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Eaton Toggle Switch: 3 Positions, 20 A @ 125V AC Switch Rating, 1 Poles, On-Off-On, SPDT Pole-Throw Configuration, Maintained, Silver

Item # 760U983

$3.66 Each

Product Specs

Number of Positions: 3
Switch Rating: 20 A @ 125V AC
Number of Poles: 1
Switch Function: On-Off-On
Pole-Throw Configuration: SPDT
Switch Action: Maintained
Termination Style: Tab Quick Connect
Number of Connections: 3
Illumination: Non-Illuminated
Horse Power: 3/4 hp @ 250V AC
Actuator Length: 0.68 in
Actuator Color: Silver
Actuator Material: Metal
Actuator Type: Bat Lever
Application: Telecommunications; Test Lab Equipment; Signaling and Comms; Rail Systems; Military Comms; Medical Equipment; Industrial Machinery; Household Appliances; Industrial Equipment; Commercial Equipment
Body Color: Brown
Body Material: Polymer
Body Style: Standard
Contact Material: Silver Alloy
Current: 20 A @ 125V AC; 10 A @ 277V AC; 15 A @ 28V DC
Current Type: AC
DC Current: 15 A @ 28V DC
Duty: Heavy Duty
Electrical Operating Life Cycles: 500,000
Environmental Resistance Properties: Corrosion Resistant
Features: Double Throw Type Switch
Flammability Rating: Not Rated
Hazardous Location: No
IP Rating: 40
Includes: (1) Panel Mounting
Maximum Operating Temperature: 65 ° C
Mechanical Operating Life Cycles: 500,000
Minimum Operating Temperature: -17 ° C
Mounting Hole Diameter: 0.5 in
Mounting Hole Diameter (Metric): 12.7 mm
Mounting Style: Panel
Overall Height: 1.79 in
Overall Length: 1.13 in
Overall Width: 0.63 in
RoHS Compliant: Yes
Specifications Met: cUL; UL Listed
Stem Color: Silver
Stem Diameter: 0.5 in
Stem Length: 0.5 in
Type: Heavy Duty
Voltage: 28V DC; 277V AC
Manufacturer Part Number: XTD2B1A

Compliance and Restrictions

Country Of Origin

  • Mexico

About Toggle Switches

Move the lever on a toggle switch to two or more positions to activate power to a device. Use them in a variety of devices such as aerial lifts, agriculture equipment, factory-floor controls, and medical instruments. Some switches have maintained action, where the knob stays in place when moved, and some switches have momentary action, where the knob returns back to its starting position with a spring-return mechanism.