Round Touch 60 Switch
Setup & instructions
The Round Touch 60 Switch can control 3.5mm audio outputs like in the Xbox Adaptive Controller and other switch adapted products. The cost in part per unit is around $6 USD and it requires no programming. This device may help users with limited hand strength and dexterity who find it challenging to trigger mechanical switches.
Download the attached pdf for the parts list, wiring schematic, 3D printing files, and other project notes.
To use this device, plug in the power supply and connect the mono cable to a switch-controlled device. Simply touch the top surface to engage the switch, indicated by a red LED.
The approximate cost of materials is 10$.
This build involves soldering electrical components and installing them into a 3D printed case. Find more information in the Assembly Guide and video tutorial.
- 3D Printing
- 3D Printing time: 3h 26m
- Assembly Time: 30m
- 3D Printer
- Soldering Iron
- Hot Glue Gun
- Wire Stripper
- Round Touch 60 Switch Housing
Design by Jeffrey Ebin
Documentation by Neil Squire Society / Makers Making Change
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