NKK Switches G3T, G3B Series


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Surface mount toggle and pushbutton switches

The G3T Series and G3B Series of ultra-miniature, process sealed, surface mount toggle and pushbutton switches are for handheld equipment as well as high-density mounting. Both series’ feature NKK’s award winning STC (Sliding Twin Crossbar) contact mechanism. This innovative design guarantees unparalleled logic level switching reliability. The contacts are gold plated and wiped clean with every actuation, providing a smoother, positive detent actuation and increased contact stability. The bushing and housing are constructed of one molded piece and a rubber o-ring surrounds the actuator. In addition, a rubber seal surrounds the base where it fits into the actuator. The terminals are epoxy sealed and molded in to lock out flux, solvents and other contaminants.
480-991-0942
sales@nkkswitches.com
www.nkkswitches.com


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