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NKK Switches FP01 series pushbutton switches

6/30/2011 05:43 PM EDT
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_hm
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re: NKK Switches FP01 series pushbutton switches
_hm   7/2/2011 2:24:02 PM
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That is good. But challenge is to develope this type of switches in 8mm and 6mm diameter dimension. Also, http://www.danielsoneurope.com/products/piezo_switches/, Piezo switch are more suitable for rugged applications with 50 millions or more operation and IP68 ratings. For this switch, it is not classified for IP hence its is difficult to emploty them in many critical applications.

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zeeglen   7/1/2011 4:20:56 PM
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Why make it smaller? 26 mm diameter makes it easy to jab first time without missing of fumbling with a small button. Very useful for something like an emergency stop control.

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re: NKK Switches FP01 series pushbutton switches
_hm   7/1/2011 2:38:56 PM
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It looks very big and should be made much smaller. What is IP rating?

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