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2-Gang 6-Switch GE Replacement Low Voltage Switchplate Despard Set

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SPCD-1091-348-SET-GE
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Description

Replace a 6-switch low voltage GE light switch control panel for a 2-gang box featuring 24V 3A switches. The Legrand switches are compatible with vintage GE and Bryant 24V low voltage lighting systems. The new double stacked 6-switch wall plate set will give your room a fresh look. These specialty Despard trigger switches flip back and forth to control your low voltage relays. 

Features

  • this set fits a 2-gang box
  • set includes one 6-hole plate, two straps, and six low voltage light switches
  • plates fit wall boxes installed both vertically (screws top/bottom) or horizontally (screws left/right)
  • 6-switch plate has an enamel finish on .03" steel; ULC and UL listed plate made in USA
  • includes six Despard trigger switches (curved on sides, flat on top/bottom)
  • switches flip back and forth toward the flat sides / screw ends
  • switches: 3A, 24V AC/DC 3-wire easy-press switches with crimp connectors; made by Pass & Seymour in Mexico; use with copper or copper-clad wire only
  • switches can be wired in parallel to create 3-way switches so that local room switch and control panel switch will both control the room light fixture
  • 6-3/8" W x 4-1/2" H x 5/32" D
  • four matching slot head 5/16" mounting screws
  • switches are crimped to hold in straps that screw into the box; the switchplate screws into the outer set of holes on the straps

Q & A

Q. My electrical switch box is mounted with the screw holes on the sides. Will this set fit and function correctly?
A. Yes, this control station can be installed on boxes that are mounted in the traditional vertical direction or in the sideways direction that was more common in low voltage systems. The switches will work either way.
Q. Which direction do the switches flip?
A. It depends upon which way your wall box is installed. If the screws are on the left and right, then the screws flip left and right; if your screws are on the top and bottom, then the switches flip up and down.

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