Author Topic: Looking for a Source of Panel Switches  (Read 3096 times)

Offline gumpy

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Re: Looking for a Source of Panel Switches
« Reply #15 on: November 14, 2007, 05:55:47 PM »

What switches are you talking about. A SPST with 1 light is only 3.87.

The switches are very simple. You can open them up and probably fix the one that didn't work. It's probably just misaligned inside.

Also, it's not real difficult to install LEDs inside them. You can remove the bulbs that are burned out, and replace them with a 1/4 watt resistor and led. Takes a bit of finess to solder it in, but it's not too difficult. I did it on a couple dozen that I'll be using on my electrical relay system.

I might be persuaded to modify them for you if you want to send them out. Cost plus. I'm very reasonable. I like dark beer.  ::)


Craig Shepard
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