Reverse switch

  • 21-Mar-2011 12:59 EDT
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Responding to industry demand for high current reversing switches in a compact size, Waytek offers a 50-A double-pole, double-throw rotary or reversing switch with heavy-duty components for improved reliability. Designed to operate tarps and winches on trucks and vehicle snowplows as well as windlasses on marine equipment, the switch offers three forward and reverse positions for operation of a motor in motions such as up-down, left-right, in-out, or rotate-counter-rotate. With a tarping system, the motion would be cover/uncover; with a hoist or tailgate, up/down; or with a windlass, raise/lower anchor. Lever actuated with spring return to off from both positions, the switch is constructed with heavy gauge, 3/32-in (2.38-mm) thick terminals and silver-laminated contacts to resist arcing.

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