Our tactile metal domes are momentary switch contacts that, when used in conjunction with a printed circuit board, flex circuit, or membrane, become normally-open tactile switches. Tactile metal domes are placed on printed circuit boards by means of pressure-sensitive adhesive tape or they are captured in a pocket design.
In their relaxed state, the tactile metal domes rest on the outer rim of the primary pathway. When pushed, the domes collapse and make contact with the secondary pathway, thereby closing the circuit. Many different shapes and actuation forces are available in order to fit your specific application. They can be used for electrical contact, tactile-element only, or both electrical and tactile. Contact us today to purchase our tactile metal domes.Get in Touch
Note: Plating may impact the life-cycle rating of the dome.