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Tiny Toggles Stifle Static Discharge

Tiny Toggles Stifle Static Discharge

Relying on an antistatic superstructure to thwart static discharges, the B Series process-sealed, PCB-mount subminiature toggle switches are quite viable for logic-level apps. They also employ the company’s sliding twin crossbar contact mechanism to ensure switching reliability and smooth, positive detent action. An optional threaded 6-mm diameter bushing for panel seal mounting meeting IP65 spec is also available. Other features include single- and double-pole models with a choice of eleven circuits in momentary and maintained actions, a 0.4 VA at 28 Vac/dc maximum rating, mechanical life of 100,000 operations minimum for maintained circuits and 50,000 operations minimum for momentary circuits, and an electrical life of 50,000 operations minimum. NKK SWITCHES, Scottsdale, AZ. (480) 991-0942.
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