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Catalogue Number: 1240L
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Clipsal
Product or component type
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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)
Circularity Profile
N/A

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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the part number for the lid to suit a 1240 j-box?

There are two lids for the 1240 j-box. They are 1240L for the standard lid and 1240HDL25 for the heavy duty lid with gasket.

For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=1240
 
 
 

Can you get a lid for the 16-20mm Clipsal junction box?

clipsal 240L

Does the 240L come with screws?

Yes, the 240L comes with 2 screws.

For more information, please refer to the link:
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=240L

What are the A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, and J ground fault ampere values for the Micrologic 6.0A, 6.0P, and 6.0H on the 1600A Masterpact breaker NW16H2?

Product Line:
Circuit Breakers

Environment:
Electrical Distribution Equipment.

Resolution:
For all 1200A sensors and greater they are 500A, 640A, 720A, 800A, 880A, 960A, 1040, 1120A, and 1200A respectively.

240L, does it come with screws?

Yes,

SCREW SS 3/16BSWX8.5 CB/CH HD

What is the life cycle of the 30MBP?

The 30MBP has been tested to 12000 cycles.

What ethernet ports are used by System Manager Software (SMS)?

 

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The user must be an Administrator or PowerUser on the server (for installation the user has to be an Administrator)

> Port 80 has to be open for HTTP access via IIS (access by remote browser)

> Port 8888 has to be open for PowerLogic Network Server (local server only)

> Port 8889 has to be open for Alarm Event Server access (local server only)

> Port 1433 has to be open for the SMS database (local server only)

> Port 1240 has to be open for the Browser Connection Manager (local PC only)

>Port 20978 has to be open for the Alarm Web Service

>Port 502 has to be open for Modbus TCP

>Port 21 has to be open for FTP

>Port 102 has to be open if using TCP/MMS (EGW drivers) 

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Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL184565 V2.0, Originally authored by DaMi on 06/16/2007, Last Edited by MaTh on 02/26/2010
Related ranges: System Manager 3.3, System Manager 4.0

What is the 600 series unit that will fit on to a 125ml modempak ducting

Need to contact Modempak for confirmation (ph - 0800 663 367) but in theory if the mounting clip for the ducting has 84mm
centres it should fit the PDL 600 Series

What is the cut out for a 4013/40?

There is no cut out as it is just a lamp (240V SGU10 CFL). Please clarify which down light it is from as this lamp fits multiple fittings.

Does the 1240/25 series come with gaskets?

No, they are light duty. Buy the 1240HL25 to obtain a heavy duty lid and gasket , or if gasket is required for retro fit then buy 1240GT
For more information on this product range please visit the Clipsal web site on the link provided
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=1240

Is the modena vertical single switch the same size as a 600 Series single switch.

The size for a modena Single Switch PDL881V - 85mm (W) x 124mm (H) x 9mm (D) - Mounting Centres - 84mm

PDL681WH - Plate size 118mm(h) x 74mm(w) - Mounting centres 84mm

ION Setup - Final Time Stamp Missing from Load Profile Report

Issue:
When running the Load Profile Report in ION Setup, the final 12:00 AM time stamp for the date range is missing. This results in the last 15 minutes worth of energy accumulation being excluded from the rest of the data. 



Product Line:
ION Setup

Environment:
ION Setup / Setup Assistant

Cause:
When selecting a date range, ION Setup will only query up to (but not including) the end date.

For example, a Load Profile run from January 24th to January 25th would only include the time stamps that occurred on the 24th. The final 15 minutes worth of energy data that is time stamped as 12:00 AM on January 25th would not be included. 

Resolution:
ION Setup 3.0 Build 15022.02 now gives users the option to select the data type for the Load Profile. 
  • Cumulative parameters (i.e. Energy and Demand)
  • Instantaneous parameters
  • Mixed parameters
The default "Cumulative parameters" will include the final 12:00 AM timestamp in the Load Profile Report. 



TSXSCP114 and TSXSCP1114 serial communications baud rate ranges

 

Goals and Symptoms

This Resolution clarifies the baud rate ranges for the TSXSCP114 and TSXSCP1114 RS422/RS485 Serial Communication cards.

 
Facts and Changes

Unity allows the user to select the same baud rate ranges between the TSXSCP114 and TSXSCP1114 even though their baud rate ranges are different.  Unity does not limit the selection of the baud rates based on the communication card configured.
 

Causes and Fixes

 The baud rate ranges are as follows:

    TSXSCP114 - 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200

    TSXSCP1114 - 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600

The default baud rate is 9600.

Additional Information

Reference Premium and Atrium using Unity Pro Asynchronous Serial Link User Manual, 10/2013.  Part number, 35006178.12.

What are the seismic anchoring requirements for AR2144BLK and AR2145BLK?

Issue:
Customers need to know the seismic anchoring requirements for AR2144BLK and AR2145BLK?

Product Line:
NetShelter VX Seismic
 
Environment:
All models and serial ranges
 
Cause:
Customers require seismic installation of AR2144BLK or AR2145BLK.
 
Resolution:
Seismic installation is covered in the User's Manual. See attached file.
 

What is the Data Type DT in Unity Pro?

 Data Type DT or Date Time is one of several Data Types offered by Unity.
The format of type DT appears as follows.  dt#<year>-<month>-<day>-<hour>:<minute>:<second>

For example, March 1, 2006 12:05 a.m. would look like this: dt#2006-03-01-12:05:00


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL182893 V1.0, Originally authored by DaSo on 03/19/2007, Last Edited by DaSo on 03/19/2007
Related ranges: Unity Pro

What is the replacement for a MSW320R?

The alternitive for the MSW320R is the 56SW320R.

Some of the key features are:
  • 1 gang
  • 107 mm Height x 101 mm Width x 124mm Depth
  • 1.5 - 12 sq mm conductor terminal
  • M150 Motor rating
For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=56SW320R

 

What is the recommended line Fuse and Circuit Breaker size for the ATV58HD79N4XZU?

Issue:   What is the recommended line Fuse and Circuit Breaker size for the ATV58HD79N4XZU?
 
Product Line:   ATV58
 
Environment:  ATV58HD79N4XZU
 
Cause:   Breaker and fuse sizing
 
Resolution:   
The recommended maximum ratings depend on how the drive is used. This is due to the fact that the rated current of the drive varies due to application requirements.

For 60 HP Constant Torque Low Noise (CTLN) and 100 HP Variable Torque (VT) applications, the recommended maximum line fuses are Class J fast acting 200 amp fuses. Class T fuses are acceptable.

For 60 HP Constant Torque Low Noise (CTLN) and 100 HP Variable Torque (VT) applications, the recommended Circuit Breaker is KAL36200 with a minimum enclosure volume of 12900 cubic inches.

For 75 HP Constant Torque (CT) and 75 HP Variable Torque Low Noise (VTLN) applications, the recommended maximum line fuses are Class J fast acting 175 amp fuses. Class T fuses are acceptable.

For 75 HP Constant Torque (CT) and 75 HP Variable Torque Low Noise (VTLN) applications, the recommended Circuit Breaker is KAL36175 with a minimum enclosure volume of 12900 cubic inches.

It is acceptable to use fuses or circuit breakers with lower current ratings.


 

PM8000 default IP address, username, and password

Issue
Require PM8000 default IP address, username, and password

Product Line
PM8000, PM8240, PM8243, PM8244, 

Environment
Web server

Resolution
The default IP address is 169.254.0.10. 

The username and password are defined by your meter’s security configuration; if standard security is enabled, the password is the same as the front display password.
The default username is admin or 8000
The default display password is 0.
 

What is part number for 56 series single phase reversing switch?

The part number for 56 series single phase reversing switch is a 56SW320R.
 

Key Features

  • 1 gang
  • 107 mm Height x 101 mm Width x 124mm Depth
  • 1.5 - 12 sq mm conductor terminal
  • M150 Motor rating
Please follow the link for more information:

https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=56SW320R

Why can't I create a project offline with my variable frequency drive with SoMove?

Issue:
 Creating an Offline Project with SoMove

Product Line:
SoMove

Environment:
Build 2.2 and later

Cause:
The most likely cause is that the DTM files need to be downloaded and installed.

Resolution:
Use this link to download the current version of the Altivar and Altistart DTM files for SOMove.

ATV
https://www.schneider-electric.com/ww/en/download/document/Altivar_DTM_Library?showAsIframe=true&xtmc=altivar%20dtm&xtcr=1

ATS
https://www.schneider-electric.com/ww/en/download/document/Altistart_DTM_Library?showAsIframe=true&xtmc=altistart%20dtm&xtcr=1

SoMove Standalone V2.2
https://www.schneider-electric.com/download/ww/en/results/0/0/8336271-SoMove/1555684/?showAsIframe=false

What are the dimensions and Cut out for the pop up outlet SBIP2P?

The dimensions and Cut out for the pop up outlet SBIP2P are:

Dimensions:
  • 119mm (L) X 124mm (W) X 80mm (D)

Cut out:
  • 105mm (L) X 105mm (W) X 80mm (D)

Some of the key features are:
  • Pop-up outlet
  • 10A Rated
  • 250V
  • Auto Switched
  • Various colours available
For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=SBIP2P


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PowerChute Personal Edition v3.x: Installation says the Data Service failed to start

Issue:
PowerChute Personal Edition v3.x: Installation says the Data Service failed to start

Product Line:
PowerChute Personal Edition (PCPE) version 3.x

Environment:
All supported Windows OS

Cause:
This issue happens if you do not have the latest service pack of .Net 2.0.

Solution:

1.   Open up the Control Panel

2.  Go to Programs and features

3. In the left panel select Turn Windows features on or off

4.  From the list select Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5.x and then click ok.   Windows will install the service

What is the maximum length of cable from HUB to one ATV 58? Is the HUB has some active elements (repeater ICs)inside? If they using all ports to ATV 5...

Goals and Symptoms

What is the maximum length of cable from HUB to one ATV 58? Is the HUB has some active elements (repeater ICs)inside? If they using all ports to ATV 58, then all network cable length can be counted or every node from HUB can be the longest 1200m (400feet)?

Causes and Fixes

There is no active elements inside LU9GC3, it's only a passive PCB. The maximum cable lenght from HUB to ATV is 40 meters but these 40 m are distributed on all ports.

Exemple : for 8 x ATV on the hub, the max lenght by ATV is 5 meters of course if the distribution is homogeneous.

As you said the max lenght for Modbus is 1200 meters, derivation included, in your case if you have only one hub it's 1200 - 40 = 1160 m.


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL160818 V1.0, Originally authored by on , Last Edited by on
Related ranges: Altivar 58

MTBF and Lifetime of the XBTGT/GK range

Goals and Symptoms

What are the MTBF of the XBTGT & XBTGK?

Causes and Fixes


XBTGT2330:
Lifetime: 50000 hours
Mean Time Between Failures : 12418 hours
... (see attached files for all details)
XBTGT5330:
Lifetime: 50000 hours
Mean Time Between Failures :7644 hours


XBTGK2120:
Lifetime: 50000 hours
Mean Time Between Failures : 13058 hours
XBTGK2330:
Lifetime: 50000 hours
Mean Time Between Failures :8673 hours
XBTGK5330:
Lifetime: 50000 hours
Mean Time Between Failures : 6031 hours
(see attached files for all details)

Attachments

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Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL177318 V2.0, Originally authored by JaOu on 05/27/2008, Last Edited by DaBr on 05/27/2008
Related ranges: Magelis XBT GK, Magelis XBT GT

What version of SQL Server is used with the different versions of ION Enterprise?

ION Enterprise 3.0 MSDE 1.0 (SQL Server 7.0)
ION Enterprise 4.0 MSDE 1.0 (SQL Server 7.0)

ION Enterprise 4.5 MSDE 1.0 (SQL Server 7.0)

ION Enterprise 5.0 MSDE 2000 (SQL Server 2000)

ION Enterprise 5.5 MSDE 2000 (SQL Server 2000)

NOTE: It is possible to use ION Enterprise 5.5 Service Pack 2 with SQL Server 2005, but some modifications are required. See KB articles 12704, 12708 and 12823 for detailed information.

ION Enterprise 5.6 SQL 2005 Express (SQL Server 2005)
NOTE: ION Enterprise 5.6 will use an existing MSDE 2000 instance, but will install SQL Express on new systems if there is no pre-existing SQL Server instance.
ION Enterprise 6.0 SQL 2005 Express with Reporting Services SP3 (SQL Server 2005 SP3 with Reporting Services)
NOTES: The ION Enterprise 6.0 installer will upgrade an existing MSDE 2000 instance to SQL Server 2005 Express with Reporting Services. ION Enterprise 6.0 does not support SQL Server 2000. It also does not support SQL Server 2008

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    All content © 1992-2009 Schneider Electric


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL188782 V3.0, Originally authored by KBAdPM on 11/02/2007, Last Edited by JaMc on 10/15/2009
Related ranges: ION Enterprise V5.5, ION Enterprise V5.0, ION Enterprise V4.5, ION Enterprise V4.0

Type Test Certificate for Evolis 17.5kV 25kA 1250A

We do not provide our test reports but instead provide a declaration of conformity in accordance with MVS policy.

You will find attached the official note from MVS manager's which explains the different steps.

It is only allowed if some technical discussion is started with the customer, involving skilled individuals, and a non-disclosure agreement is signed;

For a declaration of conformity, we mention all the tests performed in accordance with IEC standards.

We can also provide only the third first pages of each test reports.

If a customer is adamant about needing the reports the documents will only be provided if they sign a Non Disclosure Agreement (NDA) as mentioned in the note.

So you will find attached the declaration of conformity for Evolis fixed version 17.5 kV - 1250 A -  25 kA
 

Advanced Reports archive job failing to archive data from the database

Goals and Symptoms

Issue
The DBMaintenance job which archives Advanced Report's data is failing and the archives are not being created.

The following error message can be seen in the Windows PowerLogic Event Log:

Message:PerformArchiv_Failed: Timeout expired. The timeout period elapsed prior to completion of the operation or the server is not responding.
Type:PowerLogic.PMOApplicationException

Causes and Fixes

Cause

Advanced Reports archive job has a default timeout of 30 minutes. If the archive job does not complete in it the time allotted the archive job will quit and the data will not be archived.


Resolution

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. 


The Advanced Reports archive query timeout can be adjusted in the registry at:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Square D Company\Advanced Reports\Report Database\Archive

Change the DWORD QueryTimeoutSecs from its default value of 1800 (30 minutes) to 14400 (4 hours).

The new timeout value will give the archive job ample time to complete and remove data beyond the retention period from the SMS_AR_Report database.


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL211198 V1.0, Originally authored by MaTh on 04/12/2013, Last Edited by MaTh on 04/12/2013
Related ranges: System Manager 4.2, System Manager 4.3

Is there a depth extender for the rear or front of NetShelter SX cabinets? Is there a way to bay the rear of cabinets that are different depths?

Issue:
Customers may want extra depth in a cabinet for deep equipment or cable management, or to make cabinets of different depths flush for baying. 

Product Line:
NetShelter SX

Environment:
All versions and serial ranges.

Cause:
In order to bay cabinets of different depths there needs to be a way to extend a cabinet's depth. Sometimes extra depth is required because the equipment or cables require more room.

Resolution:
The EcoAisle product line offers depth extenders. They can also be used outside of an EcoAisle installation. The depth extender can be used in the front or read ot a cabinet. They only make the cabinet deeper. They do not extend the mounting depth of accessory mounting rails. Depth extenders were originally designed to allow cabinets of different depths to match so they can be bayed. The roof of the depth extender is not load bearing. Do not run cables, troughs or ladders atop the depth extenders. 
Please see skus: ACDC2550, ACDC2551.
The depth extenders can also be cascaded. When doing so be aware that the rear rails do not extend past the original cabinet so additional depth extensions may impede access to equipment. 

Can depth extenders such as ACDC2551 be added to the rear of a 1200mm deep cabinet?

Issue: 
The NetShelter Compatibility Chart refers to this FAQ. 

Product Line: 
NetShelter SX

Environment: 
All models, all serial numbers. 

Cause: 
A customer may need extra depth, even on the 1200mm deep cabinets. 

Resolution: 
The ACDC2551 and other depth extenders were originally designed to be installed on the 1070mm deep cabinets to make them flush with 1200mm deep cabinets, so they're marked on the NetShelter Compatibility Chart as being compatible with the 1070mm deep cabinets only, but they can be installed onto a 1200mm deep cabinet. The depth extender adds depth only, not mounting rail depth. They are not load bearing. 
Deeper custom cabinets will have mounting rail capability for the full depth. See page 17 of the attached file "NetShelter ATO Custom Cabinet and PDU Brochure", or use this link: https://www.apc.com/us/en/prod_docs/results.cfm?DocType=Brochure&Query_Type=3&Value=588 

How can I direct the diagnostics display to write to a file on the E-series SCADAPack file system?

The diagnostic display can be directed to an SCADAPack E file, rtudiag.log with the use of the FILEDIAG command.

The diagnostic display can only be directed to a single service at any given time, and so if the diagnostic mode is already enabled in the RTU, it will have to be disabled before diagnostic file logging can commence.

If the FILEDIAG command is invoked while a diagnostic display session is active, the following message will be displayed

Diagnostic display already in-use

Use RESTART DIAG to disconnect remote user

The available commands are as follows:

FILEDIAG [filesize]
 This command is used to enable diagnostic file logging. Filesize is an optional parameter:

· If filesize is not specified, there is no limit to the size of the log file (rtudiag.log).  

· If filesize is specified, diagnostic file logging is stopped when the rtudiag.log file exceeds that size. Because the filesize parameter is used as a trigger to stop diagnostic logging, a few seconds worth of diagnostic information may be appended to the rtudiag.log file after the specified file size is reached.

Activating diagnostic file logging will overwrite any previously created rtudiag.log files.
 
FILEDIAG 0
 This command is used to disable diagnostic file logging.
 
A FILEDIAG request with no file size specified will be characterized by the following messages. On SCADAPack 530E and SCADAPack 535E RTUs, the /user prompt replaces c:\ in the messages.

Diagnostic File Logging Commenced (c:\rtudiag.log). Max size not restricted

Use command FILEDIAG 0 to disable

A FILEDIAG request that specifies a file size, e.g. FILEDIAG 12000, will be characterised by the following messages:

Diagnostic File Logging Commenced (c:\rtudiag.log). Max size = 12000 bytes

Use command FILEDIAG 0 to disable

 A FILEDIAG 0 request to disable diagnostic file logging will be characterised by the following message

Diagnostic File Logging Disabled

 

3090SCCT Frequently Asked Questions

Product Line
3090SCCT

Environment
Current Transformer

Resolution
What is the minimum load require for accurate readings?
A load of 10% of the max load is required in order to saturate the CT.

For example, a 3090SCCT124 with a 1200A maximum requires a 120A load to be accurate.

Note:Technical support will not troubleshoot loads below 10%.

Is there a 3090SCCT smaller than 200:5?
No. If more accuracy is required please see FA212449 for Solid Core CTs.

Which wire is the positive and negative for the 3090SCCT?
X1, S1, or H1 is the positive wire.
X2, S2, or H2 is the negative wire.

Schneider Electric model SCCT current transformers identify the X1 wire as WHITE and the X2 wire as BLACK.


See FA212245 for all of the wiring standards of the 3090SCCT.

Where can the 3090SCCT cut sheet be found?
The cut sheet for 3090SCCT can be found in FA212730.

Can the leads be extend on the 3090SCCT?
Yes. Please see FA212841.

Are 3090SCCTs sold individually or in sets?
Individually. 

Are the 3090SCCT series current transformers rated for outdoor use?
No. Please see FA212946.

What is the part number for the 3090SCCT?
Part Number Description
3090SCCT022 SPLIT-CORE CT, 200A, 1.25" X 1.51" ID
3090SCCT032 SPLIT-CORE CT, 300A, 1.25" X 1.51" ID
3090SCCT043 SPLIT-CORE CT, 400A, 2.45" X 2.89" ID
3090SCCT063 SPLIT-CORE CT, 600A, 2.45" X 2.89" ID
3090SCCT083 SPLIT-CORE CT, 800A, 2.45" X 2.89"ID
3090SCCT084 SPLIT-CORE CT, 800A, 2.45" X 5.50" ID
3090SCCT124 SPLIT-CORE CT, 1200A, 2.45" X 5.50" ID
3090SCCT164 SPLIT-CORE CT, 1600A, 2.45" X 5.50" ID
3090SCCT204 SPLIT-CORE CT, 2000A, 2.45" X 5.50" ID
3090SCCT244 SPLIT-CORE CT, 2400A, 2.45"X5.50" ID

Notes:
  1. For split-core CTs rated for 2400A to 6000A, please refer to FA359622
  2. For quotes, please contact inside sales at 615-538-3845.

Video: How to perform a cold start and brain dead on Smart-UPS

Issue:
This document explains how to perform the Cold Start and Brain Dead procedures.

Product Line:
Smart-UPS

Environment:
All models, all serial numbers

Cause:
The Cold start procedure is used to determine if a UPS is functional if it will not turn on when plugged into utility power.
The Brain Dead procedure performs a hard reset of the Smart-Ups microprocessor. It does not however reset saved preferences.

Resolution:

Cold Start:
This is a great way to establish if a UPS will not turn on due to bad input power. Never use a Cold Start to troubleshoot a bad battery LED as it will clear the light most every time even if the battery is actually bad. This is because the self-test is comparing the battery health compared to the load attached. If there is no load attached, the battery will appear healthy.
 
1) Turn off and unplug the Smart-UPS from wall. Remove any attached load.
2) Press and hold the power button (labeled ""I/TEST"" on legacy non-LCD screen units) on the front of the UPS until you hear a LONG beep.
3) Let go DURING the long beep. If you let go after the beep ends you will need to try again.
4) UPS should go through its' normal self test and end up on battery with 4 beeps every 30 seconds. This shows that the UPS is functioning correctly and can both pass a self test and function on battery.
5) You can now plug your UPS back into the wall. If the input power is acceptable the UPS will transfer back online.

The following video demonstrates how to perform a Cold Start on a SUA series Smart-UPS:




Brain Dead:
If you have an SUA or SUM unit, you can use this procedure to switch between Serial and USB communications. It forces a "reboot" of the internal microprocessor, but it will not erase any stored settings.
Useful for basic troubleshooting as it resets the logic of the UPS. 
 
For SU, SUA, SUM, or SURT Units:
1) Turn off and unplug UPS from wall
2) Press and hold the OFF button again (Alternately, you could disconnect the internal battery)
3) You may see a quick flash of the LED's and you should hear an audible ""click"" from the UPS.
4) Plug UPS back into the wall and turn UPS back on
 
For SMC, SMT, SMX, and SRT Units:
1) Turn off and unplug UPS from wall
2) Disconnect Battery
3) You may hear an audible ""click"" from the UPS.
4) Reconnect battery, plug unit back in the wall, and turn UPS back on

The following video demonstrates how to perform a Brain Dead Reset on a SMT & SMX series Smart-UPS:



The following video demonstrates how to perform a Brain Dead Reset on a SUA series Smart-UPS:



The following video demonstrates how to perform a Brain Dead Reset on a SRT series On-Line Smart-UPS:

ION Enterprise 5.6 builds 447 and 448 will not upgrade to SP2 on client machine, secondary server, or database server

This customer support bulletin identifies a potential issue with ION Enterprise 5.6 B447 and 448 when upgrading to Service Pack 2, and explains the resolution.
Description:
There is a problem with the ION E 5.6 SP2 Installer when executed against builds 447 and 448 of ION Enterprise 5.6. The problem results in an upgrade installation failure when run on a client machine, secondary server or database server. The upgrade of a primary server will succeed When the SP2 install fails, the customer is left with the pre-existing version (5.6 or 5.6 SP1). This rollback will not appear to impact the function of the client, secondary or database server, but will leave the customer with a system where the primary is using a different version than the other machines; an unsupported configuration which may result in data and connection errors. We have determined that the stated builds were delivered during May, June and July 2007. The issue does not affect build 449, which has been in release since July 31st, 2007.

Resolution:
A modified version of the service pack will be available for download from the website by October 13th, 2008, at 12:00 PM GMT. Any installation of Service Pack 2, whether by the customer or a proxy on behalf of the customer, must use the modified version. The modified version will work with build 449 as well.

Workaround:
The following workaround is available for customers unable to wait for the modified version of the service pack. However, as the workaround involves shipment and end-customer delivery of a CD, it is likely that downloadable service pack will be available by the time the workaround can be implemented. In addition, there are steps which should be taken in the event the customer needs to upgrade a database server, and we strongly suggest tech support be contacted if this is the case.

  1. Verify the customer is using build 447 or 448 of ION Enterpise 5.6, as the following is not necessary if they are using build 449. To verify, open the file "ION Enterprise5.6Setup.log" on the client, secondary or database server. Note: If you have previously installed Service Pack 1, open the file called "ION Enterprise_5.6_SetupLog(1).log" instead. The build will be listed on the 15th line, and will resemble "OK (0) ION Enterprise 5.6 build 448".
  2. Request a new ION Enterprise 5.6 CD via PMC Technical Support. All new versions use build 449.
  3. Upon delivery, uninstall ION Enterprise 5.6.
  4. Re-Install using the delivered CD.
  5. Install Service Pack 2. At this point, the version of the service pack is not of consequence, as there is no issue with build 449.


If you have questions about this bulletin, use any of the various means of contacting us presented on the following web page to communicate to us:

https://www.global.powerlogic.com/support/contacts/default.aspx
 

Last Revised: 22 Sept 2008

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Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL192820 V2.0, Originally authored by DaMi on 09/24/2008, Last Edited by DaTh on 10/29/2008
Related ranges: ION Enterprise V5.6

PM8000 Frequently Asked Questions

Issue
PM8000 Frequently Asked Questions

Product Line
PM8000 series meters
PM8240
PM8243
PM8244

Environment
Power Monitoring
Energy Management
Specification, Functions and Characteristics, Catalog Number, User Guide, Installation Guide

Issue
Find the answer to commonly asked questions about the PM8000 as well as user/installation guides for that meter.

Resolution

What are the control power input requirements?
120 to 300 V DC ± 10%
50/60 Hz ± 10% : 90 to 415 V ± 10%
Burden:
    Meter only: 18VA max at 415V AC, 6W at 300V DC
    Fully optioned Meter: 36 VA max at 415V AC, 17W at 300V DC

What is the rating of the current inputs?
Nominal 5 A (Class 0.2S) or 1 A (Class 0.5S )
Measured current: 50 mA to 10 A
Starting current: 5 mA
Withstand: 20 A continuous, 50 A @10 sec/hr, 500 @ 1 sec/hr
Impedance: 0.3 mΩ
Burden: 0.024 VA at 10 A

What are the voltage inputs rated at?
Measured voltage: 57 to 400 V L-N / 100 to 690 V L-L (Wye) or 100 to 600 V L-L (Delta or Wye with unearthed neutral)
Frequency: 50/60 Hz ± 15%,
400 Hz ± 10%
Overload: 600 V L-N or
1035 V L-L

What are the options to connect the PM8000 via RS485?
The PM8000 can be connected via RS485 2 wire. The remote display does not have the option to connect RS485 4 wire as the PM800 does.
in order to communicate RS485 4-wire, a 2 to 4 wire converter needs to be used.

What are the maximum number of digital and analog inputs on the PM8000 series?
27 Digital inputs
16 Analog inputs

What is the difference between PM8243 and PM8244?
PM8243 is DIN rail meter with no display.
PM8244 is DIN rail meter with remote display. The PM8244 is essentially a PM8243 + remote display (PM89RD96) 

Documentation:
For additional specifications for your meter and accessories, view the User Manual on page 155-160 (Document # 7EN02-0336-03).
PowerLogic PM8000 series User manual: https://www.schneider-electric.us/en/download/document/7EN02-0336/

For specifications related to installation, such as measured voltage and current ranges, inputs/outputs and control power information, View the installation sheet attached on page 7 (Document # EAV47344-03).
PowerLogic PM8240 installation guide: https://www.schneider-electric.us/en/download/document/EAV47343/
PowerLogic PM8243 installation guide: https://www.schneider-electric.us/en/download/document/EAV47344/

For complete specifications and Catalog number, view PM8000 Technical Datasheet attached.
PM8000 Technical Datasheet: https://www.schneider-electric.com/en/download/document/PLSED310058EN_Web/

For information on installing the remote display see the PM89RD96 installation sheet.
PowerLogic PM89RD96 installation sheet: https://www.schneider-electric.us/en/download/document/EAV47345/

For information on installing the digital and analog option modules see PM89M2600 & PM89M0024 installation sheet.
PowerLogic PM89M2600 & PM89M0024 installation sheet: https://www.schneider-electric.us/en/download/document/EAV47347/

For information on the PM8000 Modbus registers see the PM8000 Modbus Map.
PM8000 Modbus Map: https://www.schneider-electric.com/en/download/document/PM8000_Modbus_Map/
 

ITI (CBEMA) Curve

ITI (CBEMA) CURVE APPLICATION NOTE


The ITI (CBEMA) Curve, included within this Application Note, is published by Technical Committee 3 (TC3) of the Information Technology Industry Council (ITI, formerly known as the Computer & Business Equipment Manufacturer's Association). It is available at https://www.itic.org/archives/iticurv.pdf


1. Scope

The ITI (CBEMA) Curve and this Application Note describe an AC input voltage boundary which typically can be tolerated (no interruption in function) by most Information Technology Equipment (ITE). The Curve and this Application Note comprise a single document and are not to be considered separately from each other. They are not intended to serve as a design specification for products or AC distribution systems. The Curve and this Application Note describe both steady-state and transitory conditions.


2. Applicability

The Curve and this Application Note are applicable to 120V nominal voltages obtained from 120V, 208Y/120V, and 120/240V 60Hz systems. Other nominal voltages and frequencies are not specifically considered and it is the responsibility of the user to determine the applicability of these documents for such conditions.


3. Discussion

This section provides a brief description of the individual conditions which are considered in the Curve. For all conditions, the term ""nominal voltage"" implies an ideal condition of 120V RMS, 60Hz.

Seven types of events are described in this composite boundary. Each event is briefly described in the following sections, with two similar line voltage sags being described under a single heading. Two regions outside the shaded portion of the boundary are also noted. All conditions are assumed to be mutually exclusive at any point in time, and with the exception of steady-state tolerances, are assumed to commence from the nominal voltage.


3.1. Steady-State Tolerances

The steady-state range describes an RMS voltage which is either very slowly varying or is constant. The subject range is +/- 10 0.000000rom the nominal voltage. Any voltages in this range may be present for an indefinite period, and are a function of normal loading and losses in the distribution system.


3.2. Line Voltage Swell

This region describes a voltage swell having an RMS amplitude of up to 1200f the RMS nominal voltage, with a duration of up to 0.5 seconds. This transient may occur when large loads are removed from the system or when voltage is supplied from sources other than the electric utility.


3.3. Low-Frequency Decaying Ringwave

This region describes a decaying ringwave transient which typically results from the connection of power-factor-correction capacitors to an AC distribution system. The frequency of this transient may range from 200Hz to 5KHz, depending upon the resonant frequency of the AC distribution system. The magnitude of the transient is expressed as a percentage of the peak 60Hz nominal voltage (not the RMS value). The transient is assumed to be completely decayed by the end of the half-cycle in which it occurs. The transient is assumed to occur near the peak of the nominal voltage waveform. The amplitude of the transient varies from 140 0.000000or 200Hz ringwaves to 200 0.000000 or 5KHz ringwaves, with a linear increase in amplitude with increasing frequency. Refer to Figure 1 for an example of a typical waveform.


3.4. High-Frequency Impulse and Ringwave

This region describes the transients which typically occur as a result of lightning strikes. Wave shapes applicable to this transient and general test conditions are described in ANSI/IEEE C62.41-1991. This region of the curve deals with both amplitude and duration (energy), rather than RMS amplitude. The intent is to provide an 80 Joule minimum transient immunity.


3.5. Voltage Sags

Two different RMS voltage sags are described. Generally, these transients result from application of heavy loads, as well as fault conditions, at various points in the AC distribution system. Sags to 80% of nominal (maximum deviation of 20%) are assumed to have a typical duration of up to 10 seconds, and sags to 701000f nominal (maximum deviation of 30%) are assumed to have a duration of up to 0.5 seconds.


3.6. Dropout

A voltage dropout includes both severe RMS voltage sags and complete interruptions of the applied voltage, followed by immediate re-application of the nominal voltage. The interruption may last up to 20 milliseconds. This transient typically results from the occurrence and subsequent clearing of faults in the AC distribution system.


3.7. No-Damage Region

Events in this region include sags and dropouts which are more severe than those specified in the preceding paragraphs, and continuously applied voltages which are less than the lower limit of the steady-state tolerance range. The normal functional state of the ITE is not typically expected during these conditions, but no damage to the ITE should result.


3.8. Prohibited Region

This region includes any surge or swell which exceeds the upper limit of the boundary. If ITE is subjected to such conditions, damage to the ITE may result.

ITI (CBEMA) Curve (Revised 1996)


Published by:

Information Technology Industry Council (ITI)
1250 Eye Street NW Suite 200
Washington DC 20005
https://www.itic.org


ITI, the Information Technology Industry Council, represents the leading U.S. providers of information technology products and services. Our members had worldwide revenues of $405 billion in 1996. They employ more than 1.5 million in the United States. ITI member companies are responsible for more than 16% of all U.S. industrial-funded research and development and over 500f all information technology research and engineering.

How to configure energy pulsing on the E5600 with ION Setup.

Goals and Symptoms

Procedure below shows how to configure pulsing on the E5600 meter.

Causes and Fixes

How to configure pulses on E5600:
The PT/CT ratios do not have any effect on the rate of pulses. The screen shown in Figure 1 is available when you setup your meter in ION Setup. It has fewer modules compared to some of the higher end meters. Basic setup is where you can configure the PT/CT ratios.


Figure 1: Basic Setup

The first step is to go in the demand module (refer to Figure 2) and set the Block Length to 15 minutes (this should be the default setting).


Figure 2: Demand Module

After setting the demand interval, select Energy Pulsing and the screen in Figure 3 will appear. The pulses by default are disabled. After enabling the pulses and the selecting the source, the KE Values are then selected.

Ke=energy (kW) per pulse, Minimum value of Ke is 0.001 and Maximum value is 16.

The meter will pulse when Ke > Kwh Del (for the following screen where kWh Del is selected to be the source). In order to check when the meter will pulse the following equation can be used:

Ke (in Kwh units) > Kwh/PT*CT


Figure 3: Energy Pulsing

 

How to check pulses on the E5600:

Without connecting any device to the meter the following registers can be read through modbus to see if the meter is pulsing through its digital outputs. The registers show ON or OFF status only. If the meter is pulsing the value for the register will be switching between 1 and 0.

40061
KY Output 1 Relay Status
40062
KY Output 2 Relay Status

The other simple test is to connect the digital outputs to the digital inputs of the meter to check the pulses. In which cases the following registers can be read through Modbus to see if the digital inputs are receiving pulsing signals. The registers show ON or OFF status only

 

40063
External Input 1 Status
40064
External Input 2 Status

Digital outputs can handle at the most 120mA. The Digital Output Specifications in the installation guide gives more detailed specifications.

 



Once it has been determined that the meter is pulsing properly, master reset the meter. This step is necessary since the meter does not pulse until the first demand interval is completed. For example, if the meter time is at 12:01 pm and the Block length is set to 15 minutes then the first pulse will happen at 12:15pm. This is true even if the meter has accumulated enough energy to pulse. By changing the demand interval to something less than 15 minutes does not help in the meter to pulse early.

Please note: From the Digital output the meter performs KY pulsing, hence after 2 Ke you would see a transition as can be seen in figure 4 below. Make sure on the software side you multiply the pulse counter by a factor of two to get the right number of pulses to determine accurately the energy measured.

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Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL200295 V1.0, Originally authored by MiNe on 10/21/2009, Last Edited by MiNe on 10/21/2009
Related ranges: ION Setup 2.2, E5600

Parameters for setting up multiple monitors in a SCADA project

Issue
Setting up multiple monitors

Product Line
PowerSCADA Expert (8.x, 9.0)

Environment
Computer Setup Editor
INI Parameters

Cause
Multiple monitors being utilized in the project

Resolution
The following parameters are used to control how multiple monitors function in a project.

PSE 8.0

[MultiMonitors]DisableAutoStart
Used to stop the MultiMonitor functionality from being loaded automatically at startup
False (0)- Enable startup loading of Multimonitor functionality
True (1)- Disable startup loading of Multimonitor functionality
Default value: 0

[MultiMonitors]Monitors
Indicates the number of monitors the project will be displayed on; the project can be displayed on a maximum of 8 monitors
Default value: 1

[MultiMonitors]StartupPage<n>
Determines the pages that appear when starting up a multi monitor setup. For example, StartupPage1 determines the page that appears on the first monitor at startup, StartupPage2 determines what appears on the second monitor, and so on.
Default Value: If left blank, the page specified in parameter '[Page] Startup' will be displayed

PSO 9.0

1. Common Parameters​

[MultiMonitors]DisableAutoStart 
Used to stop the MultiMonitor functionality from being loaded automatically at startup.
Note: Use the MultiMonitorStart() cicode function to load the MultiMonitor function if required
Allowable Values: 
• False (0)- Enable startup loading of Multimonitor functionality
• True (1)- Disable startup loading of Multimonitor functionality
Default Value: False (0)

[MultiMonitors]Monitors 
Indicates the number of monitors configured for the project. 
Note: This parameter is ignored if the ScreenProfile parameter is used.
Allowable Values: 1 to 8. 
Default Value: 1 

[MultiMonitors]ScreenProfile
Sets the arrangement of monitors on a client workstation for a project. 
Allowable Values: Any valid screen profile name 
Default: None

[MultiMonitors]StartupPage<n>
Determines the pages that appear when starting up a multi monitor setup. For example, StartupPagePrimary determines the page that appears on the first monitor at startup, StartupPage1 (the name you have assigned to the parameter) determines what appears on the second monitor, and so on. 
Allowable Values: Any valid page name 
Default Value: If left blank, the page specified in parameter [Page] Startup. 

[MultiMonitors]StartupPage<Name>
Determines the page that appears on the monitor that corresponds to the screen named "Screen1" in the screen profile. 
On start up, Citect SCADA will compare the physical monitors on the workstation to the screens in the screen profile and attempt to map screens to monitors based on the resolution and relative position to the primary monitor/screen. If a physical monitor cannot be found, for example it has failed or been disconnected or the configuration is incorrect, that screen will be mapped to the primary monitor. So, you may have multiple pages displayed on the primary monitor.
Note: If you don't specify a startup page for a monitor in the Setup wizard, any startup page setting in the Citect.ini file will be replaced by ><. This overrides the configuration of a monitor set up with a page in the Parameters database.
Allowable Values: Any valid page name 
Default Value: No default. However, if no value has been specified for any of the screens, the page specified by the [Page] Startup parameter will be shown on the primary screen only. 


2. CSV Parameters

[MultiMonitors]LastPageStackSize 
Determines the maximum number of pages that can be included in the Back button's drop-down list of previously visited pages. 
Allowable Values: 1 - 10 
Default Value: 10 

[MultiMonitors]ScreenWidth 
Adjusts the displayed page to suit the width of the screen in pixels. If you are not running with the recommended default screen size of 1024 x 768, you should adjust this setting to match the screen width of one monitor. 
Allowable Values: 640, 800, 1024, 1152, 1280, 1920, etc. 
Default Value: 1024


3. Situational Awareness Parameters

[MultiMonitors]Context<n>
Allows you to share a single context with one or more screens.
Note: This parameter is only valid for Situational Awareness projects.
Allowable Values: Any valid context name.
Default: None


[MultiMonitors]Workspaces
Indicates the number of workspace pages that are shown. This parameter is only relevant when using Situational Awareness workspaces.
Note: If the number specified is incorrect (value too low), the Workspace functionality may not work as expected, or there may be a delay before workspaces are initialized (value too high).
Allowable values:Values between 1 to 20
Default: 1


Note: For complete list of parameters refer to Setup Editor from PowerSCADA Editor.

ION8400 Firmware Features (Public Release Notes) for V261, V244, V240 and V232

 

New Features in the V261 firmware:

Firmware version 261 for the ION 8000 series supports the following new features:

Adds several DNP protocol enhancements, including:

    • DNP supported over Ethernet.
    • Multi-port DNP support for up to three simultaneous connections in any combination of serial and Ethernet.
Adds IRIG-B* functionality (order option):
    • All IRIG-B equipped meters are configured in the factory to synchronize via GPS using unmodulated IRIG-B time code data.
*This option requires a receiver capable of unmodulated IRIG-B time code output (not included).

 

New Features in the V244 firmware:


Firmware version 244 (V244) for the ION 8500 meter supports the following new features:

    • Adds factory terminal support to choose between Temperature Compensation Algorithm and Crystal Option for the clock.
    • Fixes behaviour... Meter stays in test mode through power cycle with advanced securities enabled.


New Features in the V240 firmware:

Networking and Internet Connectivity
    • More robust and stable TCP/IP stack is introduced.
    • New configurable Web Pages are introduced.
    • Log Mail module has been replaced by the Log Export module, which sends log data in an XML format that is compatible with the MeterMail Archive.
Rapid Meter Programming

Rapid Meter Programming dramatically reduces the time required to complete a framework upgrade operation in ION 8000 series. It allows customers to load a complete custom framework into an ION device in approximately 5 minutes over a 9600-baud serial connection. For this feature to operate there must be a compatible version of ION Setup.

Instrument Transformer Correction Module

The Instrument Transformer Correction module is a core module that allows customers to correct for inaccuracies in the current transformers (CTs) and potential transformers (PTs). There is an Instrument Transformer Correction module for each current and voltage input into the meter.

The primary application for instrument transformer correction is to apply correction factors for ratio errors and phase angle errors to instrument transformers. Instrument transformer correction reduces or eliminates the need to replace transformers in installations where high-accuracy is required.

Integrator Module

Version V240 allows Integrator modules to count by steps (every 15 minutes) to allow more accurate validation in MV90.

Operations/Control

Resetting battery counters through ION Setup, or ION Designer is provided.

Harmonic Measurements

Enhancements made to the Harmonics Measurement Module (HME):

    • An evaluate input to be pulsed at 15s or 10 minute intervals to perform RMS averaging according to IEC (6)1000-4-7.
    • A setup register for selecting whether the values are provided in engineering units or percentage of the fundamental.
    • A setup register for specifying, if the Evaluate input is linked, whether the output values represent the maximum of the 'TVS values' or the average of the 'TVS values'.
Sag/Swell Event Monitoring

If sag/swell event is accompanied with an power outage event, the sag/swell module now reports the sag/swell info as well as the actual outage duration.

The V240 release also fixes, or improves the following:

    • The output register named as "Battery Minutes" in ION Diagnostic Module is renamed as "Battery Remaining".
    • Alert Module Trigger pulses occurred first 30 seconds during start up will not be ignored.
    • Alert Module - Alert will accept control commands <CR><LF>.
    • Demand Update - Predicted Demand calculated correctly now in "Every Second" mode.
    • Demand Update - Output timestamps is now updated in "Every Second" mode.
    • DNP number of output handles returned is now correct.
    • 10 New Counter Modules added.
    • Configurable receive timeout is added to Ethernet COMs.
    • 5 New External Boolean Modules.
    • Initialization of Digital Inputs is corrected. Prior to V240, if the digital inputs are ON during startup, the meter reports incorrect transitions on digital inputs.


New Features in V232 firmware:
    • Support for time and date formats in the display modules, enabling displays with nothing but date and/or time and/or time remaining in the current demand interval.
    • Improved disk simulator
    • A new Ethernet port option on ION 8300 meters.
    • Enhanced Test Functions when using Transformer Loss Compensation. Easier meter testing is now possible because the addition of a single-phase TLC (transformer loss compensation) algorithm meaning users can run the meter in Test Mode using a single phase test set rather than having to use a three phase test set.
    • Improved Logging on Power Outages. Customers can now choose an option that determines how the meter handles logged information after a power outage condition.
    • Variable update rate for demand values - the Sliding Window/Rolling Block module has a new setup register "Update Rate" that defines the update rate of the SWin Demand output register. Updates can be made at the end of each sub-interval or every second. Updates every second are required for Demand Forgiveness functionality. For more information, refer to the Sliding Window module description in the online ION Programmers Reference.
 

 Note:
Since V231 ION 8000 series firmware has contained advanced security. Pegasys users must NOT enable this feature as you will no longer be able to communicate to the meter. The Advanced Security feature is designed to work with ION Enterprise and ION Setup.

 



Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL205236 V1.0, Originally authored by DaMi on 04/30/2011, Last Edited by DaMi on 04/30/2011
Related ranges: ION8400

ION8300 Firmware Features (Public Release Notes) for V261, V244, V240 and V232

 

ION8300 Firmware Features

Note:
Since V231 ION 8000 series firmware has contained advanced security. Pegasys users must NOT enable this feature as you will no longer be able to communicate to the meter. The Advanced Security feature is designed to work with ION Enterprise and ION Setup.

 


New Features in the V261 firmware:

Firmware version 261 for the ION 8000 series supports the following new features:

Adds several DNP protocol enhancements, including:

    • DNP supported over Ethernet.
    • Multi-port DNP support for up to three simultaneous connections in any combination of serial and Ethernet.
Adds IRIG-B* functionality (order option):
    • All IRIG-B equipped meters are configured in the factory to synchronize via GPS using unmodulated IRIG-B time code data.
*This option requires a receiver capable of unmodulated IRIG-B time code output (not included).

New Features in the V244 firmware:


Firmware version 244 (V244) for the ION 8500 meter supports the following new features:

    • Adds factory terminal support to choose between Temperature Compensation Algorithm and Crystal Option for the clock.
    • Fixes behaviour... Meter stays in test mode through power cycle with advanced securities enabled.

New Features in the V240 firmware:

Networking and Internet Connectivity
    • More robust and stable TCP/IP stack is introduced.
    • New configurable Web Pages are introduced.
    • Log Mail module has been replaced by the Log Export module, which sends log data in an XML format that is compatible with the MeterMail Archive.
Rapid Meter Programming

Rapid Meter Programming dramatically reduces the time required to complete a framework upgrade operation in ION 8000 series. It allows customers to load a complete custom framework into an ION device in approximately 5 minutes over a 9600-baud serial connection. For this feature to operate there must be a compatible version of ION Setup.

Instrument Transformer Correction Module

The Instrument Transformer Correction module is a core module that allows customers to correct for inaccuracies in the current transformers (CTs) and potential transformers (PTs). There is an Instrument Transformer Correction module for each current and voltage input into the meter.

The primary application for instrument transformer correction is to apply correction factors for ratio errors and phase angle errors to instrument transformers. Instrument transformer correction reduces or eliminates the need to replace transformers in installations where high-accuracy is required.

Integrator Module

Version V240 allows Integrator modules to count by steps (every 15 minutes) to allow more accurate validation in MV90.

Operations/Control

Resetting battery counters through ION Setup, or ION Designer is provided.

Harmonic Measurements

Enhancements made to the Harmonics Measurement Module (HME):

    • An evaluate input to be pulsed at 15s or 10 minute intervals to perform RMS averaging according to IEC (6)1000-4-7.
    • A setup register for selecting whether the values are provided in engineering units or percentage of the fundamental.
    • A setup register for specifying, if the Evaluate input is linked, whether the output values represent the maximum of the 'TVS values' or the average of the 'TVS values'.
Sag/Swell Event Monitoring

If sag/swell event is accompanied with an power outage event, the sag/swell module now reports the sag/swell info as well as the actual outage duration.

The V240 release also fixes, or improves the following:

    • The output register named as "Battery Minutes" in ION Diagnostic Module is renamed as "Battery Remaining".
    • Alert Module Trigger pulses occurred first 30 seconds during start up will not be ignored.
    • Alert Module - Alert will accept control commands <CR><LF>.
    • Demand Update - Predicted Demand calculated correctly now in "Every Second" mode.
    • Demand Update - Output timestamps is now updated in "Every Second" mode.
    • DNP number of output handles returned is now correct.
    • 10 New Counter Modules added.
    • Configurable receive timeout is added to Ethernet COMs.
    • 5 New External Boolean Modules.
    • Initialization of Digital Inputs is corrected. Prior to V240, if the digital inputs are ON during startup, the meter reports incorrect transitions on digital inputs.


New Features in V232 firmware:
    • Support for time and date formats in the display modules, enabling displays with nothing but date and/or time and/or time remaining in the current demand interval.
    • Improved disk simulator
    • A new Ethernet port option on ION 8300 meters.
    • Enhanced Test Functions when using Transformer Loss Compensation. Easier meter testing is now possible because the addition of a single-phase TLC (transformer loss compensation) algorithm meaning users can run the meter in Test Mode using a single phase test set rather than having to use a three phase test set.
    • Improved Logging on Power Outages. Customers can now choose an option that determines how the meter handles logged information after a power outage condition.
    • Variable update rate for demand values - the Sliding Window/Rolling Block module has a new setup register "Update Rate" that defines the update rate of the SWin Demand output register. Updates can be made at the end of each sub-interval or every second. Updates every second are required for Demand Forgiveness functionality. For more information, refer to the Sliding Window module description in the online ION Programmers Reference.
 

Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL205238 V1.0, Originally authored by DaMi on 04/30/2011, Last Edited by DaMi on 04/30/2011
Related ranges: ION8300

ION8500 Firmware Features (Public Release Notes) for V261, V244, V240 and V232

New Features in the V261 firmware:

Firmware version 261 for the ION 8000 series supports the following new features:

Adds several DNP protocol enhancements, including:

    • DNP supported over Ethernet.
    • Multi-port DNP support for up to three simultaneous connections in any combination of serial and Ethernet.
Adds IRIG-B* functionality (order option):
    • All IRIG-B equipped meters are configured in the factory to synchronize via GPS using unmodulated IRIG-B time code data.
*This option requires a receiver capable of unmodulated IRIG-B time code output (not included).



New Features in the V244 firmware:

Firmware version 244 (V244) for the ION 8500 meter supports the following new features:

    • Adds factory terminal support to choose between Temperature Compensation Algorithm and Crystal Option for the clock.
    • Fixes behaviour... Meter stays in test mode through power cycle with advanced securities enabled.



New Features in the V240 firmware:

Networking and Internet Connectivity
    • More robust and stable TCP/IP stack is introduced.
    • New configurable Web Pages are introduced.
    • Log Mail module has been replaced by the Log Export module, which sends log data in an XML format that is compatible with the MeterMail Archive.
Rapid Meter Programming

Rapid Meter Programming dramatically reduces the time required to complete a framework upgrade operation in ION 8000 series. It allows customers to load a complete custom framework into an ION device in approximately 5 minutes over a 9600-baud serial connection. For this feature to operate there must be a compatible version of ION Setup.

Instrument Transformer Correction Module

The Instrument Transformer Correction module is a core module that allows customers to correct for inaccuracies in the current transformers (CT’s) and potential transformers (PT’s). There is an Instrument Transformer Correction module for each current and voltage input into the meter.

The primary application for instrument transformer correction is to apply correction factors for ratio errors and phase angle errors to instrument transformers. Instrument transformer correction reduces or eliminates the need to replace transformers in installations where high-accuracy is required.

Integrator Module

Version V240 allows Integrator modules to count by steps (every 15 minutes) to allow more accurate validation in MV90.

Operations/Control

Resetting battery counters through ION Setup, or ION Designer is provided.

Harmonic Measurements

Enhancements made to the Harmonics Measurement Module (HME):

    • An evaluate input to be pulsed at 15s or 10 minute intervals to perform RMS averaging according to IEC (6)1000-4-7.
    • A setup register for selecting whether the values are provided in engineering units or percentage of the fundamental.
    • A setup register for specifying, if the Evaluate input is linked, whether the output values represent the maximum of the 'TVS values' or the average of the 'TVS values'.
Sag/Swell Event Monitoring

If sag/swell event is accompanied with an power outage event, the sag/swell module now reports the sag/swell info as well as the actual outage duration.

The V240 release also fixes, or improves the following:

    • The output register named as "Battery Minutes" in ION Diagnostic Module is renamed as "Battery Remaining".
    • Alert Module – Trigger pulses occurred first 30 seconds during start up will not be ignored.
    • Alert Module - Alert will accept control commands <CR><LF>.
    • Demand Update - Predicted Demand calculated correctly now in "Every Second" mode.
    • Demand Update - Output timestamps is now updated in "Every Second" mode.
    • DNP – number of output handles returned is now correct.
    • 10 New Counter Modules added.
    • Configurable receive timeout is added to Ethernet COM’s.
    • 5 New External Boolean Modules.
    • Initialization of Digital Inputs is corrected. Prior to V240, if the digital inputs are ON during startup, the meter reports incorrect transitions on digital inputs.



New Features in V232 firmware:
    • Support for time and date formats in the display modules, enabling displays with nothing but date and/or time and/or time remaining in the current demand interval.
    • Improved disk simulator
    • A new Ethernet port option on ION 8300 meters.
    • Enhanced Test Functions when using Transformer Loss Compensation. Easier meter testing is now possible because the addition of a single-phase TLC (transformer loss compensation) algorithm meaning users can run the meter in Test Mode using a single phase test set rather than having to use a three phase test set.
    • Improved Logging on Power Outages. Customers can now choose an option that determines how the meter handles logged information after a power outage condition.
    • Variable update rate for demand values - the Sliding Window/Rolling Block module has a new setup register "Update Rate" that defines the update rate of the SWin Demand output register. Updates can be made at the end of each sub-interval or every second. Updates every second are required for Demand Forgiveness functionality. For more information, refer to the Sliding Window module description in the online ION Programmers Reference.
 

Note:
Since V231 ION 8000 series firmware has contained advanced security. Pegasys users must NOT enable this feature as you will no longer be able to communicate to the meter. The Advanced Security feature is designed to work with ION Enterprise and ION Setup.

PowerSCADA Expert 8.2 Update 5 - Release Notes

Issue
What is new in PSE8.2 and a detailed listing of resolved problems and minor enhancements.

Product Line
PowerSCADA Expert 8.2 (PSE8.2)

Environment
Installer
 
Cause
A new PSE8.2 cumulative update release.

Resolution
PowerSCADA Expert 8.2 Update 5 - Release Notes
Release Notification (Updated 25 April 2018)

This is a detailed listing of resolved issues and minor enhancements in this release.

 


 

Prerequisite

You must have PowerSCADA 8.2 installed prior to installing this update. No previous updates are required.

Cybersecurity Announcement

Floating License Manager v2.1 addresses vulnerabilities in the Flexera FlexNet Publisher component detailed in CVE-2016-10395, CVE-2017-5571 and CVE-2016-2177. Uninstall the current version of the Floating License Manager, and then install version 2.1.
NOTE: The Floating License Manager v2.1 installer is included with this hotfix release but is not a part of the hotfix installer. Unzip "Floating License Manager v2.1.zip" and run "setup.exe".

Important Notice: There is a known issue with the Floating License Manager v2.1.0.0 installer. When installing with a logged-in Windows User name containing a space, the install will not succeed. The workaround is to install the Floating License Manager with a user that does not include a space character in their name.

Bug Fixes and Enhancements

TFS 21482 - AlarmEvents with a state of normal returned in GetAlarmEvents response for EWS

GetAlarmEvents was changed to not return alarms in the normal state.

TFS 21483 - Incorrect timestamp information provided for AlarmEvents not in the Active state

Alarm timestamps are now updated to reflect the true timestamp of occurrence for all state changes (active, drop out, acknowledge).

TFS 21484 - Unable to filter AlarmEvents by Type using EWS

Alarms are now filtered based on type. 

TFS 21485 - Unable to successfully acknowledge alarms using EWS

In some situations, EWS would not acknowledge alarms correctly.  This behavior has been fixed.

TFS 21486 - Unable to filter alarms using the PriorityTo and PriorityFrom fields

EWS did not observe the priority field correctly. This has been addressed and the minimum allowable priority has been set to 1 (to exclude non-alarm objects in the PowerSCADA alarm database).

TFS 21557 - PowerSCADA projects - including the starter project, PLS_Include, and PLS_Example - need to be upgraded to support the new DBF schemas

PowerSCADA projects have been upgraded to the latest DBF schemas.  If there are existing projects created from the starter project, set [CtEdit] Upgrade = 1 in the Citect.ini file using the Setup Editor, and then restart PowerSCADA Studio.

TFS 21564 - Alarm Proxy does not show the analog alarm states

Alarm Proxy now reports the analog alarm states (HIGH HIGH, HIGH, LOW, LOW LOW) instead of ON / OFF.

TFS 21566 - If a CSV file that does not exist is selected in the I/O Device Manager, the application throws a runtime exception

 

A message is displayed indicating that the file does not exist.

 

TFS 21569 - On large systems with 200k configured alarms, the GetAlarmDefinitions call in Alarm Proxy is slow and causes ENM to timeout

Performance issue in alarm proxy has been resolved.

TFS 21649 - When CoreServiceHost adds and removes devices, it may lose the original IDs

CoreServiceHost now keeps a device chronicle.  When the device is removed and then later added, the ID will remain the same.

TFS 21913 - If the equipment name is changed in the system, but the I/O Device name is unchanged, CoreServiceHost will not refresh the equipment name

CoreServiceHost now properly updates the equipment on name change.

TFS 21935 - Logs that are too large for the Windows Event Log do not get logged properly

Large logs are now broken down into smaller log entries.

TFS 21970 - Profile Wizard and Automation does not support IPv6

Profile Wizard and Automation now supports IPv6 for TCP/IP Board level drivers.  This requires the TCP/IP Driver version 4.0.0.0 or later.

TFS 21975 - Open and Close buttons are disabled at runtime on equipment popup when separate digital tags are used for commands

The form now enables the command buttons if the Pos_On or Pos_Off tags are defined.

TFS 21979 - Alarm Proxy cannot return alarms that transition to inactive

This setting is now configurable in the Application Configuration Utility.

TFS 22043 - Single sign-on calls from a remote thick client do not work

Single sign-on now detects remote clients.

TFS 22060 - The I/O Device Manager cannot bulk import devices with device names greater than 16 characters

The I/O Device Manager now reads the device name length from the equipment.profiles file for proper validation.

TFS 22066 - Wonderware ArchestrA Logger Security Patch

Wonderware ArchestrA Logger Patch 2017.517.2328.1 is applied.

TFS 22150 - Alarm filters do not work on some resolutions

Alarm filter AN numbers are fixed for all alarm page resolutions.

TFS 22155 - Alarm filters perform exact matching

The alarm filter screen allows the user to select the filtering mode. The default setting is read from the INI file [Alarm] FilterMode.  0 (default) = Exact Match, 1 = Starts With, 2 = Ends With, 3 = Contains.

TFS 22306 - The equipment tree used on alarm pages is slow to render over the web client

Any page using the equipment tree should set the default library and symbol on the equipment tree genie, or set 'Hide Symbol Icons' to 'TRUE' if a default icon is not available.

TFS 22401 - Alarm filter and equipment tree filter operate independently

The alarm filter and equipment tree filter operate together to filter the alarm tables.

TFS 22896 - Core service host logs two warnings during shutdown - exception thrown during disposal.

 

Cleanup methods were reworked to prevent the exception.

 

TFS 22898 - EWS cannot obtain tag updates at a 5 second rate

EWS and core services were updated to obtain data at a 5 second poll rate.

TFS 23262 - Equipment popup alarm table does not acknowledge or disable alarms

Alarms can now be acknowledged or disabled in the equipment page.

TFS 23274 - Equipment.profiles cannot be imported into the Profile Editor in cases where the original Device Types and Device Profiles were lost

The Profile Editor can import the equipment.profiles file to generate device types, device profiles, and tags.

TFS 23437 - Citect 2016 Updates

 

Citect 2016 Update (April 10, 2018) is included with this update.

Project ID management was removed from Citect 2016.  Project IDs are now located in the ProjectInfo.xml file. 

MinUnitNumber and MaxUnitNumber (previously stored in UnitNumberRange.xml) have also been migrated to ProjectInfo.xml.

 

TFS 23637 - The Alarm Summary page does not display state information

The Alarm Summary page now displays the state that caused the alarm.

TFS 23650 - 8.2 install does not enable ASP feature within IIS

The installer now enables the ASP feature under IIS. This server role feature is required to run the Citect web control client. (Previously the View-Only web client was the only option for web deployment.)

TFS 24205 - When Core Services receives a timeout from the Client, alarm processing may halt until the service is restarted

Core Services properly recovers from a ctApi deadlock condition.

Files Modified

Applications\AppServices\bin\Framework.dll
Applications\AppServices\bin\Framework.ServiceHost.exe
Applications\AppServices\bin\Modules.CoreServices.dll
Applications\AppServices\bin\PowerLogic.Cipher.dll
Applications\AppServices\bin\Modules.ProviderBase.dll
Applications\AppServices\bin\Modules.ProviderEngine.TestHarness.exe
Applications\AppServices\bin\ObjectFactoryTools.exe
Applications\AppServices\bin\ProviderGatewayProviders.dll
Applications\AppServices\bin\PowerSCADA.Common.dll
Applications\AppServices\bin\Modules.Platform.Citect.dll
Applications\EWS\bin\Framework.dll
Applications\EWS\bin\EWS.dll
Applications\EWS\Web.config
Applications\EWS\DataExchange.svc
bin\de\ProfileEngine.resources.dll
bin\de\ProfileWizard.resources.dll
bin\de\WizardLibrary.resources.dll
bin\es\ProfileEngine.resources.dll
bin\es\ProfileWizard.resources.dll
bin\es\WizardLibrary.resources.dll
bin\fr\ProfileEngine.resources.dll
bin\fr\ProfileWizard.resources.dll
bin\fr\WizardLibrary.resources.dll
bin\it\ProfileEngine.resources.dll
bin\it\ProfileWizard.resources.dll
bin\it\WizardLibrary.resources.dll
bin\ja\ProfileEngine.resources.dll
bin\ja\ProfileWizard.resources.dll
bin\ja\WizardLibrary.resources.dll
bin\ko\ProfileEngine.resources.dll
bin\ko\ProfileWizard.resources.dll
bin\ko\WizardLibrary.resources.dll
bin\ru\ProfileEngine.resources.dll
bin\ru\ProfileWizard.resources.dll
bin\ru\WizardLibrary.resources.dll
bin\zh-chs\ProfileEngine.resources.dll
bin\zh-chs\ProfileWizard.resources.dll
bin\zh-chs\WizardLibrary.resources.dll
bin\zh-cht\ProfileEngine.resources.dll
bin\zh-cht\ProfileWizard.resources.dll
bin\zh-cht\WizardLibrary.resources.dll
bin\ProfileAutomation.dll
bin\ProfileEngine.dll
bin\ProfileWizard.exe
bin\WizardLibrary.dll
bin\ProfileAutomationUtility.exe
bin\CommsMethodProperties.xml
bin\DeviceManagementUserControlLibrary.dll
Applications\Profile Editor\Tags.xml
Applications\Profile Editor\ProfileEditor.Business.dll
Applications\Profile Editor\ProfileEditor.exe
Applications\Profile Editor\ProfileEditor.UserControls.dll
Applications\Profile Editor\Resources\ProfileEditor.UserControls.resources
User\PLS_Include\*
User\PLS_Example\*
Starter\Default_Starter.ctz

Installation

Unzip "PowerSCADA Expert 8.2 Update 5.zip" and run "PowerSCADA Expert 8.2 Update 5.exe".

How many speakers can be linked to a Bluetooth aplifier 5600BTSA50?

The amount of speakers that can connect to the amplifier (5600BTSA50) is dependent on the wiring configuration, an whether it is wired in series or parallel. The speakers impedance also needs to be taken into consideration. The bluetooth for this device is used specifically for transmitting between devices (i.e. Phone, laptop) not speakers.

Basic specifications for the Bluetooth Amplifier 5600BTSA50 are:

• Input frequency: 2.4GHz
• Installed in roof space
• Bluetooth compatibility: A2DP Bluetooth enabled devices
• Bluetooth system: Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR/Class 1
• Range: up to 15m
• Audio output: 50W RMS per channel at 8Ohms impedance
• Power requirement: 24V, 3.75 amp, DC input (240V power source required)
• Amplifier type: Class D
• Frequency response: 200Hz – 15KHz
• Magnet: 20oz
• Sensitivity: < 90dB
• Weight: 1.3kg
• Dimensions: 130mm x 120mm x 45mm
• PIN code for secure pairing
• Zone personalising for easy pairing with Bluetooth device
• Green technology: smart power efficient amplifier with auto-sensing
ON/OFF

For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=5600btsa50

Or see attached PDF





 

Setting up Diagnostics for J Series radios

Problem

I'm having trouble getting Diagnostics working with Trio J Series radios. What am I missing?

Solution

Setting up the computer
  • Navigate to the computer’s network port setup and select the TCP/IPv4 dialog. Ensure the computer is set to a Static IP address, similar to that shown below.
Setting up the gateway radio
  • In the Access Point radio, or whichever radio which you are directly connecting your PC to (this is called the eDiags Gateway radio), go into Setup, then eDiag Setup and enable eDiags. Enter the IP address of your computer (must match the address entered above), then click the Activate Changes button.
Ensure you only enable eDiags in ONE radio at a time. It won't break the network if you enable it in more than one, but will cause some extra unnecessary chatter on the radio system which is not desirable. If you later run eDiags using another radio as the entry point, you must disable eDiags in the first radio, enable it in the second, then go into the TView Database entry for each radio and change the IP address to the new radio.
Setting up TView diagnostics database
  • Open TView Management Suite, then select the Diagnostics software package.
  • Click No if asked you whether you want to open a previously-used database. (unless you DO want to open that previously-created database!)
  • Go to the Settings menu then to eDiags Port Settings. Enter the IP address used by the LAN port of your computer again here. Some computers have more than one LAN card, so we must specify the appropriate port. Note the IP port number is 1040, same as in the radio. Leave this as-is. Click Apply Changes then Exit.
  • Go to the File menu, then New. Select a location to save your radio database and give it a name that means something to you and the system being tested. Then click Save.
  • This opens the Database Setup dialog where you enter all your radios.
  • Enter the Access Point first. Type its name and serial number. You MUST know the serial numbers. Each radio’s serial number is printed on the label on its under-side. If the radios are already installed, you can find the serial numbers by opening the saved cfg files with a program such as WordPad or Excel. Each radio's serial number is in there. (you DID save each radio’s config file in a safe place didn’t you?)
  • Specify the radio model and configuration eg J Series Access Point. For other radios it'll be J Series Remote or Bridge. If a Bridge, it may be a single or dual antenna type.
  • Select the eDiags (Ethernet) communication port. Enter the IP address of the radio you're directly connected to, and on which you have enabled the eDiags feature.
  • If desired you may change any of the Alarm limits. For example you may be using a 24 volt power supply, so the range might be 23 to 25 volts.
  • Click the Apply Changes To Database button, then click Add New to add more radios.
  • Change the radio type to Remote or Bridge as needed. Also ensure you leave the eDiags IP address the same for all radios. Do NOT enter each radio's own IP address. In all cases, leave it at the IP address of the radio that has eDiags configured, and to which your computer is directly connected.
  • When done adding radios, click Exit.
Monitoring the diagnostics
  • Click the Group Poll button. (looks like three people standing in a small group) This will poll each radio in the system one after another. Any alarms show up at the bottom. Alarms can be acknowledged/cleared with buttons at the top. To change polling interval, go to the Settings menu, then Polling Setup.
  • Disable Group Polling by de-selecting the same button. Then click Individual Poll. Select a Remote radio to poll. then click Toggle to turn on polling. You'll get a nice bar graph of values. When done, toggle polling off and exit.
  • Go into the Tools menu then Statistical Performance. You'll see the second tab is the packet error test. Select a remote radio and start polling. It will run until you click Finish.
  • You can then click the Commissioning Report button to get a nice report you can print.
  • Go to the Data Logging menu and select View Trend – J and K Series. Select the desired radio. Drag the pointer at the bottom across to see parameters recorded at specific times and dates.
 

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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