Standard Series, Twin Switch Socket Outlet, 250V, 10A, Standard Size

White Electric | Standard Series, Twin Switch Socket Outlet, 250V, 10A, Standard Size

Standard Series, Twin Switch Socket Outlet, 250V, 10A, Standard Size

Item Number: 25-WE



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Range of product

Standard Series

Product brand


Surface finish


Sustainable offer status

Green Premium product


Control type

ON/OFF button

Number of gangs

2 gangs

Pin number


Number of power socket outlets



  • switch
  • rocker

Fixing mode

by screws

Local signalling

without light indicator

Mounting position


[Ue] rated operational voltage

250 V AC

[In] rated current

10 A


16 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

Reference contains Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold

EU RoHS Directive


Mercury free


China RoHS Regulation

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

RoHS exemption information


Environmental Disclosure




PC (polycarbonate)


Package 1 Bare Product Quantity


Unit Type of Package 1


Number of Units in Package 1


Package 1 Height

3 cm

Package 1 Width

7.3 cm

Package 1 Length

11.5 cm

Package 1 Weight

0.101 kg

Unit Type of Package 2


Number of Units in Package 2


Package 2 Height

12 cm

Package 2 Width

13.8 cm

Package 2 Length

15.3 cm

Package 2 Weight

1.078 kg

Unit Type of Package 3


Number of Units in Package 3


Package 3 Height

25.4 cm

Package 3 Width

34.8 cm

Package 3 Length

44.5 cm

Package 3 Weight

11.216 kg
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Video: How to Import MiCOM Data Models

Product Line
Easergy or MiCOM S1 Studio

MiCOM configuration

How to Import a Data Model. Review the video below and the step by step instructions that follow.

    • Open the Data Model Manager

      • a. Start > All Programs > Schneider Electric > MiCOM S1 Studio (Easergy Studio) > Data Model Manager
        b. Follow the screen shots below or the attached video:

      ImportSelect File
      Select which to import
      Click Import
      Import Finished

Can the IEM3000 series read energy output from a Solar Panel?

To be able to measure the energy out from a Solar Panel a meter needs to be able to do Four Quadrant Calculation.

This means it is capable of Identification of imported and exported active and reactive energy allows you to monitor energy flow in both directions: delivered from the utility and produced on-site.

In the iEM3000 series the following meters are capable of Four Quadrant Calculation.

iEM31** range - iEM3135, iEM3155, iEM3165, and iEM3175
iEM32** range - iEM3235, iEM3255, iEM3265, and iEM3275
iEM33** range - iEM3335, iEM3355, iEM3365, and iEM3375
iEM34** range - iEM3455, iEM3465, iEM3555, and iEM3565


How are the Micrologic modules addressed in the trip units?

Micrologic trip units used with Masterpact NT and NW, Powerpact P and R Frame , and Compact NS have multiple address associated with device.
Product Line

 Trip Unit Trip Function Type
 2.0 (IEC Only) LSO Standard (No comms)
 3.0 LI
 5.0 LSI
 2.0A (IEC Only) LSO Standard
 3.0A LI
 5.0A LSI
 6.0A LSIG
 3.0E (IEC Only) LI Energy
 5.0E (IEC Only) LSI
 5.0P LSI Power
 6.0P LSIG
 5.0H LSI Harmonics
 6.0H LSIG

Communication applications using Micrologic trip units and circuit breakers with frame sizes 630 A and greater.

Need the Modbus addresses associated with a Micrologic devices

There are 3 modules and 1 optional module associated with a Micrologic trip. Each module has its own Modbus address.
Breaker Communication Module (BCM)
The circuit breaker communication module is independent and is installed on the circuit breaker, behind the trip unit.  The unit receives and transmits information on the communication network through optical link between the Micrologic A, P, and H trip units.
The address for the BCM is the base address for the entire device which can be seen on the trip through the communication menu.  (Breaker Communication Module: @ Address xx)
Metering Module (MM)
The metering module prepares the electrical values. Every second, the metering module refreshes the “real-time” RMS measurements. Using this data, it then calculates the demand and energy values, and stores the minimum / maximum values recorded since the last reset. (Note Ammeter trip unit have limit data associated with Current)
The address is the base plus 200. (Metering Module: @ Address xx + 200)

Protection Module (PM)
The protection module ensures the critical circuit breaker functions. This control unit is completely independent and does not use the measurements generated by the metering module. The module calculates the protection-function inputs and outputs itself ensuring extremely fast reaction times.
The address is the base plus 100. (Protection Module: @ Address xx + 100)
Cradle Communication Module (CCM)
The cradle communication module is an independent device installed separately from the breaker. Used with drawout breakers that incorporates a cradle that houses the breaker.
The address is the base plus 50. (Cradle Communication Module: @ Address xx + 50)
See the below link for more information.
Modbus™ Communications System for Micrologic™ A, P, and H Trip Units 0613IB1201


  • Using an IFE or IFM module employing the ULP protocol, the address rules above does not apply.Micrologic Trip Unitssuperfluous line
Related ranges: Communication with Micrologic trip units

How do I setup a schedule in Wiser by SE for switches, sensors or socket outlets?

Find the device in the App and tap on it, when in the specific device screen tap on Schedule. In the Schedule screen tap Add and then create a schedule for the device. For Socket outlets there will be an option in the Schedule screen to select which socket you want to create the schedule for.

When a device is in Zigbee mode, schedules can only be created for an ‘On’ or ‘Off’. Hence two schedules will be needed for an ON/OFF - one for the ON time and one for the OFF time.

In Bluetooth/BLE mode you can select a time range and both an ‘On’ or ‘Off’ within a single schedule.

Socket Schedule1.pngSocket Schedule2.png

Zigbee Schedule.pngBluetooth Schedule.png

Is there a Saturn series intermediate mech with LED ?

No, Saturn Intermediate Mechanism is 60PBI and is with no LED indication.
60PBI - 250V 10AX - Intermediate Push-button.


What are the Rated short-circuit making capacity (Icm) and Rated short-time withstand current (Icw) values of Compact NSX Switch-disconnectors (NSX xxx NA)?

Rated short-circuit making capacity (Icm) and Rated short-time withstand current (Icw) values for Compact NSX Switch-disconnectors can be found in Compact NSX Catalogue.

Icw and Icm values are defined by IEC60947 standard as following:

Icw is the value of RMS current that can flow through the disconnector for a given time without causing damage to the device.

Icm is the peak value of short circuit current that the disconnector can close to, if closing on a fault without being damaged.

Please see the following characteristic from the NSX Catalogue:
Icw NSX NA.png

For example, Icw value of NSX400 NA is 5000A/1s, that means NSX400NA can withstand 5kA/1s.
Please note that NSX switch disconnectors can’t withstand any other higher values which are not mentioned under Icw for 1 second.

The greater Icm value (330 kA) is related to the case when the disconnector is combined with upstream current limiting circuit breakers while the lower value is for switch-disconnector alone.

It is mandatory to use a circuit breaker upstream of them for protection against overloads and short circuits.

However, the Compact NSX NA switch-disconnectors are self-protected (i.e. they have a certain magnetic tripping threshold.), as noted on the catalog page. NSX NA is self-protected as soon as the switch is closed.

This function is ensured by a magnetic protection inside the switch.
The THRESHOLD self-protection by their high-set magnetic release are:
    - 10kA for the NSX100NA till NSX250NA
    - 15kA for the NSX400NA till NSX630NA

It is only an integrated partial protection to avoid contact repulsion and it could not be used for network protection. 
We have no characteristic graphs for the self-protection by high-set magnetic release, because it is not a performance value for customer application.

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