FLEX-14 Magnetic Reed Switches

Hamlin's Flex-14 reed switches ideally suited for signal switching applications

FLEX-14 Magnetic Reed SwitchesHamlin, Inc.'s  sub-miniature, normally open magnetic reed switches are 14.00mm long with a 2.28mm diameter glass envelope. These switches also have longer than standard, flexible, and easily formed leads that are capable of switching 200Vdc at 10W. The devices have a sensitivity range 10-30 AT, high insulation resistance of 1010Ω minimum, and low contact resistance of less than 100mΩ. These switches are ideally suited to signal switching applications, reed relay, security, metering, limit sensing, and telecom applications as well as office equipment and household appliances.

Features Benefits
  • Subminiature normally open switch with 14.00mm x 2.28mm (0.551” x 0.090”) glass envelope
  • Longer than standard, easily formed leads
  • 1010Ω insulation resistance
  • Capable of switching up to 200Vdc
  • Maximum contact rating 10W
  • Available sensitivity range 10-30 AT
  • Hermetically sealed switch contacts are not effected by and have no effect on their external environment
  • Low, stable contact resistance
  • Soft leads enable reliable hand forming
  • Zero operating power required for contact closure
  • Fit and forget durability
  • Well suited to signal switching
Applications
  • Reed relays
  • Security
  • Limit switching
  • Telecom
  • Office equipment
  • Household appliances

FLEX-14 Magnetic Reed Switches

ImageManufacturer Part NumberDescriptionTypeCircuitAvailable Quantity
FLEX-14-10-15 datasheet linkSWITCH REED SPST-NO 350MA 140VFLEX-14-10-15SWITCH REED SPST-NO 350MA 140VGlass BodySPST-NO21762 - Immediate
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FLEX-14-20-25 datasheet linkSWITCH REED SPST-NO 350MA 140VFLEX-14-20-25SWITCH REED SPST-NO 350MA 140VGlass BodySPST-NO76105 - Immediate
FLEX-14-20-25 product page link
FLEX-14-15-20 datasheet linkSWITCH REED SPST-NO 350MA 140VFLEX-14-15-20SWITCH REED SPST-NO 350MA 140VGlass BodySPST-NO6881 - Immediate
FLEX-14-15-20 product page link
Published: 2010-10-26