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DIY foot operated switch

Posted on Wednesday, September 5th, 2012 in DIY by DP

This clear foot operated switch is made with a bent piece of acrylic, and a PCB with a tactile switch and mounting holes:

This time,i made a lighter version, very simple to make, still with a nice operating feel. I don’t really remember where i saw this design, i think from ebay.

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3 Responses to “DIY foot operated switch”

  1. kizito says:

    Hi there,

    Please give me the quotation for the following

    switch FOOT INGRANIC FOOT & AMP ,HAND OPERATED UNITS COMPLETE 1 N/O, 1 N/C CONTACTS 550V TREADLE OPERATED TYPE B ,LIST B,LIST No.9. PART No. 1021H34

    • LUPENGA CHISALA says:

      Hi there,

      Please give me the quotation for the following

      switch FOOT INGRANIC FOOT & AMP ,HAND OPERATED UNITS COMPLETE 1 N/O, 1 N/C CONTACTS 550V TREADLE OPERATED TYPE B ,LIST B,LIST No.9

  2. kizito says:

    switch FOOT INGRANIC FOOT & AMP ,HAND OPERATED UNITS COMPLETE 1 N/O, 1 N/C CONTACTS 550V TREADLE OPERATED TYPE B ,LIST B,LIST No.9. PART No. 1021H34

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