Push button switches

Discussion in 'OnBoard Electronics & Controls' started by bcervelo, Aug 28, 2013.

  1. bcervelo
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    Does anybody know who makes these switches?
     

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  2. michael pierzga
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  3. bcervelo
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    Checked almost 3000 products in RS but nothing.
     
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    Did you look for manufacturing details on the back of the switch ? There must be something...rating, NO NC ,.....

    Is this a British boat ?
     
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    They look like a Pilla Electric product.

    http://pillaelectricalproducts.com/PillaX.htm

    FWIW, they look like 25 or 40 mm momentary switches (flush and mushroom, one set (flush?) for start, the mushrooms for stop). The bezels could anybody's.
     
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    The switches are on most of the RNLI Lifeboats, i did wonder if they are purpose made for the RNLI.
     

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    Big and ugly, they are certainly British!
    Try Bulgin: http://bulgin.co.uk/
    The bezels may be impossible to find.
     
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