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Socket Auto Switched Single Double Pole 10A with Safety Shutter

Catalogue Number: 10DS
sock auto sing dp 10a shutt
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Colour White Electric (WE)
  • White Electric 1 PCE


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Range of product
Standard Series
Product brand
Quantity per set
set of 1
Cover type
full cover plate
without marking
Protection type
Local signalling
without light indicator
Fixing mode
by screws
[In] rated current
10 A
[Ue] rated operational voltage
250 V AC
16 mm
115 mm
73 mm
Fixing center
84 mm
Number of poles
  • AS/NZS 3100
  • AS/NZS 3112
  • AS/NZS 3133:approval number S/1
    • Unit Type of Package 1
      Number of Units in Package 1
      Package 1 Weight
      0.08 kg
      Package 1 Height
      16 mm
      Package 1 width
      73 mm
      Package 1 Length
      115 mm
      Unit Type of Package 2
      Number of Units in Package 2
      Package 2 Weight
      0.4 kg
      Package 2 Height
      117 mm
      Package 2 width
      102 mm
      Package 2 Length
      138 mm
      Unit Type of Package 3
      Number of Units in Package 3
      Package 3 Weight
      4 kg
      Package 3 Height
      157 mm
      Package 3 width
      305 mm
      Package 3 Length
      445 mm
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      Frequently Asked Questions

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      What is the maximum bus length for the Quantum 140EIA92100 AS-i module?


            • Max length of the bus": 100m.
              Possibility to extend the bus through repeaters (+supplies): 2 repeaters max between the master and a slave (300m).
              Scan Time: 5ms with 31 stations / 10ms with 62 stations with extended profile.

      Can i get a 2m extension lead with inline rcd (955) but with 10mA trip?

      We do offer the 955RW10 which is a inline 10mA trip however it isnt prewired.

      You would need to get an electrician to wire in the lead or if you are after one that is prewired it will needs to go through as a specials quote.

      For further information please visit

      HomeSafe - Dimensions of Reed switches

      The below list are all measured in mm - all Reed Switches are Normally Closed with the magnet in place (NC)

      5460               18h x 19w x 13d
      5460FD            19(dia)
      5460FS            9.5(dia)
      5460HD            88h x 38w x 10d (cable lenght: 280)
      5460RF            78h x 73w x 27d

      What is the part code for a Phase failure RELAY to operate on 400V

      If it is to be used in a motor protection then the RM4TA02 or 32 should be used
      The 02 has a fixed 0.5s delay, the 32 has an adjustable 0.1 - 10s delay
      See attached data sheets.

      What are the features for the 4RC440SI30?

      Some of the key features are:
      • Unique new white finish for a fresh modern look
      • Base module = 18 mm wide, compact standardised and consistent module dimensions
      • Lift-up terminals. Safer ‘no hot spot’ terminations and all cable strands are locked in
      • Cable automatically guided to the correct position: terminals with guard
      • Fast closure
      • The presence of the green strip guarantees physical opening of the contacts and allows operations to be performed on the downstream circuit in complete safety
      • Same housing as AC type MCBs. Uniformity in space requirements and installation
      • Superior, safe and reliable DC breaking per pole
      • Used with marine, telecommunications, solar power, emergency power, battery power
      • Excellent breaking capability for its compact size
      • Super immune type
      • 75 mm modular spacing
      • Operating temperature: -5 to 40 deg C
      • Degree of pollution is 2
      • Rated Impulse withstand voltage is 6 kV
      For further information please visit


      How to set ATS22 to test un unloaded motor?

      Product Line:
      Altistart 22

      Shop tests, unloaded motor

      Testing the ATS with an unloaded motor, usually trips the ATS22 with SSCr.


      After entering the correct motor data, and set the LAC to ON:

       - t90 = Factory 30 but changed to 10. ( Due to No Load connected and monitor ramp acceleration. This value to be changed back or increased when in the field under actual start-up. )
      - ILt = Factor 350 changed to 200% for Shop Testing. Value to be changed in the field if Current Limit trips out.
      - tLS = Factory 15s changed to 60s for Shop Testing. ( Changed back to 15s after completion of testing. )
      - ACC = Factory 10s change to 60s for Shop Testing. ( Changed back to 10s after completion of testing. )
      - SSC = Factory On, changed to oFF. ( Using Voltage control vs. Torque. )
      - ItH = Found to be on ErUn, changed to On. ( Factory is On. )


      ION Network Time Protocol (NTP) or Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) Implementation: Why does the ION NTP time implementation only have 1 second accuracy, when NTP time synchronizing has 10ms accuracy over a public network?

      ION meters do not do NTP time synchronizing. The algorithm used is SNTP time synchronizing.

      - NTP = network time protocol

      - SNTP = simple network time protocol

      - SNTP is only +/-1sec accuracy, The 1 second accuracy number is a result of the ntp max timeout parameter, which is set to 2 seconds. This means it'll accept time-synchs with up to 1 second network delay. (round-trip)

      - No matter the amount of testing that is done, it is not possible to guarantee a time-sync accuracy of anything better than +-1 second. Even if it was possible to characterize the network, meter loading, and other factors, there is still no guarantee that it will always be that accuracy since the meter will accept 1 second old time-synchs. Therefore, the best that the meters can claim is that they will be accurate to at least 1 second. Typically, but not necessarily always, the delay will be less than 1 second.

      - True NTP time synchronizing uses multiple time servers to verify the time and control the slew rate of the PC

      - SNTP uses only one server to provide time, it then calculates the required jump to perform it, and can compensate for round trip network delay time

      - Very similar in terms of TCP/IP protocols, except for the accuracy and that SNTP does not require storing previous communication data.

      Date Created: November 27, 2009
      Last Revised: December 23, 2009
      Original Author: TO
      All content © 1992-2009 Schneider Electric

      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL200795 V1.0, Originally authored by MiNe on 12/24/2009, Last Edited by MiNe on 12/24/2009
      Related ranges: ION7550/ION7650, ION8800

      Why does the NetBotz wireless device LED stay red.


      NetBotz wireless device LED stays red.

      Product Line:

      NetBotz version 3


      NetBotz wireless sensors / pods NBSP180


      When you do a long reset button push the led goes red after 10s of holding the button in and if the button is physically stuck in the red led will stay on. This could also happen with a single push of the reset button.


      You can clear the LED by freeing the button. To free the buton, move it around or side to side using a pin or paper clip.

      EGX300 displays readings for the 100A BCM meter incorrectly by a factor of 10

      Goals and Symptoms

      The readings on the EGX web page are 10% of the actual values for the 100A BCM model.

      Facts and Changes


      EGX300, 100Amp BCM models

      Causes and Fixes

      The EGX300 firmware was initially incorrect in that it was assumed both the 50A and 100A registers maintained the same programming. This error was corrected in the EGX300 firmware 4.3 and above.

      The document for the 50A version says: "Registers 1-42 represent the real-time current for each channel (circuit) expressed in milliamps (10000 = 10.000Amps)"
      The document for the 100A version says this "Registers 1-42 represent the real-time current for each channel (circuit) expressed in 10s of milliamps (1000 = 10.00 Amps)"

      The issue has been resolved with the release of firmware version 4.3 and above. Update the firmware in the EGX300 to 4.3 or greater to resolve the issue. The firmware now separates the BCM into two different devices, one for the 50A and one for the 100A model. You will need to select the correct model type and the real time current values will be corrected.

      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL209856 V2.0, Originally authored by MaTh on 12/04/2012, Last Edited by DaFr on 06/06/2013
      Related ranges: EGX300, BCM (Branch Current Monitor)

      TwidoPort Sensitivity to Broadcast Packets

      Release Notice

      note to modify that exposure to this type of packets over a period of time will have this effect

      Goals and Symptoms

      TwidoPort modules that are subjected to high Broadcast traffic found in an office network or PC network protocol may suffer from lockup as a result it will require a manual or automatic reboot.

      • TwidoPort firmware version 2.7 or lower will require manual reboot
      • TwidoPort firmware version 2.9.9 or higher will perform an automatic reboot

      Please be aware that during lockup communications will be lost and will not resume until the module is either manual or automatically rebooted. This duration may range from 10s to 60s.

      Facts and Changes

      Although broadcast activity is a normal part of Ethernet and TCP/IP operation, excessive or unnecessary broadcast traffic should be avoided on PLC/Control network environment.

      Causes and Fixes

      Below is a list of common protocols that can cause problems:

      • ARP Address Resolution Protocol - excessive ARP traffic created due to missing device that are being polled by I/O Scanner
      • NetBIOS Broadcast NetBIOS protocol is an OSI Layer 5 (Session), protocol which manages the machine names, sessions and data delivery between them.
      • IPX/SPX Internetwork Packet Exchange/Sequenced Packet Exchange developed by Novel and is a 7 layer routable protocol.
      • NetBEUI NetBIOS Extended User Interface protocol Broadcast based peer-to-peer network protocol uses a sliding window, (adaptive send/receive message sizes), and is optimized for small LANs.

      Some of the ways that you can prevent such situation is by:
      • Connecting the TwidoPort to the network via a switch instead of using a hub. Although this may not protect the module from broadcast data it will reduce the amount of packets that the module will have to evaluate.
      • Turning on broadcast limiting on the switch. This will limit the amount of broadcast packets to which TwidoPort is exposed to. Schneider switches such as TCSESM switches support broadcast limiting feature.
      • Physically separating the control network from the office network will eliminate the office network traffic from the plant network. If physically separating the two networks is not an option then by using VLAN you can logically separate the two networks. The TCSESM switches also support VLAN configurations.

      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL184133 V2.0, Originally authored by BeCh on 05/23/2007, Last Edited by BeCh on 05/24/2007
      Related ranges: Twido

      What kind of application is this relay RM35S0MW built for? How to use it ? Is there some limitation?

      Goals and Symptoms

      What kind of application is this relay RM35S0MW built for?
      How to use it ?
      Is there some limitation?

      Facts and Changes


      Causes and Fixes

      Speed Measurement and Control Relay

      The relay counts the time between each pulse and evaluates the speed.
      This value is compared with the preset value to determine whether if the system is under or over speed. The pulse interval can vary from 0.05 seconds to 10 minutes

      The main application are escalators, monitoring of rotation speed, transporter or conveyor belt speed, pump rotation, industry process systems..

      Interval between pulses (measurement range) corresponds to frequency (Hz) and speed (rpm):
      Time Frequency (Hz) Frequency (rpm)
      0.05 to 0.5s 2 to 20 120 to 1200
      0.1 to 1s 1 to 10 60 to 600
      0.5 to 5s 0.2 to 2 12 to 120
      1 to 10s 0.1 to 1 60 to 6
      0.1 to 1 mn 0.017 to 0.178 1 to 6
      0.5 to 5 mn 0.033 to 0.33 0.2 to 2
      1 to 10 mn 0.0017 to 0.017 0.1 to 1
      A relay can only control one characteristic: Undervoltage or Overvoltage.
      You cannot do both. On the other hand, you must use 2 relays and select it with the knob N°1. Then you select the range (Knob N°3) and adjust % (Knob N°2) according to the speed to control.

      Example :
      A speed 900rpm corresponds to 15Hz(900/60) and then to a time of 0.067s. You select with the knob N°3 the time range 0.05 to 0.5s and the select 13.33% with knob N°2

      Currently, we do not have another relay that control a speed higher than 1200rpm.
      If you have a speed higher, you can use a reduction gear

      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL197713 V1.0, Originally authored by BrCa on 09/02/2009, Last Edited by BrCa on 09/02/2009
      Related ranges: Zelio Control

      What is the endurance of the storage media on the Magelis HMIBMI and HMIBSC iPC series that use eMMC?

      What is the endurance of the storage media on the Magelis HMIBMI and HMIBSC iPC series that use eMMC?

      Product Line
      Magelis iPC:
      Box PC IIoT (HMIBMI)
      IIoT Edge Box Core (HMIBSC)
      IIoT Edge Box Smart (HMIBSC)

      Physical data storage media properties

      The TBW (Total Terabytes Written - ie. the theoretical maximum amount of data that can be written to the storage device before failure in Terabytes) endurance ratings are as follows:
      32GB Capacity -> 30TBW
      64GB Capacity -> 70TBW
      128GB Capacity -> 85TBW

      Examples of typical scenarios of data-logging:

      [Scenario 1]
      Data of 100 WORD (16-bit) Variables logged every 10s would result in ~519MB of data logged per week.
      70,000,000MB ÷ 519MB/wk = 134,874 weeks
      2593 years of endurance.

      [Scenario 2]
      Data of 100 WORD (16-bit) Variables logged every second would result in ~5GB of data logged per week.
      70,000,000MB ÷ 5000MB/wk = 14,000 weeks
      269 years of endurance.
      Capacity (GB) TBW Theoretical time to failure for logging 100 WORDs (years)
      Every 10seconds Every second
      32 30 1112 115
      64 70 2594 269
      128 85 3150 327

      Though it is unlikely that the drive will fail due to reaching the limits of write endurance from data logging, it is still recommended that data logging be written to removeable media such as an SD Card, USB Memory Stick, or USB external drive in order to keep the eMMC dedicated to running Operating System separately from logging.
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