MACD-14-10-15 - MACD-14 Series

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A sub-miniature, close-differential, normally open switch with a 14.00mm long x 2.28mm diameter (0.551" x 0.090") glass envelope capable of switching 200Vdc at 10W. Available sensitivity range of 10-30 AT. High insulation resistance of 1010 ohms minimum and low contact resistance of less than 100 milliohms. Available in surface mount version (MASM-14). Ideally suited for position, proximity, float position sensing for liquid level, industrial controls, office equipment, home appliance, and telecom applications.

Features:

  • Low close/open hysteresis (close differential)
  • Normally open switch capable of switching 200Vdc or 0.5A at up to 10 Watts
  • Available sensitivity range of 10-30 AT

Benefits:

  • Hermetically sealed switch contacts are not affected by and have no effect on their external environment
  • Zero operating power required for contact closure
  • Excellent for switching micro-controller logic level loads

Applications:

  • Position sensing
  • Security
  • Level sensing
  • Industrial controls
  • Office equipment
  • Home appliances

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