THI-5x30 hammer in Frame fixing

Thorsman THI Hammer Fixing With Screw, 5 x 30 mm

Catalogue Number: 1131110
THI-5x30 hammer in Frame fixing
Colour: Per UOM Std.
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  • pull-out load: 350 N for concrete B25
  • pull-out load: 250 N for brick
  • pull-out load: 200 N for sandstone
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    • pull-out load: 35 kg for concrete B25
    • pull-out load: 25 kg for brick
    • pull-out load: 20 kg for sandstone
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        Why a limit of 9672 Registers with CPU31110 since Unity V3.0?

        In the CPU overview there was already a limit of 9672 registers,but Unity didn't have any no limitation for this limit. Since Unity Pro V3.0 a control was added to check this limitation.
        That's why we could configure 9672 registers or more with CPU 31110 using Unity Pro v2.3,  but since Unity v3.0 we cannot exceed 9672.

        What is the code for an extended rotary handle for 31052 (INS400) ?

        Code = 31052 Suits INS320 to INS 630 - Black

        Is there a lid to suit the 4CC6?

        Is handle available as spare part for rotary cam switch?

        Yes, but the part number is available as a special.

        In some documentation, the picture shows the XALD211H29, but the listing doesn`t have the H29.

        In some documentation, the  picture shows the XALD211H29, but the listing doesn`t have the H29.

        Product Line:
        Harmony Control Stations

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        Product Features

        H29 is a country code for Great Britain. It would have a metric conduit entry. For a standard 1/2 inch conduit entry for US, order a XALD211.

        CTA-ID : 2001110

        What is the connection kit for INS400 (31110) to CNS630 chassis

        CNS63CK - This kit is only  required to maintain the same escutcheon level for the incoming and outgoing devices -  
        The 630A CNS-Powerpact chassis can be connected directly to an Interpact INS400 to INS630 switch disconnector

        Does Clipsal have a Link Bar with at 13 tunnels and 1 x 50mm and 3 x 16mm tunnels?

        Yes the L13/150 will suit those requirements.

        Is the Earth pin the large one on the 67P316/6?

        Yes, the Earth pin is larger than the other 2 pins.
        For further information, visit the link below:-


        Are there any GPOs in the Weathershield range that are IP65?

        No. Unfortunately, the Weathershield range is IP54 at best - WSC227F2-RG.

        Will a dimmer fit in the 223H weather proof enclosure?

        No. Unfortunately, it will not fit. The lid will sit about 10mm open which will then void its IP rating.

        What is the part number for knob only, 3 speed fan controller in 2000 series?

        The part number will be 2031VF3CB-KB.
        For more information, please refer to the link:​

        What is the VA rating of a 9001KM transformer light module?

        What is the VA rating of a 9001KM transformer light module?

        Product Line:
        Harmony Pushbuttons

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        9001 KM2 110-120 volt 25-30 hertz      2.2 VA
        9001 KM1 110-120 volt 50-60 hertz      2.4 VA
        9001 KM3 208-220 volt 50-60 hertz      2.5 VA
        9001 KM4 220-240 volt 25-30 hertz      2.2 VA
        9001 KM7 220-240 volt 50-60 hertz      2.0 VA
        9001 KM8 277 volt 50-60 hertz             2.4 VA
        9001 KM5 380-480 volt 50-60 hertz      2.8 VA
        9001 KM6 550-600 volt 50-60 hertz      2.5 VA

        What is the difference between the LA7D305 and LAD7305, remote control reset mechanism by flexible cable?

        Identifying differences between two similar part numbers.

        Product Line:
        IEC contactors and starters

        Products sold and used in the United States

        Choosing the correct part number

        LAD7305 is for use on LRD01 to LRD35 , LR3D01 to LR3D35, and LRD313 to LRD365.
        LA7D305 is for use on all other relays (except LRD01 to LRD35 and LR3D01 to LR3D35).


        PTZ or motion detection functions on an existing Pelco camera no longer work through NetBotz appliance after upgrade to 3.3


        PTZ or motion detection functions on an existing Pelco camera no longer work through NetBotz appliance after upgrade to 3.3

        Product Line:



        NetBotz 3.3. upgrade

        Cause / Resolution:

        If after upgrading from 3.2.x to 3.3.x, the PTZ or motion detection functions on an existing Pelco camera no longer work the camera has to be removed and re-added and shared. Possible cause is that the user upgraded to 3.3.x Advanced View but did not upgrade to 3.3.x on the appliance and then added the camera. The user should upgrade both Advanced View and the appliance before adding the Pelco camera. An existing camera added with matching software and firmware will not have this issue.

        What is the part number for a 110V socket outlet?

        The part number for a 110V socket outlet is a 412/110-WE.
        Some of the key features are:
        • Single outlet
        • Front connection type
        • 2 round Live Pin and flat Earth pins
        • Terminal bore to accommodate 3 x 2.5 sq mm cables & 4.8 mm earth contact terminal bore to accommodate 4 x 2.5 sq mm cables
        For further information please visit Clipsal - 412/110 - Single Socket Outlet, 110VAC, 10A, 3 Pin, Surface Mount, White Electric


        How to "Move" One Variable to Another in SCADAPack Workbench (ST, FBD and LD)

        Some PLC programming applications have a "move" block to perform the task of assigning one variable to another. In SCADApack Workbench (CAM3 & CAM5) there are multiple programming language options as it is an IEC 61131-1 environment. Each of these languages have their unique way of performing a "move" command

        In the following examples it is assumed you have declared local variables for each POU (Program Organization Unit)

        Function Block Diagram (FBD)

        Structured Text (ST)

        Ladder Diagram (LD)


        Where can I get support for APC and MGE Products?

        For support on APC and MGE products please visit:

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        SNMP OIDs Required for Rack PDU 2G Products (AP86XX, AP88XX, AP89XX)


        SNMP OIDs required for Rack PDU 2G products - which are correct?

        Product Line:
        • Rack Power Distribution 2G products
          • AP88XX Metered Rack PDU 2G
          • AP89XX Switched Rack PDU 2G
          • AP86XX Switched Rack PDU with Metering By Outlet
          • AP84XX Metered by Outlet Rack PDU

        • All serial numbers
        • All firmware versions
        • Users utilizing SNMP for polling


        APC's Next Generation Rack PDUs (AP84XX, AP86XX, AP88XX, AP89XX) utilize a separate MIB subtree for querying values via SNMP. These devices are able to report voltage, amps, volts, kW, and kWh, rather than just amps like their predecessors.


        In order to query any Rack PDU 2G units via SNMP, the subtree is located at that the following OID:
        The Rack PDU 2G may respond to certain Rack PDU 1G (AP78XX, AP79XX) OIDs, but that is not officially supported or recommended.

        In the Rack PDU subtree, you will find some helpful load reporting OIDs such as:
        • rPDU2BankStatusCurrent - Current draw, in tenths of Amps, of the load on the Rack PDU bank being queried
        • rPDU2BankStatusLoadState - lowLoad, normal, nearOverload, overload
        • rPDU2DeviceStatusLoadState - Indicates the present load status of the Rack PDU
        • rPDU2DeviceStatusPower - The power consumption of the Rack PDU load in hundredths of kilowatts
        • rPDU2DeviceStatusEnergy - A user resettable energy meter measuring Rack PDU load energy consumption in tenths of kilowatt-hours
        The APC Powernet SNMP MIB is can be downloaded from the Software & Firmware Download section of under Firmware Upgrades - MIB.

        How is Energy calculated in Enercept and Energy Meters using the Integer registers?

        Energy is stored over a 2 16 bit registers. Like all the Integer registers in the Enercept/Energy meters, a multiplier must be applied.
        The multiplier for the Least significant register(LSR) is used.
        Below are two examples with a 3020E012(100A model):
        Firstly, the multiplier for the 100A Enercept for the register 1 is 0.0078125

        Register: Decimal Value -> binary value
        1: 1769 -> 0000011011101001
        2: 204 -> 11001100

        32 bit 110011000000011011101001 as an integer yields 13371113
        Multiplied by the 100A multipler, 13371113 * 0.0078125 = 104461.820 kwh

        OR mathematically represented:

        Register: Decimal Value -> binary value
        1: 1769 -> 0000011011101001
        2: 204 -> 11001100

        (204*65536+1769)*0.0078125 = 104461.820 kwh

        Integer Register Multipliers can be found in RESL199452

        Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL205335 V1.0, Originally authored by MaTh on 05/17/2011, Last Edited by MaTh on 05/17/2011
        Related ranges: PowerLogic Energy Meter, Enercept

        How to change the node name of a M241 and M251 with an SD card?

        How to change the default node name of a SoMachine controller viaa SD card

        Product line:

        SoMachine 4.3
        EcoStruxture Machine Expert

        1. In SoMachine / Logic Builder go to Project / Mass Storage (USB or SDCard) in the main menu
        2. Click on Add new ( + yellow sign)
        3. Click on Choose a command and select SetNodeName
        4. Enter the desired node name in the Device name field
        5. Click on Generate and select your SD card or a place where to generate the files that will be later moved to the SD card

        Note: the software used for this FAQ was SoMachine 4.1 SP2, SoMachine 4.2 and SoMachine 4.3

        Does the SEPAM MES 114/120 I/O module have analog input availability?

        The Sepam MES114/120 I/O module does not have an input that can monitor the value of an analog signal generated from an external power source. The Sepam I/O modules are designed to detect status changes of a circuit breaker, contactor, plc, etc....., and will output a "0" or "1", depending on the condition of the input signal. The MES114 I/O module (compatible w/ Series 20/40) has up to 10 input connections and the MES120 (compatible w/ Series 80) has up to 14 input connections.
        The Accessory MES114 and MES 120 can be used only in Logical Status

        The MES114 module, on the other hand, will accept analog input signals, but the input APS_SENSORS will only detect whether the status of the analog signal is high "1" or low "0" depending on a certain threshold. These thresholds can be located in the characteristics section of the MES114 install sheet:

        For a 110 V AC analog signal, a signal greater than 88V will force a "1" state and a signal less than 22V will force a "0" state.
        For a 220 V AC analog signal, a signal greater than 176V will force a "1" state and a signal less than 48V will force a "0" state.

        These input status changes can then be used by the Sepam relay to influence control logic, display alarm messages & LEDs, trigger waveforms or open & close relay outputs.

        Nevertheless sepam can use the Accessory MSA 141 to manage an Analogic Output


        Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL203471 V1.0, Originally authored by MiZe on 09/21/2010, Last Edited by MiZe on 09/21/2010
        Related ranges: Sepam accessories

        How to enable .NET 2.0 on Windows 8.x and 10

        PowerChute Personal Edition will not install because the system in missing .Net 2.0

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        Windows 8.x and 10

        .Net 2.0 is not pre-installed as part of the OS


        You will need to install the .Net 3.5 

        1. Open up the control panel.  (Right click start - then click control panel)

        2. Verify the control panel is in Icon view

        3. Go to Programs and features

        4. In the left side of the window there is an option for "Turn Windows features on or off" select that.

        5. You should see .NET Framework 3.5 (includes .NET 2.0 and 3.0). Check the box to the left of the .NET Framework 3.5 and click ok.  Windows will proceed to install the service (downloading it from windows update if necessary).

        6. After add .Net 3.5 that includes .Net 2.0 you can now install PowerChute Personal Edition 3.0.2


        What are the Supported Programming Languages in SCADAPack Workbench (IEC 61131-1 for SCADAPack Standard & SCADAPack E)

        SCADAPack Workbench supports four standard IEC 61131-3 programming languages. These languages can be mixed within an application to provide an optimum control strategy. The supported programming languages are described below.

        Functional Block Diagram (FBD)

        The Function Block Diagram is a graphic language used to build complex procedures from a library of functions. Standard library functions such as math and logic may be combined with custom library functions such as serial port control, PID controls and Modbus master and slave protocols to create Function Block Diagram application programs. A class of programs called functions allows the creation of user functions that are not included in the library.

        Structured Text (ST)

        Structured Text is a high-level structured language, similar to Pascal and C, that is used for complex procedures or calculation that cannot be easily implemented using graphic languages. Structured Text is the default language used to describe actions within the steps of the Sequential Function Chart language.

        Ladder Diagram (LD)

        Ladder Diagram is a graphic language combining contacts and coils to build logical discrete control procedures. This language is identical to the relay ladder logic used by many programmable Logic RTUs. Ladder Diagram contacts and coils may be used in the Function Block Diagram language for discrete control of functions.

        Sequential Function Chart (SFC): (SCADAPack E RTUs CAM5 Only)

        The Sequential Function Chart is available for SCADAPack E Target 5 applications. It is a graphic language used to describe sequential operations in a process. The process is graphically partitioned into a set of well-defined steps containing actions performed using other languages. Steps are linked together with conditional transitions. This language is useful for batch processes and process procedures such as automatic startup and shut down.

        Video: What auxiliary contact modules are available for the LC1D and LC2D contactors?

        Auxiliary contact modules for the LC1D and LC2D contactors

        Product Line: 
        Contactor and Starters - IEC

        North American Products

        Select based on application requirements. Please note that the TeSys and Pre-TeSys auxiliary blocks are backward/forward compatible.
        Front Mounting; maximum of 1 block per contactor:

        N.O.-------N.C.-----TeSys P/N--------Pre-TeSys P/N
        --1-----------1---------LADN11G---------LA1DN11G (See Footnote 1)
        --1-----------1---------LADN11P---------LA1DN11P (See Footnote 1)
        --2-----------0---------LA1DX20---------LA1DX20 (See Footnote 2)
        --2-----------0---------LA1DY20---------LA1DY20 (See Footnote 3)
        --2-----------2---------LADN22G---------LA1DN22G (See Footnote 1)
        --2-----------2---------LADN22P---------LA1DN22P (See Footnote 1)
        --2-----------2---------LADC22------------LA1DC22 (See Footnote 4)
        --3-----------1---------LA1DZ31----------LA1DZ31 (See Footnote 5)
        --4-----------0---------LA1DZ40-----------LA1DZ40 (See Footnote 6)

        Front Mounting; maximum of 1 block per contactor: For use with D2 Series 25 amp through 80 amp contactors and TeSys Series 40 amp through 80 amp only.

        N.O.-------N.C.-----TeSys P/N--------Pre-TeSys P/N

        Side Mounting; maximum of 1 block on each side for D2 Series and Tesys Series 40 through 80 amp contactors. Tesys 9 through 32, 115, and 150 amps contactors will accept 1 block and is limited to left side only. (*) DC control devices will not accept side mount auxiliaries.
        (*) DC control exceptions that will accept one left side mounted auxiliary: LC1D115 & LC1D150.

        N.O.-------N.C.-----TeSys P/N--------Pre-TeSys P/N

        {1} EN50 012 Machine Tool Terminal Markings
        {2} (2) NO Sealed Dust Tight Contacts
        {3} Gold Flash Contacts
        {4} (1) NO & (1) NC Standard and (1) NO & (1) NC Make Before Break
        {5} (2) NO Dust Tight Contacts & (1) NO & (1) NC Standard Contacts
        {6} (2) NO Dust Tight Contacts & (2) NO Standard Contacts

        How can I configure a Concept Xxmit function block to write from a Quantum to a M238?

        Goals and Symptoms

        The goal of this resolution is to provide a solution for reading data from a M238 to a Quantum via the serial comm port.

        Causes and Fixes

        This resolution will use Modbus RS232 Comm port # 1 on the Quantum (DB9) and the SL1 on the M238 (RJ45)
        Cable Pinout Requirement:

        Quantum Comm Port 1 (DB9)...........................M238 SL1 (RJ45)
        2) RX.......................................................................2) TX
        3) TX.......................................................................1) RX
        5) GND....................................................................8) GND

        4 and 6 jumped) DTR, DSR -(Quantum side)
        7 and 8 jumped) RTS, CTS - (Quantum side)
        3 and 6 jumped) RTS, CTS - (M238 side)

        Hardware requirement:

        Software requirement:
        SoMachine v1.1.10
        Concept v2.6 SR6


        1) Configure a Xxmit function block in Concept IEC to write from a Quantum comm port 1 to a M238 SL1.

        **Command = 256 Decimal = Bit 8 = Enable Modbus messaging
        Set to 1 when you want to send Modbus messages out of the PLC. Modbus messages may be in either RTU or ASCII formats. When data bits=8, XXMIT uses Modbus RTU format. When data bits=7, XXMIT uses Modbus ASCII format. Only use Bit 7 OR Bit 8, do not try to use both.

        **MsgOut = WordArr9
        MsgOut[1] = Modbus Function Code
        16 = Write multiple holding registers (4x or %mw)

        MsgOut[2] = Amount of memory word you want to read from the M238

        MsgOut[3] = Slave Modbus PLC address

        MsgOut[4] = Slave (m238) PLC data area. For example, enter 10 if you want to start reading at %mw9 from the m238. The address is offset by one since in a M238 it starts at %mw0.

        MsgOut[5] = Master (Quantum) PLC data area the data will be copied to. For example, enter 10 if you want to copy the data to 40010 in the Quantum.



        2) Configure the M238 using SoMachine to be a slave device.

        2.1) Add a Modbus-manager object

        2.2) Modbus-Manager Configuration



        3) Download both Concept and SoMachine applications and run the Quantum and M238


        4) Concept


        5) SoMachine v1.1.10 watch window.

        How to Use Local Time in SCADAPack E RTU Logic Applications


        The SCADAPack E RTU can operate using UTC or Standard Time in the RTU Real Time Clock. When using the DNP3 protocol, UTC time is the recommended industry practice. When using UTC time, some logic applications may require local time and/or daylight savings time. The SCADAPack E RTU has the ability to display local time and control if daylight savings time needs to be applied

        SCADAPack E Configuration

        UTC & Standard Time

        When UTC Time is set in the SCADAPack E RTU real time clock, the Time Offset from UTC system point (float system point 63201) should be set appropriately (as per the installation of the RTU). Where Standard Time is set in the RTU real time clock, the Time Offset from UTC should be set to zero.

        The Time Offsett from UTC system point 63201 can be found on the General -> Controller Settings property page of SCADAPack E Configurator.

        Summer Time

        If summer time activities are required, it is not necessary to adjust the RTU Real Time Clock. Rather, the Time Zone Modifier system point (binary system point 50302) can be activated. This system point is also known as Apply Daylight Savings point. Setting this point is the responsibility of the SCADA Master or a combination of information from the SCADA Master and a user-created logic program.

        The Time Zone Modifier selects summer time on the RTU when the binary system point is active. The RTU immediately adjusts for summer time upon receiving a control message from the SCADA Master to set the point.

        When Summer Time is selected, certain RTU facilities receive local information from the RTU based on Standard Time + 1.0 Hours. When summer time is not selected, these facilities receive standard time.


        In the example below the RTU is located in Ottawa, Canada. The date is September 30th, 2015 UTC time is 8:14pm. Daylight Savings time is enforced, thus binary point 50302 is enabled from the SCADA Host. The Configuration is set to have a UTC time offset of -5. The TIMEDATE block in SCADAPack Workbench CAM5 will return the local time values. DNP3 events are still generated using UTC time, the SCADA host is configured for UTC time, yet logic can execute using local time. The adjustment of daylight savings time is facilitated using binary output point 50302 twice a year.

        Time Presentation

        Except where noted below, RTU facilities use UTC or Standard time (e.g. RTU Real Time Clock, Trends, and DNP3 Time-stamps).

        Summer Time (Daylight Savings) corrected time only affects RTU sub-systems that use Local Time. The following table indicates which SCADAPack E RTU facilities use Local times (UTC offset and Daylight Savings / Summer time adjusted) or UTC / Standard (Summer time independent) times.

        RTU Facilities Using UTC or STANDARD Time
        (Independent of Summer Time
        RTU Facilities Using LOCAL Time
        (Adjusted for UTC offset and Daylight Savings Time)
        RTU Real Time Clock Profiler Task
        Trend sample time-stamps ISaGRAF TIMEDATE Function Block
        DNP3, IEC60870-5 protocol event time-stamps ISaGRAF LOC_TIME Function Block
        ISaGRAF OS_TIME Function ISaGRAF DAY_TIME Function
        Times shown in RTU diagnostics  

        More Examples

        Example 1 – SCADAPack E RTU clock set to UTC time, Daylight Savings not applied
        UTC Time = 11:15:10.5
        Time Offset to UTC = 10.0 hours
        Apply Daylight Savings = NO
        · Trend samples, DNP3 events, RTU diagnostics indicate 11:15:10.5
        · ISaGRAF OS_TIME returns seconds since Jan 1, 1970 UTC
        · Profiler control time = 21:15:10.5
        · ISaGRAF LOC_TIME & TIMEDATE function block indicates 21:15:10
        · ISaGRAF DAY_TIME function indicates 21:15:10
        Example 2 – SCADAPack E RTU clock set to UTC time, Daylight Savings applied
        UTC Time = 11:15:10.5
        Time Offset to UTC = 10.0 hours
        Apply Daylight Savings = YES
        · Trend samples, DNP3 events, RTU diagnostics indicate 11:15:10.5
        · ISaGRAF OS_TIME function returns seconds since Jan 1, 1970 UTC
        · Profiler control time = 22:15:10.5
        · ISaGRAF LOC_TIME & TIMEDATE function block indicates 22:15:10
        · ISaGRAF DAY_TIME function indicates 22:15:10
        Example 3 – SCADAPack E RTU clock set to Standard time, Daylight Savings not applied
        RTU Time = 11:15:10.5
        Time Offset to UTC = 0.0 hours
        Apply Daylight Savings = NO
        · Trend samples, DNP3 events, RTU diagnostics indicate 11:15:10.5
        · ISaGRAF OS_TIME returns seconds to 11:15:10 since Jan 1, 1970 standard time
        · Profiler control time = 11:15:10.5
        · ISaGRAF LOC_TIME & TIMEDATE function block indicates 11:15:10
        · ISaGRAF DAY_TIME function indicates 11:15:10
        Example 4 – SCADAPack E RTU clock set to Standard time, Daylight Savings applied
        RTU Time = 11:15:10.5
        Time Offset to UTC = 0.0 hours
        Apply Daylight Savings = YES
        · Trend samples, DNP3 events, RTU diagnostics indicate 11:15:10.5
        · ISaGRAF OS_TIME returns seconds to 11:15:10 since Jan 1, 1970 standard time
        · Profiler control time = 12:15:10.5
        · ISaGRAF LOC_TIME & TIMEDATE function block indicates 12:15:10
        · ISaGRAF DAY_TIME function indicates 12:15:10

        More Details

        To read more about UTC Time vs. Standard time in SCADAPack E, please consult the Reference Manual which may be selected from the Help menu of the E Configurator.


        Will the Compact NSX breaker be for sale in the USA or Canada?

        Where can I buy a Compact NSX breaker?

        Product Line:
        Circuit Breakers

        This breaker is popular overseas and there is interest in the US

        There are no plans for a general release of the Compact NSX breaker line in North America, since the NSX is not UL Listed to UL489. (UL 489 is the standard commonly required in the US.) In the US, the Powerpact Circuit Breakers should be used (Powerpact breakers are UL, CSA and IEC-rated).

        If an existing piece of equipment has an NSX breaker which needs replacing, we have made a few catalog numbers available for sale in the US. The list of numbers will vary based upon need. Contact your local authorized Schneider Electric distributor for assistance on your specific NSX catalog number.

        For support on these breakers, Please see the following link to Global Operations where you can select other Countries: