Maretron Magnetic Switches

Maretron Magnetic Switches


The Maretron Magnetic Switches save installation time through the use of specially formulated 3Mr adhesive tape.


  • Establishes a permanent bond between the contact and the surface
  • Low profile and small footprint combine with reliable technology
  • Protect doors and windows where drilling holes is undesirable
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  • 3/8" press-fit mounting
  • No screws or glue needed
  • Heavy-duty housing resists crushing
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  • IP67
  • Hermetically sealed reed switch encapsulated in polyurethane
  • Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
    Maretron Magnetic Switches MS-1075 Magnetic switch recessed for indoor and outdoor
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    Maretron Magnetic Switches MS-1035 Rectangular magnetic switch for indoor
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    Maretron Magnetic Switches MS-1085-N Rectangular magnetic switch for outdoor
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