Buy a low price limit micro switch with lever online, it has a rated voltage of AC 125V/250V and a rated current of 3A. The lightweight 2 pin micro lever switch can be mounted in a variety of positions and orientations, and the rugged construction ensures that they can withstand harsh operating conditions.
- Model: ATO-MS-03
- Rating: 3A 125/250VAC
- Contact Resistance: 500mΩ Max
- Insulation Resistance: >100MQ DC500V
- Withstand Voltage: AC 1500V, 1min
- Soldering Temperature: 235±5°C, 5s
- Mechanical Life: 1000,000 Cycles
- Electrical Life: Ambient Temperure: -25°C to +105°C
- Ambient Humidity:<85% at +40°C
- Operating Force: 60-100gf max
- Contact Type: 1NC+1NO
- 2 Pin limit micro switches are typically very small and compact, making them easy to install in tight spaces.
- Limit micro switches require very little force to activate, which makes them ideal for use in applications where a light touch is required.
- Snap action switches are designed to be very precise and accurate, ensuring that they activate only when the intended motion or object comes into contact with them.
- Micro switches require very little force to activate, which makes them ideal for use in applications where a light touch is required.
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Micro switches, also known as snap-action switches, are a kind of small low force switches. Micro switches have a wide range of applications including industrial machinery, appliances, automotive systems, etc. Microswitches are compatible with a wide variety of voltages and currents, making them a flexible and versatile choice for many different applications.
Tips: What is a micro switch?
A micro switch, also known as a miniature snap-action switch, is a type of electrical switch that is typically used in a wide range of industrial, commercial, and household applications. The switch is called "snap-action" because it operates quickly and with a distinctive "snap" sound when the
actuator is pressed or released.
Micro switches are small in size and are often used in applications where space is limited. They consist of a spring-loaded lever or button that is actuated by a physical force, such as the movement of a mechanical arm or the opening or closing of a door. When the actuator is pressed, the spring is compressed, and the switch contacts are opened or closed, depending on the design of the switch.
Micro switches are commonly used in appliances, control systems, and safety devices. For example, they may be used in washing machines to detect the position of the door, or in vending machines to detect the dispensing of a product. They can also be used in industrial equipment to detect the position of moving parts or as a safety device to shut down machinery if an operator's hand is in danger of being crushed.