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Old 2nd January 2007, 10:47 PM   #1
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Default Type 72 30-way stud switch...

Type 72 30-way stud switch - "Type 72 switches are about the same size as a traditional wafer switch but the contacts are silver or gold brass studs precision moulded into a thermosetting plastic wafer with a small wiper travelling across these and the center ring..." MJ

Does anyone know where to locate these type of stud switches that Morgan Jones talks about in his book for making switched attenuators? I've googled but I think there must be another description to find them, it seems to be a UK item??

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Yes, they're a UK thing. Sussex Surplus in Brighton (UK) used to stock them.
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