Slide Switches

Slide Switches

SMT Slide Switches are completely sealed.

Miniature Series TG switches, offered in single-pole ON-ON or ON-OFF-ON models, measure .378 x 397 in. and project only .218 in. above pcb when mounted. Materials used in construction include UL94V-O plastics, gold-plated brass contacts, and brass with tin-lead alloy terminals. With contact rating of 0.4 VA at 20 V ac/dc max, products offer contact resistance of 20 milliohms max. Dielectric...

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Slide Switch handles frequencies over 30 MHz.
Slide Switches

Slide Switch handles frequencies over 30 MHz.

FS High Frequency Slide Switch is rated 0.4 VA max at 28 V ac/dc min. Internal, self-cleaning twin contact mechanism has gold plating which provides stable contact resistance. Incorporation of interior metal wall prevents crosstalk between poles. Terminals, made of copper with gold plating, are straight PC with wrap-around metal housing that protects switch. Switch is suitable for RF and...

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Switches are suitable for hand-held electronic devices.
Slide Switches

Switches are suitable for hand-held electronic devices.

Toggle, rocker and slide switches includes miniature, sealed, and subminiature versions. They feature choice of actuators, bushings, and mounting configurations for panel or PCB mounting. Available with silver or gold contacts, switches can be used in power or low level, dry circuit applications. Toggle, rocker and slide switches meet requirements for markets including: test and measurement...

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