TPD-Metal Cavity fixing 100 pcs

Thorsman TPD, Cavity Fixing, With Screw, Set of 100

Catalogue Number: 1220104
TPD-Metal Cavity fixing 100 pcs
Colour:
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • 1 PCE

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Range of product
Thorsman
Product or component type
cavity fixing
Product name
Thorsman TPD
Device short name
TPD
Provided equipment
screw
Mounting support
board material
Device application
board material
Mounting support
wall mounted
Screw diameter
4.5 mm
Screw length
35 mm
Size of screw head
8 mm
Shape of screw head
cross slotted
Colour tint
metal
Quantity per set
set of 100
Sale per indivisible quantity
100
Material
  • cavity fixing: zinc electroplated
  • screw: steel
    • Practical load capacity
    • shear: 270 N
    • pull-out load: 80 N
      • Thickness
        0-12 mm fixture
        Ambient air temperature for operation
        -40-80 °C
        Diameter
        4.5 mm
        Length
        35 mm
        Sustainable offer status
        Green Premium product
        EU RoHS Directive
        Pro-active compliance (Product out of EU RoHS legal scope)
        Environmental Disclosure
        ENVPEP1401003EN
        Circularity Profile
        N/A
        Warranty
        18 months

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        Outputs May Turn On at Power Up When Using a 170ENT11002 with Specific I/O Bases

        Release Notice

        The purpose of this Resolution is to inform users of 170ENT11002 Ethernet Communication Adapters of a condition where outputs could turn on briefly at powerup when mounted on specific digital output bases and combination digital input and output bases.

        •  

        Goals and Symptoms

        170ENT11002s with a DOM (date of manufacture) of 8-2004, mounted on digital DC output bases or combination digital IO bases, may turn on all or some of the outputs for approximately 250ms, when field power is applied simultaneously or prior to module power. The outputs affected during this initial power on cycle, turn off after approximately 250ms and return to normal control.

        Facts and Changes

        Units affected are:
        170ENT110002 with a DOM of 8-2004 through 11-2004 and a PV of 02

        This issue does not occur with:· 170ENT11002s with a DOM of 7-2004 or older
        · 170ENT11000s
        · 170ENT11001s

        Causes and Fixes

        The problem has been eliminated with 170ENT11002s with a PV of 03 or higher or a Date of Manufacture of 12-2004 or higher.


        • Contact your local Schneider Electric office for exchanges.

          For a temporary workaround of affected 170ENT11002 adapters, field power must be off when power is applied to the module. Once module power is applied, field power can then be applied.

        Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL167645 V3.0, Originally authored by on , Last Edited by on
        Related ranges: Modicon Momentum

        What is the decibel rating for part number 6220-0?

        The decibel rating is 53db.

        What is the part number for a 20mm steel conduit plug?

        The part number  for a 20mm brass plug for steel conduit is 1220S20.

        What is the part number for replacement ex-fan blades for the 6220-0?

        Unfortunately. The part number for replacement ex-fan blades for the 6220-0 has been discontinued.
        For further information, visit the link below:-
        https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=SP-254-16709

        What is air flow rate for part number 6220-0?

        Air flow rate for 6220-0 is 800m3/h cubic metres

        222 l/s  Litres per second

        Is there a System Word for Scantime in Unity Pro?

        Yes. %SW30 contains the current Scantime of the Master Task. There are also other Scantime system words available, please see the attached document.
        %SW30-47.pdf


        Is there a grid cover for the 6220-0 Clipsal Ceiling Exhaust Fan?

        There is no grid cover plate for the 6220-0. There is, however, the CE250 Ceiling Exhaust Fan which is a similar size, does have a grid cover.

        Link to 6220-0 specifications - https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=6220-0
        Link to CE250 specifications - https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=CE250#
         

        Is it possible to get replacement blades for a 6220-0?

        Yes it is.
        The part number is SP-254-16709.
        This is done as a special and will take between 4-6 weeks for delivery.

        For more information, visit the website at www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results and click on the link to view a brochure.

        Momentum CAD Drawings

        Goals and Symptoms

        Momentum CAD Drawings

        Causes and Fixes

        Momentum CAD Drawings as of 1/20/05

        STB UL Certification, 12/2007

        Goals and Symptoms

        This resolution contains the currently available STB product Underwriters Lab certification as of December 2007.

        Causes and Fixes

        See Attachments for the STB UL certification.

        Attachments


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        Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL190462 V1.0, Originally authored by WeDa on 12/27/2007, Last Edited by WeDa on 12/27/2007
        Related ranges: Advantys STB

        STBNIP2212 Advantys Ethernet NIM Firmware Upgrade - Exec v.2.30, Kernel 2.03, Web 1.20.04

        Release Notice

        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.2.30
          • Kernel v.2.03
          • Web pagev.1.20.04

        Goals and Symptoms

        A single file named stbnip2212_upgrade_[k]_v.2.03_[fw]_v.2.30_[web]_v.1.20.04.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 Ethenet 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 Attachment to this Resolution.

        Causes and Fixes

        The following issues have been resolved in this upgrade:

        1. Version 2.30 corrects a problem where the Ethernet NIM would sometimes fail to go into Run after a power cycle.
        2. When power is cycled to an ATV31 when it is connected as a prefered 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.2.30, the Advantys Configuration software will not show the ATV31 as failed after an ATV31 power cycle.
        3. 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.
        4. 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.
        5. The 'Save' option in the web page 'Network Interface Module Register' now works properly.
        6. The RS232 serial communications port on the Ethernet NIM would respond to any request, regardless of the address in the request. It now responds to the appropriate address.
        7. The RS232 serial port communications was too slow. Compared to Exec v.2.14, the RS232 serial port communications is now approximately twice as fast as previous installed Exec versions.
        8. Previous firmware versions of the STBNIP2212 had problems reading web page applets using Internet Explorer 7 browsers. These issues have been resolved in v.2.30.
        9. Assigning an IP via DHCP could take a minute and a half or longer. With version 2.30, the time to assign an IP via DHCP has been shortened to approximately 30 seconds.
        10. I/O modules on an island would fail to go into Ready if 15 or more Ethernet connections are made to the NIM during power up.
        11. 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 2.30, 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.
        12. In Ethernet NIM Exec versions 2.27 & 2.28, assigning an IP using DHCP also required a valid Gateway address. If a Gateway address was not provided or was assigned 0.0.0.0, the assigned IP would default to the MAC derived IP address. Exec version 2.30 does not require a Gateway address when assigning an IP via DHCP.
        13. New Faulty Device Replacement (FDR) functionality: (Refer to the FDR User Documentation Attachment below)
          * Multiple FDR servers
          * FDR Functionality
          * Device Parameter file backup/restore
          * FDR Diagnostics
           
        The following Enhancement is included in this upgrade:
        1. A Link failure occurs when there is a disruption in communications between the Advantys Ethernet NIM and the device (ex: PLC) communicating to it. However, the outputs of an island can behave differently depending on where a link failure occurs within a network. Therefore, to allow the outputs to behave the same regardless of where the link failure occurs, an option called Link Failure Mode was added to the web pages for Exec. v2.30 in the Ethernet NIM. Further explanation is provided in the attachment Link Failure Mode Option.
           
        The following is an open issue with 2.30 that will be resolved in the next Exec release.
        1. A behavior has been indentified with version 2.30, which differs from version 2.14. After being on for approximately 15 minutes to 1 hour, the STBNIP2212 will reboot if the Rotary switches are set to "Device/Rolename" (DHCP mode) and no DHCP server is available to assign an IP address. The STBNIP2212 will not reboot if the Rotary switches are set to "Bootp" (default position) or any other position. If a bootp server is available and an IP address is assigned via DHCP, the NIM will not experience a reboot.

          A reboot causes the outputs to go to zero, which is the fallback condition.

        Attachments

        FDR User Documentation

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        Link Failure Mode Option
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        Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL191005 V2.0, Originally authored by DaDz on 02/06/2008, Last Edited by DaDz on 08/05/2009
        Related ranges: Advantys STB

        Does the ION/SPM/PME OPC client have the ability to do OPC writes to a third party OPC server?

        Issue:
        Power Monitoring Expert has a built in OPC DA client used to connect to third party OPC DA servers. Customer would like to know if this client has the ability to write to the OPC DA tags in addition to being able to read it. 

        Product Line:
        ION Enterprise 6.0.x
        Struxureware Power Monitoring Expert 7.0.x
        Power Monitoring Expert 7.2.x
        Power Monitoring Expert 8.x

        Environment:
        OPC Client

        Resolution:

        No. The built-in OPC client  in ION/SPM/PME does not have the ability to write to 3rd party OPC servers.

        ClearSCADA: convert group to instance and retain history

        Is there a way to convert a group to an instance of a template and retain the historic data of the points from the group object?

        It is possible to do this but it requires a few a few steps.  Here is how historic files work:

        When you create an object in the CleraSCADA database (i.e. an analog point) an object ID is created for that point.  With 'historic' enabled on that point a corresponding folder is created in the Database\History\Historic folder.  The folder name is derived from the object ID number of the point divided by 256.  For example, if you have an analog point with an object ID of 22004 then you would see a folder created with the name HdI00085.  This is because 22004 / 256 = 85.95.

        Inside folder HdI00085 will be a folder with the name of the object ID (for the example above you would see a folder named 22004).  Inside the 22004 folder will be the historic files which pertain to this point.

        In order to retain history for objects in a group (that is converted to a template) you would need to do the following:

        1) Note the object IDs for each of the objects in the group you wish to retain history for.  Here I've created an analog point and selected 'view status' from the database tree in order to determine that its object ID is 3882.




        2) Open Windows Explorer (File Explorer) and browse to the ClearSCADA\Database\History\Historic folder.  Since the object ID is 3882, the folder we want to look for is 3882 / 256 = 15.164.  Therefore we want folder HdI00015.





        3) Once the folder name(s) have been found, locate the sub folders named with the object IDs.  In this case we are looking for a folder named 3882.

        Inside this folder will be files named with a .hrd extension.  The name of the file corresponds to the number of weeks that have passed since Jan 1, 1601.  One file per object (point) per week is created to store historic data.




        4) Shut down the ClearSCADA server and copy the sub folders (i.e. 003882) to another location.  Shutting down the CS server ensures that the files will not be written to as you are copying them.

        5) Convert the group to a template and then create an instance of the template.

        6) Locate the corresponding objects (points) in the instance (from the Database tree) and note the object IDs for each of these.

        7) Use the method mentioned above to find the folder names where the historic files for the instance objects reside.

        8) Once the new folder names have been found, locate the sub folders named with the new object IDs.

        9) Rename the saved 'original' folders (from step 4) with the new object ID names (from step 7).  In this example you would rename folder 3882 with the corresponding object ID number from the instance.

        10) Shut down the ClearSCADA server and delete the sub folder from step 8).

        11) Copy the folders from step 9) into the locations where you deleted the folders in step 10).

        12) Restart the ClearSCADA server.  (Note: the ClearSCADA server must be shut down prior to moving the folders (in step 11) as the server requires a restart in order to recognize the newly added historic files).

        The instance should now contain the historic values that were previously seen in the original group.

        How to gear in two LXM28 drives in SoMachine?

        Issue:
        Setup function block GearIn_LXM28 so that the master and slave drives follow each other perfectly

        Product Line:
        LXM28

        Resolution:
        The NUM of the GearIn_LXM28 function block should be set to 1280000 and the DENUM should be set to 8192 (2048 x 4).
        This will make the perfect gear between the master and slave.

        What is the native resolution of the encoder counts for Lexium 28 servo drives?

        The native resolution for Lexium 28 is 1280000 counts per revolution on the motor.

        This is important to know especially when using the LXM28 in gear mode.
        The factory default ratio for gear mode is 128/10      (128 = numerator  10 = denominator)
        The equates to 128 motor increments for 10 pulses applied to the pulse train input.  


        Rev 10-23-18
         

        What is the factory default scaling on Lexium 28 servo drives?

        The factory default for position scaling is 128 as the numerator and 10 and the denominator.  Parameters P1-44 and P1-45 respectively.
        These values are based on the encoder feedback resolution of 1280000 counts per revolution from the motor.

        With the factory default scaling a commanded move of 100000 will result in the motor shaft making one full revolution.


        rev 7-19-18

         

        What is the native resolution of the encoder counts for Lexium 28 servo drives?

        The native resolution for Lexium 28 is 1280000 counts per revolution on the motor.

        This is important to know especially when using the LXM28 in gear mode.
        The factory default ratio for gear mode is 128/10      (128 = numerator  10 = denominator)
        The equates to 128 motor increments for 10 pulses applied to the pulse train input.  


        rev 10-19-17

        Description of P1-46 on LXM28 drive

        Issue:
        Description of P1-46 on LXM28 drive

        Product Line:
        LXM28

        Resolution:
        That parameter is for ESIM output resolution.
        Default is 2048 counts from the encoder output based on 1 rotation of the motors encoder at 1280000 counts

        How to setup SMTP server for email in Advanced Reports (AR)

        Issue
        Customer cannot get reports sent to their email

        Product Line
        System Manager software 4.x

        Enviroment
        Sending reports via email

        Cause
        SMTP is not configured in Advance Report

        Resolution

        SMTP must be configured in order to send reports to email accounts.


        Quick Reference on how to Setup SMTP in Crystal Enterprise (CE)

        1. First gather the following information from the IT department on SMTP settings.
        a. Domain Name
        b. Server Name
        c. Port
        d. Authentication: <default is none>
        e. SMTP User name
        f. SMTP Password

        2. To make changes it will require a Crystal EnterpriseAdministrator account. Login as "Administrator" as the username and " " blank as the password. This account is setup by default during the Crystal Enterprise install. This is not an SMS user account.

        3. Log on to Crystal Management Console (Admin Launchpad) using the Admin account

        4. Click on Servers

        5. Click on <servername>.reportjobserver

        6. Click on Destinations

        7. Select Crystal Enteprise.SMTP and select enable.

        8. Click OK.

        9. Enter the SMTP settings gathered in step 1.

        10. Refer to ce10_smtp.pdf for more details and troubleshooting.
        Setup SMTP server to have reports emailed to you in Advanced Reports.


        See the attached for more details on configuring SMTP in Advanced Reports' Crystal Enterprise.

        ce10_smtp.pdf

        Key Words and Phrases: Advanced Report email, Advanced Reports email

        Document Change History
        Date and Initials Comments
        2010-06-17 DRM * Added a key words and phrases list according to a specific request
         

         


        • Date Created:August 24, 2007
          Last Revised: 17 Jun 2010
          Internal PMO/PMC
          Original Author: KT

        Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL190871 V3.0, Originally authored by PhHa on 01/30/2008, Last Edited by DaMi on 06/18/2010
        Related ranges: SMS Add-on

        STBNIP2212 Advantys Non-RoHs Ethernet NIM Firmware Upgrade - Exec v.2.31, Kernel 2.04, Web 1.20.05

        Release Notice

        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.2.31
          • Kernel v. 2.04
          • Web page v.1.20.05

        Goals and Symptoms

        Exec file, nip2212_upgrade_[k]_v2.04.06_[fw]_v2.31.09_[web]_v1.20.05.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 Ethenet 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 whose firmware is version 2.30 or less. This Exec cannot be loaded into NIMs that have an SV 2.70 or higher.

        • STBNIP2212's whose Exec versions are 2.3x or less are non-RoHs units. STBNIP2212's whose Exec versions are 2.7x or higher are RoHs units. The Execs between these units are not interchangeable.
          • RoHs is the acronym for Restriction of Hazardous Substances. RoHS, also known as Directive 2002/95/EC, originated in the European Union and restricts the use of specific hazardous materials found in electrical and electronic PRODUCTS. The substances banned under RoHS are lead (Pb), mercury (Hg), cadmium (Cd), hexavalent chromium (CrVI), polybrominated biphenyls (PBB) and polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE).
        • Firmware for the RoHs and Non-RoHs Ethernet NIMs is available on Planet.

        Causes and Fixes

        The following issues have been resolved in this version:

        1. The STBNIP2212 may go into fallback in the presence of UDP traffic.
        2. Error '1013h' may occur when attempting to connect to the Ethernet NIM using Advantys Config Software.
        3. STBNIP2212 Broadcast Filter improvements implemented.
        4. An error would occur when an Island configuration file from an FDR server was loaded into an STBNIP2212 after a power cycle of the NIM or the Restore function in the FDR Configuration web page was initiated. This resulted in the error, 'FDR parameter file from the server is invalid' in the 'Error Log' web page.
        5. Power cycling a large island with mandatory modules does not always start in RUN.
        6. STBNIP2212 v.2.30 NIMs could randomly go to 'fallback' and require a power cycle to recover.

        Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL199672 V1.0, Originally authored by DaDz on 08/21/2009, Last Edited by DaDz on 08/21/2009
        Related ranges: Advantys STB

        STBNIP2212 Advantys RoHs Ethernet NIM Firmware Upgrade - Exec v.2.71, Kernel 2.21, Web 1.20.05

        Release Notice

        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.2.71
          • Kernel v. 2.21
          • Web page v.1.20.05

        Goals and Symptoms

        Exec file, nip2212_upgrade_[k]_v2.21.02_[fw]_v2.71.02_[web]_v1.20.05.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 Ethenet 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 whose firmware is version 2.70 or higher. This Exec cannot be loaded into NIMs that have an SV 2.30 or lower.

        • STBNIP2212's whose Exec versions are 2.3x or less are non-RoHs units. STBNIP2212's whose Exec versions are 2.7x or higher are RoHs units. The Execs between these units are not interchangeable.
          • RoHs is the acronym for Restriction of Hazardous Substances. RoHS, also known as Directive 2002/95/EC, originated in the European Union and restricts the use of specific hazardous materials found in electrical and electronic PRODUCTS. The substances banned under RoHS are lead (Pb), mercury (Hg), cadmium (Cd), hexavalent chromium (CrVI), polybrominated biphenyls (PBB) and polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE).
        • Firmware for the RoHs and Non-RoHs Ethernet NIMs is available on Planet.

        Causes and Fixes

        The following issues have been resolved in this version:

        1. The STBNIP2212 may go into fallback in the presence of UDP traffic.
        2. Error '1013h' may occur when attempting to connect to the Ethernet NIM using Advantys Config Software.
        3. STBNIP2212 Broadcast Filter improvements were implemented.
        4. An error would occur when an Island configuration file from an FDR server was loaded into an STBNIP2212 after a power cycle of the NIM or the Restore function in the FDR Configuration web page was initiated. This resulted in the error, 'FDR parameter file from the server is invalid' in the 'Error Log' web page.
        5. Power cycling a large island with mandatory modules does not always start in RUN.
        6. STBNIP2212 v2.70 NIMs could randomly go to 'fallback' and require a power cycle to recover.

        Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL199680 V1.0, Originally authored by DaDz on 08/21/2009, Last Edited by DaDz on 08/21/2009
        Related ranges: Advantys STB

        Video: Licensing Guide for Power Monitoring Expert (PME) 8.x and 7.2.x and ENM 8.3.x

        Issue
        After installing PME 8.x ,PME 7.2.x and ENM 8.3.x instructions are required on how to activate the licenses for the software.

        Product Line
        Power Monitoring Expert 8.x
        Power Monitoring Expert 7.2.x
        Event Notification Module 8.3.x

        Environment
        Floating License Manager
        License Manager

        Cause
        A user may not know where to find information that describes the license activation process for PME 8.x or PME 7.2.x and ENM 8.3.x

        Resolution
        PME 8.x, PME 7.2.x and ENM 8.3.x icenses can be activated using both online and offline methods.

        Please find Licensing Guide v1.6.pdf attached at the bottom of this article (Latest version as of 1/2018) for PME 8.x and PME 7.2.x, which outlines the following contents:
        • Introduction 
        • PME Trial License 
        • Activating Licenses
          • Online activation (preferred method)     
          • Offline activation 
        • Appendix A: Key terms 
        • Appendix B: Licensing considerations 
          • Client licensing 
          • Licensing when reinstalling PME
          • PME and PowerSCADA Expert (PSE) on the same machine
        • Appendix C: Troubleshooting 
          • Untrusted licenses 
          • License Manager settings
          • Management Console 
          • Registration popup
          • Enterprise License server port  
        • Appendix D: Removing the Trial License 


        The procedures for the PME 8.x and PME 7.2.x license activation methods can also be found in the "Help" section of the "Schneider Electric Floating License Manager" in the "Activation Methods" Section:




        Also there are 4 videos below that outline the Activation/Return process for both Web and Web Portal methods.

        Activating Power Monitoring Expert Licenses by Web:



        Activating Power Monitoring Expert Licenses while offline:



        Returning Power Monitoring Expert Licenses by Web:



        Returning Power Monitoring Expert Licenses while offline:



        To Remove the PME Trial License:

        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.

        Attachments


        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.)
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        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
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