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15 Amp 3-Way Toggle Switch, White

  • Convenient - 3-way switch controls load from 2 locations
  • Durable - impact-resistant thermoplastic nylon construction
  • Easy - quick wire push-in and side wiring for easy installation
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Product Overview

Leviton offers a comprehensive line of UL Listed products for every electrical need. Leviton's wiring devices and accessories are backed by state-of-the-art research, design, engineering, manufacturing, testing and quality assurance. You won't find a more complete selection anywhere else.
  • Controls light(s) from 2 locations
  • (2) two 3-way switches must be used in 3-way circuit
  • Quick wire push-in and side wired
  • Large triple combination screws Robertson/Phillips/slotted for fast wiring
  • California residents

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Switch StyleRockerSpecialtyToggleSpecialty
Number of SwitchesSingleSingleSingleSingle
Mounting TypeIn-WallScrew-InIn-WallIn-Wall
Electrical FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional Features
Voltage120 volt,277 volt120 volt,277 volt120 volt,277 volt120 volt,277 volt
Switch TypeMaintainedMaintainedMaintainedMaintained
Function TypeOn-OffOn-OffOn-OffOn-Off
Amperage (amps)15152015
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1.05
Product Height (in.)
4.2
Product Width (in.)
1.31

Details

Amperage (amps)
15
Color Family
White
Color/Finish
White
Electrical Features
No Additional Features
Electrical Product Type
Switch
Function Type
On-Off
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Mounting Type
Screw-In
Number of Poles
3
Number of Switches
Single
Rating
General Purpose
Returnable
180-Day
Switch Style
Specialty
Switch Type
Maintained
Terminal Type
Wire Leads
Voltage
120 volt,277 volt

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
2 Year Limited

Questions & Answers

9Questions36Answers

Is this a silent light switch

Asked by MD March 7, 2019
3
Answers

No. it's a standard light switch, not one that glides smoothly and makes no sound. With normal use, it does make a sound probably capable of waking a light sleeper (but then, of course, the light would probably wake them as well).

Is this a residential or commercial switch?

Asked by JDSmith January 7, 2019
5
Answers

Residential

can i use this in a country that uses 220 volts

Asked by al December 21, 2018
1
Answer

No - this switch is only rated for 120v. Look for a switch that has a rating of 220v or greater.

Which is the positive and negative

Asked by Aaron December 17, 2018
5
Answers

There is no "positive or negative" on a three-way switch. A three-way switch is used in pairs. The conductor (hot) connected to the black screw will go to the load (ie., light) and the black screw on the second three-way switch will be connected to the line (source). A red (hot) conductor will be connected to one brass screw on a three-way switch, and will be connected to the brass screw (same location) on the second three-way switch. Another hot conductor (black, or white -- coded as hot) will be connected to the other brass screw on a three-way switch, and connected to the same brass screw on the second three-way switch.

Does the wire push-in have a release slot to remove the wire with a screwdriver rather than having to cut the wire?

Asked by Crett August 6, 2018
5
Answers

Yes, there is a slot located on the back just below the holed where you insert your wiring. A thin headed screw driver or thin alligator pliers inserted in the stot with a gentle wiggle and push should release the wires with no problem. Suggestion: Make sure the electrical power to the switch is off.

will these work with aluminum wiring ok?

Asked by ed October 29, 2016
4
Answers

Yes

Is it Al/Cu compatible or for copper wire connections only

Asked by HDassociate October 24, 2016
4
Answers

The switch is rated for CU and CU Clad only

Is it compatible with aluminum wiring?

Asked by Jason June 20, 2016
4
Answers

Probably not. It is not marked CU-AL.

What is a 3-Way Toggle Switch ?

Asked by ED November 18, 2015
5
Answers

A switch used in a residential or commercial location to control a light from two locations, such as a hallway light from two different locations. or two separate entrances into the same room. Or a light above a stairway with a switch at the top and bottom of the staircase. There is no printing on the toggle (on/off) as the switch may energize (or de-energize) the load (light) in either the up or down position.

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The Leviton 15-amp 3-way toggle switch in ivory is used to control lighting from 2 switch locatio...
The Leviton 15-amp 3-way toggle switch in ivory is used to control lighting from 2 switch locations. This is a very common switch used in many homes. I have a number of 3-way switches in my home. These are very easy to connect with the quick-wire push-in and side screw connections. I wanted to change some switches in the kitchen and hallway that that were acting up. I was happy that this switch was so east to install.
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This is a 3-way switch. It is used when you want to control one light (or fan or other electrica...
This is a 3-way switch. It is used when you want to control one light (or fan or other electrical device) with 2 switches. An example would be, you have a light switch at the top of your stairs and another at the bottom of your stairs where both switches are controlling a single light (the light can be turned "on" or "off" from either location). You can even add more switches to control that one light. When using multiple switches, you will always use two 3-way switches at the beginning and end of the loop, and then, for each additional switch, you will add 4-way switches. There is conceivably no limit to the number of additional 4-way switches you could add to the middle of the loop. To add more switches, you would add additional 4-ways hooked up in a series. For example, you could conceivably control one light from 4 (or more) different locations by using 2 (or more) 4-way switches and two 3-way switches.
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Fit my needs perfectly, at a very reasonable price.
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"And he said, 'let there be light. And there was,...
"And he said, 'let there be light. And there was, and it was good.' And then he said, 'let there be darkness. And there was, and it was good.'"
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Excellent and easy install
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We used this switch because it is narrower than the premium switch from this company. We have the...
We used this switch because it is narrower than the premium switch from this company. We have the older style metal switch boxes (50+ years old) and they are really cramped for side clearance. I added electrical tape over the terminals for extra protection. When installing pay attention to the common screw terminal. It is marked 'common' and it is in a different location on this switch than the one I replaced. The 2 traveler wires don't seem to matter if they get swapped. Switches work great now.
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