Material handling indicators

  • 30-Mar-2015 02:19 EDT
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Apem introduces Q series indicators suitable for material handling applications on any panel mount configuration, including industrial control, vehicle, and marine instrument panels. Indicators in various colors are available with bicolor, tricolor, and flashing LEDs. Features include solder lug/quick-connect terminals, wire terminations, 200-mm (8-in) wires, and availability in seven different package sizes with various finishes. Integral resistors allow for direct connection to 12- and 24-V dc, 12- and 24-V ac/dc, and 110- and 220-V ac. The series offers viewing angle ranges from 70 to 100°, a life expectancy of 100,000 h, and -40 to +85°C (-40 to +185°F) operating temperature range. Options include bright, sunlight readable LEDs, panel sealing to IP67, and customizable engraving.

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