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SWITCHES National Microchip MISC Not Provided Not Provided
SWITCHES ASAP Semiconductor INSULATOR / 1589444-5 Not Provided SWITCHES
SWITCHES ASAP Semiconductor NEW Not Provided SWITCHES
SWITCHES22NH135MMLF ASAP Semiconductor APT Not Provided Not Provided
59311SWITCHES National Microchip Not Provided Not Provided Not Provided
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  • Switch Tips: Photointerrupter switches
    Ordinary electromechanical switches are not the only choices for applications demanding long life. To get a long-lived switch it is possible to use a photointerrupter in lieu of mechanical fixed and movable contacts. Photo interrupters also avoid the ancillary limits of lubricants and internal I2R
  • Switch Tips: Float-level switches
    near the hinge. In the usual application mode, a rising fluid level moves the arm nearer the horizontally mounted stem. Once in close proximity, the magnets actuate a reed switch in the stem. Bent stem float-level switches are also designed for installation on the tank side. They consist
  • Switch Tips: Ultrasonic level switches
    Ultrasonic switches transmit a signal in the range of a few megahertz to a receiver across a gap. The signal attenuates severely when passing through air, but the presence of liquid greatly enhances transmission. Thus signal strength of the ultrasonic burst serves as the sensing mechanism. Upon
  • Switch Tips: Electro-Optic Level Switches
    or which leaves a solid residue. These switches typically sense liquid level to within +-1 mm. They operate from 4 to 20 mA at 5 or 12 Vdc with no load. Most of this power is consumed by the LED. All their components are solid state. Switch outputs are compatible with TTL and CMOS circuitry. Open
  • Switch Tips: Lead-free solders and electromechanical switches
    . No commercial products in the U.S. currently use lead-free solders. However, major solder manufacturers such as the have been testing various alloys for a couple of years. A move to lead-free solders could force switchmakers to change the material they use for some switch parts. The housings
  • Reed Switch FAQs
    This document contains several frequently asked questions regarding reed switches-. How does a Reed Switch work?. What are the advantages of Reed Switches?. Which are the different Reed Switch types?. What does "AT" stand for?. What makes Reed Switches differ in terms of AT values?. What
  • How to select a Pressure Switch
    This white paper will provide a foundation for understanding. the different types of pressure switches available and why one. should be selected over another. The information can be used. to specify switches when purchasing capital equipment or to. upgrade a switch that fails during operation
  • Reed Switch Electrical Ratings
    Electrical ratings are a guide only, application variables will affect switch operation and life. Test and evaluation of switches is always recommended and ACT application engineers can provide past experience and test data to recommend switches. Listed below are the most common switches used

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