LCW series subminiature sealed snap switches

C&K's new LCW series offers cost effective subminiature sealed snap-acting switches

C&K LCW Series Subminiature Sealed Snap Switches

Snap-acting switches installed in smart energy meters may not be actuated for years, but should still operate reliably should the meter be attacked or vandalized. They have to be resistant and perform well in harsh environments.
 
C&K's new LCW series offers cost effective subminiature sealed snap-acting switches. With a wide variety of actuator configurations including pin plunger, short lever, long lever and simulated lever, these switches are highly adaptable and suitable for a wide range of applications, mostly found in the industrial market. Their compact design and range of available terminal configurations deliver valuable space savings when mounted on a PCB.
 
The LCW series comes with a contact rating up to 0.1A which is fitting for signaling. The switch is certified to UL61058-1, rated to IP67 and fully RoHS compliant. It can be used in harsh envrionmental conditions with operating temperature ranging from -40°C to +120°C. It has an electrical life of 10,000 cycles which is ideal for supporting applications with an extended lifespan.

 

Features

  • Compact design
  • Quick connect, solder terminals, PC terminals, wire leads option
  • Wide variety of actuator styles
  • RoHS compatible, RoHS compliant
  • IP67
  • New generation price competitive

 

Applications​

  • Smart energy metering
  • Switchgear
  • Motorized equipment
  • Sump pump
  • Thermostatic controls

C&K LCW Series Subminiature Sealed Snap Switches | Avnet Abacus

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