Colours 45A Double Pole Pearl Nickel Cooker Switch & Socket

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Product code:
5397007087703

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Colours 45A Double Pole Pearl Nickel Cooker Switch & Socket

Product code:
5397007087703
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£21.00

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This 45A cooker switch & socket is intended for kitchen use and allows for the isolation of hardwired cookers. It features an led indicator and an additional plug socket for use with other appliances.

  • Suitable for Internal use

Features and Benefits

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.

  • 45A switch and 13A power socket
  • Flat profile with rounded edges
  • Secure easy, clip on/clip off front plate
  • Colour coded terminals with backed out captive screws for easy installation
  • LED power indicators

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of Colours 45A Double Pole Pearl Nickel Cooker Switch & Socket
Amp rating 45A
Number of gangs 1
Number of ways 1
Number of poles Double pole
Height (mm) 146mm
Width (mm) 146mm
Depth (mm) 31mm
Material Metal
Colour description Pearl nickel
Insert colour White
Profile Flat Screwless
Location Internal
Pack quantity 1
Light technology LED
Voltage 240V
Standard BS 4177
Model FPR70W

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How to add more electrical sockets

How to add more electrical sockets

Although you can increase the number of sockets in a room by converting single sockets to doubles, there may be times when you need an extra socket where none exist already. In this case, you'll need to add a spur from a ring circuit. You can either run this from an existing socket, or from a junction box that's connected into the cable run of a suitable ring circuit. The circuit must have RCD protection.

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