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Push Button Switch Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of push button switch manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top push button switch manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find push button switch companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture push button switches to your companies specifications. Then contact the push button switch companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of push button electrical switches, electrical push buttons, push button switch systems or customized push button switches of every type, this is the resource for you.

  • Eden Prairie, MN 800-806-6113

    The electric switches that we offer here at ALUDEC USA cannot be topped by the competition. We breathe and live precision and that means our products are at the top of the line at all times. It is our goal that each and every customer has their expectations exceeded so that we keep you coming back to us for all of your electric switch needs. Contact us via telephone or email or visit our website today to learn more about how we may be able to assist you!

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  • Plainville, CT 860-793-9281

    Carling Technologies is one of the world's largest manufacturers of Hydraulic/Magnetic and Thermal Circuit Breakers, Electrical Switches and Assemblies, and Advanced Systems including Power Distribution Centers and Electronic Control Systems. From switches to custom controls and touch screen displays, Carling provides the most advanced electronic systems for HMI Solutions.

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  • Shelton, CT 203-951-4600

    EAO Corporation is a global technology leader and manufacturer of Human Machine Interface (HMI) Components and Systems. EAO serves a wide range of industries, including the transportation, machinery, heavy duty, specialty vehicle, lifting and moving, medical and automotive markets. With more than 600 employees worldwide, EAO is headquartered in Olten, Switzerland and has subsidiaries and manufacturing locations in North America, Europe and Asia. Contact us for more information!

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  • Little Rock, AR 866-600-6040

    Carlton-Bates is a distributor of all kinds of electric switches: toggle switches, pushbutton switches, rocker switches, rotary tap and rotary switches, slide switches and more. We were founded in 1929, and are one of the 20 members of the National Electrical Distributors Association (NEDA).

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  • Harbor City, CA 310-534-0959

    Judco Manufacturing manufactures and distributes a complete line of switches including pushbutton switches, slide switches, toggle switches, rocker switches, tact switches & custom switches to meet the needs of many applications. Call us for electrical switch needs and be our choice for switches.

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  • Franklin, WI 800-824-4031

    At MELTRIC, our Switch-Rated plugs and receptacles combine the safety and functionality of a disconnect switch with the convenience of a plug and receptacle into one cost-effective, reliable device. These plugs can be safely connected and disconnected under full load. Since 1982, MELTRIC has been dedicated to ensuring electrical and user safety with every product.

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Pushbutton Switches

Pushbutton switches are electrical actuators that are composed of buttons that, when pushed, either close or open the electrical circuits to which they are connected. They can be used to control a wide variety of electronic devices.

Pushbutton switches are among the most simple electric switch varieties; they are similar to toggle switches in that they are usually used to perform simple circuit modifications. Both toggle switches and pushbutton switches are intuitive and easy to use. Operating a pushbutton switch involves simply depressing the switch until it performs its desired action. They are often equipped with tactile enhancements that help indicate to their users whether or not they have completed their intended action. Pushbutton switches may be recessed, flush or raised. Recessed buttons are below the base of a product; this prevents accidental switching. Flush switches, on the other hand, are flush with the outside of a surface. Raised buttons are above the level of a surface and are simple to find and push. Each pushbutton variety is applied in a wide variety of contexts; computers, at crosswalks, telephones, industrial machinery, security systems, ATMs, military equipment, casino gaming (slot machines), fitness equipment and a wide variety of other devices can be equipped with pushbuttons.

Pushbutton switches, like all other electrical switch varieties, are used to change to configuration of the electrical circuits to which they are connected. When an electrical circuit is open, electricity cannot flow through it continuously, thus preventing the operation of the electric device of which the circuit is a part. When a pushbutton switch is used to close an electric circuit, electricity can flow through the circuit uninhibited, thus allowing for the operation of the device of which the circuit is a part. Pushbutton switches can allow for the sustained or momentary closure of a circuit, depending on their construction. In many cases, such as in computer keyboards or in other similar interface equipment, pushbuttons are fitted with springs that make the switch retract when it is not depressed, thus keeping the circuit open. Such momentary closure of a circuit can allow for the brief transmission of electricity from one place to another. In other cases, push buttons can allow for continued electrical flow; such switches have “on” and “off” positions, which are engaged or disengaged with each push of the switch. Whatever their use, pushbuttons are valuable tools wherever they are installed.



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