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  • Ethernet Switches

    Company: CXR Larus

    The switches CXR Carrier Ethernet CE 2.0 allow easy and economical transition to 10 Gigabit Ethernet class operator while providing hardened features in temperature and electromagnetic immunity.

  • Switches

    Company: Vadatech

    VadaTech offers switching products for systems based on AdvancedTCA (ATCA), MicroTCA (MTCA/uTCA), AdvancedMC (AMC) and CompactPCI (CPCI) architectures. Our switches are designed to balance performance and price with innovative features that are unique in the industry.

  • Switches

    Company: National Instruments

    Whether you are performing high-accuracy, low-speed measurements on a dozen test points or high-channel, high-frequency characterizations of integrated circuits, National Instruments delivers a flexible, modular switching solution based on PXI or SCXI to help you maximize equipment reuse, test throughput, and system scalability.

  • Switches

    Company: CTS Valpey

    CTS is recognized as a leader in switch design and manufacturing. Our design and manufacturing expertise combined with unmatched quality, excellent customer service, and understanding our customer’s needs and expectations allow us to provide products that are at the forefront of our industry. As one of the first companies in the world to develop and manufacture DIP switch products, we continue to use our decades of experience to provide quality and reliable products to the market.

  • Switches

    Company: Omron Electronic

    Broad / flexible product line100% Quality TestedChoose from a variety of actuators, termination and mounting stylesRoHS CompliantPDF file Basic Switch Technical InformationBasic Switch Technical InformationPDF file Tactile Switch Technical InformationTactile Switch Technical InformationPDF file Switch Selection Guide - 2014Switch Selection Guide - 2014

  • CAM Switches

    Company: Rishabh Instruments

    The Wide range of Rish Rotary CAM switches cover most application with different contact design, contact material and terminals allow their use as control switches, instrumentation switches , motor control switches and Electronic circuitory.

  • AFS Series - Pressure Switches

    Company: Automation Components

    The AFS-262 differential pressure switches are general purpose proving switches designed for both HVAC and Energy Management applications. These pressure switches can be used to sense positive, negative, or differential air pressures.

  • SMH - Test Switches

    Company: STATES

    STATES Type SMH Test Switches combine over 60 years of experience in the design and manufacture of test switches with the latest improvements in material composition and construction techniques.

  • Matrix Switches

    Company: JFW Industries

    Is a collection of switches arranged in a matrix configuration.

  • Waveguide Switches

    Company: Dow-Key Mircowave

    Waveguide switches are electromagnetic switches with hollow circular or rectangular cross-sections and are used for routing RF energy in microwave communications, broadcasting, and in radar applications. Waveguide switches can be used to transfer both power and communication signals, and the bandwidth of a waveguide is in relation to its size, and thus always referred to by its size (e.g. WR112, WR90, WR75 etc.). Compared to coaxial switches, waveguides can route extremely high power signals over a narrow bandwidth at low to high frequencies, and now Lightweight Waveguide series is available.

  • SS1 - SCSI Switches

    Company: Paralan

    2x1 SCSI Switches that allow a different flavor of SCSI on each port.

  • Switches & Multiplexers

    Company: Analog Devices

    Analog Devices offers a comprehensive portfolio of switches and multiplexers covering single to multiple switch elements with various signal ranges in a variety of packages to best suit customer application needs. ADI switches and multiplexers are used in a wide and growing range of applications from industrial and instrumentation to medical, consumer, communications, and automotive systems.

  • Vibration Switches

    Company: Balmac

    Vibration switches are electronic vibration protection limit switches for commercial and industrial rotating machinery. The switch sensors and electronics are integral and it mounts directly to the machine. Models 550, 550-X, and 555 provide 4-20 mA outputs for remote monitoring. Limit Relays connect directly to PLC,s, DCS's or other control systems.

  • Rotary Switches

    Company: ELMA Bustronic

    Elma's Rotary Switch Division encompasses a broad range of switching and indicating solutions, control knobs and other quality components from all over the world. Our rotary switches are a staple in audio and industrial markets, and Elma's coded switches and encoders are the choice of premier two-way radio and medical equipment manufacturers globally.

  • Pressure Switches

    Company: Kobold

    Pressure switches are built for industrial gas and compatible low-viscosity fluid applications. These pressure-operated switches are ideal for uses demanding a rugged, robust design. Environmental protection is provided by a high-grade IP67 (NEMA 6) enclosure, and the internal design provides excellent resistance to shock and vibration. Both the KAS and KPS Series feature SPDT switches with a DC contact rating of 125V, 12W. The KAS Series pressure switch has an AC contact rating of 250V, 0.1A inductive load. The KPS Series pressure switch has an AC contact rating of 440V, 6A inductive load and 440V, 10A resistive load. Many conventional, as well as some unconventional, requirements for outdoor and indoor use are covered by KOBOLD KAS and KPS Series pressure switches.

  • Coaxial Switches

    Company: Dow-Key Mircowave

    An electromechanical switch made primarily for routing microwave signals/RF energy from one point to another within a transmission line. Coaxial switches can be used in either an industrial environment or in the lab. These electromechanical devices are also used for RF testing equipment and in large RF communication systems and networks. Coaxial switches vary by port configuration, switch type, maximum frequency, isolation, insertion loss, voltage standing wave ratio (VSWR) and package type. Coaxial switches are able to route RF signals over a broad bandwidth from DC to 40 GHz, and are now offered with the Low PIM option which will improve Passive Intermodulation levels from -110dBc (standard switch) to -160dBc.