A push button switch with wire refers to a push button switch that is attached to a set of electrical wires.
The wires provide a path for electrical current to flow to and from the switch. When the button is pressed, it completes the circuit and allows current to flow, which can trigger an action such as turning on a light or starting a machine.
The wires connected to the switch can be connected to a power source, a load, or other components in an electrical circuit.
The number and gauge of wires, as well as the specific connections required, will depend on the specific application and the type of push button switch being used.