Electromechanical

IDH MAX® – INTRODUCTION

The IDH MAX® from Stanley Security Solutions offers convenience and efficiency for your electrified lock applications. Instead of installing reader devices, installing electrified strikes, installing door contacts and installing request-to-exit devices, you can now install the IDH MAX® in cylindrical or mortise lock applications. With IDH MAX® all of the formerly separate equipment needed to control access are self-contained in a single installation. The complexity of multiple wire runs is drastically reduced.

You can let Stanley Security Solutions show you how to MAXimize your access control system with the IDH MAX®!

IDH MAX® and W series locks (with the exception of the IDH Max® 1300) are compatible with Stanley’s NT500 and B.A.S.I.S. Acess Control Systems.

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IDH MAX® – FEATURES

IDH Max® Features

  • Includes latch and door position indicator, RQE switch.
  • The 1300 option eliminates the need for a RIM (reader interface module) which is embedded behind the escutcheon
  • Requires only one 4 conductor wire run
  • Reduces number of components installed and visible at the door (PIR, RQE push buttons and door contacts)
  • Installation time is reduced
  • The RQE switch senses the inside lever/knob rotation.
  • All of the door components are housed in one manufacturer's hardware
  • With the elimination of components, only the lockset is visible at the door
  • The reader is integrated into the lockset escutcheon
  • Available in magnetic stripe and proximity readers
  • Available in all popular lever/knob styles and finishes
  • Operates with BEST interchangeable core as a mechanical override
  • Integrates with many manufacturer's on-line EAC equipment

 

Mortise Features

  • Lock case meets the requirements as listed in the ANSI/ BHMA A156.13 standard for Series 1000, Grade 1 Operational and Grade 2 Security locks
  • UL listed for GYQS Electrically controlled single point locks or latches for use on 3 hr, A label doors (4' x 10' ). The listing applies for bother U.S. and Canadian applications
  • Door contact, request-to-exit, and latch status sensors positioned inside lock case
  • The 1300 option eliminates the need for a RIM (reader interface module) which is embedded behind the escutcheon
  • The door contact magnet is installed behind the strike and out of site (except when deadbolt option is ordered)
  • All sensors are all standard in IDH Max mortise locks
  • The heavy duty design of the mortise lock makes easy field maintenance and reduces risk of part failure
  • Twist off lever spindle design protect internal lock parts from damage and failure.
  • Oil impregnated stainless steel 3/4" anti-friction latchbolt reduces door closing force and wear.

 

Cylindrical Features

  • Non-handed levers allow for ease of installation
  • Lock chassis meets the requirements as listed in the ANSI/ BHMA A156.2, standard for Series 4000 Grade 1 locks
  • UL listed for GYQS Electrically controlled single point licks or latches for use on 3 hr, A label single doors (4' x 10') GYJB. The listing applies for both U.S. and Canadian applications
  • Request-to-exit sensor positioned inside lock trim
  • The ISC (Intelligent System Controller) is embedded behind the escutcheon secured and out of site
  • Request-to-exit and door contact sensors are standard in IDH MAX cylindrical locks

 

Magnetic Stripe Electronic Lock Features

  • Durable material has teflon-like characteristics for increased life and wear resistance
  • Variable read rate allows for easy usage

 

Proximity Card Reader Features

  • HID and Motorola/Indala proximity cards supported
  • UL listed for GYQS Electrically controlled single point locks or latches.
  • Usable in all environmental/exterior applications.

 

1300 Option Features

  • Eliminates need for small panel interface module
  • Eliminates reader interface board
  • Incorporates 3 modules into a single electronics board inside IDH Max escutcheon trim
  • Connects directly to ACP via 2 wire RS485 connection

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IDH MAX® & IDH MAX® 1300 COMPARISON CHART

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HM, KM, HW & KW – OPTIONS

AL– Besides complying with a wide variety of accessibility codes and ordinances, lever handles are available with a special abrasive feature. Abrasive strip on the lever immediately identifies warnings on doors to hazardous areas for the blind.

BRK– When excessive force (approx. 300 inch lbs.) is applied to #4, #6 keyed knobs, they “breakaway” and spin freely, thus allowing entrance only by key. Simple part replacement returns lock to functional usage.

IDH– The integrated Door Hardware groups three components into one hardware package. 1. Door monitoring switch (normally closed) 2. Request-to-Exit switch (normally open) 3. Electrically controlled locking mechanism.

KNL– Knurl feature is available only on #6 knobs. The knurling is machined into the outer edge of the knob. The knurled feature can be used for blind, safety, or accessibility applications.

LL– Lead lined feature can be used to protect against X-rays. Since the majority of lead lined doors contain the lead in the surface of the door, the knob lockset provide lead lining for the holes cut in the door when preparing the door for the trim.

LM– The Lost Motion feature allows the lever handle to move 45 degrees from parallel to the horizontal plane without engaging the latchbolt assembly. When the lockset is in the locked mode, this feature makes over-torque or over-lever-age abuse more difficult to achieve.

SH– Security head provided for all exposed screws.

RQE– Cylindrical or Mortise locksets can be supplied with a request-to-exit switch. A normally open switch provides momentary switch closure when the inside lever/knob is rotated.

TAC– Grooves are machined into knobs to improve grip or to be used as a warning in hazardous areas. This option can be used for blind, safety or accessibility applications.

Thick door– Specify thickness if other than 1 3⁄4" .

TL– Tactile levers may be used in areas where improved grip is required or as a warning in hazardous or Safety First areas. Grooves are machined into the back of the hand grasp portion of the lever to improve grip and/or provide a sensory warning. This option can be used for blind, safety, or accessibility applications.

1300– Integrated BAS1300/LNL1300 reader electronics board or (ISC) Intelligent System Controller is embedded behind the escutcheon secured and out of site. Functions with B.A.S.I.S./Mercury on-line equipment only.

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40HM IDH MAX® – SPECIFICATIONS

MECHANICAL

Case— Heavy wrought steel, 5 7⁄8" H x 4 1⁄4" D x 1" W steel parts are zinc dichromate plated for corrosion protection.

Faceplate— Brass or bronze, 1 1⁄4" x 8" x 7⁄32" . Armored. Adjustable from flat to beveled 1⁄8" - 2" .

Strike— Brass, bronze or Stainless Steel, 4 7⁄8" x 1 1⁄4" x 3⁄32". Fits standard door frame cut out as specified in ANSI A115.1.Correct strike automatically supplied with unit. Strike box supplied standard.

Door thickness— For doors 1 3⁄4" – 4" thick.

Installation— Lock requires modified door prep to mount the trim. Faceplate dimensions fit standard door preparation as specified in ANSI A115.1,. Lockset is reversible for hand of door.

Latchbolt— Stainless steel, 3⁄4" throw with anti-friction latch.

Deadbolt— Solid stainless steel, 1" throw.

Auxiliary bolt— Stainless steel.

Die cast trim housing—Dimensions: 10 3⁄8" H x 3 1⁄4" W x 1" D sloping down to 3⁄4".

Knobs— Diameter: 2 1⁄8" Projection on door: 2 7⁄8" #4, #6 knobs: Material machined from brass or bronze.

Lever handle— Brass, bronze or stainless steel. (Lever #3, #14 and #15 conform to California Titles 19 and 24.)

Mounting— Knob and lever attached with hardened set screw on inside knob or inside lever.

Finish— 605-bright brass, clear coated; 606-satin brass, clear coated; 611-bright bronze, clear coated; 612-satin bronze, clear coated; 613-oxidized satin bronze, oil rubbed; 625-bright chromium plated; 626-satin chromium plated; 629-bright stainless steel; 630-satin stainless steel; 690-dark bronze.

 

ELECTRONIC

Maximum current draw: 1.1 Amp for 50 milliseconds

Typical current draw (hold condition): 650 milliAmps

Voltage: 10.2 to 13.2 V (DC only)

Operating Temperature: Minimum/Maximum range Inside: 70°± 4°F (21°± 2°C) Outside: -31°F (-35°C) to +151°F (+66°C)

 

Magnetic Stripe Card Reader:

Read Rate: 5 inches per second to 50 inches per second.

Card thickness: ISO standard .030" ± .003 thick. Compliance to FCC, Canadian, and European EMC requirements; for interference FCC Class A digital apparatus.

Magnetic Stripe adaptation: Trim option that can accept other manufacturers cylinder.

 

Proximity Reader:

ANSI/BHMA A156.25 compliant. Compatible with Motorola / Indala and HID proximity cards. ABA and Wiegand output. Weatherproof bezel and gasket provide protection for outdoor use. (Usable in all environmental/exterior applications)

Card Read Range: 0 – 3 inches. Compliance to US FCC, Canadian FCC, and European EMC requirements

ESD Protection: 15 Kilo Volt

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40HM IDH MAX® – HOW TO ORDER

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40HM IDH MAX® – FUNCTIONS

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9KM IDH MAX® – SPECIFICATIONS

MECHANICAL

Materials— Internal parts are brass, zinc or corrosion-treated steel.

Chassis— 2 1⁄16" diameter to fit 2 1⁄8" diameter hole in door.

Strike— Brass or bronze, 4 7⁄8" x 1 1⁄4" x 3⁄32". Fits standard door frame cut out as specified in ANSI A115.1. Correct strike automatically supplied with unit. Strike box supplied standard.

Backset— 2 3⁄4" standard, 3 3⁄4" and 5" available.

Door thickness— For doors 1 3⁄4" – 2 1⁄4"

Installation— Lock dimensions requires modified door prep ANSI A156.2 Series 4000, Grade 1 to mount housing. Latchbolt— 9⁄16" throw.

Die cast trim housing— Dimensions: 10 3⁄8" H x 3 1⁄4" W x 1" D sloping down to 3⁄4".

Knobs— Diameter: 2 1⁄8" Projection on door: 2 7⁄8" #4, #6 knobs: Material machined from brass or bronze.

Lever handle— Made from high-quality zinc alloy. Body is approximately 1 5⁄8" in diameter: Handle is approximately 4 3⁄4" in length (from center-line of chassis). (Lever #14,15 conform to California Titles 19 and 24.)

Finish— 605-bright brass, clear coated; 606-satin brass, clear coated; 611-bright bronze, clear coated; 612-satin bronze, clear coated; 613-oxidized satin bronze, oil rubbed 625-bright chromium plated; 626-satin chromium plated; 690-dark bronze.

 

ELECTRONIC

Maximum current draw: 850 MilliAmps, for 50 milliseconds

Typical current draw (hold condition): 550 milliAmps

Voltage: 10.2 to 13.2 V

Operating Temperature: Minimum/Maximum range Inside: 70°± 4°F (21°± 2°C) Outside: -31°F (-35°C) to +151°F (+66°C)

 

Magnetic Stripe Card Reader:

Read Rate: 5 inches per second to 50 inches per second.

Card thickness: ISO standard .030" ±.003 thick. Compliance to FCC, Canadian, and European EMC requirements; for interference FCC Class A digital apparatus.

Magnetic Stripe adaptation: Trim option that can accept other manufacturers cylinder.

 

Proximity Reader:

ANSI/BHMA A156.25 compliant, Compatible with Motorola / Indala and HID proximity cards, ABA and Wiegand output Weatherproof bezel and gasket provide protection for outdoor use. (Usable in all environmental/exterior applications).

Card Read Range: 0 – 3 inches. Compliance to US FCC, Canadian FCC, and European EMC requirements

ESD Protection: 15 Kilo Volt

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9KM/8KM IDH MAX® – HOW TO ORDER

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9KM IDHMAX® – FUNCTIONS

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40HW ELECTRIFIED – SPECIFICATIONS

 

The 40HW electromechanical locks provide a way to lock or unlock a door from a remote location for safety, convenience, or security. The 8KW/9KW cylindrical and 40HW mortise locks in fail-safe or fail-secure operation. These locksets can be controlled by an individual switch, switch lock, relay, access control or other automatic control system. As expected, the 8KW/9KW and 40HW electromechanical locks exhibit the same features and meet the same specifications as our standard 8K/9K cylindrical and 40H mortise locksets.

 

Types:

  • 12 volts AC or DC — 1.10 amps
  • 24 volts AC or DC — 0.75 amps
  • All EU functions: Electrically Unlocked (Fail Secure)
  • All EL functions: Electrically Locked (Fail Safe)

 

 

Approval Listings:

  • UL listed for GYQS Electrically-controlled singlepoint locks or latches.
  • This product has been approved by the California State Fire Marshal (CSFM) pursuant to section 13144.1 of the California Health and Safety Code.
  • Approved by the city of New York Board of Standards and Appeals under calendar number 49-88-SA. See CSFM listing No. 4136-1175:101 for allowable values and/or conditions fo use concerning material presented in this document. It is subject to re-examination,revisions and possible cancellation.

NOTE: A Temperature Control Module (TCM) may be needed when a lockset is energized for long periods of time. The TCM must be ordered separately for "EU" functions, but is automatically included with 45HW "EL" functions.

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40HW ELECTRIFIED – HOW TO ORDER

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40HW ELECTRIFIED – FUNCTIONS

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8KW & 9KW ELECTRIFIED LOCKS – SPECIFICATIONS

Types:

  • 24 volts DC only — 0.18 amps intermittent or continuous duty.
  • EU: Electrically Unlocked (Fail Secure)
  • EL: Electrically Locked (Fail Safe)

 

Approval Listings:

  • UL listed for GYQS Electrically-controlled singlepoint locks or latches.
  • This product has been approved by the California State Fire Marshal (CSFM) pursuant to section13144.1 of the California Health and Safety Code.
  • Approved by the city of New York Board of Standards and Appeals under calendar number 730-89-SA. See CSFM listing No. 4136-1175:103. It is subject to re-examination, revision and possible cancellation.

† NOTE: 8KW/9KW Electromechanical locksets are intended for use on 1 3/4" minimum thick doors. Consult your local Stanley office when installing 8KW/9KW electromechanical locksets on doors less than 1 3/4" thick.

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8KW & 9KW ELECTRIFIED LOCKS – HOW TO ORDER

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8KW & 9KW ELECTRIFIED LOCKS – FUNCTIONS

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KNOB TRIM VARIATIONS

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LEVER TRIM VARIATIONS

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MORTISE ROSE TRIM

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CYLINDRICAL ROSE TRIM

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ESCUTCHEON TRIM VARIATIONS

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ELECTRIFIED ACCESSORIES

8W599

Features

  • Offers exceptionally high power for its compact size
  • UL listed
  • Thermally fused
  • Convenient 4 point mounting provision allows rapid installation in a standard 1/2" knockout
  • Foot-mounts for surface installation
  • Pre-stripped pigtails provided for quick primary connection
  • Secondary connection by screw terminals
  • Sturdy nylon bobbin construction
  • Cadmium plated finish

 

Specifications

Primary voltage: 120 VAC (Wire Leads)

Secondary voltage: 24 VAC (Screw Terminals)

Secondary VA: 40 volts-amperes

Dimensions: 2 1/4" x 2 1/8" x 2 15/16"

To order specify: 8W599

 

Function/Application

Transforms 120 volts AC to 24 volts AC. (To get 24 volts DC, use with 8WCON, AC to DC converter.) Typically used as a power supply for electrically-operated locks.

 

 

8WCON

Features

  • 400 Ampere surge capability
  • Electrically isolated base
  • UL recognized
  • Single-phase, full wave bridge

 

Specifications

Average forward current: 25 amps

Case: Plastic case with an electrically isolated aluminum base

Polarity: Terminal designation embossed on case: +DC output, -DC output, AC not marked

Mounting position: Bolt down. Gain the highest heat transfer efficiency through the surface opposite the terminals. Use silicone heat sink compound on mounting surface for maximum heat transfer.

Terminals: Suitable for “fast-on” connections. Readily solderable and corrosion resistant. Soldering is recommended for applications greater than15 amperes.

Mounting torque: 20 inch-pounds maximum

Case size: 1.030 x 1.030 inches

Temperature range: -85° to 347°F (-65° to + 175°C)

To order specify: 8WCON

 

Function/Application

Converts AC (alternating current) to DC (direct current) for locking circuit applications. (Typically used with 8W599 transformer.)

 

 

8WBU-1-A / 8WBU-1-N

Features

  • Positive “snap” feedback
  • Industrial-grade switch designed for rugged control applications
  • Factory assembled with trimplate
  • Standard or narrow plate available
  • 1 3/16" dia. mushroom head—red in color

 

Specifications

Electrical rating: 28VDC or 115 VAC, 10A resistive, 5A inductive, 3A lamp load (see terminology on the back cover)

Switch type: SPST-NO-DB, FORM-X contacts, 25,000 cycles at full load, 50,000 cycles mechanical life

Mounting hole: 5/8" (.625) dia.

Switch dim.: 1.187 dia.x 1.528 overall length

Std. wall plate: 2 3/4" x 4 1/2"

Narrow wall plate: 1 1/2" x 4 1/2"

Material/finish: Satin stainless steel

Wire leads: Two 6" long 20 AWG insulated wire leads

To order specify: 8WBU-1-A standard plate 8WBU-1-N narrow plate

 

Function/Application

Normally open push-button switch provides momentary switch closure when pressed. Typically used to momentarily energize electrified locks or strikes or used as a request-toexit switch on access control systems.

 

 

8WTCM

Features

  • All circuitry completely sealed
  • Wire leads for easy installation
  • Through hole mounting
  • Usable on other manufacturer’s 12 & 24 VDC locksets

 

Specifications

Wire leads: 18 AWG stranded vinyl insulated wire approx. 6" in length

Voltage input: 24 volts AC/DC

Voltage output: 12 volts DC; 24 volts DC minimum at one (1) amp max. load for approx. one (1) second, then 15 to 17 VDC regulated output until input voltage is interrupted.

Output protection: Short circuit current limiting set at one (1) amp; output reverse hookup protection for internal circuitry only.

Operating temp: -4 to 158°F (-20 to 70°C)

Size: 2" x 2 1/8" x 1 3/8"

To order specify: 8WTCM

 

Function/Application

A temperature control module (TCM) reduces the amount of current flow to a lockset one second after energizing, thereby lowering the temperature of the lockset trim. A TCM may be needed on an electrified mortise or electrified cylindrical lockset if energized for long periods of time. The TCM is not used with any IDH-Max function. The TCM Must Be ordered separately for DEL, WEU, NXEU functions, but is automatically included with 44H–47H DEL\, WEL, NXEL functions.

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TERMINOLOGY

Closed–A state in which a connection exists between the common terminal and another terminal on the switch. See also Open.

Common terminal–A terminal on a switch whose contact can be connected to one or more terminals on the switch.

Door monitor switch–A switch that monitors whether the door is open or closed. This switch is used to detect a forced entry, or a door that is propped open.

Inductive load–An electrical device such as a motor, relay, or solenoid. Note: this type of load can cause arcing across switch contacts and may burn the contacts. See also Resistive load and Lamp load.

Lamp load –An electrical device that produces light using a tungsten filament, such as an incandescent light bulb. Note: this type of load can cause surges of current upon contact closure. This may cause the contacts to weld together. See also Inductive load and Resistive load.

Maintained–Remaining in a given state until the switch lever or button is actuated. Actuating the switch lever or button causes the switch to change to another maintained state.

Momentary–Remaining in a given state only as long as an external force is applied to the switch lever or button.

NC–(Normally Closed) Switch contacts that are closed as long as no external force is applied to the switch lever or button

NO–(Normally Open) Switch contacts that are open as long as no external force is applied to the switch lever or button.

Open–A state in which no connection exists between the common terminal or any other terminal on the switch.

Pole–The number of independent circuits in a switch. For example, a double-pole, single-throw switch can control two separately powered motors. See also Throw.

Resistive load–An electrical device, such as a heater, having none of the characteristics of an inductive or lamp load. This type of load is the least severe on the switch because only a small amount of arcing occurs when the switch contacts open and close. See also Inductive load and Lamp load.

RQE–Request-to-exit. A switch that allows the user to exit without setting off an alarm. The 34–37H mortise lock can be supplied with an internal request-to-exit switch. Turning the inside knob or lever actuates the switch and, when wired to an alarm system, sends a signal to disable or sound an alarm, start a timer, etc.

Throw–The number of circuits, or contacts controlled by each pole. For example, a single-pole, double-throw switch can control a motor with two contacts—a forward contact, and a reverse contact. See also Pole.

1300– Integrated BAS1300/LNL1300 reader electronics board or (ISC) Intelligent System Controller is embedded behind the escutcheon secured and out of site. Functions with B.A.S.I.S./Mercury on-line equipment only.

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ELECTRIC SWITCH LOCK – INTRODUCTION

Stanley Security Solutions offers a line of electric switch locks available in various “on-off” and “momentary” keyed switch functions. Circuitry variations are available in single, double and triple pole with varied voltage and amperage ratings. Units may be keyed into any BEST system. The BEST interchangeable core offers versatility and adaptability for new and existing electrical controls, panels, machines, etc.

 

Features

  • Double D lock cylinder prevents slipping and turning
  • Screw terminals on all switch locks (except the 1W7A1) provides ease of installation
  • All switches are UL recognized or listed

Note on functionality: Switch lock keys can only be removed in the 12 o’clock position.

 

How to select a switch lock

1. Determine the electrical requirements for the device being controlled:

A. Voltage (for example: 115 VAC or 24 VDC)

B. Current or horsepower (for example: 6 amps or 1/2 horsepower)

C. Type of load

  • Resistive (for example, heater elements)
  • Inductive (for example, motors, large transformers)
  • Lamp (for example, incandescent lights)

 

2. Determine the switch configuration (poles and throws) and key removal condition:

A. Poles To determine the number of poles, find how many wires from the power source need to be switched on and off by the switch lock.

B. Throws To determine the number of throws, find how many wires to the device the switch needs to control. For example, if a switch needs two different “on” conditions (low and high speed), two throws are needed. Or if the device is simply an “on-off” type (only one wire), you need one throw.

Note: A switch throw may be left unwired and used as an “off” condition.

C. Key removal To determine the key removal condition, ask the question, “When the key is removed, should the switch be “off”, or could the switch be either “on” or “off” ?” Although the key can only be removed in the 12 o’clock position, the switch itself may be left in two or three positions. Check each switch lock for key removal switch positions.

 

3. Use the information collected and find the switch lock that best meets the requirements. Refer to the following catalog pages for a description of each switch lock. If environmental conditions make it necessary that the switch lock be housed in an electrical box, see the Optional boxes (above) for the box that best suits the switch lock and your application.

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OPTIONAL BOXES

 

 

HOW TO ORDER – 1W ELECTRIC SWITCH LOCK

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1W ELECTRIC SWITCH LOCKS

1W7A1

Contacts: Silver or gold flash

Contact rating:

  • 28 VDC, 10 amps resistive
  • 28 VDC, 3 amps inductive, lamp
  • 125 VAC, 10.1 amps resistive
  • 250 VAC, 10.1 amps resistive

Horsepower rating: 125 VAC, 1/4 HP

Operating temperature: -85°F to +257°F (-65° to +125°C)

Switch type: SPDT (Single pole-double throw)

Switch lock action: Maintained (on-on)

Number of switches per assembly: One

 

 

1W7B1 & 1W7J1

Contact rating:

  • 30 VDC, 15 amps, resistive
  • 125 VDC, 0.6 amps, resistive
  • 250 VDC, 0.3 amps, resistive
  • 125 VAC, 15 amps, resistive 25 VAC, 5 amps, lamp
  • 250 VAC, 15 amps, resistive

Horsepower rating: 125–250 VAC, 1/2 HP

Operating temperature: up to +176°F (+80°C)

Switch type: SPDT (Single pole-double throw)

Switch lock action: Maintained (on-on)

Number of switches per assembly: 1W7B1: One 1W7J1: Two

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1W7B2 & 1W7J2

 

Contact rating:

  • 30 VDC, 15 amps, resistive
  • 125 VDC, 0.6 amps, resistive
  • 250 VDC, 0.3 amps, resistive
  • 125 VAC, 15 amps, resistive
  • 125 VAC, 5 amps, lamp
  • 250 VAC, 15 amps, resistive

Horsepower rating: 125–250 VAC, 1/2 HP

Operating temperature: up to +176°F (+80°C)

Switch type: SPDT (Single pole-double throw)

Switch lock action: Maintained (on-on)

Number of switches per assembly: 1W7B2: One 1W7J2: Two

 

 

 

 

 

1W7B3 & 1W7J3

 

Contact rating:

  • 30 VDC, 15 amps, resistive
  • 125 VDC, 0.6 amps, resistive
  • 250 VDC, 0.3 amps, resistive
  • 125 VAC, 15 amps, resistive
  • 125 VAC, 5 amps, lamp
  • 250 VAC, 15 amps, resistive

Horsepower rating: 125–250 VAC, 1/2 HP

Operating temperature: up to +176°F (+80°C)

Switch type: SPDT (Single pole-double throw)

Switch lock action: Momentary (on-on)

Number of switches per assembly: 1W7B3: One 1W7J3: Two

 

 

 

1W7D2

Contact rating:

  • 110 VAC or VDC, 16 amps, resistive
  • 220 VAC or VDC, 8 amps, resistive

Horsepower rating: 1 HP @ 125–250 VAC or VDC

Operating temperature: 0°F to +150°F (-18°C to +66°C)

Switch type: DPST (Double pole-single throw)

Switch lock action: Maintained (off-on)

Number of switches per assembly: One

†Installing the limiting plate limits key removal to switch position 1 or 2. The key is always removed in the vertical position (key position 1).

 

 

1W7C2

Contact rating:

  • 110 VAC or VDC, 10 amps, lamp
  • 220 VAC or VDC, 5 amps, resistive

Operating temperature: -40°F to +220°F (-40° to +104°C)

Switch type: SPST (Single pole-single throw)

Switch lock action: Maintained (off-on)

Number of switches per assembly: One

 

 

1W7E2

Contact rating

  • 110 VAC, 15 amps, resistive
  • 220 VAC, 10 amps, resistive

Horsepower rating: 125–250 VAC or VDC, 3/4 HP; 1, 2, or 3 phase

Operating temperature: 0 to +150°F (-18°C to 66°C)

Switch type: TPDT (Triple pole-double throw)

Switch lock action: Maintained Momentary (on-center off-on)

Number of switches per assembly: One

*Installing the limiting plate limits key removal to switch position 2, or 3. The key is always removed in the vertical position (key position 1). The limiting plate is available for 1W7E2 only.

 

 

1W7K4

Contact rating:

  • 110 VAC, 15 amps, resistive
  • 220 VAC, 10 amps, resistive

Horsepower rating: 250 VAC, 1/2 HP

Operating temperature: up to +221°F (+105°C)

Switch type: DPDT (Double pole-double throw)

Switch lock action: Momentary (on-center off-on)

Number of switches per assembly: One

 

 

1W7L2

Contact rating:

  • 110 VAC or VDC, 12 amps, resistive
  • 220 VAC or VDC, 6 amps, resistive

Operating temperature: up to +221°F (+105°C)

Switch type: SPDT (Single pole-double throw)

Switch lock action: Maintained (on-on)

Number of switches per assembly: One

†Installing the limiting plate limits key removal to switch position 1 or 2. The key is always removed in the vertical position (key position 3).

 

 

1W7P4 & 1W7R4

Contact rating:

  • 30 VDC, 15 amps, resistive
  • 125 VDC, 0.6 amps, resistive
  • 250 VDC, 0.3 amps, resistive
  • 125 VAC, 15 amps, resistive
  • 125 VAC, 5 amps, lamp 250 VAC, 15 amps, resistive

Horsepower rating: 125–250 VAC, 1/2 HP

Operating temperature: up to +176°F (+80°C)

Switch type: SPDT (Single pole-double throw)

Switch lock action: Momentary (on-on)

Number of switches per assembly: 1W7P4: Two 1W7R4: Four

 

 

 

 

 

 

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