12V LIGHTED PUSHBUTTON, 1" GREEN LENS

CAT# LPS-1G
$3.75 each
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Momentary-action, S.P.D.T lighted pushbutton switch for displays and games. The rugged snap-action switch assembly is designed for millions of operations. Green 1" round polycarbonate lens. Rated 5 Amps @ 125/250 Vac. The assembly is lighted with a replaceable 12 Volt, 3 Watt, #161 wedge-base lamp. Matte black plastic 1.25" diameter x 0.3" high bezel. 0.93" diameter threaded bushing with a plastic nut mounts in panels up to 0.70" thick. See spec sheet for mechanical drawings. For similar switches in a variety of colors, click here.
Spec sheet available in PDF format.
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A customer from BOCA RATON, FL USA
Additional information
To remove the switch from the button, take a small screwdriver and lift the tabs located on one side if the switch. To remove the lamp assembly,continue to unscrew the nut until it forces the the assembly from the body.

Replacing the switch did little to reduce the amount of 'push' needed to operate the switch. It is the spring inside the body that pushes back the most.

A customer from detroit
great
Works like a charm. Separate contacts for the 12v lamp, which you don't have to use (but of course it looks way cooler when you do)
Other comments detailing how to take apart are accurate. My button now says "DO NOT."

A customer from New Hampshire
Great game switch, cover is removeable for designa
This is an over all nice switch. It operates kind of hard. But replace the switch with another of the same type,one that works with less force and it works nicely. The best thing about this switch is the transparent cover on the button is removeable. So you can use dry transfer lettering to designate what it does!When you have the lamp/switch assy out, pinch the white legs, and push up. After you remove the cap, there is a cover that is under the cap, tip the assembly and it falls out. But mark the top of the cover first, apply dry transfer lettering, replace the cover, then replace the cap. When putting it back together, you have to compress the spring with your fingers,Hold it while placing the assembly back into position. then put the lamp/switch assembly back and your done!
Take a good close look at the switch BEFORE you dis-assemble it, so you know how it goes back together.

A customer from Elizabeth NJ
how does the switch remove?
How does the switch and bulb assembly remove? I don't want to force anything but I don't see what I need to punch, poke or twist to remove that.

A customer from COLUMBUS, OH USA
Exactly what I wanted.
It took a while to figure out how to take it apart to install it, but just unscrew the plastic nut completely and then pull. It pops off pretty easy.