Switches are Clicky; Here's Why - Vidozee

Switches are Clicky; Here's Why
Technology Connections — Published 6 days ago
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Click clack I was taken aback. Wonderin’ ‘bout those switches of light, yeah.
Let’s find out what the point is of all that clacking, shall we?

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Victor Perez Domingo
Victor Perez Domingo 4 years of electronic engineering and I still learn new things from this video.
orange70383 They click because of the need to make a quick connection between the contact points in the switch. As the connection is made there is an arc between the contacts, a slow connection would reduce the life of the switch.
nick longstaffe
nick longstaffe So blind people can know if they turned the lights on or off 😂
Baldigamer100 VR
Baldigamer100 VR when i was 5 i played with a plug and i saw a blue spark
James Christensen
James Christensen Leviton's top-of-the-line switches are quiet. A loud click isn't necessary to achieve fast make contacts. Also, does this video qualify as click-bait? 😁