Single pole three-position switch with latching or momentary switch functions. Featuring a soft-touch contoured rocker actuator with optional illumination. The 3131 ist sealed to provide IP66 rated front of panel water splash protection.
from 20A until 20 A
|Number of poles||single pole|
|Terminal design||blade terminals|
|Auxiliary contacts||without auxiliary contacts|
|Water splash protection||without water splash protection|
|Typical life||30,000 operations at 1 x IN, inductive|
|Certificates||UL 1500 Ignition Protected|
|X3131||actuator for type 3131 with various marking symbols|
|Y 308 790 01||mounting frame side piece|
|Y 308 791 01||mounting frame centre piece|
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