Detect Switches Protect Network Data

Oct. 8, 2008
Ensuring no data losses in network devices, the MDS, SDS, SDT, and HDT series detect switches operate on the server blade as a safety mechanism to guarantee the blade is powered down. Primarily targeting ATCA applications, the switches are also viable

Ensuring no data losses in network devices, the MDS, SDS, SDT, and HDT series detect switches operate on the server blade as a safety mechanism to guarantee the blade is powered down. Primarily targeting ATCA applications, the switches are also viable for use in advanced mezzanine cards. The MDS series micro snap-acting detect switch is available in vertical and right-angle PCB-mount versions with a 2.9-mm travel while the SDS series side-actuated switch exhibits a 2-mm profile and a 2-mm over travel. With a 3.3-mm profile, the SDT series micro-mini pendulum detect switch offers top or side actuation and the HDT series micro-mini switch with top or side actuation sports a 3.35-mm profile. Typical pricing for the MDS, SDS, SDT, and HDT series ranges from $0.35 to $0.57 each/10,000. C&K COMPONENTS, Newton, MA. (800) 635-5936.

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