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The difference between ball switch and spring switch

2020-11-12 11:15:27 bailing 4

The definition of a vibration switch: it is called a vibration sensor, which is an electronic switch that senses the magnitude of the vibration force, transmits the sensing result to the circuit device, and starts the circuit. The name in the industry is generally divided into two categories, spring switches and ball switches. In fact, strictly speaking, the vibration switch should simply refer to the spring switch, not including the ball switch. Vibration switches are mainly used in electronic toys, small household appliances, sports equipment, and various anti-theft devices. The vibration switch has become an indispensable electronic component in many electronic products because of its flexible and sensitive triggering.

   Vibration switches are divided into two categories: spring switches and ball switches. Both types of switches have two more important index characteristics, sensitivity and directionality. General products only have sensitivity requirements and no directivity requirements.

  The difference between ball switch and spring switch is:

  The spring switch is to sense the magnitude of vibration or centrifugal force, and it is used upright; the ball switch is to sense the change of angle, which is used in flat.

   Sensitivity:

  The sensitivity of the spring switch refers to different products. In the actual device, there will be differences in the magnitude of the induced vibration force. This difference is called sensitivity.

  The sensitivity of the ball switch is the size of the sensing angle, and the sensing result is transmitted to the circuit device to start the circuit. In the actual device, there will be differences in the sensing angles of different products. This difference is called sensitivity.

   Directionality:

   The directionality of the spring switch refers to the direction of force, and the direction of force is roughly divided into three-dimensional six sides, up and down, left and right, front and back.

   The directivity of the ball switch refers to the direction of the tilt angle, and the direction is roughly two sides.