tool punchdown 110

Actassi Tool Punchdown 110

Catalogue Number: 110PDT
tool punchdown 110
Colour:
Colour: Per UOM Std.
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Clipsal
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Compliant
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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the part number of the replacement blade to suit 110PDT punch down tool?

TRJ45PDTB is the part number of the replacement blade to suit 110PDT punch down tool. 110PDT suits 30RJ45 and RJ45UTP connectors.
For further information, please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=TRJ45PDTB

What is the part number for a 110VDC shunt trip for a NS80H?

The part number for the 110VDC shunt trip to suit a NS80H is 28077.


 

Can the RE17 range of timers switch 110VDC on the contacts?

The RE17 Electronic timers will be able to switch 250 VAC/DC...resistive load
See data sheet for fome information.........
https://www.schneider-electric.com/en/product-range-selector/529-zelio-time
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What is the replacement for LP2D259 with 60V & 110VDC?

The replacement for LP2D259 with 60V & 110VDC is LC1D25FD & LC1D25ND.
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LC1D25FD                                                                                                                                 LC1D25ND
TeSys D contactor - 3P(3 NO) - AC-3 - <= 440 V 25 A - 110 V DC coil                                 TeSys D contactor - 3P(3 NO) - AC-3 - <= 440 V 25 A - 60 V DC coil
For more information see:
https://www.schneider-electric.com.au/en/product-range-selector/664-tesys-d/?p_url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ops-ecat.schneider-electric.com%2Fecatalogue%2Fbrowse.do%3Fel_typ%3Dproduct%26cat_id%3DBU_POW_664_L3_Z010%26conf%3Dbasket%26prd_id%3DLC1D25FD%26scp_id%3DZ010  
and   
https://www.schneider-electric.com.au/en/product-range-selector/664-tesys-d/?p_url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ops-ecat.schneider-electric.com%2Fecatalogue%2Fbrowse.do%3Fel_typ%3Dproduct%26cat_id%3DBU_POW_664_L3_Z010%26conf%3Dbasket%26prd_id%3DLC1D25ND%26scp_id%3DZ010

What are the main difference between the AP9550, AP9551, AP9553, AP9554, and the AP9555 Rack Power Distribution Units?



The only differences between the units below are as follows:

 

 Model

 Mounting

Input

 Output

 Voltage Input/Output

 Max Amperage Draw

 AP9550

 Horizontal

 L5-20P

 5-15R

 100v-125v

 20A

 AP9551

 Vertical

 L5-20P

 5-15R

 100v-125v

 20A

 AP9553

 Horizontal

 IEC Outlet

 IEC Outlets

 120v-240v

 10A

 AP9554

 Vertical

 IEC Outlet

 IEC Outlets

 120v-240v

 12.8-16A

 AP9555

 Horizontal

 5-20P

 5-15R

 100v-125v

 20A





 

How do I calculate the RPM's of a stepping motor?

Formula for calculating stepping motor speed.
 
Below is the RPM formula for steppering motor drives that use pulse signals to create motion.
RPM = a/360 * fz * 60

RPM = Revolutions per minute.
“a” = step angle
“fz” = pulse frequency in hertz
 
Example 1:  Drive step resolution is set for 1000 steps per revolution. 
Find step angle: 360 (degrees of rotation) divided by 1000 (steps per revolution) = .36 (degrees of rotation per step)
With input frequency of 1000hz, .36 / 360 * 1000 * 60 = 60 rpm
Example 2: Drive step resolution is set for 500 steps per revolution.
Find step angle: 360 (degrees of rotation) divided by 500 (steps per revolution) = .72 (degrees of rotation per step)
With input frequency of 1000hz, .72 / 360 * 1000 * 60 = 120 rpm.
 
To find required frequency to meet desired speed we must find Fz:
RPM / ( (a/360) * 60) = Fz

Step 1. Divide step angle by 360:  .36/360 = .001,  then multiply by 60 (seconds) .001 * 60 = .06
Step 2. Divide desired speed by .06: Desired speed of 500 rpm’s.   Therefore ; 500 / .06 = 8333.33   ( 8333.33 is the frequency in hertz required to reach 500 rpm’s for drive set at 1000 steps per revolution)


Rev 3-12-18

 

What ION7550/ION7650 firmware downloads are available and what changed?

Issue
Where can I download ION7550/ION7650 firmware and what was updated?

Product Line
ION7550/ION7650

Environment
Firmware Download Links

Resolution
The table below lists the current and past firmware versions with associated download and What's New? document links:
Firmware Version ION7650 Firmware* ION7550 Firmware* What's New? Document Notes Release Date
V411 Download Download See Below Only compatible with -05 hardware July 2018
V410 Download Download Details Only compatible with -05 hardware March 2017
V401 Download Not Available Details Only compatible with -05 hardware March 2016
V400 Download Not Available Details Only compatible with -05 hardware Feb 2015
V375 Download Download See Below Use for -04 and older hardware July 2018
V374 Download Not Available Details   March 2016
V373 Download Download Details   Dec 2014
V371 Download Download See Below   June 2012
V366 Download Download See Below   Feb 2012
V360 Not Available Download Details    
V355 Not Available Not Available Details    
V350 Not Available Not Available Details    
V331 Not Available Not Available See Below    
V330 Not Available Not Available Details    
V321 Not Available Not Available Details    

*Older versions with 'Not Available' status may be requested from Technical Support if required.

Additional descriptions for firmware versions are as follows:


V411/375
No new features.
 
V410​
This firmware release supports EN50160:2010 (Edition 4) and IEC 61000 4-30 Edition 3. EN50160 is a European standard that defines the voltage characteristics of the electricity supplied by public distribution systems. The latest firmware version for this meter now supports the EN50160:2010 (Edition 4) standard. The IEC 61000-4-30 (4-30) standard defines methods for measurement and interpretation of power quality parameters in 50/60 Hz AC power supply systems. The standard describes measurement methods for relevant parameters to obtain reliable, repeatable and comparable results using any compliant meter. 
 
V400 
V400 is a general firmware release that adds support for new metering hardware. In addition this firmware release reduces the 7x50e and 7x50s variants into one allowing for IEC61850 and10Meg of logging memory to occur upon the same device. V400 adds compatibility for the -05 hardware revision option. This can be found as the last two digits of a meters serial number. V400 will NOT be compatible with previous versions of hardware ( -04 or earlier). In addition previous firmware revisions (pre V400) will not be compatible with the -05 hardware. We have consolidated the e (IEC61850) and s (standard) variants into one release. This means ALL devices ordered with V400 will now contain IEC61850 functionality as well as contain the 10M logging memory. Both features can be implemented in frameworks simultaneously. NOTE: To support the new features in v400, download the latest version of ION Setup from the website. 
 
V401/374
*The V374s version is the standard version. *The V374e version is for IEC61850 protocol support. This firmware is for the older hardware platform (RevA, if you like). The equivalent firmware for the RevB hardware platform is V401.
 
V373​
Firmware V373 is a general firmware release that adds support for the following features: (1) Access to more voltage data (2) Enhanced interharmonic distortion calculation (3) Display module enhancements (4) initial release of the PowerLogic Remote Display and also includes security enhancements. NOTE: For more detailed information about any of these features, please find the document entitled "What’s new in ION7550/ION7650 v373" (7EN12-0276-00). In preparation for upgrading your meter's firmware please download the latest firmware version (.upg file) and the appropriate Meter Template (.dcf file). Note that releases of Meter Template files often do not keep pace with firmware releases so do not be concerned if the firmware version number in the label of latest available template file is not as high as the version number of the firmware file. The main thing is to get the latest available file for each of firmware and template. ION Setup (freeware utility) is the recommended tool for the firmware upgrade process. See the Upgrading ION Device Firmware technical note for complete details.
Important Notes: *Generally, two versions of firmware are available for the ION7x50 devices: VXXXe with IEC 61850 implementation, and; VXXXs without IEC 61850 implementation. *IEC61850 is supported with the consequence of a reduction of the available logging memory. If you upgrade a 10MB meter to use IEC 61850 firmware, the meter’s logging memory will be reduced to 5MB. If the meter is subsequently loaded with non-IEC 61850 firmware, the meter’s original logging memory will be restored.  

 
V371​
Firmware V371 is a general firmware release that adds support for the initial release of the PowerLogic Remote Display and also includes security enhancements. In preparation for upgrading your meter's firmware please download the latest firmware version (.upg file) and the appropriate Meter Template (.dcf file). ION Setup (freeware utility) is the recommended tool for the firmware upgrade process. See the Upgrading ION Device Firmware technical note for complete details.
Important Notes: *Two versions of firmware are available below namely: V371e with IEC 61850 implementation, and;V371s without IEC 61850 implementation. *IEC61850 is supported with the consequence of a reduction of the available logging memory. If you upgrade a 10MB meter to use IEC 61850 firmware (7650V360e), the meter’s logging memory will be reduced to 5MB. If the meter is subsequently loaded with non-IEC 61850 firmware (7650V360s), the meter’s original logging memory will be restored. 
 
V366
Firmware version 366 (V366) for the ION7x50 adds Modbus mastering over TCP support for up to 10 connections. This is in addition to the 8 available Ethernet connections and is also in addition to the Modbus master functionality in both serial ports. This release also includes various communications bug fixes. When upgrading your meter's firmware please download the latest firmware version (.upg file) and the equivalent Meter Template (.dcf file). You can upgrade meter firmware using ION Setup or ION Enterprise. See the Upgrading ION Device Firmware technical note for complete details
Important Notes from V360 (applicable to V366): * Two versions of V360 firmware are available below: with IEC 61850 implementation (7x50V360e) and without IEC 61850 implementation (7x50V360s). * IEC 61850 can only be purchased on 5MB meters, not 10MB meters. If you upgrade a 10MB meter to use IEC 61850 firmware (7x50V360e), the meter’s logging memory will be reduced to 5MB. If the meter is subsequently loaded with non-IEC 61850 firmware (7x50V360s), the meter’s original logging memory will be restored.* The non IEC 61850 firmware version (7x50V360s) still has new features available, such as COMTRADE waveform recording.* To find ICD files related to the IEC61850 implementation on ION7x50 meters, search the keyword icd on any schneider-electric.xxx site 
 
V360
Firmware version 360 (v360) for the ION7550/ION7650 adds IEC 61850 server functionality. This includes FTP support and the ability to save waveform data in COMTRADE format.
 
V355
Firmware version 355 (v355) and factory template 7550/7650_v355_FACPQ_V3.4.0.0.0 for the ION7550 / ION7650 adds International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 61000-4-30 Class A Edition 2 standard compliance for the ION7550 / ION7650 and the ability to configure the event priority value for digital input state change events.
 
V350
Firmware version 350 (v350) for the ION7550 / ION7650 adds a number of new features as well as support for the new Communications Card.
New features
  • Disturbance Direction Detection capabilities are now available.
  • Localization options have been added to the meter, including:
    • the ability to set the language of the front panel display to English, Spanish, French or Russian.
    • the option to customized IEEE/IEC convention settings.
  • Setpoint learning functionality has been added. 
  • The meter can function as a Modbus gateway, forwarding Modbus packets from a master through the meter to downstream serial devices.
  • Trending and Forecasting functionality has been added.
  • The meter can now communicate selected values over the Ethernet via SNMP.
  • Support for a new communications card has been added.
  • A default IP Address has been added. For more information on these features, see the relevant sections in this document.
Other changes
  • Power Availability has been removed from the default template.
  • V4, I4, I5 waveform recorders have been removed from the default template.
  • Thermal Demand has been removed from the default template.
 
V331​
Firmware version 331 (v331) for the ION7550/ION7650 meter improves Class A compliance with the IEC 61000-4-30 (2003 - 1st Edition), or “4-30” power quality standard. Compliance improvements included are Class A Flicker with no exceptions
 
V330
Firmware version 330 (v330) for the ION7550 / ION7650 meter supports Class A compliance with the IEC 61000‐4‐30 (2003 ‐ 1st Edition), or “4‐30” power quality standard.
 
V321
Firmware version 321 features enhanced Modbus Mastering with four ION modules new to the ION 7550 /ION 7650 platform. The Modbus Master Device and Modbus Master Mapping modules work together to offer improved setup of Modbus read functionality. The Averaging module provides simple averaging and easily links with other Modbus modules. The Modbus Master Options module allows multiple serial connections to different loops of Modbus devices.
Advanced meter security provides an additional layer of security, allowing you to configure up to 16 users, each with unique access rights to the meter. Access rights consist of different security levels, permitting different users to read values, perform resets, time sync the meter clock, or configure meter settings.

Migrate PowerChute Network Shutdown configuration from PowerChute v4.1, v4.2 virtual appliance to v4.3 virtual appliance

Issue:
Migrate PowerChute Network Shutdown configuration from PowerChute v4.1, v4.2 virtual appliance to PowerChute v4.3 virtual appliance.
   
Product:
PowerChute Network Shutdown v4.3

Environment: 
PowerChute v4.1 and v4.2 CentOS 5 virtual appliance and PowerChute v4.3 CentOS 7 virtual appliance

Solution:

NOTE: Some v4.2 virtual appliances are CentOS 5 based. To verify your CentOS version, open a terminal and issue a
cat /etc/*-release command. The expected output is:
NAME=”CentOS Linux”
VERSION=”5”
 
If your v4.2 virtual appliance is CentOS 7 based, the steps below are not applicable.
 
 
Follow the steps below to migrate your PowerChute v4.1, v4.2 virtual appliance configuration to the v4.3 virtual appliance:
  1. Deploy a copy of the PowerChute v4.3 virtual appliance. Complete the initial configuration wizard to enable root access. For information, see the PowerChute Network Shutdown Installation Guide attached.
  2. Log in as root and stop the PowerChute service:
    • stop PowerChute.service
 

On the PowerChute v4.x virtual appliance:

  1. Log in and stop the PowerChute service:
/etc/init.d/PowerChute stop
  1. Save the below v4.x configuration files locally from the /opt/APC/PowerChute/group1 directory:
  • m11.cfg
  • m11.bak
  • pcnsconfig.ini
  • pcnsconfig_backup.ini
 

On the PowerChute v4.3 virtual appliance:

  1. Copy the files saved in step 4 to the PowerChute v4.3 virtual appliance in the /opt/APC/PowerChute/group1 directory, and overwrite the existing files.
  2. Run the INI upgrade tool to migrate the configuration between versions, from the group1 directory:
  3. ../jre-11.0.1/bin/java -Xms32m -Xmx64m \
    -Dfile.encoding=UTF-8 \
    -DapplicationDirectory=/opt/APC/PowerChute/ \
    -cp .:lib/*:comp/pcns.jar \
    --add-opens java.xml/com.sun.org.apache.xerces.internal.parsers=ALL-UNNAMED \
    com.apcc.pcns.configservice.UpgradeIniConverter
  4. Manually edit the pcnsconfig.ini file and set the value of Networking.localHostAddress to the local host address.
  5. Start the PowerChute service:
  6. start PowerChute.service
  7. Log into PowerChute using the user interface, and review the configuration settings.
 
 

M580 IO Health status words

System words %SW160 to %SW167 indicate M580 local  IO module health.
These words detect errors for racks 0 through 7.
System words %SW160 to %SW167 are associated, respectively, to racks 0 to 7.

Bits 0 to 15 of each of these words are associated with the modules located in positions 0 to 15 of these racks.

The bit is at 0 if the module has a detected error, and at 1 if the module is operating correctly.
Example: %SW163.5 = 0, the module located in position 5 on rack 3 has a detected error.

 
 %SW185 to %SW339  IOHEALTHij
I = 1..32,  j= 1..5
 
Health Bits of the  S908 drops
Initial State   0

Words %SW185 to %SW339 are associated with drops 2 to 32. Each drop has 5 words assigned to the main and up to four configured extension racks:
  • %SW185: module health bits of the S908 drop 2, rack 1 (main).
  • %SW186: module health bits of the S908 drop 2, rack 2 (extension).
  • %SW187 module health bits of the S908 drop 2, rack 3 (extension).
  • %SW188 module health bits of the S908 drop 2, rack 4 (extension).
  • %SW189 module health bits of the S908 drop 2, rack 5 (extension).
  • ...
  • %SW335: module health bits of the S908 drop 32, rack 1.
  • %SW336: module health bits of the S908 drop 32, rack 2.
  • %SW337 module health bits of the S908 drop 32, rack 3.
  • %SW338 module health bits of the S908 drop 32, rack 4.
  • %SW339 module health bits of the S908 drop 32, rack 5. 
NOTE: 
The Quantum drops support only two racks and system words for rack 3, 4, and 5 are not used. 
The 800 Series I/O drops support up to five racks. 
Bits 0 to 15 of each of these words are associated with the modules located in positions 16 to 1 of these racks. 
The bit equals 0 if the module is inoperative and equals 1 if the module is operating correctly.
 
Example: %SW185.5 = 0: the module located in S908 drop 2, main rack, slot 11 is inoperative.
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The words %SW548 to %SW640 are used to describe the communication status of the S908 drops. 3 status words are used for each drops:
  • %SW548: displays the global communication status for drop 2:
    • %SW548.15 = 1, communication operating correctly.
    • %SW548.14 = 1, communication on cable A operating correctly.
    • %SW548.13 = 1, communication on cable B operating correctly.
    • %SW548.11 to %SW548.8 = lost communications counter.
    • %SW548.7 to %SW548.0 = retry totalizer counter.
  • %SW549: is the global error totalizer counter for cable A drop 2:
    • most significant byte: frame detected error counter.
    • least significant byte: no response counter.
  • %SW550: is the global error totalizer counter for cable B drop 2:
    • most significant byte: frame detected error counter.
    • least significant byte: no response counter.
The words:
  • %SW551 to %SW553 are assigned to S908 drop 3.
  • %SW554 to %SW556 are assigned to S908 drop 4.
  • ...
%SW638 to %SW640 are assigned to S908 drop 32. 
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Ethernet RIO Drop Module Health bit status is part of the Drop Device DDT that Unity creates.
There is no system word.
 
The two Device DDT elements for the BMXCRA312x0 Drop are called IO_HEALTH_RACK0 and IO_HEALTH_RACK1
The two Device DDT elements for the Quantum 140CRA312 Drop are called IO_HEALTH_RACK1 and IO_HEALTH_RACK1
 
Bits 0 to 15 of each of these words are associated with the modules located in positions:
16 to 1 of the 140 CRA 312 00 drop module
15 to 0 of the BMX CRA 312x0 drop module
 
The bit is set to 0 if the module has detected an error.
It is set to 1 if the module is operating correctly.
 
 
 
 
 
 



 

Network AIR FM Water Detected Shutdown Installation

 

Issue:
Network AIR FM Water Detected Shutdown Installation 

Product line:
Network Air, FM, IR40, ACFM 

Environment:
All Product models, all serial numbers 

Cause:
Water detection alarm install

Resolution:

The Remote Power-Off [RPO] feature enables you to turn off functionality to the NetworkAir FM.  This is not an Emergency Power-Off feature or Kill Switch.  Power will not be stopped only the applicable modes will be stopped, causing the unit to become idle. Please use an Emergency Power-Off [EPO] system for complete protection in emergencies. 

The PCIOM can be found in the User Interface Box. 



Molex Plugs



NOTE: Don’t worry about the Output wires on the third Molex plug unless you are monitoring the common alarms with an external management system. This is only a dry contact, either NO or NC that will change state when it has satisfied the mapped event. This can be mapped in the Output Relay section. This will be discussed later.

NOTE: Figure 1 references the 24volt and ground from the air conditioner. If you are using a different 24volt source you will need to use a ground that references that source. For wiring you will eliminate the connections to the +24VDC and GRD (first two connections from the left) on the PCIOM and use the two Input connections provided

Setting up 2 Inputs on 1 FM


You will just need to configure both Inputs accordingly. 

User Interface Set-up

(This is done through the PowerView Display)

From the main screen use this path:

Setup >> System >> Input/Output >> Input Contacts
The above diagrams are wired to input #1 (If you use a different input then replace the input number with the input you use)

Input: 1 of 4 (use enter then the down/up arrow to change the input number)

Use the down/up arrow when it if to the far left to toggle through various changeable settings. Use Enter when the cursor is on the setting you would change, then the down/up arrow to make changes.

Fields

  1. Name: Use this section to name the Input. You can use Shutdown, PowerDown, EPO, or any other name you would like to use.
  2. Normal: Use this section to change the normal conditions of the circuit to either NO or NC
  3. Status: This section shows what the correct state of the circuit is at that instance
  4. Delay: Use this to adjust the time delay of the shutdown

NOTE: There is an initial none adjustable delay of 5 seconds for the contact. Example: if you have the delay set to 000 then after the contact changes state, it will take the initial 5 seconds to shutdown. If the delay is set to 10 seconds, it will actually be 15 seconds before the shutdown.

  1. Map: This is where you need to make changes for what you would like the unit to do when the contact changes state. For an immediate shutdown, you will need to set this field to Immediate Shutdown.

ALL SET

 

NOTE: With the above setup there will be no alarms or log of the event.  The only way to tell the unit is off is through the status light and the green LED on the PCIOM. If you would like to get an alarm on the unit, do the instructions below.

Setting Up Alarms

Wiring




 

User Interface Set-up (For Both NO or NC Circuits)

(This is done through the PowerView Display)

From the main screen use this path:

Setup >> System >> Input/Output >> Input Contacts
.The above diagrams are wired to input #4 (If you use a different input then replace the input number with the input you use)

Input: 4 of 4 (use enter then the down/up arrow to change the input number)

Use the down/up arrow when it if to the far left to toggle through various changeable settings. Use Enter when the cursor is on the setting you would change, then the down/up arrow to make changes.

Fields

  1. Name: Use this section to name the Input. You can use Shutdown Alarm, Contact Alarm, or any other name you would like to use.

Note: This is the name that will appear in the active alarms when the circuit is closed. Name it so you know exactly what it is referring to when it appears on the display.

  1. Normal: Set this field to Open
  2. Status: This section shows what the correct state of the circuit is at that instance
  3. Delay: Set this field to 000 s
  4. Map: Set this field to Major, Minor Alarm, or Status Only.

 

User Interface Set-up (For Both NO or NC Circuits)

(This is done through the PowerView Display)

From the main screen use this path: Setup >> System >> Input/Output >> Output Contacts

The above diagrams are wired to output #1 (If you use a different input then replace the input number with the input you use)

Output: 1 of 4 (use enter then the down/up arrow to change the input number)

Use the down/up arrow when it if to the far left to toggle through various changeable settings. Use Enter when the cursor is on the setting you would change, then the down/up arrow to make changes.

Fields

  1. Map: Change this field to System PCIOM INPUT1.
  2. State: Enable this field
  3. Normal: Change this field to Open
  4. Status: This section shows what the correct state of the circuit is at that instance

ALL SET