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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
  • Limit Switches: Inductive Single Limit Switch
  • Limit Switches: Inductive Multiple Limit Switch
  • Analog switches
    of an n-channel and a p-channel device in parallel. This configuration lets the switch handle analog currents flowing in either direction through the switch. A point to note about analog switches is that there are parasitic circuit elements between the control and the analog signal paths. Circuit