Foot Switches

Foot Switches allow up to 4 units to be connected.
Foot Switches

Foot Switches allow up to 4 units to be connected.

With IP 53 or IP 65 protection ratings, foot switches are designed for safety and automation marketplaces. PA and PX series are available as single switch models, while PC series allows up to 4 units to be connected together via connector kits. PA Series comes as unprotected switch, and PX series employs plastic cover for actuator protection. Switches are offered with slow or snap action contact...

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Sealed Foot Switch suits dirty/oily/wet environments.
Foot Switches

Sealed Foot Switch suits dirty/oily/wet environments.

Series 400 Sealed Foot Switch features low-profile, cast iron housing with foot rest that lets users slide their foot sideways and step on nickel-plated steel pedal. Equipped with skid-resistant elastomeric base pad and 3 mounting holes, switch has no external springs, measures 7Â-¼ x 4¾ x 1½ in., is UL/CSA listed, and sealed to IP68 and NEMA 4X, 6P, 12, and 13 ratings....

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Foot Switches are suitable for hostile environments.
Foot Switches

Foot Switches are suitable for hostile environments.

PX and PA series foot-switches are available in single or double switch models as well as in covered and uncovered models. Protective covers on PX models are available in yellow, red, or orange; come with full or half covers; and are constructed of high impact plastic. Available with slow- or snap-action contact elements, foot switches offer various contact block configurations. Both series carry...

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Foot Control features independent arc start/stop function.
Foot Switches

Foot Control features independent arc start/stop function.

Advanced Foot Amptrol(R) provides tactile click that operators can hear and feel, allowing repeatable starts and stops at desired minimum current. It eliminates manually overshooting intended starting current and reduces risk of melting during arc start process. Adjustable heel stop allows user to locate repeatable foot position. Click is also heard when arc extinguishes.

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