Push Buttom Switches

Momentary switches: Change current with a pushbutton switch

A push button switch causes a temporary change in an electrical circuit only while the switch is physically pushed. A spring returns the switch to its original position immediately afterwards. A push button is typically made of plastic or metal and may be flat-surfaced or contoured to the finger or hand. Also known as momentary switches, they are designed and manufactured to the highest quality standards. We offer push button switch types in wide ranges from standard to IP-rated. Our portfolio includes Alcoswitch and KISSLING switches. Common applications include emergency stop (e-stop) and alarm switches, calculator buttons, doorbells, and refrigerator light switches.

Our portfolio of push button switches includes different LED styles and multiple mounting options, and we offer various colors, with different symbols on the actuator, like battery and start/stop symbols. Our momentary pushbutton switches are commonly used in A/V equipment, avionics, industrial manufacturing, fitness equipment, and test and measurement equipment applications. In addition to these classic applications, we offer reliable e-stop switches for products used in hazardous environments, such as emergency vehicles, work trucks, off-road equipment, and heavy machinery. Our pushbuttons are also used in applications in the e-mobility market, including charging stations.

Featured Product: KISSLING Push Button Switches

Our KISSLING Series TS push button switches are designed and manufactured for extreme conditions. Our portfolio includes options for switching configuration, termination type, switching movement and actuator designs. These switches are sealed and available with various mounting solutions for easy integration into your vehicle or equipment design.

KISSLING Series TS Push Buttom Switch
KISSLING Series TS Push Button Switch

Product Features

Push Button Switches: KISSLING Series TS
  • Sealing technology up to IP67 &  IP6K9K (steam cleaning)
  • High-quality silver contacts
  • Maximum operating force of 40 N
  • 2-postition and 3-position switch actions with wide variety of available switching patterns 
  • Wide variety of actuator options for individual needs
  • Optional diaphram switch covers for push-button switches to prvide addition environmental protection

Technical Data

Push Button Switches: KISSLING Series TS
  • 1-pole and 2-pole switches available
  • Rated for minimum 100,000 switching cycles under full load
  • Maximal load 5 mA at up to 32 VDC (ohmic load)
  • Minimum switching current: 10 mA at 12 VDC
  • Rated for up to  -40°C to +90°C environmental operating temperature