Omron's Latest Switch Sets the Standard for Flexibility in Consumer Electronics
Omron, one of the leading manufacturers of electronic components, has introduced a new Sealed Ultra Subminiature Basic Switch D2EW that is set to revolutionize the industry. The switch is designed to support multi-angle operation without the use of a lever, which offers increased flexibility for a great number of products.
Measuring just 8.3 x 7.0 x 5.3 mm, the sealed ultra subminiature basic switch is the smallest of its kind and is equivalent in size to the popular D2GW model. To prevent any errors in the assembly process this switch features a left-right asymmetrical post shape to ensure that it can be installed in the correct direction.
The Sealed Ultra Subminiature Basic Switch is a game changer for the industry, and it opens a whole new world of possibilities for consumer electronics by fitting all kinds of flexibility and functionality in a tiny package. The most interesting function is the multiple angles operation without using a lever, The switch is super small, like the smallest ever, and it even saves energy because it has a minimum applicable load of just 50μA.
Features of D2EW Sealed Ultra Subminiature Basic Switch
The industry's smallest class ∗ (8.3 x 7.0 x 5.3 mm) D2GW equivalent size
Misassembly is prevented with a left-right asymmetrical post shape
A sliding contact structure delivers quiet operation
Contributes to energy saving (Minimum applicable load 50 A)