Standard Series, Automatic Single Socket Outlet Mechanism, 250VAC, 10A

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Standard Series, Automatic Single Socket Outlet Mechanism, 250VAC, 10A WE

Item Number: 10M-WE

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Specifications

Design

Range of product

Standard Series

Product or component type

socket-outlet

Product brand

Clipsal

Physical

Quantity per set

set of 1

Marking

without marking

Local signalling

without light indicator

Device mounting

flush

Fixing mode

by screws

[in] rated current

10 A

[ue] rated operational voltage

250 V AC

Depth

29 mm

Length

97 mm

Width

43 mm

Fixing center

84 mm

Number of poles

1

Standards

AS/NZS 3100|AS/NZS 3112|AS/NZS 3133:approval number S/1

Reach regulation

Reference contains Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold

Eu rohs directive

Compliant with Exemptions

China rohs regulation

Product out of China RoHS scope. Substance declaration for your information

Environmental disclosure

ENVPEP120506EN

Circularity profile

N/A

Others

Package 1 bare product quantity

1

Cover type

complete housing

Unit type of package 1

PCE

Number of units in package 1

1

Package 1 height

3.4 cm

Package 1 width

4.2 cm

Package 1 length

9.5 cm

Package 1 weight

51 g
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Frequently Asked Questions

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I want to put in two-way switching but can’t run the cables between the mechanisms. Can I achieve wireless two-way switching with Wiser Zigbee?

This can be done with our 2AX, 10AX or Micro Module Switch along with the Hub. At one end you will need an Active, Neutral and Load wiring. At the other end you will need Active and Neutral only. You can then create Automations to achieve the 2-way.
You need to create two automations for a 2-way:
 
  1. when switch A and switch B are ON, turn switch A and switch B ON
  2. when switch A and switch B are OFF, turn switch A and switch B OFF


This can be expanded to 3-way, 4-way etc by simply adding the other switches into the respective ON and OFF automations.


2 way ON Automation2 way OFF Automation

Where can I find the files and how to update the firmware on my Zigbee Wiser devices when I don’t have the Wiser Hub?

Firmware for the Wiser devices is updated via the Wiser by SE app and is done via the mode of connection. If your device is connected in Bluetooth in Wiser by SE, you will have access to Bluetooth firmware updates and if your Wiser device is connected in Zigbee via the Wiser Hub to Wiser by SE, you will have access to Zigbee firmware updates.
Without the Wiser Hub you will be unable to connect Wiser devices via Zigbee in Wiser by SE and therefore will be unable to update your devices. 
We do not offer any other methods for updating firmware on the devices.
 

What is the Standby Power of my Wiser devices?

Wiser Micro Module Switch - CLP5011WSZ/PDL5011WSZ - 0.4 W
Wiser Micro Module Dimmer - CLP5010WDZ/PDL5010WDZ - 0.4 W
Wiser Micro Module Blind - CLP5015WBZ/PDL5015WBZ - 0.4 W
Wiser Hub - CLP501902/PDL501902 - 0.2 W 
Bluetooth 2AX - 41E2PBSWM-VW/PDL356PB2MBTW-VW - 0.25 W
Bluetooth 10AX - 41E10PBSWM-VW/PDL356PB10MBTW-VW - 0.20 W
Bluetooth Dimmer - 41EPBDWCLM-VW/PDL354PBDMBTW-VW - 0.50 W
Bluetooth Socket - 3025CSG/PDL395CSG - 0.30 W
ZigBee 2AX - 41E2PBSWMZ-VW/PDL356PB2MBTZ-VW - 0.25 W
ZigBee 10AX - 41E10PBSWMZ-VW/PDL356PB10MBTZ-VW - 0.20 W
ZigBee Dimmer - 41EPBDWCLMZ-VW/PDL354PBDMBTZ-VW - 0.50 W
ZigBee Socket - 3025CSGZ/PDL395CSGZ - 0.30 W

How Can I Change a Wiser Mechanism from Zigbee to Bluetooth

To swap a Zigbee enabled switch to Bluetooth, press the switch 4 times and hold on the 4th press for 20+ seconds.
When holding the button in at the 10 second mark a slow flashing red led should be visible, releasing at this point would be a factory reset. Continue to hold until the red led starts flashing rapidly at the 20 second mark and then release. 
This method of changing the mode of the mechanism will work Zigbee to Bluetooth and also Bluetooth to Zigbee.
 

I am getting a message in Wiser by SE ‘Network Unavailable. Please check your phones network settings’ what does this mean for my control of the products?

This message occurs when there is no mobile data connection or a WiFi connection to your device. When this occurs, you will still be able to connect to your Bluetooth switches/dimmers as these just require Bluetooth to be enabled on your device. It will prevent access/control of Zigbee devices and IP Cameras as this requires access to the cloud/internet. Via WiFi, without internet, you may still get control of the Zigbee switches/dimmers but not the IP Cameras.
 

My Wiser switches are not responding to being pressed or control via Wiser by SE, what can I do to troubleshoot the issue?

Begin by taking note of the product/s that are not responding and are they doing anything else different from normal operation? For example, is the backlight flashing in a sequence, does the product respond to three presses and shows the pairing led colouring and what colours are seen. If what is suggested below does not resolve the switches not responding these details can assist the Tech Support team in diagnosing what is occurring.

Once this has been taken note of begin by power cycling your Wiser Hub. This can be done by removing the micro-USB where it connects to the Hub or by turning off the power outlet that supplies power to the Hub. Leave it off for 10 – 15 seconds and then reconnect the Wiser Hub and wait until it completes its reboot procedure at the end of which only 2 LED indicators should be visible on the Wiser Hub. With LEDs at top of Hub - if connected with Ethernet cable (Right and Left Led will turn ON). If connect via WiFi (Middle and Right Led will turn ON)

If this fails to resolve the issue the product failing to respond may need to be power cycled itself. If confidant and able, access the switchboard that has the RCBO’s or Circuit breakers that supply power to the products. Turn the applicable supply off for 10 – 15 seconds and then turn this supply back on.

Note: If uncertain contact your installing electrician for the Wiser system who may advise what is supplying power to the Wiser products. If fuses are installed in your switchboard it is recommended to have your electrician remove the fuse and then re-fit after 10 – 15 seconds. Fuses can be extremely dangerous if not correctly handled by a qualified electrician.

If the switches are still unresponsive contact Tech Support via phone – Australia: 13 73 28 (13 SEAU) New Zealand 0800 652 999, email - techsupport.pz@se.com or via online chat through a link on our support page https://www.clipsal.com/clipsal-support/contact-us or https://www.pdl.co.nz/support
 

What are the different residual current device categories?

IEC 60755 describes general requirements for residual current operated protective devices.

Vigi modules (Vigi NG125, see example in the figure)
The add-on Vigi module is the most flexible residual current device (it is installed in combination with a circuit breaker).
Vigi are covered by the IEC 61009 and IEC 62423 series of standards.

Residual Current operated Circuit Breakers without integral overcurrent protection (RCCB) (Acti9 iID, see example in the figure)
The Acti 9 iID RCCB is the main residual current device in the facility and is used as the main incomer. RCCB are covered by the IEC 61008 and IEC 62423 series of standards.

Residual Current operated circuit Breakers with integral Overcurrent protection (RCBO) (Acti 9 iCV40N, see example in the figure)
RCBO = combination of circuit breaker and residual current device function in the same product. This can be obtained by combining the circuit breaker with its Add-on Vigi Module.
RCBO are covered by the IEC 61009 and IEC 62423 series of standards.

Socket RCD (SRCD) (see example in the figure) SRCD are covered by the IEC 62640 series of standards.

❺ Industrial type circuit breakers incorporating the RCD function must comply with Annex B of IEC 60947-2.
Residual current devices with a separate toroid are standardized in Annex M of IEC 60947-2.


Reference document - CA908066E
 

Can I install a rectangular sensor upstream from a circuit-breaker.?

Yes, a rectangular sensor can be installed upstream or downstream of a circuit breaker.

What Earth leakage protection relay do I require?

Firstly Choose from the two types of relays, (DIN rail mount or Front-panel mount) Using the tables below.
Then make a selection dependent on the voltage required along with the settings desired.


Vigirex Earth Leakage Protection Relay (DIN rail mount)
TYPEPOWER SUPPLYSETTINGSREFERENCE
RH21M12 to 24V AC- 12 to 48V DC30mA-Inst, 300mA-Insta or 300mA-60ms56160
 48V AC30mA-Inst, 300mA-Insta or 300mA-60ms56161
 110 to 130V AC30mA-Inst, 300mA-Insta or 300mA-60ms56162
 220 to 240V AC30mA-Inst, 300mA-Insta or 300mA-60ms56163
 380 to 415V AC30mA-Inst, 300mA-Insta or 300mA-60ms56164
 440 to 525VAC30mA-Inst, 300mA-Insta or 300mA-60ms56165
RH99M12 to 24V AC- 12 to 48V DC30mA to 30A- Inst to 4.5s56170
 48V AC30mA to 30A- Inst to 4.5s56171
 110 to 130V AC30mA to 30A- Inst to 4.5s56172
 220 to 240V AC30mA to 30A- Inst to 4.5s56173
 380 to 415V AC30mA to 30A- Inst to 4.5s56174
 440 to 525V ac30mA to 30A- Inst to 4.5s56175




Vigirex Earth Leakage Protection Relay (Front-Panel mount)
TYPEPOWER SUPPLYSETTINGSREFERENCE
RH21P12 to 24V AC- 12 to 48V DC30mA-Inst, 300mA-Insta or 300mA-60ms56260
 48V AC30mA-Inst, 300mA-Insta or 300mA-60ms56261
 110 to 130V AC30mA-Inst, 300mA-Insta or 300mA-60ms56262
 220 to 240V AC30mA-Inst, 300mA-Insta or 300mA-60ms56263
 380 to 415V AC30mA-Inst, 300mA-Insta or 300mA-60ms56264
 440 to 525VAC30mA-Inst, 300mA-Insta or 300mA-60ms56265
RH99P12 to 24V AC- 12 to 48V DC30mA to 30A- Inst to 4.5s56270
 48V AC30mA to 30A- Inst to 4.5s56271
 110 to 130V AC30mA to 30A- Inst to 4.5s56272
 220 to 240V AC30mA to 30A- Inst to 4.5s56273
 380 to 415V AC30mA to 30A- Inst to 4.5s56274
 440 to 525V ac30mA to 30A- Inst to 4.5s56275
RHU220 to 240V AC15mA to 30A- Inst to 5s28560(1)

Then choose a Toroidal to suit:
Vigirex Sensors (Toroidal and rectangular)
TYPEDESCRIPTIONDIMENSIONRATED OPERATIONAL CURRENTREFERENCE
Closed Toroid,A-typeTA3030mm65A50437(2)
 PA4050mm85A50438(2)
 IA8080mm160A50439
 MA120120mm250A50440
 SA200200mm400A50441
 GA300300mm630A50442
Split Toroid, OA-typePOA46mm85A50485
 GOA110mm250A50486
Rectangular SensorsSmall Rectangular Sensors280 x 115mm1600A56053(3)
 Large Rectangular Sensors470 x 160mm3200A56054(3)

For further information please visit https://www.se.com/au/en/product-range/1014-vigirex/?parent-subcategory-id=4250
Earth-leakage relay RH10M - 1 A - 24 VEarth-leakage relay RH10P - 30 mA - 24 V



 

What are the terminal bolt sizes for NSX breakers?

The bolt sizes are provided on the table below.
 
NSX BreakersBolt Size
NSX1006MM BOLT
NSX1608MM BOLT
NSX2508MM BOLT
NSX40010MM BOLT
NSX63010MM BOLT

Some other key features on the NSX range are:
  • Nominal current: 16 to 630 A
  • 6 breaking performances from 25to 150 kA at 415 V
  • Voltage rating: up to 690 V
  • 2 physical sizes from 16 to 630 A
  • 3 and 4-pole versions
  • Isolation with positive break indication
  • Large range of electronic and thermal-magnetic protections
  • Earth leakage protection by associated Vigi Module
  • Measure of main electrical values : I, U, P, E, THD, f, CosF
  •  Wide range of common auxiliaries and accessories interchangeable on site
  • Plug and Play Wiring system and communicating accessories
  • Compliance with international standards: IEC 60947-1 and 2, Nema, IEC 68230 for type 2 Tropicalisation, CCC
  • Compliance with specifications of marine classification companies: Bureau Veritas, Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, Det Norske Veritas, RINA.
For further information please see http://www.schneider-electric.com.au/en/product-range/1887-compact-nsx--630a?xtmc=NSX&xtcr=5
circuit breaker Compact NSX250F, 36 kA at 415 VAC, TMD trip unit 250 A, 3 poles 3d

Loom Switch

Issue:
What was a loom switch and what has replaced this product?

Product Line:
2510TBL2, 2510TBL21, 2510TBL22

Environment:
US Product

Cause:
These switches are no longer current, but they are active in the field and occasionally need to be replaced.

Resolution:
"Loom switches"  were manual motor starters housed in a special enclosure which would not let cotton fibers or other textile fibers enter.  In addition, these were some of the first switches approved for group motor applications (many looms running on separate manual starters with a singular disconnect).  These switches have effectively been replaced by NEMA 12 enclosed manual switches with group motor ratings. NEMA 12 meets the loom switch lint protection requirement.   Specifically, the 2510MBA1 and the 2510MBA2 would replace the 2510TBL1/2510MBL1 and the 2510TBL2/2510MBL2 respectively. 

 

Is the registration of TwidoSuite software compulsory?

Yes

TwidoSuite is sold as a DVD-ROM, part number TWDBTFU10M, or downloaded free of charge.

Please note the software must be registered before the 30-day trial period expires. If it is not registered within this period, it must be uninstalled and re-installed and then registered.


Important information:
The Twido range is discontinued and the possible replacement is the Modicon M221. The software to program this new controller is the EcoStruxure Machine Expert Basic also free.
The software can automatically be migrated to this new platform but check with our support center your architecture to validate the migration.