GRI 4700-AXL Industrial Track Mount Switch Set, 2.5" to 4" Track Size, up to 3" Gap, Reversible Probe Assembly, Closed Loop, Reversible Probe Assembly and 3' Armored Cable Standard
The G.R.I. 4700-A Series Industrial Track Mount Switches are designed to eliminate false alarms from standard floor switches getting damaged by fork lifts and other equipment. The contacts are moved up onto the track and out of the way of equipment.
The 4700-A Series switches are designed to be easy to install and very adjustable. They can attach to a wide range of track sizes and only require tightening one or two screws to install the contacts. It can be installed on either side of the door and the cable exit can be reversed to simplify installation.
An adjustable magnet bracket extends the reach on particularly difficult installations and self drilling screws shorten installations times. Also with a gap of up to 3 inches, doors that wear and get misaligned are not a problem.
Reversible probe assembly
Left or right installation
Reversible cable exit
3 ft. armored cable standard
Multi position adjustable magnet bracket
Closed loop or SPDT
Hinge design for tighter clamping to track
Up to 3” gap
Fits channels from 1.75” up to 4”
Self drilling screws included for easy installation
Contacts are on the channel and not where they can get damaged on the floor
No special tools required for installation
Name: GRI 4700-AXL Industrial Track Mount Switch Set, 2.5" to 4" Track Size, up to 3" Gap, Reversible Probe Assembly, Closed Loop, Reversible Probe Assembly and 3' Armored Cable Standard,, George Risk Industries, George Risk Industries
Category: George Risk Industries, Intrusion, Alarm Contacts, Magnetic Contacts
- - GRI 4700-AXL Data & Specifications Sheet
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