Double pull switch

Discussion in 'Electrics UK' started by LisaB, 8 Sep 2007.

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  1. LisaB

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    I am trying to find a pull switch which will do a double click, so that the first pull will turn on one light and the second pull turn on a second. Does anyone know if such a thing exists and where to get one?? :confused:
     
  2. RF Lighting

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    I've never seen one in all my years of sparkying, so I very much doubt it.


    Could you not just install two pull switches, one for each light?
     
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    mount 2 side by side, tuurn either light off / on then.

    i think the ones in fans count the pulses tio adjust the speed
     
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    9 years?
     
  5. RF Lighting

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    Yeah :LOL:

    I've seen pretty much everything in that time. ;)
     
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    Have you ever seen a man eat his own head?
     
  7. Taylortwocities

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    I've seen a horse turn into a field :LOL:

    edit: after another port:

    It could be engineered with a couple of latching relays and a momentary operation pull cord.
    I'd need much more port to get a design together...
     
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    I'll hold my hands up. I've never seen a man eat his own head :LOL:

    TTC, I've also seen a tractor turn into a feild.
     
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    You only think you have...... ;)
     

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