The 14mm Lightweight tactile switch is durable and provides long life even after extended use. 4 Pin tactile push button switches are designed to withstand harsh environments and are ideal for outdoor or marine applications.
- Model: ATO-TC-P6614
- Size: 6x6x14mm
- Rated Load: DC12V, 0.6A
- Insulation Resistance: >100MΩ
- Service Life: Approx. 100,000 cycles
- Contact Resistance: 0.03Ω
- Operating Force: 70-300gf
- Operation Force: 70-300gf
Life Test Method: Test the number of times it opens and closes until it is damaged, if not manually, a small motor can be used to drive the eccentric opening and closing switch, using a counter to record the number of times.
- Tact push button switches are designed to be small and compact, making them ideal for use in electronic devices with limited space.
- 4 Pin tact switches are typically designed for momentary action, meaning that they are only activated while they are being pressed.
- Tact switches have a low profile, which means that they sit close to the circuit board and do not take up much vertical space.
- Tact switches are designed to be durable and long-lasting, with a high cycle life and resistance to mechanical stress.
- 6x6x14mm Tact switches require only a light touch to activate, making them easy to operate.
Dimension (Unit mm)
Tact switches, also known as tactile switches, have a variety of applications in electronics. The tact switch is mainly used for audio-visual equipment, digital products, remote control, game consoles, home appliances, security products, toys, computer products, printers, machine tools. control devices, money detectors, laser pens, etc.
Tips: Can I replace a damaged tact switch with a different type of switch?
In general, it is possible to replace a damaged tact switch with a different type of switch, but there are some important considerations to keep in mind.
Firstly, you should make sure that the replacement switch has the same electrical characteristics as the original switch, such as the same voltage and current rating. If the replacement switch has a different rating, it may not function properly or could even damage the circuitry.
Secondly, you should ensure that the replacement switch fits in the same physical space as the original switch and has the same actuation force and tactile feedback. If the replacement switch requires more force to actuate or feels significantly different, it could be uncomfortable or difficult to use.
Finally, you should consider any other design requirements for the switch, such as the need for a sealed switch in a harsh environment or the need for a low-profile switch in a compact device. If the replacement switch does not meet these requirements, it may not be suitable for use in the device.
In summary, while it is possible to replace a damaged tact switch with a different type of switch, it is important to ensure that the replacement switch has the same electrical characteristics, fits in the same physical space, and meets any other design requirements for the device.