Waterproof Switch Products described in new Short-form from knitter-switch

26th February 2013
Posted By : ES Admin
Waterproof Switch Products described in new Short-form from knitter-switch
knitter-switch has published a four page short-form catalogue which highlights the company’s comprehensive waterproof switch offering designed to suit all types of outdoor applications as well as those requiring protection against moisture ingress.
Although the new short-form provides brief product specifications, it also points the reader to the relevant parts of the 2013 general catalogue which is being launched at electronica 2012 in Munich.

knitter-switch offers more than 18 switch product families with waterproof characteristics - many rated to IP67, as well as membrane and rubber keypads and a recently launched steel keyboard range. knitter-switch offers a comprehensive standard selection of toggle, tact and pushbutton switches together with rotary coded switches and a family of snap action switches.

In addition, knitter-switch can supply a wide variety of options including a choice of actuator colour as well as the colour, material and surface finish of switch casings and so on.

Depending on the application, knitter-switch can also supply protective silicone or chloroprene rubber covers which can protect against the ingress of dirt and sand etc.

A wide range of standard DIL, TACT, Rotary Encoder, Toggle and Push-button Switches are available direct from knitter-switch and a number of distributors throughout Europe.

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