Excellent, thank you, but it's got a 24mm depth. Therein is my dilemma: a 1A switch needed with little space in which to implement it.
Does anyone have a DIY answer that they've invented themselves to get a high current push button implemented in a confined space? Or, can an off-the-shelf push button be gutted and slimmed down to do the same thing it does in its full, manufacured packaging?
If you cant find any you can make a contact plate that will make contact when pushed by using a couple of flat metal plates and a small spring on the one side.
like this ___---,,-----
it's crude but the spring will keep the metal from connecting till the top plate is pushed down. Iit doesn't cost anything but some scrap, and time the spring can be a lighter or pen spring for example.
sorry I can't add more. Good Luck!
I'm looking for the giant masks that Target used as store display pieces during the year 2003, I believe.
Here's a photo. I know they're out there, but haven't had any luck. I'm particularly looking for the Frankenstein, Cat, and Clown.
They're primarily for an event, so if...
I am desperately searching for these three Halloween Props. They were sold at Kroger exclusively in 2004. If you have one, PLEASE let me know. I have been looking for these for quite some time and am willing to pay a fair amount.
I'm looking for certain Gemmy and Spirit Halloween props, but I want to buy them locally. Mainly, in the St. Louis, Missouri area.
In terms of Gemmy, I'm looking for:
Donna the Dead
Graves the Fat Butler
Horace the Butler