C&K Components Datasheets for Keylock Switches

Keylock switches are activated by a key that is turned in a circle and can stop in a range of positions.
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Product Name Notes
Features/Benefits Anti-static switch—exceeds 20 KV DCstatic resistance Momentary models available Wire leads and harnesses available Typical Applications Point-of-sale terminals Cash registers Computers
Features/Benefits Cost-effective security Custom cams available Typical Applications Office furniture Cash registers Copy machines
Features/Benefits International agency listings Snap-in mounting Wire lead terminations available 5 Tumbler lock with positive detent Typical Applications Computers Point-of-sale terminals Marine equipment
Features/Benefits Low profile design Multi-pole and multi-position Panel and PCB mounting Variety of termination styles RoHS Compliant Typical Applications CATV Low cost security devices Lawn equipment
Features/Benefits Multi-pole and multi-position Positive detent Low level and power capability Typical Applications Computer servers Point-of-sale terminals Cash registers
Features/Benefits Multi-pole and multi-position Shorting and non-shorting contacts available Low level and power capability PCB mounting Typical Applications Security alarm systems Medical equipment Computer servers
Features/Benefits Positive detent Multi-pole and multi-position Snap-together assembly Power switching Typical Applications Machine controls Elevators
Features/Benefits Snap-in mounting Multi-pole and multi-position Positive detent Typical Applications Computers Point-of-sale terminals Instrumentation
Features/Benefits Snap-together assembly allows for pre-wiring of switch Wire lead terminations available 4 Tumbler lock with positive detent Typical Applications Cable TV connectors Automotive accessories Computers