Keylock Switch

June 2, 2005
The JD Series of keylock switches are available in single-pole and double-pole versions with maintained or momentary silver-plated contacts.

They have a maximum resistive-load current of 4 A at 125 Vac or 2 A at 250 Vac with 1,000-Vrms minimum dielectric at sea level. Expected life is 6,000 cycles at full load. Fixtures include a nickel-plated alloy lock, two standard single-bitted brass keys, and a glass-filled polyester housing. The switches are targeted for point-of-sale terminals, cash registers, computers, control panels, appliances, medical equipment, and security applications.

Apem Components Inc.
63 Neck Rd., Box 8288
Haverhill, MA 01835
(978) 372-1602
apem.com

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