Available with diameter 16, 19, 22 or 25 mm bushing, CP series sensory switches are extremely easy to use and ideal for repetitive applications (no operating force). Their IK10 robustness and unlimited life are perfect for self-service applications.
25mm Capacitive Switch
The new CP Series capacitive touch switch technology senses the touch of a finger and creates an electrical charge to activate the switch. An auto-calibration function ensures the sensor adapts to changing external environments.
LANGIR's capacitive touch switches are specially designed for durability and a low activation force. As sensitive as a touch screen, the capacitive switches are perfect for industrial applications where repetitive activation can cause operator fatigue.
Learn More: What is a Capacitive Switch and How Does it Work?
25mm Capacitive Touch Switch
- Activated by the easy touch of a finger, the capacitive touch switches extremely to use
- Adjustable sensitivity sensor adapts to external environments
- Easy-to-locate or on/off indication is possible through independent or output image LED functionality
- Easy to clean because the switch is impervious to dust and dirt, and resistant to harsh chemicals and contaminants
- 50 million cycles and no moving mechanical parts make LANGIR’s CP capacitive touch switch robust and durable
- Available in momentary or latching and with or without illumination
Momentary or latching
Independent or output image LED functionality
50 million cycles
No moving mechanical parts to wear out
Bushing diameter 16, 19 or 22 mm
Impervious to dust and dirt
Resistant to harsh chemicals and contaminants
Sealed to IP68 and IP69K
Impact resistance : IK10
Operating force : 0N
LED state for output image option :1 LED : the LED is ON when the output is closed.2 LEDs : first colour is ON when the output is open. Second colour is ON when the output is closed.
Output type : NPN / PNP
Life expectancy : 50 million cycles
Adjustable sensitivity : Connection to ground by means of the yellow wire increases sensitivity (momentary version only)
Extreme ease of use/ Adaptable/ Easy-locate or on/off indication/ Easy to clean/ Robust and durable
|Sealing||IP68 and IP69K according to IEC 60529
Triggered by flowing water
|Operating temperature||-20°C to +65°C|
|ESD||complies with EN61000-4-2 (extended) ± 8KV (20 contacts) and ± 15KV (20 air discharges)|
|Electrical and General Specifications|
|Max. current/voltage rating||200mA 24VDC|
|Supply voltage||5 to 24VDC|
|Life expectancy||50 million cycles|
|Power consumption non-illuminated||7mA|
|Power consumption illuminated||25mA|
|LED state for output image option||1 LED : the LED is ON when the output is closed.
2 LEDs : first color is ON when the output is open. Second color is ON when the output is closed.
|Output type||NPN / PNP|
|Case||stainless steel, anodized and plastic|
|Terminal||• Multi-wire leads section 0,22 mm2 length 300 mm
• Cable, length 300 mm, section depending on switch model
• Connector : HE14 6V compatible with AMP/TYCO281839-3
R red +V
Black black GND
W white output
A = same colour as LED
Wire colours may vary.
Always refer to the label on the switch.
Q1: What is a capacitive touch switch?
A: A capacitive touch switch is an electronic device that detects touch input through a touch-sensitive surface using changes in capacitance. It allows users to control functions or operations by simply touching the surface.
Q2: How does a capacitive touch switch work?
A: Capacitive touch switches work by creating an electric field on a touch-sensitive surface using electrodes. When a conductive object, like a finger, comes into proximity or makes contact, it disrupts the electric field, changing the capacitance. This change is detected, and the switch triggers a specific action.
Q3: Do capacitive switches require a power source?
A: Yes, capacitive switches typically require a power source to operate. They are connected to a power supply to function correctly.
Q4: Are capacitive touch switches suitable for people with disabilities?
A: Capacitive touch switches can be a viable option for individuals with disabilities. Their touch-sensitive nature requires minimal force to activate, making them accessible for individuals with limited dexterity or mobility. However, it’s important to ensure that the switches are properly calibrated and positioned to accommodate the specific needs of each user.
Q5: Do capacitive switches consume a lot of power?
A: Capacitive switches have low power consumption compared to other types of switches. The power usage primarily occurs when the switch detects touch input and triggers an action. During idle or standby modes, the power consumption is minimal.
Q6: Can capacitive switches be integrated into smart home systems?
A: Yes, capacitive switches can be integrated into smart home systems. They can be connected to a central control unit or home automation hub to enable remote operation and integration with other smart devices. Consult the manufacturer’s specifications and compatibility guidelines for seamless integration.