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|A touch switch is a switch that is turned on and off by touching a wire contact, instead of flicking a lever like a regular switch. Touch switches have no mechanical parts to wear out, so they last a lot longer than regular switches. Touch switches can be used in places where regular switches would not last, such as wet or very dusty areas.|
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|The touch plate works great but it turn something on for as long as you hold it, so it is not a switch.|
|Is there a way to make the switch work with a 40 volt power supply. I have LED's that are installed in series and they require around 40 volts.|
|i need help!!!!!! how will be the out put taken and how will be the in put given their is only one out put terminal if i want connect a led how can i connect and a switch needs a input supply where should i give in put can i use ic7400 for nand gate please help me its urgent thank u|
|I need this to work with batteries... 3.7v, 6v, and 7.2v... all pushing up to 2amps. How can I configure this to work with all three situations?|
|It's so useful. We can use it in many different way. It can be a touch switch to a 220volt lamp with a 220volt, 5amp relay connected at the output of the circiut. It's great in everyday use.... JonjonGregorio-Philippines|
|what the output is going to be?? can i put an led to know if the circuit is working or not?? does the circuit working by touching wires by fingers or what?? any one knows the answers, please tell me cuz i am doing this device at the moment. thnks alot.|
|can i make a touch switch using two scr??? if can then how does it work. and the circuit only power by dc voltage so i have a hard time to turn off the scr.. only one touch switch is needed and the touch switch use to turn and off the bulb|
|What am i going to do inorder to make the touch switch just like any other ordinary switches which "on" state is permanent unless it is turned off???|
|I wonder where can I buy a fairly big touch switch? ( about 1 to 2 inch diameter)?|
|i was thinking about adding one of these touch switches to my shaved door handles, so all you do isun lock the car and hit the touch switch . probally mount it behind a window or where the door handle used to be.|
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