Conveyor Manufacturers -- use it to indicate jammed
screw conveyors; slipping or broken belts; very low speed sequencing.
Machine Manufacturers -- utilize the Euclid Type D
switch in determining time in seconds or even fractions of a second to stop
motion of a press or machine for protection to personnel or indexing
machines so that proper and exact holes are punched accurately.
Sequential control of functions at specific speeds is a natural
application; prevent damage to rotating industrial machinery when speed
increases or decreases from safe standards; shift linkages on engine