Analog rocker switches

  • 04-Jun-2010 02:22 EDT
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Durable AR3 and AR5 Hall-effect noncontact sensing analog rocker switches from C&K Components feature a rocker life of more than 2 million actuations, short-circuit protection, and integrated temperature compensation. Both switches use one sensor as standard with an optional second sensor and provide a suitable proportional function for off-highway vehicle and heavy-duty industrial equipment applications. The switches were designed for use in standard and custom multifunction grips, dashboard panels, and armrest controls. AR5 rockers allow for customized fingertip-style actuators common in off-highway applications and offer different lengths and color combinations, with an operating temperature range of -40 to +85°C (-40 to +185°F). AR3 switches feature an improved operating force and a temperature range from -35 to +70°C (-31 to +158°F) and are sealed to IP65 specifications from above when mounted. Both switches are RoHS-compliant and compatible.

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