THI-5x30 hammer in Frame fixing

Thorsman Thi Hammer Fixing 6X50 Box 100 Pcs

Catalogue Number: 1131135
THI-5x30 hammer in Frame fixing
Colour:
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • 1 PCE

Specifications

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Range of product
Thorsman
Product or component type
hammer fixing
Product name
Thorsman THI
Device short name
THI
Provided equipment
screw
Device application
high load installation in board material
Colour tint
transparent
Practical load capacity
  • pull-out load: 500 N for concrete B25
  • pull-out load: 400 N for brick
  • pull-out load: 300 N for sandstone
    • Practical load capacity
    • pull-out load: 50 kg for concrete B25
    • pull-out load: 40 kg for brick
    • pull-out load: 30 kg for sandstone
      • Ambient air temperature for operation
        -40-70 °C
        Diameter
        6 mm
        Length
        50 mm
        Quantity per set
        set of 100
        Sale per indivisible quantity
        100
        Sustainable offer status
        Green Premium product
        REACh Regulation
        Free of Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold
        REACh free of SVHC
        Yes
        EU RoHS Directive
        Pro-active compliance (Product out of EU RoHS legal scope)
        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)
        Environmental Disclosure
        ENVPEP101028EN
        Circularity Profile
        N/A
        Warranty
        18 months

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        Frequently Asked Questions

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        What is part number for PDL push button momentary mech?

        The part number for PDL push button momentary mech is a PDL680TMPBWH.

        What is the mounting height of a PowerPact H Frame 3-pole breaker

        Product Line:
        Circuit Breakers
        PowerPact H
        I Line

        Environment:
        Electrical Distribution Equipment

        Resolution:
        It takes 4.5`` of mounting height.
         

        Does Clipsal still make Wilco, 44 pin plugs and sockets?

        Yes, they can still be produced as part of our quotes/specials team ordering process.
         

        What is the part number for 1 gang switch weatherproof in PDL?

        The part number for 1 gang switch weatherproof in PDL will be 681HWP-WH.

         

        Does Clipsal have a metal board, at least 36 pole and less than 150mm deep?

        Yes, we have the 4C48FD which is only 105 mm deep.
        For more information, please refer to the link:​https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=4C48FD

        What is the AR8395 Busbar Amp rating?

        Issue:
        What is the Amp rating for the AR8395 busbar?

        Product Line:
        NetShelter Accessories
         
        Environment: 
        AR8395
         
        Cause:
        Equipment in the NetShelter must be grounded.
         
        Resolution:
        See attached document, or explanation below.
         
        AR8395 Busbar Amp Rating

        As of this writing (April 2012)  the AR8395 busbar has not been rated for power grounding. It is designed for low voltage applications. Its intended use is to ground equipment chassis of switches, routers, AV and other low voltage IT equipment to reduce noise from the system. Because of this intended use the AR8395 Busbar has not been rated for amperage. Should this product be rated in the future this document will be updated.

        Do you have a 3 position rotary cam switch with spring return?

        No, unfortunately we don't have a 3 position cam switch with spring return .

        For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=rotary%20cam%20switch


        What is the part number for 300mA sensitivity RCCB, in 63amp?

        The part number will be A9R25263.
        For more specifications please follow the below link,
        https://www.schneider-electric.co.uk/en/product/A9R25263/iid---rccb---2p---63a----300ma----a-type/
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        Do not add Sensor Pods to a Netbotz Version 3 appliance while a firmware upgrade is in process.

        Issue:

        Do not add Sensor Pods to a Netbotz Version 3 appliance while a firmware upgrade is in process.

        Product Line:

        NetBotz

        Environment:

        NetBotz version 3 firmware upgrades.

        Cause:

        During the upgrade of a version 3 NetBotz appliance, the appliance will also attempt to update the firmware on any connected NBPD0155 or NBPD0155 sensor pod. If another pod is added while the firmware upgrade is in progress, the process of upgrading the sensor pods could stall resulting in the pods not receiving the appropriate upgrade..

        Resolution:

        APC suggests not adding any pods during an upgrade of the device. If this has been done and a sensor pod does not get upgraded, a reboot of the appliance will allow the appliance to restart the procedure of upgrading the sensor pods.

        Note that a similar issue could happen if an extra power supply is being used to power the sensor pods and it is removed during upgrade. Pods removed during upgrade will also not be updated.

        How to Program If-Then-Else Statements in SCADAPack Workbench FBD Language

        SCADAPack Workbench supports four standard IEC 61131-3 programming languages for CAM5 and three standard IEC 61131-3 programming languages for CAM3. These languages can be mixed within an application to provide an optimum control strategy.

        Typically If-Then-Else Statements are best used with Structured Text Language (ST). In some instances, it may be desired to use these types of statements in a Function Block Diagram (FBD). Although not as elegant as ST, this can be achieved with JUMP's and LABELS in a FBD program.

        The below example shows how to create an If-Then_Else statement in both FBD and ST.



























        What SCADAPack E Modbus Master Method Should I use (Modbus Scanner or IEC Programming)?

        SCADAPack E Modbus Master Operation

        There are 2 methods to configure the SCADAPack E rPAC/RTU to be used as a Modbus master. It can be done via IEC-61131-3 programs running on the controller, or it can be accomplished using the Modbus Scanner configuration in SCADAPack E Configurator. The method that you choose to implement depends on where the data you collect from the Modbus slave is required

        IEC 61131-3 Programs

        Within IEC programs, there are an additional 2 methods. The legacy version uses the I/O devices to poll Modbus slave registers. A second method using Modbus set-up blocks was introduced in firmware 8.12.1. Both of these methods will return Modbus slave data into the IEC 61131-3 program variables. The data can be used in the programs for calculations and then applied to database points (using output I/O devices) if needed.

        This method is useful if the Modbus slave data will be manipulated by an IEC 61131-3 program.

        Modbus Scanner

        A Modbus Scanner feature was also introduced in firmware 8.12.1. This lets a user configure Modbus polling within the SCADAPack E Configurator. Modbus slave data is returned directly into the SCADAPack E point database. If some of the data is needed in a IEC-61131-2 program data can be mapped to program variables using input I/O devices.

        This method is useful if the SCADAPack needs to act as a protocol converter between Modbus and DNP3 and/or the majority of the data will be sent to an upstream device as Modbus or DNP3.

        Conclusion

        Both methods can allow Modbus data to be used in IEC-61131-3 or converted to DNP3 points, the primary function of where the data will be used should be considered when choosing one of the 2 options.

        Detailed operation of both methods is described in the SCADAPack E Documentation set (Included with the installation of SCADAPack E Utilities)


         

        ION8650 sliding Window Demand module lower than expected after a time sync

        Issue
        Sliding window Demand module (SWD) is lower than expected after a meter is time synched

        Product
        ION8650 firmware V407 and below

        Environment
        Meter is time sync'd where the clock is adjusted forward and the SWD module is set to an integer value (900, 300 etc). For example the time is changed from 11:11:51 AM to 11:12:40 AM. This does not include when clock is adjusted backwards.

        Cause
        A change to the SWD module created a connection between the module and a time sync on the meter.

        Resolution
        This has been fixed in V420 firmware. To reduce the impact of this issue, the smaller the change in time for each time sync the smaller the impact on the SWD module. Consider time syncing the meters as often as possible.
         

        My external device is making noise when installed next to an Altivar Process Drive. What could be the cause?

        Issue:
        My external device is making noise when installed next to an Altivar Process Drive. What could be the cause?

        Product Line:
        Altivar Process Drive

        Environment:
        All serial numbers for Altivar Process Drive (ATV630, ATV930, ATV650, ATV950, ATV660, ATV960, ATV680, ATV980)

        Cause:
        Related to noise issues

        Resolution:
        Noise is typically not generated by the drive but in some cases here are a few things check:
        [Complete settings] [Motor parameters] [Switching frequency]
        - Switching Frequency [SFr] (Increasing may reduce noise but increase heat generated by the drive)
        - Noise Reduction [nrd] 

        NOTE: In the event of excessive temperature rise, the drive automatically reduces the switching frequency
        and reset it once the temperature returns to normal.
        In case of high-speed motor, it is advised to increase the PWM frequency [Switching frequency] SFr at
        8, 12 kHz or 16 kHz


        - Check for possible electrical interference from nearby devices
        - Check installation cables
          Recommend the use of proper VFD or shielded cables in separate conduits. Refer to Installation Manual for Guide Lines.
         

        Three types of Alerts in FL10 unit


        There are three types of Alerts available in our float level system that uses an Accutech FL10 transmitter and Electrolab’s DLS probe. In all three Alert cases the only way to know which alert is indicated is to either see it on the face of the transmitter or retrieve it from the Status Register by parsing it in the RTU.


        1. Sensor Alert (SENALRT) indicates the sensor could not be measured and is not valid. The FL10 is communicating with the DLS.


        1. System Alert (SYSALRT) indicates the field unit cannot measure the sensor value. The FL10 is not communicating with the DLS .


        1. Level Alert (LVLALRT) indicates possible degradation of the field unit level measurement. It is either a negative number or the two floats appear to be at the same level (touching?).

        In the cases of 1 & 2 above, the primary variable and temperature registers will display a value chosen by the user through the initial configuration as per this table:


        Fallback Setting

        Top and Bottom Level

        Temperature

        Full Scale

        1638.35 inches

        1338.5 °F (999 °K)

        Zero Scale

        0 inches

        -459.67 °F (0 °K).

        Last Valid Value

        Last value received from the sensor

        Last value received from the sensor

        What are the Key Differences Between ISaGRAF 3.55 and SCADAPack Workbench for SCADAPack Standard CAM3

        SCADAPack Workbench is the update to ISaGRAF 3.55 for SCADAPack Standard. Consideration should be taken for programming language changes along with importing ISaGRAF 3.55 projects. Below is a list of key differences for SCADAPack Standard (CAM3) only.

        Functional Limitations Associated with this Workbench (6.3) Release

        The following items outline limitations and restrictions associated with this release that should be understood by existing users already using the existing Workbench 3.x with target 3.x programs.

        IEC 61131-3 Programming Language Support

        The new SCADAPack Workbench (WB6) supports the most commonly used programming languages in the 61131-3 suite of languages. The fully supported languages below that may be imported and edited within the new Workbench include:

        • Ladder Diagrams (LD)
        • Function Block Diagrams (FBD)
        • Structured Text (ST)

        The following languages are not supported for editing or modification within the new Workbench, however they may be imported from an existing target 3 *.hie project file and then compiled, downloaded, and monitored for debug purposes.

        • Instruction List (IL)
        • Sequential Function Chart (SFC)
        • Flow Chart (FC) - (this is an ISaGRAF specific language that is not part of the IEC 61131-3 standard)

        Project Passwords

        This feature previously available in Workbench 3.x is not supported in the initial release of the new workbench. If the Workbench 3.x project has been encrypted, each password must be removed from existing target 3.x project file prior to import into the new Workbench. If the project has not been encrypted, any passwords will simply be ignored on import, therefore the resulting project in the new Workbench will not include the passwords.

        Upload (reading) of Existing Projects from SCADAPack Controllers

        Projects cannot be read from controllers using the SCADAPack Workbench CAM3. Any existing projects must be imported into the new workbench from raw project files (*.hie files) created with Workbench 3.x. If connecting to a SCADApack in the field, the user MUST have a local copy of the solution.

        Archived Files (.pia files) are not supported

        Archived files are not supported, therefore any existing *.pia files must be restored so that the complete raw project file from Workbench 3.x is available to facilitate import into the new Workbench 6.3.

        Import/Export of Function Blocks

        The new SCADAPack Workbench does not support import/export of function blocks in the same manner as the legacy Workbench 3.x. In place of the import/export, the functions blocks may be copied from one project to another and you can use dependencies. See "Managing SCADApack Target 3 Libraries" in the SCADAPack technical help documentation for more information.

        Printing

        Support for printing has been updated in the SCADApack Workbench 6.4 release. See "Generate Documentation" in the ACP technical help documentaiton.

        Online Programming

        Although target 5 programs are supported with the new Workbench for SCADAPack E, the additional functionality associated with Target 5, such as online programming improvements and
        nested function blocks, are not available on the SCADAPacks running target 3 programs. Workbench 6.3 supports only CAM3/Target 3 in the standard SCADAPack, and CAM5/Target 5 in the SCADAPack E. For clarification, a table is included below showing the CAM versions and runtime target support associated with each workbench.

        Workbench Type/Version CAM3 Target 3
        (Runtime)
        CAM 5 Target 5
        (Runtime)
        SCADAPack IEC 61131-3 WB 6.3 Yes Yes No No
        SCADAPack E IEC 61131-3 WB 6.3 No No Yes Yes
        ISaGRAF WB 3.55 (Legacy) N/A Yes N/A N/A

        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.

        How to License SCADAPack Workbench (CAM3 & CAM5)

        A license is required to build open, build and create all SCADAPack applications (solutions) in SCADApack Workbench. There are four license types of varying duration available for SCADAPack Workbench applications:

        • 1 month
        • 6 months
        • 12 months
        • Unlimited

        Once you have installed SCADAPack Workbench you will need to license either CAM3 or CAM5 (or both)

        1. Choose one of:

        a. Help > Licensing CAM 3.





























        b. Help > Licensing Target 5 CAM.































        Review the license description and expiration date.

        3. Record the numbers in the User Code 1, User Code 2 and User Code 3 fields.

        4. Submit the three user codes to Schneider Electric Customer Support at OrdersTRSS@Schneider-Electric.com.

        You will receive Registration Key 1 and Registration Key 2.

        5. Enter the Registration Keys in their respective fields on the licensing page.

        6. Click Validate to validate your license.

        You cannot open a template or a file that was created using a template until the license is activated. If you have difficulty with these tasks, contact Schneider Electric Technical Support at SupportTRSS@Schneider-Electric.com.

        How To: Device Control Policy Configuration with AP9631 and AP9810


        Issue

        Assistance is needed in configuring Network Management Card 2 control policy (dry contact & relay I/O) configuration or verifying steps were followed properly.


        Product Line
         
        • UPS Network Management Card 2
          • AP9631/AP9631CH
             
         
        Environment
         
        • All serial numbers
        • Firmware versions v5.X.X, v6.X.X 


        Cause

        For an AP9631 Network Management Card with up to two connected APC Dry Contact I/O Accessories (AP9810), you can configure its outputs to respond to events, and you can configure the UPS and outputs to respond to input alarms. Instructions are provided to assist in configuration.


        Resolution

        Follow the steps below in order to configure or verify an existing configuration.

        Please note: The AP9810 is only supported on APP firmware 5.0.3 or higher. Even so, please make sure your APP version is 5.1.5 or higher before continuing to ensure proper on all current UPS/device models operation.


        --> To begin with v5.1.X, you will want to check under the Environment Tab and set the Input Contacts and Output Relays to the desired normal state and set their severity, if applicable. Make sure you enable the input contact you wish to use or else the configuration will not be active.

        --> To begin with v6.X.X, you will want to check under Configuration->Universal I/O->Input Contacts and Output Relays to the desired normal state and set their severity, if applicable. Make sure you enable the input contact you wish to use or else the configuration will not be active.
         

        Configuring an output to respond to an event (v5.1.X)

        1.) Select the UPS tab, Control Policy in the top menu bar, and by event under Event Actions on the left navigation menu.
         

        2.) Click a category name to view all of the events in the category, or click a sub-category name to view the events in that sub-category.
         
         


        3.) In the list of events, review the marked columns to see whether the required event is already configured to change the state of the output relay.
         

        4.) To change the current configuration, click the event name, select the output relay that will change state when this event is detected, and click Apply.
        Note: Control Policy configuration for output relay actions are currently unsupported for events that do not have a clearing event. For additional details, please review knowledge base article ID FA235716.
         



        Configuring an output to respond to an event (v6.X.X)

        1.) Select the Configuration menu->Universal I/O->Control Policy.

        2.) Select Add Policy.
         

        3.) Click a category name to view all of the events in the category, or click a sub-category name to view the events in that sub-category.
         

        4.) In the list of events, review the marked columns to see whether the required event is already configured to change the state of the output relay.
         

        5.) To change the current configuration, click the event name, select the output relay that will change state when this event is detected, and click Save Policy.
        Note: Control Policy configuration for output relay actions are currently unsupported for events that do not have a clearing event. For additional details, please review knowledge base article ID FA235716.
         
         

        Configuring the UPS or output to respond to an input alarm (v5.1.X)

        1.) Select the UPS tab, Control Policy in the top menu bar, and by event under Event Actions on the left navigation menu.
         

        2.) Click I/O Contact, then click the name of the event to configure.

        Note: Select "Environment: A [critical|warning] fault exists for integrated Environmental Monitor input contact ({NAME} at {LOCATION})" for use with the AP9810 dongle. Select Environment: A [critical|warning] fault exists for external Environmental Monitor input contact ({NAME} at {LOCATION}) only if you are integrating with an external AP9612TH smart slot card. In APP firmware 5.1.7 and higher, the external contact options will only appear if the AP9612TH is detected.
         

        3.) The Management Card supports up to four inputs. You must specify the input that will be associated with this event.
        a.) In the Port drop-down list, select the Universal Sensor Port number (1 or 2) to which the Dry Contact I/O Accessory is installed.
        b.) In the Zone drop-down list, select the zone letter (A or B) of the contact to which the input is installed.
         

        4.) Define the action the UPS will perform when the input changes state, and select the output that will change state when this event is detected.

        5.) Review your changes then click Apply.



        Configuring the UPS or output to respond to an input alarm (v6.X.X)

        1.) Select the Configuration menu->Universal I/O->Control Policy.

        2.) Select Add Policy.
         

        3.) Click I/O Contact, then click the name of the event to configure.

        Note: Select "Environment: A [critical|warning] fault exists for integrated Environmental Monitor input contact ({NAME} at {LOCATION})" for use with the AP9810 dongle. Select Environment: A [critical|warning] fault exists for external Environmental Monitor input contact ({NAME} at {LOCATION}) only if you are integrating with an external AP9612TH smart slot card. In APP firmware 5.1.7 and higher, the external contact options will only appear if the AP9612TH is detected.
         

        4.) Define the action the UPS will perform when the input changes state, and select the output that will change state when this event is detected.
         

        5.) Review your changes and then click Save Policy.

         

        Note 1: The action you configure occurs once. If you restore the input to its normal state before the alarm condition clears, the output will not change state unless the alarm condition clears and then reoccurs.

        Note 2: Refer to knowledge base FA156175 for information relating to the output relay not functioning on AOS 5.1.3 and APP 5.1.3.

        Note 3: Any Device Control Policy can also be reviewed via the web user interface on specified menus as well as in the config.ini file under the [DeviceControlPolicy] section.
         

        M340 Troubleshooting Guide

        Goals and Symptoms

        How to interpret the front panel lights when diagnosing problems with the M340.

        Causes and Fixes

        Modicon M340 Processor Troubleshooting


        • The Modicon M340 Programmable Automation Controller is a Mid-range automation system providing small size, yet powerful 32-bit processor for demanding OEM machine and industrial process applications. It is programmed using our cross-platform IEC 61131-3 application development software, Unity Pro (v3.0 or higher). The front panel has a series of LEDs that indicate the status of the M340 processor, SD Memory Card, and system communications.

          The Modicon M340 is available in the following models.

           

          M340 Processors


          BMXP341000 Standard Level 1, 2MB RAM, USB port,

                    • 1-communication port: ModBus/Serial, includes 8MB memory card
          BMXP342000 Advanced Level 2 (Performance) for Modicon M340 PLC
                • 1 USB Port for programming
                  1 slot for a memory SD-card
                  1 communication port: serial link
                  Shipped with 1 standard memory SD-card

          BMXP342010 Advanced Level 2, 4MB RAM, USB port,
                    • 2-communication ports: ModBus/Serial and CANopen master includes 8MB memory card.

          BMXP342020 Advanced Level 2, 4MB RAM, USB port,
                    • 2-communication ports: ModBus/Serial and Ethernet-ModBus/TCP, includes 8MB memory card

          BMXP342030 Advanced Level 2, 4MB RAM, USB port,
                    • 2-communication ports: Ethernet-ModBus/TCP and CANopen master includes 8MB memory card.
           

          Processor Status Displays

          Introduction

          There are several LEDs available on the front panel of each processor, enabling
          rapid diagnosis of the PLC status.

          These LEDs provide information on:


          · PLC functional status
          · The memory card status
          · Communication with the I/O modules
          · Modbus Serial communication
          · Communication on the CANopen network
          · Communication on the Ethernet network

          Illustration

          The following diagrams shows the physical location of the LEDs on the front panel of the BMX P34 processors:

          BMX P34 1000/2000 Processors LEDs

              •  
          BMX P34 2020, BMX 2030/20302 Processors

          Table 1 M340 Processor Status and Error indicator display



           

          Display differences between version 1 and version 2 of the

          BMX P34 20x0x module.



          Searching for Errors Using the Processor Status LEDs

          General

          The status LEDs located on the processor inform the user of the PLCs operating
          mode and any possible errors.
          The errors detected by the PLC concern:

          · circuits which constitute the PLC and/or its modules: internal errors
          · the process driven by the PLC or the process wiring: external errors
          · functioning of the application executed by the PLC: internal or external errors

           

          Error Detection

          Error detection is performed at startup (autotest) or during operation (which is the
          case for most equipment errors), during exchanges with the modules, or during
          execution of a program instruction.
          Certain "serious" errors require the PLC to be restarted while others are left to the
          user to decide how to proceed depending on the level of application required.
          There are three types of error:

          · non-blocking
          · blocking
          · processor or system

          Blocking Errors

          General

          Blocking errors, caused by the application program, do not cause system errors but
          prohibit execution of the program. When such an error occurs, the PLC stops
          immediately and goes into HALT mode (all tasks are stopped on the current
          instruction). The ERR LED flashes.

          Restarting of the Application After a Blocking Error
          To end this status it is necessary to init the PLC or to set the %S0 bit to 1.
          The application is then in an initial state:
          · The data resumes its initial value.
          · Tasks are stopped at end of cycle.
          · The input image is refreshed.
          · Outputs are controlled in fallback position.
          ·
          The RUN command then allows the application to be restarted.

          Blocking Error Diagnosis
          Indication of a blocking error is signaled by the ERR and RUN LEDs flashing on the
          processor front panel.
          The system words %SW126 and %SW127 indicate the address of the instruction
          which caused the blocking error.
          The nature of the error is indicated by the system word %SW125.
          The following table presents the errors signaled by the values of the system word
          %SW125.
           

          M340 Diagnostic information Memory card

          Memory Card Description

          Only Schneider memory cards are compatible with BMX P34 processors.
          Schneider memory cards use Flash technology and do not require a battery. These
          cards can support about 100,000 write/delete cycles (typical).

          The Memory card access LED is located behind the Memory Card Protective Cover.

           


          CANopen Diagnostics

           

          BMX NOM 0200 Module Status Display

          LED Indications


           

          BMX NOE 01x0 Module


          Ethernet LED






          Display differences between Version 1 and version 2 of the BMX NOE 01x0 module.



           


        Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL200598 V1.0, Originally authored by MiOB on 11/26/2009, Last Edited by MiOB on 11/26/2009
        Related ranges: Modicon M340.

        Where can I get support for APC and MGE Products?

        For support on APC and MGE products please visit:  https://www.apc.com/support/

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        Desktop KVM
        Desktop Notebook Stands
        EcoBreeze Air Economizers
        Environmental Management System
        Environmental Monitoring Unit
        Ethernet Switches
        Extended Warranties
        Fiber Optics
        Firmware Upgrades
        FLM Series
        Fluid Coolers
        FRP/Ferroresonant Power Supply
        Game Console Surge Protection
        Gender Changers
        Global Deployment
        Hardwire Surge Suppression Accessories
        High-Density Cooling Enclosures
        IDE Cables
        IEEE1394
        Industrial
        InfraStruxure for Large Data Centers
        InfraStruxure for Medium Data Centers
        InfraStruxure for Server Rooms
        InfraStruxure for Small Data Centers
        InfraStruxure for Wiring Closets
        InfraStruxure Manager
        InfraStruxure Type A
        InRoom Direct Expansion
        InRow Chilled Water
        InRow Direct Expansion
        InRow Pumped Refrigerant
        Installation Services
        Interface Cables
        International Plug Adapters
        Keyboard
        KVM Switches
        Laptop Power Adapters
        Line-R
        Magnum VS
        Magnum XS
        Magnum XS Rectifier
        Maintenance Bypass Panels
        Management Platform Integration
        Matrix Battery Systems
        Matrix-UPS
        Matrix-UPS Accessories
        Metered Rack PDU
        Metered-by-Outlet Rack PDU
        MGE Accessories
        MGE Alpes
        MGE Battery Systems
        MGE Comet
        MGE EPS
        MGE EPS 6000
        MGE EPS 7000
        MGE EPS 8000
        MGE Galaxy
        MGE Galaxy 300
        MGE Galaxy 3000
        MGE Galaxy 3500
        MGE Galaxy 4000
        MGE Galaxy 5000
        MGE Galaxy 5500
        MGE Galaxy 6000
        MGE Galaxy 7000
        MGE Galaxy 9000
        MGE Galaxy PW
        MGE Legacy
        MGE Service Bypass
        MGE Sinewave
        MGE Static Transfer Switches
        MGE UPS 4000
        Microsol Estabilizadores
        Microsol Modules Isoladores
        Mobile Notebook Stands
        Modular Components
        Modular Power Accessories
        Modular Power Distribution
        Monitor
        Mounting Hardware
        Mouse
        MRC1800
        MRE2400
        Multimedia
        MWF1700
        NetBotz 200
        NetBotz 300
        NetBotz 400
        NetBotz 500
        NetBotz Access Control
        NetBotz Accessories and Cables
        NetBotz Central
        NetBotz Rack Access
        NetBotz Sensors
        NetShelter CX
        NetShelter EP Enclosures
        NetShelter ES Enclosures
        NetShelter Open Frame Rack Accessories
        NetShelter SX
        NetShelter VL
        NetShelter VS Enclosures
        NetShelter VX Enclosures
        Network Integration Services
        Network Patch Cables
        NetworkAIR Accessories
        NetworkAIR AFX
        NetworkAIR CM
        NetworkAIR CW
        NetworkAIR FM
        NetworkAIR IR
        NetworkAIR TC
        Notebook Security
        On Site Service
        Open Frame Racks
        Operations Capacity
        Operations Change
        Operations Energy Cost
        Operations Energy Efficiency
        Operations Insight
        Operations Mobile
        Operations VIZOR
        Outdoor Enclosures
        Panelmount Environmental Monitoring
        Parallel
        Patch Panels
        PC1200
        Planning Tools and Publications
        Portable Cooling
        Power Cords
        Power Distribution Units
        Power Generation Systems
        Power Ready Notebook Cases
        PowerChute Business Edition
        PowerChute Inventory Manager
        PowerChute Network Shutdown
        PowerChute Personal Edition
        PowerChute plus
        PowerManager
        PowerShield
        Preventive Maintenance
        Project Management Services
        ProtectNet
        Rack Air Distribution
        Rack Components
        Rack LCD Consoles
        Rack PDU Accessories
        Rack-mount Transfer Switches
        Refrigerant Distribution
        Remote Monitoring Services
        Replacement Batteries
        Replacement Notebook Batteries
        Residential Hardwire Surge Suppression
        Retail
        Retractable Cables
        Room Air Distribution
        Room Cooling Accessories
        Router Cables
        Row Cooling Accessories
        SCSI
        Security Cameras
        Sensors
        Serial
        Service Bypass Panel
        Service Plans
        Silcon
        Silcon Accessories
        Silcon Battery Systems
        SLM/FLM Series
        SmartSlot Expansion Chassis
        Smart-UPS
        Smart-UPS Accessories
        Smart-UPS Battery Systems
        Smart-UPS DP
        Smart-UPS On-Line
        Smart-UPS RT
        Smart-UPS VT
        Software Configuration
        Software Education
        Software for NetBotz Appliances
        Software Installation
        Software Integration
        Spare Part Kits
        Specialty Enclosures
        Start-Up Service
        Stationary Power Distribution Units
        Step-Down Transformer
        StruxureWare Central
        StruxureWare Operations Suite
        SurgeArrest Essential
        SurgeArrest Home/Office
        SurgeArrest Notebook
        SurgeArrest Performance
        Switch Boxes
        Switched Rack PDU
        Symmetra
        Symmetra Accessories
        Symmetra Battery Systems
        Symmetra MW
        Symmetra MW Accessories
        Symmetra Power Module
        Symmetra PX
        Symmetra PX Accessories
        Sync and Charge Cables
        Thermal Containment
        Thick and Thin Ethernet
        Token Ring
        Toploading Cases
        Traditional Cases
        Training Services
        Transceivers
        Transportation
        Travel Mice
        TSP Accessories
        TSP Battery
        TSP/Generator
        TSP/Total System Power
        Tune-UPS for Symmetra
        Uniflair Chilled Water
        Universal Mobile Device Batteries
        Universal Notebook Batteries
        Universal Notebook Power Adapter
        Universal Power Accessories
        Universal Power Adapters
        UPS Network Hub Card
        UPS Network Management Cards
        USB Adapters & Converters
        USB Cables
        USB Charging Cables
        USB Hubs
        Wall-mount Transfer Switches
        Wheeled Cases
        Wireless
        Wizards and Configurators
        WS200