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Aftermarket Replacement for

Conveyor Components Speed Motion Control Sensor - 120 VAC - Explosion Proof - NEMA 7/9

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$1,400.03

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Part Number: CMS1X

Model CMS-1X or CMS-1G

What specifically is the Model CMS-1G or CMS-1X? They are a direct drive control that indicates when rotating equipment has ceased to turn. The output contacts of the Model CMS-1X can control up to two separate circuits, one for machinery shutdown and one for an alarm. They are commonly attached to conveyor pulleys or return idler rollers. It is better to order the explosion proof CMS-1X because it is the exact same price as the NEMA 4 CMS-1G.

Why is a Speed Control Sensor Necessary? The Model CMS-1X provides a means of protection to prevent compound damage from inoperative or failed conveyors due to a lack of rotation.

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Model CMS-1X or CMS-1G

What specifically is the Model CMS-1G or CMS-1X? They are a direct drive control that indicates when rotating equipment has ceased to turn. The output contacts of the Model CMS-1X can control up to two separate circuits, one for machinery shutdown and one for an alarm. They are commonly attached to conveyor pulleys or return idler rollers. It is better to order the explosion proof CMS-1X because it is the exact same price as the NEMA 4 CMS-1G.

Why is a Speed Control Sensor Necessary? The Model CMS-1X provides a means of protection to prevent compound damage from inoperative or failed conveyors due to a lack of rotation.