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GE 1076CW-N Recessed Steel Door Contact (White)GE 1076CW-N Recessed Steel Door Contact (White)
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GE 1076CW-N Recessed Steel Door Contact (White)

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GE 1076CW Recessed Steel Door Contact. The contact is designed specifically for use in the steel doors commonly found in commercial building applications. The unique housing design features a rugged unibody construction with flexible ribbed sides for quick, secure installation without gluing. Wide gap protects against false alarms from loose-fitting doors.

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Product Description


• Recessed steel door magnetic contact with wire leads, 3/4 in. diameter, 3/4 in. (in steel) 2 in. (in wood) gap size, SPDT.
• Special ribbed sides allow for easy installation
• Rugged unibody construction for maximum durability and reliability
• Recessed installation makes contacts less visible and more difficult to detect and defeat
• Available wider gap distance helps prevent false alarms caused by loose-fitting doors and windows
• Color: White

Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer GE Security
Model 1076CW-N
Dimensions 3/4 in. diameter, 3/4 in. (in steel) 2 in. (in wood) gap size
Signal Switches SPDT
Finish Optional
Warranty 1 Year Warranty
Weight 0.2500


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