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

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

This is the BG Nexus NBS21G 1 Gang 13A Single Switched Socket in Brushed Steel, BG Nexus NBS21G-01 M..

Model: NBS21G

£5.33 Ex. VAT

1 Gang 13A Switched Fused Connection Unit (Spur) in Brushed Steel BG Nexus NBS50-01 Metal Raised Plate

1 Gang 13A Switched Fused Connection Unit (Spur) in Brushed Steel BG Nexus NBS50-01 Metal Raised Plate

This is the 1 Gang 13A Switched Fused Connection Unit (Spur) in Brushed Steel BG Nexus NBS50-01 Meta..

Model: NBS50

£5.74 Ex. VAT

1 Gang 13A Switched Fused Connection Unit (Spur) with Power Indicator in Brushed Steel BG Nexus NBS52-01 Metal Raised Plate

1 Gang 13A Switched Fused Connection Unit (Spur) with Power Indicator in Brushed Steel BG Nexus NBS52-01 Metal Raised Plate

This is the 1 Gang 13A Switched Fused Connection Unit (Spur) with Power Indicator in Brushed Steel B..

Model: NBS52

£7.68 Ex. VAT

1 Gang 13A Switched Fused Spur with Power Indicator and Flex Outlet in Brushed Steel BG Nexus NBS53-01 Metal Raised Plate

1 Gang 13A Switched Fused Spur with Power Indicator and Flex Outlet in Brushed Steel BG Nexus NBS53-01 Metal Raised Plate

This is the 1 Gang 13A Switched Fused Connection Unit (Spur) with Power Indicator and optional flex ..

Model: NBS53

£9.23 Ex. VAT

1 Gang 13A Unswitched Fused Connection Unit (Spur) in Brushed Steel BG Nexus NBS54-01 Metal Raised Plate

1 Gang 13A Unswitched Fused Connection Unit (Spur) in Brushed Steel BG Nexus NBS54-01 Metal Raised Plate

This is the 1 Gang 13A Unswitched Fused Connection Unit (Spur) in Brushed Steel BG Nexus NBS54-01 Me..

Model: NBS54

£7.15 Ex. VAT

1 Gang 13A Unswitched Fused Spur with Flex Outlet in Brushed Steel BG Nexus NBS55-01 Metal Raised Plate

1 Gang 13A Unswitched Fused Spur with Flex Outlet in Brushed Steel BG Nexus NBS55-01 Metal Raised Plate

This is the 1 Gang 13A Unswitched Fused Connection Unit (Spur) with a flex outlet in Brushed Steel B..

Model: NBS55

£7.89 Ex. VAT

1 Gang 2 Way 20A 16AX Switch in Brushed Steel, Single Rocker Switch BG Nexus NBS12 Metal Raised Plate

1 Gang 2 Way 20A 16AX Switch in Brushed Steel, Single Rocker Switch BG Nexus NBS12 Metal Raised Plate

This is the BG Nexus NBS12 1 Gang 2 Way 20A 16AX Switch in Brushed Steel, Single Rocker Switch BG Ne..

Model: NBS12

£3.58 Ex. VAT

1 Gang 20A DP Switch with Neon Indicator, BG Nexus NBS31-01 Brushed Steel Raised Plate

1 Gang 20A DP Switch with Neon Indicator, BG Nexus NBS31-01 Brushed Steel Raised Plate

This is the BG Nexus NBS31-01 1 Gang Double Pole Switch with Power, 20A DP Switch Brushed Steel BG N..

Model: NBS31G

£9.23 Ex. VAT

1 Gang 5A Unswitched Round Pin Socket in Brushed Steel BG Nexus NBS29G-01 Metal Raised Plate

1 Gang 5A Unswitched Round Pin Socket in Brushed Steel BG Nexus NBS29G-01 Metal Raised Plate

This is the 1 Gang 5A Unswitched Round Pin Socket in Brushed Steel BG Nexus NBS29G-01 Metal Raised P..

Model: NBS29G

£13.98 Ex. VAT

1 Gang Blank Plate in Brushed Steel Raised Plate BG Nexus NBS94-01 Metal Single Blanking Plate

1 Gang Blank Plate in Brushed Steel Raised Plate BG Nexus NBS94-01 Metal Single Blanking Plate

This is the 1 Gang Blank Plate in Brushed Steel Raised Plate BG Nexus NBS94-01 Metal Single Blanking..

Model: NBS94

£3.37 Ex. VAT

1 Gang Intermediate 10A Rocker Switch Screwless Vintage Matt White Plate with White Plastic Rocker and Trim

1 Gang Intermediate 10A Rocker Switch Screwless Vintage Matt White Plate with White Plastic Rocker and Trim

This is the Heritage Brass XWH.101.W, a 1 Gang Intermediate 10A Rocker Switch Screwless Vintage Matt..

Model: XWH.101.W

£17.83 Ex. VAT

1 Gang Intermediate 20A 16AX Switch in Brushed Steel, Single Rocker Switch BG Nexus NBS13 Metal Raised Plate

1 Gang Intermediate 20A 16AX Switch in Brushed Steel, Single Rocker Switch BG Nexus NBS13 Metal Raised Plate

This is the BG Nexus NBS13 1 Gang Intermediate 20A 16AX Switch in Brushed Steel, Single Rocker Switc..

Model: NBS13

£6.83 Ex. VAT

1 Gang Master BT Telephone Socket in Brushed Steel Raised Plate BG Nexus NBSBTM1-01 Metal

1 Gang Master BT Telephone Socket in Brushed Steel Raised Plate BG Nexus NBSBTM1-01 Metal

This is the BG Nexus Metal NBSBTM1-01 - a 1 Gang Master BT Telephone Socket in Brushed Steel Raised ..

Model: NBSBTM1

£8.95 Ex. VAT

1 Gang Secondary BT Telephone Socket in Brushed Steel Metal Raised Plate BG Nexus NBSBTS1-01

1 Gang Secondary BT Telephone Socket in Brushed Steel Metal Raised Plate BG Nexus NBSBTS1-01

This is the BG Nexus Metal NBSBTS1-01 - a 1 Gang Secondary (slave) BT Telephone Socket in Brushed St..

Model: NBSBTS1

£8.42 Ex. VAT

1 Gang Single Coaxial Socket Brushed Steel BG Nexus NBS60-01 Raised Plate TV/FM Coax Socket

1 Gang Single Coaxial Socket Brushed Steel BG Nexus NBS60-01 Raised Plate TV/FM Coax Socket

This is the 1 Gang Single Coaxial Socket Brushed Steel BG Nexus NBS60-01 Raised Plate TV/FM Coax Soc..

Model: NBS60

£5.10 Ex. VAT

10A Triple Pole Fan Isolator Switch in Brushed Steel, BG Nexus NBS15 Metal Raised Plate

10A Triple Pole Fan Isolator Switch in Brushed Steel, BG Nexus NBS15 Metal Raised Plate

This is the BG Nexus NBS15 10A Triple Pole Fan Isolator Switch in Brushed Steel, Single Rocker Switc..

Model: NBS15

£10.27 Ex. VAT

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

When we are at home, we usually feel very safe and become complacent. However, overlooking important security issues such as electrical safety can be fatal. Doing some visual safety checks around your home can save your life. Each year, around 70 people are killed and 350,000 are injured due to an electrical accident at home. Electricity causes almost half of all accidental house fires in the UK, so it may damage your property and possessions - and threaten your life. The reason for these worrying statistics becomes obvious if you consider our modern lifestyle. We use an array of appliances and gadgets in everyday aspects of our lives. If you consider home systems such as Alexa and Google Home, we rely on technology now more than ever. Thankfully, Electrical Safety First (ESF) has a wealth of information on how to use electrical devices safely at home: you can engage in a simple visual safety check and ESF even offers a free intuitive app. We here at Sparks take electrical safety at home very seriously. In this article, we will run through simple measures you can take now - to make you and your family safer. The basics of a visual safety checks: RCD protection Firstly, you should check that you have RCD protection in your fuse box. An RCD is a life-saving device, designed to prevent you from receiving a fatal shock at home; if you were to touch a bare, live wire, for example. It provides a higher level of protection than ordinary fuses and circuit-breakers. Under UK safety standards almost all sockets in new electrical installations (and new sockets) must be guarded by an RCD. If you have one or more RCDs, you should ensure they are working properly by pressing the ‘Test’ button, at least once every three months. The basics of a visual safety check: Don’t overload sockets Install more sockets instead of overloading them! Here's a suggestion: the 1 Gang 13A Double Pole Switched Single Socket in Brushed Steel BG Nexus Metal Raised PlateNow that the average household has a multitude of devices used by every family member, there is a greater need for sockets. Many people have extension leads in their homes, using 4-way bar adaptors to increase the number of appliances that they can plug in. If this is the case in your home, then you should: Make sure you know the total current rating and wattage of plugged-in appliances before you plug in and use them with an extension lead or socket. Ensure you know the total current rating (amperage) and the wattage of the appliances you are using. The total current rating shouldn’t exceed the maximum current rating of the lead, and the wattage cannot exceed 3000W. Otherwise, the plug in the wall socket can overheat and potentially start a fire. Check the current rating of the extension lead prior to plugging any appliances into it. Most leads are 13A rated; however some are rated at 10A or lower, and you will need to know this. Use only one extension lead per socket to avoid the risk of overloading. Always defer from plugging one extension lead into another. Use a multiway bar extension lead – many ‘block’ adaptors do not have a fuse and are not recommended for use, as they are not very safe. Install more sockets if you need to. If you regularly need to use an extension lead in a certain area of your house, we recommend you get a registered electrician to install an extra double socket there. Electrical Safety First has developed an online “socket calculator” to help ensure you are using your sockets safely. The basics of a visual safety checks: other steps to take Checking that you are RCD protected and haven’t overloaded your sockets are two crucial safety checks you can conduct yourself. There are many other top tips from ESF, which we shall go through here: Check that visible cables and leads are in good condition. Regularly check for danger signs. These include the smell of hot plastic (melting sockets or appliances), and scorch marks around a socket, plug or appliance. Also be on the lookout for damaged or frayed leads, or fuses that keep blowing for no apparent reason. Examine your light fittings to see they have no visible signs of damage and that your downlighters are in good working condition. Do not store combustible materials around your fuse box, electricity meter or electrical intake. Don’t use the top of the microwave for extra storage space. Never leave cables trailing under carpets or rugs. Make sure your electrical items are switched off when you are not using them. Never take mains-powered electrical items into the bathroom. What you can achieve with a visual safety check Using these tips and the ESF visual safety app (available to download for your iPhone or Android phone), you could have a quick look over your home now to see that you are using your electrical appliances safely. However, if you are having a new installation built, or want a thorough check of your home then don’t hesitate to contact a registered electrician.

FAQs

What is an Intermediate Switch?

A regular switch (rocker switch or dolly/toggle switch) is a 2-way switch; an intermediate switch has a special function. An intermediate switch is used in the middle of a 3 or more ways lighting circuit. For example, in a large room you can have two 2-way switches at either end, but if you want to add one in the middle, you need an intermediate switch. If there's a staircase with many floors, you need a 2-way switch at either ends and as many intermediate switches you need in the middle. An intermediate switch cannot work on its own; it requires 2-way switches at the end of the circuit.

What is a 2-way Switch?

A 2-way switch is a normal on/off switch for turning lights ON or OFF; a 2-way switch means there is or can be another switch controlling the same light. A 2-way switch can be used as a 1-way switch as needed. If you want to switch the lights from both sides of the room, or from upstairs and downstairs, what you need is a 2-way switch. If you need to switch the same lights from more than 2 places, intermediate switch/es are required. 

What is a Double Pole Switch?

A DP switch (double pole) is not a regular light switch; it is rated at 20A and is designed for the connection of refrigerators, water heaters, central heating boilers, and many other fixed appliances. It is a 20A rated ON/OFF switch for appliances, not for lights. 

What is a Master Phone Socket?

A master BT phone socket (main telecom socket) is a socket to be used where your telephone line enters your property. It is a master phone socket, which means secondary phone sockets can be connected ot linked to it if you need more than one phone sockets.

What is a slave phone socket?

A secondary (slave) phone socket is used in installations as an extension socket when connected on the same line in parallel with a master phone socket. It can be used only with a master phone socket, and it is an additional telephone point which feeds from the master telephone socket. It cannot work by itself: it requires a master BT socket.

What is a Shaver Socket?

A dual voltage shaver socket (115/240V) is suitable for bathroom use, to be used with 240V and 115 electric shavers and electric toothbrushes. In the UK there are the dual voltage shaver sockets for bathroom use, ideal for use with the shavers and electric toothbrushes, for their charging.

What is a Fan Switch?

A triple pole fan isolator switch provides a safe and simple method of isolating mechanical fan units. To be installed usually outside the bathroom or where the fan is, these switches can be used only with the bathroom fans or ventilation fans.

What is a Cooker Switch?

A red rocker cooker switch (rated at 45A) come usually either in a tall plate (double size) or single plate and is to be used with cookers and ovens. Having a high amperage rating, the cooker switches usually come with a red rocker and a neon/LED indicator and work only with cookers and ovens; they are not regular light switches.

What is a Spur?

A spur is a fused connection unit coming with a 13A fuse. It can be switched, unswitched, with power indicator or/and with cable flex outlet. The fused connection unit is ideal for spur circuits and hardwired appliances. They are not regular switches - they are spurs, to be used with circuit requiring a spur or hard-wired appliances.

What is a Socket Outlet?

The 13A socket outlet is for wall mounting and can be used with 3-pin UK plugs for different appliances. It comes with a 13A fuse. It is a female socket outlet connected to the mains voltage power wiring in the building, accepting the male plugs attached at the end of a cable lead. It is an outlet allowing electrical equipment to connect to the electrical grid in order to operate properly.

What is a Rotary Dimmer?

A rotary dimmer is wall mounted electrical device to adjusting the light level for mood setting and energy saving. It also has 2-way ON/OFF; when pressed, it turns the light ON or OFF. If the light bulb is dimmable, the dimmer will adjust the light level as the knob is rotated to the left or right.

What is a LED dimmer?

A LED dimmer is a rotary dimmer that can dim LED lamps and lights that are dimmable. It adjusts the light level for mood setting as well as energy saving with 2-way on/off. It can be a trailing edge dimmer or a leading edge dimmer, and it can also dim lighting loads that are not LED lamps.

What is a Cooker Unit?

A cooker unit, or a cooker switch with a switched socket, is a two-gang plate with a red rocker cooker switch on one side and a single switched 13A socket on the other side, each having power indicators. The cooker switch is rated at 45A and the socket at 13A. The cooker switch can be used for cookers and the socket provides an extra power outlet when needed.

What is a Co-axial socket?

A co-axial socket (also called COAX or TV/FM socket) is a socket outlet which can be used for a TV or FM aerial connection.