GN 315.1 Snap Locks With Fixed Locking Distance


GN 315.1 Snap Locks, With Fixed Locking Distance

Product description


GN 315.1 snap locks are characterized by a radial, spring-loaded slide performing the locking action. When the door is closed, the locking action occurs automatically: the chamfered slide is first pushed back via a lug, and then moved into the locking position by the pressure spring.

The door is unlocked via the push button.

To operate doors, these snap locks are fitted with an operating button.


Steel, zinc-plated, blue passivated

Locating ring
Additionally plastic coated, black, matte finish

Operating button/slide
Technopolymer plastic (Polyamid PA), black

Push button
Technopolymer plastic (Polyamid PA), light gray

Hexagon nut
Steel, zinc-plated, blue passivated

RoHS compliant

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GN 315.1 Snap Locks, With Fixed Locking Distance sketch

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Dimensions in: Inch (change to Metric)
Locking distance Ab max. door thicknessLength l

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Please note our quantity discounts.
≥ 250$7.07
Weight: 0.130 lbs
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RoHS compliant: -
This part is new in our product range, no details are available at this time. For more recent details on the RoHS compatibility, please contact our Sales Department!
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All Prices are in US Dollars. Taxes Not Included.

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