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About 10A 1 Gang 2 Way Switch

Oct 14,2022 / BY DEVELOPERS
This high-quality 10A 1 Gang 2 Way Switch is made of environmentally-friendly high-grade polycarbonate material. This switch also features High Quality Silver Alloy construction, which exhibits outstanding performance against electric arc. It also features multiple connections, including the L1 and L2 terminals.

COM terminal
A two-way switch is a device that allows you to control the lights on or off from either of two switches. Typically, one switch has an L1 terminal and the other switch has a COM terminal. A two-way switch works when both switches control the same light bulb. These devices typically have the same plastic casing.
There are two types of two-way switches: the one with three terminals and the one with four. The first is a two-wire control switch. This type is mostly found in older homes and industrial settings. It has two COM terminals, one connected to the phase of the electricity and the other connected to the neutral AC supply. This type of switch operates like an EX-NOR gate in digital electronics.
A two-way switch is also called a double switch or dual rocker switch. A double switch combines two switches into one, and the diagram below shows the different wiring for each circuit. The diagram also shows how the two switches are wired to control different loads. The COM terminal controls L1 in one position, and L2 controls the other.
When you buy a two-way switch, make sure you know the type of switch you need. If you're not sure, it's best to buy a pair of two-way switches and use one in each. You can also make a one-way switch by connecting one terminal to the common terminal. The two-way switch is the most common type of switch.
L1 terminal
There are two different terminals on a 1 gang 2 way switch: the L1 and the L2. The L1 terminal is used for one-way switching, while the L2 terminal is used for two-way switching. Both terminals are connected to the same circuit and receive power from the same source.
To connect a switch, connect the wires that are common to both switches. These are usually black or copper. Next, connect the red wire to the upper terminal of each switch. You can connect the wires to the left or right upper terminal, but make sure to connect the wires to the same location on both switches.
Two-way switches generally have three terminals. One terminal is marked "COM" and the other two are labeled "L1." L1 is used for one-way switching and L2 is used for two-way switching. They have the same plastic casing, but different manufacturers may label them differently.
Two-way switches are used for lighting or other electrical components that can be controlled from two places. The two terminals of the two-way switch are connected through a wire, and the operation of either switch controls the lamp. In some cases, the L1 terminal is connected to the COM terminal in one position while the L2 terminal is connected to the L2 terminal in the other position.
L2 terminal
A two-way switch can help you switch a load on or off from two locations. These switches have two terminals: the common terminal and the traveler terminal. If you suspect that either of these terminals is not properly connected, use a continuity tester to verify. When these connections are in good order, you should be able to use the switch.
One way to tell whether a two-way switch is the right one for your needs is to measure the distance between its terminals. Some two-way switches are labeled in terms of gangs, while others are labeled by position. If you have a two-way switch with four gangs, the L terminal is the third one. You can label the second terminal as the common or the L1 terminal.
A two-way switch is similar to a single-way switch, except that it has two terminals, which are called L1 and L2. They are connected by electrical wire. The second terminal is connected to the end of a light bulb, while the first is connected to the AC supply line's neutral terminal. Toggling the switch will toggle the light on and off.
The L2 terminal is commonly found on single-gang light switches, but it's not the only one. There are also three-way switches that have an L2 terminal. These switches usually have plastic casings. Depending on the manufacturer, the terminals may be labeled C, L1, and L2. The C terminal connects to the bulb terminal, while the L2 terminal connects to the AC supply neutral.

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