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ESUPPORT Car Marine Blue LED Toggle Switch Dash 4pin Pack of 5
ESUPPORT Car Marine Blue LED Toggle Switch Dash 4pin Pack of 5
ESUPPORT Car Marine Blue LED Toggle Switch Dash 4pin Pack of 5
ESUPPORT Car Marine Blue LED Toggle Switch Dash 4pin Pack of 5
ESUPPORT Car Marine Blue LED Toggle Switch Dash 4pin Pack of 5
ESUPPORT Car Marine Blue LED Toggle Switch Dash 4pin Pack of 5
ESUPPORT Car Marine Blue LED Toggle Switch Dash 4pin Pack of 5
ESUPPORT Car Marine Blue LED Toggle Switch Dash 4pin Pack of 5

ESUPPORT Car Marine Blue LED Toggle Switch Dash 4pin Pack of 5

ESUPPORT Car Marine Blue LED Toggle Switch Dash 4pin Pack of 5
ESUPPORT Car Marine Blue LED Toggle Switch Dash 4pin Pack of 5
ESUPPORT Car Marine Blue LED Toggle Switch Dash 4pin Pack of 5
ESUPPORT Car Marine Blue LED Toggle Switch Dash 4pin Pack of 5
ESUPPORT Car Marine Blue LED Toggle Switch Dash 4pin Pack of 5
ESUPPORT Car Marine Blue LED Toggle Switch Dash 4pin Pack of 5
ESUPPORT Car Marine Blue LED Toggle Switch Dash 4pin Pack of 5
ESUPPORT Car Marine Blue LED Toggle Switch Dash 4pin Pack of 5
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Features

  • Rating:12V 20A , 24V 10A
  • 4 PINS WITH LED lamp , ON /OFF
  • Universal fitting, will fit most cars
  • LED light switch, Dashboard switch
  • Black hard surface rocker

Description

1.ON - OFF switch 2.Black hard surface rocker. 3.Rate: 20A 12V or 10A 24V 4.Color: Black 5.Size (L x W x T): 50 x 44 x 20 mm 6.You are bidding on one brand new Rocker Switch On/Off 20 Amp 12 Volt with Blue Light. 7.This switch has many different uses. It is commonly used for off road and marine vehicles. Package Include: 5 x Blue LED Switch Maximum continuous duty: AC 125V/10A ,12V/20A,24V/10A The maximum load and time: DC 12V /23A 24V 11.5A 5 seconds /1time can continuous 30 times Max voltage: 30V Mix voltage: 3V Breaking load contact: Max AC 1500V 1 time Operating period:5 seconds /1 time Life cycle without load: 20,000 times Full life cycle: 10,000 hours Working voltage range: + 30K


Manufacturer ESUPPORT


Brand ESUPPORT


Item Weight 4.5 ounces


Package Dimensions 7.83 x 5.91 x 2.28 inches


Item model number CXCP180B


Manufacturer Part Number CXCP180B


Bulb Type Led


Voltage 12 volts


ASIN B00VV2JMEG


Customer Reviews 3.9 out of 5 stars 368 ratings 3.9 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #25,616 in Automotive (See Top 100 in Automotive) #92 in Automotive Replacement Toggle Switches


Date First Available April 9, 2015


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Features

  • Rating:12V 20A , 24V 10A
  • 4 PINS WITH LED lamp , ON /OFF
  • Universal fitting, will fit most cars
  • LED light switch, Dashboard switch
  • Black hard surface rocker

Description

1.ON - OFF switch 2.Black hard surface rocker. 3.Rate: 20A 12V or 10A 24V 4.Color: Black 5.Size (L x W x T): 50 x 44 x 20 mm 6.You are bidding on one brand new Rocker Switch On/Off 20 Amp 12 Volt with Blue Light. 7.This switch has many different uses. It is commonly used for off road and marine vehicles. Package Include: 5 x Blue LED Switch Maximum continuous duty: AC 125V/10A ,12V/20A,24V/10A The maximum load and time: DC 12V /23A 24V 11.5A 5 seconds /1time can continuous 30 times Max voltage: 30V Mix voltage: 3V Breaking load contact: Max AC 1500V 1 time Operating period:5 seconds /1 time Life cycle without load: 20,000 times Full life cycle: 10,000 hours Working voltage range: + 30K


Manufacturer ESUPPORT


Brand ESUPPORT


Item Weight 4.5 ounces


Package Dimensions 7.83 x 5.91 x 2.28 inches


Item model number CXCP180B


Manufacturer Part Number CXCP180B


Bulb Type Led


Voltage 12 volts


ASIN B00VV2JMEG


Customer Reviews 3.9 out of 5 stars 368 ratings 3.9 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #25,616 in Automotive (See Top 100 in Automotive) #92 in Automotive Replacement Toggle Switches


Date First Available April 9, 2015


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Features

  • Rating:12V 20A , 24V 10A
  • 4 PINS WITH LED lamp , ON /OFF
  • Universal fitting, will fit most cars
  • LED light switch, Dashboard switch
  • Black hard surface rocker

Description

1.ON - OFF switch 2.Black hard surface rocker. 3.Rate: 20A 12V or 10A 24V 4.Color: Black 5.Size (L x W x T): 50 x 44 x 20 mm 6.You are bidding on one brand new Rocker Switch On/Off 20 Amp 12 Volt with Blue Light. 7.This switch has many different uses. It is commonly used for off road and marine vehicles. Package Include: 5 x Blue LED Switch Maximum continuous duty: AC 125V/10A ,12V/20A,24V/10A The maximum load and time: DC 12V /23A 24V 11.5A 5 seconds /1time can continuous 30 times Max voltage: 30V Mix voltage: 3V Breaking load contact: Max AC 1500V 1 time Operating period:5 seconds /1 time Life cycle without load: 20,000 times Full life cycle: 10,000 hours Working voltage range: + 30K


Manufacturer ESUPPORT


Brand ESUPPORT


Item Weight 4.5 ounces


Package Dimensions 7.83 x 5.91 x 2.28 inches


Item model number CXCP180B


Manufacturer Part Number CXCP180B


Bulb Type Led


Voltage 12 volts


ASIN B00VV2JMEG


Customer Reviews 3.9 out of 5 stars 368 ratings 3.9 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #25,616 in Automotive (See Top 100 in Automotive) #92 in Automotive Replacement Toggle Switches


Date First Available April 9, 2015


abunda_amazon_reviews Switches worked fine. Looking at the back of the switch with the two unused pin slots oriented to the top, the pins on the left are for the power, and the pins on the right are grounds for the pilot light. The upper left pin is line or power in, the lower left pin is line out to the device being controlled by the switch. The pilot light takes its power from the upper left pin and the upper right pin is an unswitched ground for the pilot light and when grounded the pilot light is always on when power is available at the upper left (line in) pin. The lower right pin, if grounded, turns on the pilot light when the device is switched on. If neither right pin is grounded, the pilot light never comes on and the switch functions as a unlighted single pole switch. You would not connect both right pins to ground.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 27, 2015;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Switches worked fine. Looking at the back of the switch with ...;;wesnospam;;;Good value. Functional. The switches arrived in a clear plastic bulk bag without instructions or pin-out information. They are 20 amp 12 volt stitches commonly used on autos, boats and outdoor sport vehicles. You use standard size female blade crimp type connectors, they can be uninsulated connectors because the blade connectors had molded plastic shielding walls dividing/between each blade connector. As viewed from the rear, there are four (4) standard size flat blade (male) connectors on the rear of the switch allowing on-off function with, or without, use of a blue LED pilot light on the front of the rocker switch. The LED can be used as a power on, or device on indicator, or omitted (not used AKA a simple on-off switch) . Looking at the switch with the two (2) blank positions oriented at the top (as in some of the the Amazon vendor item photos), the pins on the LEFT side are for the power in/out, and the pins on the RIGHT side are grounds for the blue LED pilot light. In below instruction set, the UPPER LEFT pin is used as a line or power in, the LOWER LEFT is used as line out or power out to the accessory/device being controlled by the switch. 1) If you want to use the switch only as an on-off switch without the LED pilot light, only use the two LEFT-hand terminals 2) If you want the LED illuminate and function as a "accessory power on" (LED illuminated), ground the UPPER-RIGHT-side blade connector and the LED will come on only when the switch is closed (on) and the accessory is powered/on. Do NOT use the LOWER-RIGHT right terminal in this use. In any case, do not connect both RIGHT-hand terminals to ground, only connect one, or none. 3) If you want the LED illuminate and to function as a "power available" LED illuminated) regardless of switch position (on or off), ground the LOWER-RIGHT blade connector and the LED will come on whenever it has power supplied typically when the vehicle's power system is energized/power is available. When you close the switch (turn it on) the LED stays illuminated regardless of the switch position, as long as vehicle power is on/available. Do NOT use the UPPER-RIGHT right terminal in this use. In any case, do not connect both RIGHT-hand terminals to ground, only connect one, or none.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 3, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Read this review for detailed switch installation/pin-out infornation. Excellent value, appearance & function. Prime convenience;;Pragmatic;;;Overall, this is a decent product. I gave it three stars due to the lack of instructions that the seller does not provide. Though, it is relatively easy to figure out. Also, when I tried to take the connections off they pulled out the metal posts. After the metal posts were disconnected they were not able to reconnect. I have provided pictures to show what I mean.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 16, 2016;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;it is relatively easy to figure out;;Aaron W.;;;The switches are decent. The bulbs are incandescent. They are not led. Why is this so important? Because led lights are good for a hundred thousand hours give or take under all kinds of conditions. If the description is wrong about something so basic as an led what else can you trust? I will be modifying these to use LED's as someone else in this post has.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 28, 2016;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Like so many others have said... NOT LED;;Shawne Freeman;;;As others have commented, there's no LED here, the bulb is incandescent. I measured the current and it draws about 50mA, as compared to 20mA typical for an LED. That's not as much of a battery hit as I had worried, and it's nice that it's not polarity sensitive, but it's still a major problem for the seller to lie about in the item description. The side of the switch is labeled SOKEN RK1-08 16A 250V AC, and has no other ratings. Should you trust it with 20A of DC? For current-carrying, it might be OK, but for interrupting, DC is harder to interrupt (it arcs more on disconnecting because there are no zero-crossings), and it tends to damage the contacts. I'll do some thermal testing later and update this review. I sketched out a little schematic of what I found inside the unit. It's DPST with the lamp connected between the two center terminals.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 22, 2017;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;Incandescent bulbs, sketchy ratings. Feels solidly built, but I don't know if I trust it.;;Myself;;;I have downgraded my original rating. As I have gotten to work with these more, I have two major issues: 1. These are not LED lit and the bulbs burn out very frequently. Amazon needs to remove any reference to these being LED since it is a deceptive description (as mentioned by other reviewers) and blatantly false advertising. 2. They are not appropriate for a marine environment...especially if you boat in salt water. On my boat, they are well protected from spray, etc. but they only lasted a few weeks. Each switch had the light fail followed a week or two later by switch failure. Upon examining the insides, they failed from internal corrosion just from salt air. They are definitely not sealed. It is very easy for corrosive salt air to go in and foul the contacts. It would be very easy for water to get in if there was any exposure to the back. I would give this 1-Star but they are NOT without utility. If you are not operating in an environment that may have water or moist air present, they will likely give decent service (minus the bulbs that burn out). I plan to use the “refurbished” ones on my model railroad. As a side note, I ordered another set to see if I can seal them to make them work. They are, after all, the cheapest solution.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 18, 2017;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;Not LED or designed for marine use!;;KFDB

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By wesnospam - Reviewed in the United States on November 27, 2015
Switches worked fine. Looking at the back of the switch with ...
Switches worked fine. Looking at the back of the switch with the two unused pin slots oriented to the top, the pins on the left are for the power, and the pins on the right are grounds for the pilot light. The upper left pin is line or power in, the lower left pin is line out to the device being controlled by the switch. The pilot light takes its power from the upper left pin and the upper right pin is an unswitched ground for the pilot light and when grounded the pilot light is always on when power is available at the upper left (line in) pin. The lower right pin, if grounded, turns on the pilot light when the device is switched on. If neither right pin is grounded, the pilot light never comes on and the switch functions as a unlighted single pole switch. You would not connect both right pins to ground.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Pragmatic - Reviewed in the United States on January 3, 2016
Read this review for detailed switch installation/pin-out infornation. Excellent value, appearance & function. Prime convenience
Good value. Functional. The switches arrived in a clear plastic bulk bag without instructions or pin-out information. They are 20 amp 12 volt stitches commonly used on autos, boats and outdoor sport vehicles. You use standard size female blade crimp type connectors, they can be uninsulated connectors because the blade connectors had molded plastic shielding walls dividing/between each blade connector. As viewed from the rear, there are four (4) standard size flat blade (male) connectors on the rear of the switch allowing on-off function with, or without, use of a blue LED pilot light on the front of the rocker switch. The LED can be used as a power on, or device on indicator, or omitted (not used AKA a simple on-off switch) . Looking at the switch with the two (2) blank positions oriented at the top (as in some of the the Amazon vendor item photos), the pins on the LEFT side are for the power in/out, and the pins on the RIGHT side are grounds for the blue LED pilot light. In below instruction set, the UPPER LEFT pin is used as a line or power in, the LOWER LEFT is used as line out or power out to the accessory/device being controlled by the switch. 1) If you want to use the switch only as an on-off switch without the LED pilot light, only use the two LEFT-hand terminals 2) If you want the LED illuminate and function as a "accessory power on" (LED illuminated), ground the UPPER-RIGHT-side blade connector and the LED will come on only when the switch is closed (on) and the accessory is powered/on. Do NOT use the LOWER-RIGHT right terminal in this use. In any case, do not connect both RIGHT-hand terminals to ground, only connect one, or none. 3) If you want the LED illuminate and to function as a "power available" LED illuminated) regardless of switch position (on or off), ground the LOWER-RIGHT blade connector and the LED will come on whenever it has power supplied typically when the vehicle's power system is energized/power is available. When you close the switch (turn it on) the LED stays illuminated regardless of the switch position, as long as vehicle power is on/available. Do NOT use the UPPER-RIGHT right terminal in this use. In any case, do not connect both RIGHT-hand terminals to ground, only connect one, or none.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Aaron W. - Reviewed in the United States on August 16, 2016
it is relatively easy to figure out
Overall, this is a decent product. I gave it three stars due to the lack of instructions that the seller does not provide. Though, it is relatively easy to figure out. Also, when I tried to take the connections off they pulled out the metal posts. After the metal posts were disconnected they were not able to reconnect. I have provided pictures to show what I mean.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Shawne Freeman - Reviewed in the United States on August 28, 2016
Like so many others have said... NOT LED
The switches are decent. The bulbs are incandescent. They are not led. Why is this so important? Because led lights are good for a hundred thousand hours give or take under all kinds of conditions. If the description is wrong about something so basic as an led what else can you trust? I will be modifying these to use LED's as someone else in this post has.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Myself - Reviewed in the United States on June 22, 2017
Incandescent bulbs, sketchy ratings. Feels solidly built, but I don't know if I trust it.
As others have commented, there's no LED here, the bulb is incandescent. I measured the current and it draws about 50mA, as compared to 20mA typical for an LED. That's not as much of a battery hit as I had worried, and it's nice that it's not polarity sensitive, but it's still a major problem for the seller to lie about in the item description. The side of the switch is labeled SOKEN RK1-08 16A 250V AC, and has no other ratings. Should you trust it with 20A of DC? For current-carrying, it might be OK, but for interrupting, DC is harder to interrupt (it arcs more on disconnecting because there are no zero-crossings), and it tends to damage the contacts. I'll do some thermal testing later and update this review. I sketched out a little schematic of what I found inside the unit. It's DPST with the lamp connected between the two center terminals.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By KFDB - Reviewed in the United States on September 18, 2017
Not LED or designed for marine use!
I have downgraded my original rating. As I have gotten to work with these more, I have two major issues: 1. These are not LED lit and the bulbs burn out very frequently. Amazon needs to remove any reference to these being LED since it is a deceptive description (as mentioned by other reviewers) and blatantly false advertising. 2. They are not appropriate for a marine environment...especially if you boat in salt water. On my boat, they are well protected from spray, etc. but they only lasted a few weeks. Each switch had the light fail followed a week or two later by switch failure. Upon examining the insides, they failed from internal corrosion just from salt air. They are definitely not sealed. It is very easy for corrosive salt air to go in and foul the contacts. It would be very easy for water to get in if there was any exposure to the back. I would give this 1-Star but they are NOT without utility. If you are not operating in an environment that may have water or moist air present, they will likely give decent service (minus the bulbs that burn out). I plan to use the “refurbished” ones on my model railroad. As a side note, I ordered another set to see if I can seal them to make them work. They are, after all, the cheapest solution.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By wesnospam - Reviewed in the United States on November 27, 2015
Switches worked fine. Looking at the back of the switch with ...
Switches worked fine. Looking at the back of the switch with the two unused pin slots oriented to the top, the pins on the left are for the power, and the pins on the right are grounds for the pilot light. The upper left pin is line or power in, the lower left pin is line out to the device being controlled by the switch. The pilot light takes its power from the upper left pin and the upper right pin is an unswitched ground for the pilot light and when grounded the pilot light is always on when power is available at the upper left (line in) pin. The lower right pin, if grounded, turns on the pilot light when the device is switched on. If neither right pin is grounded, the pilot light never comes on and the switch functions as a unlighted single pole switch. You would not connect both right pins to ground.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Pragmatic - Reviewed in the United States on January 3, 2016
Read this review for detailed switch installation/pin-out infornation. Excellent value, appearance & function. Prime convenience
Good value. Functional. The switches arrived in a clear plastic bulk bag without instructions or pin-out information. They are 20 amp 12 volt stitches commonly used on autos, boats and outdoor sport vehicles. You use standard size female blade crimp type connectors, they can be uninsulated connectors because the blade connectors had molded plastic shielding walls dividing/between each blade connector. As viewed from the rear, there are four (4) standard size flat blade (male) connectors on the rear of the switch allowing on-off function with, or without, use of a blue LED pilot light on the front of the rocker switch. The LED can be used as a power on, or device on indicator, or omitted (not used AKA a simple on-off switch) . Looking at the switch with the two (2) blank positions oriented at the top (as in some of the the Amazon vendor item photos), the pins on the LEFT side are for the power in/out, and the pins on the RIGHT side are grounds for the blue LED pilot light. In below instruction set, the UPPER LEFT pin is used as a line or power in, the LOWER LEFT is used as line out or power out to the accessory/device being controlled by the switch. 1) If you want to use the switch only as an on-off switch without the LED pilot light, only use the two LEFT-hand terminals 2) If you want the LED illuminate and function as a "accessory power on" (LED illuminated), ground the UPPER-RIGHT-side blade connector and the LED will come on only when the switch is closed (on) and the accessory is powered/on. Do NOT use the LOWER-RIGHT right terminal in this use. In any case, do not connect both RIGHT-hand terminals to ground, only connect one, or none. 3) If you want the LED illuminate and to function as a "power available" LED illuminated) regardless of switch position (on or off), ground the LOWER-RIGHT blade connector and the LED will come on whenever it has power supplied typically when the vehicle's power system is energized/power is available. When you close the switch (turn it on) the LED stays illuminated regardless of the switch position, as long as vehicle power is on/available. Do NOT use the UPPER-RIGHT right terminal in this use. In any case, do not connect both RIGHT-hand terminals to ground, only connect one, or none.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Aaron W. - Reviewed in the United States on August 16, 2016
it is relatively easy to figure out
Overall, this is a decent product. I gave it three stars due to the lack of instructions that the seller does not provide. Though, it is relatively easy to figure out. Also, when I tried to take the connections off they pulled out the metal posts. After the metal posts were disconnected they were not able to reconnect. I have provided pictures to show what I mean.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Shawne Freeman - Reviewed in the United States on August 28, 2016
Like so many others have said... NOT LED
The switches are decent. The bulbs are incandescent. They are not led. Why is this so important? Because led lights are good for a hundred thousand hours give or take under all kinds of conditions. If the description is wrong about something so basic as an led what else can you trust? I will be modifying these to use LED's as someone else in this post has.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Myself - Reviewed in the United States on June 22, 2017
Incandescent bulbs, sketchy ratings. Feels solidly built, but I don't know if I trust it.
As others have commented, there's no LED here, the bulb is incandescent. I measured the current and it draws about 50mA, as compared to 20mA typical for an LED. That's not as much of a battery hit as I had worried, and it's nice that it's not polarity sensitive, but it's still a major problem for the seller to lie about in the item description. The side of the switch is labeled SOKEN RK1-08 16A 250V AC, and has no other ratings. Should you trust it with 20A of DC? For current-carrying, it might be OK, but for interrupting, DC is harder to interrupt (it arcs more on disconnecting because there are no zero-crossings), and it tends to damage the contacts. I'll do some thermal testing later and update this review. I sketched out a little schematic of what I found inside the unit. It's DPST with the lamp connected between the two center terminals.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By KFDB - Reviewed in the United States on September 18, 2017
Not LED or designed for marine use!
I have downgraded my original rating. As I have gotten to work with these more, I have two major issues: 1. These are not LED lit and the bulbs burn out very frequently. Amazon needs to remove any reference to these being LED since it is a deceptive description (as mentioned by other reviewers) and blatantly false advertising. 2. They are not appropriate for a marine environment...especially if you boat in salt water. On my boat, they are well protected from spray, etc. but they only lasted a few weeks. Each switch had the light fail followed a week or two later by switch failure. Upon examining the insides, they failed from internal corrosion just from salt air. They are definitely not sealed. It is very easy for corrosive salt air to go in and foul the contacts. It would be very easy for water to get in if there was any exposure to the back. I would give this 1-Star but they are NOT without utility. If you are not operating in an environment that may have water or moist air present, they will likely give decent service (minus the bulbs that burn out). I plan to use the “refurbished” ones on my model railroad. As a side note, I ordered another set to see if I can seal them to make them work. They are, after all, the cheapest solution.