- Piezo momentary switch is based on a solid-state output allowing for a very long life expectancy (more than 50 million cycles), ideal for demanding applications where reliability is most important.
- The flat actuation surface is completely closed, preventing the intrusion of liquids or other contaminants, perfect for surface cleaning required in the medical and food-processin
- High performance sealing (IP68 and IP69K) is achieved due to the one-piece construction of the switch.
- Outputs are independently powered and polarity insensitive
- Outputs use photocouplers photorelay, Max.:60V 550mA
Independently Controlled Piezo Switches
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Independently Controlled Piezo Momentary Switch
|Functions||Momentary / Latching|
|Contact Arrangement||SPST N.O. / SPST N.C.|
|Pulse Duration||125 – 300mS|
|Voltage||5 – 60V DC|
|Rated Breaking Capacity||1W|
|Switch Resistance OFF||> 5 MΩ|
|Switch Resistance ON||< 20 Ω|
|Contact Configuration||Free polarity|
|Material||Aluminium 6061 T651/ Stainless Steel 316L|
|Actuating Force||3 – 5N|
|Shock Protection||IK 06|
|Anodize Colors||Gold / Red / Blue / Black / Green / Natural|
|Operating Temperature||-40°C to 75°C std.|
|IP Protection||IP69K (front and back)|
Q1: What is a piezo momentary switch?
A1: A piezo momentary switch is a type of switch that utilizes piezoelectric technology to provide momentary contact activation. It works by converting mechanical pressure into an electrical signal through the piezoelectric effect, allowing for temporary contact closure.
Q2: What are the advantages of piezo switches?
A2: They offer a long lifespan, high reliability, resistance to liquids and contaminants, compact size, and quick response time. They are designed to be rugged and can withstand harsh environments, thanks to their sealed construction and high-performance sealing ratings like IP68 and IP69K.
Q3: Where is piezo momentary switch commonly used?
A3: They find applications in industries such as industrial automation, consumer electronics, medical devices, automotive systems, and more.
Q4: Are piezo momentary switches compatible with different circuit designs?
A4: Yes, they are designed to be compatible with various circuit designs, making them easy to integrate into your electronic systems.
Q5: What is the expected lifespan of a piezo momentary switch?
A5: They have a long lifespan, typically exceeding 50 million cycles, ensuring reliable performance over an extended period.
Q6: Can piezo momentary switches be used in outdoor applications?
A6: Yes, they are suitable for outdoor applications as they are designed to withstand environmental elements like dust, moisture, and temperature variations.
Q7: Can piezo momentary switches be used in high-vibration environments?
A7: Absolutely. They are designed to withstand high levels of vibration, ensuring reliable operation in such environments.
Q8: What is the response time of a piezo momentary switch?
A8: Piezo momentary switch has an ultra-fast response time, typically in the microseconds range, enabling quick and precise input.
Q9: Are piezo momentary switches compatible with different interface technologies?
A9: Yes, they can be integrated with various interface technologies, including analog, digital, and serial communication protocols.
Q10: Can piezo momentary switches be used in low-power applications?
A10: Yes, they are known for their low power consumption, making them suitable for energy-efficient designs and battery-operated devices.