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PSL-WS electronic component of Panduit

Switch Bezels / Switch Caps TOGGLE SWTCH LOCKOUT

Manufacturer: Panduit
This product is classified as Large/Heavy, additional shipping charges may apply. A customer service representative may contact you after ordering to confirm exact shipping charges

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5: USD 20.4619 ea
Line Total: USD 102.3095

40 - Global Stock
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Thu. 28 Sep to Wed. 04 Oct
MOQ: 5  Multiples: 1
Pack Size: 1
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40 - Global Stock

Ships to you between Thu. 28 Sep to Wed. 04 Oct

MOQ : 5
Multiples : 1

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5 : USD 20.4619
10 : USD 19.4381
20 : USD 18.4669
40 : USD 17.5481

40 - Global Stock

Ships to you between Thu. 28 Sep to Wed. 04 Oct

MOQ : 5
Multiples : 5

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5 : USD 24.4543
10 : USD 23.7136
25 : USD 23.0899
50 : USD 22.6282

Product Category
Switch Bezels / Switch Caps
For Use With
Pushbutton Switches
Product Type
Switch Bezels / Switch Caps
Factory Pack Quantity :
Switch Accessories
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Intro Lockout / Tagout 1 800.777.3300 Just shutting down or disconnecting equipment is not enoughLockout/ Tagout keeps employees safe by making it inoperable. Comply with OSHA Regulations and LOCK IT OUT Before repairs, servicing, maintenance, or set-up of machines and equipment can begin, prevent the unexpected the accidental start-up Procedures, devices, and personnel must be set in place to prevent the serious injury or death that could occur when someone thinks something is safely off. To ensure machines and equipment remain inoperable means establishing a program consisting of energy control procedures, employee training, and periodic inspections... as described in the OSHA standard. The standard also identifies products used for achieving these goals, such as lockout and tagout devices. Highlighted here are seven steps to creating an effective lockout/tagout program. 1. Be Aware of the L ockout Regulations 5. Set up L ockout Training & Procedure Program Become familiar with the federal regulations known as The Control of Develop, standardize, and document the lockout process for each energy source. Hazardous Energy (Lockout/Tagout). Identify employees level of involvement in the program those that are made aware, affected, and to perform the lockout procedures. Accomplish this through comprehensive training programs and certifications. 2. Develop List of Machiner y & Equipment 6. Implement the Lockout Program Survey your facility for all machinery and equipment that have the potential Initiate and enact the lockout/tagout program in accordance with the training for requiring lockout. procedures. Post reminders and have the necessary lockout/tagout devices readily available. 3. Identify & Mark Energy Sources & Lockout 7. Review Lockout Program Points Identify and document changes to existing procedures and new energy sources Locate and document start-up areas of energy sources, such as: that require lockout. Make corrections, changes, and additions to the program. Mechanical Electrical Hydraulic Conduct periodic review of lockout procedures (required at least annually) to Ther mal P ressure P rocess Control ensure they are up to date and requirements are being met. Stored Energy (gravity, springs) 4. Determine the Lockout Controls Post signs, apply labels and tags to warn and identify energy source Identify and document the necessary devices that isolate and lock out areas and points requiring shut-down and lockout/tagout procedures. energy sources, and secure them for on-site use. Standardize the devices for various functions for proper identification. 29 CFR 1910.147 The Control of Hazardous Energy (Lockout/Tagout) ...requires the employers to establish a program and utilize procedures for affixing appropriate lockout devices or tagout devices to energy isolating devices, and to otherwise disable machines or equipment to prevent unexpected energization, start-up or release of stored energy in order to prevent injury to employees. We offer solutions to help meet your lockout/tagout requirements and make your employees aware of the energy source hazards found throughout your facility. Look for products to meet your specific lockout needs on the following pages - ranging from lockout devices to training materials. Call us for consultation and on-site assessment of your lockout/tagout requirements.2 Lockout / Tagout Hasp Lockout Hasps These devices provide the ideal solution when procedures require multiple workers on locked-out equipment. Workers can be assigned a padlock (sold separately) with shackle diameter up to 9/32 to attach to the hasp before starting their task. Ensure the energy source stays locked out with multiple workers padlocks in the holes of the closed hasp. Once each worker completes their task, they remove their padlock. The hasp cannot be removed until the last padlock is removed. Aluminum Tag Hasps Tag Hasp Lock out more equipment with the large reach Change out, insert, and secure a tag for each Shown with hasp made to withstand tough and abusive lockout situation with the Tag Hasp. Padlocks, Tab Tag, sold environments. 5 1/4 x 3 hasp fits in the palm of the hand separately Lightweight, all-dielectric plastic design Scissor-style hasp comprised of two high-strength STOP-shaped octagon front panel contains 0.090 thick red anodized aluminum plates changeable Tab Tag (sold separately below) Accommodates up to six padlocks (sold separately) Crossover jaw ends prevent prying and tampering Easy to use: Get true 1 1/2 round reach with the full jaw opening Insert lockout tag over the top hole inside Measures 7 H x 2 3/4 W the front panel Bold, contrasting red/white/black lockout hazard Close down the 2 1/4 octagon panel message labels on both sides with space to write in to hold the tag in place necessary information Insert the open end of the 1/4 wide loop Red octagon shape reinforces lockout status and to lockout the device conveys STOP Hasp hangs by the 1 3/8 x 2 3/4 closed oval loop Secures with up to three padlocks (sold separately) Crossover jaw prevents prying Red octagon shape reinforces lockout status and and tampering. conveys STOP Part No. UOM English, Spanish, PSL-1020 Each and French labels included. UOM Each Back PSL-1021 PSL-1022 Open position to insert tag Loop end brace and secure in place by padlock Tab Tags Double-Cross Aluminum Tag Hasps Unique tag design fits over special octagon-shaped tab Lock out equipment with large reach, For use with Tag Hasp (above) pry-resistant hasps. Tag is secured when the device Made of two red anodized, 0.090 aluminum plates is in the locked position Double-crossed, octagon-shaped jaws are offset to Show the full face of the tag at cross over one another when closed, preventing the all times hasp from being easily pried apart Tags measure 4 1/2 x 2 1/8 PSL-1018 PSL-1019 Back Openings provide optimal reach - 1 3/4 dia. on one Durable, 0.015 rigid end and 3/4 dia. on the other plastic material Std. Qty. Pkg. Measures 7 H x 3 1/8 W (2 3/4 in the body) with Pack of 25 25 hazard message labels on both sides Red octagon shape reinforces lockout status and conveys STOP Aluminum Hasps Non-Sparking style Padlock keeps hasp closed until the last padlock is removed English, Spanish, Red vinyl-coating and French labels Non-sparking aluminum included. Comes in 1 and 1 1/2 diameter openings Accommodates up to six padlocks UOM (sold separately) Each Part No. Opening Length UOM PSL-1013 1 4 1/2 Each Back PSL-1023 PSL-1024 PSL-1014 1 1/2 5 Each

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8536.50.99 9900975 SWITCHES being ANY of the following
a toggle 240VAC current capacity NOT exceeding 3A
b toggle 28VDC current capacity NOT exceeding 3A
c toggle 125VAC current capacity NOT exceeding 6A
d toggle 250VAC current capacity NOT exceeding 6A
e toggle 12VDC current capacity NOT exceeding 16A
f push button max 250VAC current capacity NOT exceeding 1A
g rocker 12VDC current capacity NOT exceeding 30A
h rocker 250VAC current capacity NOT exceeding 10A
i rocker max 250VAC current capacity NOT exceeding 6A
j numeric keypad
k 4-way 100VAC 0.5A OR 25V DC1A
l push button 100VAC 0.5A OR 25VDC 1A
m micro OR mini-micro max 250VAC current capacity NOT exceeding 10A
n knife 50VDC
o mercury 24VDC current capacity NOT exceeding 2A

8536.50.99 9804137 SWITCHES PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD surface-mount OR through-hole having BOTH of the following
a current rating NOT exceeding 100mA
b voltage rating NOT exceeding 50VAC OR DC

8536.50.99 17109836 SWITCHES PUSH BUTTON panel mount

8536.50.99 9304006 SWITCHES push button illuminated being ANY of
a square
b rectangular
c circular

8536.50.99 1798512 SWITCHES ELECTRICAL having ALL of the following
a length NOT greater than 3cm
b width NOT greater than 2cm
c maximum electric current capacity greater than 11A

8536.50.99 1108450 SWITCHES LIMIT hunting tooth rotating shaft

8536.50.99 17119033 SWITCHES ROCKER panel mounting


8536.50.99 1799019 SWITCHES SLIDE being ANY a power switches
i voltage selector
ii two position

8536.50.99 1779783 SWITCHES foot operated having a voltage of NOT less than 230VAC

8536.5 8438589 SWITCHES hall effect magnetically operated

8536.50.99 1812211 SWITCHES PUSHBUTTON mushroom OR dome shaped

8471.60.00 91 Joystick Free

8531.80.00 Electric sound or visual signalling apparatus eg bells, sirens, indicator panels, burglar or fire alarms Other apparatus Free

8541.40.00 54 LED displays Free
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