double-throw switch

double-throw switch

[¦dəb·əl ‚thrō ′swich]
(electricity)
A switch that connects one set of two or more terminals to either of two other similar sets of terminals.

double-throw switch

In electric wiring, a switch which can charge the circuit connections by moving the switch blade from one of two sets of contact clips into the other.
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The MMS002AA single-pole, double-throw switch features approximately 45dB of isolation from DC-20GHz.
Upgrading to Class 1 from existing Class 2/3 Bluetooth designs can be as simple as adding the TQP770001, a single-pole double-throw switch and a bandpass filter.
The NC7SBU3157 single-pole, double-throw switch protects internal ICs from noise or undershoot events whenever a connector is inserted into an MP3 player, CD player, notebook, mobile phone, or any other device with an analog or digital signal connector.