CIT VM3 Series Snap-Action Switch

CIT Relay & Switch is now offering a long life VM3 Series snap-action switch with momentary and latching, actuation force, multiple lever, and multiple terminal options. These UL/cUL Certified, miniature snap-action switches are available with 0.187-in. or 0.250-in. termination.

They are available with operating force up to 400gF. Some common applications for the VM3L latching switch include industrial controls, lighting, security, gaming, automation and more.

The specifications and materials are dependent upon your choice of switch.

CIT VM3 Series Snap-Action Switch

As with all CIT switch product, their snap-action VM3 switches are RoHS compliant and include multiple lever and gram force options. Ratings on these switches are up to 16amps at 125VAC/250VAC.

Other common applications for the VM3 Series snap-action switches include elevators, vending machines and door detection. These snap-action switches are ideal for use in security, medical, process controls, business machines, HVAC, material handling, vending, gaming, circuit breakers and household appliances. Pricing range is dependent upon options and volume. CIT Relay & Switch current lead time is six to eight weeks. And samples are available upon request.

CIT Dedication Makes a Difference

CIT Relay & Switch manufactures a broad line of automotive, telecom, security, industrial and HVAC switches and relays in thru-hole and surface mount styles. Their focus is on customer service and quality combined with cost-effective manufacturing. CIT hopes you will give them the opportunity to demonstrate to why so many are joining their growing list of satisfied customers. Their customers rely on the service and quality provided by the team at CIT Relay & Switch.

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