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30A Double Pole, Double Throw Switch, Ivory

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Double-Pole, Double-Throw Switch, 30A, 120/277V.
Color Ivory
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Features

  • Oversize silver alloy contacts for long life and better heat dissipation.
  • Side wired terminals accept #14 - #10 AWG copper or copper-clad conductors.
  • Fiber terminal insulation barriers standard.
  • Can be mounted in standard device boxes or in NEMA 1 sheet steel enclosures.
  • Bodies, covers, and toggles molded of durable nylon.
  • Single Pole-Double Throw and Double Pole-Double Throw.
  • Locking Switches supplied with one 1498-NT key.
  • Normally open.
  • For covering patents, see https://www.legrand.us/patents.
  • For compatible wall plate options, from our TradeMaster unbreakable plates to our radiant screwless plates to our metal wall plates, visit www.legrand.us/electrical-wiring-devices/wall-plates.

Specifications

General Info
Product Line Pass & Seymour
Color Ivory
UPC Number 785007122817
Country Of Origin Mexico
Standard UL listed
Dimensions
Product Width US 1.5 in
Product Depth US 1.469 in
Product Height US 3.281 in
Listing Agencies / 3rd Party Agencies
CSA Listed Yes
cULus ListedĀ  Yes
CSA File NumberĀ  17949
Technical Information
Actuator Toggle
Amperage 30 A
Voltage 120.0 V

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Questions & Answers

Legrand Pass Seymour 1228I Manual Controller 30A IVORY Maintained Contact DPDT... Would like to use this on two different LED lights (at different times) and would like to know if it will work for that

Asked by: Mikle
Yes, this DPDT (Center Off) switch would work for you application, but it is likely overkill for that application. A SPDT (Center Off) switch is cheaper and would also work as long as each of the 2 lights uses only one 120V hotleg (not 240V via 2 hotlegs in which case you WOULD need the DPDT Center Off type). Additionally, this switch can handle 30 amps. Comparable 15 amp and 20 amp switches are cheaper.
Answered by: Toolguy1
Date published: 2023-08-18
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