Service Switch

The service entrance switch may be selected from the three styles shown in Figs. 269,a, b, and c.

Fig. 271.   Pilot lights.

Fig. 271. - Pilot lights.

Service Switch 287Service Switch 288Fig. 272.   Wall and ceiling sockets.

Fig. 272. - Wall and ceiling sockets.

Fig. 269,a is composed of a 30 - ampere porcelain base with connections for plug fuses.

Fig. 269,b is a slate base with connections for cartridge fuses.

Fig. 269, c is a slate base with connections for open-link fuses Local Switches. - Local wall switches may be selected from the various styles shown in Figs. 270,a, b, c, d and e.

Fig. 270,a is the two-button flush type completely enclosed in a box of non-breakable insulating material with brass beveled cover plate finished to match surrounding hardware.

Fig. 273.   Drop light attachments and lamp bases.

Fig. 273. - Drop-light attachments and lamp bases.

Fig. 270,b is a two-button flush type with brass beveled-edge cover plate finished to match surrounding hardware.

Fig. 270, c is of the removable-mechanism type with brass beveled-edge cover plate finished to match surrounding hardware.

Fig. 270,d is the single-button flush type with brass beveled-edge cover plate finished to match surrounding hardware.

Fig. 270,e is the rotary-flush type with brass beveled-edge cover plate finished to match surrounding hardware.

Pilot Lights

Switches controlling cellar, attic and porch lights may be either Fig. 270,a or b.

Fig. 270,a requires for its installation a two-gang outlet box. The ruby bull's-eye which covers the lamp is practically flush, extending from the wall no further than the buttons of the switch.

Fig. 270,6 is installed in a single-gang box. The lamp extends through the plate and is protected by a perforated cage which extends about an inch from the plate.

Wall And Ceiling Sockets

One-light ceiling receptacles may be selected from the types shown in Figs. 272,a, b, c, d and e.

Fig. 272,a is of a type to fit standard 3 1/4-inch or 4-inch . outlet boxes.

Fig. 272,6 is of the small concealed-base type.

Fig. 272,c is of the large concealed-base type.

Fig. 272, d is of the insulated-base type.

Fig. 272,e is of the porcelain-base type.

Sockets in cellars shall be made entirely of porcelain. Those in bathrooms shall be entirely of porcelain and of the pull type.

Drop Lights

Drop lights shall consist of the necessary length of reinforced cord supported by either brass or porcelain bases. Each drop cord to have an adjuster. Figs. 273,a, b, c, d, e, f, g, illustrate the various styles. Fig. 273,h is a shade holder to be used with the drop lights.