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I had asked the question whether the on-off-on (dpdt) switch was 3 or 6 pin, and was told that it was 6. The switch has 3 PINS.
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The manuf. describes it as a single pole-on/on toggle switch. Since it is an on/on it would be a SPDT type switch.
No. These are not FAA Approved.