rocker switch


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rocker switch

A switch on an assistive technology device that can activate more than one function. For example, one output is triggered when the switch is moved to the left, and another output is triggered when the switch is moved to the right, as in a joystick.
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A rocker switch of automotive quality was constructed to be long-lasting.
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The rocker switch is offered lighted or unlighted in various legends and colors.
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and is operated by either a standard hardwired rocker switch or wireless remote control.
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