uxcell Inlet Male Power Socket Fuse Holder with Rocker Switch 10A 250V 3Pin IEC320 C14
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|Switch Style||Rocker Switch|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||4.72 x 2.76 x 1.18 inches|
|Current rating||10 Amps|
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- 1. This Male Power design with Fuse Holder (Use Only with 250V Fuse).
- 2. About total size: 5 x 3 x 3.2cm ; Length: 2.1inch
- 3. Perfect for your CNC controller box.
- 4.IEC male power with an integral switch and fuse holder
- 5. Noted: This item pack do not include fuse
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1. IEC male power with an integral switch and fuse holder (Fuse is not included).
2. This Male Power design with Fuse Holder(Use Only with 250V Fuse).
3. Perfect for your CNC controller box.
1 x IEC C14 Inlet
1 x Rocker Switch
Very Important Notice:
1. Ratings on the switch label are only for Purely Resistive AC load, for other types of loads please refer to the ratings above.DC load Current ratings are much lower than AC load,if you need to use this switch with more than 0.5A DC load, contact us for compatibility at first.
2. Inductive Load: 3.5A; Lamp Load: 1.8A; Motor Load: 2A; Capactive Load: 1.8A
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Numerous other reviews say the same thing. Don't risk it with a product that could burn your house down.
The switch is to control the live voltage, not the neutral wire.
The live line is hard connected to one side of the fuse, the out terminal of the fuse needs connected to one side of the switch, then the remaining terminal from the switch connects to the live input of your equipment. The neutral line goes straight to the equipment neutral input.
The center line is ground and goes to the metal frame of the equipment and the grounding tab on the equipment power input.
Live wire carries the power input, neutral is the power return from the equipment to the outlet. In an imperfect DC analogy, live is positive, neutral is negative, roughly speaking in basic terms...
Ground is earth ground, and is a safety measure, it is not designed for power flow under normal conditions. It is there to sink power should there be a short inside the equipment, to help protect someone if they touch the metal case if power is shorted to it.
I did not get the lighted version, and it is hard to see how the switch is done in the pics. But the LED is not likely designed to carry the actual load current, so if the LED is run on one set of terminals and the main power the other, then it should be run parallel to the power input of the switch, not in series.
If the LED is wired parallel internally to one side of the switch inputs, then the switch is designed to sit between the power in and the equipment, switching both the live and neutral wire.
The quality on mine is decent enough, if it dies I will update this review. It didn't come with a fuse as depicted in the images shown, so it looses a point for that.
My unit came with a fuse. Good thing I bought some back-ups though.