Varilight Fused Spur Switched Outlets

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Varilight Fused Spur Switches

Varilight 13Amp fused spur switches have an industry-wide reputation for exceptional performance, long life and innovation at an attractive price. 

All their switches are designed to meet the latest European Safety Legislation and have tough plate designed to ensure long life and excellent wear and tear usage.

Fused spur switches are available to match all our Rocker, Remote dimmers , Cooker, Standard dimmers, Toggle and Plug Sockets.

Fused Spur swicthes are avaiable in different styles:

Standard switched fused spur

Fused spur with neon

Fused spur with neon and flex outlet

Unswitched fused spur plate

Unswitched spur with flex outlet

Depending on the colour you can have them either with white or black and now decorative inserts in either screwless or standard plate.

Fused spur switches are also in the Varilight ultra flat range.

All fused spur switches come on a single switch plate, if you want to put them on a double plate, please mix them with the Varilight Powergrid System to create a mix of fused switches with rocker and dimmer switches to meet your own personal requirements.

Where connection to a fixed appliance is required, a fused outlet unit may be fitted to the wall ( rather than a plug socket) and connected into the ring main. These outlets require the correct fused rating for the appliance and are connected to the appliance by a flex or cable, The unit can either be switched or unswitched and can be with an neon to show when the appliance is switched on.

The Fused spur switches are 91 x 91 mm which will require a standard sized uk single 25mm pattress back box. but they will also fit into 35mm or 47mm metal, plasterboard or surface mounted which are all available in my ebay shop.

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