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posted in January 2010
Snap-acting switch sealed to IP67 includes right-angle mount configurations
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1/27/2010   Post a comment
C&K expands its ZMS series subminiature snap-acting switch line to include right-angle mount configurations
Seamless high permeability magnetic shielding tubing meets tight tolerances and offers better shielding performance
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1/21/2010   Post a comment
A.T. Wall Company has partnered with The MuShield Company, of Londonderry, New Hampshire, to develop M_Shield® seamless high permeability magnetic shielding tubing, which offers shielding capability that is 20-30 percent better than a formed and welded product, depending on the welding method used.
Sealed high voltage and high current reed relays measure 24x6.4x8.9mm
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1/12/2010   Post a comment
The miniature SIL HV series high voltage and high current reed relays can switch up to 1000V and carry up to 5A, in an epoxy sealed, single-in-line package measuring only 24x6.4x8.9mm.
Subminiature toggle switches feature antistatic superstructure
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1/5/2010   Post a comment
NKK Switches has designed its latest B Series of process sealed, PCB mount, antistatic, subminiature toggle switches for logic level applications.


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