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Ancor Illuminated Rocker Switch
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Ancor Rocker Switch
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Ancor Illuminated Rocker Switch Customer Questions and Answers

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Is this switch black or grey?

Asked on 08/26/2013 by Undisclosed

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It is black.

Answered on 10/17/2013 by MICHAEL CLAUDON
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Black

Answered on 09/21/2013 by PAUL BEENE

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Black.

Answered on 10/16/2013 by MICHAEL CLAUDON

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This switch is black

Answered on 09/06/2013 by STEVE WALK

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The switch that i received is BLACK

Answered on 09/26/2013 by JOHN MANN
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Which switch to I need for my Anchor windless at the helm station? Currently I have "on momentary (up) - off - on momemtary (down)". Do you suppose this is single or double pole?

Asked on 07/07/2013 by Steve McFaul

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if controlling only 1 accessory (your windless), that is a single pole. and since you need to power the 'up' control and the 'down' control separately, that is a double throw. You need a SPDT switch, with the on controls to function momentarily, the product description will have (on) in parenthesis to designate a momentary function.

Answered on 05/03/2017 by keot
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I would say double pole

Answered on 09/02/2013 by STEVEN RINGER

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Sorry but I am not sure,I ordered this for a friend and he is on vacation now or I would ssk him...Sorry..:(

Answered on 07/09/2013 by CORINNE PUDWILL

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My Anchor windless came with a switch. It is single pole.

Answered on 07/08/2013 by JOHN LAIN
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what is on-off momentary-on, vs just on - off switch? thanks

Asked on 06/06/2013 by Jim Whelan

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No difference as regards on and off. Momentary on means the switch sends power to the device only as long as the switch is manually held in that position. Many bilge pumps are wired with three-position switches: automatic, off, and "on." But the bump runs only as long as the toggle is manually held in the "on" position because "on" really means momentary on.

Answered on 07/19/2013 by MICHAEL CLAUDON
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momentary switches require you to manually press/hold the switch in the on position to close the circuit. i.e. a spring will pop it open again when you release the switch.

Answered on 06/11/2013 by CHRIS CARMODY

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You have to press the switch and hold it to the on position, as soon as you let up it is spring loaded back to the off position. Hope this helps.

Answered on 06/06/2013 by JOSEPH AVERSA
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What is the current capacity (amps) at 12 VDC for the 554038?

Asked on 04/20/2016 by Undisclosed

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Rated at 20 amp at 12 VDC

Answered on 04/20/2016 by Rick White
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how many termainls does it have?

Asked on 05/21/2014 by Undisclosed

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There are different switches spst, didn't etc

Answered on 06/22/2014 by STEVEN RINGER
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what are the dimension for this rocker switch?

Asked on 02/16/2013 by Undisclosed

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1.933" high / .940" wide / 1.550" deep

Answered on 03/05/2013 by BRIAN PERRY
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I have a 1997 Ebbtide deck boat with this type of rocker switches on the helm control panel. The actual switch cover is made of a type of rubber. This rubber has gotten old, therefore soft and sticky (literally comes off on your finger when you touch them). Question: Is the cover (part you touch/toggle) available or do you have to buy the entire switch?

Asked on 10/16/2011 by Undisclosed

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We do not have this item listed.

Answered on 10/17/2011 by Ryan L
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