E-Switch Announces New Tilt Switch
Released on: November 05, 2010, 9:27 am
E-Switch's TM1000 Tilt Switch Has a 1,000,000 Life Cycle Expectancy
MINNEAPOLIS , MN --- E-Switch announces the TM1000 series tilt switch. With an 1,000,000 life cycle expectancy, the switch is environmentally friendly and contains no mercury. This tilt switch is triggered when it is tilted 45 degrees of the horizontal.
The TM1000 series switch is best used when orientation or position sensing requirements are needed in the application.
- Life Expectancy: 1,000,000 cycles
- Contact Rating : 20mA 24V (AC or DC)
- Contact Resistance (Initial Max) : 5 Ohms max
- Contact Arrangement : SPST
- Insulation Resistance: 100Megaohms min at 500VDC
- Dielectric Strength (1 min): 500 VAC
- Operating/Storage Temperature: -25°C to +70°C
The markets for the TM1000 series tilt switch include portable equipment, gaming and computer applications, security devices and medical equipment.
Visit E-Switch at www.e-switch.com to request your full-line catalog! You can also request a sample of one of over 4,000 discrete part numbers for one of your projects!
About E-Switch. In 2009, E-Switch, Inc. acquired Lamb Industries and now offers one of the broadest switch lines available today. Both companies have been delivering innovative and quality switches to the electronics, telecom, high tech, instrumentation, industrial, appliance and consumer markets since 1979. Located in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and Portland, Oregon, their global reach extends to Europe, Asia and Latin America. Products include Anti-vandal Switches, Rocker, Toggle, Slide, Tact, Pushbutton, Dip, Rotary, Keylock, Snap Action, Power, illuminated switches, and more. E-Switch has local reps, distributors, engineers and account managers on hand to provide specifying assistance and quick response to requests, along with a top notch sampling and cross-referencing program. E-Switch's online catalogs include complete specifications, drawings and schematics.
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