Lenco LED Indicator Switch Kit

Lenco LED Indicator Switch Kit


The Lenco LED Indicator Switch Kit features a built-in retract feature that returns tabs to a fully retracted position when power is removed.


  • Self-Contained, Sealed Keypad And Control Box Module
  • Fade/Smudgeproof, Laser Engraved Graphics
  • Plug & Play Switch Wiring Harness Connector
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  • 2 high-intensity L.E.D. indicator displays show the exact position of our trim tabs at all times
  • Photo eye reads ambient light and adjusts the L.E.D. indicator display
    intensity for optimum viewing in direct sunlight
  • Key Pad - 2.75" x 2.75"
  • 12 & 24-volt compatibility

The Lenco indicator switch is the most advanced trim tab switch available. The switch itself is completely waterproof, and has an over-molded connector to eliminate water intrusion. L.E.D. indicator lights let you know exactly where our trim tabs are at all times.

A photochromic eye automatically adjusts the level of light intensity, allowing better visibility of the entire switch in direct sunlight. The indicator switch also come with our retract feature. (Just a little extra piece of mind.)

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Lenco LED Indicator Switch Kit 15071-001 LED Indicator Switch Kit, with Auto Retractor for Dual Actuator Systems
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