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EAO announces adaptable and durable series 84 E-Stops

17 August 2016

EAO announces the functional and customisable Series 84 E-Stops, with a behind-panel depth of 18mm maximum, these components are ideal for newer electronic applications with compact control panels.

Series 84 E-Stops feature single “mono-block” construction and a twist-to-release actuator allowing benefits such as single part numbers for a complete unit, ease of installation and a fail-safe design. 

This functionality is complemented by durability as the Series 84 e-stops adhere to IP65 standards and are resistant to oil and water. They boast a mechanical life that exceeds 250,000 operations, which is far more than the ISO requirement of 6,050 operations. LED illumination allows for the e-stop to be visible from both the front and the side. Additional options include gold contacts, quick-connect/solder printed circuit board terminals and ribbon cable terminals.

Key advantages of the Series 84 E-stop include:

• “Mono-block” construction
• Meet IP65 and ISO 13850 requirements
• Twist-to-release actuator and fail safe design
• Rated at 3A 120VAC and 1.5A 240VAC
• Long service life
• Easy installation

EAO’s Series 84 E-Stops are rated at 3A 120VAC and 1.5A 240VAC. In addition, they meet international safety specification ISO 13850 and comply with EN IEC 60947-5-1 and EN IEC 60947-5-5 requirements.

EAO offers a selection of E-Stops and stop switches that satisfy a broad range of electrical mechanical specifications, colour preferences, legends, illumination and safety feature requirements.

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