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What Is the Qualified Life Information for Namco Nuclear Products?

Posted by Ed Kenny

Dec 17, 2015 11:00:00 AM

What’s the qualified life of my product?

Ready access to all of the qualified life information is provided as part of the applicable Namco Qualification Test Report (QTR). These requirements are reflected in the Section entitled Qualified Life.

 

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Topics: Limit Switch, Nuclear Qualified, Proximity Switches

Selecting the Correct Operating Lever for your Application

Posted by Doug Coe

Jun 9, 2014 4:28:00 PM

Operating levers are the last item people consider when they select a limit switch. However, they are integral to any installation and necessary for proper operation of your limit switch. This article focuses on what to consider when selecting your operating lever.

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Topics: Limit Switch, SNAP-LOCK, Operating Lever

Namco Limit Switch Installation Instructions | Danaher Specialty Products Blog

Posted by Doug Coe

May 19, 2014 2:00:00 PM

Many customers ask us where they can find the installation, maintenance and surveillance instructions for our nuclear qualified products. Ready access to all of the maintenance requirements is provided as part of the applicable Namco Qualification Test Report (QTR) for NAMCO SNAP-LOCK® nuclear limit switches. These requirements are reflected in the document entitled Maintenance / Surveillance Instructions. The commercial NAMCO SNAP-LOCK® limit switches are shipped with installation and maintenance instructions.

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Topics: Limit Switch

Selection of Electro-mechanical Limit Switches

Posted by Phillip Warwick

Apr 3, 2014 2:26:21 PM

Limit switches are used to convert a mechanical motion into an electrical control signal. The mechanical motion is usually in the form of a comma machine component, or an object moving toward a predetermined position. The cam engages the limit switch lever or plunger and this in turn makes or breaks an electrical contact inside the switch. This electrical control signal is then used to limit position or reverse the machine travel, or to initiate another operating sequence. It can also be used for counting, sorting or as a safety device. 

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Topics: NAMCO, Power Generation, Limit Switch, Utilities, SNAP-LOCK

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