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Bartman.
03-13-2009, 04:42 AM
Part numbers requierd > HAT 4pcs........OMRON B3F-3122 (150g)
TRIGGER...........OMRON B3M-6009
SW2 to SW4.....OMRON B3F-1002 (150g)

Available here > http://parts.digikey.co.uk/1/1...e-70gf-b3m-6009.html (http://parts.digikey.co.uk/1/1/95810-switch-tact-long-stroke-70gf-b3m-6009.html)

And here >
http://uk.farnell.com/omron-el...85?_requestid=136736 (http://uk.farnell.com/omron-electronic-components/b3m-6009/tactile-switch/dp/1577085?_requestid=136736)

Good luck.

Bartman.

Chris0382
03-13-2009, 05:20 AM
Any possibility you would know the exact digikey replacement switch for CH Product joysticks. Tech support there says the tact switches are each individually custom made by CH but I doubt that as they all look the same to me. I just need the specs and dimensions which I cant find.

I used switches from an old stick bough on ebay but would love to get a set of new switches,

Engadin
03-13-2009, 03:53 PM
Thank you mate http://forums.ubi.com/images/smilies/11.gif Very useful info.

engadin.

x6BL_Brando
03-13-2009, 07:25 PM
Originally posted by Chris0382:
Any possibility you would know the exact digikey replacement switch for CH Product joysticks. Tech support there says the tact switches are each individually custom made by CH but I doubt that as they all look the same to me. I just need the specs and dimensions which I cant find.

I used switches from an old stick bough on ebay but would love to get a set of new switches,

Having dissected a few CH items while switching to the LH conversion and adapting my stick, I can probably help you. As you probably know, the switches under the red buttons are all the same and it is the length of the red buttons that bear on the switches that is different. You also need to make sure that you follow the wiring arrangement as per the originals. The switches mounted on the PCBs are also similar, but you need to be very careful if you try to unsolder and replace any of those. Any excess heat can damage the traces, bridge gaps between things that shouldn't be bridged, and so on. Some considerable experience in fine-point soldering techniques is essential.

B

Chris0382
03-13-2009, 09:14 PM
Your not kidding, I did all my soldering with a disecting microscope and jewlers glass.

major_setback
03-14-2009, 03:14 PM
Originally posted by Bartman.:
Part numbers requierd > HAT 4pcs........OMRON B3F-3122 (150g)
TRIGGER...........OMRON B3M-6009
SW2 to SW4.....OMRON B3F-1002 (150g)

Available here > http://parts.digikey.co.uk/1/1...e-70gf-b3m-6009.html (http://parts.digikey.co.uk/1/1/95810-switch-tact-long-stroke-70gf-b3m-6009.html)

And here >
http://uk.farnell.com/omron-el...85?_requestid=136736 (http://uk.farnell.com/omron-electronic-components/b3m-6009/tactile-switch/dp/1577085?_requestid=136736)

Good luck.

Bartman.

The price is ok, but delivery is a bit steep:

0.77 Pounds for the trigger, 2.50 tax, and 16 Pounds delivery charge = Total 19 Pounds (to the US maybe ?).