Bracket and Positioning Column Assembled by Side Key Touch Switch
Release time：2019-01-08 Clicks： Click
When assembling the side key touch switch, we need to pay attention to the situation of the bracket and the positioning column. What is the specific situation? Let's give you a detailed introduction.
It is very difficult to assemble the side button touch switch manually. Like the patch touch switch, it needs to be assembled by machine, which is fast and accurate, and can be easily damaged during welding. Because the foot of the side touch switch is short and the support or positioning column is aligned with the product, and the welding temperature of the switch is so high that it will be damaged after a long time, and the temperature will also be damaged if it is too high. Therefore, in assembly, machines are generally used, and manual assembly is seldom used, but many plug-in touch switches are manually assembled. With a bracket and a positioning post, it can be used together on a side key touch switch.
Normally, products will not be so designed. This setting is to meet those products with poor fixity. It is seldom set up with positioning columns and brackets because of the inconvenience of assembly, or even more difficult. Speaking of tapping the switch on the side, we will inadvertently remember that the flat switch button on the side looks similar in style. The difference is that there are brackets with positioning pillars, and the side with positioning pillars with a touch switch is well recognized, but the bracket will mislead many people. What's the use of brackets? It's difficult to assemble and design. It's common for side buttons to touch switches with positioning posts and brackets. As shown in the following figure, side keys with brackets and positioning posts. The two forms of side button touch switch can have the same parameters, including service life, strength of use, temperature resistance, humidity resistance and even the use of shrapnel. They are different only in appearance and are the same in use. If the two switches are installed on the product, it is basically impossible to distinguish which one is the light touch switch with bracket and which one is the fixed one. Column. Whether with a bracket or with a positioning column, they are all for better fixing on the product. The side button touch switch is different from other light touch switches. It has only two feet conductive and no more feet to fix. The other light touch switches will have four feet or more, so only two feet conductive, and the rest will play a fixed role.