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Old 5th January 2004, 05:46 PM   #1
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For Sale:

I have about 45 of these Grayhill 6-position horizontal PCB mount rotary switches, part # 71ADF30-02-2-AJN. I bought them months ago for use in a project that went a different direction.

Newark sells these switches for $26.73 each here: http://www.newark.com/NewarkWebComme...jsp?id=57F3767

Specs can be found at that link. Welborne Labs also offers these switches as a high quality source selector.

I would like only $5 per switch, or ten for $40, or buy them all for $125. This is a fantastic deal for anyone looking for a rotary switch to use on their boards.

Please contact justin at headamp.com if interested.

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Old 12th January 2004, 07:29 PM   #2
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Old 12th January 2004, 07:45 PM   #3
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I've emailed you through the email button on the page. Should I email somewhere else, or will that be sufficient?
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Old 12th January 2004, 07:49 PM   #4
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Can you send me the specs of this switch.
I need a few and want to know if it's a silver plated or gold plated of something else.

Please e-mail me direct.

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Old 13th January 2004, 12:25 AM   #5
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Here are the specifications of the switch:

http://embrace.grayhill.com/embrace/...DF/J-31-44.pdf
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antness: i've emailed you and justin, no reply on either .. i'm interested in 2 of these

edit: i've just gotten a response from justin
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Old 13th January 2004, 12:41 AM   #8
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One additional question (i've sent payment btw). It seems you can use one of these switches to switch both signal AND ground for two channels, is that right? Or is the switch in picture a 12 position one?
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I'm really not sure, I havent used these switches.

The part # is 71ADF30-02-2-AJN

The datasheet is here: http://embrace.grayhill.com/embrace/...DF/J-31-44.pdf

This should answer all of your questions
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I'm really not sure, I havent used these switches.

The part # is 71ADF30-02-2-AJN

The datasheet is here: http://embrace.grayhill.com/embrace/...DF/J-31-44.pdf

This should answer all of your questions

Thank you, it did actually answer my question (looking over one of the diagrams).

The answer, for those who may care, is that yes, you can use it to switch both the ground and the inputs at the same time, thus avoiding the need to combine the input grounds.

also, some other information that may be of interest to anyone interested in these

(all these gathered from the model # that was stated in the first post btw)

they're non shorting, have adjustable stop switches (not sure if any additional hardware is required), and have a 30 degree angle of throw ..
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