Seimitsu PS-14-G 30mm Snap In Arcade Button
Brand : Seimitsu Co.
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The Seimitsu PS-14-G arcade button is a snap in type, momentary arcade button that features a built-in microswitch with 2.8mm terminals and mounts in a 30mm mounting hole and can be mounted in material with a thickness of up to 2-3mm. Manufactured by Seimitsu Co in Japan, who are renowned for supplying high quality arcade parts - genuine Japanese Import.
* Various colours available
* Mounts in a 30mm mounting hole
* Mounts in material with a thickness of up to 2-3mm
* Perfect for fight stick modding
* Snapin type button
* Built-in microswitch with 2.8mm terminals.
This button requires 2.8mm crimped wires for connection.
1 wire for ground connection (CO) and 1 wire for signal connection (NO)
Pre-crimped 2.8mm wires and 2.8mm daisy chain ground harness can be ordered here:
Wires & Cables
I bought a Madcatz EGO ( comes with full sanwa parts ) and I switched the Sanwa buttons to the Seimitsus after a couple of weeks. Let me tell you , swapping out Sanwas to Seimitsus impressed me more than switching that junk JLF Sanwa stick to a Crown 309MJ stick. Imediately before even you connect them you are impressed by the build quality and the clicky feel.
While searching info on Seimitsu on the internet everyone says they are of lower quality than Sanwa. Idk how that impressions started but they are talking out of their ass. If you are like me and you hate how wigly and sensitive are the Sanwas go ahead and switch them with these Seimitsus. You'll thank me.
I've tried pretty much all the buttons in the market. These buttons suits my play style very well. Requires a little force than Sanwas but more responsive than Sanwas. I like the flat cap and sound of it aswell > clack clack !
Excellent quality, the action is precise no matter where on the button you press but these require more force than the classic Sanwa OBSF30. Got quickly tired on oldschool shmups. Will probably replace them.
+work very good
+love you guys <3
This is an excellent product. It feels robust and well made, the colours are vibrant and the button actuation feels solid. The G buttons have a firmer feeling compared to the Sanwa buttons, but not a stiff one. Excellent if you need a bit more tactile feedback.
Very responsive I like them a lot
I wanted a low resistance button, so they would be responsive without needing to apply much pressure. These fit the bill nicely, and come in a great range of colours. The built-in microswitch, and snap-in fitments make these a breeze to install.