TOG-10 Spring Toggle Cavity fixing

Thorsman SpRing Toggle Cavity Fixing, 3X50Box, 50Pcs

Catalogue Number: 1208016
TOG-10 Spring Toggle Cavity fixing
Colour: Per UOM Std.
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      How to mount powerpoint on actassi trunking?

      Unistrut part, code 2087016

      What is the mounting accessory for Actassi trunking to mount power points on

      The Unistrut 2087016 will fit

      Is there a bracket to mount sockets onto Actassi trucking?

      You can direct mount onto the lid of the 80 or 155mm trunking or use the ISM15150

      Other options are the Unistrut 2087016 and adaptors can also be found at

      What is the component breakdown of a XB4BS8444?

      Components of an XB4BS8444.

      Product Line:
      Harmony Push Buttons

      Harmony 22mm

      Product Features

      It is a ZB4BS844 and a ZB4BZ104.

      What is the part number for the locking handle used on QM-WP enclosures?

      Replacement N3R handle

      Product Line:



      All QM style WP enclosures require (1) 80121-063-50 locking handle assembly.

      What is the recommended spacing for 22mm pushbuttons ?

      What is the recommended  spacing for  22mm pushbuttons ?

      Product Line:
      Harmony Pushbuttons

      All Products

      Product Features

      Horizontal spacing is 1.18`` or 30mm, vertical spacing is 1.57`` or 40mm, hole size 0.88`` ( recommended 0.89`` ) or 22.5mm


      Where are the overload relays for use with LC2D reversing contactors?

      Identifying the appropriate overload relay to use with a reversing pair of contactors

      Product Line:
      Digest 177 Section 18 : Contactors and Starters - IEC

      North American Products

      Overload relay needed for use in reversing application

      Reversing contactors use the same overload relays as non-reversing contactors.


      What are the dimensions of the wall box to suit the B12/30/6 Multi-Gang Switch?

      The wall box to suit the 12/30/6 Multi-Gang Switch is a 164/6.

      The dimensions of the wall box is a 164/6 are 278mm(W) X 97mm(H) X 58mm(D).

      Some of the key features are:

      • 30 series rocker type
      • B-Style
      • Switch arrangement 6 horizontal and 2 vertical
      • Fascia size: 303 mm Width x 120 mm Height
      • 12 number of switch apertures

      For further information please visit

      What is the replacement lens for a ZB4BV or ZB5AV pilot light?

      What are the part numbers of the Lens Caps for the Pilot lights?

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      Harmony Pushbuttons

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      For LED light modules 

      White    ZBV0113  
      Green   ZBV0133 
      Red      ZBV0143 
      Yellow   ZBV0153 
      Blue     ZBV0163 
      Clear    ZBV017

      For BA9 light modules
      White     ZBV011
      Green    ZBV013
      Red       ZBV014
      Yellow   ZBV015
      Blue     ZBV016

      Clear    ZBV017

      SQL Reporting Services service will not start

      Goals and Symptoms

      SQL Server Reporting Services fails to start with the following error:

      The SQL Server Reporting Services (ION) service failed to start due to the following error:
      The service did not respond to the start or control request in a timely fashion.

      Additional errors in the Windows System Log include the following:

      A timeout was reached (30000 milliseconds) while waiting for the SQL Server Reporting Services (ION) service to connect.

      Facts and Changes


      ION Enterprise (IONE) or StruxureWare Power Monitoring (SPM) with SQL Reporting Services

      Causes and Fixes


      If there are no other errors in the Windows Application or System Logs, the issue might simply be that Reporting Services is taking longer than the 30,000 milliseconds to start up, and the Service Controller is stopping the process.


      A simple registry key can be added to increase this timeout.

      Important: This section, method, or task contains steps that tell you how to modify the registry. However, serious problems might occur if you modify the registry incorrectly. Therefore, make sure that you follow these steps carefully. For added protection, back up the registry before you modify it. Then, you can restore the registry if a problem occurs.

      1) Open up regedit.exe and browse to HKLM\System\CurrentControllset\Control
      2) If it is not already there, create a new DWORD called ServicesPipeTimeout.
      3) Set the value (decimal) to something higher than 30,000 ms (i.e. 120,000 ).
      4) Restart the Server and see if the SQL Reporting Services service starts up.

      If the service does not start, the timeout might have to be further increased.

      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL209797 V1.0, Originally authored by MaTh on 11/28/2012, Last Edited by MaTh on 11/28/2012
      Related ranges: Power Monitoring 7.0, ION Enterprise V6.0

      Why does the ATV31 or ATV312 show a code of nSt even though there are no assignments in any of the parameters for a freewheel stop activation?

      Why does the ATV31 or ATV312 show a code of nSt even though there are no assignments in any of the parameters for a freewheel stop activation?

      Product Line:
      Altivar ATV31 and ATV312



      The drive status is showing NST on the main display and it will not clear.  The drive will not run

      Here are a few possible causes:
      (A) If a directional run command (forward or reverse) is present on power up of the drive and the drive is set for 2C (2-wire) with [trn] transition control or 3C (3-wire) control with the LI1 NC stop being open, the drive will show nSt indicating that it will not run.
      • 2 Wire control solution:  Try setting the two wire type parameter tCt to Level control (LEL) menu  in the IO menu.
      • 3 Wire control solution: Make sure that LI1 the stop NC input is turned on when the drive is powered up.  If this input is open the drive will display NST until you close this input.

      (B) Check to see if someone has pushed the stop button on the local control or the remote HMI while the drive is being commanded in the terminal mode with starting and stopping via the logic inputs.
      Solution: power cycle the drive to see if the NST clears

      (C)  If the reference channel or the control channel is assigned to Modbus or CANopen, the drive controller displays nSt on power up and remains stopped until the communication bus sends a command.
      Solution:  If the drive is programmed for NET control, you will need to write a Hex 6, then Hex 7 then Hex F to get the drive to start.

      (D) Check to see if you have a logic input assigned to a freewheel stop in the FUN menu StC parameter then NST parameter.
      Solution: Turn on your logic input that is assigned to freewheel stop. Otherwise, the drive will stay in NST mode until you turn on the assigned logic input.

      To make adjustments to the drive parameters, see the Altivar 31 or Altivar 312 Programming manuals.

      ATV31 Programming Manual:

      ATV312 Programming Manual:


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      Frequently Asked Questions for the new SMX and SMT series of Smart-UPS products.


      This document outlines common questions regarding the new SMX and SMT series of Smart-UPS products.

      Product Line:

      Smart-UPS SMT and SMX


      All models, All Serial Numbers


      The SMT and SMX series of Smart-UPS is an all new generation of Smart-UPS product with many additional features and benefits.


      New Smart-UPS Models with LCD Interface

      Frequently Asked Questions




      In November 2009 new Smart-UPS models were introduced in North America and this document addresses some of the common questions regarding the product itself and the transition from the legacy models.

      New Smart-UPS models are identified by their intuitive LCD interface. These models also have part numbers that start in the prefixes “SMX” and “SMT” and are distinguished by having an advanced feature set.



      What are the new part (or SKU) numbers?

      There are two (2) series of new Smart-UPS models; standard and extended run. The standard models start with the prefix ‘SMT’ while the extended run models start with ‘SMX’. The new models in our initial release include the following:


      Existing Model

      New Model

























      What are some of the key benefits of the new design over the old?

      There are many new features and benefits to the new Smart-UPS but the key ones to remember are:

      ·          Increased intelligence that makes management and monitoring easier

      ·          Increased efficiency that saves on utility costs

      ·          Increased control with ability to configure locally or via software and switched receptacle groups

      ·          Increased resilience with better diagnostic capabilities and improved warranty


      How long will the older models be available?

      The legacy models will be available for at least 60 days after the introduction of the new models. In some cases this availability may be increased for those customers that require more time to transition.


      Will all existing Smart-UPS be upgraded to the new design?

      Eventually all of the fourth generation models will be upgraded to the newer generation. However, because of the large number of Smart-UPS models we anticipate this transition will take many months.


      How does the ‘green’ operating mode increase efficiency?

      APC’s patent pending ‘green’ mode bypass components that perform automatic voltage regulation (AVR) when not needed. AVR is typically handled in the line interactive design by solid state transformers. These transformers, while extremely reliable, do have some energy loss to remain energized. By using these transformers only when needed results in higher efficiencies across a wide range of load conditions.


      Do I sacrifice any protection by operating in ‘green’ mode?

      Absolutely no power protection is sacrificed in ‘green’ mode. In this mode the UPS is providing surge and noise filtering and can react to any change in power that requires voltage regulation or inverter operation in a matter of milliseconds.


      What is the typical energy savings with ‘green’ mode?

      When compared to APC’s very efficient existing line interactive models, the increase in efficiency ranges from 1-4%. For an average 1500VA UPS this may save $25-30 per year in utility costs.


      Why do the new UPS’s not have a DB9 serial port?

      The new models have an RJ45 style serial port in addition to a USB port and both cables are provided with the units. A DB9 style serial port was not used to highlight the fact that the new models operate using a new firmware called


      Can I use older versions of PowerChute Business Edition Business Edition software with the new models?

      New Smart-UPS models utilize PowerChute Business Edition version 8.5 or later only. To use earlier versions of software requires an optional SmartSlot, the AP9620. You can find the latest version of PowerChute here.

      What if I use my own software based on UPSLINK?

      We recognize the fact that some Smart-UPS customers utilize their own custom interface based on APC’s UPSLINK protocol. These applications may include those without standard operating systems or less common ones. For these situations, we recommend the optional AP9620 converter card that allows the new models to ‘speak’ in UPSLINK.

      Are the new units Mac OSX compatible?

      Yes, but they require OSX 10.6.5 or later


      Where is the sensitivity switch and site wiring fault light?

      These features are now incorporated into the LCD front panel. If a site wiring fault is detected this message will be clearly displayed on the unit’s display. Sensitivity can also be set and viewed directly through the display.


      How has battery management been improved in the new models?

      The battery management has been enhanced in several ways. First, the charging circuit has intermittent, temperature controlled charging capability that ensures that the proper amount of charge is applied to the battery at all times. With the high efficiency ‘green’ mode the UPS runs cooler resulting in less degradation of the battery. In addition, the UPS can now proactively project a battery replacement date based on UPS’s environment.


      How is the replace battery date determined and does it replace the bad battery LED?

      The battery replace date is determined by using battery manufacturer’s data for typical battery life under different environmental conditions. The UPS actively monitors these conditions to dynamically project a suggested date when the battery should be replaced to maintain optimal performance. It does not replace the bad battery LED but rather augments that information.


      What mounting hardware is provided with the SMX units?

      All rack tower Smart-UPS units (SMX) include rack mount cleats, ears, mounting screws and stabilizing feet. Additionally, units with “R” in the part number include 4-post rails. The 750 and 1000VA models are also shipped with a 2-post mounting bracket. The 4-post mounting rails are optional on these units. The part number for those rails is SU032A.


      What card is included with the ‘NC’ models?

      All new Smart-UPS models with an “NC” suffix in their part numbers include the AP9631 network management card with environmental monitoring.


      What smart-slot cards are compatible with the new models?

      Only the AP9630, AP9631 (with firmware versions 5.0.3 and greater) and the new UPSLINK translator card AP9620 are compatible with the new Smart-UPS models. The models smart-slot is tabbed to only allow the insertion of the newer cards.

      STBNIP2212 Advantys Ethernet NIM Firmware Upgrade - Exec v.2.28, Kernel v.2.01, Web 1.20.01

      Release Notice

      NOTICE: EXEC VERSION 2.28 FILES HAVE BEEN REMOVED PENDING FURTHER INVESTIGATION. While upgrading the STBNIP2212 from its existing V2.14 version to V2.27 or V2.28, the user may experience difficulties after the upgrade like loss of saved internal IP address and inability to get IP address while using rolename based DHCP. Note that these issues will be observed immediately after the upgrade. If the STBNIP2212 has been upgraded successfully and is in operation, there are no known issues. The firmware upgrade has been pulled off the website until the next course of action is determined. Note that the STBNIP2212 is currently shipped from the factory with a V2.14 firmware and therefore is not affected.
      The purpose of this resolution is to inform STBNIP2212 users that the Exec., Kernel, and Web pages have been upgraded to the following:

      • Exec v.2.28
      • Kernel v.2.01
      • Web page v.1.20.01

      Goals and Symptoms

      A single file named stbnip2212_upgrade_[k]_v.201_[fw]_v.2.28.07_[web]_v.1.20.01.exe, is now available and will automatically run the loader utility program when executed and prompt the user to enter the IP address of the Ethernet NIM. The Exec, Kernel, and web files will load sequentially and then reboot the NIM when completed.

      Facts and Changes

      The new Exec., Kernel and web versions are field upgradable and will work with any STBNIP2212 Ethernet NIM hardware versions. The files for the Ethernet NIM can be found on Planet or as the Attachments to this Resolution.

      Causes and Fixes

      The following issues have been resolved in this upgrade:

      1. The NIM would lockup if an excessive amount of UDP traffic was directed to it.
      2. Version 2.28 corrects a problem where the Ethernet NIM would sometimes fail to go into Run after a power cycle.
      3. When power is cycled to an ATV31 when it is connected as a preferred module on an STBNIP2212 island, the ATV31 would come back up operational but the Advantys Configuration software would continue to display the ATV31 as failed. With Exec. v.2.28, the Advantys Configuration software will not show the ATV31 as failed after an ATV31 power cycle.
      4. Output values in the 'Data I/O' web page would retain their last value if the client communications was stopped, regardless of the fallback state of the output. In this version, the 'Data I/O' values now show INVALID when this condition occurs.
      5. The STBNIP2212 'I/O Data Values' web page will now display the entire 16 bit field when an Input or Output value is displayed in Binary. The display window on previous versions was too small and would not display the entire 16 bit field.
      6. The 'Save' option in the web page 'Network Interface Module Register' now works properly.
      7. The RS232 serial communication port on the Ethernet NIM would respond to any request, regardless of the address in the request. It will now only respond to the appropriate address.
      8. The RS232 serial communication port on the Ethernet NIM is now approximately twice as fast as when the previous Exec version was installed.
      9. Can now read STBNIP2212 web page applets using Internet Explorer 7 browsers.
      10. Assigning an IP via DHCP would take over a minute and a half. With version 2.28, the IP will be assigned via DHCP in approximately 30 seconds.
      11. I/O modules on an island would fail to go into Ready if 15 or more connections were being made to the NIM during power up.
      12. Version 2.28 fixes a problem where the 'I/O Data Values' web page displayed incorrect values when 'Virtual Placeholders' were configured.
      13. The 'Process Image area' did not get set to zero if the network cable was removed from the NIM. Outputs would write the last data if the cable was reconnected. In version 2.28, the Process Image area is now cleared if the cable is disconnected and then reconnected. New data from the client is then written to the outputs.


      File: stbnip2212_upgrade_[k]_v.201_[fw]_v.2.28.07_[web]_v.1.20.01.exe
      (Exec, Kernel, web, and download utility file)

      Exec files have been removed pending further investigation (10/26/07).

      Document: NIM Exec Upgrade Procedure v_2_28_7.pdf
      (Procedure to upgrade the Exec, Kernel, and web files to version 2.28.)
      (Removed File URL: 188355_300E/ Image URL: /PubResEXPORT.nsf/2b87ee90be777fc085257c28006ee4ef/87ab839daec7d7a7c1257384005d872c/fl_block_5/0.7B0?OpenElement&FieldElemFormat=gif)

      Document: STBNIP2212 Connection Management Recommendations.pdf
      (This document provides recommendations when multiple numbers of connections must be opened to the STBNIP2212.)
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      Document: Concerns when upgrading to 2.28.pdf
      (If the NIM is configured to obtain its IP via DHCP, Exec versions 2.27 and higher will start in FDR mode. This document explains the steps required to prevent 'user defined web parameters' from being reverting back to default on powerup.)
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      Resolution 187313 - MAC derived IP.pdf
      (This document describes how to prevent a condition where the STBNIP2212 will default to its MAC derived IP address when it's power cycled using Exec. versions 2.27 or higher.)
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      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL188355 V3.0, Originally authored by DaDz on 10/06/2007, Last Edited by DaDz on 10/30/2007
      Related ranges: Advantys STB