Switch Socket

A switch can “make” and “break” an electrical circuit. In addition, it can interrupt the current and divert it from one conductor to another. Moreover, the mechanism of a switch can remove or restore the conducting path in a circuit. In fact, it also can operate manually. Furthermore, a switch can have one or more sets of contacts, which may operate simultaneously, sequentially, or alternately.

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