Surface Switches, 250V 10A - 1 way, 3 terminal

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Surface Switches, 250V 10A - 1 way, 3 terminal

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[Ue] rated operational voltage

250 V AC

Rated current

10 A


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38.3 g

Package 1 Height

28 mm

Package 1 width

52 mm

Package 1 Length

52 mm
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Does the Wiser by SE App have a voice control function and if so, what functionality comes with Google, Siri or Alexa?

There is no built-in voice control function within the app. However, the following third-party voice controllers are supported for selected devices: Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, Siri and TMall Genie. To set up one of these services, open the slide-out menu, tap More Services and then tap one of the options under Voice Service. Follow the instructions in the app to set up your compatible voice controller. Note: Not all devices support voice control.

With Google voice control you can use commands to turn everything on or everything off, trigger moments, trigger separate devices, it can tell you what is switched on/off (switches are switches and dimmers are lights ie ‘hey google, what lights are on?’ ‘hey google, what switches are on’).

Siri is only compatible with Moments from Wiser by SE that have been linked to Siri.

Alexa can’t do everything on or off unless these are set as moments. When triggering moments they need to be turned ‘on’ ie Alexa turn ‘moment’ on as moments can only be triggered on and not off. You can also operate separate devices. Alexa can’t tell you what is turned on/off.

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What do I do if I have forgotten my login password for the Wiser by SE App?

At the Login page tap on Forgot Password. Input your account name (phone number or email address) and tap Next. When you receive the verification code, input the code and then follow the prompts to input/set your new password. Click Confirm to complete the password change.
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What is the part number of Iconic LED indicator lights on the mechanism?

40MLEDW is the part number of Iconic LED indicator lights on the mechanism. It can be used on 40M, 40USM and 40MI only to upgrade them to luminous mechanisms. They are warm white LEDs and can be easily wired and set as locator or indicator.
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What is the replacement for a Merlin Gerin part 23362?

The current alternative is A9R51263.

RCCB - 2P - 63A - 30mA - type A

What is the part number for a 15A appliance inlet?

The part number for a15A appliance inlet is a 56AI315.
Some of the key features are:
  • 3 flat pins
  • 107 mm Height x 101 mm Width x 82 mm Depth
  • 2.5 - 6 mm conductor terminal
  • PVC construction
  • IP66
  • 250V
  • 15A
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How to Calculate the Required Capacity kVA Rating or Amperage Capacity for Single and Three Phase Transformers

Calculation of kVA capacity for a Single or Three Phase Transformer, based on Winding Voltage and Amperage information.
Applies to all Single and Three Phase Transformers.
kVA sizing must often be calculated from Primary or Secondary Winding Voltage and Amperage information.

This Frequently Asked Question offers three different methods for finding the needed information:

This link on the Schneider Electric Website is a Transformer Data Calculator:

There are also the following methods for calculating or finding the Required Capacity kVA Rating or Amperage Capacity for Single and Three Phase Transformers:

2.  To determine kVA you must have at least two pieces of information:  
  1. the load line-to-line voltage (V)
  2. the maximum load phase current (I)

Single Phase Transformers: kVA = (V * I) /1000
Three Phase Transformers:  kVA = (V * I * 1.732) / 1000
where 1.732 is the simple numerical value for the square root of 3 (1.7320508...)
Then round up to the next standard 3ph kVA rating as found in Section 14 of SquareD/Schneider Electric Catalog, Digest 178.

Single Phase Transformer Example: V = 240, I = 175; Therefore: kVA = (240 x 175) / 1000 = 42 kVA
This calculates to 42 kVA, thus we round up to a standard Single Phase size 50kVA.  From the Digest, an EE50S3H will satisfactorily serve this load.

Three Phase Transformer Example:  V = 208, I = 175; Therefore: kVA = (208 x 175 x 1.732) / 1000 = 63.05kVA
This calculates to 63+ kVA, thus we round up to a standard Three Phase size 75kVA.  From the Digest, an EXN75T3H will satisfactorily serve this load.

Note:  This is a sample kVA calculation and does not take into account possible special load requirements, such as found with motors or some medical equipment, or other specialty applications.

Amperage provided for a given KVA can be determined by similar techniques:

Single Phase Example:  Using a 50 KVA Single Phase Transformer as a starting point.  50KVA is equal to 50,000 VA. (K= 1,000)  The full value in VA, 50,000 is then divided by the Voltage 240V = 208 Amperes.  This is a "Two Step Division", technique:  VA / Voltage = Amperage

Three Phase Example:  Using a 75 KVA Three Phase Transformer as a starting point.  75 KVA is equal to 75,000 VA. (K= 1,000)  The full value in VA, 75,000 divided by 1.732 = 43,302, which is then divided by the Voltage 208V = 208.2 Amperes.  This is a "Three Step Division", technique:  VA / 1.732 / Voltage = Amperage

3.  As an alternative to these calculations, you may prefer to use the charts below.  Standard KVA sizes are shown on the left margin, Standard Line-to-Line Voltages are shown along the top margin. 

Chart Example:  Using the numbers from the earlier Three Phase Transformer Example V=208, I=175.  Use the chart titled "Three Phase Low Voltage Dry Type Transformers".  Following the 208V top margin entry, and reading down vertically, it is seen that the first entry in that 208V vertical column that will cover 175A, and then some, is 208A, which indicates a 75 KVA Transformer, shown in the next over vertical column to the left.

See pages 3 & 4 of document 7400HO9501 "Looking for Low Voltage Transformer Solutions" for more information and conversion tables.

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