Tee Insp Galv H/D Gasket

Tee Insp Galv H/D Gasket

Tee Insp Galv H/D Gasket

Item Number: 1246/20GT

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Design

Product brand

Clipsal

Range of product

Series 1246

Surface treatment

electro-zinc

Physical

EU RoHS Directive

Pro-active compliance (Product out of EU RoHS legal scope)

Material

Material

cast iron

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Package 1 Weight

0.01 kg
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Frequently Asked Questions

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

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

How to control an ATV61 / ATV71 with a M340 CPU built-in Ethernet port using the DATA_EXCH function

The attached document describes an application using a M340 CPU with a built-in Ethernet port connected to an ATV71 Ethernet card VW3A3310D and using the DATA_EXCH function. The M340 will be communicating with the IO Scanner service in the drive.
 

What is the part number for the Quantum / Premium memory card PCMCIA card holder?

TSXPCAPUP is the part number and it will come with the holder for the Premium and Quantum.

Note: The Quantum and Premium Controllers go obsolete 12/1/2018 and the M580 is the recommended replacement for this.

Can my XW+ inverter qualify an input of 120V/208V 60Hz?

XW+ inverters input parameters

The XW+ and XW inverters, either the XW6848, XW5548, XW6048, XW4548 or the XW4024, require an input of 120V/240V 60Hz. When the input is 120V/208V 60Hz, is going to be a three phase setup. The reason for this is because the XW+ and XW unit require a phase difference between line 1 (L1) and line 2 (L2) of 180 degrees, on a three phase setup, L1 and L2 are 120 degrees offset. This causes the inverter to not recognize the input at all. The inverter can only accept input from 120/208V wye source if you have 3 inverters (1 per phase), each "converted" to 120V, and then configured for 3-phase multi-unit operation.

Single Phase Diagram:



Three Phase Diagram:


 

What would cause a Quantum 140CPS11100 power supply to not power up?

Issue:
Quantum 140CPS11100 power supply not powering up out of box.

Product line:
Quantum

Cause:
No power at initial power up . 

Resolution:
The Quantum 140CPS11100 power supply that has a PV 01 or higher require a jumper on pins 3 and 4 on the terminal strip for 115 VAC operations. If this jumper is not installed, it will be set for 220 VAC operations. Any power supply with a PV less than 1 did not require the jumpers.

Note: The Quantum line is obsolete 12/1/2018 and the recommended replacement is the M580 with the x80 I/O, for further information on this contact your local distributor.


Does the Quantum 140ACO02000 analog output module supply power to the outputs?

Issue:
Does the Quantum 140ACO02000 supply power to the outputs?

Product Line:
Quantum

Cause:
No power on the analog output of the 140ACO02000.

Resolution:
No, the 140ACO02000 analog output module does not supply power to the outputs. It requires an external supply to power the outputs and it can be wired with a loop supply and wired either as a sink or source output.


Note: The Quantum product line will be obsolete 12/1/2018 and the M580 has replaced it. You will still be able to get the I/O modules for 3 years after. The M580 can still run the Quantum I/O and will be able to change to the x80 I/O with QWA. For more information contact your local Schneider sales office or distributor.
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