Goldpoint Selector Switches
Goldpoint selector switches were designed for high quality audio applications. 
They are easy to use. Each switch position is clearly labeled on both sides of the PC boards, 
"1, 2, 3", etc., and the common (pole) connections are labeled "C".
RoHS compliant.
All Goldpoint selector switches have 30 degree switching angles. This means that each knob position will point 30 degrees away from its adjacent position(s). (Our 24-position stepped attenuators have 15 degree switching angles - each adjacent knob position.)

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Goldpoint Selector Switch - 1 deck
Goldpoint Selector Sweitch - 2 decks
single deck
dual deck

(you can specify / order these selector switches with as many as 6 decks)
4 different switch decks with different circuit configurations are available:
ALL Goldpoint selector switches are 30 degree switching angle.

1 Pole PC Board 2 Pole PC Board 3 Pole PC Board 4 Pole PC Board

1 Pole (1 circuit),
and up to 12 Positions
(per deck)
2 Poles (2 circuits), 
and up to 6 Positions
(per deck)
3 Poles (3 circuits), 
and up to 4 Positions
(per deck)
4 Poles (4 circuits),
and up to 3 Positions
(per deck)

Part Numbers: 

More example part numbers:
1P-8T-1D =  1 Pole, 8 Positions, 1 Deck
2P-6T-1D =  2 Poles, 6 Positions, 1 Deck
3P-4T-1D =  3 Poles, 4 Positions, 1 Deck
4P-3T-1D =  4 Poles, 3 Positions, 1 Deck
2P-6T-2D =  4 Poles, 6 Positions, 2 Decks  (2 Poles per deck)
2P-5T-3D =  6 Poles, 5 Positions, 3 Decks  (2 Poles per deck)
4P-3T-4D = 16 Poles, 3 Positions, 4 Decks  (4 Poles per deck)

A second "Stop Screw" is used to set (or change) the maximum number of switch positions. 
Never move the first stop screw (the one installed at index position "0").
see illustration below

-How To Install a Goldpoint Selector Switch:
_______Very Important! The most common error made when installing one of these units is to fail to: 
           1) Use a second hex nut inside the mounting panel - as shown in Mounting Method #1.
______2) Cut or file a channel (keyway inthe panel) for the key to fit into - as shown in Mounting Method #2
______3) File off the protruding key on the switch itself - as shown in Mounting Method #3.
Mounting Method 1: If the panel you are mounting to is thin: up to 0.70", (1/16"), (1.5 mm), you can mount the unit using two hex nuts and a flat washer. This is the preferred and easiest mounting method.
Important: Never allow the locking key to touch the inner hex nut - doing so could warp and damage the unit.

Mounting Method 2: If the panel is thicker than .070", mount the unit with only one hex nut and a flat washer. 
Make a notch in the mounting hole - as shown at left: 
"Mounting Hole with Keyway".
Important:Never allow the locking key to touch the inside of the mounting panel - doing so could warp and damage the unit.
Mounting Method 3: File off the protruding locking key - whether the mounting panel is thin or thick. Then use only one hex nut to secure the unit to the panel - as shown at left. While filing, cover the rest of the unit with plastic wrap or other suitable material to ensure the filings do not get into the switch contacts.

Complete Mounting Data in Acrobat PDF file