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Toneluck PBN-S6A1.5-AAG Standard 6 Pole Changeover Switch

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Brand: Toneluck  MPN: PBN-S6A1.5-AAG 
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Standard 6-pole PCB mounting switch which can easily be adjusted to momentary or latching action as required. The polycarbonate housing has PCB pins fixed on the top face and solder terminals on the underside.

  • 6PCO contact
  • 0.2A contact current
  • 250V contact voltage
  • 20mR contact resistance
  • -20°C to +85°C operating temperature
  • 350gf operating force
  • 25mm long, 10.4mm wide, 44.7mm high
  • Toneluck PBN Series
Type PCB switch
Contact Configuration 6PCO
Max. Current 0.2A
Action N/A
Illumination Type None
Illumination Colour(s) N/A
Shaft Dimensions 3.3 x 3.3mm

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26 June 2013 Question by: Rapid Customer | Product code: 78-0501
Q. I will use this switches on an organ pedalboard. When the pedal is pressed, the switch goes down and when the pedal is released, the switch goes up. So, what type of switch (Non-lock or self lock) should I buy? What is the "travel to lock"? Thanks
A. Hi nmarques. Thank you for your question. You would require a momentary version switch and the selected version can be used in either way but you will require this to be set as a momentary. 78-0501 will be suitable.

25 June 2013 Question by: Rapid Customer | Product code: 78-0501
Q. What is the difference between a "non-lock" version and a "self lock" version of this switch? Thanks
A. Hi nmarques. Thank you for your question. Non lock means it springs back to previous position after you let go. Self locking means it stays put after again to release.

02 February 2012 Question by: Rapid Customer | Product code: 78-0501
Q. Is there a way to mechanically link several of these switches together in such way that when one is pressed in the others pop out, so that only one is ever pushed in at a time? e.g. like an input selector for audio sources
A. Thanks for your enquiry Jonathan. No is the simple answer as these require mechanical force to operate them.


Good quality multipole switch

Reviewed by: Christopher Hunter - 06 April 2018
I needed a switch to change several setting simultaneously in an audio processor unit that I was prototyping. This switch will be good enough for the finished production version. It's easy to clean, can be configured as push-on / push-off or momentary and is reasonably priced. I also like the way that it can be either connected to a PCB, using the pin terminals, or can be hard-wired using the tags.