MSM CS series with brighter and richer surface illumination

Brighter and richer colors create an even more attractive product

Luzern, (PresseBox) - SCHURTER is expanding its existing MSM CS and MSM CS LA series with stronger illumination colors.

The MSM CS and MSM LA CS series is available in the diameters of 19 mm and 22 mm. The switching function of the MSM CS series is momentary, while the switching function for the MSM LA CS is latching. The scratch resistant ceramics surface is also great for laser lettering.

Now, SCHURTER expands the attractive MSM CS and MSM LA CS series with three more bright illumination options: Rich green, red, blue and bright white.

This new illumination options offers a more prominent illumination in customer applications. The standard illumination voltage is 24 VDC as usual. Other voltages are available on request, on a customer specific base.

Technical data:
- Brighter and richer colors, available for blue, red, green and white
- Available in the diameters 19 mm and 22 mm
- Available as momentary and latching switch
- Illumination voltage is 24 VDC
- Switching current MSM CS: 0.1A and 10A
- Switching current MSM LA CS: 12A


Datasheet MSM CS 19 [1]

Datasheet MSM CS 22 [2]

Datasheet MSM LA CS 19 [3]

Datasheet MSM LA CS 22 [4]


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SCHURTER is an internationally leading innovator and manufacturer of electric and electronic components. The company focuses on safe power supply and easy-to-use equipment. Its extensive product portfolio comprises standard solutions in the fields of circuit protection, plugs and connectors, EMV products, switches, input systems and electronic manufacturing services. SCHURTER's global network of representative offices ensures reliable delivery and professional customer service. Where standard products are unsuitable, the company develops client-specific solutions.

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