Lever switch K series
single-polefor railway vehicleselectromechanical

lever switch
lever switch
lever switch
lever switch
lever switch
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Characteristics

Type
lever
Number of poles
single-pole
Other characteristics
for railway vehicles, electromechanical
Primary current

6 A

Voltage

125 V, 250 V

Description

Series K toggle switch assemblies are equipped with up to 8 snap-action switches type S880. With these switching elements 3 and 5 switch settings can be realised. Following UIC 612 and technologically state-of-the-art they are compatible to the P Series toggle switches as far as their momentary and maintained operation is concerned. Features - Handle styles: Special, ball or T-handle, standard - Action: 3 and 5 position, momentary and maintained operation, compatible to Schaltbaus P Series toggle switches - Central fixing: Elegant switch mount with illuminated ring used as function indicator or for night design. Easy to mount - Rugged and durable: Solid and completely sealed plastic housing. Cage clamp terminals at the bottom of the switch with Deutsche Bahn approval iF product design award Schaltbau toggle switch Series K has been granted the iF product design award 2012. Donated in 1953, the award is a recognized seal for excellent product design the world over. Tricon Design AG, a company with a lot of expertise in traffic engineering, was commissioned by Schaltbau with the design of the switch.

Exhibitions

Meet this supplier at the following exhibition(s):

The Battery Show - Europe 2024
The Battery Show - Europe 2024

18-20 Jun 2024 Stuttgart (Germany) Hall 8 - Stand F35

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    ees Europe

    19-21 Jun 2024 Munich (Germany) Hall B2 - Stand 381

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