Clipsal - 600 Series, Single Horizontal Switched Socket 10A

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Clipsal - 600 Series, Single Horizontal Switched Socket 10A

Item Number: 694-WH



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Range of product

PDL 600 Designer Series

Product brand



Control type

ON/OFF button

Number of gangs

1 gang

Pin number


Number of power socket outlets



  • rocker
  • switch

Fixing mode

by screws

Local signalling

without light indicator

Mounting position


[Ue] rated operational voltage

230...240 V AC

[In] rated current

10 A


74 mm


118 mm

Fixing center

84 mm


  • AS 3100
  • AS 3133
  • AS 3112





Package 1 Bare Product Quantity


Unit Type of Package 1


Number of Units in Package 1


Package 1 Height

2.5 cm

Package 1 Width

12.0 cm

Package 1 Length

7.7 cm

Package 1 Weight

85.7 g
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Frequently Asked Questions

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How to change a wrong USB Driver on DCCABKIT6 

Suppose the following happens when connecting the DCCABKIT6 cable between Laptop and DALIcontrol Duo Mode 3 Power Supply (DCDALCIP250-2).

In Device Manager find something like


The cable has likely been used with some other product that has recognised the FDTI chip and installed this LibUSB driver which is not recognised by the Simple Wizard which sees a different device ID


Right click on this entry in the Device Manager and select Properties from the menu


And proceed to the Driver tab


…and select <Update Driver>


… and Select <Browse my computer for Drivers>


Select <Let me pick from a list of available drivers on my computer>

With this next Dialog un-tick the Show compatible hardware


In this case you should see Manufacturer FTDI and Select from the Model USB Serial Port which should start the install finishing with…


From here you should now be able to connect.

It is important to note that when connecting to the DALIcontrol Duo Mode 3 Power Supply (DCDALCIP250-2) with the DCCABKIT6 programming cable and running DCBMWizard or SimpleWizard that the power supply be in mode 1. To achieve this on the DCDALCIP250-2 press and hold the <ON A> button and momentarily press the <TEST A> button. The Line A indicator will single pulse 5x to indicate the mode.


If there is a compatible driver installed you can try tick Show Compatible hardware, then try selecting one of the drivers below.


If there are no drivers to be found on the Computer in question it is then possible to download the software by going to the following on  your web browser https://support.arduino.cc/hc/en-us/articles/4411305694610-Install-or-update-FTDI-drivers and follow the instructions laid out.

Also go to https://ftdichip.com/drivers/  and follow up with https://ftdichip.com/document/installation-guides/


Are braking resistors available for the ATV12 drives?

ATV12 breaking resistors available
Product Line:
Altivar 12
All models and serial numbers
The ATV12 drives do not have built in braking units so an external braking module is required.
In the USA, braking module VW3A11701 can be connected to the drive and the braking resistor can then be connected to the braking module.
Powerohm is a 3rd party vendor that Schneider Electric in the USA has partnered with to provide DB resistors, since some resistors in our Global documents are not released for sale here.
For specific DB Resistor selection, feel free to contact Powerohm at 800-838-4694.

How to upgrade Micrologic X firmware on Masterpact MTZ ?

Masterpact MTZ ACB use EcoStruxure Power Commission (EPC) software for firmware upgrade, set up, testing & commissioning.
  Also, make sure to follow all the instructions for the firmware upgrade mentioned in the Micrologic X user manual as attached.
The attached document ‘EPC How to Upgrade Firmware’ shows the upgrade process.

Connection using a USB cable

How to Calculate the Required Capacity kVA Rating or Amperage Capacity for Single and Three Phase Transformers

Calculation of kVA capacity for a Single or Three Phase Transformer, based on Winding Voltage and Amperage information.
Applies to all Single and Three Phase Transformers.
kVA sizing must often be calculated from Primary or Secondary Winding Voltage and Amperage information.

This Frequently Asked Question offers three different methods for finding the needed information:

This link on the Schneider Electric Website is a Transformer Data Calculator:


There are also the following methods for calculating or finding the Required Capacity kVA Rating or Amperage Capacity for Single and Three Phase Transformers:

2.  To determine kVA you must have at least two pieces of information:  
  1. the load line-to-line voltage (V)
  2. the maximum load phase current (I)

Single Phase Transformers: kVA = (V * I) /1000
Three Phase Transformers:  kVA = (V * I * 1.732) / 1000
where 1.732 is the simple numerical value for the square root of 3 (1.7320508...)
Then round up to the next standard 3ph kVA rating as found in Section 14 of SquareD/Schneider Electric Catalog, Digest 178 .

Single Phase Transformer Example: V = 240, I = 175; Therefore: kVA = (240 x 175) / 1000 = 42 kVA
This calculates to 42 kVA, thus we round up to a standard Single Phase size 50kVA.  From the Digest, an EE50S3H will satisfactorily serve this load.

Three Phase Transformer Example:  V = 208, I = 175; Therefore: kVA = (208 x 175 x 1.732) / 1000 = 63.05kVA
This calculates to 63+ kVA, thus we round up to a standard Three Phase size 75kVA.  From the Digest, an EXN75T3H will satisfactorily serve this load.

Note:  This is a sample kVA calculation and does not take into account possible special load requirements, such as found with motors or some medical equipment, or other specialty applications.

Amperage provided for a given KVA can be determined by similar techniques:

Single Phase Example:  Using a 50 KVA Single Phase Transformer as a starting point.  50KVA is equal to 50,000 VA. (K= 1,000)  The full value in VA, 50,000 is then divided by the Voltage 240V = 208 Amperes.  This is a "Two Step Division", technique:  VA / Voltage = Amperage

Three Phase Example:  Using a 75 KVA Three Phase Transformer as a starting point.  75 KVA is equal to 75,000 VA. (K= 1,000)  The full value in VA, 75,000 divided by 1.732 = 43,302, which is then divided by the Voltage 208V = 208.2 Amperes.  This is a "Three Step Division", technique:  VA / 1.732 / Voltage = Amperage

3.  As an alternative to these calculations, you may prefer to use the charts below.  Standard KVA sizes are shown on the left margin, Standard Line-to-Line Voltages are shown along the top margin. 

Chart Example:  Using the numbers from the earlier Three Phase Transformer Example V=208, I=175.  Use the chart titled "Three Phase Low Voltage Dry Type Transformers".  Following the 208V top margin entry, and reading down vertically, it is seen that the first entry in that 208V vertical column that will cover 175A, and then some, is 208A, which indicates a 75 KVA Transformer, shown in the next over vertical column to the left.

See pages 3 & 4 of document 7400HO9501 "Looking for Low Voltage Transformer Solutions" for more information and conversion tables.
kVA Table

Why choose Type B RCD for 3 Phase Variable Speed Drives?

For the 3 Phase Variable Speed Drives, the RCD type B or type B-Si is particularly suitable.
It protects against fault currents with DC offset, which is true for three-phase power converters. In addition, it has enhanced immunity against nuisance tripping caused by:

  • EMC common mode filters connected upstream VSD.
    Type B has a tripping delay allowing the inrush current to flow on power up.

  • The permanent switching leakage currents existing in power converters (ex: 25kHz).
    Type B include a "low pass" filter to ensure a trigger threshold which increases with frequency while complying with the personal protection curve (fibrillation).

Please note: if the required sensitivity is 300mA, Selective type RCD should be proposed ensuring a non-triggering time of 50ms. 

More information can be found on the Earth Fault Protection guide: https://download.schneider-electric.com/files?p_enDocType=Catalog&p_File_Name=CA908066E+%28web%29.pdf&p_Doc_Ref=CA908066E

With regards to installation of these RCDs, they are mounted upstream of the Variable Speed Drives.

See below example


Schneider Electric offers Acti9 iID range of 4 Pole RCDs type B available in 30 mA sensitivity and type B-Si available in 30 and 300 mA sensitivity (Selective type is available)


Click this link below to view the complete range of Acti9 iID RCDs available in Australia: https://www.se.com/au/en/product-range/7559-acti9-iid/?filter=business-5-residential-and-small-business&parent-subcategory-id=1620

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.

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