The PV10 series is a 40 mm anti-vandal switch. This series provides a flat actuator, solder lug termination and multiple switch functions. Available as non-illuminated or the option of ring or center dot illumination, the PV10 series offers multiple LED color options, including several bi-color choices and illumination voltage options. It is IP65 rated and... Continue Reading →
The new year, 2019, is fast approaching! E-Switch is ahead of schedule with the release of the 2019 Product Matrix. The Product Matrix is our comprehensive catalog which features images and pertinent details on all of our switch categories such as tact, pushbutton, rocker, trigger, detector, dip, snap action toggle and more. If you need... Continue Reading →
The MR1000 is a recessed magnetic or reed type switch which comes in a 2 piece design. One piece contains the magnet and the other piece contains the reed switch. The MR1000 series is classified as a detector switch as its intended use is where position detection or sensing is required, such as the opening... Continue Reading →
The EG1315 slide switch is a surface mount PC board design and offers a compact package design of 2.60mm x 9.70mm with a 1.90mm profile height. The EG1315 provides SP3T contact arrangement, 1.50mm travel and actuation force of 150 – 200 gf. The contact rating is 25mA@24VDC with an electrical life of 10,000 cycles. Applications... Continue Reading →
The EG1215 slide switch is a surface mount PCB design and offers a compact package design of 2.60mm x 6.70mm with a 1.40mm profile height. The EG1215 provides SPDT contact arrangement, 1.50mm travel and actuation force of 150gf. The contact rating is 25mA@24VDC with an electrical life of 10,000 cycles. Applications for the EG1215 series... Continue Reading →
E-Switch releases the new TL3312 series tact switch. The TL3312 series is a miniature surface mount switch. The small footprint measures 3.7mm x 3.7mm with an ultra-low profile of 0.35mm. Two actuation force options are available – 160gf and 235 gf. The operating life for 160gf provides 500,000 cycles, while 235gf provide 50,000 cycles. This... Continue Reading →
E-Switch announces the new PVT4 series anti-vandal switch. The PVT4 series switch provides a crisp tactile response when engaging the actuator. Switch function is off-(on) momentary, SPST contact arrangement with an IP65 moisture protection rating. This PVT4 series offers ring lens style and five (5) LED illumination color options as well as three LED volt... Continue Reading →
The WS series sealed (IP67 rating) snap action switch offers three actuator styles: 15mm simulated roller lever, 20mm elongated lever, pin plunger; termination options include PCB pins, solder lugs and 300mm length wire leads. The series already features a mechanical life of one million life cycles, and is UL certified. Common applications for the WS... Continue Reading →
This is the last video in this video series. We will provide you with additional information when you choose the switches. Do you prefer more aesthetically pleasing switches or do you lean towards performance under certain circumstances? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TGYP4JZCQbI
This is the fifth video in this six video series. In this video, you will learn how to use our ‘virtual application’ site to find the perfect switches for your use. https://youtu.be/Yv-UuVs8oL8
E-Switch introduces a new addition to its anti-vandal line, the PVA3 Series. The PVA3 series switches require a 16mm panel cutout, provide ring pattern illumination and multiple LED color options, including RGB. Choose either flat or high actuator, as well as momentary or latching function. The PVA3 contact arrangement comes in SPST and provides IP65... Continue Reading →
This is the fourth video in the six videos series. In this video, you will learn about two options to attach switches to your product: Panel Mount and Printed Circuit Board.
This is the third video in the six videos series. It will give you the definitions on what poles and throws are, and we will also show you the top four circuits that we see in the market: SPST, SPDT, DPST, and DPDT.
This is the second video in the six video series. Three questions will be answered in this video: 1. Is the product AC or DC? 2. How many amperes does the switch need to handle? 3. What agency approvals are needed?