Kailh keyboard switch terminology
The height to which a key switch needs to be pressed before it actuates and sends an input signal to a device.
A technique to ensure that only one input registers every time a key is pressed.
The shell that surrounds the internal components of a switch.
The result of the actuation point and reset point in a switch being misaligned. This generally means a key needs to be lifted off of further than usual before it can be actuated again.