Sub-miniature toggle switch saves panel and PCB space

Posted By : Mick Elliott
Sub-miniature toggle switch saves panel and PCB space

A range of sub-miniature toggle switches, the Salecom TS40-T is available at distributor JPR Electronics. This compact switch offers designers space savings on PCB layouts and reductions in control panel size. The TS40-T switches are available in horizontal and vertical styles and feature gold plated terminal pins on a standard 2.54mm pitch for direct PCB mounting.

Salecom Electronics has been established over 40 years and designs and manufactures a very wide range of switches in ISO9001 and ISO14001 certified factories and their products carry UL, CSA, ENEC and CQC approvals.

Typical applications for the TS40-T range of sub-miniature toggle switches include consumer goods, telecommunications, instrumentation, medical equipment, telephone and cable modems, computer peripherals and network products.

Contact forms available are single pole double throw (SPDT) and double pole double pole (DPDT) with switching options of on-off or on-off-on.

Standard features include contact rating of 20V AC/DC at 0.4VA maximum, temperature range -30 to +85°C, operating life of >30,000 cycles at full load and RoHS compliance.

Paul Raynor, Director of JPR Electronics, comments, “The Salecom TS40-T range of sub-miniature toggle switches are a cost effective and reliable signal or power switch for a very wide range of applications and very popular with our customers.”

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