Acceleration switches control acceleration, spin, impact, recoil and directional vibration in a wide array of industries.
Switches manufactured for use in the aircraft and aerospace industry. Many are suitable for use in high vibration, high acceleration, and high temperature environments
Switches manufactured according to the specifications of the customer. These can include any type and any size of switch.
DIP switches are manual electric switches packaged in a group of standard dual in-line package (DIP). These switches are used on printed circuit boards.
Double Pole Double Throw (DPDT) Switches
A Double Pole Double Throw Switch is equivalent to two SPDT switches controlled by a single mechanism.
A variety of push-button and toggle switches used to control systems in residential, commercial and various other industries.
Explosion Proof Switches
Explosion proof switches are designed to perform in extreme conditions and withstand harsh impacts.
Flow switches, also called vane switches are mechanical switches that can be switched on or off in response to flow of fluid or air.
Foot switches can be used in a variety of applications for controlling a broad array of industrial machinery and systems.
Illuminated switches are backlit switches often used in dimly lit areas to make the switch more visible.
High Voltage Switches
High Voltage Switches are switches with high current ratings. They are typically built to be long-lasting and withstand harsh environments.
Analog and digital joysticks are manufactured for applications that require multi-axis force/hand control.
Electro-mechanical device used to sense the level of media in a container, opening or closing a digital switch to indicate status change.
A limit switch is an electro-mechanical device that consists of an actuator mechanically linked to a set of contacts.
Magnetic switches are operated by an applied magnetic field and can be used for a wide array of applications.
Membrane switches are used in industrial control applications and consist of an electrical, momentary switch device placed on a flexible substrate.
Military Specification Switches
Mil-Spec Switches are built according to strict regulations so that they can replace parts on military equipment easily.
Momentary Contact Switches
Pushbutton & Toggle switches that are used for medical equipment, telescopes, microscopes, machine tool tables & X-Y positioning equipment applications.
These are switches that are manufactured and sold in bulk, to the Original Equipment Manufacturer, often at a low cost.
Optical switches route an optical signal from one or multiple input ports to one or more output ports.
Pendant Switches are electrical control devices that are commonly hung from the ceiling or other overhead location.
Plunger switches are generally 2 position environmentally sealed switches. Plunger switches are commonly offered in multiple pole configuration designs.
Switches for pneumatic applications come in several types, including vacuum switches and pressure swtiches.
A pressure switch is used to make electrical contact when a certain set pressure has been reached on the switch's input.
Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Switches
PCB switches that can be mounted onto, and control, printed circuit board processes.
A proximity sensor is able to detect the presence of nearby objects, and open or close an electrical circuit without any physical contact via an electromagnetic/electrostatic field.
Push Button Switches
Push Button Switches are used commonly as emergency stop buttons and are built to withstand and resist damage from dirt, dust, water and other environmental hazards.
Relays are electrically operated switches utilizing electromagnets to operated a mechanical switch.
Rocker switches have a wide range of uses and when pressed, one side of the electromechanical switch is raised while the other side is depressed called rocking.
An electromechanical switch that is commonly used on devices which have two or more different modes of operations.
Safety switches can be used in a wide range of applications to turn off machinery and systems in emergency situations.
Selector switches are manually operated, multi-purpose, multi-position switches that are typically constructed in knob, key, or lever styles.
Single Pole, Double Throw (SPDT) Switches
SPDT Switches connect either of two terminals to the common terminal. This allows for control of two different operations with one switch.
Slide switches are electrical switches that operate with a slide mechanism usually parallel with the bottom of the switch base.
Solenoids use an electromechanical solenoid to turn high power circuits on and off in hydraulic machinery, control actuators and other industrial equipment.
Speed switches control the rotary motion of equipment, and are ideal for detecting unwanted slowdowns and stoppages of process equipment.
Used to increase or decrease differential temperature in industrial and light industrial applications that utilize air and water.
Tilt switches are used for rollover or tip over warning for lift vehicles in rugged terrains as well as in fall alarms, thermostats and more.
Electromechanical toggle switches are designed to provide simultaneous actuation of multiple electrical contacts, or to control large amounts of electric current.
Transfer Switches switch a load from the main utility power source to a standby power source.
Waterproof switches are used in process environments with particulate-laden air, outdoor exposure, or those environments requiring water washdowns.