I have this IEC connector with an illuminated single-pole switch.
As you see above the earth, line and the neutral are mentioned. But for the switch side there is no marks so I marked them as A B and C.
Here is the catalog for this type of connectors: http://www.bulgin.com/media/bulgin/data/Power%20Entry%20Modules.pdf
If you go to page 277 you find this model named as C20 IEC Inlet.
I cannot see any kind of information how line and neutral will be wired to the illuminated switch. Is there a standard or how can I figure this out?
Let's say I would know which pin is 1 2 and 3.
There can be two ways to wire this:
Dashed gray line is when the switch is OFF. I think the pin 2 is the fixed pin.
But which configuration is better than the other one?
Btw I only tried Config 1 and the switch makes arc like sound when one turns it on.