Interrupters

GFCIs protect operators of power tools and hand lamps.

GFCIs protect operators of power tools and hand lamps.

UL-listed Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters protect operators and equipment by interrupting electrical power when loads have potentially lethal ground current in excess of 4-6 milliamps. Manual reset of trip indicator prevents unmonitored equipment start-ups following fault or power outage. Fully portable, plug-in units are offered in 15 and 20 A, 120 and 240 V, 60 Hz ratings. They are suitable...

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Power Cord/Sensor provides anti-automatic restart protection.

Power Cord/Sensor provides anti-automatic restart protection.

SENSING-SAF-START-® prevents small machines from restarting after power interruption. After power has been restored, unit will not reset until machine switch has been turned off. It replaces power cord on small machines such as table saws and drill presses, allowing them to conform to OSHA and NFPA safety standards by disconnecting machine's power during power loss. Three 120 V styles and one...

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Comparator/Interrupter offers inputs from -

Comparator/Interrupter offers inputs from -

Model VM4018 16-channel analog comparator/interrupter provides up to 48 comparator/interrupter channels in single VXI slot. DAC provides reference voltage for each comparator channel. Flexible interrupt feature can be configured to initiate other events autonomously through TTL trigger lines, or interrupt processor. Programmable debounce circuitry eliminates false failures by preventing erroneous...

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Safety System protects operators from electrical shock.

Safety System protects operators from electrical shock.

SmartGFI is able to recognize configuration of Device Under Test and automatically enable or disable GFI circuit accordingly. Circuit will shut down high voltage if leakage in excess of 450 microA is detected through grounding circuit. It disables high voltage in less than 1 ms. GFI circuit does not need to be manipulated by operator of instrument and therefore risk of operator error is...

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