What are the precautions for using the tactile switch?
The main factors affecting the quality of the tactile switch are the protection of the tactile switch, solderability, reliability, lifespan, feel, production process, and mounting dimensions. The base material of the switch is brass or phosphor bronze (low grade is iron). In order to reduce the contact resistance, the pin is basically silver plated, and the SO2 gas in the air will be oxidized when the silver is in the air, which directly affects the solderability of the switch. Sex and contact resistance, so high-quality tact switches must first be controlled in place on the substrate's silver plating thickness and silver plating process.
The fourth is the production process. After assembly, the final impact on quality is the assembly process. The assembly process depends on factors such as the production company’s management capabilities, staff quality awareness, and quality assurance capabilities. The quality of the final products coming out of different guarantee capabilities will certainly be different. Market assembly methods include labor and machinery. Machine assembly costs are low but product quality is low. Manual assembly costs are high but the quality is high. The fifth is the factory inspection. The methods and items of factory inspection also affect the quality of the final tactile switch. For example, whether the appearance, feel, conduction, resistance, and other items are sample inspection or full inspection. For example, the scrap rate required by some large manufacturers is PPM. Measured or zero defects, it is necessary to set sampling inspections or quality inspections after the inspection inspection.