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Brand 
Brand

Choose from one of Legrand's brands.

Connection 
Connection

Between Discrete Points Allows the Flow of Electrons (Electric Current)

Contact Configuration 
Contact Configuration

Different Switching Functions of the Relay Contacts

Number of Poles 
Number of Poles

The Number of Main Inlet Connection Available for the Unit

Amperage 
Amperage

Maximum electrical current the conductor or device can carry before sustaining immediate or progressive deterioration

Load 
Load

The Maximum Amount of Power Which the item can withstand or Operate without any performance Loss

Frequency Rating 
Frequency Rating

The Number of Occurrences within a Given Time Period, the Rate at Which Alternating Current Makes a Complete Cycle of Reversals

Mounting 
Mounting

Something that Serves as a Support, Setting, or Backing for the item

Type 
Type

Value that Specifically Names the Type/the Application Value of the Closest Piece of Equipment/the Designated Type of Construction/the Generic Type/the Manufacturer Type Designation/the Specific Function/the Type of Application

Contact Rating 
Contact Rating

The Voltage, Current, and Power Capacities of Relay Contacts Under Specified Environmental Conditions

Availability 
Availability Tooltip Title

Product is available to buy on Legrand.us

Sensitivity 
Sensitivity

The Minimum Input Which the Device can Sense and Produce the Output

Response Frequency 
Response Frequency

Frequency response is the quantitative measure of the output spectrum of a system or device in response to a stimulus, and is used to characterize the dynamics of the system. It is a measure of magnitude and phase of the output as a function of frequency, in comparison to the input.

Enclosure Type 
Enclosure Type

Style, Type, Size, Etc. of the Enclosure of a Device

Wattage 
Wattage

amount of watts used

Target Size 
Target Size

The Dimensional Specification of the Object Which is Set as a Target for the Sensor

Color 
Color

The color of the product itself

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Sensing Range 
Sensing Range

The total Possible Sensing Capability of the Sensor, Beginning After the Deadband, and Extending Out as Far as the Sensor is Able to Reach Effectively

Voltage 
Voltage

The Rate at Which Energy is Drawn from a Source that Produces a Flow of Electricity in a Circuit

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