3 Pin micro lever switch with rated current 3A, rated voltage AC 125V/250V, contact type 1 NC+ 1 NO. Whether you need a switch for a handheld device or a heavy-duty machine, the ATO limit micro switch provides reliable performance and consistent operation.
- Model: ATO-MS-04
- 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
- 3 Pin limit micro lever 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.
- Waterproof 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 the lifespan of a micro switch?
The lifespan of a micro switch can vary depending on a variety of factors, such as the quality of the switch, the conditions in which it is used, and the frequency of use. Generally, a high-quality micro switch can last for millions of cycles, with some models rated for up to 10 million cycles or more.
However, if the micro switch is exposed to harsh environmental conditions such as extreme temperatures, humidity, dust, or vibration, its lifespan may be reduced. Additionally, if the switch is subjected to high levels of electrical current or mechanical stress, it may wear out more quickly.
To ensure the longest possible lifespan for a micro switch, it is important to choose a high-quality model that is suitable for the specific application, and to operate it within its rated specifications. Regular maintenance and cleaning can also help to extend the lifespan of a micro switch.