[Diy_efi] need a switch

Bill - Comcast b.shaw
Sun Aug 6 16:40:54 UTC 2006

Do you have a part number and manufacturer for the switch?  What is it?  
toggle? momentary contact? spdt?

If all else fails you could use some hook-up wire to wire another switch 
in,  then build up a pile of epoxy (or hot glue if it's not used in a 
hot environment) to physically support the switch.  Or you could drill a 
new hole pattern for a different switch and use hook-up wire to connect it.



Steve Ravet wrote:
> I inserted a pushbutton switch into a PCB project I'm working on, and
> now I can't find an actual switch that matches the PCB layout.  Maybe
> it's a European style?  Here's the PCB layout:
> http://www.diy-efi.org/twiki/bin/viewfile.pl/Diy_efi/DiyEfiScratch?rev=1
> ;filename=switch.bmp
> Can anyone suggest where I might source a switch with this PCB pattern
> in the US?  I've been through the digikey catalog but can't find it.
> --steve
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