|W33S2N1Q series breakers are two pole rocker actuated. Pole 1 is switch only, pole 2 is series trip overload sensing. These breakers are non-lighted with white rocker. W33S4B1Q series breakers are also two pole rocker actuated. Pole 1 is switch only, pole 2 is series trip overload sensing. These breakers feature 20 AMP max. switch and amber plastic rockers|
This is being used to disconnect and protect a Dynon autopilot servo. Have not caused this to trip do to short so not 100% sure if it works. Switch operates smoothly with a positive click when switched on and off. I had to verify with an ohm meter which was on and off before installing. If the Rocker Breaker had the trip amperage printed on the rocker it would be a 5 star product.
My RV6 was built with a row of these that are slowly failing one by one. The replacement for the first failure lasted less than three months. I would appreciate the exact dimensions as listed by the mfgr so I can find another option that is the same size.
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Yes, there is a positive click when position is switched.