Four-way adjustable direction switch

  • 11-Jun-2013 08:53 EDT
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Designed for mirror control in automotive and industrial applications, C&K Components’ CS-41001E Series four-way adjustable direction switches feature customizable wire harnesses and connectors to ease the assembly process. The rugged four-way switch has brass or tin-plated terminals that provide an operating life span of 10,000 cycles minimum, making it suitable for vehicles and harsh industry settings. CS-41001E Series switches are designed with a high-operating force to take user abuse and provide long life cycles. The four-way adjustable direction switch’s sound (tunability), feel (haptics), and control (interface) can be designed to suit customer preferences. The series has an operating temperature range of -40 to +90°C (-40 to +194°F), a contact rating of 0.2 A at 12-V dc, and a dielectric strength of 500-V ac.

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