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What is the IP rating of Shaver sockets? E.g. Gu7090

Our 115/230V dual voltage Ultimate shaver sockets are rated IP41 and are manufactured to BS EN 61558-2-5.

How can I optimise, with or without braking resistor, braked stopping of...

Braking When there is high inertia in the load to be decelerated and the deceleration ramp imposed by the drive is too short, energy is restored from the load to the drive. This involves this...

What is the total heat loss of a Liquid Filled (Insulation Class "A")...

The total heat loss of a Liquid Filled (Insulation Class "A") Power Distribution Transformer at various loads is calculated as follows :- At 100% load the total heat loss is the addition of...

With the TSXCUSB485 cable, which Modbus driver should I install for use in...

The Modbus 2.0 IE10 driver needed for the various Schneider programs which use the Modbus protocol (TwidoSuite, Advantys, PL7) is available in the attachment. It supports the TSXCUSB485 USB cable and...

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What is the difference between PNP and NPN when describing 3 wire...

Most industrial proximity sensors (inductive, capacitive, ultrasonic and photo electric) are solid state. The term solid state refers to the type of components used within the sensor. Solid state...

What size overload do I use with a star delta starter ?

In the majority of cases, the overload of a star delta starter is fitted below the delta contactor with wiring connections to one side of each of the motor windings. The other side of the windings...

What are the differences between 380v AC, 400v AC and 415v AC Mains...

For many years, mainland Western Europe has used a mains, 3 phase, electricity supply nominally rated at 380v AC 50Hz while the UK used 415v AC 50Hz. Currently, all Western European 3 phase supplies...

What are the differences between 220VAC, 230VAC and 240VAC Mains Supplies...

For many years, mainland Western Europe has used a mains electricity supply rated at nominally 220VAC 50Hz. The UK used 240VAC 50Hz. Currently, ALL Western European supplies are classified 230VAC. In...