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Series 61 E-Stop switch compact

Compact, robust, reliable.

Series 61 E-Stop switch compact

EAO, the expert partner for innovative, intuitive and reliable Human Machine Interfaces (HMIs), offers critical safety controls which are uniquely compact, robust and reliable. The UL-certified Series 61 compact emergency stop switch is especially suited for handheld control units.

Typical applications

  • Handheld control units
  • Production and plant machinery
  • Construction machinery
  • Agricultural machinery and vehicles
  • Special vehicles

The switch reliably protects people and equipment against injury and damage.


  • Very low back panel depth (21.2 mm)
  • High front protections IP66, IP67 and IP69K
  • Robust mono-block design with mechanically decoupled triggering
  • Optional illumination
  • Up to three switching elements

The product complies with the latest international standards. The robust mono-block design has a fool proof, trigger action mechanism to break the electrical contacts, and a green indication ring to show whether the switch is actuated. Here, the mechanically decoupled triggering of the switching elements should be highlighted in particular. The optional high brightness central LED makes the product clearly visible, even in low light levels.


Mounting Adapter – The Series 61 mounting adapter allows the 16.2 mm diameter emergency stop switch compact to also be used for standard mounting cut-outs of 22.3 mm diameter (as per DIN EN 60947-5-1). The adapter allows the device to be mounted to the front plate quickly and safely. It protects the switch against twisting once mounted.

Series 61 E-Stop switch compact

PCB Adapter – This PCB adapter enables the advantages of the Series 61 emergency stop switch compact to be combined with those of a constructed printed circuit board. As a solid connection, the PCB plug-in base can be quickly and easily mated between the emergency stop switch and the PCB. This method of assembly reduces the back panel depth to a minimum (26 mm) and allows wiring errors to be prevented.

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