With the SwitchBox-plus and a "low voltage switch" (e.g. a micro switch, pushbutton, or even a blank cable end etc.) even a farawayremote 230V consumer can safely be switched ON/OFF, e.g. via a thin bell wire.
While turning on a device the tolerated electrical resistance is relatively high, so that even very long supply leads (up to 1000 meters) in the circuit line, e.g. via a thin bell wire are not problematic. Nearby 230V consumers sometimes cause an induced hum (so-called "crosstalk") with very long supply leads and at times by given strength even lead to faulty switching, this is avoided by using of a build-in low pass
|Connector system:||SCHUKO or IEC|
|Operating voltage:||230V~, 50Hz (optional 115V~, 50Hz)|
|Maximum switching capacity:||(all loads): 2000W (8.7A)|
|Ambient temperature::||-10°C to +50°C|
|Protection class:||IP 20|
|Housing:||PC with 10% GF, V-0 black|
|Order-No.:||34 10 100.00|
- because of too high resistance due to long supply leads
- to avoid dangerous power potential at the "micro switch point"
- for installation reasons, etc.