PK52 for Glass Doors

PK52 for Glass Doors
Address: TSL-ESCHA GmbH
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TSL-ESCHA GmbH

PK52 for Glass Doors

Push Button for Installation in Glass Doors of Buses and Trains

Double-Sided Simply Good

The PK52 push button series has proven itself in the market. Now TSL has developed a new double-sided version of the PK52 for glass mounting.

The special highlight: Thanks to the movable cable cover, the new spacer ring can be easily adapted to different door profiles, thus compensating for tolerances and gap dimensions. The cable covers are available for five different angles for adaptation to the respective door profiles.

Another special feature: TSL is the only manufacturer to offer a push button for glass thicknesses from 4 to 14 millimeters.

The PK52 stands out on the push button market due to its large active touch surface and small installation dimensions.

PK52 Push Button Series

The new double-sided PK52 for installation in glass doors of buses and trains is the perfect addition to the popular push button series. This impresses with its very good lateral recognition of the status displays and its haptic button feed- back as well as with an optional, acoustic orientation signal.

On the PK52, the fastening screws are covered by a stainless steel bezel. This offers great advantages in many areas: The powder-coated front panel is available in various RAL colors, which then stand out from the vehicle in a contrasting way. Optionally, the touch surface can also be provided with a coating resistant to graffiti remover.

A diverse and individual selection of function programs, colors and sound signals complete the push button series.

Download the full PDF here.

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