Touch-sensitive, solid-state switches

A new family of touch-sensitive, solid-state switches is described in a 10-p brochure. The devices employ high-frequency switching technology and can be sealed behind glass to protect from chemical attack, operator abuse, vandalism, and hygienic washdown.
By Staff January 1, 2000

A new family of touch-sensitive, solid-state switches is described in a 10-p brochure. The devices employ high-frequency switching technology and can be sealed behind glass to protect from chemical attack, operator abuse, vandalism, and hygienic washdown. The literature outlines the principle behind the nonmechanical, intrinsically safe switches, which offer a long service life and easy operation.

EAO Switch Corp.

www.eaoswitch.com

Circle 317

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