Sockets - Inlet, Flush inlet Socket 250V 10A - Round Design

Black | Sockets - Inlet, Flush inlet Socket 250V 10A - Round Design

Sockets - Inlet, Flush inlet Socket 250V 10A - Round Design

Item Number: 435-BK



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body: black

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[In] rated current

10 A

[Ue] rated operational voltage

230 V 50/60 Hz conforming to EN 60309-2

Connections - terminals

screw terminal

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






Package 1 Bare Product Quantity


Voltage colour


Plug, socket, control station shape



6 h

Unit Type of Package 1


Number of Units in Package 1


Package 1 Height

5.4 cm

Package 1 Width

8.9 cm

Package 1 Length

8.8 cm

Package 1 Weight

61 g

Unit Type of Package 2


Number of Units in Package 2


Package 2 Height

11 cm

Package 2 Width

16.4 cm

Package 2 Length

25.2 cm

Package 2 Weight

0.714 kg

Unit Type of Package 3


Number of Units in Package 3


Package 3 Height

36 cm

Package 3 Width

34.5 cm

Package 3 Length

40.5 cm

Package 3 Weight

7.6 kg
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Video: How to wire and install an arc fault (CAFI), ground fault (GFI), or dual function (DF) breaker in a QO or HOM load center

How are arc fault, ground fault, or dual function breakers in a QO or HOM load center wired?

Product Line:
Load Centers

The following video demonstrates a typical GFI Breaker Installation. The same wiring guidelines apply for CAFI, AFI, and DF breakers. Please consult the instruction guide included with your circuit breaker for specific installation procedures.


Instruction bulletins:
Homeline single pole ground fault (GFI)
Homeline two pole ground fault (GFI)
Homeline single pole arc fault (CAFI)
Homeline two pole arc fault (CAFI)
Homeline dual function (DF)

QO single pole ground fault (GFI)
QO two pole ground fault (GFI)
QO three pole ground fault (GFI)
QO single pole arc fault (CAFI)
QO two pole arc fault (CAFI)
QO dual function (DF) 

How do I access data that will be logged in a Harmony HMI (Programmed with Vijeo Designer)?

There are 2 options to access the logged data. If the HMI has a USB drive port, then the data can be saved on a USB by selecting SRAM and file in the variable storage tab of the Logging group settings. The files will be stored as a .DAT which can be manually copied from the USB and converted to a .CSV file.

The other option is to use the Vijeo designer Data Manager which is included as a separate setup file in the Vijeo designer install folder. Vijeo designer is not required to use this.

To set up the HMI to allow Data Manager to connect, security settings need to be enabled in Vijeo designer. Set Data Manager Security to either “Use Security” or “Anonymous”.

Download the project to the HMI and when prompted, select “Delete all run-time data”. This is a required step in order to change the security settings of the HMI. Note, this will delete all existing logged data as well as all Target settings in the HMI, so it is best to download this when first commissioning the HMI.

The Data Manager tool can now be used to extract the logged data from the HMI.


What Earth leakage protection relay do I require?

Firstly Choose from the two types of relays, (DIN rail mount or Front-panel mount) Using the tables below.
Then make a selection dependent on the voltage required along with the settings desired.

Vigirex Earth Leakage Protection Relay (DIN rail mount)
RH21M12 to 24V AC- 12 to 48V DC30mA-Inst, 300mA-Insta or 300mA-60ms56160
 48V AC30mA-Inst, 300mA-Insta or 300mA-60ms56161
 110 to 130V AC30mA-Inst, 300mA-Insta or 300mA-60ms56162
 220 to 240V AC30mA-Inst, 300mA-Insta or 300mA-60ms56163
 380 to 415V AC30mA-Inst, 300mA-Insta or 300mA-60ms56164
 440 to 525VAC30mA-Inst, 300mA-Insta or 300mA-60ms56165
RH99M12 to 24V AC- 12 to 48V DC30mA to 30A- Inst to 4.5s56170
 48V AC30mA to 30A- Inst to 4.5s56171
 110 to 130V AC30mA to 30A- Inst to 4.5s56172
 220 to 240V AC30mA to 30A- Inst to 4.5s56173
 380 to 415V AC30mA to 30A- Inst to 4.5s56174
 440 to 525V ac30mA to 30A- Inst to 4.5s56175

Vigirex Earth Leakage Protection Relay (Front-Panel mount)
RH21P12 to 24V AC- 12 to 48V DC30mA-Inst, 300mA-Insta or 300mA-60ms56260
 48V AC30mA-Inst, 300mA-Insta or 300mA-60ms56261
 110 to 130V AC30mA-Inst, 300mA-Insta or 300mA-60ms56262
 220 to 240V AC30mA-Inst, 300mA-Insta or 300mA-60ms56263
 380 to 415V AC30mA-Inst, 300mA-Insta or 300mA-60ms56264
 440 to 525VAC30mA-Inst, 300mA-Insta or 300mA-60ms56265
RH99P12 to 24V AC- 12 to 48V DC30mA to 30A- Inst to 4.5s56270
 48V AC30mA to 30A- Inst to 4.5s56271
 110 to 130V AC30mA to 30A- Inst to 4.5s56272
 220 to 240V AC30mA to 30A- Inst to 4.5s56273
 380 to 415V AC30mA to 30A- Inst to 4.5s56274
 440 to 525V ac30mA to 30A- Inst to 4.5s56275
RHU220 to 240V AC15mA to 30A- Inst to 5s28560(1)

Then choose a Toroidal to suit:
Vigirex Sensors (Toroidal and rectangular)
Closed Toroid,A-typeTA3030mm65A50437(2)
Split Toroid, OA-typePOA46mm85A50485
Rectangular SensorsSmall Rectangular Sensors280 x 115mm1600A56053(3)
 Large Rectangular Sensors470 x 160mm3200A56054(3)

For further information please visit https://www.se.com/au/en/product-range/1014-vigirex/?parent-subcategory-id=4250
Earth-leakage relay RH10M - 1 A - 24 VEarth-leakage relay RH10P - 30 mA - 24 V


What are the part numbers for jumpers for AB1VV435U?

AB1VV435U Jumpers

Product Line:
Terminal Blocks

AB1 Terminal Blocks

Product selection

AB1 series terminal blocks and accessories are obsolete. 

For the alternative materials to used are as follows:
AB1VV435U crosses over to new NSY series part number NSYTRV42.

What's the difference between a regular Home member, an Administrator and the Homeowner?

The Homeowner has access to all functions. Administrator has access to all functions except the ability to transfer the homeowner rights, delete the home and granting administrator rights to other members. A common member only has access to operate devices, receive notifications (alarm, moment/automation trigger, device added/removed and invite) from a home, configure device settings and schedules.

What are some ways I can save money on my home’s electricity bill?

We get asked this a lot – and rightly so. We all want to be as efficient with our energy and reduce our energy bills. Easy ways you can make immediate savings are:

  1. Installing LED lights – they use less energy, last longer and lower your environmental impact.
  2. Stop paying for standby power – even when your devices are on ‘standby mode’ they’re using power. If you’re not using them, turn them off.
  3. Check your devices’ eco settings – and turn them on! They’ll save power for you.

If you’re looking for a long-term solution, check out our Wiser Energy Management options or speak with your electrician about the best options for you. Installing Wiser Energy management solutions allows you to use the Wiser by SE app and keep track of your usage, maximise your solar, and save on bills.

You can find more tips on how you can save on your electricity bill each month here.