Rugged panel-mount indicators

  • 20-Oct-2014 09:14 EDT
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VCC’s series of IP67- and NEMA 6P-rated panel-mount indicators are designed with a wide viewable angle that delivers bright visibility even in direct sunlight. Used in outdoor applications including electric vehicle charging stations, the 22-mm (0.9-in) CNX 722 Series TuffLED indicators are resistant to shock, vibration, and moisture to ensure reliable and safe operation in harsh-environment conditions, claims VCC. The indicators feature fast-pitch threads that require only one turn to ease assembly. Special nuts enable assembly by finger or with 1-in (25-mm) hextool. The RoHS-compliant indicators have a built-in LED that can be used with 5-, 12-, or 24-V dc circuits.

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