Single Socket Outlet, 250VAC, 10A, 3 PIN, Surface Mount

White Electric | Single Socket Outlet, 250VAC, 10A, 3 PIN, Surface Mount

Single Socket Outlet, 250VAC, 10A, 3 PIN, Surface Mount

Item Number: 412-WE



Qty UoM EAN Colour



Surface finish


Sustainable offer status

Green Premium product

Product or component type


Product brand




without marking

Local signalling

without light indicator

Device mounting


Fixing mode

by screws

[In] rated current

10 A

[Ue] rated operational voltage

250 V AC


28 mm

Fixing center

35...38 mm

Number of poles



  • AS/NZS 3112
  • AS 3100
  • AS 3109

REACh Regulation

Reference contains Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold

EU RoHS Directive


Mercury free


RoHS exemption information


China RoHS Regulation

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

Environmental Disclosure


Quantity per set

set of 1





Network frequency

50 Hz


47 mm

Unit Type of Package 1


Number of Units in Package 1


Package 1 Weight

40.0 g

Package 1 Height

3 cm

Package 1 width

9 cm

Package 1 Length

12 cm

Unit Type of Package 2


Number of Units in Package 2


Package 2 Weight

0.444 kg

Package 2 Height

6.8 cm

Package 2 width

10 cm

Package 2 Length

13.4 cm

Unit Type of Package 3


Number of Units in Package 3


Package 3 Weight

12.5 kg

Package 3 Height

21.4 cm

Package 3 width

29.7 cm

Package 3 Length

42.9 cm

Cover type

complete housing
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Frequently Asked Questions

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How do you distribute MAXBAR from the main row to other rows, keeping the system more professional?

MAXBAR with neutral terminal block can be used to distribute active and neutral in the row with main switch. Use the connectors provided with MAXBAR to take active and neutral feed from the row with main switch to take the feed to other rows. You can follow the same process for other rows in switchboard.

MAXBAR Kit Definition

What Wiser device should be used to control and monitor a water heater?

Help with product selection for a Wiser device to control a water heater

Product Line:
Wiser Home Management System (EER series USA model only)

Residential home

Product selection question

Depending on the situation, water heater control could be done with one of 4 Devices:  Large Load Controller (EER260LLCR),  30 Amp Load Control Relay (EER42200), 5 Amp Load Control Relay (EER42300), or 15 Amp Smart Plug (EER40200 or EER41200)
For a water heater with a gas burner heating element, the electrical controls circuit will not draw much power.  It the control circuit is shut off, then the water heater will be shut down.  A 5 Amp Load Control Relay could be used.   If the controls connect directly into a 120V wall receptacle via a standard plug, the Wiser Smart Plug would be a good option.  

For a 120 volt electric heater, the Wiser 30 Amp Load Control Relay would be the best option.  

For a 240 volt electric water heater, the Wiser Large Load Controller is the recommended device.   2 pole breakers are available for the large load controller in 20,30,40,50, and 60 amps.  If power monitoring is desired with the Large Load Controller, then the Current Transformers (EER260LLCCT1, EER260LLCCT2) will have to be ordered separately


Acti9 PowerTag Link Display (A9XMWRD) shows only the first 20 PowerTags connected to PowerTag Link HD (A9XMWD100). Is it normal?


Please see below details from the PowerTag Link User Guide (DOCA0157EN).

Please note that one PowerTag Link HD gateway can only be paired to ONLY ONE PowerTag Link Display (A9XMWRD).
Please see below details from the same user guide.


Therefore, there is no way to display all the PowerTags configured to PowerTag Link HD through PowerTag Link Display (A9XMWRD).
As a solution you can;

1.Have a separate PowerTag Link Display (A9XMWRD) configured to each gateway with 20 PowerTag sensors.


2. Have configured one FDM128 display to monitor up to 8 PowerTag Link or PowerTag Link HD gateways.
In case of PowerTag Link HD (A9XMWD100) is used as a gateway then max number of 40 PowerTag sensors can be viewed.

For example if a customer wants to view details of 100 PowerTags in FDM128 then architecture with 2 PowerTag Link HD (40 sensors per PowerTag Link HD) and 1 PowerTag Link-A9XMWD20 (20 sensors PowerTag Link) can be used.

Please see more details in the FDM128 User Guide (DOCA0037EN).



Can I control (Open/Close) a breaker from FDM128 display, if I log in to the display as 'Operator' ?

Example scenario: 
Customer has an MTZ2 connected to FDM128. They want to open/close the breaker from the FDM128, but this is only possible using the 'Administrator' login, not the 'Operator' login.
What is customer doing incorrectly here? Should the customer be able to open/close via operator screen?

Please see the below details from the
FDM128 User Guide (DOCA0037EN).

The 'Operator' login DOES NOT have enough access to control the breaker and only ‘Administrator’ login has the access to control (open/close) the breaker.

These roles and each function assigned for roles CANNOT be configured in FDM128 and they have fixed definitions as shown in the user guide.


What is the diameter of part number 412?

Diameter for part number 412 is 47mm.


Please go to the website via the following links below and check under the Documentation Tab for more information.

Australia - https://www.clipsal.com/products/detail?CatNo=412&itemno=412-WE&backto=/search?q=412&tab-document-1=0
New Zealand - https://www.pdl.co.nz/products/detail?CatNo=412&itemno=412-WE&backto=/search?q=412&tab-document-1=0

Can I plug my APC Rack-Mount Power Distribution Unit (Rack PDU) into a feed receptacle located in the under floor plenum? (Also applicable to Configurable & Modular Power Distribution)

Yes, provided the installation conforms to NFPA 70 the National Electric Code requirements as stated in Article 645 Information technology equipment.

With the 2008 Edition (and subsequently the 2011 Edition), Article 645.5 clearly states that cord-and-plug connections and certain cable types are allowed under raised floors, provided certain conditions are met. Following are excerpts from the 2008 Edition of the Code. Refer to the complete section of the applicable edition of the NEC for your locality.

645.5 Supply Circuits and Interconnecting Cables

(B) Cord-and-Plug Connections. The data processing system shall be permitted to be connected to a branch circuit by any of the following listed means:

(1) Flexible cord and attachment plug cap not to exceed 4.5 m (15 ft).

(2) Cord set assembly, where run on the surface of the floor, shall be protected against physical damage.

(D) Under Raised Floors. Power cables, communications cables, connecting cables, interconnecting cables, cord-and-plug connections, and receptacles associated with the information technology equipment shall be permitted under a raised floor, provided the following conditions are met:

(1) The raised floor is of suitable construction, and the area under the floor is accessible.

(2) The branch-circuit supply conductors to receptacles or field-wired equipment are in rigid metal conduit, rigid nonmetallic conduit, intermediate metal conduit, electrical metallic tubing, electrical nonmetallic tubing, metal wireway, nonmetallic wireway, surface metal raceway with metal cover, nonmetallic surface raceway, flexible metal conduit, liquidtight flexible metal conduit, or liquidtight flexible nonmetallic conduit, Type MI cable, Type MC cable, or Type AC cable. These supply conductors shall be installed in accordance with the requirements of 300.11.

(3) Supply cords of listed information technology equipment in accordance with 645.5(B).

(6) "Cables," shall be listed as Type DP. Type DP cable having adequate fire resistant characteristics suitable for use under raised floors of an information technology equipment room.

Rack Power Distribution

All of APC's Rack PDUs are UL Listed and as such meet all requirements for NEC 645 ITE data center installations. Prior to the 2008 Edition of the NEC, cord-and-plug connections under the raised floor were not explicitly identified in the 2005 Edition of the Code. However, based on the following code sections, these cord-and-plug connections of APC Rack PDUs are acceptable. 1) per 645.4(3) the equipment is UL Listed 2) per 645.5(B)(1) the flexible cord and attachment plug cap do not exceed 15 ft. 3) per 645.5(D)(2) branch-circuit supply conductors to receptacles are properly installed in accordance with 300.11 4) 645.5(D)(5) specifically relates to "cables" used under the raised floor, and not "flexible cord" as is the IT equipment power cord.

Making Power Connections to Rack PDUs Using Flexible Conduit

Some installations use wiring in flexible conduit (i.e. Sealtite) that is directly attached to a mating connector body for making the power connection to Rack PDUs. Any US installation must use methods that conform to NFPA 70 Article 300.

For 50A Rack PDUs that have CS8365 Hubbell style connector, Hubbell has a mating Pro-series connector body that can be attached directly to flexible conduit fittings. We recommend using a Hubbell Pro connector (CS8364L) with a 1/2" (H050) or 3/4" (H075) seal tight connector.

Configurable and Modular Power Distribution

Power cables from APC Configurable and Modular Power Distribution units are Type DP-1 TC-ER tray cable and per 645.5(D)(6) and Table 645-5 are allowed under raised floors.




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