Type of Switch/Pushbutton???

Zapp Brannigan

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Ok, so I like the switchpanel by Axixtench as seen below, but have found it to have some limitations, if not used with an Axixtech product:


[Broken External Image]:http://i13.photobucket.com/albums/a255/xfirefighter484x/CIMG0063.jpg


I am in the process of having a custom switch panel being made, and have been desperately trying to search out these pushbutton/switches, or something very similar (I like them more than a rocker type switch).


Where can I find these????
 

Zapp Brannigan

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Plenty of people viewing, no input?
 

Alovebaby41

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May 23, 2010
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too be 100% honest with you i have never seen that kind of controller. Also i don't deal much with axixtech either so that could be why. Would you be interesting in something like a cencom or smart siren something. Those have rubber push buttons.
 

VolEms

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May 24, 2010
2,109
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whelen just made 2 new push button switch boxes. Go to strobesnmore.com and you can buy them there. They look really good.
 

toubis

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May 21, 2010
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New York
Maybe these are monetary buttons connected to a latching relay????
 

Zapp Brannigan

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Alovebaby41 said:
Would you be interesting in something like a cencom or smart siren something. Those have rubber push buttons.
VolEms said:
whelen just made 2 new push button switch boxes. Go to strobesnmore.com and you can buy them there. They look really good.
I am looking just to purchase switches, for a custom built switch panel.

toubis said:
Maybe these are monetary buttons connected to a latching relay????
Maybe? There is a circuit board behind the buttons, and how tough would it be to have one of those designed?


I am looking for some sort of a push button for a custom panel, these I have found to like, but, I guess some sort of a pushbutton would suffice, if I found a better/nicer one that I liked.


The reason I am going for a custom panel, is I am trying to make my new car into a presentable, "low grade show car", and wanted something to blend well with the interior of the vehicle, so a custom panel is better than a premanufactured one...
 

unlisted

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If you do end up making a custom switch panel, and it has at least 10 (ideally more) outputs, a control/relay box, and is compact, I may be very interested in buying one off ya.


I need a switch panel that has 6 switches for an arrowstick, and at least an additional 6 for other lighting. Oh and all very compact.


:shock:
 

Zapp Brannigan

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unlisted said:
If you do end up making a custom switch panel, and it has at least 10 (ideally more) outputs, a control/relay box, and is compact, I may be very interested in buying one off ya.

I need a switch panel that has 6 switches for an arrowstick, and at least an additional 6 for other lighting. Oh and all very compact.


:shock:
Haha, I should clarify... I am looking to have someone ELSE build a switchpanel for me... I lack the time or knowhow to manufacture he plate, with custom engraving and backlighting.


Here is the link to the request for a custom manufacturer:


viewtopic.php?f=28&t=2106


I will PM you an image of my proposed idea for mine.
 

Zapp Brannigan

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Got this controller out of my old car today, took it apart for some additional pics:


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ai13.photobucket.com_albums_a255_xfirefighter484x_CIMG1118.jpg


ai13.photobucket.com_albums_a255_xfirefighter484x_CIMG1120.jpg


ai13.photobucket.com_albums_a255_xfirefighter484x_CIMG1119.jpg


ai13.photobucket.com_albums_a255_xfirefighter484x_CIMG1122.jpg
 

Jarred J.

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May 21, 2010
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Shelbyville, TN
monetary bittons are on ATM's


send that bad boy off to china and have them refab one for you
 

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