Sockets & Switches
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Sockets & Switches Buying Guide
We look at five key considerations to take into account when choosing the right sockets and switches for your property.Read Guide
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Matching Switch and Socket Finishes to Interior Design Styles
Switches and sockets are an important, though often overlooked aspect of designed living spaces.
Sockets & Switches
Our sockets and switches are built to the highest standards and quality assured for safety. We offer a variety of specifications and styles and all our products come in a variety of finishes.
When choosing sockets and switches, you need to choose a finish that blends with the overall decor of the room. No matter what look you are trying to achieve, we have the right product for your home.
Choose from brushed chrome, polished chrome, black nickel, antique brass, and brushed brass. We also have a range of white plastic and white metal sockets and switches as well as copper and bronze finishes.
You can find a range of fused spurs, blanking plates, and euro module faceplates in our TV, data and accessories section. If you're looking for something more special, we have a selection of grid modules and plates that can be used to create custom switches.
Unsure about where to start? You can find out more in our guide which covers five considerations when choosing sockets and switches. We also have plenty of helpful articles covering interior design tips, technical advice, and care and maintenance on our blog.
Browse our online sockets and switches store to discover our large range of high-quality products.
Sockets & Switches FAQs
A mounting box depth of 35mm is required for double USB sockets.
A mounting box depth of 47mm is required.
Retractive toggles require 35mm back box depth and retractive rocker switches require 25mm depth.
A retractive 2 way and off toggle switch will be needed for this setup which is compatible with smart home applications.
Yes, but this can only be done on smart home applications when using retractive toggles.
Yes, they are intelligent dimmers so they will figure out what they are driving, the only thing to be mindful of is to not mix the type of bulbs on one circuit, e.g. halogen with LED bulbs.
For a 250 w dimmer the minimum is -5w and for a 150 w dimmer minimum is 5w.
Adjusting the minimum brightness setting. You can also adjust between leading and trailing edge, please refer to instructions for details.
The 250 w will handle 100 watts of LED bulbs, but 250 watts of incandescent and halogen bulbs. 400w will handle 150 w of LED and 400 watts of incandescent and halogen. Do not exceed maximum wattage.
Our switches are compatible with a 25mm back box. A mounting box depth of 35mm is required for dimmers, single, standard double and double USB sockets.