Dark Yellow Switch Kailh Low-Profile Heavy Switches Linear Switch P/N: CPG135001D01-1 Manufacturer: Kailh Switch type: tactile Keycap mount: Proprietary Rating: 12V AC/DC max. 2V DC min . 10mA AC/DC max. 10μA DC min Actuation Force: 50±10gf Pre-travel:1.9±0.5mm Actuation Travel:...Send Inquiry
Kaih Choc Heavy Switch for office keyboard
|Heavy Low Profile||CPG135001D01-1||Dark Yellow/linear/70gf|
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Two words you'll need to know in order to get the most out of this guide are "linear" and "tactile." Almost every mechanical switch is one or the other, and the difference between the two types is easy to understand. To actuate a linear switch, you must push it all the way down, like a membrane key. To actuate a tactile switch, you usually push it about halfway down; you can continue pressing the key after that, but you can also take your finger off and move to the next key right away.