Changeover timing Non shorting
Travel 2.5mm
Total travel 3.5mm
Operating force 2.3±1N
Mounting method PC board
Poles 1
Operation Latching
Terminal type For PC board
Operating temperature range -40℃ to +85℃
Rating (max.)/(min.) (Resistive load) 0.2A 30V DC/50μA 3V DC
Electrical performance Contact resistance (Initial performance/After lifetime) 20mΩ max./40mΩ max.
Insulation resistance 100MΩ min. 500V DC
Voltage proof 500V AC for 1 minute
Mechanical performance Terminal strength 5N for 1 minute
Actuator strength Operating direction 50N
Durability Operating life without load 10,000 cycles
40mΩ max.
Operating life with load (at max. rated load) 10,000 cycles
40mΩ max.
Environmental performance Cold -40℃ 96h
Dry heat 85℃ 96h
Damp heat 40℃, 90 to 95%RH 96h
Minimum order unit (pcs.) Japan 900
Export 4,500


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Mounting Hole Dimensions

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Viewed from direction A in the dimensions.

Actuator Configuration at Front Edge

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Terminal Configuration

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Circuit Diagram

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Packing Specifications

Number of packages (pcs.) 1 case / Japan 900
1 case / export packing 4,500
Export package measurements (mm) 400×270×290

Soldering Conditions

Reference for Dip Soldering
ItemsPreheating temperature100℃ max.
Preheating time60s max.
Dip solderingSoldering temperature260±5℃
Duration of immersion5±1s

Reference for Hand Soldering
Soldering temperature350±5℃
Soldering time3+1/0s

Products Line of Knob

Notes are common to this series/models.

  1. This site catalog shows only outline specifications. When using the products, please obtain formal specifications for supply.
  2. Please place purchase orders per minimum order unit (integer).
  3. Products other than those listed in the above chart are also available. Please contact us for details.
  4. This products can be used in vehicles.
    Although these products are designed to perform over a wide operating temperature range, please ensure that you receive and read the formal delivery specifications before use.
  5. The SPPJ3 series should be operated in the direction of the arrow 2 as shown in the following figure and used within an angle of 15° in reference to the center. If an excessive force is applied from the direction of the arrow 1 against the lever, it might fall as illustrated, resulting in malfunction.