In addition to functioning as a switch, the new Model TRPI-2440L(G) can also be used as a receiver.
ELK GROVE VILLAGE, Ill. (PRWEB) November 06, 2018
The core piezo disc in the new Impact Switch emits an electrical signal when any pressure is placed on the device. The new switch can also identify changes in movement by impact. Also referred to as a “shock sensor,” Transducer USA’s new Impact Switch can convert the shock of impact to an electrical signal.
In addition to functioning as a switch, the new Model TRPI-2440L(G) can also be used as a receiver. The piezo disc can receive an RF signal, which can cause it to vibrate and emit an alarm-type sound.
The piezo crystal in the new Impact Switch is enclosed in a completely sealed plastic housing, enabling it to be used in liquids, such as cooking oils in restaurants.
As a solid-state device, the TRPI-2440L(G) is immune to most environmental stresses and conditions and will last much longer than capacitance or mechanical switches. The vibrating piezo is the only moving part in this Impact Switch, which provides for a long service life.
The housing for the new Impact Switch includes mounting flanges and a set of lead wires with terminal lugs.
Specifications for the new Impact Switch from Transducer USA:
- Output Voltage: 40mVp/G typ. (25⁰C, 20MΩ Load, 10Hz-1KHz)
- Capacitance: 12000pF +30% (25⁰C, 1 KHz)
- Insulation Resistance: 100MΩ Min.
- Housing Material: ABS
- Operating Temp. Range: -20⁰C to +70⁰C
- Storage Temperature Range: -30⁰C to +80⁰C
- Weight (with wires): 24.6g
- Housing Diameter: 24mm
For more information on the new TRPI-2440L(G) Impact Switch, please visit: http://www.tusainc.com.
FREE samples of the new TRPI-2440L(G) Impact Switch are available to editors upon request. Please contact Joe Sieracki at 847-956-1920.
About Transducers USA
Transducers USA produces quality audible signal devices at very competitive prices for Original Equipment Manufacturers. The company manufactures a comprehensive line of audio indicators and transducers in piezo and electro-mechanical varieties, including microphones, speakers, and ultrasonic components.
Products are manufactured in ISO-9000 and RoHS certified facilities in Asia. Transducers USA provides customer support and engineering assistance from their local headquarters in Elk Grove Village, IL. Over 1,300 production workers and 100 specialized audio engineers support Transducers USA.
In addition to hundreds of standard audible signal devices, custom products are also available at Transducers USA, based on either a customer’s design or one created by Transducers USA engineers. CAD drawings and tooling will be provided at no charge for qualified orders.
Distributors and sale representatives are utilized as a channel to market. Local contacts can be found on http://www.tusainc.com.