PUSHBUTTON PENDANT SWITCH
Brand new. Handheld two button momentary pendant switch. Normally open contacts rated 5 Amps at 250 volt AC. Weatherproof plastic housing. For power-up, gravity down powerpacks. Ideal for remote control of winches, hoists, hydraulic power units, etc.
I want to order this but, can you tell me what brand it is and how many wires does it have?
A: The current stock is marked Dalton PSN-020M. There are three wires.
Date Submitted: 09/17/2018
Would this work with 9-6136 solenoid to control it for a grapple cylinder on a tractor? If so would I need anything else to wire in this switch?
A: It would function, but the contacts aren't rated for the 3.5 A 12 VDC current the coils will take. They are rated for 5 A 250 VAC. DC power will degrade the contacts faster than if used with the proper current/voltage, but will still have a relatively acceptable service life.
Date Submitted: 08/15/2017
does this have a 4 terninal plug on it
A: It does not. It has three separate wires, each with a ring terminal.
Date Submitted: 05/08/2017
What are the overall dimensions of the plastic housing.
A: As oriented buttons up, cord to the right- 6" wide, 2-1/8" tall, 2-5/8" deep.
Date Submitted: 03/17/2017
Will this work on a dump trailer w/12 volt system & is it waterproof ?
A: Yes, these have worked on 12 VDC dump trailer power units before, and while the case is water and dust resistant, it is not waterproof. It has survived out in the weather for a number of customers, but I would not submerge it.
Date Submitted: 07/18/2016
What switch will work best to operate a traveler 4500 winch in line with your 150 amp reversing solenoid switch item # 11-3149
A: This switch would be ideal for giving you a handheld remote pendant to operate the 11-3149.
Date Submitted: 11/09/2015
Will the item 22-1101 Work with Item 9-7990 To control a DA cylinder? Thank you, Mark
A: Yes these two items could be used together
Date Submitted: 05/19/2015
Hi, I am looking for an up/down momentary remote hand held switch to control a 12 volt DC powered windlass on my boat . THe windlass is controlled by foot switches at present which will remain in place. I need to control the windlass (powered) both up and down.I imagine this switch will control solenoids which the foot switches control now. Which on of your switches will do this job? thanks, Ray
A: The 11-2201 will work just fine for you. It has a common input and then connects to each of the outputs individually as the buttons are pressed.