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Heavy Duty Snap-Action Switches

Heavy Duty Snap-Action Switches

With a higher power capacity than general use snap-action switches, these are well-suited for heavy duty applications. They are often used on door interlocks, motor controls, and timers.

Pin Plunger

These switches are actuated when force is applied perpendicular to the pin at the end of the plunger.

SPDT Configuration, 20 A @ 250V AC Rating

Button Pin Plunger

Short Pin Plunger

Panel Mount Plunger

Roller Plunger

As the roller travels along a surface and force is applied, the force is translated from the roller to the plunger, which actuates the switch.

SPDT Configuration, 20 A @ 250V AC Rating

Roller Plunger

Cross Roller Plunger

SPDT Configuration, 15 A @ 600V AC Rating

Roller Plunger

Roller Lever

When the switch setup involves radial movement rather than linear movement, choose a roller lever. A roller on the lever reduces friction, which means less force is required to actuate the switch. When force is removed, the lever springs back to its original position.

SPDT Configuration, 20 A @ 250V AC Rating

Hinge Lever

Use a hinge lever in switch setups where the cam actuates in line with or parallel to the plunger.

SPDT Configuration, 20 A @ 250V AC Rating