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Unswitched Sockets, Flush Mount, Power Outlet Single 250V 10A - 3 pin

White Electric | Unswitched Sockets, Flush Mount, Power Outlet Single 250V 10A - 3 pin

Unswitched Sockets, Flush Mount, Power Outlet Single 250V 10A - 3 pin

Item Number: 415-WE

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Specifications

Design

Product brand

Clipsal

Sustainable offer status

Green Premium product

Physical

Quantity per set

set of 1

Marking

without marking

Local signalling

without light indicator

Device mounting

flush

Fixing mode

by screws

[In] rated current

10 A

[Ue] rated operational voltage

250 V AC

Depth

27 mm

Length

94 mm

Width

42 mm

Fixing center

84 mm

Standards

  • AS/NZS 3112
  • AS 3100
  • AS 3109
  • AS/NZS 3122:approval number S/1
    • 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

      PVC (polyvinyl chloride)

      Others

      Cover type

      complete housing

      Unit Type of Package 1

      PCE

      Number of Units in Package 1

      1

      Package 1 Weight

      58 g

      Package 1 Height

      27 mm

      Package 1 width

      42 mm

      Package 1 Length

      94 mm
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      Frequently Asked Questions

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      What are the coil voltage codes for the LC1D115 / LC2D115 and LC1D150 / LC2D150 TeSys contactor?

      Issue:
      LC1D115-150 Coil voltages options

      Product Line:
      Contactors and Starters-IEC

      Environment:
      Tesys D Contactors

      Resolution:
      The following list the more common voltage suffix codes for these product lines.  For a more comprehensive list and to determine compatibility with a given product, refer to the catalog below.

      Note 1: LC1D150 contactors are only available with *7 coil codes.
      Note 2: Coil Code ending number represents frequency rating as follows:
      5 = 50 Hertz
      6 = 60 Hertz
      7 = 50/60 Hertz

      AC Volts ___Code                DC Volts ___Code
      24 ___ B5 or B6 or B7          12 ___ Not Avail.        
      42 ___ D5 or D7                   24 ___ BD
      48 ___ E5 or E6 or E7          36 ___ CD
      110 ___ F5 or F6 or F7         48 ___ ED
      115 ___ FE5 or FE7             60 ___ ND
      120 ___ G6 or G7                72 ___ SD
      127 ___ FC5 or FC7            110 ___ FD
      208 ___ L6 or LE7               125 ___ GD
      220 ___ M5 or M6 or M7       220 ___ MD
      230 ___ P5 or P7                 250 ___ UD
      240 ___ U5 or U6 or U7        440 ___ RD
      277 ___ W6 or UE7                
      380 ___ Q5 or Q6 or Q7                
      400 ___ V5 or V7                
      415 ___ N5 or N7                
      440 ___ R5 or R6 or R7                
      480 ___ T6 or T7                
      500 ___ S5 or S7                


       

      What replacement coils are available for the LC1F500?

      Issue:
      What replacement coils are available for the LC1F500?

      Product Line:
      TeSys F-Line Contactors

      Environment:
      All Product Lines

      Cause:
      Can not find it in the Digest

      Resolution:

      For LX1 standard style coils (most common):

      24VAC (40 - 400 hz) = Not Available
      48VAC (40 - 400 hz) = LX1FK048
      110VAC (40 - 400 hz) = LX1FK110
      120AC (40 - 400 hz) = LX1FK110
      208VAC (40 - 400 hz) = LX1FK200
      220VAC (40 - 400 hz) = LX1FK220
      240VAC (40 - 400 hz) = LX1FK240
      277VAC (40 - 400 hz) = LX1FK280
      380VAC (40 - 400 hz) = LX1FK380
      415VAC (40 - 400 hz) = LX1FK415
      440VAC (40 - 400 hz) = LX1FK415
      480VAC (40 - 400 hz) = LX1FK415
      600VAC (40 - 400 hz) = LX1FK600


      For LX9 special coils:


      24VAC (40 - 400 hz) = LX9FK910
      48VAC (40 - 400 hz) = LX9FK917
      110VAC (40 - 400 hz) = LX9FK925
      120AC (40 - 400 hz) = LX9FK925
      208VAC (40 - 400 hz) = LX9FK930
      220VAC (40 - 400 hz) = LX9FK931
      240VAC (40 - 400 hz) = LX9FK932
      277VAC (40 - 400 hz) = LX9FK932
      380VAC (40 - 400 hz) = LX9FK936
      415VAC (40 - 400 hz) = LX9FK936
      440VAC (40 - 400 hz) = LX9FK937
      480VAC (40 - 400 hz) = LX9FK937
      600VAC (40 - 400 hz) = Not Available







       

      Is there a remote electrical reset for F line contactors?

      Issue:
      Is there a remote electrical reset for F line contactors?
      Product Line:
      Tesys F contactors
      Environment:
      IEC Contactors
      Cause:
      Product Characteristics
      Resolution:
      Yes. The part number for the remote electrical reset snap-on module is LA7D03x, where x represents the coil voltage code.
      Voltage Codes:
      AC: 24V – B, 48V – E, 110V – F, 220/230V – M, 380/400V – Q, 415/440V - N          
      DC: 12V – J, 24V – B, 48V – E, 96V – DD, 110V – F, 220/230V - M

      Which rectifier is required for the LX9F*936 380V and 415V coils?

      Issue:
      Which rectifier is required for the LX9F*936 380V and 415V coils?

      Product Line:
      TeSys F-Line Contactors

      Environment:
      All Product Lines

      Cause:
      Can not find it in the Digest

      Resolution:
      For the LX9FJ936, LX9FK936, and LX9FL936 380V and 415V coils, use rectifier part number: DR5TF4S

      What can cause an OL1 fault on the ATV21 or ATV212 drives?

      Issue: 
      OL1 fault on ATV21/ATV212 drives.

      Product line:
      Altivar ATV212, ATV21 

      Environment:
      All models, all serial numbers 

      Cause:
      OL1 is a drive overload fault.  The motor is pulling to many amps and the internal overload is tripping.

      Resolution:

      OL1 is an overload fault.
      ITH parameter under main menu AUF is what determines the overload settings for a motor.  It is normally programmed to match motor FLA.
      Confirm that the motor settings including uL, F415 and F417 match your motor name plate.
      Check ACC time and make sure it is not too short a ramp up time.  
      Set AU1 to 0.
      Measure current draw by motor if possible at the output to the motor.  If the current draw surpasses ITH value then it will eventually fault out on OL1 given enough time has passed.
      Check for power drop in the line side of the drive.
      Set PT to 0.


      What is the replacement coil part number for the LC*D09 through LC*D32 and LC*DT20 through LC*DT40 TeSys contactors?

      Issue:
      Identifying replacement coils for tesys D non-reversing and reversing conactors

      Product Line:
      IEC Contactors and Starters

      Environment:
      Products sold and used in the United States

      Cause:
      Replacement coil is needed

      Resolution:
      DC replacement coils are not available.
      AC Coils are 50/60 hertz for voltages as listed below:

      Volts - Part Number
      12 ____ LXD1J7
      21 ____ LXD1Z7
      24 ____ LXD1B7
      32 ____ LXD1C7
      36 ____ LXD1CC7
      42 ____ LXD1D7
      48 ____ LXD1E7
      60 ____ LXD1EE7
      100 ___ LXD1K7 ( never brought to North America )
      110 ___ LXD1F7
      115 ___ LXD1FE7
      120 ___ LXD1G7
      127 ___ LXD1FC7
      200 ___ LXD1L7
      208 ___ LXD1LE7
      220 ___ LXD1M7
      230 ___ LXD1P7
      240 ___ LXD1U7
      277 ___ LXD1W7
      380 ___ LXD1Q7
      400 ___ LXD1V7
      415 ___ LXD1N7
      440 ___ LXD1R7
      480 ___ LXD1T7
      575 ___ LXD1SC7
      600 ___ LXD1X7
      690 ___ LXD1Y7


      Note: A contactor with an AC coil can be changed to a different AC voltage coil, IE you can take an LC1D09 with a 120VAC coil and put a 24VAC coil in it instead. An AC device cannot be switched to a DC coil, and a DC device cannot be switches to an AC coil. 
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