|MIL No.||Otto No.||Description||Part Number||Price||Buy|
|MS25089-1CR||P1-32121||Threaded Bezel, Red||11-00748||$15.95|
|MS25089-1C||P1-32122||Threaded Bezel, Black||11-00749||$15.50|
|MS25089-1CW||P1-32129||Threaded Bezel, White||11-00750||$15.95|
|MS25089-1AL||P1-12121||Press Fit, Red||11-00745||$15.95|
|MS25089-1A||P1-12122||Press Fit, Black||11-00746||$15.95|
|MS25089-1AW||P1-12129||Press Fit, White||11-00747||$14.85|
The P1 is a sealed, dustproof, snap action, military grade switch ideal for switching low level up to 10 amps. It features screw terminals, and includes screws, lockwashers, and solder lugs.
MIL qualified. Dustproof, snap action, screw terminals, rugged reliable construction.
Works well, as expected/described. One note: These are screw-on terminals (although you could solder instead if you prefer), but if you are installing this into a straight diameter hole, the screw heads will hit the outside of the handgrip material - I had to bend the tabs into slightly to avoid this issue. Really, the terminals should have been placed another 1/16 of an inch more inside. But a little bending fixes the problem and the switch works fine. To activate the switch, I did not find the 4lbs force (versus 2 lbs force for other models) to be a problem (i.e. the force to activate is not too high).
Bought for my Rans s9 Chaos and seems to work as advertised.
Sorry I cant rate this switch. It is the one I thought I ordered but when I got it in the mail I found it doesnt have threads and lock nut. Not sure how to mount it. Wish I got the one shown in the pictureðŸ˜•
Doesnâ€™t feet for Grumman Aa5a
Perfect PTT switch for my application. Just the right pressure to activate & a positive feel engagement.
I decided to try these in my PA-38 because I use it for training and my students wear out other PTT switches quickly. They fit nicely and so far are working very well. They feel very solid and durable. The 4lb. pressure works out great since students tend to push hard on the switches.
Bought the switch when chasing a problem that turned out to be a bad wire not a faulty switch. But I like the feel of this one with the positive click and the larger style.
Product was what expected. One good reason I use Aircraft Spruce is the website is user friendly .
This is a high quality switch with an aluminum bezel. It takes a relatively good force to press. I understand the rating is a 4lb force to depress. It would be nice to have the option to purchase the 2lb force made by the same company.
The switch is of good quality but much too large to fit into the yoke horn as a PTT.
The diameter size of the button press fit body is 1/2in and the button is red while the body is black.
Momentary means you have to hold the switch down to activate it. As soon as you release the switch it turns off. Press fit means that there are no threads and simply pushes into an exact size hole. SPDT means single pole double throw. This is a switch that only has a single input and can connect to and switch between 2 outputs.
No, this switch can be wired in either direction.
The switch has screw terminals. Included with the switch are screws, lockwashers, and solder lugs.
Yes, this requires a 5/8 mounting hole.
No, this should work fine in a 14 volt system.