DETA Single Power Point with Dual USB Charger

I/N: 4331192
$31.48
Price correct as at Sat 16 Dec 2017 12:42:22pm
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Product Description

Manage your appliances and mobile devices and eliminate excess powerboards by installing the Deta single power point with 3Amp Dual USB charger sockets.

Australian and New Zealand standards approved.

  • 3amp Dual USB charger sockets suited for charging mobile phones, iPods, iPads etc
  • Single switched outlet rated 250volt 10amp
  • Australian and New Zealand standards approved
  • Input: 240V AC 50Hz 0.25A MAX. Output: 5V DC 3000mA 5VA

Product Details

Model Name
Single Power Point with Dual USB Charger
Model Number
6213B
Material
Polycarbonate
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:118 H:78 L:60
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:125 H:190 L:60
Weight
nakg
Commercial
Yes
Indoor Use
Yes
Outdoor Use
No
Maximum Amperage (amps)
10
Maximum Voltage (volts)
240
Surface Mount
No
Cover Plate Included
Yes
Weather Resistant
No
Child Safety Outlet
No
Profile Type
Standard
Product Material - ABS, S/S
Polycarbonate
Architrave
No
Pack Size
1
Number of Outlets
1
Extra Switch
No
Removable Covers
Yes
USB Charger (Yes or NA)
Yes
Specialty Powerpoint
Dual USB Charger Sockets

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