Sensors

knitter-switch widens range of detector switches

14th June 2016
Barney Scott

knitter-switch now offers an extended product range of detector switches. Detector switches are used for recognition of variation or manipulation of movable or removable parts such as caps, covers, or connections. For example, they are used in printers to notify users when the papertray is empty. They are also responsible for recognising manipulation of smoke detectors.

The detector-switches of the series DT and DTS are available in various configurations: normally open or normally closed (NO or NC), horizontal or vertical, SMT or through hole technology. They comply with highest requirements, withstanding operating temperatures of up to 85°C and up to 3.000.000 operations.

The detector switches - as well as the complete wide range of standard DIL, tact, rotary encoder, toggle and push-button switches are available directly from knitter-switch and a number of distributors throughout Europe. Samples are available on request.

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