Honeywell Sensing & IoT Datasheets for Snap Action Switches

Snap action switches are mechanical switches that produce a very rapid transfer of contacts from one position to another. They are useful in situations that require a fast opening or closing of a circuit, such as a mouse button or appliance setting.
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MICRO SWITCH AC Series switch assembly monitors the position of a service door or panel whether “closed” or “open”. The AC Series switches are a compact switch assembly designed for...
MICRO SWITCH BS Series switches offer alternatives to solve challenging switch applications. These unique solutions can provide adjustable operating characteristics, sequential outputs, or impact actuation (no external plunger).
MICRO SWITCH BZ/BA/BM/BE Series premium, large snap-action switches offer precision operation and sensitive differential travel. These Series meet various international agency requirements, and are often used for precision on/off applications,...
MICRO SWITCH™ HM Series hermetically sealed basic switches contain contacts in a sealed chamber. A gas-tight seal is maintained while transmitting force and motion to the switch mechanism through a...
MICRO SWITCH™ HS Series hermetically sealed switches are designed for applications where maximum electrical rating and maximum sealing are essential, and where size and weight requirements are less critical. These...
MICRO SWITCH™ MICRO SWITCH™ HM Series hermetically sealed basic switches contain contacts in a sealed chamber. A gas-tight seal is maintained while transmitting force and motion to the switch mechanism...
MICRO SWITCH? HS Series hermetically sealed switches are designed for applications where maximum electrical rating and maximum sealing are essential, and where size and weight requirements are less critical. These...
The MICRO SWITCH 6AS Series consists of two large premium BZ/BA/BM/BE snap-action switches ganged together and actuated by a single actuator. Field adjustable operating point is an option for one...

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