McGill Offers Expanded Toggle, Rocker and Levolier Switch Lines
goods and general industrial equipment will appreciate the style,
versatility and reliability of McGill¹s expanded line of toggle, rocker and levolier switches. UL recognized and CSA certified, McGill switches are fabricated to precisely fit standard cutouts, plus feature quick-connect terminals that make them exceptionally easy to mount.
McGill metal toggle switches are constructed with die-cast bats and
cover plates, plus are available in single- and multi-pole versions in a variety of circuit configurations. Plastic designer toggles compliment the line in shapes and colors to meet styling requirements.
McGill rocker switches come in the popular Euro-style design, as well as in a traditional version. Engineers can select from single- or double-pole, rocker or paddle switches, lighted or non-lighted, and miniature versions including the McGill Stylette solid rocker.
McGill Levolier switches are renown for their convenience, reliability and safety. They feature an all-angle pull chain. Amp capacities range from 3 to 10 amps for AC and DC usage.
For more information, call 1-888-832-0660. On the web,
McGill Electrical Product Group manufactures a wide range of products for the contractor, industrial and commercial markets, including cord reels, switches, and portable and temporary lighting. McGill is part of the EGS Electrical Group.
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