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Can You PLEASE help Me Find a CHINT NP4 Switch (or equivale

 
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 28, 2018 12:07 pm    Post subject: Can You PLEASE help Me Find a CHINT NP4 Switch (or equivale Reply with quote

That is the one Bob... less than 5 bucks (delivered) is KAZACKLY what I needed. 

Thanks Again!!!! 

Bill Hunter
On Sat, Jul 28, 2018, 12:32 Robert L. Nuckolls, III <nuckolls.bob(at)aeroelectric.com (nuckolls.bob(at)aeroelectric.com)> wrote:

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At 02:08 PM 7/28/2018, you wrote:
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Sorry for the slightly off topic post (however this is for a machine installed inside my airplane hangar).

I am looking for a pushbutton switch to replace the broken one on my hydraulic lift.Â

It's a push button momentary contact on single pole single throw switch.  The diameter of the hole in the panel is 0.894 inches / 22.72 MM.Â

The switch that broke is labeled CHNT NP4 and it has other numbers on it such as GB140 48.5 and it's a 10 amp switch. Â

It is a switch that you push and hold in the button and then a relay closes to energize the electric motor that moves the hydraulic pump.

Again, sorry about the off-topic post however I've spent 30 minutes on the Google  with no success but I'm sure there's a guy on this forum that will recognize this switch immediately and know exactly where to find one (or one that will work).

Thanks!!!Â

Bill Hunter


There is nothing electrically special about this
switch other than the fact that it's normally open.

You probably want to get the door operable ASAP
so go to a hardware store and get ANY normally open
P.B.  Here's one example at Lowes.

https://goo.gl/66gez5

Wire it into place temporarily . . . mgiht even let it
dangle on the wires wrapped with tape to keep the
electrons from tunning onto the floor.

Then order one of these:


https://goo.gl/pTKXPT


It will directly replace the switch that's broken
and will be delivered to your door in a few days
for free.


  Bob . . .


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 28, 2018 12:30 pm    Post subject: Can You PLEASE help Me Find a CHINT NP4 Switch (or equivale Reply with quote

On 7/28/2018 2:28 PM, Robert L. Nuckolls, III wrote:

Quote:
At 02:08 PM 7/28/2018, you wrote:
Quote:
Sorry for the slightly off topic post (however this is for a machine installed inside my airplane hangar).

I am looking for a pushbutton switch to replace the broken one on my hydraulic lift.

It's a push button momentary contact on single pole single throw switch.  The diameter of the hole in the panel is 0.894 inches / 22.72 MM.

The switch that broke is labeled CHNT NP4 and it has other numbers on it such as GB140 48.5 and it's a 10 amp switch.

It is a switch that you push and hold in the button and then a relay closes to energize the electric motor that moves the hydraulic pump.

Again, sorry about the off-topic post however I've spent 30 minutes on the Google  with no success but I'm sure there's a guy on this forum that will recognize this switch immediately and know exactly where to find one (or one that will work).

Thanks!!!

Bill Hunter


There is nothing electrically special about this
switch other than the fact that it's normally open.

You probably want to get the door operable ASAP
so go to a hardware store and get ANY normally open
P.B. Here's one example at Lowes.

https://goo.gl/66gez5

Wire it into place temporarily . . . mgiht even let it
dangle on the wires wrapped with tape to keep the
electrons from tunning onto the floor.

Then order one of these:


https://goo.gl/pTKXPT


It will directly replace the switch that's broken
and will be delivered to your door in a few days
for free.


Bob . . .
Hi Bob,

You might want to recheck that ebay link. When I click it, I get an emergency stop switch. The industrial E-stop switches I've worked with latch down, opening the safety interlock line and closing a pair of contacts used for monitoring the safety loop. They must be either pulled or rotated back to 'normal' position. The one pictured has circular arrows on the button, which indicates that it latches down and must be rotated to release. The text at the bottom of the listing says that, too. If he's replacing a momentary PB, things could get interesting if he doesn't notice how to release the button.

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 28, 2018 3:52 pm    Post subject: Can You PLEASE help Me Find a CHINT NP4 Switch (or equivale Reply with quote

Thanks Charlie for the heads up! I emailed the seller to confirm what kind
of switch it was

Thanks,

Bill Hunter

On Sat, Jul 28, 2018, 13:34 Charlie England <ceengland7(at)gmail.com> wrote:

[quote] On 7/28/2018 2:28 PM, Robert L. Nuckolls, III wrote:

At 02:08 PM 7/28/2018, you wrote:

Sorry for the slightly off topic post (however this is for a machine
installed inside my airplane hangar).

I am looking for a pushbutton switch to replace the broken one on my
hydraulic lift.Â

It's a push button momentary contact on single pole single throw switch.Â
The diameter of the hole in the panel is 0.894 inches / 22.72 MM.Â

The switch that broke is labeled CHNT NP4 and it has other numbers on it
such as GB140 48.5 and it's a 10 amp switch. Â

It is a switch that you push and hold in the button and then a relay
closes to energize the electric motor that moves the hydraulic pump.

Again, sorry about the off-topic post however I've spent 30 minutes on the
Google with no success but I'm sure there's a guy on this forum that will
recognize this switch immediately and know exactly where to find one (or
one that will work).

Thanks!!!Â

Bill Hunter

There is nothing electrically special about this
switch other than the fact that it's normally open.

You probably want to get the door operable ASAP
so go to a hardware store and get ANY normally open
P.B. Here's one example at Lowes.

https://goo.gl/66gez5

Wire it into place temporarily . . . mgiht even let it
dangle on the wires wrapped with tape to keep the
electrons from tunning onto the floor.

Then order one of these:
https://goo.gl/pTKXPT
It will directly replace the switch that's broken
and will be delivered to your door in a few days
for free.

Bob . . .

Hi Bob,

You might want to recheck that ebay link. When I click it, I get an
emergency stop switch. The industrial E-stop switches I've worked with
latch down, opening the safety interlock line and closing a pair of
contacts used for monitoring the safety loop. They must be either pulled or
rotated back to 'normal' position. The one pictured has circular arrows on
the button, which indicates that it latches down and must be rotated to
release. The text at the bottom of the listing says that, too. If he's
replacing a momentary PB, things could get interesting if he doesn't notice
how to release the button.

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 28, 2018 4:00 pm    Post subject: Can You PLEASE help Me Find a CHINT NP4 Switch (or equivale Reply with quote

The same seller on eBay had the switch I needed so I will swap the emergency stop switch for this one

https://m.ebay.com/itm/NEW-TWO-2-Push-Button-Switch-Momentary-Press-Switch-Heavy-Duty/170614528296?hash=item27b96b1928%3Ag%3AOUQAAOxyjzNRF4x~&_pgn=1&rt=nc
Thanks again for all your help!

Thanks,

Bill Hunter

On Sat, Jul 28, 2018, 12:32 Robert L. Nuckolls, III <nuckolls.bob(at)aeroelectric.com (nuckolls.bob(at)aeroelectric.com)> wrote:

Quote:
At 02:08 PM 7/28/2018, you wrote:
Quote:
Sorry for the slightly off topic post (however this is for a machine installed inside my airplane hangar).

I am looking for a pushbutton switch to replace the broken one on my hydraulic lift.Â

It's a push button momentary contact on single pole single throw switch.  The diameter of the hole in the panel is 0.894 inches / 22.72 MM.Â

The switch that broke is labeled CHNT NP4 and it has other numbers on it such as GB140 48.5 and it's a 10 amp switch. Â

It is a switch that you push and hold in the button and then a relay closes to energize the electric motor that moves the hydraulic pump.

Again, sorry about the off-topic post however I've spent 30 minutes on the Google  with no success but I'm sure there's a guy on this forum that will recognize this switch immediately and know exactly where to find one (or one that will work).

Thanks!!!Â

Bill Hunter


There is nothing electrically special about this
switch other than the fact that it's normally open.

You probably want to get the door operable ASAP
so go to a hardware store and get ANY normally open
P.B.  Here's one example at Lowes.

https://goo.gl/66gez5

Wire it into place temporarily . . . mgiht even let it
dangle on the wires wrapped with tape to keep the
electrons from tunning onto the floor.

Then order one of these:


https://goo.gl/pTKXPT


It will directly replace the switch that's broken
and will be delivered to your door in a few days
for free.


  Bob . . .


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