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Companies other than Honeywell now manufacture miniature snap-action switches.
The miniature snap-action switch was invented in 1932 by Peter McGall, who was an employee of the Burgess Battery Company in Freeport, Illinois.
Since pressure may be changing slowly and contacts should operate quickly, some kind of over-center mechanism such as a miniature snap-action switch is used to ensure quick operation of the contacts.
A miniature snap-action switch, also trademarked and frequently known as a micro switch, is an electric switch that is actuated by very little physical force, through the use of a tipping-point mechanism, sometimes called an "over-center" mechanism.
Miniature snap-action switch may be used for example as components of such devices as photocopiers, computer printers, convertible tops or microwave ovens to ensure internal components are in the correct position for operation and to prevent operation when access doors are opened.
The spans keep in line by using a simple micro switch system.
If the pump doesn't respond the micro switch is not at fault.
Investigation later found this to have been caused by a faulty micro switch.
Micro switches are no longer commonly used in the making of joysticks.
A full ignition wiring harness with micro switch is also included.
Check micro switch on top of control panel.
Lifting the cover triggers a micro switch which, in turn, halts the system.
But there was a little micro switch in the drive somewhere that you were depending on to provide you with write protection.
There is a micro switch to stop the electric guillotine working unless you have closed the hatch.
The 992 had a micro switch which started the motor at the start of any key depression and shut off after key action competed.
There is water coming from my electric shower but it is cold/cool: May be faulty micro switch.
Some fuses allow a special purpose micro switch or relay unit to be fixed to the fuse body.
This was controlled by a micro switch hidden in the gear lever operating a vacuum servo.
With mechanically actuated floats, the float is directly connected to a micro switch.
Examination of the aircraft revealed the horizontal stabilizer was in the full travel nose-down position and beyond the micro switch stop.
Extra wiring, micro switches, and many redundant circuits had been added to confuse the bomb disposal experts.
A motor driven cam (usually relatively slow-speed) and one or more micro switches form a timer mechanism.
No relays or micro switches.
A lit indicator on the controller box from the top micro switch indicates where obstacles are (e.g. an intrusion).
The desk units would set up the ticker symbol code for the desired stock by mechanical means actuating micro switches.
A micro switch is operated when the door is opened and cuts power to the pump motor and air solenoid.
Locating the micro switch in the battery compartment, or at least in a more accessible place will make any further reset considerably easier.
Simply press the torch "button" ( a micro switch located under the body ) and the focused beam LED is lit.
These limits are selectable locally by a manual switch or remotely by micro switches and will control external processes.
When the fuse element blows, the indicating pin extends to activate the micro switch or relay, which, in turn, triggers an event.