APEM KL Series locking rocker switch

Cab & Interior | January 19, 2012

The APEM KL Series locking rocker switch is available in single- and double-pole models with multiple electrical functions. The switch is rated for 10-amp 24-volt DC for 10,000 cycles and at 5-amp 24-volt DC for 100,000 cycles. Gold plated contacts are offered for switching rated at 20A 12V for 300,000 cycles. The KL Series is available with 14 different terminal options including solder lug/quick-connect and screw terminals. The switch is designed to be mounted into a 1.45-in. by 0.83-in. panel cut-out.

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