Double-Sided Push Button PK52 for Glass Doors in Trains and Buses

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Elberfelder Strasse 1
58553 Halver
Germany
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Door Opening Push Button PK52

Colourful, eye-catching, individual – this is how the new PK52 for installation in glass doors of buses and trains presents itself. The video shows the wide range of the door opening push button of TSL-ESCHA. A large selection of pictographs and colours of the front panel as well as various combinations of light signals are in the focus. Also the structure of the double-sided push button is shown in detail in an exploded view.

Read More: New Construction Type of Push Buttons for Glass Doors

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