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Want to install one of these Toggle Switches? A toggle switch is an electrical component that controls the flow of electricity through a circuit by means of a mechanical lever that is manually controlled. There’s several varieties of toggle switches, but basically, they’re essentially on-off switches for whatever circuit they’re wired to. Usually, toggle switches […]

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Wiring a 4 Pin lighted rocker switch, depends on the type of rocker switch.  We have these two Rocker Switches, with technical information: https://www.oznium.com/switches/rocker-switch#tech https://www.oznium.com/switches/momentary-rocker#tech Just remember, whenever you come across a part with unknown connections, the first thing to do is look for the datasheet! If you don’t understand the pinout from the datasheet, then […]

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There’s a couple of sections to the lighting laws in the US: SECTION 56-5-4830. Special restrictions on lamps; degree of intensity; red, blue and flashing lights. [SC ST SEC 56-5-4830] SECTION 56-5-4840. Selling or using devices or equipment to change design or performance of lamps or reflectors. [SC ST SEC 56-5-4840] SECTION 56-5-4530. Illumination of […]

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What are the Massachusetts Lighting Laws? Lights on Privately Owned Vehicles: “Section 7E. No motor vehicle operated pursuant to section seven other than fire apparatus, ambulances, school buses, vehicles specified in section seven D used for transporting school children, and vehicles specified in section seven I shall mount or display a flashing, rotating or oscillating […]

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Buy these On/Off switches from Oznium. We have a variety of switches, rocker switches, toggle switches and more. Black Anti Vandal Toggle Switch (mounts in 16mm or 19mm hole) LED Round Rocker Switch (The recommended mounting hole diameter for our LED Round Rocker Switches is 3/4″) Our Rocker Switches are available in: – Plain/Regular (No LED. Does not […]

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LEDs have a long life, they consume very little energy, and they have a super fast response time to full brightness. LEDs last a long time Typical LEDs have a life expectancy of 100,000 hours. That’s 11.4 years of continuous, non-stop use. A normal incandescent bulb costs 99 cents while a replacement LED bulb costs […]

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