Power Knight Dual Fast Charge 2.4A USB ports with 2 UK Mains Double Socket Plugs White
ScanFX Dual Mains Faceplate with 2 x USB Fast Charge 2.4A sockets with 2.4A White MFi Approved
By DPD On 22nd May 2019
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The USB charging sockets are compatible with items such as smart phones, tablets and other devices that require charging via a USB port. The USB charging sockets have a total output of 2.4 amps if the current exceeds this it will automatically shut down to protect your device.
This dual switched socket will fit any standard dual 25mm deep wall box.
• 13A 2G Switched Socket Single Pole
• Double USB Ports, Output 5V/2000mA (toyal)
• Double 3 Pin AC Charging Holes
• Twin USB Wall Outlet Input: AC250V 13A 50Hz
• Rated Power: 3250W
• Lower Standby Consumption
• Constant Voltage/Current/Over-Temperature/Voltage/Current Protection
• High Quality Fire-Proof PC Material
• Approved BS Certificate
**For Your Safety We recommend installation should only be carried out by a qualified electrician in accordance with the current edition of the IET Wiring Regulations (BS7671) & Building Regulations.
Please read instructions carefully before commencing with installation. Failure to install correctly will negate the product warranty.** Features **For Your Safety We recommend installation should only be carried out by a qualified electrician in accordance with the current edition of the IET Wiring Regulations (BS7671) & Building Regulations.
Please read instructions carefully before commencing with installation. Failure to install correctly will negate the product warranty.**
• Product Name: S-4099P BS USB Socket Switch
• Panel Material: High quality bakelite material
• Socket Type: UK 3 pin
• Input Voltage: 13A 250V 50HZ
• Rated Power: 3500W
• Working Temperature: -15 to 40 C
• USB Input: 90-250V, 47-63HZ
• 2 USB Output: DC 5V, 2.4A
• Interface: BS 3PIN*2+2 USB Ports
• Size: 146*86mm
• Weight: 205g
• Colour: White
• Package: White Box
• Certificate: BS 5733
• Fits any standard back box (minimum depth of 25mm)
• Firstly, ensure you isolate the mains power supply and remove the fuse in the fuse box or switch off the circuit breaker in the consumer unit.
• Following the diagram over-leaf pass the cable through the entry holes and connect to the appropriate terminal.
• If an Earth loop connection is required, use the additional earth terminal block located in the back box.
• Re-connect the mains supply when the installation is correctly completed.
• Before use we recommend that a socket test is carried out.
• DO NOT MEGGER TEST – this will damage the USB charging circuit.
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 12 months
- Return to base
- RTB Period:
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