I am making a switch to control a desk light using this pilot relay. My module is plugged into a half-hot wall outlet that's controlled by a wall switch.
The module uses a momentary-on switch to energize the relay, which then holds itself closed until a momentary-off switch breaks the connection. Additionally, removing power from the module (turning off the wall switch) resets the relay so I can turn my lamp on or off from either the wall or the desk.
My question is: what is an appropriate safety feature for such a module, since the switches will be conducting 120 VAC, and my shock-intolerant fingers will be using the switches?
The switches are in an insulated housing, and there is a 3-conductor 28 AWG insulated cable connecting the switch housing to my module. Assume I am paranoid about liquid spill onto the switches or damage to the connecting cable.
Fusing the entire module wouldn't work, since it's driving up to a 10 A lighting load. I could conceivably fuse all three wires in the cable.