COST-effective, sub-miniature microswitches, introduced by Omron , feature increased resistance to flux damage for ease of assembly.
Targeted at office and consumer electronics as well as industrial automation, the new Omron SS-P subminiature microswitches feature an insert moulded case, which brings increased flux resistance.
Pin-compatible with Omron's established SS range, the new microswitches are based on a simple construction with a single leaf spring.
Omron is offering the SS-P range with pin-plunger, hinge lever or roller-lever actuation. All styles are available with PCB, solder or quick connect terminals.
Whilst the standard switch is rated at 3A, 125V, a microload version is available suitable for switching as little as 0.1A.
The new SS-P switch complements Omron's existing SS and D3V ranges of microswitches. The standard SS switch features a two split spring construction, extending service life to over 30 million operations.
This switch is offered in a huge range of styles and specifications, including low or high operating force.
Omron D3V switches feature mounting pips moulded onto the switch body, which not only accommodate the Omron's standard lever range, but can also be used to attach custom levers designed to suit individual applications.
The D3V switch itself is available in 6, 11, 16A or 21A versions with a choice of operating forces.