Push Button Momentary Panel Mount Red Knob SPST-NO

SKU
A-5051
Rating:
93% of 100
$0.22

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Manufacturer: PIC
Manufacturer Part No: PBS-105
RoHS: Yes
Datasheet: Click Here
Product Category: Switches, Key Pad:Push Button

Specifications
Circuit: SPST-NO(Normally Opened Switch)
Mounting Type: Panel Mount
Heavy Duty
High Quality

Additional Information

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SKU A-5051
Manufacturer PIC
MPN PBS-105
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  1. Good overall, but low melting temperature plastics
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    This is a great button overall, nice feel and look, but make sure to use a heat sink on the legs while soldering. I had to re-solder a couple due to some errors I made and the black plastic it's built in melts very easily, breaking the mechanism.

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  2. It works
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    The item is as described and works well.

    I used this item as a signal trigger for an IC and it worked well. The spring pressure is just right and it only required light debouncing.

    This item is not breadboard friendly.

    I would buy it again and I would recommend it to a friend.

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  3. Top Quality
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    Yeah these are made well. Metal bush makes a big improvement. Price is crazy though. Too cheap mate.

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  4. Momentary NO push button
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    Small momentary NO push button, comes with installing accesories spring washer and nut. Good for delivering pulses for logics, or powering relays via latching circuitry and so on, what ever are purposes for switches. Because of their small size, they can also be used as limit switches of some sort, but microswitches could be better candidate for this application. Datasheet informs at the moment only dimensions, but they should be able to handle at least 50vac/0.5a. Price ain't so bad, considering the fact that electromechanical stuff are perhaps the most pricey of components. But, overall, great buy :).

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