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Metering panel part number question

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Metering panel part number question

Postby dechief » Thu Mar 27, 2008 4:05 pm

I have a PURC 5000 with the TLN2419A super gee whiz metering panel but a couple of the switches are bad and I don't have a manual to look up the part numbers. The bad switches are labled D1 and D2 on the lower right front panel. They are made by C&K and have the number 7101 stamped on them. I went to the C&K web sight and there are a gazillion combinations and it would be easier to just order them from Motorola if I had the part numbers.


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Re: Metering panel part number question

Postby Lake Effect » Fri Mar 28, 2008 4:37 am

D1 through D4 (S1202 - 1205 on the print) are all the same part number 4083685N04 in the parts list. I didn't check MOL to see if number is still good but the switch is a spdt that should be available at most suppliers.


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Re: Metering panel part number question

Postby WB6DGN » Sun Mar 30, 2008 11:34 pm

Switch is listed on AccessPoint as follows: SW TGL SPDT .4VA 20V BD MTG: with a list price of $10.25 each. Seems a bit expensive, but at least you don't have to spend a lot of time matching the physical characteristics.

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