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Locking: A plug with curved blades that locks in a mating receptacle when inserted and turned clockwise, but can be removed only after being turned counterclockwise Locking plugs are used to power heavy-duty portable industrial electrical equipment
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WIRE, CABLE, AND CIRCUIT COMPONENTS
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Pin-and-sleeve: A heavy-duty, industrial-grade connector system with round pin- or sleeve-type contacts for connecting high-voltage power to machines and equipment Straight-blade, nonlocking: A plug with two straight blades and a prong or three straight blades that mates with a compatible receptacle The plug can be inserted easily and then removed easily by reversing the insertion motion
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AC/DC: A switch marked to show that it is capable of switching either AC or DC AC only: A switch marked to show that it should be used only for switching AC Dimmer, fan control: A switch-and-dimmer combination for controlling ceiling fan speed Similar in appearance to an incandescent lamp dimmer, it can have similar actuators Dimmer, fluorescent: A switch-and-dimmer combination for use with specific ballasts for dimming standard fluorescent lamps Similar in appearance to an incandescent lamp dimmer, it can have similar actuators Dimmer, incandescent: A switch-and-dimmer combination containing a triac for controlling incandescent lamp illumination level by modifying or chopping the input AC to reduce current and power to the load It can have any of various actuators such as a knob, toggle, or slide lever It should not be used to control fluorescent lamps or fan speed Double-pole, double-throw (DPDT): A switch that makes or breaks the connection between two conductors to two separate circuits simultaneously Double-pole, single-throw (DPST): A switch that makes or breaks the connection of two conductors in a single branch circuit Feed-through (or feed-thru): An in-line switch that can be inserted at any place along the length of a flexible line cord or cable to control a load Four-way: A switch installed between pairs of three-way switches to control one electrical load from three or more locations It has no ON/OFF marking Horsepower-rated: A switch such as a manual motor controller that is marked with a maximum horsepower rating Lighted handle: A switch with a lamp or LED light source in its actuator (pushbutton, toggle, or rocker) that is illuminated when the switch is connected to an energized circuit and the actuator is in the OFF position Low-voltage switch: A switch for controlling circuits carrying 50 V AC or less Manual motor controller: A switch for controlling small integral horsepower motors that do not have overload protection
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Momentary contact: A switch that makes the circuit only as long as it is depressed in the ON position When released a spring breaks the contact and returns the switch to the OFF position Pilot light: A switch with an incandescent or LED light source in its actuator (pushbutton, toggle, or rocker) that is illuminated when the switch is connected to an energized circuit and the actuator is in the ON position Pushbutton: A switch that makes or breaks a circuit when its button is depressed Rocker: A switch with a pivoting rocker actuator that makes or breaks the circuit when one side or the other is depressed Its action is similar to that of a toggle switch Rotary: A switch with a rotary actuating mechanism that conventionally closes (makes) the circuit when the handle or knob is turned clockwise and breaks it when it is either turned another step clockwise or is reversed counterclockwise Single-pole, double-throw (SPDT): A switch that makes or breaks the circuit between a single conductor and a pair of conductors; It is also called a three-way switch Single-pole, single-throw (SPST): A simple ON/OFF switch that makes or breaks the circuit between two conductors; also called a single-pole switch Slide: A simple ON/OFF switch that makes or breaks the circuit between two single conductors by sliding its actuator to its alternate position Three-way: A switch that, when paired with another three-way switch, can control one electrical load from two locations It has no ON/OFF marking Time delay: A switch capable of turning a load off at the end of a set time period Timer: A switch that includes a timer which can be set to turn an electrical load off at preset times Toggle: A switch with an actuating lever that makes or breaks the circuit when its actuator is snapped to up or down Its action is similar to that of a rocker switch
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