900 Series Rewireable Cord Extension Sockets, Socket Rigid, Heavy Duty, 10A

900 Series Rewireable Cord Extension Sockets, Socket Rigid, Heavy Duty, 10A

900 Series Rewireable Cord Extension Sockets, Socket Rigid, Heavy Duty, 10A

Item Number: 925R

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Qty UoM EAN Colour



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Quantity per set

set of 1

Connections - terminals

screw terminal

Local signalling

without light indicator

Fixing mode

by screws

[In] rated current

10 A


  • AS/NZS 3100
  • AS/NZS 3112
    • Material


      PC (polycarbonate)


      Package 1 Weight

      0.049 kg
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      Frequently Asked Questions

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      I need a PDL 925R with a round earth pin (cord connector 10amp) rewirable

      PDL does not have a round earth cord connector 
      Clipsal range offer a 438L-we it has a round earth pin only availble in White in NZ

      What is the cord connector to suit the PDL 905R ?

      The cord connector to suit is Clipsal 438L

      What's the vertical mounting rail depth for the NetShelter SX cabinets?

      Customers need to know the adjustable depths of the NetShelter mounting rails.

      Product Line: 
      NetShelter SX

      All models and serial ranges.

      Customers need to make sure that the NetShelter rails can be adjusted to fit their equipment.


      Vertical mounting rails come factory installed on most NetShelter SX cabinets in the proper position for use with rack mountable equipment that has a depth of 29 in (737 mm).
      Information regarding the exact positioning and adjustability for any specific cabinet is available on the APC website. Search for the cabinet sku, go to the Documentation tab, then open the Submittal Drawings.
      All vertical rails can be adjusted back and forth in as little as .250 inch (6.35 mm) increments. Simply loosen the clamping brackets on each rail to reposition it.
      A unique "captive" vertical rail design prevents the rail from dislodging during the adjustment process. Plus, visual alignment aides allow for quick vertical alignment of the rails.
      The vertical mounting rails of the NetShelter are marked with numbered U-spaces on both the front and back.

      Can the NetShelter SX cabinets be bayed with the side panels on, and how do the baying brackets work?

      Customers may want to bay the cabinets with the side panels attached.
      Product Line:
      NetShelter SX
      All versions and serial ranges.
      Side panels are used to control heat dispersion from adjacent cabinets.
      Resolution :
      NetShelter SX cabinets are designed to be bayed together with the side panels in place. Every NetShelter SX cabinet ships with the required baying hardware included eliminating the need to order multiple part numbers to compete a row. The design of the NetShelter SX baying hardware allows for a single cabinet with equipment installed to be removed from a row. The baying of cabinets with side panels in place offers several advantages to end users. First and foremost, front to back cooling air flow is enhanced by the use of side panels. This is of great importance when rack mounting multiple servers into a cabinet.

      The baying brackets are located behind the front door on the left hand side and also on the left rear frame. The only tool needed is a #2 Philips screwdriver. Simply loosen the bracket and rotate it to the side. Using the supplied M5X12 screw, attach the bracket to the adjacent cabinet. There are two alignment holes on the bracket allowing the cabinets to be joined at 600 mm on center, or 24 inch on center. If the later option is chosen then there is a gap which can be filled with the optional baying trim kit, AR7600.

      See the attached pictures for more detail

      Why are the Overload and On-Line LEDs flashing on my APC Back-UPS?


      Why are the Overload and On-Line LEDs flashing on my APC Back-UPS?

      Product Line:

      Back-UPS CS, Back-UPS PRO, Back-UPS USB, Back-UPS LS, Back-UPS NS/XS/RS


      Back-UPS CS, Back-UPS PRO, Back-UPS USB, Back-UPS LS, Back-UPS NS/XS/RS

      Cause / Resolution:

      When a Back-UPS UPS flashes the On-Line and Overload LEDs alternately, it is signifying that the unit is in ""Sleep"" mode after the optional shutdown software has gracefully shutdown the operating system. In this state the unit
      turns off its output power to conserve the battery as the unit waits for normal input power to return. When power returns and is deemed safe for your equipment the UPS will then ""wake-up"" and turn back on its output power.
      Normally, it is the optional shutdown software (PowerChute Personal Edition, PowerChute Business Edition) that commands the UPS to go to sleep once it has gracefully shutdown the operating system.
      It is possible and normal, however, for the UPS under certain circumstances to go to sleep even though no optional shutdown software is being used in conjunction with the UPS. There are two possible scenarios that can cause the UPS to spontaneously go into ""Sleep"" mode.

      1. If the UPS's battery is disconnected and reconnected while the UPS is operating On-Battery (4 beeps every 30 seconds, yellow On-Battery LED is illuminated) this will occur.

      2. If the battery is disconnected while the unit is On-Line and then the UPS goes to battery (either because of a power problem or because the UPS's input power cord is unplugged) this will also occur.

      Turning the unit off and back on with the battery connected will clear this symptom.