The 4 pin tact push button switch is compact and reliable, perfect for applications where space is at a premium. Whether you are designing a new electronic project or replacing a worn-out switch, our 6x6x15mm tactile push button switches are a great choice for their precision and reliability.
- Model: ATO-TC-P6615
- Size: 6x6x15mm
- 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.
- 6x6x15mm 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: How to clean a tact switch?
Cleaning a tact switch is a relatively simple process that can be done using some basic household tools. Here are the steps you can follow to clean a tact switch:
- Turn off the power: Before you start cleaning the switch, turn off the power to the device to avoid any electrical hazards.
- Remove the switch: If possible, remove the switch from the device to make cleaning easier. Use a screwdriver to loosen any screws or clips that hold the switch in place.
- Spray contact cleaner: Use a can of contact cleaner to spray the switch. Hold the can about 6 inches away from the switch and spray for a few seconds.
- This will help to remove any dirt or debris that may be trapped inside the switch.
- Press the switch: After spraying the contact cleaner, press the switch several times to work the cleaner into the switch.
- Dry the switch: Wait for the switch to dry completely before reassembling the device. This may take a few minutes, depending on the type of contact cleaner you used.
- Reinstall the switch: Once the switch is dry, reinstall it into the device and test it to make sure it is working properly.
If you cannot remove the switch from the device, you can still clean it by spraying the contact cleaner directly onto the switch and pressing it several times. Just be sure to turn off the power to the device before cleaning the switch to avoid any electrical hazards.