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METAL LEVER TOGGLE SWITCHES

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OFF-ONOFF-(ON)ON-ONON-OFF-ON(ON)-OFF-(ON)
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Overview

  • .25" TAB TERMINAL
  • 21 AMP at 12VDC
  • 9 AMP at 24VDC
  • 15 AMP at 125VAC
  • 1/2" panel hole size.


SINGLE POLE--12 VOLT 21 AMPS--HEAVY DUTY

HAS LEVER O' RING SEAL--SILVER CONTACTS
.687 INCH LEVER LENGTH--.500 INCH MOUNTING HOLE
.250 INCH TAB TERMINALS

DOUBLE POLE--12 VOLT 21 AMPS--HEAVY DUTY

HAS LEVER O' RING SEAL--SILVER CONTACTS
.687 INCH LEVER LENGTH--.500 INCH MOUNTING HOLE
.250 INCH TAB TERMINALS

Note: ( ) Refers to Momentary

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Reviews

Excellent switch.

Klaus T
October 17, 2019

Excellent switch.

Klaus T
July 12, 2019

How can you give anything but a 5 star rating to a $7.80 switch? So, I’ll use this opportunity to give Aircraft Spruce a 5 star rating in general. I have ordered many parts from them for my Cessna 150F (Plane Jane) and have always received the correct, quality part promptly. I have also appreciated being able to call them for assistance in choosing the correct product for my aircraft.

Donald S
January 21, 2019

On. Off. It does both! Does this mean it’s a multifunction switch? No worries. I put it in over a year ago and it’s worked flawlessly.

Don W
August 25, 2018

Very good switches

Andrii P
May 25, 2018

Be careful to install these switches without stressing the contacts. The rivets will become loose and the switch will be intermittent.

Del
April 29, 2015

Q&A

Q: How wide is the double pole version of this switch?

The width of the double pole switches is approximately 3/4".

Q: What is the difference in part numbers #12-202, #12-203, and #12-204?

These are all double pole switches. The difference is in the operation. () means momentary, so 12-202 is ON-ON, 12-203 is ON-OFF-ON, and 12-204 is (ON)-OFF-(ON).

Q: Are these single throw or double throw please?

There is a drop down selection box to first select if you want single pole or double pole, the second box is where you select the model, ie OFF-ON, OFF-(ON), etc

Q: Are these metal lever toggle switches FAA approved for certified aircraft?

No, for certified please consult with your local avionics shop.

Q: What is the difference between simple and double pole?

Single pole option is a switch that controls one path. A double pole switch is a single switch that controls two paths.

Q: Does the model 12-204 switch have .25 quick terminals ?

The model 12-204 has .26 Tab Terminals.

Q: Does the () parenthesis on part number 12-101 that the switch is only ON when holding in the ON position? By releasing does it go automatically into the OFF position? The idea is to use it for a primer and avoid to turn on the primer by activating the switch accidentally.

Correct, The () means the momentary position. The 12-101 is an OFF-(ON) switch. The lever stays in the off position unless it is toggled to the opposite position, and will return to the off position once it is released.

Q: Are these switches PMAded for certified aircraft?

No, these switches do not have FAA Approval.

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