momentary switch


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momentary switch

A switch used on an assistive technology device that does not hold its closed position but must be constantly held or depressed for it to maintain contact.
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When a bottle was under the sampling inlet, the bottom momentary switch had the ground on the common going to the N.O.
OTAL is activated using a pressure pad momentary switch or a built-in, positive on/off rotary switch.
The driver response panel is located between the right arm rest and the transmission shift, and it contains one large push-button momentary switch, three small push-button momentary switches, three analog linear potentiometers, and two five-position rotary switches.
Designated the EN08 Series, the RoHS-compliant rotary encoders feature an 8-mm design with options of a SPST momentary switch and dual encoders with concentric shafts.