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Cole Hersee debuts line of sealed plastic switches

Jan. 17, 2012
Cole Hersee, the Commercial Vehicle Products division of Littelfuse Inc, has launched a new line of switches with a sealed engineered-plastic body that helps fleets endure the corrosive effects of winter road salt brine.

Cole Hersee, the Commercial Vehicle Products division of Littelfuse Inc, has launched a new line of switches with a sealed engineered-plastic body that helps fleets endure the corrosive effects of winter road salt brine. The line includes the 75920 master disconnect switch and the 95060 Series ignition switch.

“Municipal and state fleets preparing for winter operations now have some great options for withstanding rust and corrosion,” said Graeme Marsden, marketing communications manager for Littelfuse Commercial Vehicle Products. “The durable switches definitely help them extend equipment service life during harsh winter conditions.”

The high-amperage-capacity 75920 master disconnect switch protects vehicles from tampering, theft, and battery drain. Made of a sturdy, composite-engineered polymer housing, the switch has been tested in accordance with SAE J1455 for salt corrosion. Designed to withstand full immersion and keep working, the 75920 has an integral lockout feature that helps with lockout/tagout compliance. The heavy-duty switch can be used at 300 amps continuous or up to 3,000 amps intermittent duty.

The 95060 Series ignition switches include multiple electrical configurations, the single key code model 95060-23, and the 95061 lever ignition switches. Each of the switches is made with an engineered plastic body that prevents corrosion from attacking the switch. Also designed to resist adverse conditions and keep working, the series comes with an integral sealed connector and an optional pigtail harness. The UL-approved switches are rated for 12- to 48-volt applications.

Access www.colehersee.com or www.littelfuse.com for further information.

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