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Electronic vs Mechanical Foot Controls
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Electronic vs Mechanical Foot Controls


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An electronic foot control is a pedal consisting of electronics versus mechanical components such as gears, potentiometers, and snap switches. In the world of foot controls the use of electronics is the wave of the future. The advantages of using electronics in the physical makeup of a foot switch greatly exceed the disadvantages. The no mechanical contact, no noise, more precise technology giving the user extreme confidence in the performance. Below is a list of pros and cons to keep in mind when deciding on whether or not to proceed with an Electronic Foot Control.


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