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Lampholder BC 2 pin with looping terminal - 100W Max

Catalogue Number: 516
Colour White Electric (WE)
  • White Electric 1 PCE 1


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Package 1 width
60 mm
Package 1 Height
37 mm
Package 1 Length
85 mm
Product brand
Product or component type
BC lamp holder adaptor
Provided equipment
  • insulation shroud
  • lamp holder
  • skirt
    • Colour tint
      Device mounting
    • surface
    • wall mounted
      • [Ue] rated operational voltage
        250 V
        Rated lamp wattage
        100 W
        Package 1 Weight
        77 g
        EU RoHS Directive
        Under investigation

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        Frequently Asked Questions

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        What is the replacement for a PDL 556

        Use PDL 100MPIR + PDL 600RM relay

        If IEEE 519 is required, who enforces it? Citation concerns?

        IEEE 519 is recommended practice standard and not really mandatory; Utility may ask this to be enforced;

        What replaces the PDL 556 PIR sensor

        Use the PDL 100MPIR + 600RM if required to switch higher loads

        Does the 546 universal timer have an inbuilt override

        This does not have a manual override, you would need to use the 648TM with a 600RM in order to get that functionality

        What is the Steel rating for 173SS?

        The 173SS is rated at 316 Grade Steel

        Can you connect 24vdc or 120vac to the start terminals 5-6 on the S-flex enclosed drive?

        Can you connect 24vdc or 120vac to the start terminals 5-6 on the S-flex?

        Product Line:
        Altivar ATV21 or ATV212 S-flex enclosed


        They have a start command with voltage and want to know if they can put it on the start terminals 5-6.

        We only recommend that you put a dry contact between terminals 5-6 for the start command.  We are supplying the 120vac power to these terminals.  Please do not bring your own voltage into there terminals.
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