Electronics switches and TTP (Tactile Touch Point) membrane keypads are components used in electronic devices for user input and control. Let's take a closer look at each of these components:
1. Electronics Switches: Electronics switches are devices that control the flow of electric current in an electrical circuit. They can be in the form of physical buttons, toggles, sliders, or touch-sensitive panels. Switches can be either mechanical or electronic, and they are used to turn devices on/off, select options, change settings, or trigger specific actions.
2. TTP Membrane Keypads: TTP membrane keypads are a type of membrane switch technology that provides tactile feedback to the user. These keypads consist of multiple layers, typically including a flexible membrane made of polyester or polycarbonate material. The top layer features printed graphics or symbols corresponding to the buttons or keys. Beneath the graphic overlay, there is a spacer layer, and below that, a circuit layer with conductive traces. When a button is pressed, the top layer deforms, making contact with the circuit layer and completing the electrical connection, which registers the keypress.