We thought power corrupts, but it turns out otherwise. Power locks. You could put these in a car door, or think up something really kinetically clever. These brand new 12VDC door lock actuator assemblies draw 2.6A pushing or pulling with a 5/8" throw. Measures 6-3/8" overall, 3-3/4" from the tip to the right-angle gear motor, which extends 1-5/16" out from the 1-3/16" thick body. Top has a removable plastic ring, the shaft is covered by a rubber boot and the bottom has 7-1/2" leads with bullet connectors. Comes with an eight-hole 8-7/8" x 9/16" steel mounting bracket, a 8-3/4" rod and assorted screws and mounting hardware.
This panel-mount SPST toggle switch is rated at 125VAC 6A or 250VAC 3A and is prewired with 24” leads. Comes with a mating switch-plate, lock washer and nut. Shaft is 5/32” and housing measures 1/2” x 5/16” x 3/8”.
These large momentary SPDT push-button switches are rated 10A at 125/250VAC and are mounted to a 2-7/16"dia lens plate with a 1-1/8" long x 15/16 - 2 shaft that comes with a plastic washer and nut. There's also an internal 12V 3W replaceable indicator bulb. Needs 3" of rear clearance. You pick a red, green or yellow lens.
The correct answer is "I don't know; I've never toggled." If, however, you just want to turn something on and off, here's a choice of toggles for your switching delectation. The DPDT toggle is rated for up to 20A at 125VAC and has screw terminals below. Measures 1-1/4" x 1-3/4". No center-off position. The first DPST toggle is rated for 20A at 125VAC or 15A at 250VAC. Screw terminals on the bottom. Measures 1-5/16" x 3/4". The smaller SPDT toggle is rated for up to 4A at 125VAC or 2A at 250VAC. Has 3/16" spade terminals on the bottom and measures 1" X 9/16". All the toggles come with switch-plates and mounting nuts.
This 5-pin socket is already wired with 9" leads in black, red, white, yellow and blue to its quick-disconnect sockets, ready for your 1/4" or 7mm spade terminals. Housing is slotted so you can interlock them end to end. Measures 1-1/4" x 1-1/16" x 1" thick. Matches our 94746 relay.
This little (although we suppose that goes without saying) microswitch from Defond is rated for up to 6A at 125VAC or 3A at 250VAC, 1/3HP. The like-new takeout has both N/O and N/C contacts. Measures just under 13/16" x 7/16" x 1/4" with a 5/8" bat. UL.
Made for desktop PCs, these DPST latching pushbutton switches from Legion Electronics are rated for up to 10A at 125-250VAC. Measure 1-1/4" x 3/4" x 11/16" with a spring-loaded 5/8" plunger, (4) quick-disconnect terminals on the bottom and tapped 3/32" mounting holes on the sides. CSA.
These momentary SPST push-button switches are normally open and measure 11/16" dia x just over 3/16" thick and have a 15/32" shaft with a steel lock-washer & nut plus a pair of 1/8" solder terminals on the bottom. Rated 3A at 125VAC or 1A at 250VAC. You pick red, green or yellow.
And see the red light. This panel-mount SPST push-on/push-off switch from Molex is rated for 125V and has a neon indicator lamp. Measures 2-1/4" x 15/16" x 1/2" with 3/16" quick-disconnect terminals. The panel face is 1-5/16" x 1/2" with plastic wings to keep it in place. The button is marked "AEC." Two contacts for the switch; two contacts for the lamp (diagram included). Latching. UL/CSA. Made in the USA.
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