Waytek Introduces its PVC-Coated Momentary Start Push Button Switch
November 8, 2012
• by Staff
Waytek Inc., a distributor of electrical wiring supplies, has added a PVC-coated momentary start push button switch to its line of automotive switches. It is sealed with PVC coating for harsh environments.
The new PVC-coated momentary start switch is designed for extreme environmental conditions in automotive, heavy equipment and truck applications. PVC material coats the 14-gauge wire loop and the momentary switch body.
The push button actuator is covered by a boot and nut assembly for extreme protection. It is normally open with a push to close circuit and rated for 15 amps at 12 volts DC.
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