TACT switch offers joystick functionality
Offering a flexible solution to HMI control functionality the MEC Navimec switch concept offers product designers a circular soft-touch TACT switch with joystick functionality.
Anti-vandal pushbutton switches in all technologies
knitter-switch has extended its product range of Anti-Vandal Pushbutton Switches. The new brochure can be ordered or downloaded on the knitter-switch homepage.
Soft feedback tactile switch with ultra-low sound
C&K has enhanced its tactile switch offering to include a low sound, long travel and positive tactile feedback version. The Tact Low Sound (TLS) Series provides advanced haptic communication with ultra-soft feedback that can be customised to meet vehicle interior requirements.
High current inductors come in small form factor
The new SRP High Current Shielded Inductors from Bourns are now in stock at distributor TTI.
Film type inductors use ceramic as insulator
The LQP Family of Film Type Inductors from Murata is now in stock at distributor TTI.
Relay switches cover frequencies of 6.5GHz to 40GHz
A new series of double ridge waveguide electromechanical relay switches that perform over broader frequency bands has been introduced by Fairview Microwave.
Wireless charging coils replace end-of-life devices
Powdered iron-based, WPC-compliant (Wireless Power Consortium) wireless charging coils that offer direct replacements for devices for which end-of-life (EOL) was announced in 2017 have been released by Vishay Intertechnology.
UL & TÜV approved VM3 series snap action switch
CIT Relay & Switch has announced that it is now offering the VM3 Series Snap Action Switches with UL and TÜV approval. Featuring 0.187” or 0.250” termination, the VM3 Series offers SPST NO, SPST NC or SPDT functions with operating force from 80gF u...
Snap-action switches offer operating force up to 350gF
Two new Snap-Action Switch series manufactured by CIT Relay & Switch have been released by distributor New Yorker Electronics.
ZF gains NCKL2/8 approval for D4 microswitches
In the last few years new refrigerants have been developed which are more environmentally friendly. Despite this huge advancement, there is the possibility that units with D4 microswitches can become flammable in certain conditions.