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Jr Products 13635 Black 5th Wheel/tongue Jack Switch on

US $15.83

Avenel, New Jersey, United States

Avenel, New Jersey, United States
Condition:New Brand:JR Products EAN:0756815136358 Manufacturer:JR Products UPC:756815136358 MPN:544399 ISBN:Does not apply

JR Products 13635 Black 5th Wheel/Tongue Jack Switch

Product Features

  • Mom-On/Off/Mom-On
  • 16 Amp @ 125 VAC(CSA), 15 Amp @ 125 VAC(UL), 10 Amp @ 250 VAC, 3/4 H.P. @ 250 VAC, 16 Amp @ 12 VDC
  • UL/CSA/CUL/IP55 RoHS approved
  • Black
  • Cutout: 1.300” x 0.75”, Switch: 1.736” x 0.95”
  • 16 Amp at 125 VAC(CSA), 15 Amp at 125 VAC(UL), 10 Amp at 250 VAC, 3/4 H.P. at 250 VAC, 16 Amp at 12 VDC
  • UL/CSA/CUL/IP55 RoHS approved
  • Black pack of 1
  • Cutout= 1.736 inch x .95 inch - Switch= 1.30 inch x .75 inch

Product Description

12V 5Wheel/Tongue Jack Sw

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