ALE Series, Rocker Switches

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ALE2D-2M4-10-Z
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PCB Symbol, Footprint & 3D Model
50mA (AC/DC)
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Through Hole
-20°C ~ 85°C
PC Pin
UL
DPDT
On-On
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48 V
48 V
ALE
Sealed - Fully
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Actuator Arm, Cap Required
Varies by Cap
ALE1D-2M4-10-Z
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PCB Symbol, Footprint & 3D Model
50mA (AC/DC)
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Through Hole
-20°C ~ 85°C
PC Pin
UL
SPDT
On-On
-
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-
48 V
48 V
ALE
Sealed - Fully
-
Actuator Arm, Cap Required
Varies by Cap

About  Rocker Switches

Rocker switches are a type of electromechanical device used to control current flow along a circuit. These switches operate via an actuator that rocks back and forth along a central axis, allowing the user to turn the switch on or off. Rocker switches can be mounted onto a panel or printed circuit board (PCB) through either through-hole or surface mount methods. They are available in a range of sizes, with options for one to four circuits. Current ratings typically range from 50mA to 40A and voltage ratings range from 5V to 277V. These switches are commonly used in a variety of applications where a reliable and durable switch is required. They can be found in consumer electronics, industrial machinery, automotive controls, and more. When selecting a rocker switch, it is important to consider the specific requirements of the application. Factors such as the number of circuits required, current and voltage ratings, mounting options, and actuator style should all be taken into account. In summary, rocker switches are an electromechanical device used to control current flow along a circuit. They feature an actuator that rocks back and forth to turn the switch on or off. These switches can be mounted onto a panel or PCB, and come in a range of sizes with one to four circuits and current and voltage ratings ranging from 50mA to 40A and 5V to 277V respectively. Rocker switches are commonly used in various applications and their selection should be based on specific application requirements.