Rugged truck switches

  • 07-Nov-2008 04:16 EST
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Cole Hersee introduces momentary push-button switches for truck applications. Two switches have added lip-seals, making them waterproof and preventing ingress of moisture and contaminants. Suitable for exterior applications, the switches have “Engine Start” and “Engine Stop” permanently engraved into the surface of the button. Both have two brass screw terminals with lockwashers and rugged diecast zinc housing with knurled aluminum facenut and are keyed so that the switch or lettering will not rotate after it has been installed. They are rated 35 A at 12 V dc and 20 A at 24 V dc.

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