DPDT Slide Switch 1/4" Lever

DPDT Slide Switch 1/4" Lever

These classic style switches are perfect for experiments and home projects. Contacts are shorting type and rated at 125 VAC, 300mA.
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DPDT Slide Switch 1/4" Lever
These classic style switches are perfect for experiments and home projects. Contacts are shorting type and rated at 125 VAC, 300mA.

Product Specifications
  • CircuitDPDT
  • IlluminationNon-Illuminated
DPDT Slide Switch 1/4" Lever
  • BrandParts Express
  • Part Number023-672
  • UPC844632080173
  • Product CategorySlide Switches
  • Unit of MeasureEA
  • Weight0.022 lbs.
  • California Prop 65

    Warning: California residents only. Please note per Proposition 65 that this product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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DPDT Slide Switch 1/4" Lever

Is a DPDT switch a 3 positions switch? Part # 023-672

Asked by: nibardo
No, this is only a two position switch.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2014-10-06

Can I use this for input source selector?

I've found some diagrams on how to wire this, which I'm completely fine with, but what I found was treating this switch as having a common input, and then you select where that current then goes...however, I want to use this as an on/on switch between two preamp input sources. I.E. I'm looking at making a powered soundbar, so I will have a 3.5mm female jack to one side of the switch to connect an iPod as one source, and regular RCA terminals as well to have connected to my TV as the other source. I could then keep both inputs live so I wouldn't have to constantly take RCA cables off...my worry about putting this after the amp is the current is too much for a switch like this...
Asked by: Foodstamp313
If you are in fact using this as an input switching device for your powered sound bar (or any other amp) then this switch is well within its current rating, and can be used to select any two input sources (line level).If used as a output selector to two speaker zones, then this switch is limited to amps of no more then about five watts or less.
Answered by: rudeross
Date published: 2013-01-05
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