All switches in this series are three-position, single-axis, single-pole switches with a locked center position. Motion to actuate them requires a short, deliberate axial "PULL" of the handle before motion can occur to either side of the zero or "OFF" position. The outside positions can be either "locked", "maintained" or "momentary" depending upon the detent style chosen.

Detent styles
LOCKED "L" means that the operator must employ a pulling action before any actuating motion can occur.
MAINTAINED "D" means that the handle remains in the operated position when the actuation force is removed. However, a return force is required to move the handle to the "OFF" position.
MOMENTARY "M" means that when the handle is released at any of the actuated positions, it automatically returns to the "OFF" position.
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31LLLX
31LLLX
N/A Three-position, single-pole switch. The center position and both outside positions are fully locking.
31DLDX
31DLDX
N/A Three-position, single-pole switch. The center position is fully locking. Both outside positions are maintained.
31MLMX
31MLMX
N/A Three-position ,single-pole switch. The center position is fully locking. Both outside positions are momentary.
31LLDX
31LLDX
N/A Three-position, single-pole switch. The center position is fully locking. The handle is locked on the keyway side, and maintained on the opposite side.
31LLMX
31LLMX
N/A Three-position, single-pole switch. The center position is fully locking. The handle is locked on the keyway side, and momentary on the opposite side.
31DLMX
31DLMX
N/A Three-position, single-pole switch. The center position is fully locking. The handle is maintained on the keyway side, and momentary on the opposite side.
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