Long-body LED indicators

  • 13-Mar-2017 06:35 EDT
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Wilbrecht LEDCO, Inc. (St. Paul, MN), a Microprecision Electronics SA company, offers a long body nickel-plated panel mount LED suitable for various applications, including industrial control panels, transportation dashboards, and aircraft/military instrumentation. The housing is designed to easily fit panel thicknesses of up to 9.0 mm (0.35 in) even with additional gasket. The front mounted prominent and recessed bezel shaped forms come with termination options leads or Faston-style quick connects. The fully potted leads version with additional gasket offers front and backside IP67 sealing for water resistance and outdoor use. The rugged vibration- and water-resistant LED indicators are U.S. made and can be modified to fit custom needs for special wires, connectors or marking. All versions are available in a range of colors and intensities, including daylight readable red, yellow, green, orange, as well as bicolor, blue, white, flashing, infrared and night vision compatible LEDs. For more information, visit www.wilbrechtledco.com.

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