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Max 4 Neutral, Active, Meter Links, Front Of Back Wiring Neutral Link

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Key Features & Specifications

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  • 3 hole front wiring
  • Black base and cover
  • Dimensions: 54 x 30 x 36 mm
  • 3 tunnel- 5.6 mm diameter accommodate 1 x 16 sq mm cable
  • Two screw per tunnel
  • Black base and cover
Product brand
Clipsal
Range of product
Blue Point
Product or component type
link bar
Cable cross section
16-16 mm²
[In] rated current
55 A
[Ue] rated operational voltage
500 V
Connector type
screw terminals

Frequently Asked Questions

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What are the cable part numbers for M340 IO modules with 40 pin connections ?

The following M340 IO modules require preconfigured 40 pin connector cable with color coded flying leads.
Table below shows module and cable part numbers.

 
Discrete Module Connection Cable Part # Qty needed
BMX DDI 3202 1 x 40 BMX FCW 303, 503, 1003 ( 1 )
BMX DDI 6402 2 x 40 BMX FCW 303, 503, 1003 ( 2 )
BMX DDM 3202 1 x 40 BMX FCW 303, 503, 1003 ( 1 )
BMX DDO 3202 1 x 40 BMX FCW 303, 503, 1003 ( 1 )
BMX DDO 6402 2 x 40 BMX FCW 303, 503, 1003 ( 2 )
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AnalogModule text
BMX ART 0414 1 x 40 BMX FCW 301S*, 501S* ( 1 )
BMX ART 0814 2 x 40 BMX FCW 301S*, 501S* ( 2 )
* S suffix denotes shielded cable for Analog IO.

Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL212360 V1.0, Originally authored by DiSa on 08/24/2013, Last Edited by DiSa on 08/24/2013
Related ranges: Modicon M340

How to read CM2000 registers from Wonderware software using an ECM

Product Line
CM2000
ECM

Environment
Modbus Register reads

Resolution
In order to read the CM2000 registers through an ECM module, Wonderware requires 30,000 added to the register number. Example: register 1003 in the CM2 would be read as 31003 in Wonderware.

Advantys Configuration Software v2.5 Registration Issue

Goals and Symptoms

The purpose of this resolution is to alert Advantys Configuration Software v2.5 users to a multi-user registration issue.

Facts and Changes

Advantys Configuration Software Version 2.5 began shipping and was posted to Pl@net in November 2006.
The issue affects these following part numbers.

STB SPU 1003 3 User License
STB SPU 1011 10 User License
STB SPU 1010 10 User License for internal use
STB SPU 1100 Site License

Please note that STB SPU 1000 (Single User License) is not affected.

Causes and Fixes

Users who have purchased any of the affected part numbers of Version 2.5 software cannot register their software directly using FAX, email or telephone options.

When attempting to register the software through any of these three options, the user is asked for the part name and the serial number that is provided with the software. The registration software will not recognize the part name entered and registration will be unsuccessful.

It is possible to use the Web option directly for registering which allows proper selection of part numbers.

Workarounds:

When the web option for registering is not possible, the following steps can be used.

1) Telephone Method - In the Part Name field, enter STBSPU1000 instead of STBSPU1003/1010/1011. The appropriate Code Entry and Computer ID information will be generated by the registration software. Provide this information to the customer support representative and also let the person know which product you are registering.

2) Fax Method - In the Part Name field, enter STBSPU1000 instead of STBSPU1003/1010/1011 . The appropriate Code Entry and Computer ID info will be generated by the registration software. Then, update the generated FAX sheet by changing the Part Name from STBSPU1000 to the one you are registering.


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL181243 V1.0, Originally authored by WeDa on 12/27/2006, Last Edited by WeDa on 12/27/2006
Related ranges: Advantys STB

Computer will not automatically reboot after UPS has shutdown and restarted

Issue:
Computer will not automatically reboot after UPS has shutdown and restarted

Product Line:
PowerChute Personal Edition
PowerChute Business Edition
PowerChute Network Shutdown

Environment:
All devices that include BIOS
All APC UPS

Cause:
This problem is independent of the type of UPS connected. It is a function of the BIOS implementation supporting the soft-switch on computers. It is not a problem with APC UPS's or with PowerChute.

Solution:

To resolve this, change this BIOS setting, if possible, to Always On. If you cannot modify this setting, then the UPS will not be able to automatically reboot the computer under any circumstances - with APC or any other UPS.

Please contact your computer or BIOS manufacturer to find out if it is possible to change this BIOS setting on your particular computer and for exact instructions on how to do so.

NOTE: If the system OS is Windows 2003, 2008 or 2012 please review Kbase FA159604

Background:

Most new computers available in the market today use the ATX motherboard which supports the use of a soft switch to turn the Computer On and Off. The implementation of this soft switch includes a BIOS parameter which defines the state the computer will enter when the power supply senses input power when plugged into the wall. This BIOS parameter can have any one of three values :

ALWAYS ON: When power is cycled on, the computer will automatically turn on and boot up.

ALWAYS OFF: When power is cycled on, the computer will stay off until the user manually hits the On/Off soft switch.

LAST STATE: When power is cycled on, the computer will either come on or stay off depending on whether it was On or Off when the power was lost.

Most computer manufacturers set this parameter to Last State and some computer manufacturers set this parameter to Always Off. It is highly unlikely to find the Always On parameter setting. In many cases, the computer manufacturer permits the user to change the value of this parameter by using the system setup menu which can accessed prior to the operating system loading when the computer is turned on.

If this parameter is set to Always Off then an APC UPS cannot reboot this computer as it will not turn on when the power is cycled independent of the state of the PC prior to power being turned off.