Waterproof Demonstration of Pushbutton Switches
The IP rating is a standard that indicates the degree of protection against dust, water, and other environmental factors for electrical devices. The waterproof code is the second digit of the IP rating that refers to the level of water resistance. For example, "5" of IP65 means that the device is dust-tight and can withstand water jets from any direction. "7" of IP67 means that the device can be submerged in water up to 1 meter for 30 minutes. "8" of IP68 means that the device can be submerged in water deeper than 1 meter for a longer duration. More about IP code.
Our factory produces high-quality waterproof switches that can meet different IP ratings according to your needs. You can see in this video how our switches perform under water with a voltage of 24 volts. We also offer other voltage options for different applications. Our waterproof switches include pushbutton switches, emergency stops, rotary switches, indicator lights, and more. They are suitable for various outdoor and indoor environments where water exposure is possible or unavoidable.