Development of 1.2mm type single-sided momentary slide switch
We are pleased to announce the development of a 1.2 mm-thin single-sided type for the JSS slide switch series.
There have often been cases in recent years where switches on portable equipment such as digital cameras, digital portable audio products and laptops turn on accidentally when inside a bag. Switches less sensitive to unintended operations are sought to counter these problems in addition to increasing demand for smaller end products, resulting in demand for smaller, thinner switches.
In response to such market requirements, we have developed a thinner version of the JSS slide switch series (single-sided momentary design) and added it to our product line.
This new product helps prevent unintended operation of equipment by using the property of momentary action (spring-back system). The optimally designed structure reduces the height by approximately 40% compared to our previous equivalent switch (1.8 mm thick), to a mere 1.2 mm, the industry's thinnest momentary slide switches. Furthermore, the external dimensions are smaller by approximately 40% than our previous equivalent switch, allowing downsized equipment design. Its operating life is the longest in the industry for this type of switch at 100,000 cycles, increasing operability and reliability of equipment.
|Date Released||Mar. 12, 2009|
|Press Release No.||851fc|
|Product Name||Slide switch, the JSS series (1.2 mm type single-sided momentary design)|
|Major specifications||Rating||10mA, 6V DC|
|Stroke||2.0 mm±0.15 mm|
|External Dimensions||7.6 (W) × 2.6 (D) × 1.2 mm (H)|
|Applications||Portable equipment such as mobile phones, digital portable audio products, etc.|
|Sample shipment||Mar. 2009 Production start from May. 2009|
|Inquiry||* For more information, please contact the FC Division|
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