TTI has announced a new initiative focusing on Omron’s wide range of high quality, high precision electromechanical switches including the leading manufacturer’s D2F micro-switch, B3SL tactile switch, A6SN DIP switch and D2HW micro-switch product ranges.
Andries de Bruin, Omron’s European Product Marketing Manager, commented: “Omron’s market-leading switches provide customers with many advantages. Our high precision switches, including micro-switches, tactile switches, dip switches, rocker switches and PCB mount switches, are available in many configurations.” Alex Grout, European Distribution Manager, Omron, added: “Switches are used in almost every electronic product. We firmly believe our switch product portfolio represents an excellent opportunity to develop and secure new business opportunities in many different market sectors.”
Commented John Sandy, Director of Supplier Marketing Europe, TTI, Inc. - Europe: “TTI is known for investing in a strong stock portfolio and with this initiative we are enabling Europe’s design engineers to access a very wide product range. Omron continues to actively pursue the design and development of innovative switching components that are proven in high reliability energy management, medical equipment and automation systems.”
Omron’s micro-switch range meet the requirements of most industries including security, vending, industrial, process control and embedded applications. The product line-up includes industry standard types, low torque sealed switches and a number of industry specific models. The comprehensive range of Omron tactile switches is suitable for keyboards with a membrane overlay or standalone use with a keypad. The range includes IP67 sealed versions which allow immersion cleaning of the PCB and guard against contamination of the switching contacts in dusty environments. DIP switches are available to suit most production methods and include fully sealed types. Omron DIP switches can be supplied in tubes for auto insertion and are available with a number different of actuator variations.