewFit Controls LSS-N2IARNM1A1 Switchbox

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Key Features

Key features and benefits of the LSS-N2IARNM1A1 Trewfit Controls Switchbox.

Key Features

The Switchbox comes with a built-in solenoid valve, streamlining the control and actuation process.

Key Features

TrewFit Controls offers products that include industry-first features, providing cutting-edge solutions to the valve and automation industry.

Key Features

TrewFit products adhere to industry standards, ensuring compatibility and integration with existing systems.

The TrewFit Controls LSS-N2IARNM1A1 Switchbox features a durable aluminium base and a Lexan 123R lid, designed for longevity and resistance to harsh conditions. It includes a stainless steel shaft and nitrile o-rings and seals, ensuring reliable performance. The unit offers dual M20 electrical entries and adheres to the VDI/VDE3845 (NAMUR) mounting standards. With an IP 68-rated enclosure and an Ex ib IIC T6 certificate code, this switchbox is ideal for secure operations, incorporating a 2-wire NC proximity sensor.

Materials: Aluminium (base), Lexan 123R (lid), Stainless Steel (shaft), Nitrile (o-rings & seal)
Electrical Entries: 2 x M20
Mounting: VDI/VDE3845 (NAMUR)
Enclosure: IP 68
Certificate Code: Ex ib IIC T6
Sensor Type: Proximity 2-Wire NC

Frequently Asked Questions

A limit switch is an electromechanical device that operates based on the movement or presence of an object. It is used to detect the presence or absence, passing, positioning, and end of travel of an object.
Limit switches consist of an actuator mechanically linked to a set of contacts. When an object comes into contact with the actuator, the device operates the contacts to make or break an electrical connection.
The most common types of limit switches include lever type, roller type, plunger type, and rotary type, each designed for specific operations and environments.
Limit switches are widely used in industrial applications to control machinery and in various settings like conveyor belts, elevators, doors, and gates to monitor the movement and ensure safety.
A switchbox refers to an enclosure that houses electrical switches. It protects the switches from environmental factors and ensures safety by preventing unauthorized access.
Choosing the right limit switch involves considering the environment (temperature, moisture, dust), load (AC or DC), actuator type, and the physical installation space. Consulting with an expert or manufacturer can also provide tailored advice.
Yes, limit switches are often used in safety applications to ensure machinery operates within safe parameters. They can shut down equipment automatically if it operates beyond set limits.
Switchboxes provide organization, safety, and protection for electrical switches and wiring. They prevent accidental contact and reduce the risk of electrical faults by keeping components securely enclosed.
Regular maintenance of a limit switch involves cleaning, inspecting for damage or wear, testing for proper operation, and ensuring that all connections are secure. Scheduled maintenance helps extend the life of the switches.
Mechanical limit switches require physical contact with an object to operate, while inductive proximity sensors do not require contact and detect the presence of metal objects through electromagnetic fields.
Environmental factors such as temperature, dust, and moisture can affect the performance of limit switches. For harsh environments, it's important to choose switches with appropriate ratings for temperature resistance and ingress protection (IP rating).
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