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General Accessories Panel Mount Outlet Square, 10A, 1.0mm RP Socket

General Accessories Panel Mount Outlet Square, 10A, 1.0mm RP Socket

General Accessories Panel Mount Outlet Square, 10A, 1.0mm RP Socket

Item Number: 194

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$36.74
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Specifications

Design

Range of product

PDL

Product brand

Clipsal

Physical

Quantity per set

set of 1

Marking

without marking

Local signalling

without light indicator

Mounting support

panel

[In] rated current

10 A

[Ue] rated operational voltage

250 V AC

Standards

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

      Cover type

      complete housing

      Package 1 Weight

      0.001 kg
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      Frequently Asked Questions

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      How do you fix Socket error when enabling Dali Mapping in PICED?

      DALI mapping

      5080CTC Colour V2/3 touch screen controlling dalicontrol

       

       

      If having socket error when enabling Dali Mapping

      Go into window services and stop Dalibuilding scheduler


       

      How hot can circuit breakers get? What is the temperature of a molded case breaker?

      Issue:
      What is the temperature of a molded case breaker?

      Product Line:
      Circuit Breakers

      Resolution:
      The acceptable operating temperature of a circuit breaker is defined by UL in the UL489 standard (June 2011), which is listed below.
      • Terminations for standard rated breakers: UL 489 Paragraph 7.1.4.2.2 says the temperature rise on a wiring terminal at a point to which the insulation of a wire is brought up as in actual service shall not exceed 50°C (122°F).
      • Terminations for 100% rated breakers: UL489 Paragraph 7.1.4.3.3 says the temperature rise on the termination shall not exceed 60°C (140°F).
      • Handles, knobs, and other user surfaces: UL489 Paragraph 7.1.4.1.6 says the maximum temperature on handles, knobs, and other surfaces subject to user contact during normal operation shall not exceed 60°C (140°F) on metallic and 85°C (185°F) on nonmetallic surfaces.

      Table 1: Summary of temperature rise and maximums for a standard rated breaker (breakers are calibrated in 40 deg. C ambient)
      SurfaceTemp. Rise above ambientTemp. Max at 40 deg. C ambient (104 F)
      Termination on standard rated breaker50°C (122°F)90°C (194°F)
      Termination on 100% rated breaker60°C (140°F)100°C (212°F)
      Handles, knobs, other user contact surfaces - MetallicN/A60°C (140°F) Maximum
      Handles, knobs, other user contact surfaces - NonmetallicN/A85°C (185°F) Maximum


      The heat that is generated from inside the breaker comes from the contacts and the bimetal, which are typically the hottest parts within the breaker, and the temperature in the current path gets cooler the closer to the bus or cable, which function as heat sinks. Therefore, the sides or bottom of the breaker can be hotter than the terminations. Each breaker family or frame will have its own heating characteristics due to different designs. Smaller frames tend to run hotter on the side of the breaker than do larger frames, since the side of the breaker is much closer to the heat generators within the breaker.

      If your breaker is operating within the temperature rise and maximum values in Table 1, then the breaker should be operating normally.

      If you still believe the breaker is suspect and are concerned that the breaker may nuisance trip, then it is recommended you hire Schneider Electric Field Services (Square D Services) to primary injection test the breaker to determine whether or not the breaker performs per its Characteristic Tripping Curve.

       

      What are the dimensions of the PDL194 socket?

      Height = 41.8 mm
      Width = 48.2 mm
      Cutout of 38x32 ​
       

      What is the overall dimension and wall box dimension of 20/30/162/5, 20 gang switch plate, 4 rows of 5, stainless steel?

      The dimensions of 20/30/162/5, 20 gang switch plate, 4 rows of 5, stainless steel is as follows:
      Overall dimension: 257mm(L) x 215mm(W)
      Wall box dimension: 232(W) x 194(H) x 58mm(D)
      For further information, please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=20/30/162/5
       

      Is the Airflow exhaust fan WE200 available?

      No unfortunately the WE200 has been discontinued. However, the alternative is 7007A.
      Some of the key features are:
      • BCA axial fan
      • High performance air movement
      • Low noise level
      • One person installation
      • 245 x 245 mm overall intake
      • 4 - 32 mm window depth
      • 172 mm diameter duct
      • 213 mm diameter cut-out hole
      • Pull-cord shutter operation
      • 1 speed
      • Sleeve bearing motor
      For further information please find https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=7007A




      Which key is supplied with 56 series, common keyed switches?

      On the 56 Series key switches the common key that is provided is a "103 key".
      Some of the key Features of the 56 Series key switches are:
      • For locking in the on or off position
      • Dust-resistant, hoseproof and UV resistant
      • Safety in operation
      • M200 rating
      • Standard security KSW

      For further information on the 56 Series key switches please visit https://www.clipsal.com/products/56-series
       
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