adaptor bs cond pg9/20mm

Cable Management Machined Brass, Pg9 Male To 20Mm Female Brass Adaptor

Catalogue Number: 1235PG9
adaptor bs cond pg9/20mm
Colour: Per UOM Std.
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diameter: 20-20 mm tube
31-31 mm
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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: 

      Does Clipsal have a half inch male to 20 mm female adapter?

      We have a brass coupling - 1235NPT1 - that is half inch male to 20 mm female.

      For more information, please refer to the link:

      How do I split bits from a word to digital points?


      The example below is intended to demonstrate one or more features or methods and is presented as a configuration example only. Schneider Electric assumes no liability for the use or application of this example or any portion thereof.

      Sometimes it is necessary to extract the bits from a word and split those to individual digital points. One way of doing this is by a logic program.
      In this example, we will use a structured text library containing a function (Word2Bits) that uses "AND" operators to extract the bits from a word (16 bits). The structured text library is attached to this article and we will show how to import and use it in a function block diagram (FBD) logic program in ClearSCADA.

      After we download the attached .ZIP file and extract "Structured Text Library containing the Word_2_Bits function example.SDE", we can import the .SDE to ClearSCADA 2015 R1 or newer. On the following screen capture, we imported the .SDE file to a folder called "Example":

      As you can see, the input is an unsigned integer and the outputs will be booleans. Feel free to check the code in ViewX.

      In order to use the function, we will create a FBD logic program and link the library to it:

      Now we have the function available for use (right-clicking on the programming area):

      Now we can link the input and outputs as required.

      ClearSCADA: determining the number of alarms in a group

      There is no single property in ClearSCADA that will provide an alarm count number for an object or group.  Rather, this number is made up of several OPC tags (i.e. AlarmAcceptedCount, AlarmClearedCount, AlarmSetCount, etc).  As such, the easiest way to determine the number of alarms that have been triggered for an object is to query the Event Journal table.  Below is an example of querying for the number of alarms that have occurred in a group over the past 24 hours.

      First, a group named '~dolphin' was created containing two internal digital point which were each set to generate an alarm if their value was set to '1'.

      Each point was hand controlled a few times to generate some alarms.  These can be seen in the event list for the '~dolphin' group below.

      Right-clicking on the list and selecting 'Edit query' allows us to see the SQL code used to generate this list:

      Editing the query as follows modifies the list to only show alarms that have been raised

      The result of the query can be seen in this list

      Even if an alarm is acknowledged or cleared, the initial 'Alarm raised' message will still appear in the events list for the group or object that is being viewed.  This method can be used to determine the number of alarms that occur in a group in a given 24 hour period.  The number of alarms is shown in the status ar at the bottom of the ViewX screen while the list is in focus.