Veris H300 Current Switch Mico Split-Core Fixed N.O
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Veris H300 Current Switch Mico Split-Core Fixed N.O

Model: H300

Hawkeye 300 go/no go current switches provide a cost-effective solution for monitoring status on unit vents, exhaust fans, recirculation pumps, and other fixed loads where belt loss is not a concern.

$45.60 USD

was $60.00

2 to 3 Weeks


Veris H300 Current Switch Mico Split-Core Fixed N.O Offers

Hawkeye 300 go/no go current switches provide a cost-effective solution for monitoring status on unit vents, exhaust fans, recirculation pumps, and other fixed loads where belt loss is not a concern. Veris has applied new technology to the H300 to achieve impressive improvement in turn-on levels, with the lowest turn-on current in the industry at a mere 150mA!

Features

  • More reliable for status than relays across auxiliary contacts
  • Ideal for direct-drive units, unit vents, fan coil units, exhaust fans, and other fixed loads
  • Great for lighting status–less expensive than 277V relays
  • Low 0.15A turn-on...ideal for small exhaust fans (not intended to detect belt loss)
  • Removable mounting bracket provides installation flexibility
  • Monitor status of fans, pumps, motors & other electrical loads
  • Split-core for fast retrofit installation
  • Micro housing for tight enclosures...saves valuable panel space
  • 100% solid-state, no moving parts to fail
  • Polarity insensitive output
  • 5-year limited warranty

Applications

Ideal for the following applications: Monitoring on/off status of electrical loads, Monitoring direct-drive units, exhaust fans, and other fixed loads, Verifying lighting run times

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