Looking at Electromechanical Endurance

A common reliability acronym that applies to all types of components and subassemblies is MTBF, Mean Time Between Failure. If you’re an engineer concerned about the reliability of your switch in a hostile, demanding operational environment, then you’re worried about a type of rating called electromechanical

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Electromechanical Limit Switches in Mobile Equipment

Back in the 1990’s, construction equipment manufacturers were filled with talk about completely eliminating switches with contacts by the year 2000.  Concerns over environmental sealing, failures due to contact contamination or degradation over time due to arcing in high-endurance applications drove this optimistic school of thought. [caption id="attachment_2958"

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Waterproof Switches for Specialty Vehicles.

While many of the most demanding applications for our waterproof switches exist in military vehicles, planes, offshore drilling equipment, naval vessels, and mining and drilling equipment, it turns out that our switches have found a home in wide range of specialty vehicles, recreational vehicles, and

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