Hercules Interlock for Customer Provided Gate or Door

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A combination of performance and safety, the AmeriGlide Door Interlock Switch is a electromechanical device made to provide the peace of mind when operating accessibility equipment by securing the landing or elevator door in place, preventing it from being opened in potentially unsafe conditions.
It's industry-leading design is reversible and adapts to various applications including swing or sliding doors, dumbwaiters, material lifts, lifts for mobility impaired and private residence swing-door elevators.

Performance Specifications
  • Service Life: 10 years
  • Operating Temperature: -40°F TO 100.4°F- (40°C to 38°C)
  • Storage Temperature: -40°F TO 140°F (-40°C to 60°C)
  • Electrical Rating: 1.5A MAX., 27VDC MAX
  • Electrical Contacts: Long life (1,500,000 endurance cycles), Silver (Ag/AgSn02), Positive Openings, Snap-action., Self-cleaning.
Features
  • ASME A17.1, ASME A18.1, CSA B44, and CSA B355 compliant
  • Two separate mechanical actions to indicate door closure
  • No maintenance
  • Metal key engagement
  • Door closure retention cam to hold door with minimal key-to-interlock play
  • Exceeds commercial pull force standard of 675 pounds
  • Runway and landing key override for easy actuation without user hazard and code compliance
  • Plug-in wire terminal available
  • 24VDC applications - Continous 100% duty cycle rated solenoid, 10W power consumption
  • 2.00 in W x 8.50 in H x 1.75 in D
Product Specifications
For ElevatorsYes
For Vertical Platform LiftsYes
Brief DescriptionReversible Door Interlock Switch

Options Available for the Hercules Interlock for Customer Provided Gate or Door

  • Initial Interlock
    • Left Hand   $0.00

      Left Hand
    • Right Hand   $0.00

      Right Hand
  • Additional Interlocks
    • Left Hand   $261.00

      Hercules Interlock for Customer Provided Gate or Door
    • Right Hand   $261.00

      Hercules Interlock for Customer Provided Gate or Door
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