Micro switches


M 610

M 610


  • Soldering, plug or screw terminals
  • Thermoplastic enclosure

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M 630

M 630


  • Thermoplastic enclosure
  • Soldering, plug or universal terminals

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M 660-11-2-Y

M 660-11-2-Y


  • Rubber enclosure
  • soldering terminals and spade terminals

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M 6800

M 6800


  • Soldering, plug or universal terminals
  • Thermoplastic enclosure

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M 687/680/682

M 687/680/682


  • screw or spade terminals
  • Thermoplastic enclosure

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M 689

M 689


  • Screw connection
  • Thermoplastic enclosure

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M 6900

M 6900


  • Soldering, plug or universal terminals
  • Thermoplastic enclosure

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M/T 697, M 697, T 697

M/T 697, M 697, T 697


  • screw or spade terminals
  • Thermoplastic enclosure

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Z/T 232, Z 232, T 232

Z/T 232, Z 232, T 232


  • Screw connection
  • Thermoplastic enclosure

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Z/T 415, Z 415, T 415

Z/T 415, Z 415, T 415


  • Screw connection
  • Thermoplastic enclosure

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Z/T 6881, Z 6881, T 6881

Z/T 6881, Z 6881, T 6881


  • screw or spade terminals
  • Thermoplastic enclosure

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M 660/6600

M 660/6600


  • Rubber enclosure
  • without mounting flange

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M 6610/6620

M 6610/6620


  • Thermoplastic enclosure
  • without mounting flange

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Application:
Micro switches are used, for example, in control, regulation, precision engineering and on appliances as well as motor vehicles.

Design and mode of operation:
Minimum space requirements, a high switching capacity and a robust design are just a few of the many benefits of a micro switch. With its internationally standardised mounting and external dimensions, as well as different termination types, switches can be used universally.

The micro switches are available with snap or slow action.

A large variety of actuators is available.

The switches are protection class IP 30 or 40. Versions are available with "finger-proof" covers. The following device types are sorted according to enclosure dimensions, starting with the smallest construction form.