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RCD Sockets - Switched 30mA Passive


 Mechanically latched (does not need resetting after a power loss)  High intensity LED power on indicator  Individually switched socket outputs  Twin sockets fitted with twin earth terminals


Technical Data Voltage 230V AC 50Hz Max operating current Rated trip current Typical trip speed RCD contact break Latching


Responsive to Conforms to EMC Emissions EMC Immunity


Part No


13A (13A inductive) 30mA


Less than 20mS (typical) Double pole


Mechanical, no need to reset after power loss (Passive) Pulsating DC earth faults


BS 7288:1990, Amd 1 and BS 1363-2:1995 Amd 1-3 EN 55014-1:2006 & EN 55014-1:2000 inc A1:2001 & A2:2002 EN 61543:1996 inc A11:2003, A12:2005 & A2:2006


Description K21WPAPN-C


RCD Single Switched Socket Slim profile


60.3 Moulded front plate Fits standard 25mm back box 147.0


12.5 14.5


11.3 86.5 11.7 ‘Make first


break last contact - prevents nuisance tripping further upstream’


22


K22WPAPN-C


RCD Twin Switched Socket Slim profile


Moulded front plate 120.6 Fits standard 25mm back box 86.0 12.5


21 13 15


K21MPAPN-C


RCD Single Switched Socket Complete with metal backbox


60.3 REF 146.8 K22MPAPN-C


RCD Twin Switched Socket Complete with metal backbox


11.0 37.9 REF 4.4 REF 38.1


120.6 REF sales@greenbrook.co.uk 9 


4.6 REF


www.powerbreaker.co.uk


86.0 86.5 86.0 86.4


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