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Paneltronics Metal Bat Toggle Switches

Paneltronics Metal Bat Toggle Switches

Description

The Paneltronics Metal Bat Toggle Switch features silicone rubber boots provide a watertight panel seal.

Features

  • Single Or Double Pole And Maintaining Or Momentary Configurations Available
  • Rated At 10A 250VAC, 15A 125VAC, And 15A 30VDC (ABYC E-11.14.1.1)
  • AC Units Are UL Recognized For Use In The USA And CSA Certified For Use In Canada
List Price
$10.25
Your Price
$6.45
In Stock

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Details

  • 1/4" male tab terminals are standard
  • Hole plugs 1/2" diameter black (P/N 016-004) and white (P/N 016-020)
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Paneltronics Metal Bat Toggle Switches 001-010 Metal Bat Toggle Switch, SPDT ON/OFF/ON
$6.45
In Stock
Paneltronics DPST ON/OFF Metal Bat Toggle Switch 001-009 Metal Bat Toggle Switch, DPST ON/OFF
$7.74
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Paneltronics DPDT ON/OFF/ON Metal Bat Toggle Switch 001-011 Metal Bat Toggle Switch, DPDT ON/OFF/ON
$7.74
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Paneltronics SPDT ON/(ON) Metal Bat Toggle Switch - Momentary Configuration 001-252 Metal Bat Toggle Switch, SPDT ON/(ON)- Momentary Configuration
$10.08
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Paneltronics SP Programmable OFF/ON/ON Metal Bat Toggle Switch 001-015 Metal Bat Toggle Switch, Programmable OFF/ON/ON
$10.08
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Paneltronics SPST ON/(OFF) Metal Bat Toggle Switch - Momentary Configuration 001-017 Metal Bat Toggle Switch, SPST ON/(OFF)- Momentary Configuration
$10.08
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Paneltronics SPDT (ON)/OFF/(ON) Metal Bat Toggle Switch - Momentary Configuration 001-013 Metal Bat Toggle Switch, SPDT (ON)/OFF/(ON)- Momentary Configuration
$10.08
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Paneltronics SPST OFF/(ON) Metal Bat Toggle Switch - Momentary Configuration 001-012 Metal Bat Toggle Switch, SPST OFF/(ON)- Momentary Configuration
$10.08
In Stock
Paneltronics DPDT (ON)/OFF/(ON) Metal Bat Toggle Switch - Momentary Configuration 001-014 Metal Bat Toggle Switch, DPDT (ON)/OFF/(ON)- Momentary Configuration
$11.65
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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