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Emergency Stop Switch Selection Guide

Model

Appearance

Features

Approved Standard No.

Agency

A165E

Emergency Stop Switch

A165E Emergency Stop Switch

• Direct opening mechanism to open contacts in emergencies, such as when they are welded.

• Includes a safety lock to prevent misuse.

• Features separate construction that allows the Switch to be separated for easier wiring and one-piece-like construction that allows easier handling.

• Models available with 3 contacts built into a single block (A165E-U).

EN60947-5-1

EN60947-5-5
UL508
CSA C22.2
No.14

GB14048.5

• TÜV SÜD

• UL

• UL (cUL)

• CQC

A22E

Emergency Stop Switch

A22E Emergency Stop Switch

• Direct opening mechanism to open contacts in emergencies, such as when they are welded.

• Includes a safety lock to prevent misuse.

• Easy mounting and removal of Switch Blocks using a lever.

• Mount three Switch Units in series to improve wiring efficiency (with non-lighted Switch Units, three Units can be mounted for multiple contacts).

• Install using either round, or forked crimp terminals.

• Equipped with lock plate as a standard feature so that the Operation Unit and Switch do not become easily separated.

EN60947-5-1

EN60947-5-5
UL508
CSA C22.2
No.14

GB14048.5

• TÜV SÜD

• UL

• UL (cUL)

• CQC

• KOSHA *

 

Note:

1. The safety category refers to the highest applicable category that can be selected when a safety block is created for a control system. It is not the safety category applicable to the safety component itself.


2. For S-mark certified models, refer to the "List of S-mark Certified Models".

 

* Some of the A22E models are S-mark certified.