B3S-1000 - 

Tactile Switch, Non Illuminated, 24 V, 50 mA, 1.57 N, Solder, B3S Series

B3S-1000 - Tactile Switch, Non Illuminated, 24 V, 50 mA, 1.57 N, Solder, B3S Series

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Non Illuminated
B3S Series
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Product Overview

The B3S series from Omron are surface mount tactile switches for high contact reliability.
  • SPST-NO contact configuration
  • Switching capacity of 1 to 50mA at 5VDC to 24VDC
  • Maximum contact resistance of 100mohm
  • Minimum insulation resistance of 100Mohm
  • Sealed construction conforming to IP67
  • Surface mounting terminals for high density mounting
  • Ground terminal available to protect against static electricity
  • Operating force of 160gf (general purpose) and 230gf (high force)
  • 6mm x 6mm size


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