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NEW Parker L074500000 MAS-4 NPN Solid State Sinking Switch Assembly (Output)

$60.00

Availability: In stock

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This listing is for a MAS-4 NPN solid state sinking switch assembly (output); BRAND/NAME: Parker; MODEL/PART #: L074500000; DESCRIPTION: MAS-4 NPN Solid State Sinking Switch (Output), magnetically actuated adjustable switch, for use on MA Series pneumatic cylinders, NPN switching logic, red LED indicator, may be missing some original packaging, appears to be unused old stock.                          s493-132   rg                                                                                                                                          SUPPLY VOLTAGE RANGE: 5 to 30 VDC                                                MAX. SWITCHING POWER: 6 Watts                               SHORT CIRCUIT INTERUPTION CURRENT: 370 mA                            MAX. SWITCHING CURRENT: 200 mA @ 24 VDC       CIRCUIT CURRENT CONSUMPTION: Max. 14 mA @ 24 VDC             LEAKAGE CURRENT: 10 uA Max.                                 RESIDUAL VOLTAGE: 1.5 V Max.                                                            RESPONSE: 1000 Hz Max.                                               SHOCK RESISTANCE: 30G Non-Repeated Shock                                     DEGREE OF PROTECTION: IEC IP 67       OPERATING TEMPERATURE: 14 to 158 Degrees F(-10 to 70 Degrees C)                                                                           STORAGE TEMPERATURE: -4 to 176 Degrees F(-20 to 80 Degrees C)                                                                                                                                                                              

Specifications

Brand Parker
Model MAS-4
MPN L074500000
Country/Region of Manufacture United States
Condition Description This item may be missing some original packaging but item itself appears to be unused old stock (SEE PICTURES).