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Momentary Key Switch with 2 Keys
How long is the shaft? Can it be mounted in a 3/4 wood panel?
The thread length is 7/8" so the thickest material i would recommend mounting to would be 3/4".
Date published: 2014-11-11
if I order two switches, can I get them both with the same key?
Unfortunately no, all of our switches are keyed differently.
Date published: 2014-06-12
How do you attach wires to the round terminals?
What are they called I haven't used a terminal like this before.
Those terminals are cups and are designed to be soldered.
Date published: 2013-05-01
What is meant by Momentary?
Does it spring back to the open position when you let go of it, (like a car starter switch), or does it remain in the closed position, but unable to pull out the key?Can the key be removed from the lock while it is in the closed position?
This switch only passes signal when the key is turned. it is spring loaded so it treturns to normal when pressure is released.
Date published: 2013-04-16
Can I have this ordered with multiple keys
I have Moose product inc MPI-25 alarm system. It uses a momnetary key to arm and disarm. Will this work with my system. Also Can I have 10 keys made for this lock.
These are only shipped and available with two matching keys.
Date published: 2012-09-25
Cant tell what type or how many Terminals
is there a return spring looking to use on motor with electric start
These are SPST momentary switches with 2 N.O. terminals. They are open until you turn the key, then the 2 contacts are closed "momentarily."Solder and heat-shrink 18ga minimum copper-stranded wire to these terminals to meet the contact current spec of 3A. Use larger wiring, >14ga for longer runs.
Date published: 2012-02-27