Outfit your spacecraft-inspired room with this multi-switch replica of the Apollo Command Module’s Master Alarm panel from Concord Aerospace. The panel has three on-off switches, three mom-off-mom contact switches, and a backlit momentary-contact alarm pushbutton. The industrial-grade switches can be wired to control lights or other electrical items.
The latest from Concord Aerospace is a fully-functional light switch inspired by Apollo spacecraft switchgear. It can replace a standard single-pole US light switch and offers an optional flip-up switch guard. Each is made from steel, aluminum, and acrylic. In addition to standard designs, they can also customize the wording.
Are you being pursued by space fascists? Did you just steal the movie’s MacGuffin? You need to make a quick escape. Concord Aerospace has you covered with their Hyperdrive Activation Panel. Just attach it to your clunky old spaceship and flip its switches for extreme speed. It’s blue LED backlight requires a 12V power source.
The Fingerbot Plus is an upgraded version of Adaprox’s tiny remote-controlled machine. In addition to its flipping all kinds of switches and pushing all kinds of buttons, it now has a touchpad so you can control devices when you don’t have your phone handy. It also has greater pushing force and a higher battery capacity.
Home decor company Buster + Punch brings sophistication to spaces through little details. Their electrical collection includes modern light switches, dimmers, outlets, USB chargers, and wall plates in smoked bronze, brass, steel, and more. They’re not cheap, but they definitely make a statement.
This innovative smart light switch snaps over standard light switches, attaching magnetically to the screws in the wall plate. It works with a companion smartphone app, so you remotely control it with Amazon Alexa or Google Home, all without any wiring or tools. Save 33% in The Awesomer Shop.
If you know anything about electronics, you know there are tons of different types of switches. Engineer and inventor Tim Hunkin delves into some of the many kinds of switches, how they work to complete circuits, and how to choose the right type for your projects.
Concord Aerospace makes replicas of the switches found in NASA’s space vehicles, including the Apollo command module and the Space Shuttle. The switches feature accurate labeling, and can be wired to control circuits, should you decide to build your own basement simulator. You can also order switches with custom labeling.
We’re not sure if the switches that are used to launch real missiles look like this, but the ones in movies have flip-up red covers to keep people from accidentally starting a war. This mod from Rapid3DProductions transforms any regular light switch into a missile launcher switch, so you’ll think twice before you flip that switch.
1up your living space LightCore’s fun light switch covers. They easily convert modern rocker-type switches into arcade-style buttons in a snap. Just remove your current faceplates, and screw these in their place. Available as single or dual switch versions, and a variety of color schemes.
The Fingerbot is a tiny machine you can install over existing switches for lights, appliances, and other devices, bestowing them with remote-control capability. Its modular design works with a variety of button and toggle switch styles. Grab the Adaprox Bridge to add Alexa, Google Home, Siri, and other cloud-based control.