Originally Posted by lschiavo
I cannot see the link but it sounds like you may have a 12VDC rated switch. It should be printed on the switch somewhere. If so, it is not rated for 120VAC and probably not a good idea to use it.
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So the "clicker" must take this data out of the link:
It says it's rated for 10A 120VAC but then just says 12V LED. It seems really inconvenient unless to use this switch unless you already have a 12VDC power source in your panel. For a couple dollars more, Auber sells a good pushbutton switch that you can just use 120VAC or even 240VAC to light the LED.
If you're stuck with these buttons you'll have to use a 12VDC power supply. The cheapest way is to use a "wall wart" but they're also bulky and not intended to be mounted in a panel. Another way would be to purchase a 12vdc power supply. Here's one from Amazon: