This IL arcade button is available in a choice of colours and can be used for arcade machine projects as well as various commercial and academic projects, including museum, exhibition, photo booth and interactive displays. This IL arcade button is made from durable nylon material and suitable for metal or wood control panels. This IL arcade button is 32mm in diameter, features a concave plunger and will require a 28mm mounting hole.
This button is available to order as "Button Only" (No microswitch) OR "With E-Switch Microswitch"
If you require alternative switches, these can be ordered separately.
If selected, this button will be supplied with: D44X Cherry Button Microswitch With 4.8mm Terminals
If not selected, alternative button microswitches can be ordered separately here: Microswitches
1 x IL arcade button
1 x Fixing ring
* Mounting hole required: 28mm
* Overall diameter of button across plunger: 32mm
* Maximum depth of button from top of plunger to bottom: 60mm
* Mounts into wood or metal control panels
* Durable nylon material
* Concave plunger design
* Mounts in a 28mm mounting hole
This button requires crimped wires for microswitch connection (Microswitches sold separately)
1 wire for ground connection (CO) and 1 wire for signal connection (NO).
Pre-crimped wires and daisy chain ground harness can be ordered here:
Wires & Cables
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These pushbuttons are a great upgrade for my MK Tournament Stick. In combination with cherry switches these buttons feels much better, less "squishy" like the SuzoHapp buttons which where installed before.
Awesome buttons. I hade the generic previously and wow what a difference it is. I have tons of buttons and these are the best quality I've used for sure. Not the most effective when playing fighting games but man what a satisfying feeling it it's to press them and to feel the clicks
Good quality with a greater range of coloured button options over the convex version.
My goto buttons for all my builds.
these buttons paired with cherry microswitches (~75g actuation force) is the best imho
Was a fan of sanwa buttons but think i'm converted to these now since using them on a cabinet build. Very good quality and with the D44X Cherry switch these have a very satisfying click.