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New Lon0167 0.6mm Pin Dia SW-18020P Ball Rolling Sensor Vibratio

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Product description

0.6mm Pin Dia SW-18020P Ball Rolling Sensor Vibration Switch 10pcs
The products are widely used in a variety of electronic appliances, instruments and meters, anti-theft devices. SW-18020P vibration switches are durable, can be activated in a small range, and suitable for different levels of vibration sensors to the sound or light-emitting Upper, toys, sports equipment and security equipment products in the circuit.



Description in German
0,6mm Pin Dia SW-18020P Kugelrollensensor Vibrationsschalter 10st
Produktname: Vibrationsschalter; Modellnummer: SW-18020P; Max. Spannung: 12V
Nennwärmestrom: 0,1 mA; Isolationswiderstand: 10 M Ohm; Gesamtpaket: quality
Einschaltdauer: 0,1 ms; Temperaturbeständigkeit: 100 ° C; Größe: 4,5 × 11 mm / 0,17 × 0,43 (D * L)
Pin-Länge: 9 mm / 0,35 '; Pin-Durchmesser (max.): 0,6 mm / 0,023'; Hauptfarbe: Schwarz
Gewicht: 3 g; Packungsinhalt: 10 x Vibrationsschalter

New Lon0167 0.6mm Pin Dia SW-18020P Ball Rolling Sensor Vibratio

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