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WerFamily Switch Socket Plug, Wire Connector for 19mm Push Button Switch 1NO 1NC (Pack of 2)

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Socket Plug
Blue
  • The wire connector is just suitable for 19mm 1NO 1NC push button switch.
  • With the wire connector, you don't need to solder the terminals, make fitting very easy.
  • Save the issue of soldering to the switch, and possibly melting it as well.
  • You can replace the switch anytime by just unplugging the switch from its socket.
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Size Name:Socket Plug  |  Colour Name:Blue

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Size Name:Socket Plug  |  Colour Name:Blue

Specification:
- Material: Plastic
- Cable Length: 15cm/5.9"

Features:
- With the wire connector, you don't need to solder the terminals, make fitting very easy.
- Save the issue of soldering to the switch, and possibly melting it as well.
- You can replace the switch anytime by just unplugging the switch from its socket.

Packing Include: 2 x 19mm Wire Connectors (Not include the switch)

Note:
- The wire connector is just suitable for 19mm 1NO 1NC push button switch.
- If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us by E-mail any time.


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Autumn
4.0 out of 5 stars Here's my advice.
Reviewed in the United States on 18 May 2018
Size Name: MomentaryColour Name: RedVerified Purchase
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4.0 out of 5 stars Here's my advice.
Reviewed in the United States on 18 May 2018
I thought I'd provide a more legible wiring diagram, because you can't see a friggin' thing in the one they give you above. Yikes.

Some things to note: as with all LEDs, you need to have a resistor somewhere or it'll burn out. I mean instantly. That's just how LEDs are. It can be just about any resistor. I'm using 100 ohms for a 5-volt circuit, which is more than enough. In my diagram I'm putting the resistor on the negative side of the LED, but you can put it on the positive side too. Just don't put it in series with the load, which will usually be a lot more than a little quarter-watt resistor can handle. I like to use it to bridge the common pin to the LED+ pin, but if you follow the way it is on my diagram it'll be fine. Some circuits will already have a resistor upstream in the voltage supply, such as using it as a power button for a custom PC. In that case you don't need to add another. For the record, I have one in my PC and one on my motorcycle. Both work great.

Also note the LED is non-polar, which really means it's two LEDs pointing in opposite directions. The takeaway here is that the LED will still light up if you swap its positive and negative. It also means that if you burn out the LED, reverse the wires and you'll get one more chance. So that's nice, one less thing to worry about.

The buttons work pretty well, very clicky. If you have hands like Andre the Giant, go find one that stands proud of its housing, it'll be easier to press. Handles the rated 5 amps alright so far. I would give the rated amperage a wide berth, and get a heavy-duty switch if you need to do 5 amps or more for long periods of time. I have a momentary and a latching version and they both work as intended.
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James
1.0 out of 5 stars Bad ergonomics make for an uncomfortable user experience.
Reviewed in the United States on 30 June 2017
Size Name: LatchingColour Name: WhiteVerified Purchase
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GC
3.0 out of 5 stars Not really what I was expecting
Reviewed in the United States on 29 August 2018
Size Name: LatchingColour Name: RedVerified Purchase
jymmiphreak
5.0 out of 5 stars perfect!
Reviewed in the United States on 12 May 2017
Size Name: MomentaryColour Name: BlueVerified Purchase
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Kenneth King
5.0 out of 5 stars This is a really sweet light-up device
Reviewed in the United States on 8 January 2018
Size Name: LatchingColour Name: BlueVerified Purchase
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