Get superior military-grade construction with JEGS Military Spec Waterproof Toggle Switches. Featuring a bonded seal between the toggle lever and bushing, and between the cover and case. The robust design is well-suited for military, aerospace and other demanding conditions where reliability is essential. Applications include environments where the switches are subjected to mechanical shock, vibration, and temperature extremes as well as environments with dust, splashing or directed water. These 20 Amp toggle switches offer a standard lever with single pole throw and screw terminals. Screw terminals are screwed directly to the switch housing, no tab mount. Military Spec Toggle Switches provide reliable performance with a long operating life under the toughest conditions. Made in the USA
- Environment-proof sealing
- Single pole circuitry
- Standard levers
- 2 position, constant or momentary toggle action
- Wide temperature range: -85° F to 160° F
- Completely sealed switching chamber
- Step-design case provides added space between terminals to help prevent shorting
- Silver alloy contacts
- Rated up to 20A, ac and dc capability
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