This translucent illuminated arcade start button features a translucent body and is available in a choice of colours and player options. This button can be used for various commercial and academic projects, including museum, exhibition, photo booth and interactive displays or for use in arcade machine projects. This translucent arcade start button comes complete with player logo insert, fixing ring, spacer and bulb holder and mounts in a 24 mm to 28 mm mounting hole.
Please Note: A microswitch and LED are NOT included with this button.
LED Options: This button does NOT come supplied with an LED. Suitable wedge base LEDs can be ordered separately here: LEDs & Bulbs
Microswitch Options: This button does NOT come supplied with a microswitch. Suitable microswitches can be ordered separately here: Microswitches
What's included: 1 x Translucent arcade button 1 x Player logo insert 1 x Fixing ring 1 x Spacer 1 x Bulb holder
Product features: * Translucent arcade button with player logo insert * Ideal for various commercial and academic projects * A range of compatible microswitches and LEDs are available to purchase separately
Product Dimensions: * Mounting hole required: 24mm - 28mm * Overall diameter of button across plunger: 32mm * Total height of button: 44mm
Wiring Information: This button requires crimped wires for microswitch connection (Microswitches sold separately) 1 wire for ground connection (CO) and 1 wire for signal connection (NO). This button requires 6.3mm crimped wires for connecting to the terminals on the bulb holder if you plan on using LEDs (LEDs sold separately). 1 wire for the positive connection and 1 wire for the negative connection Pre-crimped wires and daisy chain ground harness can be ordered here: Wires & Cables
I got a 1P and a 2P button - they look great together. I didn't bother wiring up the illumination, as none of my other buttons will be lit with LEDs, but they look simple to wire up for that functionality if desired. They come with everything you need in one bundle, and even the 'standard' microswitches that I went with have a satisfying click.
I wouldn't recommend mounting them in a thick panel - mine is 18mm MDF, with 2 layers of 2mm plexiglass, and the fixing ring *only just* tightens up (but that's my fault, not a problem with the product).