Vandal-resistant push buttons

Within industrial facilities or in environments with high violence potential, the installation depends upon a reliable switching system. Our vandal-resistant push buttons ensure without question that unscheduled field visits due to use of force are reduced to the greatest possible extent.

 

 

Pushbutton-System RVB11

For protection against vandalism we recommend the use of convex pushbuttons (RV11). The pushbutton pressel consists of solid materials. The dot indicator for the pushbutton acknowledgement is in the center of the pushbutton. The engravings are placed on the right or left of the pushbutton on the faceplate. The pushbutton complies with the requirements of vandal protection class 2 and is available as option with water protection from the front side. Under the type designation code RVB30(W) these pushbuttons can be ordered with the serial connection element suitable for higher control voltages.

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Pushbutton-System RVD11

The pushbutton RVD11 is based on the same base element and offers the same protection as the convex pushbutton type. This pushbutton flush with the faceplate has a dot indicator shifted from the center, so that engraved figures or symbols can be applied. The pushbutton complies with the requirements of vandal protection class 2 and is available as option with water protection from the front side.
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Pushbutton-System RV34W

The pushbutton RV34W fulfils the requirements of the level of protection IP67 and the vandalism class 1. Thus there are unlimited application possibilities for this pushbutton. By its big pressel and its clear unambiguous symbolism it perfectly suits for the installation in firemen's lifts. We also deliver this pushbutton with high green edge for the main stop (RV34WH) on request.

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