Socket Outlets - Surface Mount, double 250V 10A - back wired

White Electric | Socket Outlets - Surface Mount, double 250V 10A - back wired

Socket Outlets - Surface Mount, double 250V 10A - back wired

Item Number: 414-WE




Sustainable offer status

Green Premium product

Product or component type


Product brand




without marking

Local signalling

without light indicator

Device mounting


Fixing mode

by screws

[In] rated current

10 A

[Ue] rated operational voltage

250 V AC


63 mm


72 mm


65 mm

Fixing center

50 mm

Number of poles



  • AS/NZS 3112
  • AS 3100
  • AS 3109

REACh Regulation

Reference contains Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold

EU RoHS Directive


Mercury free


RoHS exemption information


China RoHS Regulation

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

Environmental Disclosure


Quantity per set

set of 2





Network frequency

50 Hz

Unit Type of Package 1


Number of Units in Package 1


Package 1 Weight

70.0 g

Package 1 Height

5 cm

Package 1 width

6.6 cm

Package 1 Length

14 cm

Cover type

complete housing
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Frequently Asked Questions

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Video: What is a good source of information for crossing over an AC variable speed drive or soft starter?

Looking for a good source of information for crossing over an variable speed drive or soft starter?

Product Line:
AC Drives and Soft Starters


Drives and soft starters Cross reference

Reference the AC Drives and Soft Starts Pricing Guide document  8800PL9701 or Substituting variable speed drives guide both are attached.
Please note that when cross referencing drives there are several things to consider.  Application, motor type (VT or CT), enclosure size, heating, control of the drive, installation location.

Please visit the following website for product selection:

For additional assistance with a drive selection or cross, please contact the local Field Sales office or the local PAE - Product Application Engineer.

ATV61: Is there a way to monitor or read the DC bus on the drive HMI?

Looking to monitor or read the DC bus on the ATV61 drive HMI.

Product Line:
Altivar 61/71  ATV61 ATV71


Limited access to terminals

There are no monitoring options for reading the DC Bus from the drive HMI. 
In the monitor menu it will display "Mains Voltage". 
To calculate the DC Bus voltage: 
If you multiply this value by 1.414 (sq root of 2) the result will be the value of the DC bus. 
However, the drive does a calculation with the DC bus voltage to determine the mains voltage (line supply). 

How can I create and modify a password in a ZELIO LOGIC SR2 and SR3?

Entering the password

Initially, the key is not displayed and each digit is set to 0. The message ENTER appears in the window.

Select the digit to be entered with the navigation keys (left and right arrows)

  • Choose the value of each digit using the + and - keys in the contextual menu
  • Confirm the password using the Menu/OK key, which opens the confirmation window
  • Confirm again using the Menu/OK key.
Result: The display returns to the MAIN menu.

Deleting the password
To delete the password, go to: CONFIGURATION menu, PASSWORD section

Initially, the key is displayed, meaning the smart relay is protected.

The message CLEAR and the number of attempts (1/5) appear in the window.

The possible scenarios are as follows:

  • Password correct: The password is then inhibited and the smart relay returns to the PASSWORD menu
  • Password incorrect: The CLEAR counter is incremented.
If the password is incorrect 5 consecutive times, the security function is locked for 30 minutes.

If power to the smart relay is switched off during this period, the downcount will start again when it is switched on again.

Changing the password
To change the password, simply cancel the old password and enter a new one

Resetting (deleting) the password
How do you reset a forgotten password on a ZELIO?

How do I connect a BMXART0414 4-channel RTD module to DIN rail terminals

See attached document.

What is the authorised frequency range for Trio J & K Series License free Radios in Australia?

The authorised frequency range for license free operation in Australia is 915-928MHz.
 Trio J and K Radios can be deployed using this class license,  mentioned in Schedule 1, Row 54 of the following legislation.
Note: RALI MS-61 covers the general 900MHz band, but does not make note of the 915-928MHz class license, which creates some confusion. The class license is defined in legislation, and takes precedence over the administrative RALI. ACMA have acknowledged the class license will be noted in the next version of the RALI.

What could cause the DC bus voltage on a drive to drop when the motor is heavily loaded?

Cause for DC bus voltage to drop when the motor is loaded?

Product Line:
All Variable Frequency Drives.

All models, All serial numbers.

As the speed of the motor increases, and/or as the load on the motor increases, the DC bus voltage is dropping and the motor current is increasing, while the main input voltage stays the same or drops very slightly.

There are multiple possible causes for this situation, but one that should be ruled out first is "flat topping" of the incoming power. The DC bus capacitor bank in the drive is charged to the peak to peak voltage of the incoming AC mains power.  To determine what the DC bus voltage should be, multiply the incoming AC voltage as measured by an RMS meter by the square root of 2.  Approximately 1.414 X the input RMS voltage.  As an example, if you read 480V AC incoming voltage RMS, the peak to peak AC voltage would be 678.8.   The DC bus would be charged to 480 X the square root of 2, or 678.8VDC

When you measure the incoming voltage with a voltmeter, you are measuring the RMS voltage.  So the DC voltage on the DC bus will be 1.414 X the RMS reading of your incoming AC voltage.  If your incoming power is overloaded slightly, your peak to peak incoming voltage will dip slightly.   This will have a very small change on your RMS meter reading, but a more significant change on the DC bus voltage.   As the DC bus voltage drops, the motor current will increase to maintain the same power at the motor.  If you were to look at your incoming power to the drive with an oscilloscope, you would see the top of the waveform would be flattened slightly.  This is an indication that your incoming power is being overloaded.  Steps should be taken to increase the amount of power available on your incoming power to the drive.
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