Federal Signal SW300 Switch Control

Federal Signal SW300 Switch Control

Federal Signal SW300 Switch Control Federal Signal

Federal Signal SW300 Switch Control

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Six lighted single-pole, single-throw rocker switches handle all your lighting from a single, versatile, control.

Switch 1: A 40-amp circuit for Rotating Lights. Pre-wired to a 40-amp relay and thermal lockout type self-resetting circuit breaker to give you plenty of capacity and the protection you need for your most important, most power-hungry circuit.

Switches 2–6: 20-amps each for auxiliary lighting. These high capability lighted rocker switches are individually protected by 20-amp automotive blade-type fuses mounted on the back of the switch control housing, in the same sequence as the switches, for easy access and simple replacement. Plastic legends above the switches are backlit with a soft green glow that makes each visible at night without glare. It includes legends specifically designed for police and fire applications. They can be easily popped out and replaced when control functions change.


  • Provides complete control of up to six lighting functions
  • Mounts flush to Federal Signal PA300 siren.
  • 12 Police and Fire legends included.
  • Legends are backlit for easy nighttime viewing.
  • Fully fused circuitry designed for easy access.


  • Height 2.2 in (5.6 cm)
  • Width 6.1 in (15.5 cm)
  • Depth 4.9 in (12.4 cm)

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    does it work with any light bar
    Asked on 5/18/2013 by IRISH77 from collingdale Pa

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      This should work on any system, the switch's are rated at 20 amp, and there's a 40 amp circuit breaker built into box. As long as you don't over load it you should be good to go

      Answered on 5/21/2013 by Butch
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