Our silver series mid size of 22mm dual colour billet buttons with illuminating led ring switches with the plug & play wire harnesses are the classy way to go when your wiring up your power windows in your Hot Rod, Street Car or Race Car.
These silver series billet buttons have etched engraved logos or scripts in the center of the button to identify what you are switching On or Off.
Each switch offers a solid positive tactile feedback and even LED illumination.
Ideal for thermo fans, fuel pumps, water pumps, power windows, power door locks, power trunks, sunroofs, linear actuators, air bags, or anything you can think of that needs a switch.
These handsome & elegant billet switches feature a sharp billet finish and high-quality L.E.D. illumination.
Illumination led can be wired so that it is active when the or turned on with your key ignition, as the button is momentary pushed this sends out a low voltage negative trigger to your hi-amp relays (relays not included).
All BWA billet buttons have led's with twin colour fitted in to each switch, all twin colours are: Blue/Green - Red/Yellow - White/Orange or Red/Blue, they are polarity sensitive led's so you can change the colour by swapping the positive & negative wires on the led pins, (no harm will be done to the led)
Our billet buttons are dust proof & water splash resistant so can be used in off road 4x4 use & marine use eg: Boats & Jet Skis
Used for :: Nitrous oxide tanks Series :: Silver Series
Engraved Logo :: Nill
Engraved Written Script :: PURGE-N2O Thread Diameter :: 22mm Face size :: 25mm Length size :: 35.8mm Switch rating :: 5A/250VAC Contact Configuration :: 1NO 1NC Operation Type :: Momentary Front Shape :: Flat Lamp Type :: Ring Illuminated LED Lamp Colour :: Red/Blue
Fitting Washer :: Rubber Seal Material :: Stainless Steel Part No :: BWASW-SS-22-M-PN2O-RD-BL
PLEASE NOTE:: Australian laws pertaining to N20 installations in road-registered street cars while driving on Australian roads.
Switching: Both solenoids must operate from a common switch and the system must be capable of being switched off by three means: (1) when the throttle is closed; (2) by a special arming switch that provides power to the solenoids; (3) through the normal ignition switch.