SS Series Ultra Mini DPDT On-None-On Top Actuated Through Hole Slide Switch

Mfr Part#: SS22SDP2
Mounting Method:  Through Hole
Packaging:  TRAY
Std Packaging Qty:  100



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Min. Order Qty: 10
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  • Actuator Style: Standard
  • Switch Operation: On-None-On
  • Circuitry: DPDT
  • Voltage Rating: 30 V
  • Contact Current-Max: 0.1 A
  • Insulation Resistance: 0.0001 MΩ
  • Contact Resistance: 20 mΩ
  • Contact Material: Silver
  • Contact Plating: Silver
  • Termination Style: PCB
  • Dielectric Withstanding Voltage: 500 V
  • Operating Temperature: -15 to +60 °C
The SS22SDP2 is a Ultra Mini DPDT On-None-On Top Actuated Through Hole Slide Switch. In this switch, top or side actuation permits flexible board design with compact dimensions and low profile allows high density mounting and close stacking of PC boards.

This crisp actuation positively indicates circuit status. Double molded thermoset base and thermoplastic housing prevent loosening of terminals due to high soldering temperatures. Award-winning STC mechanism with benefits unavailable in conventional mechanisms: smoother, positive detend actuation, increased contact stability, and unparalleled logic-level reliability.


  • The SS series devices have not been tested for UL recognition
  • These switches are designed for use in a low-voltage, low-current circuit
  • When used as intended in a low-voltage, low-current circuit, the results do not produce hazardous energy


  • Operating Temp Range: –15°C through +60°C (+5°F through +140°F)
  • Power Level: 0.1 A @ 30 V DC
  • Logic Level: 0.4 VA maximum @ 28 V AC/DC maximum



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