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INTEGRO FLOW Double Rocker Switch / chrome, shiny

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Item no. 48532
13 in stock
SVB price: 17,61 €
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This is a NET-price excluding German VAT. Shipments to countries outside of the EU may be subject to import duties and taxes.
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17,61 € This is a NET-price excluding German VAT. Shipments to countries outside of the EU may be subject to import duties and taxes.
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Item no.
48532
EAN
4011334240464
Model no.
936552518
Description
BERKER - INTEGRO FLOW Double Rocker Switch / chrome, shiny

Product details

The Berker Integro installation program meets highest demands! The rocker switches offer modern design and compact dimensions. With screw terminals. Due to the small size, they provide high flexibility.

  • dimensions: 55.5 x 55.5 mm
  • installation depth: 10 mm
  • construction: 14.5 mm

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Question:
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Mark A. asked
on 22 mars 2021
Flag of English what is the difference between the 48532 and the 48533 switch, the details do not give me enough information. i am trying to replace what looks like the same switch, the numbers on the back of the existing switch are 21563, can you help?
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W P. answered
on 26 mars 2021
With the number you gave us, I could not find out which switch it is. The difference between 48532 and 48533 is quickly explained: #48532# is a switch. You operate it and it remains in the selected position (ON or OFF). #48533# is a momentary switch (push button). As long as you press it, it is ON, when you release it, it automatically goes OFF.