Flush-mount options

  • 08-Jul-2009 03:00 EDT
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EAO Switch offers a square flush-mount option for its series 04 switches. The square flush-mount button meets the requirements of a range of applications including vehicle driver controls, machinery, and electrical controls. The large lens surface addresses end-user ergonomic issues, including reduction in operating force, reassuring tactile feel, illumination, and low panel maintenance due to easy cleaning. Additionally, oil and water-tight protection to meet the IP65 standard further enhances the product’s functionality in harsh industrial, commercial, and public environments. Designed to integrate easily with other components both in appearance and function, the square flush-mount option fits into a 30 x 30 mm (1.2 x 1.2 in) hole, offering antirotation properties. The square flush-mount option has a large 35 x 35 mm (1.4 x 1.4 in) outside dimension and an operating area of more than 500 mm² (0.77 in²). The device is available in a variety of product styles, including push buttons, indicators, selectors, and key switches.
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