Paneltronics Waterproof Switches

Paneltronics Waterproof Switches


The Paneltronics Waterproof Switches feature ignition protection construction that meets UL 1500 and ISO 8846 requirements.


  • Sealed IP68 Rated Per IEC 529
  • Red Incandescent 12VDC 80mA Status Indicators
  • Black Textured Actuators (Hard Surface With Bumps)
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  • Contacts are rated at 12VDC 20A, or 24VDC 15A (ABYC E-
  • DC moisture resistant per Mil-Std 202F, Method 107F
  • Optional rubber gaskets provide a watertight panel seal meets IP67 (P/N 004-176)
  • 1/4" male tab terminals are standard without barriers (ABYC E-11-14.5.4 Exception)
  • Hole Plug Black (P/N 001-295)
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    Paneltronics Waterproof Switches 001-675 Waterproof Switch, SPST On/OFF Contura Rocker Switch
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    Paneltronics Switch SPST Black On/On Rocker 004-246 Waterproof Switch, SPST Black ON/ON Rocker
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    Paneltronics Switch SPST Black Off/On Waterproof Rocker 004-178 Waterproof Switch, SPST Black Off/On Rocker
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    Paneltronics DPDT (ON)/OFF/(ON) Waterproof Contura Rocker Switch - Momentary Configuration 001-453 Waterproof Switch, DPDT (ON)/OFF/(ON) Contura Rocker, Momentary Configuration
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    Paneltronics DPDT ON/OFF/ON Waterproof Contura Rocker Switch 001-699 Waterproof Switch, DPDT ON/OFF/ON Contura Rocker
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    Paneltronics SPDT ON/OFF/ON Waterproof Contura Rocker Switch 001-700 Waterproof Switch, SPDT ON/OFF/ON Contura Rocker
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    Paneltronics DPDT ON/OFF/ON Waterproof Contura Rocker Switch 001-455 Waterproof Switch, DPDT ON/OFF/ON Contura Rocker
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    Paneltronics Switch Contura DPDT On/Off/On Rocker 004-194 Waterproof Switch, DPDT On/Off/On Rocker
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    Paneltronics Switch SPDT Black On/Off/On Rocker 004-244 Waterproof Switch, SPDT Black On/Off/On Rocker
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