MagneLink Inc

1060 N E 25th Ave Suite C, Hillsboro, Oregon, 97124 United States View map
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At MagneLink Inc., we manufacture a comprehensive line of switches that use reed or hall devices in custom or standard housings. Because they are magnetically actuated, each product’s industrial life span is not limited by wear on mechanical parts. Each switch is hermetically sealed, resists mechanical abuse and does not include an exposed lever that can cause many problems. We are committed to producing high-quality, reliable and cost-effective magnetic switches, and to make the process simple for each customer by sharing our engineering knowledge. We do not require you to make large orders, and are happy to create custom products and prototypes. We aim for 100% customer satisfaction.

Switches Product Line

We manufacture many models of magnetically actuated switches. They are suitable for a variety of size loads, AC and DC voltages, and available in many configurations.

  • The MLA switch features small rectangular housing that measures 0.2 x 0.3 x 0.9 in. It suits installation in tight spaces, and can be built with either the reed or hall effect sub switch designs.
  • A defeat-resistant switch featuring a coded magnet and a mounting tab with two bolt holes, the MLD switch is available for both AC and DC voltage switching currents.
  • With a curved side, the MLF switch can mount on cylinders, and is available with or without LED. It comes with either flying leads or an 8 mm connector, and can be built with either the reed or hall effect sub switch designs.
  • Perfect for flush mount installations, the MLM switch consists of a threaded glass-filled nylon housing with jam nuts. Its maximum voltage is 125 V in either AC or DV voltage.

We also offer coded magnetic switches where defeat resistance is available.

Switches Industrial Applications

Magnetic switches are frequently used in compactors, balers, robotics, automatic product handling, service trucks, door position sensors, linear motion presses, safety interlocks, feedback position sensing for automated systems, and automatic closet light activation.

Switches Manufacturing Process

Our dedicated and experienced team members work with state-of-the-art equipment in our Hillsboro, Oregon facility.