Omron A6T-1104 Dip switch with slide pin Datasheet

DIP Switch
A6T/A6S
DIP Switch with Slide Pins
• Allows automatic mounting with DIP IC insertion machines
• Washable models with seal tape are available
• SMT (surface-mounted terminal) models are available with/
without embossed tape
• RoHS Compliant
Ordering Information
No. of
poles
Flat actuated
Raised actuator
Standard
With seal tape
DIP terminal
DIP terminal
DIP terminal
Flat actuated
Raised actuator
Standard
Tape seal
Tape seal in
embossed tape
SMT terminal
SMT terminal
SMT terminal
SMT terminal
—
1
A6T-1101
A6T-1102
A6T-1104
—
—
—
2
A6T-2101
A6T-2102
A6T-2104
A6S-2101
A6S-2102
—
A6S-2104
3
—
—
—
A6S-3101
A6S-3102
—
A6S-3104
4
A6T-4101
A6T-4102
A6T-4104
A6S-4101
A6S-4102
A6S-4102-P
A6S-4104
5
—
—
—
A6S-5101
A6S-5102
—
A6S-5104
6
A6T-6101
A6T-6102
A6T-6104
A6S-6101
A6S-6102
A6S-6102-P
A6S-6104
7
—
—
—
A6S-7101
A6S-7102
—
A6S-7104
8
A6T-8101
A6T-8102
A6T-8104
A6S-8101
A6S-8102
A6S-8102-P
A6S-8104
9
—
—
—
A6S-9101
A6S-9102
—
A6S-9104
10
A6T-0101
A6T-0102
A6T-0104
A6S-0101
A6S-0102
—
A6S-0104
Important Note: Switches cannot be water-washed.
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DIP Switch A6T/A6S
Specifications
■ Characteristics
Switching capacity
25 mA at 24 VDC
Insulation resistance
100 MΩ min. (at 250 VDC)
Contact resistance
200 mΩ max. (initial value)
Dielectric strength
500 VAC for 1 min between terminals of same polarity, and between terminals of
different polarity
Vibration resistance
Malfunction: 10 to 55 Hz, 1.5-mm double amplitude
Shock resistance
Malfunction: 300 m/s2 min. (approx. 30G min.)
Life expectancy
Mechanical
1,000 operations min.
Electrical
1,000 operations min.
Ambient temperature
Operating
-20°C to 70°C (with no icing)
Ambient humidity
Operating
35% to 90%
Operating force
30 gf
Dimensions
Unit: mm (inch)
Note: Unless otherwise specified, a tolerance of ±0.4 mm applies to all dimensions.
■ Flat Actuated with DIP Terminal
Standard/With Seal Tape
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■ Raised Actuator
With DIP Terminal
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No. of Part number
poles
A
1
A6T-1101
A6T-1102
A6T-1104
3.48
2
A6T-2101
A6T-2102
A6T-2104
6.02
4
A6T-4101
A6T-4102
A6T-4104
11.10
6
A6T-6101
A6T-6102
A6T-6104
16.18
8
A6T-8101
A6T-8102
A6T-8104
21.26
10
A6T-0101
A6T-0102
A6T-0104
26.34
DIP Switch
A6T/A6S
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■ Flat Actuated with SMT Terminal
Standard/With Seal Tape
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■ Embossed Tape
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■ Raised Actuator
With SMT Terminal
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No. of poles
Part number
2
A6S-2101
A6S-2102
—
A6S-2104
6.02 (0.24)
3
A6S-3101
A6S-3102
—
A6S-3104
8.56 (0.34)
4
A6S-4101
A6S-4102
A6S-4102-P
A6S-4104
11.10 (0.44)
5
A6S-5101
A6S-5102
—
A6S-5104
13.64 (0.54)
6
A6S-6101
A6S-6102
A6S-6102-P
A6S-6104
16.18 (0.64)
7
A6S-7101
A6S-7102
—
A6S-7104
18.72 (0.74)
8
A6S-8101
A6S-8102
A6S-8102-P
A6S-8104
21.26 (0.84)
9
A6S-9101
A6S-9102
—
A6S-9104
23.80 (0.94)
10
A6S-0101
A6S-0102
—
A6S-0104
26.34 (1.04)
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DIP Switch A6T/A6S
Installation
■ Internal Connections (Top View)
Precautions
■ Circuit Design
Reflow Soldering
Use the DIP Switch within the rated voltage and current ranges,
otherwise the DIP Switch may have a shortened life expectancy, radiate heat, or burn out.
■ Mounting
Do not operate the DIP Switch while mounting, soldering, or washing
the DIP Switch, otherwise the DIP Switch may deform due to the
heat of the solder, the DIP Switch may malfunction due to the penetration of the washing agent, or the machine incorporating the DIP
Switch may operate or be set incorrectly.
An automatic insertion machine incorporating a body stopper is available for mounting the DIP Switch. When using an automatic insertion
machine incorporating a half-lead stopper to mount the DIP Switch,
make sure that the automatic insertion machine will not deform the
terminals of the DIP Switch, otherwise the improper insertion of the
DIP Switch may result.
■ Soldering
Manual Soldering
Soldering temperature:
350°C at the tip of the soldering iron
Soldering time:
3 s max. for a 1.6-mm thick, single-side
PCB
Set the pins of the DIP Switch to OFF before soldering the DIP
Switch.
Observe the following conditions when soldering the DIP Switch.
Automatic Soldering Bath
Soldering temperature:
350°C at the tip of the soldering iron
Soldering time:
3 s max. for a 1.6-mm thick, single-side
PCB
Before soldering the DIP Switch on a PCB, make sure that there is
no unnecessary space between the DIP Switch and PCB.
Before soldering the DIP Switch on a multilayer PCB, make sure that
the DIP Switch will not be deformed by the soldering heat on the pattern or land of the multilayer PCB.
Do not solder the DIP Switch more than twice including rectification
soldering. An interval of five minutes is required between the first and
second solderings.
Make sure that there is no flux rise on the surface of the PCB.
DIP Switch
A6T/A6S
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