This paper presents a result of study of the pull-in phenomenon in the hybrid micro-machined contactless suspension (µ-HCS), combining inductive suspension and electrostatic actuation, reported at PowerMEMS 2015 . Assuming the quasi-static behavior of a levitated proof mass, a non-linear analytical model describing the pull-in actuation along the vertical direction is developed. The developed model allows us to predict the static pull-in parameters of the suspension and to show a dependence of these parameters on suspension design. It is shown that the pull-in displacement can be larger by almost a factor of two than one occurring in a spring-mass system with constant stiffness (classic pull-in). The model is verified by using numerical estimations as well as experimental data and agrees well with measurements and calculations.