The hot selling 4 pin tact push button switch comes in a 6x6x7mm size, it features excellent electrical contact and precise activation for enhanced performance and functionality.
- Model: ATO-TC-P667
- Size: 6x6x7mm
- 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.
- 6x6x7mm Tact switches require only a light touch to activate, making them easy to operate.
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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: What are the maximum voltage and current that a tact switch can handle?
The maximum voltage and current that a tact switch can handle will depend on the specific model and manufacturer of the switch. Generally, tact switches are designed to handle relatively low voltages and currents.
As an example, a typical tact switch may be rated for a maximum voltage of 50 volts DC and a maximum current of 0.1 amps (100 milliamps). However, this can vary depending on the specific switch and its intended use.
It is important to consult the datasheet or specifications for a specific tact switch to determine its maximum voltage and current ratings. Using a switch outside of its specified ratings can result in damage to the switch or other components in the circuit, and may create a safety hazard.