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- E-Switch, Inc. is a leading electromechanical switch supplier that offers one of the broadest switch lines available today. Product offerings continue to expand each year with new product introductions that cater to markets including; industrial, electronics, audio/visual, medical devices and equipment, fitness and wellness, computer peripheral, consumer, appliance and many others. Customer demand has prompted the addition of several new products, including new series of tact, snap-action; slide, sealed, illuminated and anti-vandal pushbutton switches; SMT pushbutton switches; and illuminated rocker switches. E-Switch has been delivering innovative and quality switches to the global market since 1979.


Anti-Vandal Switches

E-Switch Anti-Vandal

Anti-vandal switches from E-Switch are available in various power ratings, panel cutout sizes, and are rated up to IP67. Available at DigiKey today! Learn More

Panel Mount Switches

E-Switch Panel Mount

E-Switch offers a variety of termination style panel mount switches to fit the needs of your design. Available at DigiKey today! Learn More

Wearables & Micro Miniature Switches

E-Switch Wearables

E-Switch’s miniature switches are small, miniature sized switch ideal for saving space in wearable designs and handheld devices. Available at DigiKey today! Learn More

Newest Products View All (70)

Image of E-Switch PVA3 Series Anti-Vandal Switch

PVA3 Series Anti-Vandal Switch

E-Switch's PVA3 series is an addition to their anti-vandal line. The switches require a 16 mm panel cutout and provide multiple LED color options.

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TL4110 Series Tact Switch

E-Switch's TL4110 series is a surface-mount switch with an extremely small surface profile.

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Image of E-Switch PB400 Pushbutton Switch

PB400 Pushbutton Switch

E-Switch's PB400 series low power, low cost pushbutton comes with an electrical rating of 3 A at 30 VDC.

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Image of E-Switch's TL6330 Series Tact Switch

TL6330 Series Tact Switch

E-Switch's TL6330 series of single pole single throw (SPST) switches in a small package size with a long electrical life of 200,000 cycles.

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Image of E-Switch's PVA6L Series Anti-Vandal Switch

PVA6L Series Anti-Vandal Switch

E-Switch's PVA6L series anti-vandal switches offer multiple ring LED illumination colors in a panel mount design and two housing material options.

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Image of E-Switch's TL3265 Series Illuminated Tact Switch

TL3265 Series Illuminated Tact Switch

E-Switch announces the TL3265 series tact switch, which offers six illumination colors plus one bicolor option in a surface mount design.

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Product Training Modules View All (10)


Right Angle and Edge Mount Switches

Duration: 10 minutes

This presentation will explain the difference between a right angle switch from an edge mount switch along with advantages to both.


High Demand Switches for Industrial Applications

Duration: 10 minutes

Introduce designers, engineers, and customers to E-Switch’s most frequently used switches suitable for industrial applications.

AV Switch - SM

Switches for the Audio Visual Industry

Duration: 5 minutes

Introduce E-Switch’s most frequently used switches suitable for the audio/visual applications.

rocker switch

Rocker Switches

Duration: 5 minutes

Review and explanation of the major features of rocker switches

Featured Videos View All (28)

E-Switch PVA3 Series | Digi-Key Daily

The PVA3 series switches from E-Switch require a 16 mm panel cutout, provide ring pattern illumination, and multiple LED color options, including RGB.

How Many Poles do you need?

Ron Celander, Director of Engineering, explains the function of poles and throws, how to select the correct number of poles and throws needed for the engineers application. Ron illustrates circuits and how they affect the operation of applications.

Additional Requirements for Selecting a Switch

Jason Wagner, Regional Sales Manager, discusses what other requirements an engineer might have that would help to determine their switches such as illumination, circuit function, IP Rating, cap considerations, life cycles and electrical ratings.

What is your Application?

Jane Burbach, Marketing Manager discusses how to use E-Switch’s Virtual Applications to find a switch that will suit the Engineers application.

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