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What is the M rating for on your switches?

The M rating is a rating given to distinguish the current size of a motor that the specific switch can handle.  This is resolved by dividing the M rating by 4.

E.g. M rating = M50

50÷4 =12.5A Therefore this switch has the capacity to drive a motor with a rating of 12.5A.

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