3 amp 24 volt A.C. low voltage red pilot switch has separate on / off buttons with a black housing that shows along the edge. Works as replacements for light switches in General Electric low volt systems as well as those by Bryant and Sierra Electric found in houses built during the 1950's, 1960's and 1970's. Eye-catching red switch helps alert you when lights and equipment are still on. Fits two types of wallplates - the new style low volt switchplates (no strap needed) and bracket mount switchplates (vertically mounts using brackets).
- RS238P rated 3A 24 V.A.C. (3 amps 24 volt alternating current momentary contact switch with 0.04 amp, 28 VAC lamp)
- UL listed
- 2-button pilot lighted switches; lighted when ON (in use). Black dot on red button is the "ON" button
- each switch supplied with five 0.187" quick disconnect terminals on back
- lamps are rated at 50,000 hours when using half-wave rectified power supply, not replaceable
- replaces the discontinued GE RFS-6 series switches in Bryant and GE low voltage wiring systems; works in Sierra Electric systems, too
- note: switch is slightly larger and thicker than original devices; requires a switch plate with a slightly larger opening
- American made by General Electric
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