111-8E - 

Rotary Switch, 8 Position, 8 Pole, 30 °, 15 A, 125 V, 111 Series

111-8E - Rotary Switch, 8 Position, 8 Pole, 30 °, 15 A, 125 V, 111 Series

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8 Position
8 Pole
111 Series
Non Illuminated
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The 111-8E is an eight-pole high-current non-shorting Power Tap Switch with quick-connect terminals, silver alloy contacts and melamine phenolic body. The power tap switch (high power rotary switch) is constructed to provide dependable, convenient to operate. All Ohmite tap switches, from 15 to 100A, have ceramic arc-proof bodies and metal alloy contacts. Their all-soldered and all-riveted construction assures mechanical and operational integrity. For 1/4-inch panel, maximum, using 3/8-32 bushing and hex nut. A 3/16-inch hole is required for the non-turn washer.
  • Slow-breaking, quick-make action proved best for switching AC current
  • Non-shorting type disconnects previous circuit before establishing contact for succeeding tap
  • Ceramic and metal construction provides resistance to arcing, burning and charring


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