Have you ever heard of cord switches or cord dimmers? Admittedly, this term is not very widespread, but only describes those mobile and movable switching devices that are directly supplied with an electrical line and also pass their signals on via this electrical line. A classic example is the desk lamp. The switch is usually located somewhere on the supply line and controls the on and off of the lamp. Devices of this type are available in a large number of versions, both as switches and dimmers, as models for operation by hand and models for operation with the foot. These are then called pedal switches and are typically found on the supply lines of floor lamps. If you would like to install a new switchgear on a "cord" or replace a defective part, you will definitely find the right article or the right spare part here in the eibabo online shop. If you decide to use a dimmer, please make sure that the lamp is also suitable for dimming.
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