MDRR-DT Series - 14.7mm Changeover Reed Switch

A miniature changeover switch with a 14.73mm long x 2.54mm diameter (0.580" x 0.100") glass envelope. Capable of switching 175Vdc at 5W. Available sensitivity range of 15-30 AT. Insulation resistance of 1 Gigaohm minimum and contact resistance of less than 100 milliohms. Available in surface mount version (MDSM-DT). Ideally suited for reed relays, security, limit sensing, telecom, office equipment and automotive applications.

Features:

  • Miniature SPDT changeover switch capable of switching 175Vdc or 0.25A at up to 5 Watts
  • Available sensitivity range of 15-30 AT

Benefits:

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

Applications:

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

Access specifications, certifications, check availability and order parts below

Catalog #Switching Power (W)Switching Voltage (V DC)Switching Current (A DC)Breakdown Voltage (V DC)Max Contact Resistance (Ω)Magnetic Sensitivity (AT)Body Length (mm)Overall Length (mm)Switch TypeStockSamplesCompare
MDRR-DT-10-15-F51750.252000.110 to 1514.7351.66C: SPDT-COCheckOrder
MDRR-DT-10-15-U51750.252000.110 to 1514.7352.48C: SPDT-COCheckOrder
MDRR-DT-10-20-F51750.252000.110 to 2014.7351.66C: SPDT-COCheckOrder
MDRR-DT-10-20-U51750.252000.110 to 2014.7352.48C: SPDT-COCheckOrder
MDRR-DT-15-20-F51750.252000.115 to 2014.7351.66C: SPDT-COCheckOrder
MDRR-DT-15-20-U51750.252000.115 to 2014.7352.48C: SPDT-COCheckOrder
MDRR-DT-15-25-F51750.252000.115 to 2514.7351.66C: SPDT-COCheckOrder
MDRR-DT-15-25-U51750.252000.115 to 2514.7352.48C: SPDT-COCheckOrder
MDRR-DT-15-30-F51750.252000.115 to 3014.7351.66C: SPDT-COCheckOrder
MDRR-DT-15-30-U51750.252000.115 to 3014.7352.48C: SPDT-COCheckOrder
MDRR-DT-20-25-F51750.252000.120 to 2514.7351.66C: SPDT-COCheckOrder
MDRR-DT-20-25-U51750.252000.120 to 2514.7352.48C: SPDT-COCheckOrder
MDRR-DT-20-30-F51750.252000.120 to 3014.7351.66C: SPDT-COCheckOrder
MDRR-DT-20-30-U51750.252000.120 to 3014.7352.48C: SPDT-COCheckOrder
MDRR-DT-20-35-F51750.252000.120 to 3514.7351.66C: SPDT-COCheckOrder
MDRR-DT-20-35-U51750.252000.120 to 3514.7352.48C: SPDT-COCheckOrder
MDRR-DT-25-30-F51750.252000.125 to 3014.7351.66C: SPDT-COCheckOrder
MDRR-DT-25-30-U51750.252000.125 to 3014.7352.48C: SPDT-COCheckOrder

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