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Foot Pedal Switch, Pedal Switch TFS-2 Nonslip Aluminum Alloy Ele

$7

Foot Pedal Switch, Pedal Switch TFS-2 Nonslip Aluminum Alloy Ele

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Product description

Features:


Durable aluminum alloy shell, not easy to damage for frequent using. Adopted of silver contacts, with good electric conductivity. Internal thickening pressure spring extends service life of the switch. Nonslip surface design, convenient to control by foot. Applicable for assembly line, welding machine, machine tool equipment, etc.






 

Specification:

Model: TFS-2
Rated voltage: 250V
Rated current 10A
Operation frequency: 1000 times/hour
Mechanical life: 1,000,000 times
Electrical life: 300,000 times
Shell material: Aluminum alloy
Color: Green

Package weight: Approx. 207g/7.3oz

 

Package list:

1 * Foot Pedal Switch

Foot Pedal Switch, Pedal Switch TFS-2 Nonslip Aluminum Alloy Ele

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