Dome switches

  • 01-May-2009 04:53 EDT
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Snaptron’s GX-Series metal dome switches feature a four-leg design that can withstand increased forces when compared to previous four-leg or round dome designs. Over 400 g of force can be achieved in a 6-mm-diameter size while still maintaining five million life cycles. The domes come in sizes as small as 5 mm; a single dome can replace applications where multiple domes are stacked to achieve higher actuation forces. The units can be used anywhere a momentary switch, with tactile feedback, is required. Common substrates include printed circuit boards, flex circuits, and membrane applications.
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