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110/220-Volt Paddle Switch

  • Compatible for use with basic electrical boxes
  • Durable plastic construction for strength and performance
  • Ideal for safeguarding power-tools of your home or workshop
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Product Overview

The POWERTEC family of power tool switches provide the essential function of safeguarding you and your power-tools for your professional or home workshop. They are approved by UL, TUV, CSA, CE, ETL standards and they fit most of the power tools on the market. Check the listed specifications to assure that this switch meets your application.
  • Dual voltage: 110-Volt/220-Volt; single phase
  • Rated current: 2 HP/35 Amp at 120-Volt; 3 HP/20 Amp at 230-Volt
  • Approved according to UL508 E195428
  • Fits basic electrical boxes
  • Large paddle for emergency stop
  • California residents

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Height (in.)
2 in
Product Length (in.)
3 in
Product Width (in.)
2.2 in

Details

Color Family
Assorted Colors
Ideally Used With
Other
Material
Plastic
Power Tool Accessory Type
Other Accessory
Product Weight (lb.)
0.6 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Questions & Answers

9Questions51Answers

how do you fasten this switch in an electrical box?

Asked by DAVID February 10, 2021
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Best advice... Check out youtube videos...

How to wire this switch in a gang box so that it will power two 110 plug sockets, so that a power...

Asked by jay July 31, 2020
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Answer

CONSULT WITH A CERTIFIED ELECTRICIAN.

will this switch power my table saw . I have a Lumia 1000

Asked by john2009 December 28, 2019
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The switch will power 110/220-volt saws. Is your saw different from that?

Can I use this switch as a replacement for my Craftsman Table Saw? The information on the old swi...

Asked by Jagart49 August 28, 2019
4
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Yes

How does the switch works. I have a voltmeter and keep pussing the switch. Nothing happen. Don't ...

Asked by tarzankim July 25, 2018
10
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Push harder. The On button requires a little force.

DOES THIS SWITCH HAVE A 4 TAB CONNECTION OR SCREWS

Asked by DAVID June 21, 2018
10
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The switch I installed on my bandsaw had screw connections.

If power goes off will switch stay on when power returns or does green button have to be pushed again

Asked by Eric May 25, 2018
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Yes, the switch will remain in the "on" position when the power comes back on. I wired mine up and tested it as I found that sometimes these were mis-labelled as "magnetic." It is not.

Need help with wiring. From the motor I have three wires green, black, and white. Same from the o...

Asked by Badger June 26, 2017
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Green is chassis ground , they should both be connected together and screwed to the metal frame of the device you are wiring. If the wires are in a plastic box they can just be connected together. For 115 ( standard house voltage) the white wires can be connected together like they were before. One black (power in) to really any of the four screws and then power out ( to device) to the screw that matches vertically ....one on bottom right one on top right. you can also wire the white wires the same way if you want. One of them top left one of them bottom left. It is a dpdt switch that is double pull double throw. when you activate the switch it connects the top screws to the bottom screws

How do I get ahold of the company that makes this?

Asked by Support October 27, 2016
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I would contact you local Home Depot for assistance. I'm not sure how to contact the manufacturer.

Customer Reviews

  • 4.1
    out of 98 reviews
  • 85% recommend this product
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Start button is stiffer than I would like but the important one is much nicer than original equip...
Start button is stiffer than I would like but the important one is much nicer than original equipment on Jet table saw. Had to modify install plate to allow body to connector "box" to fit. No wiring instructions were included .... long time searching on iphone to find that... original equipment had a grounding screw this did not, but did have screws that I thought it might be that weren't after looking it up.
by Disappointed
I like the quality of the construction. The On button and Stop button are nicely arranged but req...
I like the quality of the construction. The On button and Stop button are nicely arranged but require a little too much force for safety purposes. That's a minor point but I mention it since many of my other tools with emergency stop buttons don't require as much force. The big issue and the reason I cannot give it 5 stars is that I feel as a safety switch it should break contact upon power down if a circuit breaker trips. Otherwise when the power returns, as with this unit, the tool will start up again without pressing the On button.
by RichtheToolGuy
1 person found this helpful
I should of checked the size, this is a big...
I should of checked the size, this is a big switch, I returned it and ordered a smaller one. The switch and the smaller one felt well made, I used the switch to bypass the difficult to reach switch on my old table saw.
by 928
1 person found this helpful
It doesn't come with any instructions on how to wire...
It doesn't come with any instructions on how to wire it to your tool. I found some on line, but when I wire it and try to turn on my saw, nothing happens. The "on button" doesn't feel like it's working.
by DrM
The part was an exact replacement for the switch on...
The part was an exact replacement for the switch on my bandsaw. I like the paddle shut off.
by MARK
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by MARK
by MARK
It was not at all what was pictured. No paddle,...
It was not at all what was pictured. No paddle, just two buttons. I threw them away. Lesson learned.
by HomeDepotCustomer
The PowerTec paddle switch works well. It’s exclusively...
The PowerTec paddle switch works well. It’s exclusively for my router table (120-VAC. I installed the PowerTec paddle switch into a 4-inch metal electrical box with a 1-gang square metal mud ring. The PowerTec’s mounting screws are metric, so in order to secure it to the mud ring I had to use 2 screws that I took from an older toggle switch. Also, the electrical connections, on the backside of the switch, are specified for spade lugs. You will need a crimper and stranded wire to accomplish this. PowerTec did provide a wiring diagram that shows connecting the black wire and the white wire to the switch -- Yes! This is correct. Follow the wiring diagram provided and all will be well.
by Minnetonka
Safety switch works great...
Safety switch works great
by JEFFREY
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