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I have a (hopefully) simple request. Can someone please provide me with a manufacturer PN for the ERASE push button on the Due? I really like that button and I have become obsessed with tracking it down for use in other designs. Bonus points for providing a supplier link....   smiley-cool
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Hi lunareternity,

If you do find out, please share.  I like the size and feel of it as well.

-Chris
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Measure the pin footprint, start searching. Will not be hard to locate an equivalent at Digikey, Mouser, etc.
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I assume it is a PTS820 with 3.9 x 2.9 mm footprint from www.ck-components.com.
http://www.digikey.com/product-detail/es/PTS820%20J15MP%20SMTR%20LFS/PTS820%20J15MP%20SMTR%20LFS-ND/4142172
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http://de.mouser.com/Search/Refine.aspx?Keyword=PTS820
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Transistorfips, that one looks pretty close, not exactly the same though. I'll get some samples and report back. Thanks for the assist fellas.
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