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Basic Switches

Basic Switches have a micro contact gap and operate at the specified movement and force using a snap-action mechanism. They are available in models with split contacts, maintained operation, drip-proof specifications, high capacity, and DC current specifications.

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Basic Switches

A Basic Switch is a small switch with a very small contact gap and snap-action mechanism and with a contact structure that switches for a specified movement and specified force enclosed in a case with an actuator provided on the exterior of the case.
The following Basic Switch structure is shown as an example.
Basic Switches are mainly comprised of five components.

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