switch 1g w/p 15a 250v
switch 1g w/p 15a 250v
switch 1g w/p 15a 250v
switch 1g w/p 15a 250v

Surface Switch, 1 Gang, 1 Pole, 250VAC, 16A, WS Series, M80 - square

Catalogue Number: WS226
switch 1g w/p 15a 250v
switch 1g w/p 15a 250v
switch 1g w/p 15a 250v
switch 1g w/p 15a 250v
Colour: Resistant Grey
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • Resistant Grey 1 PCE
  • Resistant White Electric 1 PCE

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  • Weathershield
  • Series WS
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      sliding type
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      by screws
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      surface
      Surface finish
      brilliant
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    • AS/NZS 3133
    • AS 60529
    • IEC 60669-1
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        Green Premium product
        REACh free of SVHC
        Yes
        EU RoHS Directive
        Compliant
        Toxic heavy metal free
        Yes
        Mercury free
        Yes
        RoHS exemption information
        Yes
        China RoHS Regulation
         Pro-active China RoHS declaration (out of China RoHS legal scope)
        Environmental Disclosure
        ENVPEP130201EN
        Circularity Profile
        N/A

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        Frequently Asked Questions

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        Is part number WS226N still available?

        The part now supplied as WS226 with 56LEDK1.

        Is the SW226 a 2 way switch?

        Yes, the WS226 is a 2 way switch.

        Is WS226 available with LED indicator?

        56LEDK1, single phase Red LED kit can be used as an indicator for WS226. 56LEDK1 field fit kits includes LED on flying leads, lens, o-ring, drill bit 5.5mm (7/32) and instructions.
        For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=56LEDK1
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        What IP rating is the WS226

        It is rated IP 66

        What is the part number for a WS226 with an intermediate mechanism?

        The part number for a WS226 with an intermediate mecanism is WS226I-RG.

        What is the dimensions of a WS226 series product?

        The dimensions of the WS226 range is 85mm x 85mm x 64mm Deep.

        Please follow the below link for further information on this range:
        https://updates.clipsal.com/ClipsalOnline/Files/Brochures/I0000131.pdf

        Is WS226 Weathershield, IP66, 1 gang surface switch available with neon indicator?

        WS226 is not sold with a neon indicator assembled on it. However, 56LEDK1 is the part number of the LED kit to suit WS226 Weathershield, IP66, 1 gang surface switch.  56LEDK1 Field fit kits includes LED on flying leads, lens, o-ring, drill bit 5.5mm (7/32) and instructions. LEDs provide more reliability and extended life compared to traditional neons.
        For further information, please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=56LEDK1

        What are the dimensions of the WS229?

        The dimensions of the WS229 are 80mm (L) X 64mm (W) X 48mm (D).

        Does the WS229 come with push button mech?

        The WS229 comes with a 30USM as standard.
        A push button mech will need to be incorporated into a WS229VH.


         

        Does the WS229 come with push button mech

        Part no WS229 does not come with push button mech as  standard

        the mech needs to go into a WS229VH

        Can I get a WS226 with a neon?

        No, unfortunately the WS226 does not come with a neon.
        However you can fit the 56LEDK1 to get an indicator.

        Some of the key features are:
        • Includes: LED on flying leads, Lens, O-Ring, Drill Bit 5.5 mm(7/32), and instructions
        • 20,000 h LED life
        • LED stranded flying leads 22AWG
        For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=56LEDK1

        Can the mech in part number WS226I be replaced?

        Unfortunately, the mech cannot be replaced as it will void the IP66 rating of part

        For more information on this part please refer to https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=WS226I



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        Can I replace the mech in a Clipsal WS226 ?

        It is not possible to replace the mech inside this unit as it may compromise the IP rating.

        What is the part number for a neon kit to suit the 56 Series single phase switch?

        The part number for a neon kit to suit the 56 Series single phase switch is 56LEDK1.
        Apart from 56 series switches and switched sockets, the following products in the weatherprotected range can also accept the 56LEDK1: WSC227 and WSCF227 series (square/rectangular shapes); WS226 and WSF226 series; WHA, WHB and WHC series.
        Some of the key features are:
        • Includes: LED on flying leads, Lens, O-Ring, Drill Bit 5.5 mm(7/32), and instructions
        • 20,000 h LED life
        • LED stranded flying leads 22AWG
        For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=56LEDK1
         

        What is the replacement for a 56 Series light kit WNK?

        The 56ledk1 is the replacement for the WNK which is the single phase version.
        For use with 3 phase a 56ledk3 can be used.
        56LEDK1 LED Kit, Single Phase

        Apart from 56 series switches and switched sockets, the following products in the weatherprotected range can also accept the 56LEDK1: WSC227 and WSCF227 series (square/rectangular shapes); WS226 and WSF226 series; WHA, WHB and WHC series .

        Some of the key Features are:
        • Includes: LED on flying leads, Lens, O-Ring, Drill Bit 5.5 mm(7/32), and instructions
        • 20,000 h LED life
        • LED stranded flying leads 22AWG                       
        For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=56LEDK3

        What is the temperature range of the WS226?

        The operating temperature of the Weathershield products is -25ºC to +75ºC.
        For temperatures outside of these limits, and for information on the heat generated by the electrical components, please contact your Clipsal representative.

        For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=WS226

         

        Is there a weather shield part with a 30 series mech option?

         WS229VH is the enclosure only of the WS229 which takes 30 series mechs

        What is the M rating of the WSF226 switch?

        M80 is the correct rating for the WSF226.

        It used to be M100 but the mechs were changed to 30USM which changed the M rating also.

        For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=WSF226

         

        Do you have a WSF226 with a bell press?

        This is not available however you could use a WS229VH with a 30MBPR.

        Some of the key features are:
        • 53 mm Mounting centre
        • Suits 30 mechanism

        For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=WS229VH

         

        Does the WS266 do 2 way switching?

        Yes the Mechanism, is a
        16A 250V ~
        Single Gang
        Terminal Detail - 1 way/2 way and looping terminal
        Terminal Bore - 4.1mm
        Maximum Cables - 3 x 2.5mm2

        Can the mech in the WS226 be purchased separately ?

         
         
         
         
        No - we do not sell this mech as a spare part.
        For more information on this product range please visit the Clipsal Web site on the link provided
        https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=ws226

        What is the part number for a 1 gang 10amp weather proof switch with neon indicator?

        The part number for a 1 gang 10amp weather proof switch with neon indicator is - WS226 & 56LEDK1

        for further information visit link below:-
        https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=WS226
        https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=56LEDK1
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        Is part number WSC227 available in Black?

        No. Unfortunately,part number WSC227 is not available in Black.

        Does the WS226PB have a N/O contact?

        Yes, the WS226PB comes with a normally open contact.

        Some of the key features are:
        • Single mechanism
        • Green neoprene button marked PRESS
        • M40 rating
        For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=WS226PB

        What is the part number for a WSC227 with an extra switch?

        The part number for a WSC227 with an extra switch is a WSC227/2XR.

        Is there a 15 Amp version of the WSC228 small format outlet?

        No, unfortunately in the WSC small format we only do a 10A outlet.

        Is the WSCF228 and the WSC228 have the same dimensions?

        Yes apart from the depth as one is surface mount and the other is flushmount.
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        Does the WSC227 come in resistant cream?

        No, the WSC227 does not come in resistant cream. It comes in White Electric, Grey and Brown.

        Some of the key features are:
        • Large angle
        • Easy access to screw for quick termination of cable
        • Weatherprotected horse shoe switched socket outlets
        For further information please visithttps://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=WSC227

         

        Is there a curved mounting block for pole mounting in the WSC227?

        No, there isn't.

        What is the part number for a replacement diffuser for the WB236?

        The part number for a replacement diffuser for the WB236 is - CLIDWB236, but these have been discontinued, and are no longer available.

        Do you have a 2 gang weatherproof switch in black?

        No, the WS226/2 is not available in black.

        The available colours are:
        Resistant Grey
        Resistant Cream
        Resistant Terracotta
        Resistant White Electric

        For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=WS226/2


         

        What is the 2 gang version of the WSC228?

        The 2 gang version of the WSC228 is the WSC227F2.

        For more information, please refer to the link:
        https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=WSC227F2




         

        Do you do the C2031V66 weather proof switch in intermediate?

        Unfortunately this part is unavailable. As an alternative you could use the WS226I, however it is a different range and looks entirely different. 

        Some of the key features are:
        • 1 gang
        • M100 rating
        • Weather protected switch
        • Outdoor lighting, Illuminated signs applications
        For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=WS226I​

         

        What is included in the 56LEDK1?

        56LEDK1 Field fit kits includes 1 x LED on flying leads, 1 x red lens, o-ring, drill bit 5.5mm (7/32) and instructions.
        For more information on this product range please visit the Clipsal web site on the link provided
        https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=56ledk1

        What is the part number for a replacement base for the WSC227/2?

        The base for the WSC227 series , is not available as a spare part.

        What is part number for led kit to suit WSC227?

        The part number for led kit to suit is a 56LEDK1.

        For more information on this part please refer to https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=56LEDK1


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        Different Types of Voltmeters

        Issue:

        This document applies to all APC product families that produce a stepped approximated sine wave (a.k.a. quasi wave) when operating on-battery. When these units are on-line, they pass through the sine wave coming from the utility power.

        Product Line:

        Back-UPS and Back-UPS PRO

        Environment:

        N/A

        Cause:

        This discussion is a result of the fact that a Non-True RMS meter will read anywhere from 80 - 90 Vac from the output of a 120 Vac APC UPS (or 170 - 180 Vac from the output of a 230 Vac APC UPS) producing a stepped approximated sine wave while operating on-battery. This is not an issue when the UPS is operating on-line.

        Resolution:

        There are generally two types of meters: ""Average responding"" and ""True RMS"" meters. Average responding meters are more commonly used. True RMS meters tend to be more expensive. If the meter does not have ""TRUE RMS"" written right on the front, it is most likely NOT a True RMS meter.



        The issue that arises with a non-True RMS or average responding meter is whether it is measuring the output from a linear load or a nonlinear load. Linear loads include but are not limited to devices such as light bulbs, incandescent lamps and resistive heaters. Nonlinear loads include devices like computers. When measuring the output of nonlinear loads, the average responding meter will typically read LOW. True-RMS meters are most effective when measuring environments with harmonics. When a waveform is distorted from a standard sine wave (""the fundamental""), an average responding meter may produce readings that are misleadingly incorrect. A stepped approximated sine wave appears distorted when compared to a true sine wave; therefore, a reading will produce incorrect results.

        When an average responding meter is measuring the stepped approximated output from an APC UPS while operating on battery, this meter will also read low. The wave shape generated is similar to what the meter would see from a nonlinear load, hence the averaging calculation that the meter makes will be miscalculated." This document applies to all APC product families that produce a stepped approximated sine wave (a.k.a. quasi wave) when operating on-battery. When these units are on-line, they pass through the sine wave coming from the utility power.

         

        Different Types of Voltmeters

        Issue:

        This document applies to all APC product families that produce a stepped approximated sine wave (a.k.a. quasi wave) when operating on-battery. When these units are on-line, they pass through the sine wave coming from the utility power.

        Product Line:

        Back-UPS and Back-UPS PRO

        Environment:

        N/A

        Cause:

        This discussion is a result of the fact that a Non-True RMS meter will read anywhere from 80 - 90 Vac from the output of a 120 Vac APC UPS (or 170 - 180 Vac from the output of a 230 Vac APC UPS) producing a stepped approximated sine wave while operating on-battery. This is not an issue when the UPS is operating on-line.

        Resolution:

        There are generally two types of meters: ""Average responding"" and ""True RMS"" meters. Average responding meters are more commonly used. True RMS meters tend to be more expensive. If the meter does not have ""TRUE RMS"" written right on the front, it is most likely NOT a True RMS meter.



        The issue that arises with a non-True RMS or average responding meter is whether it is measuring the output from a linear load or a nonlinear load. Linear loads include but are not limited to devices such as light bulbs, incandescent lamps and resistive heaters. Nonlinear loads include devices like computers. When measuring the output of nonlinear loads, the average responding meter will typically read LOW. True-RMS meters are most effective when measuring environments with harmonics. When a waveform is distorted from a standard sine wave (""the fundamental""), an average responding meter may produce readings that are misleadingly incorrect. A stepped approximated sine wave appears distorted when compared to a true sine wave; therefore, a reading will produce incorrect results.

        When an average responding meter is measuring the stepped approximated output from an APC UPS while operating on battery, this meter will also read low. The wave shape generated is similar to what the meter would see from a nonlinear load, hence the averaging calculation that the meter makes will be miscalculated." This document applies to all APC product families that produce a stepped approximated sine wave (a.k.a. quasi wave) when operating on-battery. When these units are on-line, they pass through the sine wave coming from the utility power.

         

        ITI (CBEMA) Curve

        ITI (CBEMA) CURVE APPLICATION NOTE


        The ITI (CBEMA) Curve, included within this Application Note, is published by Technical Committee 3 (TC3) of the Information Technology Industry Council (ITI, formerly known as the Computer & Business Equipment Manufacturer's Association). It is available at https://www.itic.org/archives/iticurv.pdf


        1. Scope

        The ITI (CBEMA) Curve and this Application Note describe an AC input voltage boundary which typically can be tolerated (no interruption in function) by most Information Technology Equipment (ITE). The Curve and this Application Note comprise a single document and are not to be considered separately from each other. They are not intended to serve as a design specification for products or AC distribution systems. The Curve and this Application Note describe both steady-state and transitory conditions.


        2. Applicability

        The Curve and this Application Note are applicable to 120V nominal voltages obtained from 120V, 208Y/120V, and 120/240V 60Hz systems. Other nominal voltages and frequencies are not specifically considered and it is the responsibility of the user to determine the applicability of these documents for such conditions.


        3. Discussion

        This section provides a brief description of the individual conditions which are considered in the Curve. For all conditions, the term ""nominal voltage"" implies an ideal condition of 120V RMS, 60Hz.

        Seven types of events are described in this composite boundary. Each event is briefly described in the following sections, with two similar line voltage sags being described under a single heading. Two regions outside the shaded portion of the boundary are also noted. All conditions are assumed to be mutually exclusive at any point in time, and with the exception of steady-state tolerances, are assumed to commence from the nominal voltage.


        3.1. Steady-State Tolerances

        The steady-state range describes an RMS voltage which is either very slowly varying or is constant. The subject range is +/- 10 0.000000rom the nominal voltage. Any voltages in this range may be present for an indefinite period, and are a function of normal loading and losses in the distribution system.


        3.2. Line Voltage Swell

        This region describes a voltage swell having an RMS amplitude of up to 1200f the RMS nominal voltage, with a duration of up to 0.5 seconds. This transient may occur when large loads are removed from the system or when voltage is supplied from sources other than the electric utility.


        3.3. Low-Frequency Decaying Ringwave

        This region describes a decaying ringwave transient which typically results from the connection of power-factor-correction capacitors to an AC distribution system. The frequency of this transient may range from 200Hz to 5KHz, depending upon the resonant frequency of the AC distribution system. The magnitude of the transient is expressed as a percentage of the peak 60Hz nominal voltage (not the RMS value). The transient is assumed to be completely decayed by the end of the half-cycle in which it occurs. The transient is assumed to occur near the peak of the nominal voltage waveform. The amplitude of the transient varies from 140 0.000000or 200Hz ringwaves to 200 0.000000 or 5KHz ringwaves, with a linear increase in amplitude with increasing frequency. Refer to Figure 1 for an example of a typical waveform.


        3.4. High-Frequency Impulse and Ringwave

        This region describes the transients which typically occur as a result of lightning strikes. Wave shapes applicable to this transient and general test conditions are described in ANSI/IEEE C62.41-1991. This region of the curve deals with both amplitude and duration (energy), rather than RMS amplitude. The intent is to provide an 80 Joule minimum transient immunity.


        3.5. Voltage Sags

        Two different RMS voltage sags are described. Generally, these transients result from application of heavy loads, as well as fault conditions, at various points in the AC distribution system. Sags to 80% of nominal (maximum deviation of 20%) are assumed to have a typical duration of up to 10 seconds, and sags to 701000f nominal (maximum deviation of 30%) are assumed to have a duration of up to 0.5 seconds.


        3.6. Dropout

        A voltage dropout includes both severe RMS voltage sags and complete interruptions of the applied voltage, followed by immediate re-application of the nominal voltage. The interruption may last up to 20 milliseconds. This transient typically results from the occurrence and subsequent clearing of faults in the AC distribution system.


        3.7. No-Damage Region

        Events in this region include sags and dropouts which are more severe than those specified in the preceding paragraphs, and continuously applied voltages which are less than the lower limit of the steady-state tolerance range. The normal functional state of the ITE is not typically expected during these conditions, but no damage to the ITE should result.


        3.8. Prohibited Region

        This region includes any surge or swell which exceeds the upper limit of the boundary. If ITE is subjected to such conditions, damage to the ITE may result.

        ITI (CBEMA) Curve (Revised 1996)


        Published by:

        Information Technology Industry Council (ITI)
        1250 Eye Street NW Suite 200
        Washington DC 20005
        https://www.itic.org


        ITI, the Information Technology Industry Council, represents the leading U.S. providers of information technology products and services. Our members had worldwide revenues of $405 billion in 1996. They employ more than 1.5 million in the United States. ITI member companies are responsible for more than 16% of all U.S. industrial-funded research and development and over 500f all information technology research and engineering.

        International Connectors & Country Comparison Reference Chart

        Issue:

        International Connectors & Country Cross Reference Chart

        Product Line:

        N/A

        Environment:

        N/A

        Cause / Resolution:
         
        Country Follows the Connectors of: Voltage Frequency hz   Country Follows the Connectors of: Voltage Frequency hz
        Afghanistan India 220 50   Algeria India 220 50
        American Samoa Australia 120/240 60   Andorra Germany 220 50
        Angola Germany 220 50   Anquilla United Kingdom 230 60
        Antigua United Kingdom 230 60   Argentina Argentina 220 50
        Aruba Germany 115/127 60   Australia Australia 240 50
        Austria Germany 220-230* 50   Azores India 220-230 50
        Bahamas United States 120 60   Bahrain United Kingdom 220 50
        Bangladesh India 220 50   Barbados United States 115 50
        Belgium Germany 220-230* 50   Belize (Br.Hond.) United States 110 60
        Benin India 220 50   Bermuda United Kingdom 120 60
        Byelorussia Germany 220 50   Bolivia Germany 110/220 50
        Bosnia-Herzegovina Germany 220 50   Botswana United Kingdom 220 50
        Brazil United States 110-220 60   Bulgaria Germany 220 50
        Burkina Faso Germany 220 50   Burma (now Myanmar) United Kingdom 230 50
        Burundi Germany 220 50   Cambodia Germany 120 50
        Cameroon Germany 220-230 50   Canada United States 120 60
        Canary Islands (Spain) Germany 220 50   Cape Verde, Rep. Of Germany 220 50
        Cayman Islands United States 120 60   Central African Rep. Germany 220 50
        Chad Germany 220 50   Channel Islands United Kingdom 240 50
        Chile Italy 220 50   China, People's Rep.of China 220 50
        Christmas Is. (Australia) Australia 240 50   Cocos Is. (Australia) Australia 240 50
        Colombia United States 110-220 60   Congo,Rep. Of Germany 220 50
        Cook Is. (N.Z.) Australia 240 50   Costa Rica United States 120 60
        Croatia Germany 220 50   Cuba United States 120 60
        Curacao Is. Germany 110/220 60   Cyprus United Kingdom 240 50
        Czech. Rep of Germany 220 50   Denmark Denmark 220-230 50
        Djibouti, Rep. Of Germany 220 50   Dominica United Kingdom 230 50
        Dominican Rep. United States 110 60   Ecuador United States 120 60
        Egypt Germany 220 50   El Salvador United States 115 60
        England United Kingdom 240 50   Equatorial Guinea Germany 220 50
        Estonia Germany 220 50   Ethiopia Germany 220 50
        Fiji Australia 240 50   Finland Germany 220-230 50
        France Germany 220-230* 50   French Guyana Germany 220 50
        Gabon Germany 220 50   Gambia United Kingdom 220 50
        Germany Germany 220-230* 50   Ghana United Kingdom 220 50
        Gibraltar United Kingdom 240 50   Greece Germany 220-230 50
        Greenland (Den.) Denmark 220 50   Grenada United Kingdom 230 50
        Guadeloupe Germany 220 50   Guam United States 115-120 60
        Guatemala United States 120 60   Guinea Germany 220 50
        Guinea-Bissau Germany 220 50   Guyana United Kingdom 110 50/60
        Haiti United States 110-120 50-60   Honduras United States 110 60
        Hong Kong United Kingdom 200 50   Hungary Germany 220 50
        Iceland Germany 220 50   India India 220-250 50
        Indonesia Germany 220 50   Iran Germany 220 50
        Iraq United Kingdom 220 50   Ireland, Rep.of (S.) United Kingdom 220 50
        Isle of Man United Kingdom 240 50   Israel Israel 230 50
        Italy Italy 220-230* 50   Ivory Coast Germany 220 50
        Jamaica United States 110 50   Japan Japan 110 50/60
        Jordan United Kingdom 220 50   Kenya United Kingdom 240 50
        Korea, S. United States 220 50-60   Kuwait United Kingdom 240 50
        Laos United States 220 50   Latvia Germany 220 50
        Lebanon United Kingdom 110-220 50   Lesotho India 240 50
        Lettonia Germany 220 50   Liberia United Kingdom 120 60
        Libya United Kingdom 127-230 50   Liechtenstein Switzerland 220 50
        Lithuania Germany 220 50   Luxembourg Germany 220-230 50
        Macao India 220 50   Madagascar Germany 220 50
        Madeira (Portugal) India 220 50   Majorca Germany 220 50
        Malawi United Kingdom 230 50   Malaysia United Kingdom 240 50
        Maldives India 230 50   Mali, Rep. Of Germany 220 50
        Malta United Kingdom 240 50   Martinique Germany 230 50
        Mauritania Germany 220 50   Mauritius United Kingdom 220 50
        Mexico United States 127 60   Moldova Germany 220 50
        Monaco Germany 220 50   Mongolia Germany 220 50
        Montserrat United Kingdom 230 60   Morocco Germany 220 50
        Mozambique Germany 220 50   Namibia (W.S. Africa) India 220-250 50
        Nepal India 220 50   Neth. Antilles Germany 120-127/220 50/60
        Netherlands Germany 220-230* 50   New Caledonia Germany 220 50
        New Guinea Germany 220 50   New Zealand Australia 230 50
        Nicaragua United States 120 60   Niger Germany 220 50
        Nigeria United Kingdom 230 50   No. Ireland United Kingdom 220 50
        No. Mariana Is. United States 115 60   Norfolk Is. (Aust) Australia 240 50
        Norway Germany 220-230* 50   Okinawa Germany 110-120 60
        Oman United Kingdom 240 50   Pakistan India 230 50
        Panama United States 110-120 60   Papua New Guinea Australia 240 50
        Paraguay Germany 220 50   Peru United States 110-220 50/60
        Philippines United States 115 60   Pitcairn Is. (U.K.) India 240 50
        Poland Germany 220 50   Portugal Germany 220-230 50
        Puerto Rico United States 120 60   Qatar United Kingdom 240 50
        Romania Germany 220 50   Russia Germany 220 50
        Rwanda Germany 220 50   Saudi Arabia United States 127/220 50/60
        Scotland United Kingdom 220 50   Senegal Germany 220 50
        Serbia Germany 220 50   Seychelles United Kingdom 240 50
        Sierra Leone United Kingdom 230 50   Singapore United Kingdom 230 50
        Slovakia Germany 220 50   Somalia Germany 110-120 50
        South Africa Germany 220-250 50   Spain Germany 220-230 50
        Sri Lanka India 230 50   St. Kitts & Nevis United Kingdom 230 60
        St. Lucia United Kingdom 240 50   St. Pierre & Miquelon (fr.) United States 115 60
        St. Vincent United Kingdom 230 50   Sudan United Kingdom 240 50
        Surinam Germany 115 60   Svalbard (Norway) Germany 220 50
        Swaziland India 230 50   Sweden Germany 220-230 50
        Switzerland Switzerland 220/230* 50   Syria Germany 220 50
        Tahiti Germany 220 50   Taiwan United States 110 60
        Tanzania United Kingdom 230 50   Thailand United States 220-230 50
        Togo Germany 220 50   Tonga India 115 60
        Trinidad Tobago United Kingdom 115/230 60   Tunisia Germany 220 50
        Turkey Germany 220 50   Uganda India 240 50
        Ukraine Germany 220 50   United Arab Emir. United Kingdom 220-230 50
        United Kingdom/Ireland United Kingdom 240 50   United States United States 120 60
        Uruguay Australia 220 50   Venezuela United States 120 60
        Vietnam Germany 120/220 50   Virgin Islands United States 120 60
        Wales United Kingdom 220 50   Western Samoa Australia 120/240 60
        Yemen United Kingdom 220 50   Yugoslavia (former) Germany 220 50
        Zaire, Rep.of Germany 220 50   Zambia United Kingdom 220 50

         

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        Gender Changers
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        IDE Cables
        IEEE1394
        Industrial
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        InfraStruxure for Server Rooms
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        InfraStruxure Manager
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        Installation Services
        Interface Cables
        International Plug Adapters
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        MGE Accessories
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        MGE UPS 4000
        Microsol Estabilizadores
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        Mobile Notebook Stands
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        Modular Power Distribution
        Monitor
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        Mouse
        MRC1800
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        Network Integration Services
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        NetworkAIR CM
        NetworkAIR CW
        NetworkAIR FM
        NetworkAIR IR
        NetworkAIR TC
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        Operations Insight
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        Outdoor Enclosures
        Panelmount Environmental Monitoring
        Parallel
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        PC1200
        Planning Tools and Publications
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        PowerChute Business Edition
        PowerChute Inventory Manager
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        PowerChute Personal Edition
        PowerChute plus
        PowerManager
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        ProtectNet
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        Rack Components
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        Rack-mount Transfer Switches
        Refrigerant Distribution
        Remote Monitoring Services
        Replacement Batteries
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        Router Cables
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        SLM/FLM Series
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        Smart-UPS
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        SurgeArrest Essential
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        Switch Boxes
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        Uniflair Chilled Water
        Universal Mobile Device Batteries
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        WS200