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Standard-Duty Snap-Action Switches

Standard-Duty Snap-Action Switches

Ideal for general-use on appliances, gaming, vending machines, and industrial controls, these standard-duty switches offer snap action when heavy duty protection or special environmental concerns are not an issue.

Pin Plunger

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

SPDT Configuration

Button Pin Plunger

Pin Plunger

Panel Mount Pin Plunger

Bullet Nose Plunger

Finger Grip Plunger

DPDT Configuration

Gang Mount - Pin Plunger

Bullet Nose 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

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 Cofiguration

Short Roller Lever

Roller Lever

Long Roller Lever

DPDT Cofiguration

Roller Lever

Simulated Roller Lever

The end of the lever is rounded to simulate the functionality of a roller lever without the roller action for actuation initiated by a rounded surface.

SPDT Configuration

Hinge Lever

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

SPDT Configuration

DPDT Configuration

Wobble Stick

Also known as a flexible rod, spring rod, or cat whiskers, wobble sticks have a similar length as rod levers but can flex in any direction for full 360° capability.

SPDT Configuration