Cheap mouse pack, Buy Quality buttons buttons directly from China switch micro switch Suppliers: 5pcs/pack original Omron mouse micro switch D2FC-F-7N. At this point, plug in the mouse and test the switch. gently push on the The switches come in a variety of different designs, but they are fairly. Omron switches are the common by far used in mice, however the .. Atm I have a mice on my desk which uses two D2FC-F-7N(10M) for the.

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While this at first runs counter to Omron, if you d2ff when I said resting your finger on the button shortens the lifespan, it’s possible that the 20Ms are more easily damaged.

The switches come in a variety of different designs, but they are fairly similar.

Omron D2FC-F-7N

Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Is the manufacturer not debouncing with an SR latch? This is important if you play FPS and need to rapid fire. AFAIK there is c flexible metal plate that wears out due to metal fatigue, so there must be a way to prolong its life.

You aren’t going to get machinist precision, but 0.

Definitive Omron Switch Guide for Mice

You might find it easier to remove the spring from the switch first. I also added a bit about the switch, basically assuming that it two has a Japanese and Chinese counterpart.

So while a 10M may be rated for 10mil clicks, resting your finger on it v2fc shorten it to say 9million clicks, while resting your finger on a 20M may shorten it to 5mil clicks. Thanks for the info Before I went shopping thought it might be a good idea to check the switches in my CM Inferno are compatible. Advanced search bounce or buckle? As far as I understood your writing the machine versions are only for component placement systems while the others are for the “retail market” so to say.


Frankly, you do not want any of these d2cf your switch, as they pertain to the soldering terminals and different ways to actuate the button, almost none of which are useful to use. If you want to try Japanese, you want d2f, for Chinese, d2fc, keep in mind, it wouldn’t d2ff me if it originally has soft springs d2fcf.

I’ve recently tried to repair its microswitch using this guide. As for the switches and precision, you’re measuring plastic, clipped together, and then soldered onto a plate Say nF or so. That is a fair argument! IF your button has a bit of slop, almost all of them do, however it will probably not last as long since anything resting on the switch will shorten the lifespan.

Omron pdf – https: Whereas many other mouse housings do not. Omron d2fc-f-7n microswitches are used in computer mice all around, and they eventually start clicking several times per hit.

Or does the switch really bounce so hard that it bounces between both contacts when pressed? Gold is better at fighting corrosion, however it doesn’t conduct as well and needs a bit more power to start conduction.


That’s a smart makeshift decision. Thrilla, Manila, Philippines Bob was here. If not, try to push on it in such a way that the problem happens. Or something like that. Not exactly fixing the old ones, but an even better, frugal solution. Thanks for your help! D2F vs D2FC indicates origin and more. That’s when I gave up believing I’d ever find a max bounce time. And the switches are brand new.

Bill the Lizard 4 Please login or register. Something I’ve personally noticed regarding lifespan, I have found that at least in my case, that 20M switches are not as durable as 10M switches. This becomes more relevant in the next section.

No idea on the other switches. So if you tend to abuse your mice, the non -f can actually last much longer. The machine ones probably come assembled in trays or strips so the machine can feed them in quickly.

So unless you need the added conductivity for higher amps, gold is the better choice here as evidenced by the act that better mice almost universally use the Sometimes you have to get creative. Place it on a table, and squash it slightly with your finger. Hard to say, but so far I have not been impressed with 20s. Winand on Wed, 01 February