Several things to pay attention to when using the toggle switch
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When using the switch, we should pay attention to several things. Doing these things well can prolong the service life of the switch. What is it? Let's give you a detailed introduction.
The switching switch is to turn on or off the circuit by switching the switch handle, so as to achieve the purpose of switching the circuit. The commonly used types of switching switches are unipolar, unipolar, bipolar and bipolar. They are generally used in low-voltage circuits. They have the characteristics of flexible movement of sliders, stable and reliable performance. The switching switches are mainly used in various instruments and instruments, various electric toys, fax machines, audio equipment, medical equipment, beauty equipment, and other electronic products.
What problems should we pay attention to when using the switch? Customer friends do you know? Next, the staff of the switch manufacturer will explain it for you. I hope it will be helpful to you.
1. Soldering Tin: Cabling design and soldering methods should avoid causing molten tin to flow to the plane of PC board, which will cause poor contact.
2. Use flux cautiously: Water-soluble flux should be avoided when soldering, otherwise it will have adverse effects on the metal and other materials that make up the switch.
3. Sliding handle length: The shorter the length, the better the width A of the sliding handle remains unchanged. The shorter the length of the sliding handle, the better the hand feel. The higher the output point, the worse the hand feel.
4. Low temperature work: When the product is used in low temperature environment, such as car radio or car audio in cold zone, our company provides comfortable products according to customer's requirements. Please explain when ordering.
5. Chemicals for caution: Due to the use of synthetic resin such as polycarbonate, the bottom plate of the switch should avoid exposing the potentiometer to the strong atmosphere of chemical products such as ammonia, amine, alkali solution, threohydrocarbon, ketone, ester and halogen.