pull switch

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chain-pull switch

An electric switch, used in interior wiring, which is operated by pulling a chain or cord; usually mounted on the ceiling.
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Because the driver has to reduce speed or even pause, it could be said that the pull switch option promotes safety and good discipline.
The S-MAX revamp threw out an old an awkward manual handbrake in favour of a modest pull switch for an electrically powered system that works as well as any encountered so far.
He knew he needed to purchase a pull switch and small-diameter 40-watt bulb to help it all come together.
As elegant as it is affordable, the Concavo boasts an array of features, including built-in demisting technology and a border of modern white LED lights which are activated by a handy pull switch.
com should fit the bill - 60cm diameter with an integral light and isolated pull switch.
At colleges, this is a simpler matter, because campuses can simply eliminate new spending for Ethernet in dorms and elsewhere and pull switch plates and switches, or reduce the number of jacks by a large number without impairing functions.
All units would be equipped with emergency pull switch systems and monitored 24 hours a day by staff at the adjacent assisted living center.
A vintage car headlight switch inspired the high-low toggle on Scope, while the Flow pull switch mirrors the shape of the lamp's base, a seamless transition between form and function, he added.
Bedroom two also has access to this ensuite bathroom, while bedroom three has a pull switch bed light and windows to the front.
To prevent incorrect operation due to snagged items of luggage, a pull switch is used instead of a pushbutton.

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