E-Switch's PV7 Anti-vandal Switch Offers Water and Tamper Resistance
on: April 01, 2010, 2:48 am
MINNEAPOLIS , MN --- E-Switch announces the PV7 series, a water resistant anti-vandal switch. With a rating of 2 amps 48VDC, it comes illuminated in red, yellow, orange, blue, green or white. Both ring and dot illumination options are available. Made of stainless steel and nickel plated brass, the PV7 series vandal resistant switch has a long mechanical life expectancy of 1,000,000 cycles. Specifications include:
Mechanical Life: 1,000,000 cycles
Electrical Life: 50,000 cycles
Illumination Base Rating:
yellow, red and orange: 20mA 1.8V;
blue, green and white: 20mA 2.8V
Contact Rating: 2A 48VDC
Contact Resistance: 50milliohms (initial max)
Insulation Resistance: 1,000Megaohms Min
Dielectric Strength: 2,000 VAC
Operating Temperature: -20C to +70C
This new illuminated anti-vandal switch works great for elevator and kiosk applications, and for those applications that require public usage, such as ticket dispensers.
Visit E-Switch at www.e-switch.com to request your full-line catalog! You can also request a sample of one of over 4,000 discrete part numbers for one of your projects! Little Details. Big Quality.
About E-Switch. In 2009, E-Switch, Inc. acquired Lamb Industries and now offers one of the broadest switch lines available today. Both companies have been delivering innovative and quality switches to the electronics, telecom, high tech, instrumentation, industrial, appliance and consumer markets since 1979. Located in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and Portland, Oregon, their global reach extends to Europe, Asia and Latin America. Products include Rocker, Toggle, Slide, Tact, Pushbutton, Dip, Rotary, Keylock, Snap Action, Anti-vandal Switches, Power, illuminated switches, and more. E-Switch - Lamb Industries has local reps, distributors, engineers and account managers on hand to provide specifying assistance and quick response to requests, along with a top notch sampling and cross-referencing program. E-Switch - Lamb Industries' online catalogs include complete specifications, drawings and schematics.