Omron - Omron is one of the world's leading suppliers of advanced, reliable electronic controls and systems. You can count on us to provide you with the latest technology and to provide you with superior quality and performance in every product area we participate in. From relays to advanced machine visions system, nobody offers a better performance value than Omron. We also offer global service and sales support from more than 1,500 offices worldwide. Wherever you are, or wherever your customer is, Omron is there to help. More...
Omron is the world's leading supplier of relays. We offer both exceptional variety and technologically advanced relays for virtually any relay requirement. Choose from low signal, general purpose, power PCB, solid state and photo-MOS styles. Omron's basic and manual switches work hand in hand with our relays in consumer electronics, appliances, computer peripherals, office automation products and telecom applications. Choose from basic, tactile, DIP, optical switches and photomicrosensors. Less...
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|Battery Contacts XD2B - Designed for lithium-ion portable battery-charging connections, Omron's XD2B contacts are high reliability contacts for various recharge applications in portable devices. Using Omron's electroforming process, flexibility and contact force are increased over stamped contact designs.
|Electroformed Probe Pin XP3A - Omron’s electroforming technology allows designers of test fixtures and integrated chip testing the ability to reduce size and weight of test points by eliminating current pin design construction which consists of four separate piece parts to make up one pin. Omron’s electroforming pin probe is a one piece construction whereby separating the spring and relay achieves a stable resistance and greater durability than traditional industry construction.
|G9EN 2nd Generation DC Power Relay - Omron offers DC power relays that enable DC load interruption at high voltage and high current, which allows downsizing, weight saving, and non-polarization in the main contact circuit (contact terminal) by using a proprietary design of the contact block.
|D3SK Series Switches - Omron’s D3SK series is the smallest detection switch in the industry with high-precision operation, measuring 3.0 × 3.5 × 0.9 mm (W × D × H). A unique mechanism enables high contact reliability and high precision operation while maintaining a long stroke, for easy installation.
|The Omron family of MEMS (MicroElectroMechanical System) Flow Sensors includes intelligent compact models capable of measuring flow velocity and mass flow rate movement with highly repeatable accuracy. Mass Flow rates from 1 LPM to 50 LPM (Liters per Minute). High sensitivity is achieved with the MEMS Flow Chip. The D6F-P, D6F-V, and D6F-W Sensors incorporate a Dust Segregation System (DSS) allowing them to be used to monitor the performance of fans, detect clogged filters in computers and projectors, and VAV control in commercial HVAC systems. More...
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|Omron background data
- Founded in 1933
- 1998 revenues of $4.6 billion
- 24,000 employees worldwide
- More than 35 manufacturing facilities around the world; all with ISO 9000 certification
- Primary business areas include: Electronic Controls and Systems; Electronic Healthcare products; Financial and point of sale products; Fare management systems
|Supporting the Market in Full Force
Omron Expands Application Oriented Sales Team to Include Transporation Focus
Omron has announced the expansion of their Application Oriented Sales (AOS) team to include the Transportation industry. The primary focus will be among Heavy Duty and Off-Road Vehicles, including such sub-markets as: Recreational, Trucking, Agriculture, Construction, and Motorcycles. Omron offers a broad portfolio of switches and relays ideally suited and specifically designed for Transportation applications that also rank among the top of the industry in terms of quality and performance.
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Digi-Key, in conjunction with Omron America's switch engineering group, can offer you a quote on any customized switch combination requirement. Whether modifying an existing lever or wire length or developing a totally new design, Omron makes the process simple and timely. For more information or if you need assistance, contact email@example.com. Please send request forms and/or drawings to the aforementioned e-mail address.
Switch Customization Brochure
- Customer supplies a drawing or conceptual representation with required modifications
- Once approved samples can be provided in 2-4 weeks**
- Typical minimum production order quantity is 500-1,000 pieces
- Standard delivery is 8-12 weeks ARO
Adding Value by Creating Custom Switches
Omron Electronic Components LLC is proud to bring a new Switch Engineering Center to the Americas to meet the demands for customized product for the automotive, appliance, alternative energy, HVAC and digital markets.
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Snap Action Switches Technical Information
Master Selection Guide