These are pre-etched 25mm billet buttons. You can opt to add text on the outer top and bottom portion. Would you have any special instruction or request, you will be able to enter them separate. If we have any question we will get in touch with you before doing any etching. These buttons comes with a pigtail connector for easy wiring and feature a replaceable micro switch and also have a spare slot for an additional micro switch. They have a flat surface and the led move with the button so they are easy to press in. What’s more? They are available with RGB LED for endless possibility!
Custom Outer text;
If you choose to add outer text we will do our regular capital letter etching unless you specify otherwise in the special instruction field. The outer engraving area is smaller on these than on the 22mm model buttons so the text will be smaller.
These buttons comes with 5 different LED color choice. The LED have independant pin on the button; they can be wired to light with your parking light, when you press the button or just about any configuration you can think of. If you are unsure about which pin does what, take a look at the wiring diagram page.
These model also comes in RGB; if you want a red, a blue or a green button you will be getting an RGB LED button. You will have the choice of these 3 color down the road. The RGB LED share a common anode which mean they are inter-connected to a positive (+12vdc) pin and you must connect to ground the color you want to light. More informations on the RGB LED can be found on the wiring diagram page. Each LED color pin is clearly identified on the buttons.
- 25mm (1″) Hole
- 28mm Face Diameter – 19mm Button Diameter
- 21mm Push Diameter
- IP67 Rating
- Pigtail Connector with 150mm (6″ long) wire
- 12VDC LED (White and Orange not polarity sensitive, RGB Common Anode)
- 5A Current Rating
- 10mm (3/8″) Maximum Panel Thickness
- 50mm (2″) Depth Including Pigtail
- Black Housing Material; Anodized Aluminum
- Chrome Housing Material; Stainless-Steel
Richard Sabol (verified owner) –
The middle pins in the connector were wrong. So far everything seems nice after I moved the wires.