tap switch

tap switch

[′tap ‚swich]
(electricity)
Multicontact switch used chiefly for connecting a load to any one of a number of taps on a resistor or coil.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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2 Turn off the tap Switch off your boiler at the source, then find the 'isolation point' - most likely a stopcock that, when closed, should block new water from entering your heating system.
Featuring a proprietary tactical tap switch system and a 450-lumen output that lights up to 755', it packs a powerful punch at just 4.0 ounces.
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This reversing operation is realized using a change-over selector which is part of the tap selector or of the selector switch (arcing tap switch).
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