- Electrical Contractor, Electrical Consultant, Electrical Engineer
I think the round thing in the center of his photo's loose device hanging out of the open 3 gang box is a push-button low voltage switch. The thing slightly above it is the indicator light.I thought you were looking to duplicate the switches on the other plates. I don't see which switches you want to duplicate.
If it is really 12V, then those are not neon lights. Neon takes approximately 60V DC (or AC peak) to conduct.I'm willing to spend about $200 to get it done.
They are spdt push buttons and neon lights designed to mount to 1/4" holes.
It's doubtful I can one custom made for that amount..........
I appreciate the good advice.
Not duplicate, but keep each grouping looking similar throughout house.I thought you were looking to duplicate the switches on the other plates. I don't see which switches you want to duplicate.
Agree. And also agree that the switch and lights can be had from any electronics supplier. If I can see it better, it might even be a standard security system item from ADI.Can you show us what one switch and one light look like close-up?
Asked and answered already. S'mise (John) arrived at it by post #15. Respectfully, Larry, you're repeating. in greater detail. what was arrived at as the answer.We're trying to help you use the existing buttons and lights with matching plates by coming up with a way to mount them to plates you can find. That's why we're asking for pics that show how they mount.
Ok fine!My inquiry was just about matching switchplate.
I just need the plate,original switches are stuffed in box and should be fine to reuse.
Holes are too big, screws are in the wrong position. I saw that one too.