NG Series RFID Safety Switches with Block

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This new and innovative series brings safety to a new level. These switches are used on machines where the hazardous conditions remain for a while, even after the machines have been switched off

NG Series RFID Safety Switches with Block
NG Series RFID Safety Switches with Block
NG Series RFID Safety Switches with Block
NG Series RFID Safety Switches with Block
Posted on November 10, 2015 - (131 views)
Pizzato Elettrica Srl
Via Torino, 1
36063 Marostica - Italy
+39-0424 470930
+39-0424-470955
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