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Classified ❚❚❚ TEST POINTS


POINTS TEST


&Terminal Pins


For prototypework or volume production


Large loop for easy attachment Three sizes


Glass bead in a choice of eight colours


Unique shape will not damage through-plated holes Full details and FREE SAMPLES on request


❚❚❚ CUSTOM BUILT SWITCH POTENTIOMETERS Custom Built Switched Potentiometers PROTOTYPE SERVICE TO FULL PRODUCTION QUANTITIES


Terminations Choice of solder tags or pcb pins.


Switch Action Choice of rotary or push on / push off.


Rotary Switch Ratings


1 or 4 amp, 250 volts, single or two pole, on/off or changeover.


Push SwitchRatings 10 amp, 250 volts, single pole.


Rotary Switch Actuation Choice of switch actuation at either end of the rotational arc.


Tel: (01963) 363377 www.wmhughes.co.uk


Station Road, Stalbridge, Dorset DT10 2RZ Fax: (01963) 363640


Email: sales@wmhughes.co.uk Made in the UK Spindle Choice of 4 mm, 6 mm or 1 ⁄4 " diameter, various lengths, with or without flats.


Resistance Ratings Linear resistance laws : 1k – 1M Non-linear laws : 4k7 – 470k


OMEG LIMITED IMBERHORNE INDUSTRIAL ESTATE, EAST GRINSTEAD, WEST SUSSEX, RH19 1RJ Web: www.omeg.com Tel: 01342 410420 Fax: 01342 316253 Email: sales@omeg.com


❚❚❚ ROTARY LOCKS AND SWITCHES ❚❚❚ SPACERS & PILLARS


robert.baughan @cieonline.co.uk


Potentiometer Power Ratings 0.25W – 16 mm pots (linear laws)


0.40W – 20 mm pots (linear laws) Log, antilog and special non-linear laws will have lower power ratings.


Rotational Feel


Optional multi-position click stops for push switches, if required.


Mounting Bush Choice of glass filled nylon or diecast zinc alloy.


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Robert Baughan on


0845 3130211 or email


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