TMX, Cavity fixing
Cavity fixing  L10190
TMX, Cavity fixing
Cavity fixing  L10190

TMX Hollow WAll Anchor 4D 8x16-26 Box 100 Pcs

Catalogue Number: 1260066
TMX, Cavity fixing
Cavity fixing  L10190
TMX, Cavity fixing
Cavity fixing  L10190
Colour: Per UOM Std.
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cavity fixing
Device short name
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threaded screw
Mounting support
high load installation in board material - thickness: 16-26 mm
Device application
16-26 mm high load installation in board material
Mounting support
wall mounted
Thread type
Screw diameter
4 mm
Screw length
50 mm
Shape of screw head
  • cross slotted
  • combi-head
    • Screwdriver shape
      Drilling diameter
      8 mm
      Colour tint
    • metal
    • grey
      • Quantity per set
        set of 50
        Net weight
        0.0093 kg
      • screw: steel electroplated
      • cavity fixing: sheet metal electroplated
        • Practical load capacity
        • shear: 400 N 2.5 )
        • pull-out load: 160 N 3 )
          • Thickness
            0-18 mm fixture
            Environmental characteristic
            fire resistance
            Ambient air temperature for operation
            -40-80 °C
            14 mm
            62 mm
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            Green Premium product
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            Free of Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold
            REACh free of SVHC
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            18 months

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            What is the dimension of 1260025 TMX-4E hollow wall anchor cavity fixing with screw?

            The dimension of 1260025 TMX-4E is 14mm (diameter) x 47mm (length). 1260025 is cavity fixing including fully threaded screw with combi-head and Phillips cross-slot.
            • Captive fixing – stays fixed even when the screw is not tightened
            • Anti-rotation design
            • Pre-assembled screw
            • High load values
            • Fire-resistant
            • Ideal for overhead cavity fixing
            Material and Operative Data:
            Material cavity fixing Expanding part: electroplated sheet metal
            Screw: electroplated steel
            Material mounting tool: Steel and plastic
            Temperature range:  –40°C to 80°C
            For further information please visit
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            What is the replacement for 16066 Timer?

            The replacement for 16066 Timer is A9E16066.

            iRTB relay-delays de-energizing a load upon closing-1C/O - Uc 24-240 VAC/24VDC

            For more information see:

            What is the din rail mounted timer - wanted to time for 30mins

             The part code is 16066

            What is the new version of the Merlin Gerin 16066?

            The part number is A9E16066.

            What is the replacement for the 16066?

            The replacement part number for the 16066 is A9E16066
            See data sheet for more information....
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            What is the maximum wire length for digital inputs and outputs on Powerlogic meters?

            Customer would like to determine the maximum distance between a meter and a digital input source or an output signal receiver 

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            ION and Powerlogic meters with digital I/O options

            There is no absolute maximum distance of I/O wiring and actual length depends on several factors including:
            • The field voltage source
            • Wire AWG and manufacture specs
            • Wire type
            • Electrical noise and environment 
            • Meter specs 
            * The calculations below are meant to be a rough estimation and they are not accurate unless all the factors are considered *

            Digital Input Example:

            The PM800 equipped with a PM8M2222 Digital I/O extender with field source of 120 Vac. The wire to be used is a 16 AWG with a resistance of 4.016 ohm per 1000 feet. The PM800's digital input's turn on voltage is 20 Volts and the maximum current draw is 2 mA.

            Vdrop= Current X R (per1000 feet) *2*length
            Vinput= Vsource - Vdrop

            The Vinput needs to exceed the turn on voltage in order for the meter to recognize the signal. In this example, the theoretical maximum would be in the hundreds of thousands of feet. Needless to say, noise as well as other factors will affect the quality of the signal and practically limiting the cable run.

            Digital Output Example

            A similar calculation can be established for digital outputs once the specifications are known. For example, the ION 7650 has a maximum load of 3 A @ 380 VAC, hence the rated burden is 126.666 ohm. The total loop resistance should be less than the rated burden.  A 16 AWG wire has a resistance of 4.016 ohms per 1000 feet and the maximum theoretical distance that would sustain current without significant voltage drop would be 31,500 feet. Moreover, Form A digital output have a similar calculation given the maximum load voltage and current as well as the input source. For example, if the turn on is 20 volts on a PLC and the ION 7650's form A relay is rated at 80mA @ 30 VDC then :
            Vdrop= Current X R (per1000 feet) *2*length
            Vinput= Vsource - Vdrop
            The theoretical maximum attainable distance would be around 15,600 feet for a 16 AWG wire originating from the ION7650's I/O output.

            What is the parts breakdown of a 9001KP1R31?

            9001KP1R31 components

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            It consists of a 9001KM1 light module, 9001KP operator and a 9001R31 lens.

            Do you do a 238 mounting block with a 50mm entry?

            No, unfortunately the 238/25 has the largest conduit entry with a 25mm entry at each end.

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            What is the replacement for the 57-0089-000 (2A 250V slow blow) fuse?

            Part number 57-0089-000 is no longer active sale. Need something to use in its place.

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            Modicon Quantum

            57-0089-000 corresponds to Littelfuse 326002, .25 x 1.25 ceramic.


            What is the part number for a protective shroud for a XALK178?

            A part number for the shroud to protect accidental operation of the em stop button of the XALK178.....could be ZBZ1602 for black, ZBZ1606 for blue, ZBZ1605 for yellow

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            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

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            Generator does not charge my batteries using the XW or SW models?

            Generator is not charging the batteries

            If the inverter/charger qualifies the signal but the unit goes right away to passthrough, please check the following
            Make sure Charger is enabled
            Confirm that the Charger Block Start/Stop is not enabled during the times that you want it to charge

            NOTE:Ex.  If the Charger Block Start is set at 4:00am and the Charger Block Stop is set at 11:00pm, that means that it will not charge between 4am and 11:00pm.
            It would only charge from 11:00pm to 4:00am
            Tip:If there is no need to block the charging then set the start/stop times to 12:00am to disable the feature

            How to gear in two LXM28 drives in SoMachine?

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

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

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

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

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

            Rev 10-23-18

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

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

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

            rev 7-19-18


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

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

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

            rev 10-19-17

            STBACO1225 Field Wiring Shown Incorrectly

            Goals and Symptoms

            The purpose of this resolution is to provide the correct field wiring pinouts for the STBACO1225 Analog Current Output module.

            Causes and Fixes

            The STB Hardware Components Reference Guide, p/n 890USE17200, v3.0 and current STBSPU1000 (v2.00, 1/2006) on-line help incorrectly show pin 3 of the STBACO1225 terminal blocks as output to field actuators. Pin 2 is the correct output point for this module. The wiring diagram printed on the module's side is correct. Reference these illustrations for proper module wiring;

            The following field wiring example shows how two single-ended analog actuators can be wired to the STBACO1225 module. Two separate external power supplies are needed to make sure that the proper current is delivered to each actuator.

            If you want to use 24 VDC from the islands actuator bus to power a single-ended analog field device, this power can be delivered through the output module. To do this, use pins 1 and 6 as follows


            Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL175564 V1.0, Originally authored by on , Last Edited by on
            Related ranges: Advantys STB

            Why is the Portable Circuit Monitor 2000 (PCM2000) series meter reading incorrect voltage values?

            The Portable Circuit Monitor 2000 series has built-in potential transformers of a ratio of 600:120 V. To compensate for this 5:1 V ratio, the factory default PT ratio has been set to 120:24 V. This unusual voltage secondary of 24 V could be the cause of improper voltage readings.
            If the customer wishes to change the voltage secondary back to the standard 120, they need to write the value of 120 to register 2008(range for this register is 1-600). Note that the native 5:1 V ratio must still be taken into account if the voltage secondary is changed. For a system with no PTs, the primary must also be changed back to 600 V.

            Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL204325 V2.0, Originally authored by MaTh on 01/18/2011, Last Edited by MaTh on 06/30/2012
            Related ranges: CM2000 series

            Description of P1-46 on LXM28 drive

            Description of P1-46 on LXM28 drive

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

            Scheduling Periodic Reports on Version 2 Appliances


            Sending Periodic Sensor Reports at a Specific Time / Scheduling Sensor Reports

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            NetBotz version 2


            As designed, Periodic Sensor Reports can only be sent in intervals of xxx minutes. You cannot specify a time of day at which reports will be sent, but they are instead sent at user specified time intervals (i.e. if you specify an Interval of 45 minutes, they could be sent at 11:00am, 11:45am, 12:30pm, 1:15 pm, and so forth). This document describes a method to work around this limitation and configure your appliance to send a report at a specific daily time, rather than at an interval.


            1. Start the Periodic Reports task, select the type of periodic report you would like to enable (in this illustration we are enabling a Periodic E-mail Report), and click Edit. The Edit Periodic Report window opens.
            2. Check the Enable check box to enable this periodic report.
            3. Type in the Interval field an interval value of 1,440 minutes.
            4. Click Advanced Scheduling. The Periodic Report Scheduling window opens.
            5. Select the 15 minute period prior to the time at which you want to receive the periodic reports and then click Disable. For example, to receive the reports at 12:00pm you would select 11:45am entries in the Periodic Report Scheduling window.
            6. Click OK to save the Advanced Scheduling settings and return to the Edit Periodic Report window.
            7. Using the controls in the bottom half of the Edit Periodic Report window, specify the report type-specific options necessary to deliver the selected report type (E-mail Options, FTP Options, or HTTP Options, depending on the type of report you selected) and then click OK to save your Periodic Report settings.
            When you specify an interval of 1,440 minutes (1 day) the report will run once every day, at the time you saved the configuration. However, when you use Advanced Scheduling to disable reporting for a period of time, a Periodic Report is sent automatically as soon as the Disabled period expires and the Interval clock is reset. By specifying a Disable period 15 minutes prior to the desired Periodic Report delivery time, we prevent the Interval timer from reaching the 1,440 minute mark. Therefore, the report is sent only at the beginning of each Enabled period (12:00pm, daily, in our example), but is never sent again before the next Disabled period (1,425 minutes later, at 11:45am the following day in our example). Oncethe Periodic Report schedule reached the next Enabled period, a report is then generated, the Interval timer is re-set to 0 minutes, and the process repeats.

            How to control an Altivar312 (ATV312) drive with a Twido PLC via Modbus RTU?

            Goals and Symptoms

            How to control an Altivar312 (ATV312) drive with a Twido PLC via Modbus RTU?

            Causes and Fixes

            Below is a step by step procedure describing a small application using a Twido Compact PLC controlling an ATV312 drive connected via Modbus RTU. A program example can be found at the end of this procedure.
            Hardware and software used:

            - TWDLCAE40DRF Twido PLC
            - TWDNAC485T (RS485 serial interface adaptor with 3 pin screw terminal type connector)
            - TwidoSuite 2.30.007 (free to download from
            - ATV312H075M2 variable speed drive


            ATV312 RJ45 connector pin 4 - A terminal of the Twido TWDNAC485T
            ATV312 RJ45 connector pin 5 - B terminal of the Twido TWDNAC485T
            ATV312 RJ45 connector pin 8 SG terminal of the Twido TWDNAC485T

            ATV312 SETUP

            The Altivar 312 control process using the communication bus is based on the CANopen CiA 402 profile status chart compatible with the IEC61800-7 standard. Each state represents an aspect of the internal behavior of the drive.

            In practical terms, before you can start the motor you will have to write to the CMD command word, Modbus address 8501, a value of 16#0006 (drive goes to a Ready to switch on state that can be checked with ETA status word, Modbus address 3201), then a 16#0007 (drive goes to a Switched on state) and finally a 16#000F (drive goes into an Operation enabled state, drive running).

            Please refer to the chart and description of the states at the end of this document.

            Relevant parameters:

            • 1. Drive Modbus Address (ADD) - 4 in our example (default: 1)
              2. Modbus baud rate (TBR) - 19200 in our example (default)
              3. Modbus com format (TFO) - 8-E-1 in our example (default)
              4. Level of access control (LAC) - change to Level3 (default: Level1)
              Note: When the drive is controlled via a communication bus, it is advisable to configure the access level "LAC" = "L3":
              5. Configuration reference 1 (FR1) - change to Modbus (default: AI1).
              6. Control channel 1 config (CD1) - change to Modbus (default: Terminal)
              Note: Change CHCF Channel mode config to Separate to be able to change this parameter. You can change it back to Not separate after that.

            Note: the program example is attached to this resolution.

            1. Your Twido controller must be configured as a Master:

            2. You have to add a Generic Modbus element with a Modbus address, 4 in our example

            3. Configuration of the Comm Macro
            Set the Modbus address of the drive in the Network address field.
            Comm Macro zero is used in this example to read N words and write N words.

            We will read one word, ETA status word, Modbus address 3201. C_RDNW will use 8 registers (1+7), from %MW0 to %MW7.
            C_RDNW _ADDR1_0 sets the address of the register to be read from the drive (%MW3:=3201).
            C_WRNW 0 1 sends the Modbus message to the drive. (0-comm macro instance, 1 number of words to be read)
            The result will be read in C_RDNW _VAL1_0 or %MW7 in our example.

            We will write two words, CMD control word, Modbus address 8501 and LFr frequency reference, Modbus address 8502. C_WRNW will use 11 register (2+9) from %MW20 to %MW30.
            C_WRNW_ADDR1_0 sets the address of the starting register to be written in the drive (MW23:=8501).
            C_WRNW_VAL1_0 sets the value of the first register be to written (%MW26, the CMD control word value)
            The second value to be written is set with %MW27 and this will be the LFr speed reference.
            C_WRNW 0 2 sends the Modbus message to the drive.(0-comm macro instance, 2 number of words to be written)


            IEC 61800-7 status chart

            Description of the status chart states

            CMD control word (W8501)

            ETA status word (W3201)

            ATV312 Communication Menu Structure

            This completes the step by step procedure on how to control an Altivar312 (ATV312) drive with a Twido PLC via Modbus RTU.


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            Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL207065 V1.0, Originally authored by TVe on 01/06/2012, Last Edited by TVe on 01/06/2012
            Related ranges: Twido, Altivar 312

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