Switches • Toggle Switches

A toggle switch is a type of electrical switch that utilizes a mechanical lever handle or rocking mechanism. The majority of toggle switches are designed to provide simultaneous actuation of multiple electrical contacts, or to control large amounts of electric current.Industrial toggle switches are available with one to four poles and typically feature an amp rating ranging from 2 amps to 10 amps. Depending on model, toggle switches can feature an insulated lever and bushing, a metal level and insulated lever, a plastic paddle, an insulated lever, or metal housing.One disadvantage of a toggle switch is the lever that juts from the actual switch, as this lever may become stiff and harder to use.

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