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22mm NEMA Push Buttons

Durable and Flexible Products that Outlast the Competition


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Product Features

  • Available in momentary and maintained, in both illuminated and non-illuminated
  • Full voltage and resistor light units in a wide range of voltages
  • Available with incandescent, neon, or our LED lamps with leakage protection
  • Up to 3 contact blocks deep with 2 circuits each may be added for a total of 8 contacts per operator

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Pilot Devices for Indication & Actuation

Pilot devices are mainly used in the commercial or industrial applications where human-to-machine interface is required. Typically used as a part of a system, automated process, or a control panel, these devices provide information on condition and control monitoring of different types of processes, machinery, and equipment.

The most rugged 22mm Nema Pilot device line in the world

c3controls’ durable line of 22mm NEMA devices are for all those tight fitting places. Our non-illuminated momentary and maintained push buttons, toggle switches, pilot lights and selector switches are compact and ready for field wiring in almost any environment.

Optimal Performance and Safety

Pilot devices designed to provide exceptional performance, delivering easy installation, distinct functionality, and ensuring optimal performance and safety in the most demanding applications.

Proven

UL Listed, CSA Certfied, and CE marked, our 22mm NEMA pilot devices are suitable for use anywhere in the world.

Quality Materials

c3controls selects the highest quality raw materials to ensure our products outlast the competition, including Lexan™ plastic for our lenses―improving visibility and resistance to high impact for reliable performance, even in high ambient temperatures.

Metal on the Inside

c3controls’ Maintained Push Buttons contain a solid brass detent mechanism ensuring reliable operation in emergency stop applications, and providing safe interruption of circuits and longer life.

U-Cup Seal

Our revolutionary U-Cup seal is infused with a Teflon coating to eliminate cracking when exposed to harsh conditions and keeps water, oils, and dust away from the contact blocks.

Rubber Boots

Our state-of-the-art rubber boots protect both the operators and the circuits behind them from harsh chemicals and climates. They feature a built-in clamp ring that is molded with Neoprene and has been modified to provide added pliability and protection against dust, freezing and thawing environments.

Environmentally Secure

With 4/4X and IP65 ratings, our 22mm NEMA line of pilot devices are built to last and withstand dust, corrosion, ice, and rain.

Visible Certifications

Our product certifications and electrical ratings are clearly marked on the outside of the contact blocks for easy reference during installation.

Heavy Duty

Polyester construction provides superior durability, corrosion resistance, moisture rejection and electrical insulation. Optional polyester or aluminum clamps rings with coarse 16 pitch threads for quick and easy utilization that won’t cross thread or strip.

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Industrial Control Basics: Part 4 – Pilot Devices

Merriam Webster defines a pilot light as, “2: an indicator light showing where a switch or circuit breaker is located or whether a motor is in operation or power is on.” While pilot devices are seemingly quite simple control, there is more to them than the definition provided by MW. They have their own terminologies, color coding, functions and standards. Find out about all of that and more in Industrial Control Basics Part 4 – Pilot Devices for Indication and Actuation.

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The Basics of Pilot Devices for Indication and Actuation

Pilot devices, which are comprised of selector switches, pushbuttons, pilot lights, signal beacons, and toggle switches are mainly used in the commercial or industrial applications where human-to-machine interface is required. Based on their designs, pilot devices can be distinguished into two types – indication devices and actuation devices. Watch this video for an understanding of each type and their functions.