Switched Socket and 2 Extra Switch

Switched Socket and 2 Extra Switch

Switched Socket and 2 Extra Switch

Item Number: 694XX-WH

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  • White 1 PCE

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Specifications

Design

Product brand

Clipsal

Range of product

PDL 600 Designer Series

Colour code

RAL 9010

Physical

Control type

ON/OFF button

Number of gangs

1 gang

Pin number

3

Number of power socket outlets

1

Actuator

  • rocker
  • switch
    • Mounting position

      horizontal

      Fixing mode

      by screws

      Local signalling

      without light indicator

      [Ue] rated operational voltage

      250 V AC

      [In] rated current

      10 A

      Width

      74 mm

      Height

      118 mm

      Fixing center

      84 mm

      Standards

    • AS 3100
    • AS 3133
    • AS 3112
      • Others

        Package 1 Weight

        0.128 kg
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        Frequently Asked Questions

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        Is the PDL694XX available in black?

        No, only available in white

        Is the PDL 694X, socket outlet horizontal and switched with an extra switch, available in black?

        No, the PDL 694X is only available in white
         

        Is there a metal cover plate available to suit the PDL 694X - single, horizontal socket outlet with extra switch?

        There are three metal cover plates available to suit the PDL 694X - Polished Brass (PB) PDL694XMPB, Brushed Bronze (BBZ) PDL694XMBBZ and Stainless Steel (SS) PDL694XMSS.

        Is there a white cover plate available for the PDL 694X?

        Yes, the cover plate code is PDL 694XCWH. The cover plate is also available in Polished Brass (694XMPB), Brushed Bronze (694XMBBZ) and Stainless Steel (694XMSS).

         

        Is there a white cover plate available for the PDL vertical double socket outlet with extra switch - 692X?

        The PDL 692XC is the cover plate to suit.
         

        Is there a Surge Protection Socket Outlet available in the 600 series?

        PDL used to do a complete unit - The 695SP however, this is now obsolete. A Surge Protection Outlet can be made up of parts. You will need to use one of the sockets that have an extra switch space such as the 694X or the 695X and replace the extra switch with our Surge Protection Module, the 600SM.

         

        What material is used in and what is the surface treatment for the ZB4xx flanges?

        ZB4xx flanges are made of chromium plated ZnAl4.

        will a PDL642MUSB mech fit into the pdl692xbk Socket outlet?

        Yes the 642MUSB mech will fit a 692X. Wire the Active and Neutral into USB mech.

         

        Is it possible to get a vertical single, switched socket with two extra switches in the PDL range?

        We only do a horizontal single, switched socket with two extra switches - PDL 694XX.

        Another alternative would be to use a PDL 691X. This is a vertical single, switched socket with one extra switch.
         

        What material is used in and what is the surface treatment for the ZB4BZ009 mounting bases?

        ZB4xx mounting bases are made of chromium plated ZnAl4 and mild sheet steel.
        This product is RoHS compliant (Restriction of Hazardous Products)

        Where are the wiring diagrams for Undervoltage Trips (MN) and Shunt Trips (MX) of the Powerpact breakers?

        Product Line:
        Circuit Breakers

        Environment:
        Powerpact H, J, L, M, P and R

        Resolution:
        There are two terminals on the UVR and the Shunt Trip accessories to which you attach the control wires.
        • The shunt trip will trip the circuit breaker if control voltage is applied across the two shunt trip terminals.
        • The undervoltage trip will trip the circuit breaker if control voltage is removed from the two undervoltage trip terminals.
        Here are links to the instruction bulletins for the shunt trips and undervoltage trips of the Powerpact Breakers
        Powerpact H, J, L - document 48940-229-01
        Powerpact M, P, R - document 48049-245-03

        How do I troubleshoot the Altivar Process Drive when it will not connect or communicate while over a Modbus Serial Network?

        Issue:
        How do I troubleshoot the Modbus Serial on the Altivar Process Drive?

        Product Line:
        Altivar Process Drive (ATV630, ATV930, ATV650, ATV950, ATV660, ATV960, ATV680, ATV980)

        Environment:
        All serial numbers for Altivar Process Drive

        Cause:
        N/A

        Resolution:

        Note: This FAQ goes over some basic checks and troubleshooting tips. For extended troubleshooting please refer to your drives Modbus Serial manual. 

        Drive Will Not Connect
        • Installation
          • Make sure Modbus cable (not Ethernet cable) is connected to the appropriate Modbus serial port.
          • Pin Layout - Make sure to use proper pinouts
          • Isolate any electrical interference
            • Use conduits
            • Separate control and power connections
          • Add terminating resistors if the drive is at the end or the last of device in the network.
          • Network
            • Check for any duplicate addresses on the network.
            • Check to make sure you have proper configured assemblies
          • Programming
            • Check Basic Settings on the drive. Make sure the following is set:
              • Modbus Address
              • Modbus Baud Rate
              • Make sure drive is power cycled after any Communication settings are made.
          • Troubleshooting
            • Check LEDs on the drive
            • The following figure describes the LEDs status for Modbus Field-bus monitoring:
            • Eth NS (Embeded Modbus) - Indicates the Modbus serial link connection status​
        Drive Connects But Will Not Run
        • Network
        • Programming on the Drive
          • Confirm drive is setup for Network Control
            • Check Command and Reference Menu
              • [Complete settings] [Command and Reference]
        • ​​Troubleshooting
          • Check Communication Map
            • [Display] [Communication map]
              • ​​Check Command Channel
              • Command Register
              • Ref Freq Channel
              • Ref Freq
        • Reference attached manuals for further troubleshooting