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Camden CM-2030 Cast Aluminum Narrow Stile Mortise Key Switch (Maintained)

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Camden CM-2030 These heavy duty cast aluminum faceplate key switches are only 1-3/4" wide, and are perfect for mounting in door jambs, or other space-restricted areas. For use with standard 1" - 1-1/4" mortise cylinders (sold separately).

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• Indoor or outdoor flush applications
• Mullion style - only 1 3/4" wide
• Perfect for aluminum door frames
• Accepts standard mortise cylinders - 1" to 1-1/4"
• Heavy duty 1/4" thick aluminum plate
• 1 piece die cast construction
• Vandal resistant
• Tamper proof screws provided
• Heavy duty rubber gasket provided
• Color coded 18 AWG soldered leads
• Casted centre rib protects switches from damage
• Brushed aluminum finish

Mortise cylinder not included

Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer Camden Door Controls
Model CM-2030
Dimensions 4-1/2" x 1-3/4"
Standard Finish Brushed Aluminum
Switch Mode Maintained Action
Switch Configuration SPDT
Voltage 12/24/30 VAC
Switch Rating 6 Amp Rated
U.L. Listed UL/CSA approved
Warranty 1 Year Warranty
Weight 1.0000

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