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Clipsal Iconic Flush Switch Vertical Mount, 2 Gang, 250V, 10Ax1-Way/2-Way

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Clipsal Iconic Flush Switch Vertical Mount, 2 Gang, 250V, 10Ax1-Way/2-Way

Item Number: 3042VA-VW

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A low-profile 2 gang light switch suited to residential or commercial settings, the Clipsal Iconic Flush Switch includes convenient 2-way functionality. The vertical unit is modern in design and can be customised with changeable skins.

Product Dimensions

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Width78 mm

Height icon

Height120 mm

Depth icon

Depth39 mm

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Clipsal Iconic 3025 exploded view
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Iconic Switch Grids Exploded Back

Specifications

Design

Range

Clipsal Iconic

Product or component type

switch

Device application

lighting

Colour tint

vivid white

Sustainable offer status

Green Premium product

Physical

Quantity per set

set of 20

Device presentation

complete product

Control type

rocker

Device mounting

flush

Installation direction

vertical

Switch function

1-pole 1/2-way

Number of rocker

2

Rated current

10 A

[Ue] rated operational voltage

250 V

Height

120 mm

Width

78 mm

Depth

39 mm

Net weight

0.092 kg

REACh Regulation

Reference contains Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold

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

Material

Material

plastic

Others

Package 1 Weight

91.75 g

Package 1 Height

35.02 mm

Package 1 width

83.3 mm

Package 1 Length

124.79 mm
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Frequently Asked Questions

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What are the causes of an USF fault on ATV61/ATV71 drives?

Issue:
Causes of an USF fault on ATV61 drives.

Product line:
ATV61, ATV71, Altivar 61, Altuvar 71

Environment:
All models

Cause:
Undervoltage supply.

Resolution:
The USF fault occurs when the DC bus voltage level drops below the threshold set in 1.8 Fault Management > Undervoltage Management > Undervoltage level. 

For N4, 480V drives at factory setting of 480VAC, the threshold is 430VDC on the DC bus or 304VAC on the line terminals. 
For M3, 240V drives at factory setting of 260VAC, the threshold is 230VDC on the DC bus or 163VAC on the line terminals.
For Y, 575V drives at factory setting of 690VAC, the threshold is 571VAC on the DC bus, or 404VAC on the line terminals.

Recommendations:
- Measure the the incoming line to line voltages
- Compare the line voltage to the Mains Voltage as shown under Menu 1.2 Monitoring, and also the measurement of the DC bus voltage.
- If the standard line voltage is low, you can adjust the Mains voltage setting.
- Adjust the Undervoltage time out to compensate for line contactors, or add time delay before a fault would occur. 
 

Can a 60 Hz rated Transformer be energized with 50 Hz source?

Issue:
Transformers rated for 60 Hz ONLY are sometimes chosen to be installed in a location that has a 50 Hz Distribution system. 

Product Line:
LV Transformers 

Environment:
Applies to MOST Transformers made by SquareD/Schneider Electric.  Exceptions are 9070 series Control Transformers and Export Model Transformers which are dual rated for 50Hz and 60Hz.

Cause:
Domestic (USA) power systems are rated 60 Hz.   Many other power systems in the world are rated at 50 Hz.

Resolution:
A 60 Hz rated transformer can only be used on a 60 Hz system (with certain exceptions -- read further.) Whereas a 50 or 50/60 Hz rated transformer can be used on either a 50 or a 60 Hz rated system.
Exception: If the energizing voltage does not exceed 83% of the transformers nominal voltage, the transformer can be used. Remember that transformers are simple ratio devices and the output will also be lower. Another important factor to remember is that the transformer`s capacity will also have to be derated at the same ratio of the applied voltage divided by the nominal voltage.

Example: An EE30T3H, 30kVA 480 delta to 208Y/120 transformer 60 Hz, can be utilized on a 50 Hz system as long as the applied voltage does not exceed 50/60 or 5/6 of the nominal 480, or rather 400 volts. With 400 volts 50 Hz applied, the output voltage will be 400/480 * 208 = 173 volts line-to-line, and 100 volts line-to-neutral, or 173Y/100 50 Hz. As well, the capacity or kVA of the transformer will be 400/480 * 30 = 25kVA. Transformers cannot change frequency, thus frequency in = frequency out. 


  
Exploded view of the Clipsal Iconic skins range; Styl, essence and Standard.

Range

Customisable and future-ready

Iconic is based around a unique, electrically safe grid plate, with a choice of three different skin designs that simply clip on top.

Once the grids have been installed by an electrician, it’s safe for anyone to change the skins at any time. Simply clip off the standard skins and clip on the new design.

Interchangeable standard, Styl and Essence skins provide great options to customise to suit specific decor and lifestyle.