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Trillogy Terminal Block Kit For Trilogy Rocker Switches

Trillogy Terminal Block Kit For Trilogy Rocker Switches

This terminal block kit is designed to fit the round pins found on Trillogy illuminated rocker switches.1 kit required per switch.View more

$3.05

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Trillogy Starter Push Button – Red Illumination

Trillogy Starter Push Button – Red Illumination

This momentary starter push button from Trillogy can be used as a stylish alternative to a toggle type starter switch.The 35mm diameter alloy body switch features a choice of coloured LED illumination, spade type terminals, and a spring loaded push button action. Ideal for any starter circuit.Requires 30mm fitting hole.60mm deep.View more

$36.04

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Trillogy Starter Push Button – Green Illumination

Trillogy Starter Push Button – Green Illumination

This momentary starter push button from Trillogy can be used as a stylish alternative to a toggle type starter switch.The 35mm diameter alloy body switch features a choice of coloured LED illumination, spade type terminals, and a spring loaded push button action. Ideal for any starter circuit.Requires 30mm fitting hole.60mm deep.View more

$36.04

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Trillogy Starter Push Button

Trillogy Starter Push Button

This momentary starter push button from Trillogy can be used as a stylish alternative to a toggle type starter switch.The 35mm diameter alloy body switch features a choice of coloured LED illumination, spade type terminals, and a spring loaded push button action. Ideal for any starter circuit.Requires 30mm fitting hole.60mm deep.View more

$36.04

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Trillogy Momentary Push Button Switches – Yellow Button

Trillogy Momentary Push Button Switches – Yellow Button

The Trillogy range of momentary push buttons are suitable for any low current auxiliary switching circuit (relay controlled) such as lap timers, light flash, etc. Their small size also makes them ideal for steering wheel mounting.These push button switches are fully sealed with flying leads and are rated to 1 amp. They can also be used as with products such as the Cartek battery isolator as a low voltage external kill button.Available in a range of colours, all switches have a black plastic bezel. (unless stated otherwise)Requires a 10mm hole.Body depth is 15mm from mounting panel back.View more

$14.97

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Trillogy Momentary Push Button Switches – Red Button

Trillogy Momentary Push Button Switches – Red Button

The Trillogy range of momentary push buttons are suitable for any low current auxiliary switching circuit (relay controlled) such as lap timers, light flash, etc. Their small size also makes them ideal for steering wheel mounting.These push button switches are fully sealed with flying leads and are rated to 1 amp. They can also be used as with products such as the Cartek battery isolator as a low voltage external kill button.Available in a range of colours, all switches have a black plastic bezel. (unless stated otherwise)Requires a 10mm hole.Body depth is 15mm from mounting panel back.View more

$14.97

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Trillogy Momentary Push Button Switches – Green Button

Trillogy Momentary Push Button Switches – Green Button

The Trillogy range of momentary push buttons are suitable for any low current auxiliary switching circuit (relay controlled) such as lap timers, light flash, etc. Their small size also makes them ideal for steering wheel mounting.These push button switches are fully sealed with flying leads and are rated to 1 amp. They can also be used as with products such as the Cartek battery isolator as a low voltage external kill button.Available in a range of colours, all switches have a black plastic bezel. (unless stated otherwise)Requires a 10mm hole.Body depth is 15mm from mounting panel back.View more

$14.97

1 retailer

Trillogy Momentary Push Button Switches – Blue Button

Trillogy Momentary Push Button Switches – Blue Button

The Trillogy range of momentary push buttons are suitable for any low current auxiliary switching circuit (relay controlled) such as lap timers, light flash, etc. Their small size also makes them ideal for steering wheel mounting.These push button switches are fully sealed with flying leads and are rated to 1 amp. They can also be used as with products such as the Cartek battery isolator as a low voltage external kill button.Available in a range of colours, all switches have a black plastic bezel. (unless stated otherwise)Requires a 10mm hole.Body depth is 15mm from mounting panel back.View more

$14.97

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Trillogy Momentary Push Button Switches – Black Button – Red LED

Trillogy Momentary Push Button Switches – Black Button – Red LED

The Trillogy range of momentary push buttons are suitable for any low current auxiliary switching circuit (relay controlled) such as lap timers, light flash, etc. Their small size also makes them ideal for steering wheel mounting.These push button switches are fully sealed with flying leads and are rated to 1 amp. They can also be used as with products such as the Cartek battery isolator as a low voltage external kill button.Available in a range of colours, all switches have a black plastic bezel. (unless stated otherwise)Requires a 10mm hole.Body depth is 15mm from mounting panel back.View more

$20.71

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Trillogy Momentary Push Button Switches – Black Button – Chrome Bezel

Trillogy Momentary Push Button Switches – Black Button – Chrome Bezel

The Trillogy range of momentary push buttons are suitable for any low current auxiliary switching circuit (relay controlled) such as lap timers, light flash, etc. Their small size also makes them ideal for steering wheel mounting.These push button switches are fully sealed with flying leads and are rated to 1 amp. They can also be used as with products such as the Cartek battery isolator as a low voltage external kill button.Available in a range of colours, all switches have a black plastic bezel. (unless stated otherwise)Requires a 10mm hole.Body depth is 15mm from mounting panel back.View more

$21.04

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Trillogy Momentary Push Button Switches – Black Button – Blue LED

Trillogy Momentary Push Button Switches – Black Button – Blue LED

The Trillogy range of momentary push buttons are suitable for any low current auxiliary switching circuit (relay controlled) such as lap timers, light flash, etc. Their small size also makes them ideal for steering wheel mounting.These push button switches are fully sealed with flying leads and are rated to 1 amp. They can also be used as with products such as the Cartek battery isolator as a low voltage external kill button.Available in a range of colours, all switches have a black plastic bezel. (unless stated otherwise)Requires a 10mm hole.Body depth is 15mm from mounting panel back.View more

$35.49

1 retailer

Trillogy Momentary Push Button Switches – Black Button

Trillogy Momentary Push Button Switches – Black Button

The Trillogy range of momentary push buttons are suitable for any low current auxiliary switching circuit (relay controlled) such as lap timers, light flash, etc. Their small size also makes them ideal for steering wheel mounting.These push button switches are fully sealed with flying leads and are rated to 1 amp. They can also be used as with products such as the Cartek battery isolator as a low voltage external kill button.Available in a range of colours, all switches have a black plastic bezel. (unless stated otherwise)Requires a 10mm hole.Body depth is 15mm from mounting panel back.View more

$14.97

1 retailer

What are car switches and how are they used?

There are lots of different types of switches from toggle switches, push buttons, WOT (Wide open throttle) switches, starter switches, rocker switches and lever switches. Every switch is different in appearance, function and use.

A switch is a critical part of any vehicles electrics, its used to turn on or off electrical functions in a car.

What is the difference between a momentary and latching switch?

A momentary switch is active when being pushed, an example of this is the vehicle horn. However, a latched switch will stay in its on/off position until it is changed, an example of this is your headlights.

What are the different types?

A toggle switch is manually triggered by a lever mechanism. It is a simple electrical switch that must be operated by the user. Whenever the user moves the short handle either backwards or forwards, the switch moves between open or closed positions

Once the switch is in closed position, the electrical contacts in the switch are connected together, thus completing the circuit and allowing power to flow. A switch in its open position is the opposite, creating a break in the circuity. Their simple mechanical nature makes them ideal for use in high-currently circuits like external fuel pumps, or additional lighting.

Toggle switches are normally used in race cars to run various functions such as fuel pumps, ignition, nitrous bottle heaters etc. A toggle switch is perfect for direct-wired systems that are not controlled by a relay because it can handle a large amount of electrical voltage or current.

Momentary switches are used in Race cars for functions such as the horn.

A rotary switch operates by rotating and is ideal for use when multiple positions are needed. An example of this in a high performance car is a calibration switch which allows drivers to switch between engine maps or traction control settings.

A battery cut off switch stops the electrical load transmitting from the car’s battery to the entire system. These are used on race cars for safety reasons and preventing battery drain when the vehicle remains not in use for extended periods of times. Battery cut off switches are sometimes connected via a metal cable to a lever positioned outside the car. This is used in case the vehicle is involved in an accident and emergency teams want to cut all power.