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Rotary Switches
July 2003
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In the company's lineup of rotary switches, wires are stripped and inserted into the switch with a unique push and lock design to reportedly eliminate the need for quick connect terminals, thus, reducing manufacturing costs. Several mounting options are also available, including snap-in, threaded bushing, or hook and screw in both plastic or metal to meet a wide range of applications. The push and lock design is also incorporated into the company's 2-pole designs and miniature models. All are UL and CSA listed.

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