14-mm mount panel LED

  • 06-Sep-2017 01:36 EDT
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The 14-mm mount CL series panel LED from Wilbrecht LEDCO, Inc. (St. Paul, MN) incorporates a 10-mm LED available in red, green, yellow, blue and bicolor options. Pre-wired with internal resistors, the indicators can be configured for voltages up to 60-V DC or 120/240-V AC. The robust M14 size metal housing is designed for panel thicknesses up to .394 in (10 mm) and is resistant to shock and vibration. Fully filled with epoxy and equipped with a front sealing gasket, the indicator offers IP67 front and back sealing for outdoor use. Applications include agricultural and construction equipment, forklifts, cranes and transport equipment, remote control systems for forestry or freight handling equipment, industrial machinery, military and aircraft equipment.

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