21 Jan 2021 -

Astute add C&K Switches to linecard

[21/01/2021 Stevenage, UK]: Astute Electronics has signed an agreement with C&K switches to become a global distributor and design-in partner for their high-reliability electromechanical switches. 

Stewart Burns, Passive & Discrete BDM at Astute Electronics, said,

We’re privileged to represent the extensive C&K switches range to our customer base. C&K is one of the first names that comes to mind when considering high-quality switch products for a diverse range of requirements.

C&K offers more than 55,000 standard products and a staggering 8.5 million switch combinations. I can’t think of a market where C&K cannot offer a solution.

They are constantly innovating to develop higher-quality products. They recently released a new 10 million cycles tact switch called the KSC Tireless Endurance (KSC TE). The name says it all about this company.”

Founded in 1928, C&K is one of the world’s most trusted brands of high-quality electromechanical switches. The company’s unmatched custom design capabilities are recognised globally by design engineers who demand reliable switch performance.

Their products are used in automotive, industrial, IoT, wearables, medical, telecom, consumer products, aerospace, and POS terminals, C&K products include tactile, pushbutton, snap-acting, toggle, rocker, detect, DIP, keyswitch, navigation, rotary, slide, switchlock, thumbwheel, smart card readers, high-rel connectors and custom assemblies.

Astute Electronics hopes to become a key design-in partner for C&K Switches, advising customers on how to incorporate these components within new designs and providing technical advice directly from the manufacturer.

Astute Electronics offers global bespoke solutions across all market segments and across all sectors of the electronics industry and is a value-added partner for C&K switches.

Astute Electronics – Your technical partner for C&K Switches in UK & Ireland, Germany, Israel, Turkey and Australia

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