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LED Indicators

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LED IndicatorsThe CD Series of LED indicators from Visual Communications Co. (VCC) are panel-mount devices for applications in machinery, automation, controls, and aircraft.

The indicators keep moisture and dust out with an IP67 rating. A protruded 3-mm LED and prominent nickel-plated provide high daytime visibility. A lock washer, hex nut, and gasket seal protect against vandalism, shock, and vibration. Viewing angles of 25° to 60° make the CD Series easy to see from a range of vantage points.

An optional resistor for 5V-28 VDC and 120 VC provide design flexibility. The LEDs are available in red, green, yellow, blue, and white.

Photonics Spectra
May 2020

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