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Product overview

• A small push locking switch featuring a white cap and plunger
• Switch small loads such as lighting circuits
• Ideal to repair or to add a switch an existing lamp
• Two screw terminals to secure the wires

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good switch Good solid little switch with a confident action - feels durable.
Date published: 2017-02-18
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Panel Cut Out:

10 mmmm

Dimensions & Weight



I need a switch which I can fit in a narrow channel, so the wires must enter either at the ends or on the underside. When fitted, there will be no clearance at the sides to accommodate wires. Will this product be suitable.

Asked by: Raymond
You'll need clearance on one side for wires.
Answered by: Ciaran
Date published: 2016-08-28

I think you need to edit your spec sheet for this switch. No WAY is it designed to handle 10A!!! I would suggest that 1A would be about all it is capable of handling.

Asked by: Bill
Specifications Rating Colour Switch Action Operating Force Dielectric Intensity Contact Resistance Mechanical Life Insulate Resistance Operating Temperature AB-TL-701 10A/250VAC 20A/125VAC White SPST latching on-off 8±1.5N ≥1500V AC/min ≤50MΩ 6VDC 20,000 cycles ≥100MΩ -25°C~85°C
Answered by: Darren
Date published: 2016-08-14

Is this a push on/push off switch?

Asked by: brian
This is a locking switch so will need to be pressed to switch on or off.
Answered by: Gareth
Date published: 2017-01-30
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