The company is introducing its new T200 N-class high-temperature version miniature switches. The E7 Series switches are UL-approved with ratings from 0.1 A to 22 A 125/250 V a.c. Housed in a UL94V0 thermoplastic casing, the switches are designed to meet the robust and extremely high working temperature environments from -40°C to 200°C. Operation force is available from less than 15 gf to 400 gf. A large variety of actuator arms and terminals are also available for different customer applications.
A new high-reliability, low-operating force L-Series miniature microswitch is also being introduced. The new switch is UL-approved with ratings of 0.1 A and 5 A 125/250 V a.c., respectively, with a minimum of 100,000 electrical life cycles (UL Extended Life). Operation force is available from 10~100 gf, differential < 0.15 mm. Housed in a UL94V0 thermoplastic casing, the switches are said to be designed to meet high-sensitivity control applications where low force and small travel differential are required. T85, T125, T150, and T200 versions are available for different operating temperature environments, and a variety of actuator arms and terminals are available for different customer applications.
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