The Crown SDB-202C MX 30mm translucent colour pushbutton is regarded by many to be the "holy grail" of arcade buttons, due to the high quality, linear feel of the Cherry MX™ Silver microswitch. Linear means this button has a consistent feel from piushing the plunger of the button to making contact with the microswitch. The Crown SDB-202C MX are high quality arcade buttons, which are manufactured in Korea by Samducksa. This SDB-202C MX button is a screw in type arcade button and comes complete with fixing ring, mounts in a 30mm mounting hole and is available in a choice of vibrant translucent colours, including green, orange, pink, red, violet, blue, dark blue, white and yellow.
A matching 24mm translucent button is available here:
Crown SDB-202C-24 MX 24mm Translucent Colour Arcade Button
Cherry MX™ Silver Microswitch
The Cherry MX™ Silver Microswitch used in this button features a linear feel and compared to previous SDB-201 buttons, the travel to actuation is reduced from 2mm to approx 1.2mm.
* High quality Cherry MX™ Silver Microswitch Installed
* Choice of vibrant translucent colours
* Mounts in a 30mm hole
* Screw in type button
* Two holes that allow for installation of simple LED lighting
* Ideal for button mashing
* High quality Korean import
* Matching 24mm translucent buttons available to compliment
Product Codes Explained:
SDB-202 MX 30mm Button Solid Colours
SDB-202C MX 30mm Button Translucent Colours
SDB-202M MX 30mm Button Metallic Colours
SDB-202 MX 24mm Button Solid Colours
SDB-202C MX 24mm Button Translucent Colours
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 really like these buttons. Compared to normal sanwa buttons I prefer these. They have a more satisfying press and they are quieter. There is also the option to exchange the switch since they use cherry mx switches.
These buttons just feel so good to press. Not as fast as the Hayabusyas which are lite on the fingers with a loose feel, the SDB-202 in comparison feels solid when running your fingers over yet has just the right amount of resistance when pressed. The real advantage you gain here though is in the feedback you receive from each button press. This will definitely benefit players who are more precise with their inputs so probably stick with Sanwas if you're more the button masher type. Also these buttons are noticeably louder if you remove the paper cap in the button plunger, the paper seems to help with dampening the sound so something to consider if you're running LEDs.