Lighted push-button switch

  • 04-Dec-2012 07:57 EST
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The Series SW44863 split-image switch series from Electro-Mech Components is suitable for high-density instrumentation panels and display areas. Designed in a low-profile housing, compact switches feature LEDs on a built-in printed circuit board (PCB) and hidden legends with multiple color options for backlighting lenses. Multi-image and horizontal or split legend faces minimize panel space and maximize small area limitations. The SW44863 offers one normally open circuit, momentary snap feel, and customizable legends. Switches can be provided with two or four LEDs for split light segments and can be installed directly to the PCB. Ratings are 0.1 A resistive and 0.05 A inductive at 30 V dc or 125 V ac.

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