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Description: This is a perfect choice if you are in need of a heavy duty push button! These metal push buttons are a very tough, small, panel-mount momentary switch with an illuminated yellow LED ring. It is a SPDT with 16mm threading and 1mm pitch. This button is perfect for basic On/Off functions. Overall length (including leads) is 1.5" and has small solder lugs for connection. These momentary buttons are rated up to 3A and 250VAC while the LED is rated for 5-12V.

Note: The images for this button show an LED voltage rating of 5V. We have verified that the voltage range for the the LED to be 5-12V. We are currently communicating with our supplier for new documentation. Trust the branding on the button to verify your voltage requirement.


  • Stainless Steel Body
  • IP65 Weatherproof Rating
  • Tamper Resistant
  • Momentary Operation Type
  • Yellow LED Ring


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Customer Comments

  • I don’t believe it needs a resistor as long as you power the LED at 5v. Although it’s a little subtle the picture, the legs are labeled on the gray plastic housing- the outer two are + and - for the LED ring, and the inner three are C1, NO1, and NC1

  • Just wondering if this would be wired as off when not pressed and on when pressed??

    • I hope you’ve figured this out after 10 months have transpired but…

      It can do both depending on how you wire it. Wire C and NO and it’s on when pressed; wire C and NC and it’s off when pressed.

  • I’m trying to find switches to place on a dash board of my daughters ride-on jeep to control a mini ?momentary switch on a bike light. The problem is that the switch is attached to a board on the led light housing and I’d like to control it from the dash. My question is, will these switches allow me to turn on the light and proceed through the pattern of low/mid/high/strobe or do I need a special switch? Any help would greatly appreciated. Thanks

  • Do you know when these will come in?

  • The switch has 5 solder lugs, the datasheet doesn’t show a pin out, or show a sample circuit / specify if the LED ring requires an inline resistor if powered by 5v. Any chance of an RGB model ? Thanks!

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