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

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

Item Number: 414-WE




Product or component type


Product brand


Sustainable offer status

Green Premium product


Quantity per set

set of 2


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



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      Cover type

      complete housing

      Network frequency

      50 Hz

      Package 1 Weight

      0.14 kg

      Package 1 Height

      63 mm

      Package 1 width

      65 mm

      Package 1 Length

      72 mm
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      Frequently Asked Questions

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      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). 

      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.

      What is basic troubleshooting procedures for NLP on an ATV61 or ATV71 drive?

      What can I do to resolve NLP on the display of my ATV71 or ATV61 drive?

      Product Line:
      ATV61 ATV71


      Drive will not run.

      WARNING: the person performing these tests will be exposed to AC Voltage up to 690 VAC and DC voltages up to 1000 VDC.  This should only be performed by a properly trained person while wearing appropriate PPE.  Consult the Product Installation Manual for details before attempting.

      Check Line voltage phase to phase on the drive terminals.
      Verify if the jumper is connected between PA (+) and PO terminals.  Larger HP drives may have a DC Choke connected between these terminals.
      Check the DC bus voltage between PA (+) and PC (-)
      Check the DC bus voltage between PO and PC (-)
      Go to monitoring 1.2  (Drive Menu) verify mains voltage equals line voltage. 

      DC Bus Voltage should be approximately 1.414 times the Line Voltage.
      If voltage measurement from PA to PC is not correct, the input bridge of the VFD and the input line power will need to be tested.
      If the Voltage measurement between PO and PC does not match the voltage measured between PA and PC there is an open or loose connection with the Jumper or DC Choke.
      If the Voltage measurements are correct but the Mains Voltage displayed in the monitoring menu does not match, there may be a loose connection inside the VFD.  This can also be caused by distortion of the input line power called Flat topping.
      If the Mains Voltage displayed in the monitoring menu shows "No Measure" power down the drive and verify the ribbon cable connection to the main control board of the drive.  This cable will connect to the Power Board on smaller HP drives and to the Motor Control Board on large HP units.

      US customers can contact DPSG (Drive Products Support Group) for further assistance at 888-778-2733, option 2 for Technical Support and then option 4 for AC Drives and Softstarts.
      Customers in other countries should contact their local Schneider Electric support.


      What are the ratings of the Masterpact NW standard and low-level auxiliary contacts?

      For Masterpact Aux. switches, please explain what is meant by ``Standard 10mA/24V minimum load `` and ``Low Level   1mA/4V minimum load``
      What are the ratings of the Masterpact NW standard and low-level auxiliary contacts?

      Product Line:
      Masterpact NW

      This means that the standard switch will not reliably operate at less than 24V and 10mA, and the Low Level switch will not operate reliably at less than 1mA and 4V.
      The maximum current at specific voltages is specified in the table below.


      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.

      Where can information regarding the heat contribution or heat loss of a control transformer be obtained?

      Heat dissipation or heat loss Listing for 9070 Industrial Control Transformers.
      Is there a way to calculate the full load heat contribution in BTU/hr if I have the control transformer`s full load losses in watts? Example:  9070T2000D1

      Product Line:
      Control Transformers

      9070 Type T, TF, EO


      Heat contribution information can be obtained from the 9070CT9901 Catalog.  see Table below for common voltages ordered.  

      If the full load losses of the transformer are known, then the heat contribution at full load can be obtained by multiplying the loss in watts by 3.414 to yield BTU/hr.  For Example: The full load losses of the 9070T2000D1 is 132 watts. Multiplying by 3.414 yields a heat contributiion at full load to be 451 BTU/hr.

      For 9070T transformers not listed below, a request to Low Voltage Transformer Marketing will need to be initiated for Full load losses .

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