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SPST Miniature Rocker Switch
What T rating are these switches (and i don't even know what the T is for) mine is T125 10(6)A 250vac. Dimensions are same
This switch uses the same power ratings, there is no T rating that I am aware of. The T125 on your switch indicates 125 VAC, the 10(6)A indicates a 10 amp rating when used with 125 VAC and 6 amp rating when used with a 250 VAC source.
Date published: 2015-06-10
the mini switchs in my rv measure 7/16 by 11/16 r these same as yours ?
No, this model measured in inches would be 3/4" by 1/2".
Date published: 2015-04-30
can i connect this to a 24volt 12ah battery?
This switch is not rated for DC voltage at all. A DC switch is usually more heavy duty as the current is more of a constant continuous flow and it is harder on the contacts.
Date published: 2014-04-11
What are the cutout dimensions? These are usually a little different than the overall housing dimensions.
The cutout for this switch is 18.4mm x 12.9mm.
Date published: 2014-04-04
Power for leds?
Can it be soldered to a resistor, power adapter, and several leds to turn them on and off?
The resistors would be wired with each LED but this can be used in line with the power supply as long as it is within the power rating of the switch.
Date published: 2013-09-05
Compatibility with Frigidaire oven light switch
This is probably a stupid question but I just want to be certain before I order this switch. The rating on the Frigidaire switch is 8A 125VAC and 4A 250VAC so I assume this switch would be OK to use in this application? I know I can enlarge the hole length opening a smidge with my dremel tool(the width is exactly the same) to make it fit but I'm more concerned with amperage rating? Even with shipping costs this PE switch is half the shipped price of the overpriced Frigidaire part. Thanks!
Yes this switch will work fine for the application.
Date published: 2013-03-07