CHERRY, founded in 1953, is a global leader in the development and manufacture of microswitches, sensors, electronic controls, and touch controls based on infra-red technology. The company was acquired in 2008 by The ZF Group, a leading worldwide automotive supplier for Driveline and Chassis Technology. The well-known CHERRY brand thrives under the umbrella of ZF Friedrichshafen AG and in 2010 produced more than 250 million microswitches alone. CHERRY switches, sensors and controls are synonymous with quality, precision and reliability, and can be found in a broad range of applications and markets such as white goods and appliances, automotive, gaming, vending, drives, switchgear, control engineering and power tools.
Cherry GS102301 Geartooth Speed Sensor is a threaded, straight, sealed connector rated to IEC60529 IP68 for immersion and is resistant to fuels, solvents, and lubricants
associated with engines, transmissions, brakes, and chassis systems. Cherry's GS102301 Geartooth Speed Sensor is capable of operating up to 140ºC, is ESD resistant to 15kV (contact discharge), operates at near zero speed, and is installed with a Viton o-ring that installs into a standard M20 x 1.5 o-ring port. Applications include transmission speed, wheel speed, engine speed, and anti-lock braking systems.
Cherry YR series switch has a high current rating up to 20 amps and features rounded corners and a minimum mechanical life of 50,000 operations. The switch is available in a variety of colors and in lighted and non-lighted versions.