IGOYE is a quality based isolator switch manufacturer that’s focused on producing isolator switches for residential, commercial, and industrial electrical systems. All IGOYE isolator switches are designed and to the highest quality standards, offering unrivaled performance and durability.
Our Range of DC Isolator Switches
IGOYE’s isolator switches are available in a variety of configurations, including single-pole, double-pole, and three-pole. We also carry a selection of handle styles, including toggle, rocker and push-button as well as mounting options such as panel and DIN rail mounted isolator switches.
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IGOYE Manufactured Solar Isolator Switch
We produce high-quality isolator switches that are designed to effectively isolate your electrical system whenever needed, quickly and safely without causing any harm to the components. Being a professional isolator switch manufacturer, we understand the importance of quality and safety when it comes to isolating electrical systems and only use the best materials and components in our switches.
Experienced Isolator Switch Supplier
Founded in 2007, IGOYE is a professional isolator switch manufacturer with over 15 years of experience producing residential, commercial and industrial electrical switches.
R&D Based Isolator Switch Manufacturer
We have a strong focus on research and development at IGOYE and hold several patents for our products. We are also certified by various national and international organizations such as TUV, CE, UL, CCC and RoHS. This demonstrates our commitment to quality.
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