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Max 4 Blue Point Substitutes for Deleted Dandl Line Taps, Suits 35mm² Cable

Max 4 Blue Point Substitutes for Deleted Dandl Line Taps, Suits 35mm² Cable

Max 4 Blue Point Substitutes for Deleted Dandl Line Taps, Suits 35mm² Cable

Item Number: BP24

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Specifications

Design

Product brand

Clipsal

Physical

Type of cable

plain

EU RoHS Directive

Under investigation

Others

Unit Type of Package 1

PCE

Number of Units in Package 1

1

Package 1 Weight

52.0 g

Package 1 Height

3.4 cm

Package 1 width

2.5 cm

Package 1 Length

2.4 cm

Unit Type of Package 2

BB1

Number of Units in Package 2

20

Package 2 Weight

1.086 kg

Package 2 Height

5.4 cm

Package 2 width

10.4 cm

Package 2 Length

14.8 cm

Unit Type of Package 3

CAR

Number of Units in Package 3

200

Package 3 Weight

11.0 kg

Package 3 Height

11 cm

Package 3 width

25.5 cm

Package 3 Length

31 cm
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Frequently Asked Questions

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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’s the difference between an RCD and safety switch and do I need one?

Essentially, nothing. ‘Safety switch’ is often a common name for an RCD, which stands for ‘residual current device’. It monitors the electrical currents in your home and if there is a fault or compromised circuit – whether it be from an appliance, wire or switch – it quickly disconnects the power.

We highly recommend speaking with your electrician about ways that you ensure your home is electrically safe.