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FINGER TOUCH ACTIVATED SWITCH


It does not get any easier if you want a solid state switch that is activated by the touch of a finger. Two small metal pins route voltage through the finger skin to a MOSFET switch. The circuit is great for situations where a membrane type mechanical switch is not desired.

 

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Circuit Finger Activated Switch Circuit designed by Dave Johnson, P.E. (June 3, 2000)

 


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