Flush Plates - Standard Range, Architrave Size, Switch Plate 2 Gang (75 x 32mm)

White Electric | Flush Plates - Standard Range, Architrave Size, Switch Plate 2 Gang (75 x 32mm)

Flush Plates - Standard Range, Architrave Size, Switch Plate 2 Gang (75 x 32mm)

Item Number: 32-WE

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Range of product

Standard Series

Product brand


Product destination



Number of gangs

2 gangs

Fixing mode

by screws


without marking

Mounting position

horizontal and vertical

Fixing center

70 mm


86 mm


32 mm


11 mm





Unit Type of Package 1


Number of Units in Package 1


Package 1 Weight

16 g

Package 1 Height

15 mm

Package 1 width

35 mm

Package 1 Length

85 mm
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What is a PowerTag Link Display A9XMWRD?

The PowerTag Link display is a DIN-Rail mount device which has LCD display. PowerTag Link display can monitor data from wireless devices paired with the same PowerTag Link gateway. It can only display monitoring data from PowerTag Energy sensors.


You don’t need to go to webpage or EPC to see the readings they can be simply seen from the PowerTag display. Ideal for Distribution Boards for monitoring data and alarms. 
Only one PowerTag Link display can be connected to the gateway.

Information displayed:
  • Current
  • Voltage
  • Active Power
  • Power Factor
  • Energy Consumption
  • Alarms

Instruction Sheet - 
User Guide - https://www.se.com/au/en/download/document/DOCA0157EN/
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What are the part numbers for 30mA and 300mA Type B RCCBs available in Australia ?

30mA Type B EV RCCB
A9Z51225 – 2 Pole, 25A
A9Z51240 – 2 Pole, 40A
A9Z51440 – 4 Pole, 40A
A9Z51463 – 4 Pole, 63A
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30mA Type B Si RCCB
A9Z61440 – 4 Pole, 40A
A9Z61463 – 4 Pole, 63A

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300mA Type B Si RCCB
A9Z65463 – Acti9 iID 4 Pole, 63A


Can I control when to charge my EVlink charger?

The charging station has a conditional input E6 which can be configured as “deferred start” or as “power limitation”, or as “to be ignored” (factory setting). The conditional input can be connected to any device capable of closing a contact. It is active when connected to the mains phase. It remains inactive when not connected.

Deferred start of charging
The conditional input can be connected, for example, to a clock to schedule charging hours or to an on-peak / off-peak contactor to charge only during off-peak hours. Start is deferred as long as the input is active.

Charging power limitation
The conditional input can be connected to a load shedder for example. As long as the input is active the charging station reduces the maximum charging current setpoint value given to the vehicle:
• From 16 A to 10 A for 3 and 11 kW charging stations
• From 32 A to 16 A for 7 and 22 kW charging stations


Where is the coil voltage or coil voltage code located on the LC1D09-D32 contactors?

Where to find the coil voltage on the LC1D09-D32 contactors?

Product Line:
IEC Contactors

Tesys D line contactors

Locating the coil voltage or voltage code on a d line contactor
For the AC voltage, the voltage and voltage code can be found on the top of the contactor, behind the
L1 L2 and L3 terminals facing the front of the contactor, it will either be blue or white and will have
the coil voltage listed.  For example G7 120V 60/50HZ.

For DC voltage it will be listed on the front of the contactor, in the lower left corner,
next to the #14 NO screw terminal. For example: 24VDC

How to setup DCOM settings between an OPC DA Server and an OPC Client?

How to setup DCOM settings between an OPC DA Server and an OPC Clientwhen the Server and the Client are part of the same Workgroup?
All versions of Citect SCADA.
Please have a look at the video FAQ below.

How to configure HomeGate or Schedule Plus to start on boot in Windows 10

This outlines how to set up HomeGate or Schedule Plus to start when Windows 10 logs in. The process of configuring this has changed since Windows 8.1 and now requires the installer to make modifications to the Windows registry.

To begin, have the HomeGate/Schedule Plus project open. Under the Tools menu, select Create Desktop Shortcut. This will create a shortcut icon on the desktop of the computer which launches straight to the project. Next, locate this shortcut on the desktop, right click on it, select Properties and modify the Target to have “ /cgate /operate” at the end, if it has not already been done for you.

You should end up with something similar to the following example:

C:\Clipsal\HomeGate\HomeGate.exe "c:\clipsal\homegate\projects\c-gate test\c-gate test.ctd" /cgate /operate

Upon completion of this, move this file to a convenient location on the computer.

For this example, the file will be moved straight to the root of the C:\ drive.

Lastly, open the registry editor, either by searching for it in the start menu or hitting the Windows key + R at the same time and typing regedit.

Once in the registry, navigate to the following location


Right Click in the main section and select New -> String Value. Provide a useful name to the new String Value, but do not consider the name important.

Upon naming the String Value, right click on it and select Modify.

Under the Value Data: field, provide the location and the name of the shortcut that you created in the previous steps. In this example, the project shortcut was moved to C:\c-gate test.lnk (.lnk is the extension type used to identify a file as a shortcut and will need to be included in the Value Data: field).

This is what it should look like by the time you have completed this.

Press OK and you will be left with your new entry in the registry, configured and ready to test.

Reboot the computer to confirm that HomeGate/Schedule Plus are starting when Windows boots and logs in.

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