adaptor brass cond 5/8in./16mm

Series 1220S Brass Adaptors, 5/8 Inch Male to 16mm Female

Catalogue Number: 1235/16
adaptor brass cond 5/8in./16mm
Retail
$28.56
RRP (Inc. GST)

Specifications

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Product brand
Clipsal
Material
brass
Connector type
thread connector
Product destination
diameter: 16-16 mm tube
Length
30-30 mm
Standards
  • AS 2052
  • AS 1722.2
  • AS 1721
  • ASC 66.1
    • Package 1 Weight
      0.001 kg
      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)

      Frequently Asked Questions

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      What is the thread type on a 1235/25?

      The thread type on a 1235/25 is BS - British Standard.

      For more information, please refer to the link:
      https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=1235/25 

      How to uninstall TwidoSuite when it doesn't show up in "Add or Remove Programs"?

      If TwidoSuite is not in the "Add or Remove Programs" first verify that you have administrative rights on the PC. Then go to the registry and look under;
      HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
      HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE
      HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Schneider Electric
      HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Schneider Electric\TwidoSuite

      Once you find this folder and delete it, reboot the PC and then go back and search again on the PC and remove
      anything that says TwidoSuite except for the programs.


      Note:  Twido and TwidoSuite was obsoleted 12/31/16 and has been replaced with the M221 and SoMachine Basic, The Twido program can be imported into SoMachine Basic.

      Whati s pitch thread for part number 1245/25?

      Pitch thread is 1.5mm

      What is part number for lid to suit 1239/20/4?

      Part number 1239L20 will suit any of 1239/20 series.

      How can a floating point value be moved into 4XXXX registers in a Quantum PLC with 984 LL?


      A floating point value can be moved into 4XXXX registers with the equation network. An example of moving a floating point value of 123.456 into registers 40001 and 40002 is shown below:

       

      Does the TwidoSuite Simulator support the PID function?

      No, simulation mode does not work with PID or any of the following functions FC, VFC, PLS/PWM and EXCH.

      Note: The Twido line was obsoleted 12/31/15 and has been replaced whth the M221 product line it is the direct replacement for the Twido and the program can be imported into it using the SoMachine Basic software that is a free download.

      What is the replacement part number for the Quantum 140CPU53414A?

      The replacement part number is the Quantum 140CPU53414B. As of 2015 the 140CPU53414B controllers are obsolete due to parts obsolescence and it is recommended to go to the Quantum Unity based hardware.

      NOTE: The Quantum Unity based processors will be end of life on 12/31/18 and replaced with the M580 that is currently now being sold.


      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 www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=B12/30/6

      When ordering a Quantum I/O modules does the field wiring connector come with it ?

      No, the 40-pin field wiring connector has to be ordered separately for all the I/O modules. The part number is 140XTS00200.


      Note: The Quantum line will be obsoleted 12/31/18 and should be replaced with the M580 and x80 I/O.



      R-82117

      Where is Wiser Panel Meter?

      Issue:
      Homeowner is setting up Wiser account on www.wiserenergy.com.   After creating the account, he/she must join devices to the account.   The homeowner may know that the home builder installed a Panel Meter (aka Power Meter) but can not physicially locate the device or the catchphrase.   The catchphrase is needed in order to setup communications between the Wiser Coordinator and the Panel Meter.

      Product Line:
      Wiser Home Management System

      Environment:
      Residential Home
      www.wiserenergy.com

      Cause:  
      Contractors may install the Panel Meter in a variety of locations.

      Resolution:
      The Wiser Panel Meter must be located within 6 feet of the Main Breaker Panel of the house.   The current transformers (CTs) have 6' long low voltage cables and therefore the panel meter must be installed within this cable distance of the circuit being measured.  The Panel Meter is typcially installed in one of the following locations.
      • If the breaker panel is inside the house or garage, then the Panel Meter is usually installed above or to the side of the breaker panel.
      • If the breaker panel is outside of the house, look for the Panel Meter inside the house on the inside surface of the exterior wall on which the breaker panel is mounted   Often, it is installed high on the wall, near the ceiling.
      • In KB Home installations in Texas, 2013 to 2014, the contractors often install the Panel Meter in a NEMA 3 box next to the breaker panel on the exterior of the house.  
      The catchphrase of the Panel Meter can be found on a sticker attached to the meter.   Also, a loose sticker is shipped with each Panel Meter.  It is intended for contractors to affix this loose sticker to the door of the breaker panel.  




      near the breaker panel

      UPS Network Management Card 2 (NMC2) Certain Events do not work properly with the Dry Contact I/O Accessory (AP9810) Control Policy


      Issue

      Certain events do not work properly when triggered to activate the Output Relay when configuring a Device Control Policy using AP9631/31CH and AP9810. (Some other models of UPS contain the necessary ports to support this functionality too, such as SRT model UPSs.) Such events include UPS: Started a reboot process or UPS: Started a Self Test. A user is able to configure these events to activate Port 1 or Port 2 relay but they do not cause the output relay to trigger when the event occurs.

      Within v5.X.X firmware web interface, the Control Policy Configuration is under UPS->sub heading Control Policy.

      Within v6.X.X firmware web interface, the Control Policy Configuration is under Configuration->Universal I/O->Control Policy.


      Product Line
      • UPS Network Management Card 2 (NMC2)
        • AP9631/31CH
        • AP9635/35CH
        • Devices with an embedded NMC2 that have a Universal Input/Output (UIO) port available


      Environment
      • v5.X.X firmware
      • v6.X.X firmware
      • Users using AP9810 Dry Contacts I/O accessory with their NMC2


      Cause

      These events do not react properly to an output relay configuration because they do not contain "clearing" events. Many events typically have a corresponding event that is typically recorded when the original condition clears. For example, UPS: On battery due to an input power problem is cleared by UPS: No longer on battery power. And in certain conditions, these events are also effectively cleared by other series of events and not the specific "clearing event." An example would be when the UPS records UPS: On battery due to an input power problem and then a graceful shutdown is performed. The series of events recorded during that process is different but, the UPS shuts down and is eventually no longer on battery power technically.

      More information on clearing events is available in knowledge base article ID FA156104.


      Resolution

      The current design does not support control policies for events which do not have a clearing event. UPS: Self test started is an example of an event which does not have a clearing event and is informational. A design change to allow this will be evaluated for future firmware versions but does not work properly for v5.X.X or v6.X.X currently because there is no clearing event to return the output relay to it's normal state.

       

      PowerNet SNMP MIB will not compile or load due to error with Integer32 and/or Unsigned32


      Issue

      Some users have reported an error while trying to load and/or compile the APC PowerNet MIB recently. The error may be similar to: "Problem found when compiling the MIB: ERROR: Cannot find symbol Integer32, Source: Powernet412.mib, Row: 6761, Col: 11 SYNTAX Integer32" and also apply to Unsigned32 values.


      Product Line
      • APC PowerNet SNMP MIB


      Cause

      It appears certain compilers and SNMP NMS systems are having problems finding the definition for Integer32 and Unsigned32 values which are defined under the IMPORTS section of the MIB. APC's MIB has not changed this recently.


      Resolution

      This will be addressed in a future MIB release. A workaround today is to manually edit the MIB in a text editor to contain the correct definition and references, as needed.

      The MIB IMPORTS section looks like this today:
      IMPORTS
         enterprises, IpAddress, Gauge, TimeTicks            FROM RFC1155-SMI
         DisplayString                                                          FROM RFC1213-MIB
         OBJECT-TYPE                                                      FROM RFC-1212
         TRAP-TYPE                                                           FROM RFC-1215;
      -- IMPORTS End



      The MIB IMPORTS section can be edited as shown below:
       
      IMPORTS
         enterprises, IpAddress, Gauge, TimeTicks             FROM RFC1155-SMI
         DisplayString                                                           FROM RFC1213-MIB
         OBJECT-TYPE                                                        FROM RFC-1212
         
      Unsigned32, Integer32                                            FROM SNMPv2-SMI
         TRAP-TYPE                                                              FROM RFC-1215;
      -- IMPORTS End

       

      With this adjustment, then the MIB should load and compile properly.
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