Strack Norma Limit switches have explanation of connections directly on the device
The switches are splash-proofed to IP66 standards.
Tool and mould component specialist Strack Norma has announced the revision and upgrade of its range of limit switches, which are now independently designed and feature a connection diagram that can be read directly on the product.
According to the German-based manufacturer, the mould and tool construction switches transmit monitoring functions and starting signals, which can be generated by mechanical or inductive switches, to the machine’s control system.
Among their applications are path-dependent position control, path-dependent operation of additional functions, and the protection of ejector sets, stripper plates, core pulls, slides, underfloor slides and double ejectors, the supplier noted.
Actuation is performed by a micro-switch, according to the supplier. The company added that it also offers a range of cables, carriers, distribution boxes and other accessories.