LED lighting membrane switches boast operating voltages under 50VDC and a working current of 100mA. Their contact resistance ranges between 0.5 and 10Ω, and their insulation resistance stands at an impressive 100MΩ at 100VDC. With a substrate voltage of 2kDVO and a spring time of 6ms, these switches offer a variety of loop resistances tailored to user requirements.
In the bustling cosmos of LED lighting membrane switches, two stars shine brightest. First up, the Leonardo of light – the LED emitting layer, sitting pretty as a distinct layer within the switch itself. A meticulously crafted microcosm of luminescence that screams sophistication. Then, enters the frugal Van Gogh – the external LED backlight or lamps on PCB. An economical maestro that delivers a display effect akin to its luxurious counterpart. A tale of two LEDs, dishing out a glowing spectacle with every touch, every tap.