Weather-sealed reversing switch
resists corrosion, cuts downtime
Sep 4, 2012 7:00 AM
Cole Hersee, the Commercial Vehicle Products division of Littelfuse Inc, is introducing the latest product in the 95060 series of sealed rotary switches.
Constructed with engineering thermoplastic, this new, weather-sealed reversing switch stands up to corrosion much better than older, metal models with similar functionality.
The rugged 95060-37 is sealed to IP67 standards for resistance to rough weather, road splash, and other harsh conditions, making it a suitable switch for operations where reliability is crucial. Since the switch is more resistant to breaks or corrosion, on-vehicle motors relying on the 95060-37 are likely to face less downtime and related costs as a result of switch failure.
For security purposes, the UL-recognized 95060-37 is supplied with two matching, double-bitted tumbler keys. It also comes equipped with an integral Deutsch connector that provides ease of installation while maintaining the switch’s weather seal.
The 95060-37 provides the same three-position functionality as similar on-vehicle models: reverse, off, and forward. It is available with capacities of 10 amps at 12 volts, 5A at 24V, 3A at 36V, or 2A at 48V.
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