Push Button Switches for Low Voltage PCB Mount or Hand Solder Applications

Southampton, PA. –CW Industries, a long recognized manufacturer of switches, connectors and custom components for the OEM, is pleased to announce a new series of push button switches for low voltage PCB mount or hand solder applications. 

The GPBS Series are rated at 0.1A 30VDC and 0.3A 30VDC and available in DPDT latching and non latching versions. The switches are available in two sizes; 8.0 X 8.0mm or 8.5 X 8.5mm and can mount vertically onto a PCB requiring no mounting hardware or can be hand soldered. The temperature rating range is -25°C to +65°C, the operating force of the switches is 160gf – 200gf and the travel is 2.5mm. 

The GPTS Series are rated at 1A 30VDC and available in SPST push on –push off alternate action and a SPDT ON-OFF-ON function. The switches measure 12X12MM and can be mounted vertically or horizontally onto a PCB requiring no mounting hardware or can be hand soldered. The temperature rating range is -25°C to +85°C, the operating force of the switches is 700gf and the travel is 1.5mm.

Both Series are ROHS compliant and ideal for automotive, industrial and consumer electronics applications where small package size and low height requirements are necessary.

Serving customers since 1904, CW Industries is a World Class Manufacturer serving many of the leading industrial, consumer and defense electronics manufacturers with complex electromechanical slide, rocker and pushbutton switches; insulation displacement and MIL SPEC connectors; and a variety of custom switches, custom connectors and assemblies that require a high level of precision, performance and reliability. CW Industries is ITAR Registered, IS0 9001 Certified and our in house test facility is qualified to UL, CSA and DOD standards.

For more information and technical specifications, contact Jon Schott at CW Industries, 130 James Way, Southampton PA, 18966. Phone: 215-355-7080. Email: jschott@cwind.com.

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