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UK Brushed Chrome Wall Socket with 2 built in USB Charging Ports

Part Number: UK-WS-USB-BC

Wall Brushed Chrome USB Socket

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Wall Brushed Chrome USB Socket

This is a Brushed Chrome UK double wall socket with 2 built in USB charging ports, the USB charge ports can supply a shared maximum current of 2 Amps, ie 2A from 1 port or 1A from both ports. Please read the below instructions carefully before commencing with installation. Failure to install correctly will negate the product warranty.

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More Information - Wall Brushed Chrome USB Socket

The Dual Power Socket with Dual USB Outlet allows you to charge / power 2x USB devices and 2 other electrical items from one double wall plate. 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 amps (combined); if the current exceeds this it will automatically shut down to protect your device.

We recommend using a competent person for installation in accordance with the current edition of the IET Wiring Regulations (BS7671) & Building Regulations. Before use please carry out a socket test. Before carrying out any electrical work, isolate the mains power supply & refer to the fitting instructions. For safe installation & connection ensure that the earth is connected.

UK-WS-USB-BC Key Highlights

  • Only suitable for indoor installations
  • Wire/wiring colours are in accordance with the current IET Wiring Regulations
  • Working voltage: 13A, 250V
  • Working temperature -15 to 40 C
  • USB Output: 2A, 5V
  • UK 3 pin socket output: 13A, 250V
  • Manufactured to BS1362 SS145 BSEN 60950 BS5733
  • Fits any standard dual back box (minimum depth of 25mm)

Instractions

  • 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

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