75600-04 by COLE HERSEE
75600-04 by COLE HERSEE - 75600-04 - Electronic Windshield Wiper Switches Series
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75600-04 by COLE HERSEE

Manufacturer:COLE HERSEE

75600-04 - Electronic Windshield Wiper Switches Series


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COLE HERSEE part description

ElecDirect.com is your online source for Cole Hersee Windshield Wiper Switches in numerous configurations for dependable control of windshield wiper systems on heavy duty vehicles. They are also available with both variable speed control and PUSH-TO-WASH features.

All products listed in this section can be found in Section E of the Cole Hersee D-275 CATALOG.
  • For one motor, 12V DC.
  • With dynamic parking.
  • With intermittentSome switches are designed for infrequent (or intermittent) use. Devices such as solenoids may need a cooling period before they should be re-actuated. Rating a switch for intermittent use typically allows it to operate at a higher current than might otherwise be recommended. See CONTINUOUS. You can use a Continuous Duty Solenoid in place of an Intermittent Duty Solenoid, but it would have a shorter life expectancy compared to the purpose-built Intermittent Duty Solenoid. DO NOT use an Intermittent Duty Solenoid in place of a Continuous Duty Solenoid! delayA difference in time between the start of an event and its occurrence. Typically used in descriptions of fuses. A fuse with a short delay trips faster, but in many cases, a longer delay may be desirable. feature for permanent magnet electric wiper motors.
  • Ensures dependable control of windshield wipers on heavy duty vehicles.
  • Negative ground only.
  • 4 positions: Off-Park - intermittent range - Low - High.
  • Push-to wash one to three wipes after knob is released.
  • Black plastic knob with metal insert and set screwA threaded fastener typically used to hold a sleeve, collar or gear on a shaft to prevent relative motion. You can find it on several Cole Hersee brand knobs, many of which have a metal sleeve with set screw to insure reliable operation. A set screw normally does not have a head. Various socket types are provided to allow the set screw to be rotated. These types include hexagon socket, fluted socket, screwdriver slot and square head. , with white SAE washer-wiper symbol.
  • Diecast case 2 7/32" (56.4mm) square, 1 13/16" (46.0mm) long.
  • 7/16 - 28 thread mounting stem 0.45" (11.3mm) long.
  • Hexnut and lockwasher included.
  • Switches conform to SAE J1455, SAE J112a and SAE J234. switch controls most two-speed wiper motors.
  • Microprocessor design.
  • Six color-coded wire leads, 5" (127.0mm) long.
  • Wiring:
  • Red – Power
  • Black – Ground
  • Yellow – Low Speed
  • White – High Speed
  • Brown – Washer
  • Blue – Park
Description Windshield Wiper Switch
Details 12V DC for one motor
Dynamic Parking yes
Terminals Six color-coded wire leads
Mounting stem 7/16 - 28 thread mounting stem 0.45" (11.3mm) long
Actuator Round black knob
Actuator imprint SAE wiper symbol
Case diecast case 2 7/32" (56.4mm) square, 1 13/16" (46.0mm) long.
O-Ring seal no
Number of positions 4
Min qty
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