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Electric switch with detector probe

Image Number 5 for United States Patent #5593021.

An electrical switch of a type having a detector probe with a sensor and a mounting, includes a housing having a bottom and a top which are detachably connected together solely by complementary locking elements. The mounting of the detector probe is rotatably supported in the top via a trunnion and secured by a fixture. Snapped onto the top is a cover which secures, partly via the fixture, the locking elements in their locking position and also secures the fixture in place, to thereby attain an assembly of the components of the switch without resorting to the use of screw fasteners.

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