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Mureva Box 341 x 291 x 127mm, IP55, Halogen Free

Mureva Box 341 x 291 x 127mm, IP55, Halogen Free

Mureva Box 341 x 291 x 127mm, IP55, Halogen Free

Item Number: 05059

Retail
$319.95
RRP (Inc. GST)

Product Dimensions

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Width291 mm

Height icon

Height341 mm

Depth icon

Depth128 mm

Datasheet

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Qty UoM EAN Colour
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Specifications

Design

Warranty

18 months

Colour code

RAL 7035

Physical

Mercury free

Yes

REACh free of SVHC

Yes

REACh Regulation

Free of Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold

China RoHS Regulation

 Pro-active China RoHS declaration (out of China RoHS legal scope)

EU RoHS Directive

Pro-active compliance (Product out of EU RoHS legal scope)

RoHS exemption information

Yes

Toxic heavy metal free

Yes

Cable entry

smooth faces

Device mounting

surface

Height

341 mm

Width

291 mm

Depth

128 mm

IP degree of protection

IP55

IK degree of protection

IK07

Ambient air temperature for operation

-5-40 °C

Others

Package 1 Height

128 mm

Package 1 Length

288 mm

Package 1 Weight

1.38 kg

Package 1 width

366 mm

Box category

big size junction box

Cover fixing

quarter turn screw

Housing material

polypropylene

Internal height

325 mm

Internal width

275 mm

Internal depth

120 mm
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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the replacement for 25659 MCB?

The replacement for 25659 MCB  is A9F54216.

A9F54216 
Acti9 iC60H 2P 16A C Miniature Circuit breaker 

 

What is the replacement for the 15959?

The replacement for the 15959 is "A9C20732"

https://www.schneider-electric.com.au/en/search/A9C20732

 

Do we offer a a flashing 24V pilot light in the 9001 30mm line? What is the part number for a Flashing amber 24VDC pilot light?

Issue:
30mm 24VDC flashing pilot light selection

Product Line:
30mm Push Buttons                       

Environment:
9001K/SK light modules

Resolution:
This is not offered in the 30mm lines.

What is the part number for a replacement for a 8505 AO1 relay?

Issue:
8505AO1 capacitor start relay replacement

Product line:
Relays and Timers

Environment:
8505 Type A Relays

Resolution:
Obsolete with no direct replacement.
This was a capacitor motor starting relay, suggest contacting GE, Rexnord or an HVAC supplier for a similar component. 
 

I need to have the mH datas for the motor line chokes of ATV28 and 58 .BR Asli

Goals and Symptoms

I need to have the mH datas for the motor line chokes of ATV28 & 58 .BR Asli

Causes and Fixes

VW3A66501 = 10 mH 4 A
VW3A66502 = 4 mH 10 A
VW3A66503 = 2m H 16 A
VW3A66504 = 1m H 30 A
VW3A66505 = 0,5 mH 60 A
VW3A66506 = 0,3 mH 100 A
VW3A66507 = 0,15 mH 230 A
VW3A66508 = 0,075 mH 370 A
VW3A66509 = 0,050 mH 500 A

In an ION meter's data sheet, what does "%rdg + %FS" for meter accuracy mean?

Issue
User is looking for details regarding meter accuracy from data sheets, %rdg + %FS

Product
ION Meters

Environment
Technical data sheets

Resolution
The meaning of %rdg + %FS is % Reading + % Full Scale.

  • Here is a quick example of the application of this method of calculating the potential error range for a current reading:

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EXAMPLE SITUATION

Let's say we have a situation where:

* The meter under consideration is an ION 7350 which specifies the accuracy of the current reading in the datasheet as 0.25% of reading + 0.05% of full scale as can be seen excerpt from an old meter datasheet immediately below.

  • * The meter is wired to the electrical system using CTs of the ratio 200:5
* The meter is reading a primary current value of 103.85 A

QUESTION

How would one calculate the expected error bound of this meter reading?

ANSWER

In order to make the calculation, we need a value for the full scale current. The specification of the current inputs to the meter shows the following data at another place in the datasheet:

Thus, the full scale value of the meter reading would be 10A on the input * the CT ratio which is 200 / 5 = 400 A.

So now the calculation of the error is as follows:

potential reading error = 0.25% of reading + 0.05% of full scale = 0.25% of 103.85 A + 0.05% of 400A = 0025 x 103.85 + 0.0005 x 400 = 0.259625 + 0.2 = 0.46

So when the meter reads 103.85 Amperes, the potential error of that reading is +/- 0.46 A.
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NOTE: For the sake of simplicity, the above calculation excludes the potential error introduced into the measurement system by the instrument transformer. Naturally, the instrument transformer has an accuracy rating of its own. The error of that instrument would be added to the of the meter. Thus if the instrument transformers error rating was +/- 5 % of reading, this number would be added to value already calculated. In this case, a reading of 103.85 A would have an error of +/- 5.19 A. Thus combined error for current readings of the entire measurement system (i.e. the combination or the CTs and the ION meter) would be 0.46 + 5.19 = +/-5.65 A.

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