does anybody remember who was building generic front panels

From: Cini, Richard <>
Date: Wed Feb 2 10:33:16 2005

I eliminated both D-K and Mouser only because of cost. In total, my project
requires 25 switches. Last time I checked, D-K was $5.42 each for one and
$6.09 each for the other. Future-Active was $2.62 and $1.88, respectively.
The savings was incentive enough to place orders from two vendors rather
than only D-K (all of the other parts, except for the microcontroller, are
available from D-K).

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[]On Behalf Of Mike Loewen
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On Wed, 2 Feb 2005, Gooijen H wrote:

> > Standard toggles: C&K 7101SYCQE
> > Momentary toggles: C&K 7105SYCQE
> >
> > These are PC-mounted with a threaded collar and a
> > 0.420" bat length.
> > E-Switch also makes a switch that's comparable.
> I checked the site, but there is no picture to go with it :~(

   Digikey and Mouser both carry those switches:

Mike Loewen
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