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Momentary N.O. Metal Dome Push Button Switch
If I ran this switch in a 4.2vdc circuit, what would be the maximum safe amperage?
It would not be advisable to push more current through this switch than the stated 4A, at any voltage.
Date published: 2014-09-24
how clicky/latchy its this button when you press this? I might order a lot in the future.
This switch has no feel or sound when depressed.
Date published: 2014-09-17
Do you have any of these buttons in stock?
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Date published: 2014-08-25
What is the height of this switch? I'm searching for a switch 1/4 in max in height. Best if connections come out of the side.
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Date published: 2014-07-28
Is this switch suitable for use as a doorbell? The doorbell is a 16V System
Yes this will work fine as a doorbell button.
Date published: 2014-03-19
Can this switch be used as a foot operated switch?
Trying to make a light box for a band to use on stage. They want to step onto "stand on" the box and have it light up when they put their foot on the switch. The box will have two shop lights inside it each operated by one of these switches if it closes when there foot puts pressure on it.Also, is 4amps enough to safely use this switch on 120 vac house current?Thanks for your input and advise.Mike
I don't think this switch would be the best choice for your application. I've linked one below that will not only be more suited to operation by foot, but will also handle more current.
Date published: 2012-05-15