Push buttons and signaling devices include a broad spectrum of operators. We offer push buttons, toggle switches, pendant stations, indicator lights, assembled operator stations, and operator station enclosures. Our audible and visual signaling devices include horns, loudspeakers, beacons, strobes, panel light bars and tower stack lights. They help to reduce downtime by signaling breakdowns and material shortages as well as alert operators of hazards.
30 mm Operators
Our 30 mm operators include push buttons, E-stops, selector switches, pilot lights, specialty operators, and assembled stations. We have the accessories and back-of-panel components you need to build your push button including contact blocks, guards, legend plates, and more.
22 mm Operators
Our 22 mm line of operators is designed and manufactured to demanding performance specifications. We use state-of-the-art solid modeling techniques and finite element analysis so that every component built into 800F operators is optimized for durability and performance.
Emergency Stop Devices
Our Emergency Stop Devices include enabling switches and cable pull switches. Our Lifeline™ series includes cable emergency-stop switches and cable actuated emergency-stop switches.
Our specialty operators include status indicators, small pilot lights, and push buttons. We offer 12, 18, and 22 mm status indicators for commercial grade and light industrial applications. Our small pilot lights and specialty push buttons are designed for heavy-duty applications and hazardous locations.
Audible Devices include general and high-performance electronic horns, panel mount signaling alarms, and hazardous location horns and beacons.
Visual Devices include panel mount Xenon strobes, mini square beacons, panel-mount with selectable steady or flashing light indicators, wall-mount signal lights, panel light bars, industrial round beacons, tower lights, stack lights and panel-mount dual circuit alarms.
In ROK Talk on Industrial Components Episode 5, Paul and Bill talk with Steve Litzau about the history, robustness, and reliability of Push Buttons.