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Actassi Tool Punchdown 110

Actassi Tool Punchdown 110

Actassi Tool Punchdown 110

Item Number: 110PDT

Retail
$169.50
RRP (Inc. GST)

Datasheet

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Qty UoM EAN Colour
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Specifications

Design

Product brand

Clipsal

Physical

REACh Regulation

Free of Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold

REACh free of SVHC

Yes

EU RoHS Directive

Compliant

Toxic heavy metal free

Yes

Mercury free

Yes

RoHS exemption information

Yes

China RoHS Regulation

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

Others

Package 1 Height

30 mm

Package 1 Length

174 mm

Package 1 width

40 mm

Package 1 Weight

143 g
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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)


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