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Miniature Push-button Switches

<p>A range of low-cost, miniature push to make and push to break switches that are available in various button colours.</p>
  • Ideal for school projects and prototyping
  • Non-locking
  • Rated 125V AC 250mA
  • Panel cut-out 7mm
  • Dimensions 28mm long, Ø10.5mm
Note: These switches are not recommended for industrial applications.
Order codeMftrs Part No.Colour
78-0118US-101A BLACKBlack
78-0100US-101-A RED CAPRed
78-0119US-101A BLUEBlue
78-0120US-101A GREENGreen
78-0121US-101A WHITEWhite
78-0122US-101A YELLOWYellow
78-0105US-102-B BLK CAPBlack
78-0123US-102B REDRed
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23 November 2014 Question by: Jack
Q. What is the thread dimensions?
A. Hi Jack. Thank you for your question. They take a 7mm panel cut out and the thread is approximately 6mm long and the thread type is not specified but is supplied with a nut. The data sheet is viewable here.

27 June 2012 Question by: Kevin Staples
Q. Switch is to light up several LEDs in water level meter. However, I need them to be dc, not ac. Will these be okay or is there a similar dc version anywhere?
A. Hi Kevin, thanks for your question. These push button switches are fine to run on DC voltage.

20 June 2012 Question by: Doug | Product code: 78-0118
Q. Is a rubber waterproof cover available for this product please?
A. Thanks for your enquiry Doug. I'm afraid that no waterproof cover is available for this switch.

15 November 2011 Question by: damian | Product code: 78-0120
Q. do these switches click so you can let go and the other compoments still work?
A. Hi Damian Thanks for your question. These switches are non- latching so will not stay on when released – you require a latching switch such as 78-0233.