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Twin Switch Socket Outlet, 250V, 10A, Skirt Mount, Safety Shutter

Catalogue Number: 16/2S
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Colour: White Electric
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • Black 1 PCE
  • White Electric 1 PCE
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Specifications

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Product brand
Clipsal
Range of product
Standard Series
Control type
ON/OFF button
Number of gangs
2 gangs
Pin number
3
Number of power socket outlets
2
Actuator
  • switch
  • rocker
    • Mounting position
      horizontal
      Fixing mode
      by screws
      Local signalling
      without light indicator
      Material
      plastic
      Surface finish
      glossy
      [Ue] rated operational voltage
      250 V AC
      [In] rated current
      10 A
      Depth
      18 mm
      Length
      168 mm
      Width
      45 mm
      Fixing center
      145 mm
      Distance between centers
      145 mm
      Standards
    • AS/NZS 3100
    • AS/NZS 3112
    • AS/NZS 3133:approval number S/1
      • Sustainable offer status
        Green Premium product
        EU RoHS Directive
        Compliant
        Mercury free
        Yes
        RoHS exemption information
        Yes
        China RoHS Regulation
        Product out of China RoHS scope. Substance declaration for your information
        Environmental Disclosure
        ENVPEP120506EN
        Circularity Profile
        N/A

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        Frequently Asked Questions

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        Is a blanking plate available for 16/2?

        No. Unfortunately,there is no blank plate available for 16/2.

        Is there a mounting block for 16/2, skirting mount, double power point?

        No, unfortunately the mounting block to suit 16/2 is not available for for the skirting mout double power point.

        For further inforation on our product range please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade
         

        Is there a mounting block for the 16/2?

        No, there is not.

        What would be the part number for an Earth Clip, 16/20 mm.

        203M.
        Pressed Metal Conduit Fittings, Earth Clips, Water pipe adjustable earth clip 15 - 20mm or 1/2 - 3/4 inch.
        Please see following link under the documentation tab for full catalogue.
        https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=203M

        What is the double gpo that can be fed separately?

        The C2016/2 is independantly fed where for the outlets on the 16/2 are fed from the same supply. see attachments

        Are there skirting mounted Single power points in classic series?

        No, in that particular series there is only a skirting mounted double power point avaliable. The part number for that is C2016/2. However in the standard series there is a skirting mounted Single power point aswell as skirting mounted double power point. The part number for the skirting mounted Single power point is 16 and the part number for the skirting mounted double power point is 16/2.

        Are the socket outlets indivually wired in the 16/2mf?

        Yes they are.

        What is the wall box to suit the B4/30/2 ?

         The part number for the wall box is 164/2

        Does the PDL switch mech 687M10 switch DC 12/24 volts?

        The switch mech 687M10 is not tested on DC switching and is NOT rated for DC circuits.

        What is the mounting bracket to suit Prestige large format plates?

        Part number 156/2 can be used on all Prestige large format plates.

        What bracket is used to suit the larger Prestige range.

        The bracket would be the 156/2.
        This is also available in a wall box version as a157/2.
        Please see below documentation for more information.
        https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=156/2

        What is the dimension of 90BD2 insulating shroud?

        The dimension of 90BD2 insulating shroud is 105mm(length) 78mm(width) 65mm(depth). 90BD2 insulating shroud, large type format, deep type, meets double insulation requirements (suits 156/2 metal brackets).
        For further information, please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=90BD2
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        - Does the 30USBCM fit into 2025XA and C2025XA

        Yes it will fit into 2025XA / C2025XA, with the following mounting hardware only: 154, 154RM, 154/1, 155NAR, 155VNAR, 155PRM, 156/2, 157, 164, 449A. Will not fit SC2025XA / 25XA. ( Also please note that it will need to be placed into plate in vertical configuration)
        For more information on the 30USBCM please visit the Clipsal web site or click  link provided .https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=30usbcm

        How to configure the SRC 5,6,8 & 10 KVA UPS Models External Battery Packs using the LCD display

        Issue:

        Configuration of SRC battery packs via the LCD display

        Product Line:

        Smart-UPS Online

        Environment:

        All SRC models, All Serial Numbers

        Cause:

        Batteries need to  be manually added to the UPS in order for the unit to properly calculate runtime

        Resolution:
         

        Procedure for Configuring the number of battery strings through the display interface or LCD menus:


        1. Press the Enter key to select the main menu.

        2. Scroll down to configuration.

        3. Press the enter key to select configuration. 

        4. Scroll down to battery setup by number of battery pack. 

        5. Enter the correct number of attached battery packs.


        In order to setup the external battery packs, please key in as (Ah of battery) x (total number of batteries).

        Example 1:   If there are 16pcs of 5Ah battery in series (for 5kVA), the total Ah number is 5Ahx16pcs=80Ah.
        Example 2:   If there are 16 pcs of 100 AH batteries in series(for 5 KVA), the total AH number is 100 AH x 16 pcs=1600 AH
        Example 3:   If there are 2 strings of 16pcs of 5Ah battery in series (for 5kVA), the total Ah number is 5Ahx16pcsx2 strings=160Ah.
          
        The 80Ah inside the table is the default setting for 5kVA/6kVA (1 EXB: 16pcs of 5Ah battery)
        The default setting for 8kVA is 140Ah (1 EXB: 20pcs of 7Ah battery)
        The default setting for 10kVA is 180Ah (1 EXB: 20pcs of 9Ah battery).
          
        If “Ext total battery Ah” is set as 0, it means there is no external battery connected. 
         
                

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        What is the XNDF3025 ?

        Goals and Symptoms

        What is the XNDF3025 ?

        Facts and Changes

        XNDF3025
        Textile industry

        Causes and Fixes

        Updated resolution.
        XNDF3025 "was" an electronic sensor for textile applications.
        XND range is no more manufactured by =S= (Telemecanique) since 1991.
        Nowadays, we do not have any product for textile industries; we have left the market, but the PRODUCTS are made now, by the following company :
        = FIL CONTROL =
        Post address : Le Plantier, 16220 MONTBRON, FRANCE
        Phone :33-5-45-23-93-75.....................Fax :33-5-45-23-93-85
        Email : textile@filcontrol.com
        Web site : www.filcontrol.com


        Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL183852 V1.0, Originally authored by FrDa on 04/26/2007, Last Edited by FrDa on 04/26/2007
        Related ranges: XZ

        Is there a skirting mount double power outlet rated to 15A, 250V?

        Unfortunately not, we do not have skirting mount double power outlet rated to 250V 15A .

        In 15A , 250V, skirting mount, we have the following options:

        16/15 -  Single Power Outlet 250V 15A, Skirting Mount, Plate size 98 x 41mm at centre.
        For further information, please visit
        https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=16/15

        16/2MF1510 - Double Power Outlet 250V 15A and 10A combination, Skirting Mount, suits ducting (156.5 x 44mm).
        For further information, please visit
        https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=16/2MF1510

         

        How to Read the Protection Function Setting From SEPAM 20, 40, or 80 via Modbus Communication

        Issue
        User needs to read protection function settings from Sepam 20, 40, or 80 via Modbus communication

        Product Line
        Sepam series 20
        Sepam series 40
        Sepam series 80

        Environment
        Communications

        Resolution
        It is possible for the third party software application to read the current configuration on Sepam 20, 40 and 80. PMC Modbus is used in this example to explain the method to read the configuration via Modbus Channel.

        Please refer to the following procedure for reading the configuration setting via Modbus Channel

        1. Check the Function Identifier of the corresponding ANSI Protection Function. Please refer to the attachment for the information of the Function Identifier.
        2. Write the Function Identifier to the Modbus address 8321d. 
          • For example, to read the configuration of ANSI46 Negative Sequence / unbalance from SEPAM 20, the Function Code is 03 and the Unit Number is 01. Therefore, write the value 0301h into Modbus address 8321d

             
        3. Read the modbus address from 8193d to 8201d (9 words)
          ​​
           
        4. The meaning of the reading value is
        • a) This protection function is enabled (Modbus Address 8194 and 8195)
          b) IDMT Curve is selected (Modbus Address 8196 and 8197)
          c) Is set Point = 48% Ib (Modbus Address 8198 and 8199)
          d) Tripping Time Delay = 160ms (Modbus Address 8200 and 8201)

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        Can I use the XW+ AGS as stand-alone?

         The Auto Gen Start is not designed for stand-alone operation. It does not function in a simple system containing only an Auto Gen Start and a generator. The Auto Gen Start requires several other components for configuration and operation.

        Generator - The generator should have automatic starting capability. Some manufacturers of generators without this capability may sell an optional automatic engine control module that will simplify operation with the Auto Gen Start. The generator should also supply a Generator Run signal, which the Auto Gen Start uses to detect whether the generator is running. Some generator manufacturers refer to this signal as the hour meter signal or Switched B+.
        NOTE : Firmware revisions 2.3 and later do not require a dedicated run signal, rather it uses the presence of AC (AC2 input) to verify the generator has started. Type14 does not monitor a run signal at all.

        Control panel - A separate control panel is required to configure the Auto Gen Start and monitor generator starting and stopping activity. The control panel also provides real-time clock information for the Auto Gen Start Quiet Time and Exercise Time features.

        Network power : The Auto Gen Start requires a Xanbus power supply to operate. Network power is carried by the network cables, and is supplied by the inverter/charger. As a device that draws network power, the Auto Gen Start consumes a maximum of 3 watts.
         
        Start and stop triggers - The Auto Gen Start requires a source of start and stop triggers for automatic operation. These triggers can come from:
        • Thermostat 12/24 V input.
        • Battery voltage, state of charge, and inverter load status. This information is transmitted over the network by the inverter/charger.
         

        What is the difference between a two speed single winding and two speed two winding starter?

        Issue:
        What is the difference between a two speed single winding and two speed two winding starter?

        Product Line:
        8810 Multispeed Magnetic Starters

        Environment:
        Products sold and used in the United States

        Cause:
        Selecting a two speed starter

        Resolution:

        Multispeed motors are available in two basic versions:

        1) separate winding, and 2) consequent pole. A separate winding motor has a winding

        for each speed while a consequent pole motor has a winding for every two speeds

        (three-speed motors have two windings). The motor connections (and thus the types of

        controllers) for two speed starters are exemplified by the schematic diagrams shown in

        Table 16.22. Note that consequent pole two-speed controllers involve a 5-pole and a 3-

        pole starter, while separate winding controllers have two 3-pole starters.

        Verify the type of motor before ordering. Field modification of starters to match the

        motor may not

        be possible.

        Separate winding motors are usually chosen when flexibility is important, since the

        speeds of a consequent pole motor are usually limited to a 2/1 ratio; a broad range of

        speeds can be obtained on a separate winding motor.

        Both separate winding and consequent pole motors are available in three types:

        1) constant horsepower, 2) constant torque, and 3) variable torque. Table 16.21 shows

        typical applications for these different types of motors.

        NOTE: For detailed information involving the technical aspects


         

        Changing the Language of the Symmetra PowerView RM Display


        Issue

        I need to change the language displayed by my PowerView RM display interface


        Product Line

        Symmetra Power Array
        Symmetra RM
        Symmetra LX
        Symmetra PX
        Smart-UPS VT
        Smart-UPS RT 15/20 kVA
        PowerView display interface


        Environment

        All serial ranges


        Cause

        The display defaults to using the English language.  The user may opt to display the information in a different language.


        Resolution

        You can change the language by downloading new firmware into the PowerView RM interface. French, German, Italian, and Spanish are available on the enclosed CD. Support for additional languages may be available on the CD or at the APC Web site (https://www.apc.com). Product documentation in these languages also appears on the CD or at the APC Web site.  To change the language of the interface, perform the following steps in the order given.


        1. Disconnect the PowerView RM from the UPS.

        2. Disconnect the data cable from the RJ-45 port of the PowerView RM.

        3. Connect the programming cable (included, APC part number 940-0082) between PowerView RM and the UPS data cable:
        a. Attach the RJ-45 connector to the port on the rear of the PowerView RM interface.
        b. Connect the female DB-9 connector of the programming cable to a serial port on the computer. The downloading computer must have access either to the file on the CD provided with PowerView RM or to the APC Web site.
        c. Attach the UPS data cable to the female RJ-45 connector on the programming cable.

        4. Locate the language program file to be downloaded into PowerView RM. Each language program file appears on the CD under the folder of its language(Français, Español, etc.) with a .bin extension. Program files for additional language support or code updates may be available on the APC Web site.

        5. Place the PowerView interface in programming mode by pressing simultaneously the three keys on the right (Escape, Help, and Enter) for about three seconds, until the interface emits a long beep. The LCD will display the Programming screen. To leave the Programming screen before starting a file transfer (step 6), press Esc until it beeps (about one second).

        6. Start HyperTerminal or another terminal emulation program on the computer. Set the communication parameters to 8 bits, no parity, no flow control, 1 stop bit, and 19,200 bps. After establishing a connection, use the Xmodem protocol to transfer the language program file from the CD or your download folder to PowerView RM. When the file transfer is complete, the PowerView RM interface will reset itself and display the Startup screen in the new language. If the file transfer fails, the interface will reset itself. Retry the file transfer by repeating steps 5 and 6.

        7. Quit the terminal session. Disconnect the programming cable and reconnect the UPS data cable to the PowerView RM RJ-45 port.

        8. Affix the PowerView RM to the UPS.