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2 Gang 13A Socket with 2 USB A+C Sockets Raised Polished Brass Plate and Rockers with White Plastic Insert Victorian Elite

Model No. C-R01.7559.PBW by: Heritage Brass
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This is the Heritage Brass C-R01.755.PBW-USB (the new model number is C-R01.7559.PBW), a 2 Gang 13A Socket with 2 USB A+C Sockets Raised Plate Polished Brass and matching metal rockers, with a White Insert in the Victorian Elite range. It is part of the Victorian Elite range of raised plate switches and sockets.

The traditionally Styled Victorian Elite is a most attractive range of plain raised plate wiring accessories designed to complement the popular Elite Flat Plate ranges.

Twin USB A+C Socket Charger with 2 Gang Socket White Trim - Features

  • Featuring a choice of elegant finishes comprising Polished Brass, Polished Chrome, Satin Chrome and Satin Nickel, Victorian Elite is designed to meet the requirements of both traditional and contemporary decor styles. This range is suitable for shallow box installation.
  • The Heritage Brass Victorian Elite wiring devices complies fully with the relevant standards. Matching metal rockers are a standard feature and lend a touch of sheer elegance.
  • Back box depth: 35mm. Plate dimensions: 86mm x 147mm. Plate projection / profile: approx. 8mm.
  • This twin USB socket is ideal for tablet or smartphone charging; it comes with a 2.1A USB type A on the left (2100mA, 5V, ideal for tablet battery charging) and a 1000mA USB type C socket on the right (1000mA, 5Vm ideal for 1A phone battery charging). You can safely charge your smartphone, Android, iPhone, or tablet directly from the wall socket!
  • This twin socket with USB charger has metal rockers and white or black plastic surround / trim. Twin earth fitted as standard, and complete with overload protection.
  • The 13A sockets and the USB sockets can be used independently. It is a 13A / USB Socket Outlet. 13A 2 gang switched socket with two USB A+C Charging ports, made by Heritage Brass (M-Marcus).

2 Gang Socket with USB charger - Specs

  • It is part of the M-Marcus Victorian Elite Range - a Polished Brass item. 
  • Type: Double USB A+C socket (13A) - C-R01.755.PBBK
  • Part of the Victorian Elite Range from Heritage Brass
  • Insert Type: it is a 2 gang 13A socket with 2 USB sockets A+C
  • Plate Finish: Polished Brass
  • Switch Colour: Polished Brass
  • Body and Switch Trim: white plastic trim
  • Dimensions: Height 86 mm, Width 147 mm
  • Fixing Hole Centres: Box Fixing = 120.6 mm
  • Minimum Box Depth: 35mm
  • Current rating: 13 Amp
  • Voltage: 230 V
  • Terminal Capacity: 4 mm2
  • Earth Terminal Capacity: 5 mm2
  • Product Class 1: Face plate must be earthed
  • Ambient Operating Temperature: -5°C- 40°C
  • Recommended Location: Indoor use only
  • Standard: BS EN 1363
Switches & Sockets Specific
Amp 13A + 2.1A
Back Box Depth 35mm
Brand Heritage Brass
Finish Polished brass
Gang 2
Insert White
Plate Metal
Plate Dimensions 86mm x 146mm
Plate Projection / Protrusion 8
Style Raised Plate
Type USB Socket

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Are the USB Socket Chargers Safe for Children, and more on USB Integrated Sockets

Electrical appliances and outlets can be dangerous for anyone - but particular care needs to be taken when they are used around or by children. The question is, are the USB sockets / USB socket chargers safe for children? And what about the USB integrated sockets? Actions taken by concerned parents could increase the risk to their children if they do not research the actions they make properly. For instance, many parents may insert plastic socket covers which inadvertently cover inbuilt safety features and risk causing fires. ‘Child Safety Week’ is an event that aims to educate young people and their parents on the importance of electrical safety, and it took place from the 3rd to the 9th June this year. The manufacturing giant MK Electric was in attendance to focus on one aspect in particular: USB integrated sockets. In this article, Sparks will explain what they found out about USB socket related safety, taking notes from MK Electric and their research into the issue. The new tech-savvy generation and the dangers of overloading sockets Emma Segelov, the EMEA marketing operations for MK Electric has spoken extensively on the issue of children using gadgets safely. This is essential in times when young people are using technology more than ever. It is estimated that 93% of 15-year olds now own a smartphone, whilst 70% of UK children from the ages of 9-16 go online daily according to a study by LSE University. The average household has a plethora of battery-powered portable gadgets, ranging from phones to tablets to smartwatches. It is estimated that a single person could be charging 3 to 4 devices every single night! This is an extraordinary demand for power if we are looking at a household with four or more people, for instance. And each of these household devices will require a USB cable, meaning it will be a headache to find the right socket to charge them all. Emma explains that it is this surge in the popularity of handheld devices that has necessitated the rise in the number of USB wall sockets. She says: This increase in the number of mobile devices has driven a need for greater access to charging points and more flexible charging options.A great solution offers itself in the form of the integrated USB socket. Sparks have these useful devices in stock, including the brilliant Lisse double socket with USB charger.Buy Lisse USB Socket at Sparks USB sockets that will offer both convenience and protectionThe USB integrated socket has emerged as a favoured option among many, as they feature both device-agnostic USB ports and traditional 13A three-pin switch socket outlets. This means they offer a wider range of charging options depending on your cable. Electricians should be on the lookout for USB-integrated sockets that feature handy technology called ‘Dynamic Device Recognition’ (DDR). This innovative software offers optimal charging which detects slight differences between smartphones and offers the precise level of power required. DDR technology has the added bonus of being eco-efficient for this reason; it won’t send too much power to a device that does not need it. This, of course, causes the problem of overloading, which we have discussed previously in this Sparks blog post. The risks of over-voltage will primarily affect your electrical equipment and should be noticeable immediately. These incidents are not to be taken lightly, but are unlikely to physically harm you or your children. However, you should encourage your children to take the following steps: Be aware of any burning smells, sounds of ‘arcing’ (buzzing and crackling), fuses blowing or scorch marks on plugs and sockets. This is a sign of overloading. Never touch electrical equipment with wet hands. Never touch light switches that are cracked or show any signs of wear and tear. Don’t plug equipment into a socket that looks damaged or has its cover missing. More on how USB integrated sockets provide protection The USB-integrated charger socket is designed to replicate the way in which the manufacturer’s charger would work. This prevents the risk of over or under-loading sockets, a phenomenon which is a common cause of house fires and damage to people and property. Another excellent way in which MK Electric sockets offer protection is with their shutter systems. With the standard 13A switch-socket outlet, there is a mandatory child-resistant shutter system. The shutter prevents the flow of electricity unless all three pins of a standard UK plug are firmly in position. This will drastically reduce the risk of accidents occurring to young children, who may not know the dangers of placing foreign (or fake) appliances into UK switch-socket outlets. Advantages to the Integrated USB wall sockets Convenience is a major benefit of having a USB wall socket. With the addition of USB sockets, regular sockets can be freed up and your electrical gadgets connected directly to the wall. This eliminates the need for copious amounts of adaptors and extension leads. Another advantage comes with potential energy savings. The USB outlets on most USB wall sockets automatically turn off when nothing is connected, which will save you money in cases when your kids leave their devices to charge all night! On our website, we have an ever-increasing range of USB charger sockets and USB sockets from your favourite manufacturers such as Heritage Brass, Forbes and Lomax, Schneider, BG, MK, etc.Buy Heritage Brass USB Sockets Many cheaper USB adaptors do not do this and continue to draw small amounts of power even when they are not charging. It is of crucial importance that we ‘take charge’ when it comes to USB sockets, and do not allow children to fall under any risks. Integrated USB sockets offer a great way to streamline device charging by removing the need for adapters, and leaving the 13A, 3 pin power sockets free to use. You should look into purchasing one right away - especially if you have a large family!

NEW: USB Sockets from Heritage Brass in Flat, Stepped, and Raised Plate!

It's about time that Heritage Brass got in on this, and so they did - there's now a brand new range of USB socket wiring accessories available in the popular flat plate, stepped plate, and raised plate ranges! More and more what is needed is not only a regular double socket in a polished chrome flat plate or a twin socket with a stepped plate finish but a USB socket (or two USB sockets if possible) on a 2 gang regular 13A socket plate. They are becoming commonly used and installed in both public places such as universities, schools, trains, train stations, restaurants, etc and in more domestic environments, and with the rising of the number of gadgets we buy, use, and own, we can't keep carrying the charger with us - a simple USB cable will do the trick! Heritage Brass USB Sockets - Engraved USB Socket The Heritage Brass USB Sockets (also called, Engraved USB Sockets) complement the popular Elite Flat Plate, Elite Stepped Plate, and Victorian Elite (raised plate) ranges of sockets. They come in all the well-known finishes such as Polished Brass, Polished Chrome, Satin Chrome, Satin Brass, and Satin Nickel. Besides the 2 x 13A switched sockets (with white or black insert) on the plate there's a clear engraving: on the left it says TABLET and on the right it says PHONE. The TABLET USB socket is 2A rated and is ideal for any tablet battery charging (such as iPad, Samsung Tablet, Nexus, Sony tablets, etc). The PHONE USB socket is on the right and is 1A rated, being ideal for most smartphone charging (be it an iPhone or an Android phone). The clear engraving on the socket makes sure you won't mistake which USB socket to use when charging your Samsung Galaxy Tab or iPad (for example) or your iPhone (or Samsung Galaxy S6 for that matter, with that fast charging). USB Socket in the Elite Flat Plate range The Heritage Brass Elite Flat Plate range is famous for its choice of luxurious finishes designed to complement all types of installations and interior designs, combining style with elegance in one of the most extensive ranges of high quality flat plate electrical wiring accessories available. The USB sockets in the Elite flat plate range come with White or Black plastic inserts and use a regular 35mm back box. These USB engraved sockets complement the Elite flat plate range, coming in all the regular brass, chrome, and nickel finishes.Elite Flat Plate USB Sockets USB Sockets in the Stepped Elite range The Heritage Brass Elite Stepped plate is an elegant range featuring full plates with an attractive stepped edge and contemporary square profile. They are ultra-slim and are sometimes preferred to the flat plate range. The Stepped Plate USB sockets use a 35mm back-box and come in all the popular finishes (polished / satin chrome, brass, and nickel), with a choice of black or white plastic inserts. They fully comply with the relevant standards.Elite Stepped Plate USB Sockets USB Sockets in the Victorian Elite raised plate range If you prefer neither the stepped plate nor the flat plate, the 8mm projection "raised plate" in the Victorian Elite will definitely catch your attention. This is a most attractive range of plain raised plate wiring accessories designed by M-Marcus to complement the popular Elite Flat Plate ranges. The USB sockets in the Victorian Elite range feature a choice of elegant finishes like the polished brass, polished chrome, satin chrome, and satin nickel, and they can be used with 25mm shallow back boxes.Victorian Elite USB Sockets Where can you find the Heritage Brass USB Sockets? Just search for Heritage USB or simply USB sockets on our website and you will be presented with a wide choice of flat plate, raised plate, or stepped plate USB engraved sockets from M-Marcus.


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