SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – July 20, 2017 – NKK Switches, a world-leading designer and manufacturer of electromechanical switches announces an addition to its world-class line of rotary switches, the new NR01 Series Subminiature Process Sealed Rotary. The new Series features a sliding dual-contact mechanism for improved contact reliability and a light, crisp operating feel. Crimped bracket feet, gold plated contacts, and an anti-lifting design provide secure, reliable PC mounting. Totally sealed construction with up to 5 positions. Available in black, red, gray or without a knob.
- Light Operating Feel
- Sliding Dual-Contact Mechanism for Improved Contact Reliability
- Anti-lifting Design with Crimped Bracket Feet for Secure PC Mounting
- Totally Sealed Construction
The unique sliding dual-contact rotary mechanism ensures a stable, reliable actuation to prevent malfunction and ensures quality performance. Anti-lifting design features crimped bracket feet to provide secure PC mounting and prevent dislodging during soldering. The switch contacts are sealed to enable automated soldering and cleaning, and prevent contamination from environmental elements. The new NR01 Series has an operating temperature of -25°C ~ +70°C with a minimum electrical life of 10,000 cycles. Suitable for power control equipment, measuring equipment, medical devices and telecommunication equipment.
About NKK Switches
NKK Switches designs, produces and sells the industry’s most extensive selection of electromechanical switches, setting the standard for quality, stability and reliability in switch solutions. NKK provides a full suite of customizable solutions that includes design, programming and value-added support by combining flexibility, expertise and a commitment to our partners’ success.
NKK’s switches turn on millions of products around the world every day by offering more than 3.5 million different toggle, rocker, pushbutton, slide, rotary and keylock switches to illuminated, process-sealed, miniature, specialty, surface-mount, touch screen and programmable switch devices. For more information, visit www.nkkswitches.com.