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Universal Button

The Universal Button provides the customer 240 combinations in one convenient package. The faceplate is constructed of cast aluminum, allowing it to take tough knocks in stride, and is slightly oversized to cover old plate installation marks. The Universal Button package includes two sets of Form C contacts, a faceplate, three illuminated push buttons (red, blue and green), four interchangeable button messages and 10 interchangeable activation messages.
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