sock auto sing 10a 250v l/flap

Automatic Single Socket Outlet, 250VAC, 10A, Panel Mount, Security Flap

Catalogue Number: 10PL
sock auto sing 10a 250v l/flap
Retail
$169.24*
RRP (Inc. GST)
Colour White Electric (WE)
  • White Electric 1 PCE
  • Red 1 PCE

Specifications

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Range of product
Standard Series
Product brand
Clipsal
Quantity per set
set of 1
Cover type
full cover plate
Marking
without marking
Local signalling
without light indicator
Device mounting
flush
Fixing mode
by screws
[In] rated current
10 A
[Ue] rated operational voltage
250 V AC
Depth
22 mm
Length
115 mm
Width
73 mm
Fixing center
84 mm
Number of poles
1
Standards
  • AS/NZS 3100
  • AS/NZS 3112
  • AS/NZS 3133:approval number S/1
    • EU RoHS Directive
      Compliant

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      Frequently Asked Questions

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      Is the 10PL lockable?

      Yes, the 10PL is lockable via a Phillips head screwdriver.

      For more information, please refer to the link:
      https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=10PL 

      Is there a water proof version of the 10PL lockable tamper proof outlet?

      No. unfortunately this part doesnt exist.

      For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade

      What is part number for 10PL in 15amp?

      The part number 10PL15 is not  standard  however it can be made as a special.

      For more information on this part please refer to https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=10PL

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      Is part no 10PL available in 15amp

      Part no 10PL15 is not a standard part  however it is available as a special

      for more information on this part please refer to https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=10PL

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      How to Enable /Disable a ClearSCADA internal logic Execution

      Sometimes, it is needed to stop executing a certain ClearSCADA logic without removing the entire logic object. This can be done by one of the following approaches:
           1- 
      Editing your logic object properties to make it out of service and to make the Execution interval 0 Seconds like below images:
      • Right click on your target logic object and select Edit properties as below:
      • Clear “In Service” box and set the execution interval to 0. Save and close.
       
      2- Creating a Mimic button with an Action Method and disable execution for the needed logic as following:
      • Create a new mimic button and double click on. click on “Pick Action” and select “Method” then Click Next as below:
      • Select your target logic that you need to disable:
      • @ Method field select “Disable Execution”
      • Then click Next,Finish and finally Save.
      Notes
      • You can also create another button for enabling the logic back again by selecting “Enable Execution” just like the previous step.
      • The previous approach will stop the logic program from executing, however it still loads the logic into the execution queue. The contents of the logic never execute while execution is disabled. If you need to stop the logic to be loaded into the execution queue as well then you need to open its properties- described in first approach- to set the Execution Interval to 0.

      Momentum Relay Module Load Snubbing Requirement

      Goals and Symptoms

      What protective circuitry is required for Momentum relay output modules when switching inductive loads?

      Causes and Fixes

      To reduce the effects of radiated noise, it is required that snubbing components be added across inductive load devices.
      For AC circuits, rule of thumb is to add a 50 ohm resistor in series with a 0.47microfarad non-polarized capacitor across the load. Minimum component ratings would be 200VAC for 120VAC powered loads and 400VAC for 220VAC powered loads.

      For DC circuits, rule of thumb is to add a reverse biased clamping diode across the load. Component rating should
      be 2A minimum and greater than twice the maximum load voltage.

      Relay and contactor manufacturer catalogs can be consulted for commercial suppression devices matched to their
      particular PRODUCTS.

      Units affected are:

      170ADM39030 10pt IN/8pt Relay OUT Module Base
      170ADM39030C 10pt IN/8pt Relay OUT Module Base Conformally Coated
      170ARM37030 24VDC 10pt IN/8pt Relay OUT Module Base (120VAC Powered)
      170ARM37030C 24VDC 10pt IN/8pt Relay OUT Module Base (120VAC Powered) Conformally Coated


      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL163742 V2.0, Originally authored by on , Last Edited by on
      Related ranges: Modicon Momentum

      VAMP 10L module showing error light

      Issue
      After connecting a VAMP 10L (VAM10LSE) module to a VAMP 321 the error light is illuminated.

      Product Line
      VAMP 321
      VAMP ARC Flash Modules

      Cause
      The VAMP module must be configured to talk to the VAMP 321. Until this communication connection is established the VAMP 10L module will be in an error status. (This is also for any other ARC Flash Module)

      Resolution
      Connect to the VAMP 321 using the VAMPset software. Navigate to the ARC Protection screen, then click on the Install arc sensors and I/O units > select install, then write the changes to the VAMP 321. The VAMP 321 will locate all I/O devices along with any connected sensors.

      VAMP 321 arc flash sensors no longer functions after connecting a VAMP 10L module

      Issue
      After connecting a VAMP 10L module to the VAMP 321 relay the VAMP 321 arc flash sensors no longer triggers a trip.

      Product Line
      VAMP 321
      VAM10L

      Cause    
      This issue may be caused by connecting the VAMP 10L module to the VAMP 321 incorrectly.

      Resolution
      Verify that the communication port on the VAMP 321 matches that on the VAMP 10L. If they do not match correct this then reconfigure the connection under the ARC Protection screen within VAMPset and write these changes to the VAMP 321. Finally confirm functionality.

      Cannot update OpenJDK version used by PowerChute Network Shutdown for Mac OS X using the Java Update feature

      Issue:
      Cannot update the Open JDK version using the Java Update feature in the About Box.
         
      Product:
      PowerChute Network Shutdown v4.3

      Environment: 
      PowerChute v4.3, Mac OSX

      Solution:

      To change the version of OpenJDK used by PowerChute after updating the JDK you must uninstall PowerChute and re-install after installing the required version of Open JDK.

      NOTE: PowerChute Network Shutdown running on Mac OSX uses the system / pre-installed JDK. PowerChute for Mac OSX is not bundled with a JDK. For more information see the PowerChute installation guide attached. 

      Using Zentyal Linux FreeRADIUS along with APC Network Management Card Devices


      Issue

      Using Zentyal Linux FreeRADIUS along with APC Network Management Card Devices


      Product Line

      • Network Management Card 1 - AP9617, AP9618, AP9619

      Devices with an embedded Network Management Card 1 include (but are not limited to): Metered/Switched Rack PDUs (AP78XX, AP79XX), Rack Automatic Transfer Switches (AP77XX, Environmental Monitoring Units (AP9320, AP9340, NetBotz 200)

      • Network Management Card 2 - AP9630/AP9630CH, AP9631/AP9631CH, AP9635/35CH
      Devices with an embedded Network Management Card 2 include (but are not limited to): 2G Metered/Switched Rack PDUs (AP86XX, AP88XX, AP89XX), Certain Audio/Video Network Management Enabled products.

       

      Environment

      • v3.X.X AOS or higher
      • All serial numbers
      • RADIUS users

      Cause

      These instructions are provided as a guide for users utilizing FreeRADIUS v2.1.10, specifically performed on Zentyal Linux 3.3. Other FreeRADIUS installations may benefit from these instructions but have not been specifically tested.


      Resolution


      Step 1: Creating users
      • Go to the office tab on the left hand pane->User and Computers->Manage. Add the users here:

       

      (setting the users passwords here means that you do not have to declare the passwords in the users file)



      Step 2: Adding the RADIUS client
      • Go to Gateway->RADIUS Under General Configuration you need to add the RADIUS client (the IP/device you want to use RADIUS Authentication on).

       

      • Give your Client a name and enter in the IP address of the device you wish to add. You also add the Shared Secret password in this section.  Click on Add to finish adding the RADIUS client. Your RADIUS client is added to the list of RADIUS Clients now.

       




      Step 3: Adding your RADIUS Server to your APC device

      • Log into the interface of your APC Network Management Card enabled device. In this example, we will do the configuration via the web interface. It can also be completed via telnet or SSH depending on your model and firmware version.
        • v3.X.X, v5.X.X firmware:  Go to the Administration tab->Security->RADIUS->and modify one of the default server configurations.
        • v6.X.X firmware: Go to the Configuration->Security->Remote Users->RADIUS and modify one of the default server configurations.
       
      • Enter in the details of the RADIUS Server and the username/password and check the credentials (the username you test here is one that you added to your user section in Step 1).  By default, the user will have read-only access.


      (Example below from v3.X.X or v5.X.X firmware, v6.X.X interface will look similar but is green and white)


       

      Once the RADIUS server is added correctly you will see the following:
       






      Step 4: SSH into your FreeRADIUS server

       

      • When you SSH into your FreeRADIUS server, check the clients.conf file to make sure your devices are listed there. The location of the clients.conf file is under /etc/freeradius. You can see the Shared Secret password in this file for the particular device you added as a RADIUS Client.


       

      • Check the contents of the dictionary.apc file under /usr/share.dictionary.apc.

       


       




      Step 5: Modifying your Users file for specify users

      • Navigate to /etc/freeradius. Type nano users on the command prompt. (This command will allow you to edit the file).

      The below example screenshot of the users file indicates that userA has Administrator access. User apc has device access. All other users not defined in this file have read only access.
       


       

      • Once you have edited the file, restart the FreeRADIUS service to make sure the syntax is correct. To restart the service, enter the following command:

       


       

      It will show the following if no errors exist:
       


       


      Once all the above steps have been performed, log into one of the devices you added as a RADIUS client and test to verify it is authenticating properly.


       

      Can my project name be letters instead of numbers?

      You can use any combination of letters and numbers as long as the full order reference does not exceed *18 digits.

      What does ‘complete order’ mean?

      Complete order is a functionality you can turn on if you prefer to receive all the items in one delivery from your local distribution centre and one from Sydney. We will ship your order only when all the items become available
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