Single Switch Socket Outlet, 250V, 10A, Standard Size, Vertical

White Electric | Single Switch Socket Outlet, 250V, 10A, Standard Size, Vertical

Single Switch Socket Outlet, 250V, 10A, Standard Size, Vertical

Item Number: 15V-WE

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Range of product

Standard Series

Product or component type

switched socket

Product brand


Surface finish


Sustainable offer status

Green Premium product


Control type

ON/OFF button

Number of gangs

1 gang

Pin number


Number of power socket outlets



  • rocker
  • switch
    • Fixing mode

      by screws

      Local signalling

      without light indicator

      Mounting position


      [Ue] rated operational voltage

      250 V AC

      [In] rated current

      10 A


      14 mm


      115 mm


      73 mm

      Fixing center

      84 mm


    • AS/NZS 3100
    • AS/NZS 3112
    • AS/NZS 3133
    • AS/NZS 3000:approval number S/1
      • REACh Regulation

        Free of Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold

        EU RoHS Directive


        Mercury free


        RoHS exemption information


        China RoHS Regulation

        Product out of China RoHS scope. Substance declaration for your information

        Environmental Disclosure




        PC (polycarbonate)


        Unit Type of Package 1


        Number of Units in Package 1


        Package 1 Weight

        70.4 g

        Package 1 Height

        30 mm

        Package 1 width

        72 mm

        Package 1 Length

        115 mm

        Unit Type of Package 2


        Number of Units in Package 2


        Package 2 Weight

        0.45 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

        9 kg

        Package 3 Height

        254 mm

        Package 3 width

        348 mm

        Package 3 Length

        445 mm
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        What does the Y mean at the end of the ATS48 part number?


        Product Line:
        Altistar 48

        Altistart 48


        ATS48 has a control supply and a power supply.

        On  the Y range, you have a control supply that is 110-220 and the power supply is 208-690V. Y range is dedicated for the US market, with NEC standard soft starter that must be protected against the current unbalance.  Y range has three current sensors,. There are only 2 on the Q range (one more OLF on the Y range).

        On Q range, the control supply is 220-415V and the power supply is 230-415V.

        What causes an internal fault on the ATV66 drives?

        ATV66 internal fault causes.

        Product Line:
        Altivar ATV66


        The +15vdc and - 15vdc power supplies are below +/- 11.5vdc

        Before making any voltage checks make sure you have removed mains voltage from L1 L2 and L3 and install single phase voltage (mains power) into CL1 CL2 minus any jumpers.

        Check the +/- 15vdc supplies on J9 connector pins 3, 4 and 5
        Pin 4 is 0v
        Pin 3 is -15vdc
        Pin 4 is +15vdc

        if any of these voltages are below +/- 11.5vdc you will get the internal fault code.

        Possible problems: can be
        LEM's or CT's might be shorting out power supplies
        Shorted gate driver boards
        Shorted or inoperative power board


        What is the code for a 415VAC coil for a LC1D40A Contactor?

        The part number is LXD3N7.


        For more information visit the following link:

        What is the replacement for CA2DN31E7?

        The replacement for CA2DN31E7 is CAD32E7

        CAD32E7 has 48V AC coil.

        Other coil voltages are :

        AC = 24V-B7, 32V-C7, 48V-E7, 110V-F7, 220-M7, 240V-U7, 415V-N7

        DC = 12V-JD, 24V-BD, 48V-ED, 110V-FD, 220V-MD


        What is the voltage rating for the PDL 501?

         The PDL 501 has a voltage rating of 415V AC

        Data Sheet

        Why can't I use a domestic model APC UPS on a ship


        In North America, one would expect to see approximately 120 volts when
        measuring from hot to neutral and from hot to ground. However, large ships
        use delta power. That is, there are two hot legs (center tapped 120Vac) and a
        ground: no neutral. Each hot is 60 volts. One can measure from hot to hot
        (phase to phase) and will see 120 volts. When measuring from either hot to
        ground, one will see 60 volts.

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        All models with the "X93" suffix (IE: SU700X93, SUA1500X93)


        Standard North American Smart-UPS are designed for a 3 wire input comprised of a 120v Hot, Neutral, and Ground.


        For this environment, APC has the Smart-UPS X93 Shipboard Series. A standard
        120Vac model should not be used on a ship with delta power. When a 120Vac
        APC UPS transfers to battery, it supplies 115V +/-5V on the hot leg. Herein
        lies the problem with standard models on ships. According to the National
        Electric Code, the neutral leg must be passed through the standard UPS
        units without interruption. As a result, it is possible that 180Vrms may be
        passed to the load when switching to battery (120Vac from the UPS inverter on
        one phase and 60 volts from the ship on the second phase). Most computers have
        power supplies that accept a wide range of input voltage; therefore, they would
        not be affected by the voltage jump. However, if the load has any common mode
        suppression (i.e. 150Vac MOVs), then the load may be affected.

        Input to the X93 units is two hot legs at 60Vac each. The output is one hot
        120Vac leg, a neutral and a ground. The primary differences between the X93
        unit and the domestic are that the site wiring fault circuit is disabled, a
        double pole breaker replaces the single pole breaker at the input, and a triple
        pole switch is added that can disconnect the incoming AC as well as the bias
        supplies in the UPS (it won't turn on anymore). The X93 does not break both
        line and neutral unless the input breaker is tripped. If it just goes to
        battery, the output and input neutral are still continuous. The ground and
        neutral are not connected by the UPS so unless the neutral is bonded to ground
        on the ship at the supply or load, one will not necessarily measure 0 volts from
        neutral to ground at the output of the UPS.

        Note: A customer who has decided to use a domestic model on a ship producing
        delta power aware that  the ship must have over current protection (fuse or circuit breaker)
        in each hot leg. This is because a fault within the UPS (highly unlikely) from neutral
        (whichever hot leg corresponds to the neutral) to ground is not protected by
        the UPS's circuit breaker. Without this branch protection on the ship, such a
        fault within the UPS could be dangerous because fault current is not limited.
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