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SCHURTER Offers MSM II, the Next Generation of Stainless Steel Mechanical Pushbuttons

Oct. 26, 2023
Improved resistance to ESD, enhanced impact resistance and a wider temperature range are among the improvements that SCHURTER has made to its MSM line of mechanical pushbuttons.

With a track record of more than 30 years, SCHURTER’S MSM Metal Line switch family has been a reliable choice. The updated MSM II line takes the original qualities and enhanced them. The MSM II series includes the following key features:

Four mounting diameters, including 16, 19, 22 and 30 mm

  • Subminiature microswitches for shallower mounting depth
  • Switching currents from 100 mA to 3 A for SPDT and DPDT circuits
  • Enhanced impact resistance (rated IK 08)
  • Diverse lighting options, including ring, point or surface area illumination.

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The user interface of equipment helps with its aesthetics and safe operation. The company says that one of the key factors contributing to the continued success of the MSM family is its diverse range of options and haptic and optical feedback quality. The ring, point or surface area lighting options as well as single-color or RGB allows personalized settings and customizable light scenes. All lighted versions support a supply voltage of 5, 12 or 24 VDC.

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The pushbutton’s stainless steel construction is designed to ensure durability and longevity, while the incorporation of microswitches expands the range of applications. With improved resistance to ESD, enhanced impact resistance and a wider temperature range (−30 to 85°C), the MSM II series is suitable for a range of operating conditions.

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