Do I need a single switch for each device ? or just one of this switch will control more than 6 devices x sample as a question ,
Please specifie how many switch is need to contro approx 5 or more devices
2 Answers from the Community
1 switch = 1 outlet = 1 device controlled individually. if you plug a power jack splitter into the switch outlet you can control more than 1 device however they will all be switched on or off in unison and must be below these power usage max limits.
Power Input: 120 VAC, 60Hz
Motor: 1/2 HP
- Answered by James A T from Oakland Park
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No, as long as you don't overload it. You can use a power strip to have multiple devices controlled by that one switch. HOWEVER, you can NOT control them separately. If that is your goal, you'll need more than one of these guys.
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