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    Another switch question....

    A little help for an ignorant newbie. I am planning on an xm-l build using George's Lflex driver. I saw that Savagemann used a momentary switch he got from ebay. It is described as momentary normal off. It is billed as a boat horn switch, push for on, power off when released. Is this the correct type of momentary switch for an Lflex?
    Thanks in advance.

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    Yes - you want a momentary switch that is normally open.

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    There are a couple types of MOM switches.
    N/O which is normally open
    and
    N/C which is normally closed.
    The flex drivers use a N/O switch.
    Normally Open switches are also referred to as
    Momentary Off,
    Push On,
    OFF - (ON),
    N/O,
    Off-Mom,
    and probably a few other terms as well.

    The switches I linked to on ebay work perfect with the flex drivers, and are a pretty good deal I might add.
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