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Rotary Switch, SP3T, 4 Connections

CARLING TECHNOLOGIES

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  • Item # 4X087
  • Mfr. Model # 700-BL
  • UNSPSC # 39121513
  • Catalog Page # 400
  • Shipping Weight 0.05 lbs.
Country of Origin MexicoCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemRotary Switch
  • Contact FormSP3T
  • Number of Connections4
  • Switch FunctionOff/On/On/On
  • TerminalsSolder Lug
  • Mounting Hole15/32"
  • AC Contact Rating4A @ 125VAC
  • DC Contact Rating1A @ 125V
  • Stem Length0.46"
  • Stem Dia. and Thread Size15/32-32 UNS
  • Operating Temp. Range32 Degrees to 185 Degrees F
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Panel-Mount Switches
Applications include electric motors, appliances, power tools, light fixtures, and instruments.
C-UL Recognized and CSA Certified.
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This switch does not have any spring-loaded "Momentary" action. It is a maintained switch only: the position it is manually moved to, is where it stays.

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Fasco --- M.# D1139
0.9 amps. . . 115 v. . . . 1/50 HP

Below is how I think it would be wired . . .

1 grnd wire --supply cord to motor
1 neutral --supply cord to motor
1 hot wire -- to switch . . . switch to motor
1 "low" wire --to switch
1"med" wire --to switch
1"high" wire --to switch
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According to the manufacturer, this switch has three on positions. This switch has a 4A 125VAC rating; it is not horsepower rated.

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I’m not an electrician or an electronics tech, so I don’t know if I’m using the proper terminology. I have a three-speed oscillating table fan that operated by a remote. Inside the fan is an “electronic motherboard” that died and needs to be removed. Connected to the “board” are four wires: red, blue, brown & black. The bottom of the fan says: “120v, 60Hz 0.7A, AC ONLY, Suitable for use with solid-state speed control”. Is this the correct switch to operate the fan’s: on/off; speed 1; speed 2; and speed 3? And if so, which wires connect where on the switch? (The size of the mounting hole is not important to me, I’ll just drill the right size hole.) Thanks.
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This switch does have a 4 amp rating and 3 on positions, but is not a solid state switch. Without more information on the fan, we do not have the ability to decipher the wire colors, unfortunately.

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