AML76C10T01P - 

Switch Finger Guard, Honeywell AML Series Pushbutton Switches

AML76C10T01P - Switch Finger Guard, Honeywell AML Series Pushbutton Switches

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Honeywell AML Series Pushbutton Switches
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The AML76C10T01P is a Square Switch Guard protects square and rectangular 0.19-inch standard height pushbuttons from inadvertent actuation. It is for use with standard bezel type switches only. The switch guard cover made of clear color polycarbonate thermoplastic through which the button is easily visible. The word ''lift’’ is molded onto the top front edge of the guard. The bracket is bright-finished stainless steel. The switch guard may be assembled to the AML pushbutton before the switch is installed in a panel. Or, the guard can be assembled to a pushbutton already mounted in a panel, providing the wiring is sufficiently slack to raise the switch bezel above the panel; and if there is sufficient clearance with adjacent units. The AML switch guard may be mounted in horizontal or vertical matrices. A wire lock-down feature, using 0.02-inch diameter locking wire, may be used as an additional protection.



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