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Screwless 10AX 1G intermediate switch – Matt white


An intermediate switch is used when you have three switches controlling one light. A typical example of this is on a landing. There is a switch at the bottom of the stairs, one at top of the stairs and one at the end of the landing. On this circuit you would need the middle switch to be intermediate (i.e. the one at the top of the stairs) in order for all the switches to function properly. Flawless Screwless low profile metal design with matching metal rocker.

  • 10AX rated
  • Screwless low profile design with built in gasket
  • Certified to EN 60669-1
  • Minimum mounting box 16mm

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EX. VAT: £6.05

100 in stock


  • Finish Matt White
  • IP20
  • Primary Voltage 230V 50Hz

Additional information

Weight 0.1705 kg


Frequently asked questions

Single Pole Switches: The most common type, used to control a single light or set of lights from one location.

Double Pole Switches: Used to control an appliance or light by disconnecting both the live and neutral wires.

Two-Way Switches: Allows control of a light from two different locations, often used in hallways and staircases.

Three-Way (Intermediate) Switches: Used in conjunction with two-way switches to control a light from three or more locations.

Dimmer Switches: Allow adjustment of light brightness.

Toggle Switches: Traditional lever-type switches.

Rocker Switches: Modern style with a flat surface that rocks back and forth.

Touch Switches: Activated by touch, often used in modern and smart homes.

Smart Switches: Can be controlled remotely via smartphone apps or voice commands.

Yes, but ensure the dimmer switch is compatible with the type of bulbs used (incandescent, halogen, LED, etc.). Check the wattage rating of the dimmer to ensure it can handle the total load of the lights.

Installations must comply with BS 7671 (IET Wiring Regulations). This includes ensuring proper wiring, correct switch rating, and appropriate placement (e.g., avoiding zones 0, 1, and 2 in bathrooms unless the switch is suitable for those zones).

Standard height for light switches is about 120-140 cm (47-55 inches) from the floor. Avoid placing switches in areas where they can be splashed with water or exposed to excessive moisture.

These indicators help identify the switch in the dark or indicate whether the switch is on or off.

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