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- ItemNon-Illuminated Selector Switch
- Contact Form2NO
- Type of OperatorLever
- Operator Head MaterialPolyamide
- Contact Rating10A @ 600VAC
- Number of Directions3
- NEMA Rating1, 2, 3, 4, 4X, 12, 13
- IP Rating69K
- Switch Operation @ Position AXO
- Switch Operation @ Position BOO
- Switch Operation @ Position COX
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The aerators are run by three phase motors. Currently there is a timer that controls them but I would like a switch so that I can bypass the timer when needed while keeping the timer running and then easily switch back to the timer when I want without having to open the control box and mess with the timer.
Are there contact blocks available for this switch that would allow me to do that with 3 phase?
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