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Process Sealed Toggle and Pushbutton Switches

Fri, 11/16/2007 - 4:16am

CIT RELAY & SWITCH  BST & BSP Sub-Miniature, Process Sealed Toggle and Pushbutton SwitchesCIT Relay & Switch announces the BST and BSP Series toggle and pushbutton switch series, providing design engineers versatile, multiple function toggle and momentary pushbutton switches for use in a variety of applications. Both offer a wide variety of termination options. The BST toggle is available with numerous actuator lengths and optional gold contacts. The BSP pushbutton features a snap-in mounting option. Both series offer an electrical rating of 3A at 120V DC or 28V DC. Electrical life for both is 30,000 cycles; contact resistance is less than 20 mW initially at 2V DC to 4V DC, 100 mA and insulation resistance is greater than 1000 MW initially. Dielectric strength is 1000V rms minimum.  All materials in the BST toggle and BSP pushbutton are RoHS compliant and CUL recognized. The BSP actuator is thermoplastic polyester; housing is 6/6 nylon, glass filled, flame retardant, heat stabilized, UL94V-0. The option support bracket is tin-lead plated brass. The BST actuator is chrome plated brass; housing is 4/6 nylon, glass filled, flame retardant, heat stabilized, UL94V-0. The option support bracket is tin plated brass. Contacts and terminals are gold or silver plated copper alloy. This switch is suitable for use in consumer, instrumentation, computer and computer peripheral, telecommunications, test equipment, security, audio, medical and wherever applications require sub-miniature, process sealed switching. Volume pricing starts at $1.00, dependent upon option selection.
CIT Relay & Switch
763-535-2339, www.citswitch.com 

Click here for more information on the BST: http://www.citswitch.com/Catalog pages/Switches/BST Catalog.pdf

Click here for more information on the BSP: http://www.citswitch.com/Catalog pages/Switches/BSP Catalog.pd

 

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