CIT Relay & Switch'sRA Series is a panel snap-in rocker switch with
non-illuminated and illuminated package styles to fit most design requirements.
This utility rocker switch has non-illuminated and single LED options with
eight switch function choices. The RA Series' housing color choices are black,
white and grey with six actuator color choices. There are thirteen actuator
marking choices and three LED colors, terminal options include quick connect,
solder lug, PC pins, right angle PC pins and left angle PC.
rating is 15A @ 125V ac or 8A @ 250V ac. Electrical life is 10k cycles. Contact
Resistance is <50mW
initial. Dielectric Strength is 1500Vrms minimum with Insulation Resistance of
>100MW minimum. Operating
and storage temperature is -40 to 85C. The
RA Series is RoHS compliant and actuator and housing are 6/6 Nylon with silver
alloy contacts. Terminals are tin plated brass.
applications of the RA Series switch include test equipment, instrumentation,
industrial, audio, electronic games, appliance, video and reset and on/off
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