Twin Switch Socket Outlet, 250V, 10A, Large Format Size

White Electric | Twin Switch Socket Outlet, 250V, 10A, Large Format Size

Twin Switch Socket Outlet, 250V, 10A, Large Format Size

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switched socket

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ON/OFF button

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2 gangs

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Number of power socket outlets



  • switch
  • rocker
    • Mounting position


      Fixing mode

      by screws

      Local signalling

      without light indicator

      [Ue] rated operational voltage

      250 V AC

      [In] rated current

      10 A


      15 mm


      145 mm


      86 mm

      Fixing center

      120 mm


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        136 g

        Package 1 Height

        15 mm

        Package 1 width

        86 mm

        Package 1 Length

        145 mm

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        0.775 kg

        Package 2 Height

        84 mm

        Package 2 width

        126.5 mm

        Package 2 Length

        170 mm

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        15.5 kg

        Package 3 Height

        157 mm

        Package 3 width

        305 mm

        Package 3 Length

        445 mm
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        What are the coil voltage codes for the LC1D115 / LC2D115 and LC1D150 / LC2D150 TeSys contactor?

        LC1D115-150 Coil voltages options

        Product Line:
        Contactors and Starters-IEC

        Tesys D Contactors

        The following list the more common voltage suffix codes for these product lines.  For a more comprehensive list and to determine compatibility with a given product, refer to the catalog below.

        Note 1: LC1D150 contactors are only available with *7 coil codes.
        Note 2: Coil Code ending number represents frequency rating as follows:
        5 = 50 Hertz
        6 = 60 Hertz
        7 = 50/60 Hertz

        AC Volts ___Code                DC Volts ___Code
        24 ___ B5 or B6 or B7          12 ___ Not Avail.        
        42 ___ D5 or D7                   24 ___ BD
        48 ___ E5 or E6 or E7          36 ___ CD
        110 ___ F5 or F6 or F7         48 ___ ED
        115 ___ FE5 or FE7             60 ___ ND
        120 ___ G6 or G7                72 ___ SD
        127 ___ FC5 or FC7            110 ___ FD
        208 ___ L6 or LE7               125 ___ GD
        220 ___ M5 or M6 or M7       220 ___ MD
        230 ___ P5 or P7                 250 ___ UD
        240 ___ U5 or U6 or U7        440 ___ RD
        277 ___ W6 or UE7                
        380 ___ Q5 or Q6 or Q7                
        400 ___ V5 or V7                
        415 ___ N5 or N7                
        440 ___ R5 or R6 or R7                
        480 ___ T6 or T7                
        500 ___ S5 or S7                


        What is the coil consumption or burden for the Tesys LC*D** contactors? 09 through 38

        Coil consumption or burden for the Tesys LC1D/2D contactors from 9A - 38A

        Product Line: 
        Contactors and Starters - IEC

        Tesys D Contactors 

        All AC coils for the LC1D09 through LC1D38 3-pole contactors ( including ring tongue, quick connect and spring terminal versions ) have an inrush of 70 volt-amps for either 50 or 60 Hertz applications, and a sealed value of 7 volt-amps for 50Hertz applications or 7.5 volt-amps for 60 Hertz applications.

        What is the catalog number for a Kirk Key Lock plus provision for the Masterpact NW breaker?

        Selection of key interlock and provisions for the Masterpact NW circuit breaker.

        Product Line:
        Masterpact NW

        The Masterpact NW breaker requires 1 or 2, p/n: KC40---10 (type CN22).  
        Order directly from Kirk:  
         Kirk Key Interlock, 9048 Meridian Circle NW, North Canton, OH  44720
        Toll free: (800)438-2442, Phone: (234)209-9301, Fax: (330)497-4400

        Field Installable Provisions;
        Provision for 2 Locks on Cradle: S48565 (Install Bulletin 48049-156-02)
        Provision for 2 Locks on Breaker: S48542 (Install Bulletin 48049-197-02)

        Can also order Lock with provision (part numbers below):

        S48923 is one Kirk Key lock for cradle locking
        S48924 is two Kirk Key locks (keyed alike) for cradle locking
        S48925 is two Kirk Key locks (keyed differently) for cradle locking
        S48945 is one Kirk Key lock for circuit breaker locking
        S48946 is two Kirk Key locks (keyed alike) for circuit breaker locking
        S48947 is two Kirk Key locks (keyed differently) for circuit breaker locking

        A lock order form must be submitted with the order. See 0613DB1607 for this order form. 

        Link to catalog:


        What is Modbus and How does it work?

        This document describes how modbus works and what needs to be done for proper installation.

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        What is Modbus? 

        Modbus is a serial communication protocol developed by Modicon published by Modicon® in 1979 for use with its programmable logic controllers (PLCs). In simple terms, it is a method used for transmitting information over serial lines between electronic devices. The device requesting the information is called the Modbus Master and the devices supplying information are Modbus Slaves. In a standard Modbus network, there is one Master and up to 247 Slaves, each with a unique Slave Address from 1 to 247. The Master can also write information to the Slaves.

        The official Modbus specification can be found at https://www.modbus.org/ 

        What is it used for?

        Modbus is an open protocol, meaning that it's free for manufacturers to build into their equipment without having to pay royalties. It has become a standard communications protocol in industry, and is now the most commonly available means of connecting industrial electronic devices. It is used widely by many manufacturers throughout many industries.Modbus is typically used to transmit signals from instrumentation and control devices back to a main controller or data gathering system, for example a system that measures temperature and humidity and communicates the results to a computer. Modbus is often used to connect a supervisory computer with a remote terminal unit (RTU) in supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems. Versions of the Modbus protocol exist for serial lines (Modbus RTU and Modbus ASCII) and for Ethernet (Modbus TCP).

        How does it work?

        Modbus is transmitted over serial lines between devices. The simplest setup would be a single serial cable connecting the serial ports on two devices, a Master and a Slave. 


        The data is sent as series of ones and zeroes called bits. Each bit is sent as a voltage. Zeroes are sent as positive voltages and a ones as negative. The bits are sent very quickly. A typical transmission speed is 9600 baud (bits per second).


        What is hexadecimal?

        When troubleshooting problems, it can be helpful to see the actual raw data being transmitted. Long strings of ones and zeroes are difficult to read, so the bits are combined and shown in hexadecimal. Each block of 4 bits is represented by one of the sixteen characters from 0 to F. 


        Each block of 8 bits (called a byte) is represented by one of the 256 character pairs from 00 to FF. 

        How is data stored in Standard Modbus?

        Information is stored in the Slave device in four different tables. Two tables store on/off discrete values (coils) and two store numerical values (registers). The coils and registers each have a read-only table and read-write table. Each table has 9999 values. Each coil or contact is 1 bit and assigned a data address between 0000 and 270E. Each register is 1 word = 16 bits = 2 bytes and also has data address between 0000 and 270E.


        Coil/Register Numbers can be thought of as location names since they do not appear in the actual messages. The Data Addresses are used in the messages. For example, the first Holding Register, number 40001, has the Data Address 0000. The difference between these two values is the offset. Each table has a different offset. 1, 10001, 30001 and 40001. 

        What is the Slave ID?

        Each slave in a network is assigned a unique unit address from 1 to 247. When the master requests data, the first byte it sends is the Slave address. This way each slave knows after the first byte whether or not to ignore the message. 

        What is a function code?

        The second byte sent by the Master is the Function code. This number tells the slave which table to access and whether to read from or write to the table.


        What is a CRC?

        CRC stands for Cyclic Redundancy check. It is two bytes added to the end of every modbus message for error detection. Every byte in the message is used to calculate the CRC. The receiving device also calculates the CRC and compares it to the CRC from the sending device. If even one bit in the message is received incorrectly, the CRCs will be different and an error will result. .

        What are the formats of Modbus commands and responses? 


        What are data types?

        The example for FC03 shows that register 40108 contains AE41 which converts to the 16 bits 1010 1110 0100 0001 Great! But what does it mean? Well, it could mean a few things. Register 40108 could be defined as any of these 16-bit data types:

        A 16-bit unsigned integer (a whole number between 0 and 65535) register 40108 contains AE41 = 44,609 (hex to decimal conversion) 

        A 16-bit signed integer (a whole number between -32768 and 32767) AE41 = -20,927 (hex to decimal conversion that wraps, if its over 32767 then subtract 65536) 

        A two character ASCII string (2 typed letters) AE41 = ® A 

        A discrete on/off value (this works the same as 16-bit integers with a value of 0 or 1. The hex data would be 0000 or 0001) Register 40108 could also be combined with

        40109 to form any of these 32-bit data types:

        A 32-bit unsigned integer (a number between 0 and 4,294,967,295) 40108,40109 = AE41 5652 = 2,923,517,522 

        A 32-bit signed integer (a number between -2,147,483,648 and 2,147,483,647) AE41 5652 = -1,371,449,774 

        A 32-bit double precision IEEE floating point number. This is a mathematical formula that allows any real number (a number with decimal points) to represented by 32 bits with an accuracy of about seven digits. AE41 5652 = -4.395978 E-11 Here is a spreadsheet IEEE float calculator for inputs of 4 bytes or 2 words. To download a copy, right click and select Save Target As... 

        A four character ASCII string (4 typed letters) AE41 5652 = ® A V R More registers can be combined to form longer ASCII strings. Each register being used to store two ASCII characters (two bytes). 

        What is byte and word ordering?

        The Modbus specification doesn't define exactly how the data is stored in the registers. Therefore, some manufacturers implemented modbus in their equipment to store and transmit the higher byte first followed by the lower byte. (AE before 41). Alternatively, others store and transmit the lower byte first (41 before AE). Similarly, when registers are combined to represent 32-bit data types, Some devices store the higher 16 bits (high word) in the first register and the remaining low word in the second (AE41 before 5652) while others do the opposite (5652 before AE41) It doesn't matter which order the bytes or words are sent in, as long as the receiving device knows which way to expect it. For example, if the number 29,235,175,522 was to be sent as a 32 bit unsigned integer, it could be arranged any of these four ways.

        AE41 5652 high byte first high word first

        5652 AE41 high byte first low word first

        41AE 5256 low byte first high word first

        5256 41AE low byte first low word first 

        What is a Modbus Map?

        A modbus map is simply a list for an individual slave device that defines - what the data is (eg. pressure or temperature readings)

        - where the data is stored (which tables and data addresses)

        - how the data is stored (data types, byte and word ordering)

        Some devices are built with a fixed map that is defined by the manufacturer. While other devices allow the operator to configure or program a custom map to fit their needs. 

        What is the difference between Modbus ASCII and Modbus RTU?

        Modbus RTU and Modbus ASCII talk the same protocol. The only difference is that the bytes being transmitted over the wire are presented as binary with RTU and as readable ASCII with Modbus RTU. important to note about RTU is that the RTU message does not have a Start_of_text indication. The receiving party  in the communications uses a "silent" time in order to determine the start of a new message. ASCII does have a start-of-text token. Binary messages are shorter than ASCII and therefore theoretically faster to transmit/receive. You may be happy to see update rates of about 100 ms in your HMI/SCADA and could choose either communication.

        - use RTU is possible
        - use ASCII in case RTU is giving timeout problems on WinNT or when using slow communications media
        like 300 bps or dialup modems Most OPC Servers for Modbus support ASCII as well as RTU communications.. 

        What are extended register addresses?

        Since the range of the analog output holding registers is 40001 to 49999, it implies that there cannot be more than 9999 registers. Although this is usually enough for most applications, there are cases where more registers would be beneficial. Registers 40001 to 49999 correspond to data addresses 0000 to 270E. If we utilize the remaining data addresses 270F to FFFF, over six times as many registers can be available, 65536 in total. This would correspond to register numbers from 40001 to 105536. Many modbus software drivers (for Master PCs) were written with the 40001 to 49999 limits and cannot access extended registers in slave devices. And many slave devices do not support maps using the extended registers. But on the other hand, some slave devices do support these registers and some Master software can access it, especially if custom software is written. 

        How does 2-byte slave addressing work?

        Since a single byte is normally used to define the slave address and each slave on a network requires a unique address, the number of slaves on a network is limited to 256. The limit defined in the modbus specification is even lower at 247. To get beyond this limit, a modification can be made to the protocol to use two bytes for the address. The master and the slaves would all be required to support this modification. Two byte addressing extends the limit on the number of slaves in a network to 65535. By default, the Simply Modbus software uses 1 byte addressing. When an address greater than 255 is entered, the software automatically switches to 2 byte addressing and stays in this mode for all addresses until the 2 byte addressing is manually turned off. 

        How can you send events and historical data?

        Enron Modbus includes commands for moving events and historical data.. 

        What is Enron Modbus?

        Enron Modbus is a modification to the standard Modicon modbus communication protocol developed by Enron Corporation.

        See Enron Modbus for details.




        What is the voltage tolerance level at nominal voltage for the electrical auxiliaries used in Low Voltage Circuit Breakers

        The voltage tolerance level for the electrical auxiliaries (example: undervoltage release(Mn), shunt coil(Mx)) used in Low Voltage Circuit Breakers is defined as per the IEC 60947-2 standard.
        The tolerance level defined by IEC60947-2 is 0.85% for minimum nominal voltage (Un) and 1.1% for maximum nominal voltage (Un).
        For Un = 230/240V, Minimum tolerance Level is (0.85% of 230V AC) = 195.5V, Maximum tolerance Level is (1.1% of 240V AC) = 264 VAC. This means voltage range : 195.5 VAC - 264 VAC.

        What are the differences between Acti9 PowerTag Link C (A9XELC10) and Acti9 PowerTag Link (A9XMWD20) / Link HD (A9XMWD100)?

        Acti9 PowerTag Link C (A9XELC10)
        This is a cloud connected communication module which can ONLY be used with Facility Expert Small Business (FESB) app.

        There is no webpage access to connect to Acti9 PowerTag Link C. All the commissioning steps are performed through the eSetup for Electricians app which is connected to PowerTag Link C using Bluetooth connectivity.
        Please see more details in the PowerTagLink C Instruction Sheet and Facility Expert Small Business (FESB) brochure.

        Please note that Facility Expert Small Business (FESB) app is not designed to use in residential applications and not supported for solar applications to see energy export values.***

        Also, there is no option to log the kWh consumption data in the app or export them as reports.

        Please download the Facility Expert SB app from Google Play or App Store and go to ‘Demo Mode’ to explore more.

        *** If you are interested in solution for residential applications with solar, please check out our Wiser Energy Management solution.

        Acti9 PowerTag Link (A9XMWD20) / Link HD (A9XMWD100)
        These are used to monitor small/medium business electrical equipment via your supervision system through PowerTags Energy sensors.

        These can be accessed via a webpage or EcoStruxure™ Power Commission software to configure and set notifications. These gateways itself do not log data.

        Alternatively, PowerTag Link/Link HD can be connected to a COM’X 210/510 to connect to a cloud based platform, Facility Expert where you are able to see your energy data as well as your asset status. This platform has a yearly subscription fees and the fee depends on the inclusions in your license.

        Please refer the below FAQ video and the PowerTag Link Gateway User Guide.
        Set a Panel with PowerTag Energy Using PowerTag Link Webpages
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