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Panasonic's short and long stroke micro switches with silver contacts for high contact reliability can now be ordered through TTI, Inc.
New rubber dome type EVPAS series switches have a size of 6mm x 6mm (square) x 5mm with only 2 terminals. The rubber dome feature enables a dust proof structure with a silent superior snap and extra soft feeling. Available with a stroke of 1.0mm or 1.3mm and equipped with an actuator (push plate), the switch guarantees high operability for a wide range of applications, such as operating switches for electronic car equipment, operating switches for mobile devices, and electronic music instruments.
Further technical details include a travel of 1.0mm or 1.3mm, excellent solder ability with 2 terminals, excellent light-touch operation feeling, an operating temperature range of -40˚C up to +85˚C, and 30k - 100k life cycles with a variety of push forces 1.6N, 2.0N, 2.5N, 3.0N and 3.5N. Reflow soldering is also available.
Metal dome type EVQPL series switches benefit from a very small size of only 4.9mm x 4.9mm x 1.5mm in SMD and a 0.25mm stroke including high contact ability. A dustproof structure (with film between push plate and metal dome) with an excellent tactile and acoustic feedback makes them suitable for very dust-sensitive environments.
Further technical details include a height of 0.8mm (without push plate) and 1.5mm (with push plate), a travel of 0.25mm, excellent solderability with J-Bent terminals, and an excellent haptic feeling high click ratio (e.g. 3.5N >50%). Designed for an operating temperature range from -40˚C up to +85˚C, the devices have a long life cycle of 100k-500k operations with a push force 1.0N, 1.6N, 2.6N and 3.5N. Ground terminals are available. Main target applications are washing machines, shavers, electric toothbrushes, keyless entry systems, healthcare/medical equipment, and audio/video devices.
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