E-SWITCH PVK4 Anti-Vandal Switches | Featured Product Spotlight
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E-SWITCH PVK4 Anti-Vandal Switches
E-Switch PVK4 Anti-Vandal Switches, available from Mouser Electronics, are illuminated IP65 rated switches with a keylock actuator option that is rated IP40.
Anti-vandal switches are electromechanical switches designed to be installed in devices and equipment susceptible to harsh use, vandalism, and theft. They must also withstand extreme temperatures and be resistant to dust and moisture.
The E-switch PVK4 selector switch is available in multiple illumination colors and voltages, with arrow illumination in white, red, orange, green, blue, or yellow. Illumination voltages include 6, 12, 24, 125, and 250 Volts.
The PVK4 Series features a stainless steel body and actuator finish and fit a 19-millimeter diameter panel cutout.
Single-pole double-throw and double-pole double-throw circuits are available. They feature two- or three-position options with either maintain or return functionality.
These illuminated anti-vandal switches are available with either silver or gold contacts, operate at temperatures ranging from -20 to 55 degrees Celsius, and have an electrical life expectancy of 50,000 cycles.
With selector and keylock actuator options, E-switch PVK4 anti-vandal switches are a great choice for audio visual, security, industrial control, kiosk, electrical houseware, and medical equipment applications.
For more information, visit Mouser.com.
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