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1 Gang 13A Single Switched Socket in Brushed Steel with Grey Insert, BG Nexus NBS21G-01 Metal Raised Plate

Model No. NBS21G by: BG Electrical
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This is the BG Nexus NBS21G 1 Gang 13A Single Switched Socket in Brushed Steel, BG Nexus NBS21G-01 Metal Raised Plate available at Sparks for the best price.

Part of the BG Nexus Metal Wiring Accessories, this is a single socket 13A rated (switched), coming in a brushed steel raised plate finish.

This socket has been designed with angled in-line colour coded terminals and backed out captive screws for ease of installation, and it fits a 25mm back box making it an ideal retro-fit replacement for existing sockets.

This switch has an anti-fingerprint lacquer and slim profile with softly rounded edges to add a touch of luxury to your decor. 

1 Gang 13A Single Switched Socket in Brushed Steel BG Nexus NBS21G-01 - Specs

  • It is a 1 Gang 13A Single Switched Socket for wall mounting.
  • Easy to install, supplied with fixing screws and installation instructions
  • Rating: 13 Amp 250V AC
  • Switch Type: Double Pole
  • Finish: Brushed Steel with grey insert
  • Captive, backed out terminal screws for fast installation and to prevent screw loss
  • Sleek and slim premium metal with softly rounded edges
  • There is no visible plastic around the switch
  • Moisture control gasket, prevents tarnishing from new plaster
  • Twin earth fitted as standard for high integrity circuits
  • Power socket for standard 3 pin UK plug
  • Minimum mounting depth: 25mm
  • Certified to BS 1363-2:2016+A1:2018
  • Finish: brushed steel raised plate
  • Terminal Capacity: 3 x 2.5mm² 3 x 4mm² 2 x 6mm²
  • RoHS Directive and WEEE Directive
  • Fixing Centres: 60.3mm
  • Mounting box: min. 25mm
  • CE Mark.
  • Dimensions: 86mm width x 86mm length x 23mm depth
  • Front plate material thickness: 0.8mm
  • Front plate height: 6.9mm
  • Max. depth: 29mm
  • Screw caps: no
  • Switch location position: wall
  • Operating voltage: 250V AC
  • IP rating: IP20 rated

Model: BG Nexus NBS21G-01 1 Gang 13A Single Switched Socket, for wall mounting, in brushed steel

Switches & Sockets Specific
Amp 13
Back Box Depth 25mm
Brand BG Nexus
Finish Brushed Steel
Gang 1
Insert Grey
Plate Metal
Plate Dimensions 86mm x 86mm
Style Raised Plate
Type Socket

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Simple Visual Safety Checks around your Home that can Save your Life

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