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Series 7 Rotary Cam Switch, Operation Switch Marked Off / On, 3 Pole

Series 7 Rotary Cam Switch, Operation Switch Marked Off / On, 3 Pole

Series 7 Rotary Cam Switch, Operation Switch Marked Off / On, 3 Pole

Item Number: 7GN12/D10/U

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Specifications

Design

Product brand

Clipsal

Range of product

Series 7

Physical

Switch function

2-way

Connector type

screw terminals

Number of poles

3

EU RoHS Directive

Under investigation

Others

Electrical circuit type

changeover contactor

Mounting holes diameter

12 mm

[Us] rated supply voltage

415 V DC

Number of contacts

2

[Ui] rated insulation voltage

480 V AC

[Ith] conventional free air thermal current

12 A

Rated operational power in W

6 kW

Switching angle

60 °

Fuse type

  • 3-3 kA, gG
  • 3-3 kA, gL
    • Maximum short-circuit current

      16 A

      Package 1 Weight

      1 kg
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      Frequently Asked Questions

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      Can I get a handle for the 7GF10/D90/U as a spare part?

      No, we don't do any spares for that range.

      What are dimensions for 7GF20/D11/U?

      The part number 7GF20/D11/U is 76.5mm (L)

      Fascia 48mm x 48mm

      What size cable will 7G80/D10/U rotary cam switch terminals accept?

         
           
      The 7G80/D10/U will accept 1 x 25mm sq cable.
       

      Key Features

      • Front mounting
      • AC23A Rating
      • Operation switch marked OFF-On


      For further information, please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=7G80/D10/U

      What is the part name for a 3 pole 63 amp change over switch with markings - MAN/OFF/REV?

      The part name is as follows: 7GN63/D53/U

      Can 7GF20/D11/U be supplied with an enclosure?

      Yes. Part number can be supplied with enclosure, however, part number 56SW320R will do the same.

      What is the depth of the 7 series rotary cam switches?

      For the depth of the 7 series rotary cam switches you will need to refer to the following table.
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