socket flush 3pin 10a 110v

SOCKET FLUSH 3PIN 10A 110V

Catalogue Number: 415/110

Discontinued

socket flush 3pin 10a 110v
Colour: White Electric
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • White Electric 1 PCE 1

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Product brand
Clipsal
Quantity per set
set of 1
Cover type
complete housing
Marking
without marking
Local signalling
without light indicator
Device mounting
flush
Fixing mode
by screws
[In] rated current
10 A
[Ue] rated operational voltage
110 V AC
Depth
27 mm
Length
94 mm
Width
42 mm
Fixing center
84 mm
Standards
  • AS/NZS 3112
  • AS 3100
  • AS 3109
  • AS/NZS 3122:approval number S/1
    • EU RoHS Directive
      Compliant
      Environmental Disclosure
      ENVPEP130201EN
      Circularity Profile
      N/A

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      Frequently Asked Questions

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      What is the part number for a 110V socket outlet?

      The part number for a 110V socket outlet is a 412/110-WE.
      Some of the key features are:
      • Single outlet
      • Front connection type
      • 2 round Live Pin and flat Earth pins
      • Terminal bore to accommodate 3 x 2.5 sq mm cables & 4.8 mm earth contact terminal bore to accommodate 4 x 2.5 sq mm cables
      For further information please visit Clipsal - 412/110 - Single Socket Outlet, 110VAC, 10A, 3 Pin, Surface Mount, White Electric



       

      What is the difference between ATS48C14QE21 and ATS48C14QE41?

      The Differences between ATS48C14QE21 and ATS48C14QE41...is that if no supply neutral is available, the 415/240 control transformer is supplied, the control voltage is always 240V...see notes on page 3.2.7

      Does 25/1510 have two separate connection for each outlet?

      Yes this plate has a 15A and a 10A outlet and they are separately wired.
      For further information please follow link below
      https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=25/1510

      What is the recessed version of the 415VF15?

      The 415VF15 is a recessed product.

      What is part number for double GPO 15&10amp?

      Part number 25/1510 with 15amp & 10amp sockets & switches.

      What is the difference between the Quantum 140CPS11410 power supply and 140CPS11420 power supply?

      Issue
      Difference between 140CPS11410 and 140CPS11420

      Product Line
      Modicon Quantum

      Resolution
      The Quantum 140CPS11410 is a 115/230 Vac, 8A summable power supply.
      The Quantum 140CPS11420 is a 115/230 Vac, 11A summable power supply.

       

      Does Clipsal have a Link Bar with at 13 tunnels and 1 x 50mm and 3 x 16mm tunnels?

      Yes the L13/150 will suit those requirements.

      What is the part number for the 10A version of A15/15M-WE?

      The part number for the 10A version of  A15/15M is A15M.

      For further information please visit https://the part number for the 10A version of A15/15M-WE


       

      Is there a remote electrical reset for F line contactors?

      Issue:
      Is there a remote electrical reset for F line contactors?
      Product Line:
      Tesys F contactors
      Environment:
      IEC Contactors
      Cause:
      Product Characteristics
      Resolution:
      Yes. The part number for the remote electrical reset snap-on module is LA7D03x, where x represents the coil voltage code.
      Voltage Codes:
      AC: 24V – B, 48V – E, 110V – F, 220/230V – M, 380/400V – Q, 415/440V - N          
      DC: 12V – J, 24V – B, 48V – E, 96V – DD, 110V – F, 220/230V - M

      Supported PCMCIA Modem Cards for WallBotz 500

      Issue:

      Supported PCMCIA Modem Cards for WallBotz 500

      Product Line:

      NetBotz

      Environment:

      NetBotz 500

      Cause:

      Supported Accessories

      Resolution:

      The part number (from Intel) for the only 500-supported modem pc card is CM-56G:
      https://www.intel.com/network/connectivity/emea/eng/products/xircm56g.htm


      There are some combo cards (10/100 Ethernet + modem) with similar names (i.e. Xircom CreditCard xxxxxxx), and they are NOT supported by WallBotz500.

      Do the Advantys STB Power distribution modules (PDT) require an Input Power connection (Sensor Bus) for the island to function properly ?

      Title

      Input power required on a PDT module.

      Issue

       

      Product Line

      Advantys STB

      Environment

       

      Cause

       

      Resolution

      With the 24 Vdc Power distribution module (STBPDT3100), you are required to have this connection, otherwise you will receive a module error (Flashing ERR led) on all 24 Vdc input modules. With the 115/230 Vac Power distribution module (STBPDT2100), you are not required to have this connection, therefore allowing you to connect directly from the field device to the input module.

      What are the COM'X 210/510 natively supported devices?

      Issue:
      What are the COM'X 510 and Com'X 210 natively supported devices?

      Product Line:
      COM'X 510 (EBX510)
      COM'X 210 (EBX210)

      Environment:
      Natively supported devices

      Resolution:
      Different firmware versions that run on Com'X devices supports different devices natively. The latest firmware supports a more completed list of devices natively. It's recommended to upgrade Com'X to latest firmware version to support more devices natively.

      NOTE: Latest firmware for Com'X 510 can be downloaded here
                 Latest firmware for Com'X 210 can be downloaded here

      List of natively supported devices for different firmware versions is attached below:

        

      Com'X 210/510 GPRS SIM card Overview

      Issue
      Com'X 210/510 GPRS Settings

      Product Line
      Com'X 210
      Com'X 510

      Environment
      Installation/Setup

      Cause
      GPRS access settings depend on the GPRS modem that is connected.

      Resolution
      There are 2 reference numbers for the GPRS modem:
      • EBXA-GPRS-SIM
      • EBXA-GPRS
      NOTE: The good operation of GPRS and Wi-Fi is not guaranteed with other GPRS modems or Wi-Fi USB keys.

      The SIM card is embedded in the GPRS modem. You can only use the EBXA GPRS SIM to publish data if you are exporting data to Remote Service Platform. The settings of this GPRS access are set by the Com'X.
      The reference EBXA-GRPS-SIM must be selected for the GPRS modem.
      This graphic shows the interface for accessing the GPRS modem with an EBXA GPRS SIM card:


      NOTE:
      For the Com'X that comes with the SIM card included: The SIM card that comes with the Com'X 510 is Vodafone, but will connect to the T-Mobile network in the United States once the card is activated. 

      For the Com'X without the SIM card included:  Provided that the cellular provider will allow the equipment on their network, and the user configures the proper APN and SIM card settings, there are no constraints for putting the ComX on another GPRS network. 
       

      Does the SEPAM MES 114/120 I/O module have analog input availability?

      The Sepam MES114/120 I/O module does not have an input that can monitor the value of an analog signal generated from an external power source. The Sepam I/O modules are designed to detect status changes of a circuit breaker, contactor, plc, etc....., and will output a "0" or "1", depending on the condition of the input signal. The MES114 I/O module (compatible w/ Series 20/40) has up to 10 input connections and the MES120 (compatible w/ Series 80) has up to 14 input connections.
      The Accessory MES114 and MES 120 can be used only in Logical Status

      The MES114 module, on the other hand, will accept analog input signals, but the input APS_SENSORS will only detect whether the status of the analog signal is high "1" or low "0" depending on a certain threshold. These thresholds can be located in the characteristics section of the MES114 install sheet:


      For a 110 V AC analog signal, a signal greater than 88V will force a "1" state and a signal less than 22V will force a "0" state.
      For a 220 V AC analog signal, a signal greater than 176V will force a "1" state and a signal less than 48V will force a "0" state.

      These input status changes can then be used by the Sepam relay to influence control logic, display alarm messages & LEDs, trigger waveforms or open & close relay outputs.

      Nevertheless sepam can use the Accessory MSA 141 to manage an Analogic Output

      AEDL3



       
      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL203471 V1.0, Originally authored by MiZe on 09/21/2010, Last Edited by MiZe on 09/21/2010
      Related ranges: Sepam accessories

      What is the part number for the 520VPU19200 Hand Held Programmer (HHP) Accessories Kit?

      Issue
      Part number for Hand Held Programmer (HHP)

      Product Line
      Modicon Micro

      Resolution
      The part number for the 520VPU19200 Hand Held Programmer (HHP) Accessories Kit is 520VIA19200.

      The Kit includes the following:
      1) 115/230 Volt universal power supply.
      2) 9 pin D shell adapter.
      3) 25 in D shell adapter.

      Send an e-mail to service.sales@schneider-electric.com for price and availability.

      Why are ComPact NS/ PowerPact P, R breakers not available in the device selection list of Com’X 210/ 510?

      Issue

      Why are ComPact NS/ PowerPact P, R breakers not available in the device selection list of Com’X 210/ 510?

      How to select a device profile for these breakers during commissioning process?
      The ComPact NS/PowerPact P, R breakers discover as MasterPact breakers. ComPact NS/PowerPact P, R breakers do not appear in the device selection list of the Com’X 210/ 510, so user is unable to select these devices.


      Product Line

      Com'X 210: All firmware versions
      Com'X 510: All firmware versions

      Environment
      ComPact NS/PowerPact P, R breakers on Com’X 210/510 network.

      Cause of Issue
      Com’X includes support for the MicroLogic trip units A, E, P, H which are used by MasterPact, PowerPact P, R/ComPact NS breakers. Com’ X supports the PowerPact/Compact NS breakers as MasterPact breakers. The PowerPact P, R/ComPact NS do not display in the device selection list.  

      Prevention
      N/A

      Detection
      N/A

      Resolution
      To create a PowerPact P, R/ComPact NS breaker within Com’X:
      1.Select a MasterPact breaker with corresponding MicroLogic trip unit (A, E, P, H) from the Device Type drop-down list.
      2.Rename it as PowerPact P, R/ComPact NS breaker.
      Click Create to create the PowerPact/Compact NS device.

      COM'X 210/510: How to setup communication to a device located downstream of another gateway on the network

      Issue
      Setup communication to a device connected downstream of another gateway on the network via serial RS-485.

      Product Line
      Enerlin'X COM'X 210/510 Gateways
      PowerLogic Meters


      Environment
      Intermediate/Advanced Metering
      Enerlin'X COM'X Gateways


      Cause
      Required to setup real-time data viewing or data logging on the COM'X gateway.
      Resolution 
      1. Login to the COM'X gateway by navigating to the device's IP address and use the credentials setup [Default: (admin/admin)] to login to the webserver.

      2. Navigate to the "Device Settings" tab and select "Create a New Device" from the drop-down menu located in the "Ethernet" section.

      3. In the 'Create a new device' pop-up window, select the device type of the other Ethernet gateway and define a name, host (gateway's IP address) and port as 502 for ModbusTCP.

       




      4. Navigate to the "Device Settings" tab and select "Create a New Device" from the drop-down menu located in the "Modbus Serial" section.

      5. In the 'Create a new device' pop-up window, select the device type of the serial device and define a name, commodity, connected to, slave ID (device's modbus address) and usage.
      *Note: Ensure that the applicable Ethernet gateway is selected in the 'Connected to' field and verify that the IP address is correct.



      6. Both the Ethernet gateway and the serial device should appear under the 'Device Settings' tabs.



      7. Check the real-time data readings of the device to verify that the devices are communicating successfully. This can be done by selecting the applicable device via the Monitoring->Single Device View tabs.
       

      Which DHCP options are used when an APC Network Management Device makes a DHCPv4 request?


      Issue

      Which DHCP options are used when an APC Network Management Device makes a DHCPv4 request?


      Product Line
       
       
      • Network Management Card 1 (NMC1) - AP9617, AP9618, AP9619
      Devices with an embedded Network Management Card 1 include (but are not limited to): Metered/Switched Rack PDUs (AP78XX, AP79XX), Rack Automatic Transfer Switches (AP77XX, Environmental Monitoring Units (AP9320, AP9340, Netbotz 200)
      • Network Management Card 2 (NMC2) - AP9630/AP9630CH, AP9631/AP9631CH, AP9635/AP9635CH
      Devices with an embedded Network Management Card 2 include (but are not limited to): 2G Metered/Switched Rack PDUs (AP86XX, AP88XX, AP89XX), Certain Audio/Video Network Management Enabled products.

       


      Environment

      • All serial numbers
      • Firmware versions as noted in line with text below
      • DHCP users

      Cause

      Below, you will find a list of DHCPv4 options that the APC Network Management Card (AP9617/AP9618/AP9619, AP9630/AP9631/AP9635, and any NMC embedded devices) send/receive in a DHCP Request/Offer. At the current time, option 81 is being investigated for addition (NMC2 products ONLY).


      Resolution



      Sent by the APC NMC - The NMC uses the following options within a valid DHCP response. (Most of these options are described in RFC2132.)

       


      • Vendor Class Identifier - (option 60) - This option is used by DHCP clients to optionally identify the type and configuration of a DHCP client.  
      • Client Identifier - (option 61) - This option type is most useful for reserved clients. When a reserved client contacts the server, the DHCP service can check and match the client's identifier value to a corresponding identifier used to configure an address reservation in the server's database.
      • User Class - (option 77) - This option is used by a DHCP client to optionally identify the type or category of user or applications it represents.  A DHCP server uses the User Class option to choose the address pool it allocates an address from and/or to select any other configuration option.
      • Host Name - (option 12) - NMC2 only - AOS 5.1.5 and above - This option specifies the name of the client.


      Received by the APC NMC The NMC uses the following options within a valid DHCP response. (All of these options except the first are described in RFC2132.) 
       


      TCP/IP Options:

      • IP Address (from the yiaddr field of the DHCP response) - The IP address that the DHCP server is leasing to the NMC.
      • Subnet Mask - (option 1) - The Subnet Mask value that the NMC needs to operate on the network.
      • Router, i.e., Default Gateway - (option 3) - The default gateway address that the NMC needs to operate on the network.
      • IP Address Lease Time - (option 51) - The time duration for the lease of the IP Address to the NMC.
      • Renewal Time, T1 - (option 58) - The time that the NMC must wait after an IP address lease is assigned before it can request a renewal of that lease.
      • Rebinding Time, T2 - (option 59) - The time that the NMC must wait after an IP address lease is assigned before it can seek to rebind that lease.
         

      Other Options:

      • NTP Server, Primary and Secondary - (option 42) - Up to two NTP servers (primary and secondary) that the NMC can use.
      • NTP Time Offset - (option 2) - The offset of the NMC's subnet, in seconds, from Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).
      • DNS Server, Primary and Secondary - (option 6) - Up to two Domain Name System (DNS) servers (primary and secondary) that the NMC can use.
      • Host Name - (option 12) - Max length of 32 characters - The host name that the NMC will use.
      • Domain Name - (option 15) -  Max length of 64 characters - The domain name that the NMC will use.
      • Boot File Name - (from the file field of the DHCP response, described in RFC2131) - The fully qualified directory-path to a user configuration file (.ini file) to download. The siaddr field of the DHCP response specifies the IP address of the server from which the NMC will download the .ini file. After the download, the NMC uses the .ini file as a boot file to reconfigure its settings.
      • Vendor Specific Information - (option 43) - this option encapsulates the APC cookie and the Boot Mode Transition setting.
      The NMC uses this option in a DHCP response to determine whether the DHCP response is valid. This option contains an option in a TAG/LEN/DATA format, called the APC Cookie. This is disabled by default on NMC2 devices.

      APC Cookie. Tag 1, Len 4, Data “1APC”

       
      Option 43 communicates to the NMC that a DHCP server is configured to service devices. Following, in hexadecimal format, is an example of a Vendor Specific Information option that contains the APC cookie:


      Option 43 = 0x01 0x04 0x31 0x41 0x50 0x43


      Currently being considered for addition on to the AP9630/AP9631/AP9635 and NMC2 embedded devices:

      • FQDN - (option 81)

      Where can I get support for APC and MGE Products?

      For support on APC and MGE products please visit:  https://www.apc.com/support/

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