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Dollhouse Miniature CK1011
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Item #: CK1011
Our Price: $7.33
 
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Size: 1/4"H x 1/4"W
The "to scale" CK1011 miniature slide switch is the first of its kind ever made in the electronics industry. Most standard models are equipped with a protruding toggle to allow electrical operation. A close look will reveal that the CK1011 has no such toggle-like feature. Instead, it is designed with a smooth sliding outer body to achieve the "on/off" operation. Why this departure from conventional logic? Ease of installation. The switch now comes with separate spring-loaded eyelets. These eyelets, when installed in a tape run, allow the switch to be installed by simply pushing it into the eyelets. No hammering required. No more loose nails, broken toggles, or "on" position pre-setting. Only a straightforward and uncomplicated mounting procedure. Its rugged construction makes it ideal for use in even the hardest of woods. Placement has now become as simple as installing our famous CK1003 "pound-in" outlet. The complete and fully illustrated instructions included with each switch ensures a successful installation every time. Each package also contains 1/4" brass brads for use as marker pins when wallpapering. 600 ma current rating.
This item is 1/12 scale, also referred to as one-inch scale (or 1" scale), means 1 inch = 1 foot

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