How a microswitch works
We used the micro switches for cabinet safety interlocks in the Navy to prevent accidents.
Thank you for making this video, it is a great help on my project and a clear lesson.
Nice video. Is a normal switch faster than a microswitch one?
Wow, this video was amazing! Super clear and simple to follow, thank you!
If anyone still doesn't understand it ,just the micro switch , it's a mechanical push force relay .
Very helpful to understand "what that third terminal is" thank you.
Thank you for this simple and informative video🙏
Top notch video. Thank you
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Great video! I can't believe this hasn't been viewed a lot more…
this is one of the best videos i've seen of its type. great job, thank you, and please make more
Good job 👍, "Sv "
Cecil, this was perfect… thank you for taking the time to do this… six years ago now and your video is still adding value and helping people! If you see this comment, I have a question – what software did you use to make the graphics for your video? Thanks! Dan
This was helpful and not an ad. I thank you.
Thanks for the video! It was useful for me in order to construct my "Bimbo V.1" device: https://youtu.be/vgfCYsiZAkE By the way, what do you think it is actually good for?
I'm a beginner to robotics and you're video really helped me. Thank you so much 😊😊😊
Great video, and great tip (testing the switch without removing it) Thank you.
Thanks, that helped!
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