E-Switch has developed an illuminated pushbutton switch, the RP8200, which features a maintained function for products that need to be turned and remained on.
The round switch is offered in a threaded or snap-in panel mount version. There are five LED color options for illumination; the PR8200 is also available without illumination. Sealed with an IP65 rating, the switch is well-suited for audio/visual, telecommunications, appliances, instrumentation and consumer electronic applications.
Life Expectancy: 200,000 cycles
Contact Rating: 100mA, 24VDC
Contact Resistance (Initial Max): 100 milliohms
Function: SPST, Off-On
Insulation Resistance: 1,000 Megaohms min at 500VDC
Ismini - are you aware of any Peizo switch with 10mm panel cutout? I have seen 12mm, 16mm and larger , but getting 10mm looks very demanding. If you are aware of this miniature piezo switch, please let me know at email@example.com.
It is good. But it is difficult to find it with panael cutout of 10 mm and maximum depth of 10mm or less. Also, they should introduce switch to be mounted on cylindrical surface with 10mm cutout, 10 mm depth dimension.
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