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Non-Illuminated Selector Switch Operators

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    22mm Selector Switch

    SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC

    Grainger Item # 6HN45 | Mfr. Model # ZB4BD922

    Catalog Page # NA

    Potentiometer, Rotary Action, Potentionmeter Type of Operator

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    Selector Switch, Non-Illuminated, Knob

    GE

    Grainger Item # 49A828 | Mfr. Model # P9CSMD0N

    Catalog Page # NA

    Non-Illuminated Selector Switch, 22mm, 2 Position, Maintained/Maintained Action, Knob Type of Operator, Color...More

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    Selector Switch, Non-Illuminated, Knob

    GE

    Grainger Item # 49A830 | Mfr. Model # P9CSMZ0N

    Catalog Page # NA

    Non-Illuminated Selector Switch, 22mm, 3 Position, Maintained/Maintained/Maintained Action, Knob Type of...More

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    Switch, Keyed Selector

    SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC

    Grainger Item # 4VW14 | Mfr. Model # ZB6AGH

    Catalog Page # NA

    Non-Illuminated Selector Switch, 16mm, Maintained/Maintained/Maintained Action, Keyed Type of Operator, Color...More

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      When you need selector switches for your industrial operation, Grainger has hundreds of illuminated and non-illuminated push button switches, rotary switches and other selector switches to choose from. For your convenience, you'll find both maintained selector switches that can rest in any of their positions as well as units that contain spring-return mechanisms for momentary operation. Another type of selector switch, known as a key switch, adds an extra layer of safety and security to your operations by requiring the insertion of a key before the switch can be actuated. Look to Grainger first when you're looking for selector switches.

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