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3Dman 15A 250V Rocker Switch Power Socket Inlet Module Plug 5A Fuse Switch

3 Pin Ixc320 C14, High Speed, 20 Awg Wiring, This Power Socket Switch, A Wide Area, This Rocker Switch, 3Dman 15A 250V Rocker Switch Power Socket Inlet Module Plug 5A Fuse Switch

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Created with Raphaël 2.1.29.2010
H&F Rating 52 reviews
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What We Like

  • Comes with a power socket switch that makes it easy to install
  • Features a rocker switch that displays power status
  • Widely used for computers, home appliances, and small DIY projects on power supply distribution and control

Disadvantages

  • One side of fuse may generate excessive heat

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9.22 out of 10, based on these 9 factors:

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  • What buyers say about 3Dman 15A 250V Rocker Switch Power Socket Inlet Module Plug 5A Fuse Switch


    The new Creality switch feels better than the old one, because of the simplified wiring design and the screw holes on the top and bottom of the faceplate.


    The newer 3 wire version of the power sockets had 3 wires with spade connections, but the 2 of them were tight fitting, and one of them was slightly loose, but that was easily fixed with some pliers.


    I had to map the wire colors to find the one that was a high quality switch.


    The tiny DPST switches that are used on my 3d printers are not designed to handle the current that my printers need.


    It's not a big deal if the markings aren't hidden by the connectors, as it's easy to verify with a multi-meter.

    Common Questions

    Q:

    Is there a drawing with dimensions for this part?

    A:

    I don't know, but I might want to look online.

    Q:

    I don't know if this will work for my arcade power supply, someone said they used it for 1up arcade.

    A:

    If you only have one input, you should change the fuse to the rating recommended for the power supply.

    Q:

    I've heard that the light on the switch doesn't work with 120v, so does it light up for 120v?

    A:

    My work is fine at 120 volts.

    Q:

    Is it possible to use a higher Amps fuse in place of the included 5 Amps fuse?

    A:

    The rocker switch has a 9 Amp fuse on 125 VAC for safety factor.

    Q:

    What is the size post of the spade terminals that end the user end of the wire?

    A:

    I don't know what the AWG is, but I believe it's 16 ga. based on the fuse (10 amperes).

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