Schneider Electric Push Button


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Product Specs

Illuminated: Non-Illuminated
Contact Rating: 10 A @ 600V AC
Operator Style: Extended
Pole-Throw Configuration: 1NO
Switch Action: Momentary
Operator Color: Black; Green; Multicolor; Red
Operator Color: Black; Green; Red; Multicolor
Reset Method: Push Pull
Application: Heavy Machinery; Industrial Settings
Bezel Color: Not Rated
Bezel Finish: Not Rated
Bezel Material: Thermoplastic
Body Color: Not Rated
Body Finish: Not Rated
Body Material: Not Rated
Body Style: Not Rated
Break Power: 720 VA
Connection Type: Pressure Plate; Screw Clamp
Contact Material: Silver Alloy
Current Type: AC
Features: Fast and Easy Installation; Finger-Safe Terminals; Corrosion Resistant
For Minimum Bulb Voltage: Not Rated
Includes: (1) White Push Button Insert; (1) Black; (1) Red; (1) Green; (1) Yellow; (1) Blue; (1) Orange
IP Rating: IP66
Legend Text: No Legend
Make Power: 7,200 VA
Maximum Operating Temperature: 158 ° F
Mechanical Operating Life Cycles: 5000000
Minimum Operating Temperature: -13 ° F
NEMA Contact Rating Designation: A600/Q600
NEMA Rating: NEMA 13; NEMA 6; NEMA 12; NEMA 4; NEMA 3R; NEMA 3; NEMA 2; NEMA 4X; NEMA 1
Number of Operators: 1
Number of Pieces: 1
Operator Material: Plastic
Operator Shape: Round
Overall Length: 2.20 in
Overall Width: 1.77 in
Panel Cutout Diameter: 30 mm
RoHS Compliant: Not Rated
Specifications Met: CE; CSA Certified; UL Listed; EN/IEC 60947-1; EN/IEC 60947-5-1; EN/IEC 60947-5-4; JIS C 4520; JIS C 852; UL 508; CSA C22.2
Switch Type: Push Button
Thermal Continuous Test Current: 10
Voltage: 600V AC; 600V DC

About 30mm Push Buttons

Also known as heavy-duty push buttons due to their large size, these push buttons install into a 30mm diameter opening in a control panel or enclosure.

Choose from a variety of operators, which are just the button head, or switches, which are ready-to-install complete units.

Install a complete push-button switch assembly in your circuit board or enclosure. A push-button switch consists of the operator, which is the button head that actuates the circuit and is pushed by the user; the button holder, which secures the button to a surface; and the contact block, which contains the circuit.