A quality momentary SPST switch, perfect as a starter button, Comes with a special boot that keeps out dust and weather.
PUSHBUTTON SWITCH W/BOOT
This is not a perfect starter switch. This thing is massive, and takes 10 lbs of push to engage. Heres the measurements that are lacking in the description. 1/1/8th x 1/1/2 x1/14 to the start of the shaft threads. 2/5 from end screws to button tip. 3/4 of shaft thread, and a 5/8 shaft diameter. Thats a big hole. This is the perfect switch for launching a nuclear warhead from a submarine.
This push button starter switch is massive. Way too big to use as a replacement for your plane. Spruce needs a smaller switch.
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The dimensions of the switch (part number 10-00821) stem is 3/4 inches long x 5/8 inches diameter. Panel hole diameter must be determined by installer at time of install. Aircraft Spruce cannot be held responsible for panel work done ahead of time based on these dimensions.
The diameter for the boot on the push button switch (10-00821) is 1.05"
The wire gauge will depend on the amperage and distance. Please consult with the AC 43.13 part number 13-06923.
Rated for 15 amps at 12-VOLTS.
No. It is only rated for 12volts per the TDS.