I am new to electronics and general electronic circuits. I have 4+ led ring switches (from here: follow link)
The website says that the rating of the switch contacts is 5A 250VAC with an illumination voltage of 12V
I am unsure as to how to wire the switches together from one socket.
I currently have a 12V DC plug adapter that I am using to power one single switch.
As the switch requires the power to turn on LEDs, would it be that the high amperes would damage the components within the circuit?
The adapter I am using gives this information:
input: 230V~50Hz 300mA output: 12V 1500mA
Since each switch will require 12V (as stated on the product page) will I be able to wire the switches as such in the image below? (with red being positive and blue being negative) Or will I have to use multiple power sources to power a few switches at a time?
The diagram below shows the adapter (bottom left) with the 4 12v switches, the wires go to the positive and negative terminal on each switch