Standard Series Socket Outlet Double, Auto Switch, Horizontal, 10A, Single Pole

Standard Series Socket Outlet Double, Auto Switch, Horizontal, 10A, Single Pole | WE

Item Number: 20-WE



Qty UoM EAN Colour



Range of product

Standard Series

Product or component type


Product brand



Quantity per set

set of 2


without marking

Local signalling

without light indicator

Fixing mode

by screws

[in] rated current

10 A

[ue] rated operational voltage

250 V AC


16 mm


115 mm


73 mm

Fixing center

84 mm

Number of poles



AS/NZS 3100|AS/NZS 3112|AS/NZS 3133|AS/NZS 3000:approval number S/1

Reach regulation

Reference contains Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold

Eu rohs directive

Compliant with Exemptions

China rohs regulation

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

Environmental disclosure


Circularity profile



Package 1 bare product quantity


Cover type

full cover plate

Unit type of package 1


Number of units in package 1


Package 1 height

1 cm

Package 1 width

7 cm

Package 1 length

11 cm

Package 1 weight

104 g

Unit type of package 2


Number of units in package 2


Package 2 height

10.8 cm

Package 2 width

12.7 cm

Package 2 length

14.5 cm

Package 2 weight

582 g

Unit type of package 3


Number of units in package 3


Package 3 height

15.7 cm

Package 3 width

30.5 cm

Package 3 length

44.5 cm

Package 3 weight

5.8 kg
Show all specifications

Frequently Asked Questions

hide show

Wiser2 and C-Bus Home Controller (SLHC) both have same part number (5200whc2) but hold a different firmware

Both wiser have the same part number(5200WHC2) but different Device type

Old Wiser2 
Wiser 2 with WiFi – wiser2firmware_1_32_102.img

Current C-Bus Home Controller (SLHC)
Wiser 2 without WiFi – SLHomeControllerFirmware_2_00_67.img

Firmware update is done via PICED but Alternatively, you can use the option Wiser Manual Update under the Settings from the Web Client and then choose one of the above files for the upgrade.

manual F/W update
manual F/W update link


C120N range MCBs are polarity sensitive or not when use with DC application?

C120 range MCBs are polarity sensitive or not when use with DC application?
Product Line:
C120 range MCBs are not polarized (not polarity sensitive) and you can use it for both upstream or downstream application without any change in their characteristics.
For DC application (up to 380Vdc) you can based on application guide CA908061E.

ATV320 display NST when setting DI3 to L3PW as the second input to the STO function ?

Problem : The drive intermittently goes into NST when STO is configured ‘L3PW’. Once L3PW is put back to ‘NO’ then drive work as per normal.

If NST occurs only when STO and LI3 are used together as STO input, and not when STO is standalone, refer to the points below, 

1. The random NST is not linked to STO/DI3 but caused by EMC perturbation on the 24V supplied STO and or DI3 (if external 24V is used for STO/DI3), or P24 is not completely tighten to STO /DI3 inputs.

For example, if  STO input is connected to external 24V, and this 24V fails ( for EMC reason, or 24V supplied to lot of device). 
If it fails for a time of 100µs for example,  and then external 24V come back to normal level, you will not see STO state on drive but NST , because LI1 is still enabled (even if TCT=Level).
On this case you can have a random NST or SAFF. The hardware time detection of STO state by STO input is 20µs.

- You should check by oscilliscope the signal (STO and or DI3 signal).
- See more information for ATV320 on pdf attached.

2. If used a device with OSSD which is not compatible with STO.

Requirements on Digital Input

The solution with ATV320 is to use OSSD feature not wired to STO but with LI3+LI4 or LI5+LI6  (STO and L3PW are not compatible): 

Safe Torque Off Tab

Then set LIrt parameter : 


Current used by the STO input is around 20mA. Check the equipment connected to STO & DI3, that provide enough current to both inputs.
Test to supply STO & DI3 with internal 24Vdc of ATV320. If there is no issue with internal 24V of ATV320 , this can confirm the hypothesis of limited 24V in safety device.
The external 24V supply or safety output must be stable voltage and the most important, the cable used for STO & DI3 " MUST BE SHIELD".


How can you reset the Somove safety password for ATV320 ? ATV320 password shows the error “Your password is either invalid or not correct ?

Somove safety password can be reset by code 1581.

1581 is not the general password to enter in the safety configuration. But a password to allow reset of safety password.
If you enter 1581 from the configure button you will have error message and that is normal.

Enter config password

To use the 1581 password you need to use the reset password button.

Enter password

Enter here the 1581 and validate the safety password erasing.

Validate safety password

Now you can go on "configure" button and it will ask you a new password to open the safety configuration.

New Password


Wiser2/SLHC Remote Connection for PICED 1.14.2 onward

In the new Firmware Wiser 2 will only be able to connect remotely using SSL/HTTPS (Port 443 or the External Port that is defined in PICED)  

This means HTTP or Port 80 will now longer allow you to login remotely

Whenever you change the remote connection setting, it will force a reboot of the Wiser 2

              Wiser 2 with WiFi – wiser2firmware_1_33_1.img, Wiser 2 without WiFi – SLHomeControllerFirmware_2_01_1.img

5200WHC2 Wiser 2 Security Enhancements PICED 1.14.2 onward

New Password Rules for Wiser 2

  • Passwords must be at least 8 characters and not more than 64 characters in length.
  • Passwords must contain 1 upper case and 1 lower case.
  • Passwords must contain 1 number or 1 special character.
  • Passwords must not contain spaces at the beginning or end.
  • Passwords must not contain usernames in them.
  • Passwords must not be the same as existing passwords.
    • Added one more point for mobile and web clients (not applicable for PICED).

SSL Certificates (TLS)

  1. Uploading Signed Certificate (purchased from DigiCert, GeoTrust, RapidSSL, ZeroSSL)
  2. Let's Encrypt (Must have a DNS for their domain)
  3. Self-Sign Certificate
Show More