British General 45A Double Pole Switched Socket Cooker Switch & Socket

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British General 45A Double Pole Switched Socket Cooker Switch & Socket

Product code:
5050765200219
British General 45A Double Pole Switched Socket Cooker Switch & Socket British General 45A Double Pole Switched Socket Cooker Switch & Socket British General 45A Double Pole Switched Socket Cooker Switch & Socket British General 45A Double Pole Switched Socket Cooker Switch & Socket

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This British General switched socket raised slim cooker switch & socket has a led indicator is rated to 45A. It uses a 240V power supply, for internal use.

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For your safety, electrical products must be installed in accordance with local building regulations. If in any doubt, or where required by the law, consult a competent person who is registered with an electrical self-certification scheme.

  • Sleek, slim design with soft, rounded corners

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of British General 45A Double Pole Switched Socket Cooker Switch & Socket
Brand British General
Height 86mm
Width 146mm
Depth 32mm
Weight 230g
Voltage 240V
Number of gangs 2
Standard BS 4177
Model NMB70B

Alternative product

Colours 45A Double Pole Black/Nickel Effect Cooker Switch & Socket with Comes with Power Indicators

Product code:
5052931187898
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