New TK Tactile Mini Trim Switch is Designed for Grips and Control Panels

Press Release Summary:

  • Offers unsealed, dusttight to IP64, and watertight to IP68S sealing level choices
  • Features are 4-way, logic level, momentary contact switch and pushbutton option
  • Ideal for aircraft, off-road and material handling applications

Original Press Release:

OTTO Introduces Its New TK Tactile Mini Trim Switch with a Center Pushbutton Option

CARPENTERSVILLE, Ill., June 28, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- OTTO, an industry leader in the design and manufacturing of control switches, joysticks and grips, announces the new logic level TK tactile mini trim.

The TK Mini Trim is a tactile, 4-way, logic level, momentary contact switch with a center pushbutton option designed to fit easily in grips and control panels. The TK's shorter behind panel length is nearly 2/10" shorter than OTTO's traditional T4-T Mini Trim allowing for increased functionality and efficiency in any application.

The TK offers three sealing level choices: unsealed, dusttight to IP64, or watertight to IP68S. The TK is a tactile switch which offers a positive click action indicating circuit transfer to the operator and is ideal for grip applications in aircraft, off-road and material handling.

For more information on OTTO's controls, switches and grips, please visit our website at:

About OTTO

OTTO designs and manufactures precision switches and control grips including mechanical switches; Hall Effect switches with digital and analog output options. OTTO's portfolio includes sealed and lighted high performance, snap action, rocker, pushbuttons and toggles as well as commercial and military control grips and Hall effect technology joysticks.

Our switches, joysticks and control grips perform every day in some of the toughest applications including heavy equipment, aerospace, marine, medical, communication and other demanding markets.

OTTO is located in Carpentersville, Illinois.

CONTACT: OTTO, Jim Starkey, P: 847.654.8203, F: 847.428.1956,

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