Seimitsu PS-14-K 30mm Snap In Arcade Button
Brand : Seimitsu Co.
- Calculated at Checkout
The Seimitsu PS-14-K is a snap in type arcade button, features a translucent body and mounts in a 30mm mounting hole. The plunger and surround on this button are translucent and has a plastic clipper on either side that locks into place when mounted on a control panel or fight stick. The plunger on this button can be easily removed, so artwork can be placed underneath the lens cap, which makes this button a good choice for fight stick modding.
* Choice of translucent colours available
* Mounts in a 30mm mounting hole
* Perfect for fight stick modding
* Snap in type button
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
Exactly what I was looking for. Slightly tactile, slightly stiffer than Sanwa/Hori. My accidental presses are gone. Seimitsu all the way.
I have recently decided to take the plunge and try out these style of buttons after being a Sanwa devotee for quite some time now and I have to say that I am not disappointment. These buttons seem to have a slightly smaller footprint than the Sanwa 30mm buttons and feel a lot more responsive. They seem to recognise every input at each button press and they seem to stand up well to button bashing and a gentle touch also. I still like Sanwa but I urge and recommend you to give these a try as they have a very nice feel to them and they look too with the option to change the insert inside the button to house part of your custom artwork if desired etc. Overall I give these 5/5 stars. :)
Those buttons are exactly what I've searched for,not too stiff nor to soft. The color is really stunning,I prefer those over the Sanwa clear ones. Highly recommended.
Picked these up to palce artwork inside the buttons of my Madcatz arcade pro.
buttons fitted perfectly and the artwork was easy to place within the button plunger.
they're a little firmer than the stock sanwa buttons and this led to alot less mis-inputs.