This is a switch panel we made a couple of months ago for a Bell 407GX simulator.
There's only one (red) pushbutton fitted because we were simply verifying for our customer that this particular component would fit.
The Korry-type button that's shown here is a new design that we've started to use recently. It's a fairly complex arrangement and requires quite a bit of depth to be available behind the panel itself, which of course means that it's not suitable for some situations (e.g. placement in front of monitors).
The photograph below shows the panel's backlighting, and for the purpose of demonstration we've also temporarily hooked up one of the legends in the korry in order to show the clear amount of separation between the upper and lower text blocks.
Next is the AFCS unit which accompanied this particular request. Not much to say about it really - just backlit pushbuttons, indicator lights, and header.