C-2000TM Push Buttons tcontents ... 2 C-2000 push buttons reveal the simplicity of beauty in every detail . .4 How to select, price and order · .. 6 Technical data · .. 12 Nomenclature keys ...... ... .. . · .15 Standard push buttons Illuminated push buttons · .16 Mushroom-head push buttons · .17 · .. 19 Illuminated mushroom-head push buttons Pilot lights · .... 20 Push-to-test pilot lights .. · .21 2-position selector switches · .. . 22 3-position selector switches ... · .... 23 4-position selector switches · .. 24 5-position knob- & lever-operated selector switches · ... 25 ... .... .... .... .. ... ..... . .... ... .... .. .. ....... 26 2- & 3-position illuminated selector switches 2-position key selector switches ............... . · ... 27 3-position key selector switches ... ... ... .. ....... .... .. ... ...... .... . ..... ... ....... .. . · ... 28 4-position key selector switches .......................... . .......... .. . · ... .30 Special operators ................ .. . ..... .... . ... . · .... 31 Multi-function push buttons · .. . 34 Key-operated & selector push buttons · .. . 35 Nameplates . . ........ . . · ... .36 Specially marked push button caps .... . .. .. . . · .. .. 39 .40 Specially marked diffusers & inserts Caps, heads, lenses & handles . · .41 . ......... .42 Spare keys . Plastic enclosures, nameplates, contact blocks & power supplies for base-mounted pilot devices ..... .... . .. .43 · .. 44 Die-cast aluminum enclosures Sheet steel & stainless steel enclosures · . .45 · . .46 Accessories ... .... .. . ...... . . · .. .48 Lamps ... .......... ..... .. .49 Assembled devices ...... inside back cover Power supplies & contact blocks ..
C-2000TM Push Buttons How To Select, Price And Order C-2000 Push Buttons This catalog contains virtually all of the information you'll need to understand, evaluate, select. price, and apply C-2000 push buttons. Technical data, on pages 6-11, provides complete specifications, terminal and contact data, mechanical and electrical life ratings, materials, power supply information, maximum contacts by operator and lamp selection tips Guideform specifications appear on page 11. A guide to C-2000 push button nomenclature (pages 12-14) offers insight into this logical catalog numbering system. This will be helpful in understanding how the nomenclature works, and useful in deciphering particular catalog numbers, but should not be used to develop a specific catalog number, as not all possible combinations of catalog number digits produce available devices. To find a catalog number for a specific product, use the data beginning on page 15 To select modular components, see pages 15-48. You'll find ordering modular components - as well as assembling and stocking them - fast and easy. To select assembled devices, see pages 49-53. Assembled devices provide a single catalog number for complete devices (which is a handy reference in certain circumstances, even if you order modular components). To develop a catalog number and list price for assembled components, just follow the step-by step process explained in that section. Note that there is a $5.00 (List Price, GO-1 OGC) assembly surcharge for assembled devices. To order, contact your GE ED&C distributor or the nearest GE ED&C sales office 4
C-2000TM Push Buttons Technical Data General Specifications CSA C22.2 No. 14-M91 (Canada) Ul508 (USA) IEC 947.5.1 (International) NEMA ICS-2 (USA) UTE (France) VDE 0660 (Germany) Conformity to standards NFC 63140 (France) BSI (Great Britain) JIS (Japan) CEI EN60947.5.1 (Italy) CENElEC EN 5000 7 (Europe) Ullisted -File Number E66677 Approvals CSA Certified -File Number 16661-63 Manufacturing facility is regi stered to ISO 9000 IP2X according to IEC 529 Finger protection atterminals Terminal identification per CENElEC EN 50013 Suitable for use in NEMA Tvpes 1, 3, 3R, 3S, 4, 4X,12 and 13 enclosures. (Multi-function push buttons are suitable Enclosure ratings for NEMA Type 1 enclosures only unless used with protective rubber cap accessory.) IP66 per IEC 529. when mounted in enclosures with equal or superior seal. Operating Storage Ambient temperature -130 to + 1580 F -400 to 158 0 F -250 to +700 C -400 to + 70 0 C Climate Tvpe Temperature Relative Humidi!V 74°F (23 0 C) Temperate 50% Wet 74°F (23 0 C) Climate suitability/humidity 83% Hot Wet 1 04°F (400 C) 92% Variable Wet 740 to 1040 F (23 0 to 400 C) 83% to 92% Resistance to vibration Per IEC 68-2-6. 16g with a frequency from 40-500 Hz and maximum peak-to-peak amplitude of 0.75mm. According to Mll202B, method 20lA. Test was performed for 1/2 sinusoid for 11 ms. 38g max for all operators Resistance to shock with transformers and 1 ~Og for all other operators. Standard push button operator: 2.5 Ib (11 N) Operating force Each contact block: 1.3 Ib (6 N) Selector switch operator : 2.4 in-Ib (0.27 N-m) Wire Terminals Suitable for #22-#12 AWG stranded or solid copper wires. single or parallel conductors of same size. Terminal torque: 7 -12 in-Ibs. Parallel conductor size combinations (stranded or solid wire): Parallel Conductor Size Combinations (Stranded Or Solid Wire) Terminal Torque #12 with #14 12 in-Ibs #14 with #16 12 in-Ibs Wire capacity and terminal torque requirements #16 with #18 12 in-Ibs (for all power supplies and contact blocks) #16 with #20 12 in-Ibs #16 with #22 12 in-Ibs #18 with #22 10-12 in-Ibs #18 with #20 10-12 in-Ibs #20 with #22 7-12 in-Ibs Suitable for one female tab connector measuring 0.25 x 0.D3 inches (6.35 x 0.8 mm) or two female tab connectors Quick connect terminals measuring 0 11 x 0.03 inches (28 x 0.8 mm). Contact Data Electrical life and reliability in low level current: 80 million operations at 12V. 5mA. resistive load. Electrical reliability data (32 contacts tested successfully for 2.5 million operations.) In extremely dusty environments. electrical life at low level current is 250.000 operations at 12V. 5mA. resistive load. Dust resistance In a clean environment. electrical life at low level current is 10 million operations at 12V. 5mA. resistive load. Ith = lOA per IEC 947-5-1 Thermal current Ui = 660 Volts AC/DC (opposite polarity) Insulation voltage Class I per IEC 536 for metal operators Protection from electrical shock Class II (double insulation) per IEC 536 for plastic operators Group "C" per VDE 0110 Insulation category 2500 Volts Dielectric strength IDA type gG fuse. per IEC 269.1 & 269.3 Short circuit protection A600 (maximum make volt-amperes = 7200; maximum break volt-amperes = 720; PF = .25) Volts (V) 12 24 48 60 120 240 480 600 Continuous (A) 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 Making (A) 100 100 100 100 60 30 15 12 Breaking (A) 10 10 10 Pilot duty ratings 10 6 3 1.5 1.2 0300 (maximum make or break volt-amperes = 69) Volts (V) 12 24 48 60 125 300 250 Continuous (A) 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 Making (A) 2.5 2.5 1.4 1.1 0.27 0.23 0.55 Breaking (A) 2.5 2.5 0.27 0.23 1.4 1.1 0.55 6
C-2000TM Push Buttons Technical Data Contact Data AC15 Control Of AC Electromagnetic Loads Rated o~erational vOltage and current 600 Ue IV) 380 500 12 24 48 60 110 220 1.2 1.5 Ie IA) 10 10 3 2 10 10 6 IEC utilization categories DC13 Control Of DC Electromagnets Rated operational voltage and current Ue IV) 12 24 48 11 0 220 300 60 0.27 Ie IA) 2.5 2.5 1.4 0.55 0.2 1.0 NC: slow make, double break Ipositive opening) NO: slow make, double break Contact characteristics Self-cleaning Iwiping action) contact Double-bridge contacts with four points of contact Contact resistance <25mOhm per IEC 255.7 category 3 Contact fidelity Minimum current: 5 mA Minimum voltage: 12 V AC/DC Mounting Acceptable panel thickness .040-.236 inches 11-6mm) Operator locking ring torque 26 in-Ibs 13 N-m) Contact block or power supply from flange: 27 Ib 1118 N) Force required to forciblv remove contact blocks 3- or 5-block flange from metal operator: 88 Ib 1392 N) and flange 3- or 5-block flange from plastic operator: 66 Ib 1294 N) -Rtt- 11 ° 14 Flli$i .88 11.2 22.5 I Mounting dimensions 1.97 min with flange/ 1.18 min for unibloc 50 30 L~_ , , 1.18min with 3 / 1.97 min with 5 OlmenSlons shown m~ 30 fl ~~~~n 50 ft ~~~I~n millimeters Mechanical life Ratings For Operators Number Of 0eerations °eerators 3,000,000 Standard ~ush buttons 1,000,000-3,000,0001 Illuminated push buttons 3,000,000 Momentary mushroom-head push buttons 500,000 Maintained mushroom-head push buttons 300,000 Push to latch, turn to release mushroom-head push buttons 300,000 3 position mushroom-head push buttons 1,000,000 Non-illuminated selector switches 500,000 Illuminated selector switches 500,000 Joysticks 500,000 Toggle switches 1,000,000 Wobble sticks 500,000 Key operated push buttons 1,000,000 Selector push buttons 1 Number of operations dependent on the operating duration of the lamp. If the lamp is left on for long periods of time, its heat can reduce mechanical lite. All illuminated push buttons meet at least 7,000,000 operations.
C-2000TM Push Buttons • Technical Data Electrical Life Ratings For Contacts 3 2 Ith=10~ 600 V z: OV llP'" 1 .9 .8 .7 .6 I I .5 " " 1\ \ 11 A , I I \ .3 I Number Of Electrical Life - SO/60Hz alternating current Operations ~ 1\ .2 !inductivel per utilization category AC1S lin Millions) I ~ .10 .09 .08 .07 .06 hll .05 I~\ \ .04 I 1 .03 ~ ~ .02 , 1\ !~l .01 .4 .5 .6 .126.96.36.199 3 4 5 6 7 8910 20 .2 2 .1 .3 Amperes 3 2 220 V 11 V 48 V 2 V Ith=10 A 1 .9 .8 .7 --.I. .6 I .5 I , , A I I .3 I Number Of I Electrical Life - direct current !inductive) Operations I .2 per utilization category DC13 lin Millions) I I I I 1\ .10 .09 08 , .07 .06 05 I 04 I l .03 I I 1\ .02 I , I I , I I .01 .1 .2 .3 .4 .5 .188.8.131.52.0 2 3 4 567891 0 20 Amperes
C-2000TM Push Buttons Technical Data Materials Component Material Cap/levers/knobs (non-illuminated) Nylon Cap/levers/knobs (illuminated) Polycarbonate Metal housing Copper-nickel-chrome plated zinc/aluminum alloy Plastic housing Glass-reinforced nylon Plunger Polyester Springs Stainless steel Body-to-panel gasket Polyester elastomer Cap-to-body gasket Vinyl nitrile rubber Lubricant Lithium grease Cams for non-illuminated selector switches Nylon Cams for illuminated selector switches Polyester Cam followers Nylon Contact block and power supply housings Glass-reinforced nylon Contacts Pure silver Conductors Brass alloy Flanges Glass-reinforced nylon Flange latches Glass-reinforced nylon Printed circuit board adapter Glass-reinforced nylon Joystick protective housing Vinyl nitrile rubber Joystick plunger, lever & cam Acetal resin Joystick actuator Mineral-reinforced nylon Push to latch, turn to release actuator & plunger Nylon Wobble stick Polycarbonate Toggle switch lever Glass-reinforced nylon Protective caps (clear) Silicon rubber Protective caps (colored) Vinyl nitrile rubber Push button protective guards Polycarbonate Mushroom-head guards Glass-reinforced nylon Padlockable cover Polycarbonate and zinc-plated zinc/aluminum alloy Zinc-plated zinc/aluminum alloy Metal locking rings Plated brass Keys Glass-reinforced nylon Nameplate holders Laminated polyester Nameplate inserts Glass-reinforced nylon Hole plug Power Supply Selection Benefit Principle of Operation Tvpe Smallest and least expensive. Can be used with LEOs. Supplies input voltage directly to bulb. Full voltage Transformer has the effect of damping the inrush current and voltage spikes from the switching device seen when the light is turned on, actually protecting the bulb from these factors that shorten life. Generates less heat than the resistor power Utilizes a transformer to step the input voltage down to 6 volts. Transformer supplies. Reduces unsafe supply voltages (up to 600V) down to a safe level for lamp servicing. Can be used with LEOs. Able to withstand a short circuit of the lamp or lamp socket without damage. Least expensive way to reduce unsafe supply voltages (up to 240V) down to a safe Utilizes a resistor in series with the incandescent lamp to drop Normal resistor level for lamp servicing. the lamp voltage to 50% of the input Voltage. Provides the same function as the normal resistor, but takes up only one position in Utilizes a resistor and a diode in series with th e lamp to rectify and Diode resistor the flange rather than two. Generates less heat than the normal resistor power supplies. drop a 240VAC input voltage to operate a 130V incandescent lamp. Utilizes a resistor in series with the 130V incandescent lamp to Extends life of a 130V incandescent bulb by 1300% (from 2000 to 28,000 hours!. Long life resistor provide a lamp voltage 80% that of the input voltage. Flashing (full Utilizes a flashing circuit which can be enabled or disabled by Allows the lamp to be switched between OFF, ON, and FLASHING modes. voltage or externally switching (shorting) two connections. transformer) Allows use of indicating lights and "panel tesrteature rather than individual push to Panel test (full Utilizes a diode to isolate the lamp test circuit from the supply test illuminated push buttons. Eliminates the need for the NO/NC contacts used on voltage or circuit conventional push-to-test pilot lights standard resistor) 9
C-2000TM Push Buttons • Technical Data Panel Test Power Supplies This table shows the maximum number of panel test power supplies to be switched by a single contact block. Multiple switching contact blocks may be used. Maximum Panel Test Power Supplies Per Contact Block Supply Voltage AC DC 6 15 15 12 30 30 24 60 60 48 120 66 150 60 66 130 300 72 r-----]-n---------] : : >-< - : i l~lrD!!:'i !~iI Di! : 1701 1 l~ = i ,--F t > ,-----,'- ~---- > +l _m m nJ i-FtJ;:::,n--> line VoltaQe Line Voltage Common Common Signal Signal Signal s;l'l Voltage 2 Voltage 1 Voltage 2 Voltage 1 Panel test power supplies Push-to-test indicating lights Maximum Number Of Contacts1 Optional 5-block Flange Standard 3-block Flange Power SupplV Type Operator Type Push button - 4 8 Mushroom-head push button Wobble stick Non-illuminated selector switch - 4 8 Key selector switch Illuminated push button Full voltage, diode & resistor, long life resistor 4 8 Illuminated mushroom-head push button Illuminated push button Standard resistor, panel test, standard transformer 2 6 Illuminated mushroom-head push button Illuminated push button All flashing/continuous 0 4 Illuminated mushroom-head push button Full voltage, diode & resistor, long life resistor 4 4 Illuminated selector switch Standard resistor, panel test, standard transformer 2 4 Illuminated selector switch All flashing/ continuous 0 4 Illuminated selector switch - 2 Push-pull mushroom-head push button 2 Push twist-to-reset mushroom-head - 2 2 Push key-to-reset mushroom-head Full voltage, diode & resistor, long life resistor Illuminated push-pull mushroom-head push button 2 2 Standard resistor, panel test, standard transformer 2 Illuminated push-pull mushroom-head push button 2 All flashing/ continuou s Illuminated push-pull mushroom-head push button 0 2 Joystick - 4 Key-operated push button 8 Selector push button - 4 Toggle switch 4 - Multi-function push button (for each button) 2+2 4+4 Full voltage, diode & resistor, long life resistor Illuminated multi-function push button (for each button) 2+2 4+4 Standard resistor, panel test, standard transformer Illuminated multi-function push button (for each button) 0+2 2+4 All flashing/ continuous Illuminated multi-function push button (for each button) 0+0 2+2 - - All operator types when used in plastic enclosures 2 1 In some cases, the maximum number of contacts shown is less than the available number of flange positions. This is because, in these instances, contact block force would affect operation of the device or reduce operator life below values cited elsewhere. For specific application assistance, contact your local GE ED&C sales office. 10
C-2000TM Push Buttons Technical Data Lamp Selection Incandescent, neon and light emitting diode (LEO) lamps are available for use in indicating lights, illuminated push buttons and illuminated selector switches. Although Incandescent lamps have traditionally been the most frequently used, it is wise to review the characteristics of the different types of lamps and select the one that is most appropriate for the application. Although the incandescent lamp offers the lowest initial cost, the LEO is usually the most economical over the long term, due to its long life, resistance to shock and vibration, and lower power consumption. Benefits of LEOs include: • Resistance to shock and vibration - Since LEOs are solid state, they are completely impervious to the problems associated with shock and vibration that can significantly reduce the life of incandescent lamps by mechanically breaking the filament. The high inrush currents at startup associated with incandescents also act to significantly reduce the life of lamps used in frequent on-off applications. • Longer life - The LEOs used with C-2000 push buttons have a service life of 100,000 hours (11 years) compared to 20,000 hours (2S months) for the neon lamps, and 2,000 hours (3 months) for the standard incandescent lamps. • Reduced power consumption - The LEOs used for the C-2000 push buttons consume between 10% and 52% less power than the equivalent BA9S incandescent lamp. The table below shows the power consumption of each type: Volts AC/DC Incandescent Watts Watts LED Watts Neon - 6 - BA9S606 OSOBA9S6L * 0.54 0.6 - - 6 BA9S615 - - 1.5 - - 12 OSOBA9S 12L • BA9S12 2.0 072 - - 24 BA9S24 OSOBA9S24L' 2.0 0.72 - - 4S BA9S4S OSOBA9S4SL' 2.0 0.96 - - - 60 BA9S6012 - 1.2 - - 110 - - BA9SN11O 0077 - - - 120 - OSOBA9S120L * 1.2 - - - - 130 BA9S130 2.0 - - - - 220 BA9SN220 0.330 • Lower operating temperature - Because of the lower power consumption and greater efficiency of LEOs, they operate much cooler than incandescent lamps. Thus, in applications where heat in the enclosure could be a problem, LEO lamps are a better choice. Incandescent bulbs are recommended for light duty applications and panels not subject to shock and vibration. Neon lamps offer a middle ground, at a cost and performance between the LEO and the incandescent, but can have problems associated with flicker induced by noise and frequency. LEO lamps offer the best overall performance for the long term. Lame Comearison Power Approx. lifespan Shock & Vibration Operating Brightness Bulb Type (hours) Temperature Consumption Immunity 100,000 High Medium Medium Medium LEO 2,000 Low High High High Incandescent Low Low Low 20,000 Medium Neon Guideform Specifications IEC 22 mm push buttons shall be type GE C-2000TM series. They shall be listed by Undervvriters Laboratories (ULI. certified by Canadian Standards Association (CSA) and conform to International Electrotechnical Commission (lEC) and Japanese Industrial Standard (JIS) standards. All push buttons, selector switches and pilot lights shall conform to the applicable requirements of NEMA standard ICS-2 for AC and DC control circuits. Enclosures shall be listed by UL and certified by CSA. Standard features shall include: • Fully automated manufacturing with 100% on line inspection. • Manufactured in ISO 9000 certified facility • 4 different operator styles: round metal body with polished chrome finish, round metal body with satin chrome finish, black round engineered plastic body and black square engineered plastic body. • Contact blocks and power supplies completely interchangeable among all 4 styles of operators. • Locking rings that tighten from the rear with a special wrench or flat blade screwdriver. • Contact block flanges that mount on operators with 4-point positive locking. • Universal mounting design that permits push buttons to be mounted with or without locating notch punched in panel. Orientation tab on operator notch that is removable with screwdriver. • Modular assembly incorporating snap-on contact blocks and power supplies, removable with flat blade screw driver. • Devices mount on 30 mm x 50 mm (1.1S" x 1.91") center. • Devices mount on panel thickness of 1 to 6 mm (.040" to .236"). • Captive front-of-panel gasket for superior sealing. • Lamps removable from the front of the panel. • Metal operators constructed of die cast body • Polished and satin chrome operators feature triple chrome plating. • Permanent marking of contact blocks by laser etching. • Double bridge wiping action contact block design for applications from 12 -600 volts AC and 12 -300 volts DC. • PLC interfacing with standard contact blocks. • Contact blocks rated for 10 million electrical operations at 12 volts, 5 milliamps. • Contact block cases shall be ultrasonically welded to provide superior protection in dust conditions. Contact blocks rated for 250,000 operations at 12 volts, 5 milliamps in severely dusty conditions. • Power supplies shall be available in full voltage, resistor and transformer forms. • Resistor power supplies shall be available in standard, diode and long-life forms. • Screw, quick connect and base mount contact blocks. • Printed circuit board connector for use with quick connect contact blocks. • Global nomenclature. • Multi-lingual nameplates. • Global availability 11
C-2000TM Push Buttons • Nomenclature Keys For use in interpreting catalog numbers only. Do not use for developing catalog numbers. Standard & Illuminated Push Buttons Cap Push Button Lens o ~ o 0"El" 0 0 0 c Polished chrome ~ N ~ Non o No Cap ~ G = Flush D = Diffused M ~ Satin chrome N ~ Black R = Refracted illuminated S = Extended X ~ Round plastic L ~ Illuminated R ~ Red Q = No lens E = Recessed S ~ Square plastic V ~ Green G ~ Yellow L ~ Blue B ~ White M= Brown H = Gray Pilot lights Cap Lens Style Color Type 0~ DITJDD C = Polished chrome R = Red D = Diffused M = Satin chrome V = Green R = Refracted X = Round plastic G = Yellow V = Glass S = Square plastic 0 = No lens L = Blue B =White I = Clear A = Amber 0 = No cap Mushroom-head Push Buttons Mushroom Cap Illumination Position Type (1 Digit) Or Style Type head Diameter Color Key Selection (2 Digits) 0~D0DDDDDD C ~ Polished chrome M = Momentary 3 = 28mm N = Black N = Non Position type M = Satin chrome T = Push/Pull 4= 40mm R = Red illuminated 1 = 2-position push/pull X = Round plastic R = Turn to reset 6 = 60mm V = Green A = Positive 2 = 3-position, maintained S = Square plastic C = Key to reset G = Yellow action, non push/momentary pull L = Blue illuminated 3 = 3-position, push/pull, B =White L = Illuminated spring return to center I = Clear Keys A = Orange See keys selection table on page 14. Knob- & Lever-operated Selector Switches Style Operator Cam Spring Cap Lens 0~D[JJDDDOD M = Knob C = Pol ished chrome D, I or H = 0= Fixed 0 = No knob 0 = Diffused V = Lever M = Satin chrome 2-position 1 = From left or lever R = Refracted X = Round plastic L = Illuminated E, L, U or Z = 3 = From left N = Black 0 = No lens S = Square plastic knob 3-position & right R = Red X = 4-position 5 = From right V = Green Vor W= G = Yellow 5-position L = Blue B = White I = Clear A =Amber 12
C-2000TM Push Buttons Nomenclature Keys For use in interpreting catalog numbers only Do not use for developing catalog numbers. Key-operated Selector Switches Style Cam Spring Key Key [TI CD D [TI CTI DOD crtJ C = Polished chrome See key selection table on page 14. 0.1 or H = 0= Fixed See key M = Satin chrome 2-position 1 = From leh removal X = Round plastic 3 = From leh table on E. L. U or Z = S = Square plastic 3-position & right page 14. X = 4-position 5 = From right Special Operators Style Operator Operator-specific Digits [TI CD D 0 d 'VE rtJ C = Polished chrome M = Joystick M = Satin chrome C = Toggle switch X = Round W = Wobble stick plastic Z = Potentiometer S = Square operator plastic R = Reset push button B = Buzzer Multi-function Push Buttons Bottom Guard ISO Symbols Illumination ColoTop r Color [TI CD~0DDDDDD N = Non- N = Black R = Red G = Flush 00 = No symbols illuminated V = Green S = Top flush. 01 = I (top)/O (bottom) bottom extended L = Illuminated Key-operated Push Buttons Lock Key Key selection Style position removal [TI CD D0CTI0DDDD 1 = Normal E = Right See key selection table on page 14. C = Polished chrome 2 = Depressed K = Leh & right M = Satin chrome 3= Normal & X = Round plastic depressed Selector Push Buttons Style Function [TICD D 0[TI DDITJ 2-position C = Polished chrome 21 = Function 201 M = Satin chrome 22 = Function 231 23 = Function 235 3-position 34 = Function 301 35 = Function 323 13
C-2000TM Push Buttons Nameplates Standard Markings Metal Nameplates And Inserts For Standard Size Plastic Nameplate Holders Marking Metal Nameplate Catalog No. List Price, GO-IOGC Plastic Insert Catalog No.1 List Price, GO-IOGC Inch Cut P9ACP2N276 1.80 P9ACPBS276 .50 Inch Return P9ACP2N277 1.80 P9ACPBSm .50 Jog Forward P9ACP2N279 1.80 P9ACPBS279 .50 Jog Reverse P9ACP2N280 1.80 P9ACPBS280 .50 Jog Run P9ACP2N245 1.80 P9ACPBS245 .50 Left Right P9ACP2N246 1.80 P9ACPBS246 .50 Low High P9ACP2N247 1.80 P9ACPBS247 .50 Lower Raise P9ACP2N248 1.80 P9ACPBS248 .50 Off On P9ACP2N233 1.80 P9ACPBS233 .50 Open Close P9ACP2N234 1.80 P9ACPBS234 .50 Raise Lower P9ACP2N249 1.80 P9ACPBS249 .50 Rev For P9ACP2N250 1.80 P9ACPBS250 .50 Run Jog P9ACP2N251 1.80 P9ACPBS251 .50 Safe Run P9ACP2N252 1.80 P9ACPBS252 .50 Slow Fast P9ACP2N253 1.80 P9ACPBS253 .50 Start Cycle P9ACP2N282 P9ACPBS282 1.80 .50 Start Feed P9ACP2N283 1.80 P9ACPBS283 .50 Start Jog P9ACP2N254 1.80 P9ACPBS254 .50 Start Stop P9ACP2N255 1.80 P9ACPBS255 .50 Stop Cycle P9ACP2N265 1.80 P9ACPBS265 .50 Stop Feed P9ACP2N264 1.80 P9ACPBS264 .50 Stop Reset IRed) P9ACP2R227 1.80 P9ACPBS227 .50 Stop Start P9ACP2N232 1.80 P9ACPBS232 .50 Up Down P9ACP2N256 1.80 P9ACPBS256 .50 Off Coolant On P9ACP2N257 1.80 P9ACPBS257 .50 P9ACP2N258 1.80 P9ACPBS258 Auto Off Ha nd .50 P9ACPBS239 For Off Rev P9ACP2N239 1.80 .50 P9ACPBS259 P9ACP2N259 1.80 .50 For Stop Rev P9ACPBS261 P9ACP2N261 1.80 .50 Hand Off Auto P9ACPBS298 P9ACP2N298 1.80 .50 Jog Off Run P9ACPBS267 1.80 .50 P9ACP2N267 Jog Safe Run 1.80 P9ACPBS237 .50 P9ACP2N237 Local Off Remote P9ACPBS238 .50 P9ACP2N238 1.80 Low Off High P9ACPBS268 1.80 .50 P9ACP2N268 Lower Off Raise P9ACPBS269 .50 1.80 P9ACP2N269 Man Off Auto P9ACPBS270 1.80 .50 P9ACP2N270 Open Off Close P9ACPBS271 1.80 .50 P9ACP2N271 Slow Off Fast - P9ACPBS506 .50 Abrir - P9ACPBS502 .50 Adelante - P9ACPBS508 .50 Atras - P9ACPBS518 .50 Atras Adelante P9ACPBS519 .50 - Atras 0 Adelante - - P9ACPBS505 .50 Bajar P9ACPBS514 .50 Baja P9ACPBS501 .50 Cerrar - P9ACPBS513 .50 Defecto P9ACPBS509 .50 - Derecha - P9ACPBS516 .50 Emergencia - P9ACPBS504 .50 Izquierda P9ACPBS503 .50 Manual P9ACPBS510 - .50 Marcha P9ACPBS511 - .50 Para IRed) P9ACPBS517 .50 - Para Marcha P9ACPBS520 .50 - Para 0 Marcha P9ACPBS512 .50 Rapido P9ACPBS515 .50 - Rearme P9ACPBS507 .50 - Subir 1 For use with plastic nameplate holders an page 38. 37
C-2000TM Push Buttons Caps, Heads, Lenses & Handles For Non-illuminated Devices List Price. Catalog No. Item Style(sl Black Red Green GO-1OGC Yellow Brown Blue White Gray Clear - OO@ P9ARBGN P9ARBGR P9ARBGV $1.00 P9ARBGG Caps for flush & recessed P9ARBGM P9ARBGL P9ARBGB P9ARBGH push buttons 0 P9ASBGN P9ASBGR P9ASBGV P9ASBGG - 1.00 P9ASBGM P9ASBGL P9ASBGB P9ASBGH - OO@ P9ARBSN P9ARBSR P9ARBSV Caps for extended P9ARBSG P9ARBSM P9ARBSH 1.00 P9ARBSL P9ARBSB push buttons 0 P9ASBSN - P9ASBSR P9ASBSV 1.00 P9ASBSG P9ASBSM P9ASBSL P9ASBSB P9ASBSH Mushroom heads. 2Bmm - - - - OO@ P9ARB3N P9ARB3R P9ARB3V P9ARB3G - 7.00 Mushroom heads. 40mm - - OO@ P9ARB4N P9ARB4R P9ARB4V P9ARB4G - - - 7.00 Mushroom heads, 60mm - - OO@ P9ARB6N P9ARB6R P9ARB6V P9ARB6G - - - 9.00 Mushroom heads. 29mm 0 - - - - P9ASB3N P9ASB3R P9ASB3V P9ASB3G - 7.00 OO@ Heads for push pull mushroom- - - - - - P9ACB4N P9ACB4R P9ACB4V P9ACB4G B.OO head push buttons (40mml 0 Knobs - - - - OO@D P9ACMNN P9ACMNR P9ACMNV P9ACMNG P9ACMNL 3.00 - Levers - - - - - - - OO@ P9ARMVN 300 - - - - - - - - OO@ P9ARCST 5.00 Transparent protective cap for extended push buttons 0 - - - - - - - - P9ASCST 5.00 - - - - - - - OO@ - OBOCPT 5.00 Transparent protective caps for flush and recessed push buttons 0 - - - - - - - - P9ASCGT 5.00 - - - - OBOCPN OBOCPR OBOCPV - OBOCPG 5.00 Colored protective caps for flush OO@ & recessed push buttons - - - - - 0 P9ASCGN P9ASCGR P9ASCGV P9ASCGG 5.00 Protective silicone rubber cap for - - - - - - - - OBOCPDT 5.00 [8 flush multi-function push buttons For Illuminated Devices Catalog No. list Price. Red Green Yellow Amber Blue White Clear GO-1OGC Item Style(sl 00@c::) P9ARGLRR P9ARGLRV P9ARGLRG P9ARGLRA P9ARGLRL P9ARGLRB P9ARGLRI $100 Refracted pilot light lenses 00@c::) P9ARGLDR P9ARGLDV P9ARGLDG P9ARGLDA P9ARGLDL P9ARGLDB P9ARGLDI .50 Diffused pilot light lenses 1 P9ASGLDR P9ASGLDV P9ASGLDG P9ASGLDA P9ASGLDL P9ASGLDB P9ASGLDI 1.00 0 - - - - - - P9ARDLS .50 Diffusers for pilots lights OO@ P9ARGPDR P9ARGPDV P9ARGPDG P9ARGPDA P9ARGPDL P9ARGPDB P9ARGPDI .50 OO@ Diffused push button lenses 1 0 P9ASGLDR P9ASGLDV P9ASGLDG P9ASGLDA P9ASGLDL P9ASGLDB P9ASGLDI 1.00 - - - - - - P9ARDPL .50 Diffusers for push buttons OO@ P9ARGLVG P9ARGLVA P9ARGLVL P9ARGLVB P9ARGLVI P9ARGLVR P9ARGLW 13.50 Glass pilot light lenses 00 P9ARGP4R P9ARGP4V P9ARGP4G P9ARGP4A P9ARGP4L P9ARGP4B P9ARGP41 7.00 Illuminated mushroom heads. 40mm OO@ P9ASGP3G P9ASGP3A P9ASGP3L P9ASGP3B P9ASGP31 P9ASGP3R P9ASGP3V 7.00 0 Illuminated mushroom heads. 29mm P9ACGSLR P9ACGSLV P9ACGSLG P9ACGSLA P9ACGSLL P9ACGSLB P9ACGSLI 300 Illuminated knobs OO@D Heads for push pull mushroom-head P9ACGP4R P9ACGP4V P9ACGP4G P9ACGP4A P9ACGP4L P9ACGP4B P9ACGP41 B.OO OO@D push buttons (40mml Protective silicone rubber cap for flush - - - - - - OBOCPDT 5.00 multi-furiction push buttons ~ - - - - - - P9ARCST 5.00 OO@ Transparent protective cap for extended - - - push buttons - P9ASCST - 5.00 - 0 1 Must order diffuser separatelv for round devices. Diffuser is built into square devices. Style Legend @ Round Engineered o Square Engineered c::) Unibloc (Round 101lQJ -Multi-function Q) Polished Chrome 0 Satin Chrome 0 Plastic Engineered Plasticl Plastic 41
C-2000TM Push Buttons Illuminated Devices From the contact block table below, choose desired contact block(s) and transfer the catalog number digit to the appropriate flange position box in the catalog number matrix corresponding to your operator type. For flange position(s) without a contact block, enter 0 in the corresponding box in the catalog number matrix. (Pilot lights have no contact blocks and their matrix has no contact block positions.) Then select your power supply from the appropriate table - full voltage, transformer or resistor. Transfer the catalog number digits to the power supply boxes in the same catalog number matrix. Except as noted below. use the 3-position flange catalog number matrix for all devices. When to use the 5-position flange and its catalog number matrix: • If you require a flashing power supply and one or two contact blocks • If you require a standard resistor, standard transformer or any panel test power supply and more than one contact block. Flashing power supplies occupy slots 1-5-2 on the 5-position flange, so contact block catalog number digits must be entered for positions 3 and/or 4 only; enter zero (0) as the catalog number digit for positions 1 and 2. Non-flashing transformer. standard resistor and all panel test power supplies occupy slots 1 and 5 on the 5-position flange, so contact block catalog number digits must be entered for position 2, 3 and 4 only; enter zero (0) as the catalog number digit for any positions without a contact block. The resulting number is your complete assembled catalog number. The total list price (GO-lOGe) is the sum of the list prices for operator, contact block(s) and power supply plus $5.00 assembly charge. Contact Blocks Terminal List Price, Possible Flange Catalog No. Contacts Type Position(s) GO-1OGC Digit No contact block $0.00 0 1 1 NO 7.50 lNC 2 7.50 1NO-1 NC 3 15.00 Screw 7.50 1 NO early make 6 7.50 1 NC late opening 7 II 4 7.50 1 NO Quick Connect 1 NC 5 7.50 Transformer Power Supplies Lamp Type Incandescent Possible Flange Transformer Voltage LED (AC) Position(s) Catalog No. List Price. Catalog No. List Price, Type GO-1OGC Digits Digits GO-1OGC GGI $42.50 48 GGL $57.50 GHI 42.50 GHL 60 57.50 GJI 42.50 110-120 GJL 57.50 I I I GNI 42.50 220-250 GNL 57.50 Standard Screw GRI 42.50 277-280 GRL Terminal 57.50 GUI 42.50 380 GUL 57.50 I I I GWI 42.50 415-440 GWL 57.50 GYI 42.50 480-500 GYL -- 57.50 Gli 42.50 550-600 GlL 57.50 IGI 72.50 IGL 48 87.50 IHI 72.50 IHL 60 87.50 IJI 72.50 110-120 IJL 87.50 INI 72.50 INL 220-250 87.50 Standard Screw IRI 72.50 IRL 277-280 87.50 Terminal, I I lUI 72.50 IUL 380 87.50 Flashing IWI 72.50 IWL 415-440 87.50 IYI 72.50 IYL 87.50 480-500 III 72.50 Il L 87.50 550-600 52
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