ONE-WAY (SINGLE-POLE) ELECTRICAL SWITCH
A one-way or single-pole electrical switch is the most common one in use. They are used to control lights, fans, or other devices from a single location. It has a simple ON and OFF marking. This is something you may not find on three-way or four-way switches. A single-pole or one-way electrical switch generally comes with two brass-colored screw terminals and is connected to the “hot” (current-carrying) wire, which is usually black. One of the brass terminals is for the incoming hot (current-carrying) wire, and the other terminal is for the outgoing hot (current-carrying) wire to the device. Most of the one-way switches also include a ground terminal for connecting the circuit’s ground wire. A one-way switch basically operates as a make or break switch. When it is turned ON, the two terminals are connected, and when it is turned OFF, the contact between the two is broken.
TWO-WAY (DOUBLE-POLE) ELECTRICAL SWITCH
DO NOT DISTURB SWITCH
LIGHT DIMMER / STEPLESS REGULATOR
BELL PUSH SWITCH
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