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Springer Controls N5XPLBSDFJ Press-To-Test Pilot Light White, AC/DC, 120V Bulb
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Springer Controls N5XPLBSDFJ Press-To-Test Pilot Light White, AC/DC, 120V Bulb

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Springer Controls N5CPLBSDFJ, Press-To-Test Pilot Light White, AC/DC, 120V Bulb

This Press-to-Test Pilot Light fits a standard 22mm panel hole. It is sold complete and wired with push-button, 1 NO and 1 NC contacts, and a power supply with bulb. These indicator lights are commonly wired to shine when they receive a signal from a motor starting, overload tripping eg. The press-to-test enables an operator to test the light system without turning on the motor. The most common application for Press-to-Test push-buttons is for large motor protection. All of the components of this system are cULus approved.

Product Specifications

    • BRANDSpringer Controls
    • COLORWhite
    • CONTACT TYPE1 N5B10VN (N.O.) 1 N5B01VN (N.C.)
    • POWER SUPPLYFull Voltage, 120V
    • HOLE DIAMETER22 mm
    • COMPATIBLE CONTACTS - 1N5B01VR(N.C. LateBreak),N5B10VA(N.O. EarlyMake),N5B20VN(2xN.O.),N5B02VN(2xN.C.)
    • BULB VOLTAGE110-120V
    • COMPATIBLE CONTACTSN5BO1VN(N.C.), N5B10VN(N.O.), N5B11VN(N.C./N.O.), N5B01FN(N.C.), N5B10FN(N.O.)

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