Black-and-white double on/off switch

Black-and-white double on/off switch, the latest addition to EAO Switch Corp.’s Series 44 range of industrial controls, features a large, illuminated central lens to indicate equipment status.

11/27/2006


Control Components

Black-and-white double on/off switch, the latest addition to EAO Switch Corp.’s Series 44 range of industrial controls, features a large, illuminated central lens to indicate equipment status. It comes with or without engraved “I and O” symbols and with mat grey or chromium-plated case. RoHS-compliant device is intended for use wherever an on/off function is needed, particularly within the machinery and process control sectors where red/green versions need to be replaced to comply with new regulations for visually impaired users. The regulations govern the use of equipment by those who may find it difficult to distinguish between red and green on/off positions. Product is available with a self-cleaning, slow make switching element and lamp block. Illumination is provided by LEDs or Ba9s (T-3 1/4 bayonet base) lamps. Series 44 control switches include pushbuttons, indicators, selectors, mushroom-headed switches, potentiometer drives, and EN418-rated emergency stops.

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