Electronic Design

Keylock Switches Target Low-Voltage,Logic-Level Circuits

The SK series of pc-board-mount, keylock switches should find homes in low-voltage, low-current, logic-level circuits. Available in miniature and subminiature sizes, the SK models suit the industrial, commercial, aerospace, computer, peripheral, instrumentation, and security industries. The switches' positive detent mechanism ensures crisp actuation and an accurate setting. The contacts are self-wiping, providing the keylock switches with unequalled switching reliability. Also, the SK series' insert-molded terminals seal out flux, solvents, and other contaminants. The SK switches are designed for use in automated wave soldering and washing. The 9-mm bushing and housing are constructed of heat-resistant glass fiber and reinforced polyimide to allow vapor phase and infrared reflow soldering. All of the keylock switches are rated at 0.4 VA at 28 V ac/dc. The SK series keylock switches start at $7.37 each in 500-unit quantities.

NKK Switches
www.nkkswitches.com; (480) 991-0942

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