IX series

IX

New product

APEM’s popular I series range of pushbuttons is now evolving with the new IX series, designed to meet demanding markets. The IX series combines the high qualities of the IP and IA series with a backlit switch and 12 mm diameter compact bushing and flexible elastomer membrane actuator. IX series is recommended for harsh environments and all key markets of APEM: material handling, agriculture machinery, defense, …


Key features


  • Pushbutton for harsh environment
  •  Illuminated or non-illuminated
  • Compact (12 mm bushing)
  • Tactile effect
  • Sealing : IP67, IP69K
  • Marking on request

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Features

General specification

• Panel thickness : 1.5 to 6 mm
• Total travel : 2 mm (.078) ± 0.3 mm
• Typical operating force : 7 N ± 2 N
• Low level/mech. life : 1,000,000 cycles
• Torque : 0.5 Nm (0.6 Nm max.) applied to nut
• Soldering : 320 °C (608 °F) max. for 3 sec.

Environmental specifications

• Operating and storage temperature : -40 °C to +85 °C (-40 °F to +185 °F)
• Front panel sealing : IP67 according to IEC 60529, IP69K according to DIN 40050-9
• Shock resistance: 100 g according to IEC 512-4, test 6c
• Salt spray: IEC 512-6, test 11f

Electrical specifications

• Max. current/voltage rating with resistive load:
- Gold plated contact (0): 100 mA 28 VDC, 1,000,000 cycles
- Silver contact (1): 2 A 28 VDC, 100,000 cycles
• Initial contact resistance : 100 mΩ max.
• Insulation resistance : 1 GΩ min. at 500 VDC
• Dielectric strength : 1,500 Vrms
• Contact bounce : 10 ms

Materials

• Case : thermoplastic UL94-V0
• Actuator : silicone
• Bushing : ABS UL94 HB
• Contacts :
0 : brass, gold plated
1 : silver
• Output wires : AWG24, section 0.23 mm2 - 500 mm
• Terminal seal : epoxy

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