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This switch is a DPST center off (on-off-on) allows you to alternately turn on two separate devices -Splash proof front and back. #SWBLK4 -Waterproof Rocker Switch –DPST center off -Nylon threaded switch housing mount in a 1-1/8” hole. Can be mounted in panels or dashboards up to 1-1/4” thick with the retaining nut and in panels of unlimited thickness with the mounting plate. -12 volt operation: Rated for 16 amps at 12 volts. -IP rating 63 -Has male ¼” crimp style disconnect terminals. -Three wire connection: ON- Common-ON -Repairable replaceable switch. Can be removed from the housing front. -See our other listings for illuminate and non illuminated SPST switch, key switch, DPST switch.

Splash proof Rocker Toggle Switch SPDT Center Off Boat RV Carava

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