Switches, Relays & Keypads


Rotary coded switches

18 August 2010 Switches, Relays & Keypads

Knitter-switch has rounded out its 7 x 7 mm rotary coded switch range with the launch of the SMR 70000 series.

The new rotary coded switches are surface-mount devices suitable for many applications in professional audio, broadcast and medical systems, as well as all types of industrial bus controllers and modules.

A variety of coding options are available over 10 or 16 steps and variants are offered for shaft or screwdriver operation, depending on the application. All SMR 70000 series rotary encoders are designed to offer a long life with a minimum of 20 000 cycles at 25 mA/24 V d.c.



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