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These can also be called 1 pole 3 way, both names describe the same but this second way gives also the accurate description of "inputs" and "outputs"
so you can also find:
•1 pole 12 way
•2 pole 6 way
•3 pole 4 way
•4 pole 3 way etc.
It probably can not be done any other way. I just thought I would throw that out for any possible suggestions.
I have very limited space where I will install this and it needs to only have 3 positions on the switch as I most likely will not be able to see this but will have to go by "feel" of the switch.
Any ideas where I could get such a switch?