Joystick ALPS SKQU 4 direction w/ Switch
Just ass a joystick to any project with the ALPSA SKQU. It's a handy button with a 4 direction joystick in an easy to mount small package.
(5mA 5V DC)
|100,000 cycles for each direction|
|Initial contact resistance||500mΩ max.|
|Minimum packing unit (pcs.)||1,000|
|Operating temperature range||-30°C to +85°C|
|Ratings (max.)/(min.) (Resistive load)||50mA 12V DC/10µA 1V DC|
|Electrical performance||Directional resolution||4-direction|
|Insulation resistance||100MΩ min. 100V DC|
|Voltage proof||250V AC for 1 minute|
|Mechanical performance||Direction application force||1.57(+0.39, -0.69)N|
|Push application force||3.14±0.59N|
|Robustness of terminal||49N for 1 minute|
|Solder heat resistance||Manual soldering||350°C max. 3s max.|
|Dip soldering||260°C max. 5s max.|
|Durability||Vibration||10 to 55 to 10Hz/min., the amplitude is 1.5mm for all the frequencies, in the 3 direction of X, Y and Z for 2 hours respectively|
|Operating life||Directions||100,000 cycles|
|Center push||100,000 cycles|
|Environmental performance||Cold||-30±2°C for 96h|
|Dry heat||80±2°C for 96h|
|Damp heat||60±2°C , 90 to 95%RH for 96h|
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