|Product Dimensions||3.81 x 1.78 x 1.78 cm; 18.14 Grams|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||19Q-K17/A-blue|
|Item Weight||18.1 g|
Quentacy Latching Pushbutton Switch 12V Power Symbol LED 1NO1NC SPDT ON/Off Black Waterproof Metal Toggle Switch with Wire Socket Plug for 19mm 3/4 Mounting Hole (Blue)
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The instructions were good enough to get by. The english is bad and not all the wires are clearly labeled. I had to get you my multimeter out to figure it out.
For my harness the wiring went as follows:
White: V+ source
Red: V+ in for LED
Blue: V+ out when switch is pressed
Brown: V+ out when switch is level
Standard use would be to connect the Blue and Red wires so the LED lights up when pressed.
Reviewed in the United States on 24 April 2018
The first/highest rated review does a good job of summarizing the wire hookup. Take the instructions that come with this light and throw them directly in the trash can. If memory serves your common/neutral is the black wire, white is your power source (line) coming in, blue is your power going out when the switch is pressed (load). The red wire makes the switch LED come on, so most folks will connect this to the blue wire so when you press the switch the switch LED activates. You could also connect the red to your white (line) wire so it's on all the time.
I like these switches with a plug-in harness because you can make all your connections without fiddling with the switch itself, and then when everything is made up you just plug in your switch and that's it. It won't hurt anything if you swap the harness with silicone when you're all done. Not only will it secure it to the switch but it'll weatherproof that connection in the back. Be aware that with the harness this thing has some depth to it, and it's a tight fit if you're using a standard-depth switchbox or J-box. If you're using it in a dashboard application or something with no back then it's a non-issue. I used a 1-gang bell box and it was tight but I made it work by removing the knockout in the back and then sealed around it.
-connected the red and white "switch" wires together. Then connected them to the hot wire (red) coming from the lights.
- connected the blue "switch" wire to the common (white) wire coming from the lights.
- connected the black "switch" wire to the ground (black) wire coming from the lights.
-did nothing with the brown "switch"wire.
Now the hot wire coming from my lights, is connected to my RTV ignition switch so the halo switch only lights up when the RTVs ignition switch is on, but your lights etc. may not run through the ignition switch. Not a problem unless you forget to turn them off.
Reviewed in the United States on 31 January 2019