Mechanism for a socket outlet with pin earthing, screw fixing and safety shutters. This socket outlet has a flush-mounting depth of 28.5 mm. A finishing set and flush surround plate in the colour of your choice must be ordered separately.
Base for socket outlet with pin earthing and safety shutters, flush-mounting depth 28.5 mm, 16 A/250 Vac, screw terminals. The socket outlet is provided with contact buses with a large contact surface that do not rest on the base in order to clasp. The sockets are fitted with cage clamps with permanent screws. These screws have combination screwheads (Pz2 or slot 1 x 6 mm). Moreover, every screw is provided with a screwdriver slot that prevents the screwdriver from sliding off the screwhead. All connection terminals are located at the top of the end socket and can contain up to 4 x 2.5 mm² of wire. The earthing terminal even up to 2 x 2.5 mm² + 2 x 4 mm². The stripping length (14 mm) of the wires is indelibly imprinted on the back of the base. When fixing in a flush-mounting box screws should be used. The flush-mounting frame is made from 1 mm-thick metal which is galvanized on all sides after cutting, even on the cut edges. On the horizontal and vertical axes, the flush-mounting frame has 4 grooves for screw mounting in flush-mounting boxes. These grooves have a screw aperture of 7 mm. For mounting on panels, the flush-mounting frame is equipped with 4 screw holes (indicated by a screw symbol) with a diameter of 3 mm. The middle of the flush-mounting frame is indicated (chalk line, laser, ..) in both the horizontal and vertical directions, so that mounting one or more mechanisms can be carried out quickly and easily. The base is equipped on all sides with folded-up dovetails, allowing for both vertical and horizontal coupling (centre-to-centre distance of 71 x 71 mm) of several bases to be carried out quickly and perfectly. The folded-up edges on the outside of the base and their continuation to the inside ensure additional robustness. The 4 rectangular openings (7 x 2.5 mm) in the flush-mounting frame can compensate for a margin of 1 to 1.2 mm if the flush-mounting box protrudes beyond the plasterwork. In the case of such a margin, the flush surround plate can still butt up perfectly against the wall.