Tag Archives: Switch

Slide Switch
by Tarun Agarwal 1 month ago

What is a Slide Switch : Working & Its Applications

There are different methods available to control the flow of current in a circuit. Among them, slide switches are most frequently used where particularly space constraints need to be taken into consideration. These switches provide a suitable...

Float Switch
by Tarun Agarwal 1 month ago

What is Float Switch : Working & Its Applications

Float switches are used in various industrial processes for point-level detection which means these switches give an indication that a liquid level is normally open or normally closed at a specific level. These switches work for detecting...

Limit Switch
by Tarun Agarwal 2 months ago

What is Limit Switch : Working & Its Applications

Detecting the presence or absence of an object using a contact or noncontact detecting device is possible using a simple switch. Once the object is detected then these devices will generate an electrical signal that is used to control different...

DPST Switch
by Tarun Agarwal 2 months ago

What is a DPST Switch : Working & Its Applications

In an electric field, a switch can be defined as an electrical component that is used to connect or disconnect the conducting lane within an electrical circuit, Generally, switches are made in several configurations which include different...

Rocker Switch
by Tarun Agarwal 2 months ago

What is Rocker Switch : Working & Its Applications

The electrical components which are used to turn ON and OFF power in various kinds of electrical and electronic devices are known as switches. These devices are simply operated by electricity. So, ON and OFF the power by using the switches...

DPDT Switch
by Tarun Agarwal 7 months ago

What is DPDT Switch : Working & Its Applications

A DPDT switch (double-pole, double-throw) is an electromechanical switch that can be formed by adding a pole to the SPDT switch. This is very easy to install because it is available with a locking system that can lock & unlock the switch...