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How do I tell the difference between the Standard Test Switch/Pilot Light (ELA TSPLP) and the Test Switch/Pilot Light (ELA TSPLP SD) used with the Power Sentry Self Diagnostic Module (PSSD)?

ELA TSPLP

The test switch/pilot light that is provided with all of the Power Sentry Quick Disconnect (QD) and Power Sentry Damp Wet (DW) series of products is
identified as the ELA TSPLP. This test switch/pilot light is a single color LED and is always RED in color when lit. There are two ways to visually identify this switch in the field.


(1) When looking into the push button while the switch is NOT lit the LED in the “barrel” of the clear push button will appear to be RED or PINK in color.
(2) The four pin plug that the black and white wires from the test switch/pilot terminate in has a WHITE jumper wire that shorts the other two pins of the four pin plug.


ELA TSPLP SD


The test switch/pilot light that is provided with the PSSD module will NOT operate properly if plugged directly into the test switch/pilot light connection of the Power Sentry products. This test switch/pilot light will only work when plugged into the Power Sentry Self Diagnostic module. This test switch/pilot light is a bi-color LED that can be RED or GREEN in color when lit. There are two ways to visually identify this switch in the field.


(1) When looking into the push button while the switch is NOT lit the LED in the “barrel” of the clear push button will appear to be WHITE or show NO COLOR when looking at it.
(2) The four pin plug that the black and white wires from the test switch/pilot terminate in has a BLACK jumper wire that shorts the other two pins of the four pin plug.

Note:  When using the PSSD module with a Power Sentry product the user can disable the audible alarm of the PSSD module by cutting the BLACK jumper at the four pin plug of the ELA TSPLP SD.

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