A 14 gauge (or heavier) three-wire extension cord
with a three-hole grounding receptacle and three-hole
grounding plug is is to be used for connecting the
switch to an electrical outlet.
A double insulated 14 gauge (or heavier) two-wire
extension cord with a two-hole receptacle and a
two-prong grounding plug may also be used for
connecting the switch to an electrical outlet.
DAMAGED OR WORN EXTENSION CORDS
ARE NOT TO BE USED AND ARE TO BE
The electrical cord at the back of the switch will
accept either three-hole or two-hole double insulated
The electrical receptacles at the back of the switch
will accept either three-prong or two-prong plugs from
a router or accessory.
In the event of a malfunction or breakdown,
grounding provides the path of least resistance for
electric current in order to reduce the risk of electric
shock. This switch box is equipped with an electric
cord that has an equipment grounding connector
and a grounding plug.
The extension cord must be plugged into a matching
outlet that has been installed
by a licensed
and grounded in accordance
with all local codes and ordinances.
DO NOT modify the plug from the switch if it
does not plug into the extension cord. Obtain
an extension with the proper outlet.
Improper connection of the equipment grounding
conductor can result in risk of an electric shock.
The conductor with insulation that has a green outer
surface, with or without yellow stripes, is the
equipment grounding conductor. DO NOT CONNECT
THE EQUIPMENT GROUNDING CONDUCTOR
TO A LIVE TERMINAL.
Check with a licensed electrician if the grounding
instructions are not completely understood, or if
there is doubt as to whether the electrical outlet
or extension cord is properly grounded.
DO NOT PERMIT FINGERS
TO TOUCH TERMINALS OF THE PLUG WHEN
PLUGGING IT INTO OR REMOVING IT FROM
IF NOT PROPERLY GROUNDED,
A POWER TOOL CAN PRESENT POTENTIAL
HAZARDS OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK, WHICH CAN
POSSIBLY RESULT IN SERIOUS BODILY INJURY
OR DEATH, particularly when used in a damp
location, in proximity to plumbing or out of
doors. If an electrical shock occurs, there is
always the potential of a secondary hazard,
such as your hands contacting the router bit,
or falling down or against an object.
USE THE SWITCH BOX
ONLY WHEN PROPERLY ASSEMBLED TO THE
ROUTER TABLE. USE ONLY WITH A ROUTER
WHICH HAS ALSO BEEN PROPERLY INSTALLED
ON A PROPERLY ASSEMBLED