sock swt twin rem e/sw neon

Switched Socket Twin Removable Extra Switch Neon

Catalogue Number: 25XAN
sock swt twin rem e/sw neon
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$292.96
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Colour White Electric (WE)
  • White Electric 1 PCE

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
      indicator light
      Material
      PC (polycarbonate)
      Surface finish
      glossy
      [Ue] rated operational voltage
      250 V AC
      [In] rated current
      10 A
      Depth
      16 mm
      Length
      115 mm
      Width
      73 mm
      Fixing center
      84 mm
      Standards
    • AS/NZS 3100
    • AS/NZS 3112
    • AS/NZS 3133
    • AS/NZS 3000:approval number S/1
      • Package 1 Weight
        136 g
        Package 1 Height
        16 mm
        Package 1 width
        73 mm
        Package 1 Length
        115 mm
        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

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        Frequently Asked Questions

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        Will 30USBCM fit on 25XA, twin outlet with extra switch?

        Unfortunately not. 30USBCM will not fit on 25XA. We have 2025USBC, C2025USBC, 4025USBC and Z4025USBC twin outlets with 30USBCM assembled on the plate.
        For further information, please visit https://updates.clipsal.com/ClipsalOnline/Files/Brochures/A0000294.pdf

        - 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

        What is the purpose of the lexan barrier on the MPPT80-600?

        Lexan Barrier on the MPPT80-600

        The Lexan Barrier can be moved around to allow for convenient wiring space for the battery and PV cables

         

         

        What is the part number for 160A, 25KA, electronic trip MCCB?

        What is the minimum adjustment of the LV431630?

        The minimum adjustment of the LV431630 is 175A.

        The range is 175A to 250A.

        Is the extra switch removable on 25XD, twin socket outlet?

        Yes, the extra switch on 25XD is a removable double pole extra switch. 25XD is Twin Switched Socket Outlet, 250V/10A, double pole and dimensions are 115mm(L) x 73mm(W) x 16mm(D). Mounting centers are 84mm apart.
        For further information, please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=25XD

         

        What Lexans are supplied with the product?

        The product is supplied with six standard Lexan types; this range ensures that it can be applied to all emergency lighting requirements.

        What is the lug torque specification for a Powerpact J frame circuit breaker?

        Product Line:
        Circuit Breakers
        PowerPact J

        Environment:
        Electrical Distribution Equipment

        Resolution:
        The standard al/cu lugs are rated at 225lb-in and require a 5/16 in hex bit torque wrench. See below for lug information.
        The AL175JD ( 150 - 175A) is 225lb - in.
        The AL250JD ( 200 - 250A) is 225lb - in.
        The CU250JD (150 - 250A) is 250lb - in

        See instruction bulletin, 48940-221-02

        Is a double power point with neon & USB available in Red ?

        Part no 2025XAN can be used the USB has to mount vertically to enable it to fit

        Red is not a standard colour for this part but it can be made as a special

        Does Compact NS/NSX Switch Disconnector (NA) have the Reflex Tripping.

        Yes, Reflex Tripping is available in all Compact NS/NSX Switch Disconnectors.

        The threshold of the Reflex Tripping auto-protection is about 20xIn and time delay is less than 10 ms, as shown in the attached tripping curves.

        The Reflex Tripping is due to "Piston - which is purely mechanical” and not due to the trip unit.
         
        Thus the Reflex Tripping being a mechanical controlled function is also available in the Compact NS/NSX Switch Disconnectors.

        InfraStruXure Automatic Transfer Switch with Power Distribution (ATS); Operation manual, how to operate


        Issue:
        InfraStruXure Automatic Transfer Switch with Power Distribution (ATS); Operation manual, how to operate
         
        Product line:
        ISX-GEN-ATS 400A-800A, 250A, 400A
         
        Environment:
        All Product models, all serial numbers
         
        Cause:
        This manual is intended for end-users of the InfraStruXure Automatic Transfer Switch with Power Distribution (ATS). It provides important safety warnings and instructions, an overview of the ATS components, a detailed discussion of the ATS display interface, instructions on how to add components to the ATS, product and warranty information, and technical specifications.
         
        Resolution:
        Follow steps in Operation Manual

        Also fine Reference Manual attached
         
         

         

        ACDC1010 Hot Aisle Containment Rack Expansion Bundle Kit Installation (Manual)

        Issue:  ACDC1010 Hot Aisle Containment Rack Expansion Bundle Kit Installation (Manual)

         

        Product line: HACS

         

        Environment:  

         

         

        Cause:  Install, A Rack Expansion Bundle Kit is a complete set of racks, joining brackets, joining trim, hardware and ceiling panel required to extend an existing Hot Aisle Containment System.

          

         

        Resolution: 

         

        A Rack Expansion Bundle Kit is a complete set of racks, joining brackets, joining trim, hardware and ceiling panel required to extend an existing Hot Aisle Containment System.

         

         

        Ceiling panel assemblies come with Lexan® inserts that are not yet attached to the frames. Remove these and store them in a safe location until you begin the ceiling panel

        Installation process.

         

        Safety Instructions

         

        Potential electrical hazard exists when removing/installing side panels from a PDU, UPS, or XR Battery Cabinet. APC does not recommend performing any service to

        the PDU, UPS, or XR Battery Cabinet while it is energized. However, due to the critical nature of data center loads, this may occur. If you must perform this

        operation while the PDU, UPS, or XR Battery Cabinet is receiving input power, observe the following precautions to reduce the risk of electrical shock:

        1. Never work alone.

        2. Perform the work only if you are a certified electrician who is trained in the hazards of live electrical installation.

        3. Know the procedure for disconnecting electricity to the PDU, UPS, or XR Battery Cabinet, in case of an emergency.

        4. Wear appropriate personal protective equipment.

        5. Use double-insulated tools.

        6. Always follow local and site regulations when working on the PDU, UPS, or XR Battery Cabinet.

         

         

        Installation

         

        Each of the following procedures is required to correctly install your Rack Expansion Bundle Kit. Perform these procedures in this order.

         

        Side Panel Removal

         

        Remove the side panels at the end of the row of the Hot Aisle Containment System; each panel is connected by ground a strap that must be disconnected to completely remove each panel.

         

        Door and Door Frame Removal

         

        The door frame is heavy and requires at least two persons to safely remove and store it

         

        Remember to save all hardware that you remove so that it may be reused when you reinstall the door and door frame.

         

         

         

        5. Remove five M6×12 mm screws and M6 flange nuts on each doorframe upright to remove the door frame assembly from the equipment frames

         

        21U Side Panels

         

        Before attaching new racks to an existing system, install two 21 U side panels onto each NetShelter VS (900-mm) or NetShelter VX (1070-mm) enclosure. If grounding is required, there are two

        grounding studs on each 21U side panel.

         

         

        PSX/PDU side panel installation

         

        See the “Safety Instructions” on page 5 before installing any side panels on a PSX or PDU.

         

        IF you plan to install a Rack Expansion Bundle Kit next to a PDU or UPS, then a PSX/PDU side panel (ACDC1008, not included) must be installed on the PDU or UPS. A PSX/PDU side panel kit is

        available from APC. Attach the ground strap (previously removed from the side panel) to the new PSX/PDU side panel.

        Rear joining brackets for two 1070-mm enclosures

         

        When joining two NetShelter VX (1070-mm) enclosures:

         

        1. Remove the rear doors of the enclosures before you install the joining brackets.

         

         

        Rear joining brackets for two 1070-mm enclosures

         

        When joining two NetShelter VX (1070-mm) enclosures:

         

        1. Remove the rear doors of the enclosures before you install the joining brackets

         

        See the instructions included with your equipment to remove the rear doors.

         

        Do not remove the rear doors of the UPS, PDU, or XR Battery Cabinet

         

              2. Use appropriate rear joining brackets. Orient the brackets so that the two round holes are at the top position, and the slots are located in the middle and lower positions. Use six M6 × 12-mm

        screws.

        Rear joining brackets and trim for 900-mm and 1070-mm enclosures

         

        When joining a NetShelter VS (900-mm) to a NetShelter VX (1070-mm) enclosure, use rear joining brackets and trim.

         

        Remove the rear doors of the enclosures before you install the joining brackets

         

        See the instructions included with your equipment to remove the rear doors

         

                         1. Attach two trim brackets to the side of the enclosure. Align each bracket’s mounting hole with the bottom hole of the top and bottom set of holes (as shown) in the enclosure.

                             Use an M6 × 12-mm screw and a flange nut for each bracket. Use 1070-mm joining brackets for 1070-mm enclosures and 900-mm brackets for 900-mm enclosures.

         

         

        The use of the top or bottom hole depends on the placement of the enclosures.

        If the 900-mm and 1070-mm enclosures are switched (900-mm on the left and 1070-mm on the right), turn the 1070-mm joining bracket 180°, and attach it to the

        top hole of the 1070-mm enclosure. Turn the 900-mm joining bracket 180°, and attach it to the lower hole of the 900-mm enclosure. Finally, turn the the joining trim 180°

         

         

         

         

        Ceiling Panels

         

        Types of ceiling panels and required hardware

        The ceiling panels are configured in two different widths based on the size of the enclosures they span..

         

         

        Ceiling panels are not intended to support weight. Do not use ceiling panels to support power or data cables

         

        See the instructions that come with your equipment for proper installation of the ladders.

         

        Preparing for ceiling panel installation

         

        Install Plasti-Grommets into the tops of the equipment (two grommets per enclosure top).

         

         

        Ceiling panel installation

         

        1. Apply the ceiling panel gasket material to the edge of the ceiling panel that will face the door frame

         

         

        Ceiling panel inserts

         

        1. Remove the adhesive backing film from the panel frame; remove the protective plastic from both sides of the Lexan and carefully set the Lexan panel in place, pressing the edges firmly.

         

        2. Attach the next ceiling panel securely to the previously installed ceiling panel. Use five M6 × 30-mm screws, ceiling panel brackets, and threaded ceiling panel brackets to secure the

        panels at each connection point, as shown.

         

         

         

        Door Frame and Door Installation

         

        To attach the door frame to the end of the aisle:

        1. Attach the door frame assembly to the equipment frames. Use five M6 × 12-mm screws and M6 flange nuts on each upright.

         

         

         

        3. Attach the plinth blocks to the enclosures, using four M8 × 25-mm screws

         

         

        Side Panels

         

        Install the side panels at the ends of each row of the Hot Aisle Containment System.

         

        Grounding side panels

         

        Attach one end of a ground strap to the grounding stud on each panel, and then attach the other end of the grounding strap to a grounding stud on the enclosure.

        APC offers an optional grounding kit (AR8390) for grounding an enclosure. na1334a

        See also

        See the instructions included with your new equipment for information on installation, joining, side panel placement, and grounding stud locations

         

        APC offers an optional grounding kit (AR8390) for grounding an enclosure

         

        Data Troughs

         

        Troughs are supplied separately from the Rack Expansion Bundle Kit.

         

        Install the troughs into the slots located in the ceiling panel frames.

         

        See the instructions supplied with the troughs.