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Antique Style Low Voltage Dual Momentary Push Button Switches

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Old-fashioned reproduction push-button dual momentary light switch. Keep the architectural look and feel of American homes built in the first half of the last century with this authentic reproduction momentary-on 12 volt pulse switch that clicks when pushed on or off. Fits in a push button switch plate. Can be used with computer-controlled lighting systems or with garage door openers, and is often used with-under cabinet lighting.


  • Two separate momentary switches on one housing for controlling two devices
  • Switches are low voltage dual momentary switches with knobs spaced 0.963" apart on centers
  • Switch is 7/8" W x 3-5/8" H x 1-1/4" deep
  • Button's diameter is 1/2"
  • Each switch sends a pulse signal when you push it in to make momentary contact
  • Note: Switch is not designed for applications where you must hold the switch down to keep the lights on, blinds moving, etc.
  • Both switches click on and off when pushed
  • Electronic low voltage 12 volt, 2 wire momentary switch; each of the dual buttons sends a pulse 12 volt signal
  • Switches have pearlized inlay in both buttons
  • Can be used with both existing and new wiring
  • Fits standard electrical boxes; mounting hardware is included for installation
  • Manufactured in Taiwan; 1-year warranty
  • For use with incandescent lights only; cannot be used with a ceiling fan or fluorescent fixture
  • Should work with a 3V or 5V circuit
  • NOT a replacement for GE, Bryant, Sierra, Pyramid, Remcon or Touch Plate low voltage switches

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Q & A

Q. Can I use this CLA-S90SPC dual momentary switch with line voltage?
A. No. This switch is for use in 12V low voltage systems that require a pulse signal. Q. Can I use this switch with a computer controller?
A. The CLA-S90SPC is a dual momentary switch that sends a momentary signal to a controlling unit (computer controlled lighting). We recommend testing one to determine if it would work with your particular system. (It works like a garage door opener where you touch it momentarily to send a pulse signal to start the process.)

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