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24.00
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a push switch is a switch that is activated by pushing it. push switches can be normally open or normally closed.

The Hillman Group

blade fuses are electric fuses with the connections provided by 2 metal tongues. they have a plastic body and 2 prongs that fit in...to sockets. read more

The Hillman Group
24.00
at Lowe's

can handle moderately high currents for a short time without damage. used for a variety of items.

The Hillman Group
22.50
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a rotary switch is a type of switch so it activates the electricity. this type of switch rotates to different positions affecting ...how much electricity is applied. read more

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bullet terminals are a simple way to connect wires together. male and a female terminals are needed to make an appropriate connect...ion. read more

The Hillman Group
12.00
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this fuse opens on overload and short circuits very quickly. not designed to withstand temporary overload currents associated with... some electrical loads. size 14 x 1 14. read more

The Hillman Group
22.50
at Lowe's

a rotary switch is a type of switch so it activates the electricity. this type of switch rotates to different positions affecting ...how much electricity is applied. read more

The Hillman Group
16.50
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can handle moderately high currents for a short time without damage. used for a variety of items.

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a desk grommet is used to protect objects or cables passing through a cable routing hole in a desk conference room table shelf or ...drawer. a grommet is the perfect way to protect your furniture and cables while also providing an aesthetically pleasing... read more

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25.50
at Lowe's

marine terminals connect 2 lug nuts to crimp on battery cables or leads. they are easily installed and corrosion resistance due to... their quality steel construction. read more

The Hillman Group
40.50
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a pull chain switch is an electric switch used in interior wiring which is operated by pulling a chain or cord. the most common us...e of a pull switch is to operate a ceiling electric light. read more

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wire nuts can also be called twist wire connectors twist nuts or wire twist nuts. the tight square wire spring makes quick secure ...connections for positive continuity. read more

The Hillman Group
14.99
at Lowe's

wire nuts can also be called twist wire connectors twist nuts or wire twist nuts. the tight square wire spring makes quick secure ...connections for positive continuity. read more

The Hillman Group
24.00
at Lowe's

this fuse opens on overload and short circuits very quickly. not designed to withstand temporary overload currents associated with... some electrical loads. read more

The Hillman Group
33.00
at Lowe's

rocker switch is designed to clip into the industry standard panel. the 2 terminals rocker switch is a simple onoff mini sized swi...tch that is built in black and hard surface. read more

The Hillman Group
20.00
at Lowe's

can handle moderately high currents for a short time without damage. used for a variety of items.

The Hillman Group
40.50
at Lowe's

a pull chain switch is an electric switch used in interior wiring which is operated by pulling a chain or cord. the most common us...e of a pull switch is to operate a ceiling electric light. read more

The Hillman Group
22.50
at Lowe's

an appliance switch is an onoff switch that rocks rather than trips when pressed. this means one side of the switch is raised whil...e the other side is depressed. read more

The Hillman Group
13.00
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ring terminals are a proven and effective method to connect wiring to screws and studs. they are used for termination of wires and... have a butted seam construction to prevent the ring terminals from splitting under maximum pressure. read more

The Hillman Group
15.99
at Lowe's

wire nuts can also be called twist wire connectors twist nuts or wire twist nuts. the tight square wire spring makes quick secure ...connections for positive continuity. read more