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push-button

(electronics)
A roughly fingertip-sized plastic cover attached to a spring-loaded, normally-open switch, which, when pressed, closes the switch. Typical examples are the keys on a computer or calculator keyboard and mouse buttons.
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These collections are also present as 24V push-buttons which makes it available for use with impulse relays or any other home automation system.
* Push-buttons controls on the Tactrol 2 microprocessor control panel.
Precise control of the sterilizing process is easy using single push-buttons on the Tactrol 2 microprocessor control panel.