Category : Standard Switching

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Standard Electrical Switching

Brian Corbett 23 Apr 2018 1 Views no comments Standard Switching, Uncategorized

In 1879 when Thomas Edison invented the first light bulb, it’s hard to say whether he’d had any idea how very basic a part of every modern home that lights would be, here some 140 years later. We all have them, and although they tend to all look the same once the faceplate is on, […]

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Standard Single Pole Electrical Switch

Brian Corbett 23 Apr 2018 0 Views no comments Electrical, Standard Switching

  The single pole switch is the most common “general workhorse” of electrical switches. It very simply turns an electrical load (light, device, etc…) on or off from a single location. There are only two terminals, one to receive the “hot wire”, or black power, and the other is for the outgoing hot wire to […]

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