2-Pin Snap-In Round Rocker Latching ON/OFF Car/Boat Switch 10A/125V, 6A/250V (6 Pack) from U.S. SOLID
Specifications for this item
|Brand Name||U.S. Solid|
|Dielectric Strength||1500 volts|
|Maximum Current||10.0 amps|
|Minimum Current||6.0 amps|
|Operating Voltage||125 volts|
|Voltage||250.0 volts , 125.0 volts|
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The U.S. Solid Round Rocker ON/OFF Car/Boat Switch is a durable ON/OFF push switch made of heavy-duty nylon. It is a round rocker style switch with on/off legends on the push button; depress one side to turn ON, depress the other side to turn OFF. This electrical switch employs 10A/125V, 6A/250V voltage. These switches can replace your old or damaged switches simply by snapping them into place. You will receive a quantity of 6 with each order so you can replace multiple switches at once to make your boat panel or car dashboard look sleek and new. Trust that if it a U.S. Solid product, these switches will be durable and long lasting.
Brand U.S. Solid
GTIN-12 (U.P.C.) 888107070979
U.S. Solid Model: USS- WBS00001
Voltage: 10A/125V 6A/250V
Switch Type: Round Rocker
Head Diameter: 23mm
Button Diameter: 18mm
Hole Size Required: 21mm
Depth Including Contacts: 25mm
Rated Current: 10A
Rated Load:15A/12A/10A/6A 250V AV
Contact Resistance: ≤ 50 Ω
Insulation Resistance:≥ 100M Ω
Dielectric Strength:≥ 1500 V AC /1 min.
Life (number of on/off cycles): ≥ 10000
Materials: Silver-Plated Brass Terminals with Nylon Frame
Quantity per Order: 6
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I do wish the terminals were just a tad longer because it's a bit hard for my 60 year old, trifocal wearing eyes to see to run the wires through them (I solder rather than use clips), but otherwise, no issues.
Wasn't sure how to wire exactly but managed to make it work with trial and error. The two 'silvery' contacts are the switch contact. The 'golden' contact is to power the light