The Seimitsu PS-14-GN arcade button is a screw 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 9mm. Each PS-14-GN arcade button is supplied with a fixing ring, to secure the button firmly in place when mounted in a control panel or fight stick. Available in various colours, including the vibrant Keikou colours. 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 9mm
* Perfect for fight stick modding
* Screw in 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
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I've bought these buttons for my first custom case (with hitbox layout), and they do their job really well. The buttons are a tiny bit harder compared to the Sanwa buttons, but it doesn't affect your gameplay (I think this might be good for those, who like to rest their fingers on the buttons, because with these buttons, by doing that, you won't press the button incidentally). An other good thing about these buttons is that there is a wide range of colors that you can choose from, so I'm pretty sure, that you will find a color that suits your case the most. The delivery was quick (4 days from UK to Hungary), and there wasn't any problem with the package and the product.
Bought these as an alternative to the Sanwa OBSF-30 buttons on the Razer atrox stick. I immediately liked them. Although the Sanwa's are very good; these have a more positive 'engage'. They are more on/off than the Sanwa's, which have more of a softer feel. I'm running 4 Seimitsu and 4 Sanwa on the same stick to get a feel for which I'll prefer long term. So far, I'll be going for the Seimitsu's.
Just bought 100's of these for a new product we're launching. Also gone for assorted colours! For us they work great due to being fairly shallow. Feel good quality too and low jitter/debouncing. Great service and advice from Arcade World as ever :-)