how Switch DP3T On-On-On work ? Answered

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hello .
I wanna know how the Switch DP3T On-On-On(http://www.smallbearelec.com/Detail.bok?no=495) work ? I found this image but i dont know if its true or not .Thanks!

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iceng

Best Answer 6 years ago

I hope this is self explanatory for you.
Pic2 is a DPDT Double Pole  Double Throw Knife Switch.
Pic1 is a single stack rotary switch and could be as large
as a 12 Throw 1Pole or a 3 Throw 3 Pole or a 2 Throw 4 Pole.
Pic3 is a stack of rotary gangs with the rotary shaft.  .  .  .  .  A

StackGangSW.pngDPDT KnifeSW.jpgRotaryGangSW.png
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lemonie

6 years ago

It's true - why do you doubt it?!

0 (blue) = A/B0
1 (blue) = A/B1
2 (blue) = A/B2
3 (blue) = A/B1

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LargeMouthBass

6 years ago

In position1 the common contacts (A0 and B0) contact A1 and B1, respectively. When the switch is moved to the second position, the common contacts A0 and B0 contact A2 and B2 instead, and so on for position 3.

The diagram appears correct.