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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 latching switch with an illuminated red 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 latched buttons are rated up to 3A and 250VAC while the LED is rated for 5V.

Features:

  • Stainless Steel Body
  • IP65 Weatherproof Rating
  • Tamper Resistant
  • Latching Operation Type
  • Red LED Ring

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Comments 6 comments

  • The features describe the operation as having two NO contacts and two NC contacts: 1NO1NC/2NO2NC. However, in the comments section of the momentary red switch, RobertC.’s description implies there is only one circuit when he says of the pins

    three are for the switch and two are for the LED

    which is what I would have assumed without any description. I know these things are really simple but a wiring diagram or just a better picture of the pins' labels would clear this up.

    • Although it’s hard to see in 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

  • What is the difference between latching buttons and momentary buttons?

    • What Kamiquasi said. Also think “click on / click off” like a ballpoint pen.

    • Momentary: Makes a connection when pressed, breaks it when you let go.
      Latching: Makes a connection when pressed, remains in that state when you let go. To break the connection, press it again.
      ( Swap out “make” and “break” for the NC/normally closed pins, which for the latching version may additionally require you to let go of it again depending on actual construction. )

  • From the datasheet it appears as if you have a 3D Model of this switch ready to go but I was unable to find it on the GitHub repo of models. If possible I’d like to get access to the model for my project.


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