The limit micro switch with roller lever actuator is designed to provide smooth and consistent switching action to ensure long term reliable operation. Whether you are a professional electronics manufacturer or a DIY enthusiast, the micro switch with roller lever is an essential component to help you achieve precise and reliable control in your projects!
- Model: ATO-MS-07
- 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 switches are typically very small and compact, making them easy to install in tight spaces.
- Waterproof 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 roller lever switches require very little force to activate, which makes them ideal for use in applications where a light touch is required.
Dimension (Unit mm)
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: How do you test a micro switch?
Testing a micro switch typically involves checking the continuity of the electrical circuit when the switch is activated (pressed or released). Here are the steps to test a micro switch:
- Disconnect any power source from the circuit that the micro switch is a part of.
- Use a multimeter to test for continuity between the two terminals of the micro switch. The multimeter should be set to measure resistance or continuity.
- Press or release the button on the micro switch (depending on the type of switch) and observe the reading on the multimeter. If the switch is working properly, the multimeter should indicate continuity when the switch is activated and no continuity when the switch is not activated.
- If the multimeter does not show continuity when the switch is activated, or shows continuity when the switch is not activated, the switch may be faulty and needs to be replaced.
- Reconnect any power source to the circuit once the testing is complete.
It is important to note that the specific steps to test a micro switch may vary depending on the make and model of the switch, and it is always recommended to refer to the manufacturer's instructions for specific guidance.