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IL PSL-H Concave Short Stem Pushbutton - Red

$3.75 (USD)
0.64 Ounces
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  • Product Description

    Need more room in your arcade cabinet than a long stem pushbutton can provide? Fancying the nostalgic feel of American-style Street Fighter cabinet pushbuttons in your custom Fightstick (that can accomodate .187" microswitches) or iCade?  Industrias Lorenzo may provide a solution for each with the PSL-H Concave Short Stem Pushbutton.

    The American/EU styled, concave pushbutton features a short stem body for metal and up to 3/4" wood control panels. 


    • .187" terminal Silver Contact Microswitch Standard
    • E-Switch microswitch included. Upgrade to Cherry D4XX for authentic arcade exoerience, or remove switches altogether for discounted price
    • High quality plastics for durability
    • Fits standard arcade sized 1.125" (1 1/8") hole
    • Concave Plunger Design
    • Short stem can accomodate from 1mm (.4") to 20mm (.78") with included plastic nut

    PSL-H dimensional specifications

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    1. Great Buttons

      From FA: The IL pushbuttons were not designed to fit into low profile Japanese Fightstick models like the Hori RAP 4.


      I absolutely love these buttons. They're a fair bit longer than the typical buttons used in sticks so they might not fit in yours, but they just barely fit in my Hori RAP 4. One complaint that I have is that over time one of my buttons started to stick a little bit, but the rest are perfectly fine. One thing to note is that if like me you are putting these in a fight stick the top collar is ever so slightly smaller than Japanese style buttons, they'll still fit because they're screw ins, but more of the area surrounding the hole will be visible if that matters to you (on my RAP 4 the small rectangular holes that the Hori buttons snapped in to are visible).
      on Apr 12th 2019

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