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PostPosted: 01:29 Thu 24 May 07  

Greetings,

looking for ROV operable (underwater) switch....needs to be able to handle 48vdc 8 amp and depth rating of 1500M would prefer rotary actuated.........any help or direction would be greatly appreciated
 

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PostPosted: 01:50 Thu 24 May 07  

I used a piece of equipment, a while back, which had an external magnet that we had to place close to the lid to switch the unit on and off. So you could have a unit with no external switches and use a magnet to switch it on and off from the outside.

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Barney
 

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PostPosted: 03:34 Thu 24 May 07  

thanks for reply.........we have used reed/ magnetic switch in the past also.. unfortunatley this is for a long term deployment 5 years....... a magnet wont work this time...dissimilar metals etc....we have to be able to cut sea floor system power on and off several times a year via ROV. I was looking for an off the self type cure.....


thanks again
 

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PostPosted: 15:35 Thu 24 May 07  

Not a problem,

You can check this switch out (good for only 7amps) :

http://www.seacon-usa.com/Products/PositiveActionSwitch/positive_action_switch.htm

Or do a search for underwater switches. There are a few companies making them.

Regards,

Barney
 

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