Pushbuttons, in 3 sizes, change colors
EAO, an expert in human machine interfaces, manufacturers a range of high-quality Series 95 color-changing pushbuttons in three sizes. The series allows adding up to three LEDs on the 15.88 mm and 19.05 mm or up to two on the 12.7 mm version. Independent LEDs offer the ability to show different stages of illumination and operating status of equipment provided by PCB circuitry. Link to pushbutton research.
EAO, manufacturer of human machine interfaces (HMI), also makes a high-quality Series 95 color-changing pushbuttons in three sizes.
Milford, CT – EAO, manufacturer of human machine interfaces (HMI), also makes high-quality Series 95 color-changing pushbuttons in three (3) sizes.
The medium-sized 15.88 mm2pushbutton complements the other sizes, 12.7 mm2and 19.05 mm2, offering designers even more choice for creating superb control panels that are functional and intuitive to use. In particular, EAO recommends these switches for audio, video, mixing-desk and lighting-console applications.
Series 95 offersity, even when viewed from the side, allowing users to view the status of each function at a glance.
For marking purposes, the diffuser can be
Series 95’s feature one N/O self-cleaning gold-plated switch element rated at a minimum 1m V dc / 100
EAO’s family of high-quality and reliable Series 95 switches are readily available with pricing starting at slightly under $6 per unit in small quantities.
EAO Switch Corp.
– Control Engineering News Desk
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