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Re: Definitive Omron Switch Guide for Mice
« Reply #50 on: Fri, 03 March 2017, 08:44:14 »
I actually like the feel of the Logitech gaming mice as opposed to the Razer ones. Not that I am a fan of the said company, but I just like the feel of the mouse buttons. Even though they're both using the Omron switches, I just feel that the Logitech G502 that I have has a softer feel to it in every mouse press.

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Re: Definitive Omron Switch Guide for Mice
« Reply #51 on: Fri, 03 March 2017, 21:21:35 »
I actually like the feel of the Logitech gaming mice as opposed to the Razer ones. Not that I am a fan of the said company, but I just like the feel of the mouse buttons. Even though they're both using the Omron switches, I just feel that the Logitech G502 that I have has a softer feel to it in every mouse press.

IDK if razer does it,  but logitech will feel more shallow and lighter because the prong which contacts the switch has a specific h shape, where the bars prevent overtravel  in engaging the switch.

This is good for the switch, but it will reduce the travel

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Re: Definitive Omron Switch Guide for Mice
« Reply #52 on: Sat, 08 April 2017, 13:32:28 »
I recently bought 10 OMRON "D2FC-F-7N (20M)(OF)" switches for my ASUS ROG Gladius Mouse.



I know that 20M is 20 Million click lifespan. However do you know what (OF) means in paranthesis ?


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Re: Definitive Omron Switch Guide for Mice
« Reply #53 on: Sat, 08 April 2017, 14:49:37 »
I recently bought 10 OMRON "D2FC-F-7N (20M)(OF)" switches for my ASUS ROG Gladius Mouse.

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I know that 20M is 20 Million click lifespan. However do you know what (OF) means in paranthesis ?


not in the spec sheet . don't know.

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Re: Definitive Omron Switch Guide for Mice
« Reply #54 on: Sat, 08 April 2017, 18:38:38 »
I have no idea, but can only assume it's a special batch made for s company, for example, the spec sheet doesn't list the "M" variant of the switch which is made specifically for Microsoft mice.
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Re: Definitive Omron Switch Guide for Mice
« Reply #55 on: Sun, 09 April 2017, 10:05:59 »
What do you say about this new one?
http://www.ebay.com/itm/391705302200?_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

Another thing - I read on Omron's site that the (1M) (for example) it an indication of the mechanical lifespan of the switch, while the electrical lifespan is usually much lower (for example, the electrical lifespan of the one with 1mil mechanical lifespan, is only 100k)

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Re: Definitive Omron Switch Guide for Mice
« Reply #56 on: Sun, 09 April 2017, 11:17:38 »
What do you say about this new one?
http://www.ebay.com/itm/391705302200?_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

Another thing - I read on Omron's site that the (1M) (for example) it an indication of the mechanical lifespan of the switch, while the electrical lifespan is usually much lower (for example, the electrical lifespan of the one with 1mil mechanical lifespan, is only 100k)

I am no expert on OMRON switches but I think these blue buttoned (50M) ones are very stiff.
Where do I know ? Well, my Asus ROG Gladius mouse has those switches inside for the "Forward" and "Backward" buttons. They are blue buttoned and very stiff to press. I think it's the tradeof for such a high lifespan value.

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Re: Definitive Omron Switch Guide for Mice
« Reply #57 on: Sun, 09 April 2017, 15:26:01 »
While researching the OF and K switch, I found a little documentation on the D2F-F-7N and confirmed that it is a 75g (low spring pressure) switch (this info has been added to the guide).
Still not sure if the number refers to assembly line packaging, but would make sense as Omron also builds automation lines.


As for the K switch, apparently these have been nicknamed "blue dots" and are being touted as a 50m direct replacement for the the D2F-F-7N, including spring pressure. Remember, you are used to operating these with a lot more leverage, so a brand new switch in your hand will feel very stiff, that said, the documentation claiming these are a direct replacement for D2F-F-7N comes from Chinese sellers and as many of us are well aware, some of these guys will tell you it folds laundry and makes you meals if they thought it would sell you on it.
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Re: Definitive Omron Switch Guide for Mice
« Reply #58 on: Sun, 09 April 2017, 18:57:50 »
So there is no trusted source regarding this K version?

And what about the mechanical\electrical lifespan variation?

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Re: Definitive Omron Switch Guide for Mice
« Reply #59 on: Sun, 09 April 2017, 19:01:49 »
So there is no trusted source regarding this K version?

And what about the mechanical\electrical lifespan variation?



You only need to worry about lifespan  if you have the proper soldering equipment and technique..


Because I've noticed that most people are putting in these switches outside of the proper soldering guidelines..

Check my WMO ultimate thread below for soldering guide for the omron switches.

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Re: Definitive Omron Switch Guide for Mice
« Reply #60 on: Mon, 10 April 2017, 03:46:38 »
I actually did read the guide to properly soldering the OMRON switches and soldered accordingly, so I don't think this is an issue atm, but thanks!

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Re: Definitive Omron Switch Guide for Mice
« Reply #61 on: Mon, 10 April 2017, 05:20:34 »
So there is no trusted source regarding this K version?

And what about the mechanical\electrical lifespan variation?
Because this is (what I assume to be) a machine assembled, bulk ordered part, Omron won't just hand out documentation on it as they don't expect the general public to need it. 

As for lifespan, it's right on the side of the switch.
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Re: Definitive Omron Switch Guide for Mice
« Reply #62 on: Mon, 10 April 2017, 18:10:54 »
So there is no trusted source regarding this K version?

And what about the mechanical\electrical lifespan variation?
Because this is (what I assume to be) a machine assembled, bulk ordered part, Omron won't just hand out documentation on it as they don't expect the general public to need it. 

As for lifespan, it's right on the side of the switch.



keep in mind that number is marked assuming non- full travel,  as in the switch will be actuated but not be pushed all the way down..


In certain mice like mx518/ g400,  the button flap which goes over the switch in an h shape to prevent over travel..


in mice like the microsoft intellimouse, it's a flat bar which goes full-travel to the bottom out the switch..



So in theory ,  the same switches will last MILLIONS of times longer in a logitech mouse vs the microsoft intellimouse..



IN THE END.. this number simply doesn't matter to the end user, because replacement is cheap.


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Re: Definitive Omron Switch Guide for Mice
« Reply #63 on: Mon, 10 April 2017, 19:30:30 »
IN THE END.. this number simply doesn't matter to the end user, because replacement is cheap.
Agreed, the number is almost irrelevant, but not because of price (ever try changing one in a G700?), but because lifespan is much more depending on how you abuse it, which is ridiculously easy to do.
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Re: Definitive Omron Switch Guide for Mice
« Reply #64 on: Mon, 08 May 2017, 06:54:09 »
Hi all,

My apologies if this post is in the wrong thread, but it's my best guess.

I have opened up my Corsair M65 Pro RGB to have a look "under the hood".
So I did find the expected D2FC-F-7N(20M) switches as the main buttons.

However, the buttons on the side (the ones you click by using your thumb) show no model or brand name except for a logo.
I took a picture of them:


I tried a "reverse image search" of the logo, but I come up empty.
Are these also Omron switches? And if not, does someone know what I'm looking at here?

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Re: Definitive Omron Switch Guide for Mice
« Reply #65 on: Mon, 08 May 2017, 07:59:32 »
Hi all,

My apologies if this post is in the wrong thread, but it's my best guess.

I have opened up my Corsair M65 Pro RGB to have a look "under the hood".
So I did find the expected D2FC-F-7N(20M) switches as the main buttons.

However, the buttons on the side (the ones you click by using your thumb) show no model or brand name except for a logo.
I took a picture of them:
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I tried a "reverse image search" of the logo, but I come up empty.
Are these also Omron switches? And if not, does someone know what I'm looking at here?

those  are not omron.


However,  they're probably just as good..

Omron's patent is out on this switch, so they've been thoroughly cloned by many many other manufacturers..



KEEP IN MIND, there is nothing special about official omrons..


We'll assume they have somewhat stricter quality control..  but, even then, the manufacturers of mice are only using them because they're afraid of people like me making threads about Not getting omrons on the internet..


It's a cult following issue for us die-hards.. hahahahaha

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Re: Definitive Omron Switch Guide for Mice
« Reply #66 on: Mon, 08 May 2017, 16:24:02 »
those  are not omron.

However,  they're probably just as good..
This...
Omrons are not god, it's a mechanical item which can easily be reproduced, especially when a patent and tech documents give all you need to copy it.

If they are working and you don't hate the feel, leave them alone. These switches are actually quite delicate to pressure and heat.
If they are damaged, swap them with what is there or the equivalent Omron.
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Re: Definitive Omron Switch Guide for Mice
« Reply #67 on: Mon, 08 May 2017, 18:00:42 »
All I can say is thanks for this insightful thread, I always wanted to learn more about mice switches!

I has a couple gaming mice where the switches were acting up, but I never know which switches I should get as a replacement. This will definitely help! :thumb:

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Re: Definitive Omron Switch Guide for Mice
« Reply #68 on: Mon, 08 May 2017, 20:47:09 »
Glad you found it helpful. :)
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Re: Definitive Omron Switch Guide for Mice
« Reply #69 on: Tue, 09 May 2017, 04:45:05 »
those  are not omron.

However,  they're probably just as good..
This...
Omrons are not god, it's a mechanical item which can easily be reproduced, especially when a patent and tech documents give all you need to copy it.

If they are working and you don't hate the feel, leave them alone. These switches are actually quite delicate to pressure and heat.
If they are damaged, swap them with what is there or the equivalent Omron.

Oh of course! They work fine. And I can imagine they might take "cheaper" switches for the side buttons as in general I assume they are not used as much as the main LMB and RMB.

It was purely from an information perspective that I wanted to figure what switches they used in this area of the mouse, because I'm doing a review of it. :)



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Re: Definitive Omron Switch Guide for Mice
« Reply #70 on: Wed, 10 May 2017, 16:04:08 »
I got some new empiric data on the durability of the d2f-01f-t: 6 months of hanzo gameplay :P I'm about to swap them to new ones since the button cuts the circuit before the click while releasing pressure.

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Re: Definitive Omron Switch Guide for Mice
« Reply #71 on: Mon, 15 May 2017, 12:20:04 »
(on the previous page) i ordered d2f-01f-t but they sent me d2f-f.) though the pictures of these two were mixed up on that ebay page.
It is really made in Japan. At least there's "omron japan" title.
p.s. I thought it's harder to solder a switch, though i'm not sure if i've done it completely right.)
p.p.s. for some reason old good a4tech feels better than new cool M705
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Re: Definitive Omron Switch Guide for Mice
« Reply #72 on: Mon, 15 May 2017, 19:20:55 »
(on the previous page) i ordered d2f-01f-t but they sent me d2f-f.) though the pictures of these two were mixed up on that ebay page.
It is really made in Japan. At least there's "omron japan" title.
p.s. I thought it's harder to solder a switch, though i'm not sure if i've done it completely right.)
p.p.s. for some reason old good a4tech feels better than new cool M705


doesn't matter that much.. but ebay's unreliable, many counterfeits   if you want to get REAL OMRONS  for SURZIES...

Mouser or digikey is the place to get official..


That said...   Even if they're fake... again, they're probably 100% just as good.. hahahahahha

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Re: Definitive Omron Switch Guide for Mice
« Reply #73 on: Mon, 15 May 2017, 19:22:42 »
Next time you do it.. make sure to get a solder sucker, and get the old solder off first..


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Re: Definitive Omron Switch Guide for Mice
« Reply #74 on: Fri, 07 July 2017, 06:32:53 »
I came across a new model:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/4x-OMRON-D2FC-F-K-50M-Ultra-Subminiature-Switches-RAZER-Logitech-APPLE-Mouse-/112068354027?hash=item1a17cb5feb:g:UbQAAOSwIgNXlEh8

And I saw that Logitech claim that they use in the new G903 (vs the G900) a new switch which lasts 50m click (vs 20m in the G900). Do you think this is legit?
I bought a few of the 50m, but they weight less than the 20m (easier to click), and it seems odd. They feel like the 5\10m...

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Re: Definitive Omron Switch Guide for Mice
« Reply #75 on: Fri, 07 July 2017, 15:56:18 »
I came across a new model:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/4x-OMRON-D2FC-F-K-50M-Ultra-Subminiature-Switches-RAZER-Logitech-APPLE-Mouse-/112068354027?hash=item1a17cb5feb:g:UbQAAOSwIgNXlEh8

And I saw that Logitech claim that they use in the new G903 (vs the G900) a new switch which lasts 50m click (vs 20m in the G900). Do you think this is legit?
I bought a few of the 50m, but they weight less than the 20m (easier to click), and it seems odd. They feel like the 5\10m...

The 50m would only work in mice designed specifically to  minimize overtravel like logitech's.

If you put it in a Microsoft Wheel mouse optical for example, which always full travels on the click,    it would never even get close to 50m.

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Re: Definitive Omron Switch Guide for Mice
« Reply #76 on: Sun, 09 July 2017, 03:31:07 »
I came across a new model:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/4x-OMRON-D2FC-F-K-50M-Ultra-Subminiature-Switches-RAZER-Logitech-APPLE-Mouse-/112068354027?hash=item1a17cb5feb:g:UbQAAOSwIgNXlEh8

And I saw that Logitech claim that they use in the new G903 (vs the G900) a new switch which lasts 50m click (vs 20m in the G900). Do you think this is legit?
I bought a few of the 50m, but they weight less than the 20m (easier to click), and it seems odd. They feel like the 5\10m...

The 50m would only work in mice designed specifically to  minimize overtravel like logitech's.

If you put it in a Microsoft Wheel mouse optical for example, which always full travels on the click,    it would never even get close to 50m.

What's overtravel? What's full travel? Am I better off with the regular 20mil in the G900 or is this 50mil version better?

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Re: Definitive Omron Switch Guide for Mice
« Reply #77 on: Sun, 09 July 2017, 07:50:59 »
I came across a new model:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/4x-OMRON-D2FC-F-K-50M-Ultra-Subminiature-Switches-RAZER-Logitech-APPLE-Mouse-/112068354027?hash=item1a17cb5feb:g:UbQAAOSwIgNXlEh8

And I saw that Logitech claim that they use in the new G903 (vs the G900) a new switch which lasts 50m click (vs 20m in the G900). Do you think this is legit?
I bought a few of the 50m, but they weight less than the 20m (easier to click), and it seems odd. They feel like the 5\10m...

The 50m would only work in mice designed specifically to  minimize overtravel like logitech's.

If you put it in a Microsoft Wheel mouse optical for example, which always full travels on the click,    it would never even get close to 50m.

What's overtravel? What's full travel? Am I better off with the regular 20mil in the G900 or is this 50mil version better?



overtravel is OVER what is necessary to complete the actuation

full travel is the maximum amount of travel



If you have a regular g900, stick to the orginals unless you know that the dimensions on the new 50mil are the same,   the travel characteristics especially have to match.

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Re: Definitive Omron Switch Guide for Mice
« Reply #78 on: Fri, 06 October 2017, 10:46:52 »
Both the mouse buttons on my G900 died the same way, they lost their click and the weight of my finger would actuate them. I broke it down and it uses D2FC-F-7N(20M). I call BS on that 20 million claim. I replaced them with japanese D2F-F switches, rated at 10 mil since they feel tighter and snappier than the 20 million switches.
It bothers me that logitech would use the chinese switches on such a high end mouse...

Regardless the D2F-F Japanese gray switches feel better than this mouse has ever felt. Make sure when you replace the switch you make sure the switch is pushed all the way in bottoming out in the daughter board, as the tolerances are tight.
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Re: Definitive Omron Switch Guide for Mice
« Reply #79 on: Fri, 06 October 2017, 15:28:08 »
Both the mouse buttons on my G900 died the same way, they lost their click and the weight of my finger would actuate them. I broke it down and it uses D2FC-F-7N(20M). I call BS on that 20 million claim. I replaced them with japanese D2F-F switches, rated at 10 mil since they feel tighter and snappier than the 20 million switches.
It bothers me that logitech would use the chinese switches on such a high end mouse...

Regardless the D2F-F Japanese gray switches feel better than this mouse has ever felt. Make sure when you replace the switch you make sure the switch is pushed all the way in bottoming out in the daughter board, as the tolerances are tight.


Hahahahah,
That's not how it works.


If it broke on you, in what you consider TOO EARLY.. You're at fault for clicking too hard.

The rating is @ 0% over travel.. it is not a real world use rating.


Meaning if you pressed it down PERFECTLY to the point of actuation and let go.

If you press it down any further,  the number of total possible presses decreases "Exponentially"


This is the nature of mechanical tolerance..

It has nothing to do with China vs Japan.


Those switches are rated by Logitech internally, They're the ones that give go ahead on the 20M labeling, so when they say 20M,  they mean 20M,  but again, it's under very SPECIFIC testing conditions. NOT real-world conditions.

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Re: Definitive Omron Switch Guide for Mice
« Reply #80 on: Fri, 06 October 2017, 18:42:53 »
Both the mouse buttons on my G900 died the same way, they lost their click and the weight of my finger would actuate them. I broke it down and it uses D2FC-F-7N(20M). I call BS on that 20 million claim. I replaced them with japanese D2F-F switches, rated at 10 mil since they feel tighter and snappier than the 20 million switches.
It bothers me that logitech would use the chinese switches on such a high end mouse...

Regardless the D2F-F Japanese gray switches feel better than this mouse has ever felt. Make sure when you replace the switch you make sure the switch is pushed all the way in bottoming out in the daughter board, as the tolerances are tight.

I responded in your other thread as well, but suffice to say, these are not cheap switches. Worse, the switches you installed are pretty much the exact same switch. Why does it feel better? Because it's not damaged.


Those switches are rated by Logitech internally, They're the ones that give go ahead on the 20M labeling, so when they say 20M,  they mean 20M,  but again, it's under very SPECIFIC testing conditions. NOT real-world conditions.
Omron rates them.
However, Logitech does independent testing to verify it before they used it on their packaging.
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Re: Definitive Omron Switch Guide for Mice
« Reply #81 on: Fri, 06 October 2017, 23:03:50 »
I actually like the feel of the Logitech gaming mice as opposed to the Razer ones. Not that I am a fan of the said company, but I just like the feel of the mouse buttons. Even though they're both using the Omron switches, I just feel that the Logitech G502 that I have has a softer feel to it in every mouse press.

I also prefer my logitech g502 compare to razer deathadder. i used razer deathadder for 3-4months and start chattering and g502 for 1.5 years without problem.
but i think it's also very common problem with switches. however, I'm most likely heard razer mice chattering than logitech. not sure why.

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Re: Definitive Omron Switch Guide for Mice
« Reply #82 on: Mon, 16 October 2017, 17:43:41 »
Honestly , I am liking Huanos white dot more and more...


The feel is   in between  D2FC and D2F-01F

It has the Deeper travel like the D2F-01F,    but it has a bright clicks like D2FC, even slightly brighter.

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Re: Definitive Omron Switch Guide for Mice
« Reply #83 on: Sun, 22 October 2017, 00:23:44 »
thanks guy, i noted, w8 until my mouse need it