80-511-0008-01

Marinco Push Button Switches

Marinco Push Button Switches

Description

The Marinco Push Button Switches are built to last with their stainless steel components and silver alloy contacts.

Features

  • Maximum Switch Current Rating 5 Amps
  • IP67 Environmental Protection Switches
List Price
$43.99
Your Price
$34.88
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Details

The through panel mount switches are ideal for lighting, switch, or dash panels, with colored rings that can be wired to either display power to the system or switch back lighting. The product line includes both switches and warning buzzers with LED light rings.


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Marinco Push Button Switches 80-511-0008-01 Push Button Switch, 24V Momentary (On)/Off, Blue LED
$34.88
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Marinco Push Button Switch - 24V Momentary (On)/Off - Red LED 80-511-0006-01 Push Button Switch, 24V Momentary (On)/Off, Red LED
$34.88
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Marinco Push-Button Switch - 12V Momentary (On)/Off - Blue LED 80-511-0004-01 Push Button Switch, 12V Momentary (On)/Off, Blue LED
$34.88
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Marinco Push-Button Switch - 12V Momentary (On)/Off - Red LED 80-511-0002-01 Push Button Switch, 12V Momentary (On)/Off, Red LED
$34.88
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Marinco Push Button Switch - 24V Latching On/Off - Blue LED 80-511-0007-01 Push Button Switch, 24V Latching On/Off, Blue LED
$36.00
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Marinco Push Button Switch - 24V Latching On/Off - Red LED 80-511-0005-01 Push Button Switch, 24V Latching On/Off, Red LED
$36.00
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Marinco Push Button Switch - 12V Latching On/Off - Red LED 80-511-0001-01 Push Button Switch, 12V Latching On/Off, Red LED
$36.00
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Marinco Push-Button Switch - 12V Latching On/Off - Blue LED 80-511-0003-01 Push Button Switch, 12V Latching On/Off, Blue LED
$36.00
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