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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 03-16-2009, 04:25 PM Thread Starter
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Question Which switche do you like?

Can't decide which ones to order?

This one


These round rocker switches are aesthetically pleasing and compatible with a wide range of standard panel cutouts.

Qualified with several international approvals.

Illuminated DC voltage of 12V.

Materials: .187" silver plated brass terminals with a nylon frame (flammability rating: UL 94V-2).

Snap-in mounting design for easy installation into .795" diameter mounting hole.

Single pole: 10A/125V AC; 6A/250V AC, 10A/12V DC.

Additional terminals for LED illumination.

UL and CSA rated.

or this one


Square face, round hole rocker switches with LED illumination.

Dust resistant nylon housing (UL Flame: 94V-2) with backup nut design.

.250” Mounting tabs.

Rated at 20A/12V DC.

Recommended mounting hole: .500" diameter.

or these?


Aesthetically pleasing and compatible with a wide range of standard panel cutouts

Round rocker switches are qualified with several international approvals

Illumination voltage: DC = 12V

Materials: .187" silver plated brass terminals with a nylon frame (flammability rating: UL 94V-2)

Snap in mounting design for ease of installation into .79" diameter mounting hole

Specifications: 20A/12V DC

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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 03-16-2009, 04:45 PM
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I vote for the second switch Square face, round hole rocker switches with LED illumination.
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I kinda like the kind that have the silver toggle switch with the cover that rotates up. Kinda reminds me of those nuclear bomb switches you see in the movies.

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Those are cool, but kinda bulky. Want somthing a little smaller and low key like the one's i put up. If not I would go and get a bunch of those and have them stickered like the one's this guy sells. 12voltguy.com - Home

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I vote fo the second switch...

Dust resistant housing, and square outer plate might allow for minor drilling screwups if you are lining them up.
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Need water proof switches



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need waterproof switches
I agree.... been carwash sprayin' the crap out of mine for years.
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I vote for the first one
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post #9 of 11 (permalink) Old 03-19-2009, 10:15 AM
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My vote is for the second switch. I generally like things that have right angles on them.
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post #10 of 11 (permalink) Old 03-19-2009, 10:45 AM
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I vote second one

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