MSM CS series with brighter and richer surface illumination

Schurter is expanding its existing MSM CS and MSM CS LA series with stronger illumination colours. The MSM CS and MSM LA CS series is available in the diameters of 19mm and 22mm. The switching function of the MSM CS series is momentary, while the switching function for the MSM LA CS is latching. The scratch-resistant ceramics surface is also great for laser lettering.

Now, Schurter is expanding the MSM CS and MSM LA CS series with three more bright illumination options: rich green, red, blue and bright white.

These new illumination options offer more prominent illumination in customer applications. The standard illumination voltage is 24V DC as usual. Other voltages are available on request, on a customer-specific basis.

Technical data:

  • Brighter and richer colours, available for blue, red, green and white
  • Available in diameters of 19mm and 22mm
  • Available as momentary and latching switch
  • Illumination voltage is 24V DC
  • Switching current MSM CS: 0.1A and 10A
  • Switching current MSM LA CS: 12A

Please go to www.schurter.co.uk for more information about the expanded MSM CS and MSM CS LA series for surface illumination.

SCHURTER Ltd

29 Stocklake Industrial Estate
Pembroke Road
Aylesbury
HP20 1DB
UNITED KINGDOM

+44 (0)1243 810810

sales@schurter.co.uk

www.schurter.co.uk

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