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  • Tactile Switch Buttons - LP6 Series
    LP6 Series : Tactile Switch Buttons
    Features:
    • Snap-in type, which can be directly mounted on PC board.
    • Some of output terminals can be also used as jumper leads, thus making circuit design easy.
    • Standard knobs are available.

    Applications:
    • Operating switches in all types of electronic equipment such as audio apparatus, office equipment, communications apparatus, measuring instruments, TC sets, VCRs, PC & peripherals etc.
    • Competitive price.
    • It support for the designs such as LED illumination.


  • Tactile Push Button Switch - LP12 Series
    LP12 Series : Tactile Push Button Switch
    Features:
    • Snap-in type, which can be directly mounted on PC board.
    • Some of output terminals can be also used as jumper leads, thus making circuit design easy.
    • Standard knobs are available.
    Applications:
    • Operating switches in all types of electronic equipment such as audio apparatus, office equipment, communications apparatus, measuring instruments, TC sets, VCRs, etc.
    Every cartridge is designed to meet or exceed the OEM product specificatio.
    * Extensive range of styles, from ultra-miniature to power for PCB, SMD and panel mount applications. Illuminated and sealed models available.

  • Tactile Push Button Switches - LTS Series
    LTS Series : Tactile Push Button Switches
    Features:
    • Snap-in type, which can be directly mounted on PC board.
    • Some of output terminals can be also used as jumper leads, thus making circuit design easy.
    • Standard knobs are available.
    Applications:
    • Operating switches in all types of electronic equipment such as audio apparatus, office equipment, communications apparatus, measuring instruments, TC sets, VCRs, etc.
    •  Prompt delivery: High efficiency production, fast delivery speed.
    • Miniature and ultra-miniature tact and dome switches for printed circuit board mounting.
    • It is with LED light indicator, DIP mounting.
    • Used in the fields of electronic products, household appliances and more.
    • High precision mechanism design offers acute operation and long service life.
    A push switch is a momentary or non-latching switch which causes a temporary change in the state of an electrical circuit only while the switch is physically actuated. An automatic mechanism (i.e. a spring) returns the switch to its default position immediately afterwards, restoring the initial circuit condition. There are two types:

    A push to make switch allows electricity to flow between its two contacts when held in. When the button is released, the circuit is broken. This type of switch is also known as a Normally Open (NO) Switch. (Examples: doorbell, computer case power switch, calculator buttons, individual keys on a keyboard)

    A push to break switch does the opposite, i.e. when the button is not pressed, electricity can flow, but when it is pressed the circuit is broken. This type of switch is also known as a Normally Closed (NC) Switch. (Examples: Fridge Light Switch, Alarm Switches in Fail-Safe circuits)

    Many Push switches are designed to function as both push to make and push to break switches. For these switches, the wiring of the switch determines whether the switch functions as a push to make or as a push to break switch.

  • DC Light Switch - DPS Series
    DPS Series : DC Light Switch
    Features:
    A push-button (also spelled pushbutton) or simply button is a simple switch mechanism for controlling some aspect of a machine or a process. Buttons are typically made out of hard material, usually plastic or metal.[1] The surface is usually flat or shaped to accommodate the human finger or hand, so as to be easily depressed or pushed. Buttons are most often biased switches, though even many un-biased buttons (due to their physical nature) require a spring to return to their un-pushed state. Different people use different terms for the "pushing" of the button, such as press,depress, mash, and punch.

  • VCR Switch - LPD Series
    LPD Series : VCR Switch
    Features:
    • Snap-in type, which can be directly mounted on PC board.
    • Some of output terminals can be also used as jumper leads, thus making circuit design easy.
    • Standard knobs are available.
    Applications:
    • Operating switches in all types of electronic equipment such as audio apparatus, office equipment, communications apparatus, measuring instruments, TC sets, VCRs, etc.
    • High compatibility and wide usability.
    • Control panels.
    • Nomad devices.
    • Remote controls.
    • Keyless entry system.


  • DC Switch - HSP2261
    HSP2261 : DC Switch
    Features:
    The "push-button" has been utilized in calculators, push-button telephones, kitchen appliances, and various other mechanical and electronic devices, home and commercial.
    In industrial and commercial applications, push buttons can be connected together by a mechanical linkage so that the act of pushing one button causes the other button to be released. In this way, a stop button can "force" a start button to be released. This method of linkage is used in simple manual operations in which the machine or process have no electrical circuits for control.
    Pushbuttons are often color-coded to associate them with their function so that the operator will not push the wrong button in error. Commonly used colors are red for stopping the machine or process and green for starting the machine or process.
    Red pushbuttons can also have large heads (called mushroom heads) for easy operation and to facilitate the stopping of a machine. These pushbuttons are called emergency stop buttons and are mandated by the electrical code in many jurisdictions for increased safety. This large mushroom shape can also be found in buttons for use with operators who need to wear gloves for their work and could not actuate a regular flush-mounted push button. As an aid for operators and users in industrial or commercial applications, a pilot light is commonly added to draw the attention of the user and to provide feedback if the button is pushed. Typically this light is included into the center of the pushbutton and a lensreplaces the pushbutton hard center disk. The source of the energy to illuminate the light is not directly tied to the contacts on the back of the pushbutton but to the action the pushbutton controls. In this way a start button when pushed will cause the process or machine operation to be started and a secondary contact designed into the operation or process will close to turn on the pilot light and signify the action of pushing the button caused the resultant process or action to start.
    In popular culture, the phrase the button (sometimes capitalized) refers to a (usually fictional) button that a military or government leader could press to launch nuclear weapons.

  • DC Disconnect Switch - HSP2262
    HSP2262 : DC Disconnect Switch
    Features:
    Push buttons are a great touch to your place of business and can really help bring an area together. It gives a modern style and more accessibility to those who cannot get around as well, simple functionality in an emergency, or a needed function to any place. Our website has a huge selection of push-buttons that range from emergency buttons, handicapped buttons, exit buttons, and much more. Push buttons can give you a quick emergency button to shut off machines, close doors, or perform another action that needs to be done quickly to save products or lives. If you work in a dangerous job area this could be the saving grace that you need to make sure that the people on the job are safe. The RCI 908RB-MO Red Blank Mushroom Button is made of satin stainless steel and is a very durable choice.

  • DC Switches - HSP2263
    HSP2263 : DC Switches
    Features:
    This button can release electromagnetic locks, send a signal to release locks, or send a signal to a control room to let operators know that you are requesting an exit. This is a recessed design that fits into the fall to give a professional finished look that will not take up space. You can also get time-delay switches and momentary-delay switches to meet any needs that you may have. This model of push button can be found at this link. Another type of push button that we offer is the Handicapped Button that is made out of satin aluminum. This design has a handicapped signal on it to let people know that this button can be used to gain easy access to something. This button is ideal for request-to-exit applications or handicapped entrances that offer an automatic door. Momentary, maintained, or time-delay switches are available so you can have it adjusted to any situation. This means you can adjust it to function right away, be delayed a certain amount of time, or just have it send a request to another area.

  • DC Power Switch - HSP2266
    HSP2266 : DC Power Switch
    Features:
    In computing, the term button (sometimes known as a command button or push button) refers to any graphical control element that provides the user a simple way to trigger an event, like searching for a query at a search engine, or to interact with dialog boxes, like confirming an action
     
    A typical button is a rectangle or rounded rectangle, wider than it is tall, with a descriptive caption in its center. The most common method of pressing a button is clicking it with a pointer controlled by a mouse, but other input such as keystrokes can be used to execute the command of a button. A button is not however always restricted to a rectangular shape. The sole requirement of button interaction is that the user can execute a command by a click action. Thus pictures and background areas can be programmed as buttons. When pressed, in addition to performing a predetermined task, buttons often undergo a graphical change to mimic a mechanical button being depressed.
    Depending on the circumstance, buttons may be designated to be pushed only once and execute a command, while others may be used to receive instant feed back and may require the user to click more than once to receive the desired result. Other buttons are designed to toggle behavior on and off like a check box. These buttons will show a graphical clue (such as staying depressed after the mouse is released) to indicate the state of the option.
    A button often displays a tooltip when a user moves the pointer over it. The tooltip serves as built-in documentation that briefly explains the purpose of the button.
    Some very common incarnations of the button widget are:
      An OK button for confirming actions and closing the windows
      A Cancel button for canceling actions and closing the window
      An Apply button for confirming actions without closing the window
      A Close button for closing windows after changes have already been applied

  • DC Toggle Switch - PS-22F02
    PS-22F02 : DC Toggle Switch
    Features:
    Buttons in OS X's Aqua interface are usually depicted as rounded-rectangles of crystallised glass. Normally these buttons are light grey in color, and turn blue when pressed. The button with keyboard focus (selectable with the spacebar) appears with a blue glow surrounding it. The default button in the active window (selectable with the return key) animates between a bright blue and a darker blue. (the same color as a pressed button)
    Also used, primarily within application toolbars, are slightly rounded rectangles with a light grey metallic appearance. These buttons appear darker and "pushed inward" when pressed.
    Window management controls appear in the top left corner of each window. These buttons are similar in style to standard aqua buttons, but are color-coded as a memory aid. From left to right, these are: "Close Window", shown in red; "Minimize Window", shown in yellow; and "Zoom", shown in green, which causes the window to resize to best fit its contents.


  • Press Button Switches - PS-22F02A
    PS-22F02A : Press Button Switches
    Features:
    On game consoles, many times it is simply a software signal. For example, on the Nintendo 64 and the GameCube, it instructs the currently running software (game or console BIOS) to restart forcibly, usually fading out the volume and/or screen brightness for a cleaner effect. On the PlayStation 2, the button is by default programmed to restart the whole system, but, especially on games using the Network Adapter/HDD, it might clean up the connection, unmount hard drive partitions, and remove power from the hard drive before restarting the machine. In the latter case, many times it switches off the system instead of restarting it (the reset button is actually also the on/off button, but under normal circumstances, the button needs to be held for 2–4 seconds to turn the system off).
    On certain games (especially those that use autosave), one can gain an advantage by using the reset button. If a mistake is made, such as getting a character killed, the reset button can be pressed instead of saving, and start from a point before the mistake occurred. Purists consider this poor sport, a sentiment that manifests itself as an easter egg in the Animal Crossing series. In this series, a character named Mr. Resetti appears if the player terminates the playing session other than by the saved and quit procedure defined by the game. Despite the fact that the player may face difficulties in the game (or any other game, for that matter), Resetti says that one should just move on and forget the mistakes. Not saving the game numerous times causes his already-short fuse to light, angering Mr. Resetti. At one point, he even threatened to reset the game himself as a practical joke.

  • Press Button Switch - PS-22F02B
    PS-22F02B : Press Button Switch
    Features:
    The reset button could be an actual button or concept. The reset button would typically kick off a soft boot, instructing the computer to go through the process of shutting down, which would clear memory and reset devices to their initialized state. Contrary to the 'Power Button', which would simply remove power immediately.
    Pressing the reset button would be preferable to the power button, which could potentially leave a device in the middle of some operation and subject to defect. In most commodity hardware, the consumer would expect the device to be resilient enough to 'reset' when power was restored.
    Depending on the architecture, the reset button might have different effects. On PCs, usually it is connected to the motherboard, and when pressed it sends a reset signal to all peripherals. Many newer computers have no separate button for resetting the computer; it is integrated with the power button. On most newer operating systems, the user can customize what happens when they press the power button. For example they may set it to 'Do nothing', 'restart', 'shutdown', or 'stand by'. This is only for pressing the button once; on most computers the power button can remove power immediately if held down for a few seconds. When OS hangs reset button is no longer "integrated with the power button".

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