[Diy_efi] need a switch
Sun Aug 6 22:24:26 UTC 2006
Sorry, the intention was to have a spst momentary switch, normally open.
It's a reset switch. What I ended up with is a SPDT, oops. I have done
just as you suggested with wires and the correct switch and hot glue but
for the couple more boards I have to build I'd like to have the right
switch, if it's something I can get reasonably.
I don't have a manufacturer or part number or anything else, it's just a
switch I put into the schematic from the library without checking
availability first. Made that mistake with a few other parts also,
won't do that again.
> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:diy_efi-bounces at diy-efi.org] On Behalf Of Bill - Comcast
> Sent: Sunday, August 06, 2006 11:41 AM
> To: diy_efi at diy-efi.org
> Subject: Re: [Diy_efi] need a switch
> 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:
> > =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
> > -------------------
> > Steve Ravet
> > ARM
> > steve.ravet at arm.com
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