Product News: Electrical Equipment & Systems
Pushbutton Pendant Stations come in 2-12 button configurations.
Press Release Summary:
April 12, 2012 - Featuring ergonomic design that fits in user's palm, SBI Series includes single, 2, or 3 speed designs with momentary or maintained on/off. Units have double insulated, polycarbonate enclosure that is chemical-resistant and rated NEMA 1, 2, 4, 4x, and 12. Elastic gasket ensures seal between front and back, while internal cable clamp facilitates service by eliminating need to remove pendant from cable. Suitable for temperatures from -5 to 150Â°F, pendants have switches rated for 3 A, 250 Vac.
Original Press Release
Magnetek Introduces New SBI Pushbutton Pendant Stations
Press release date: April 3, 2012
The SBI Pushbutton Pendant Stations are designed for maximum application flexibility and are offered with a variety of options, including tandem configuration. Additionally, the lightweight SBI is housed in a chemical-resistant, durable case that strikes a great balance between comfort for the operator and ease of wiring for the service technician. It features an easily removable back cover along with an internal cable clamp, which make service quick and easy by eliminating the need to remove the pendant from its cable.
"SBI is a versatile pendant that incorporates flawlessly into almost any overhead crane system, and gives the operator a comfortable means of controlling their crane," said Tom van Leeuwen, Power Delivery Systems Product Manager. "We are excited to introduce this superior quality, feature-packed pendant to our broad line of control product offerings."
For more information about Magnetek Material Handling's crane and hoist products and services visit www.magnetekmh.com.
Magnetek, Inc. provides a full complement of overhead material handling control solutions including AC and DC drive systems, motors, brakes, conductor bar and festoon systems, radio remote controls, and pushbutton pendant stations. In addition to material handling products, Magnetek manufactures digital power and motion control systems used in people-moving and energy delivery. Headquartered in Menomonee Falls, Wis., in the greater Milwaukee area, Magnetek operates manufacturing facilities in Pittsburgh and Canonsburg, Pa. as well as Menomonee Falls.