switch 14g b style less mech

Switch Plate, 14 Gang, Stainless Steel, 2 Rows of 7

Catalogue Number: 14/30/7
switch 14g b style less mech
Colour: White Electric
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • White Electric 1 PCE
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  • Metal Plate
  • Series 30
    • Product brand
      Product or component type
      switch plate
      Number of gangs
      14 gangs
      Product destination
      Fixing mode
      by screws
      stainless steel
      without marking
      Mounting position
      349 mm
      120 mm
      Sustainable offer status
      Green Premium product
      EU RoHS Directive
      Mercury free
      RoHS exemption information
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      Frequently Asked Questions

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      What are the 6 extra screws for on the 14/30/7?

      The 6 extra screws for on the 14/30/7 are for adjusting the front plate of the switch panel.


      What are the dimensions of wall box to suit 14/30/7

      Dimensions of wall box 324mm x 97mm x 58mm Part no 164/7

      What is the part number for the wall box for the 14/30/7 and dimensions?

      The part number for the wall box for the 14/30/7 and dimensions are - 164/7 & dimensions - W324mm x H97mm x D58mm

      For further information , visit link below:-

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      What is the size of the back box for a 14/30/7?

      The dimensions for the back box (164/7) are 324 x 97 x 58mm.

      What is the wall box to suit the B4/30/2 ?

       The part number for the wall box is 164/2

      18/30/9-WE Can this part be surface mounted and what is the part number?

      This can not be surface mounted, flush mounted only.

      What are the dimensions of the wall box to suit the B12/30/6 Multi-Gang Switch?

      The wall box to suit the 12/30/6 Multi-Gang Switch is a 164/6.

      The dimensions of the wall box is a 164/6 are 278mm(W) X 97mm(H) X 58mm(D).

      Some of the key features are:

      • 30 series rocker type
      • B-Style
      • Switch arrangement 6 horizontal and 2 vertical
      • Fascia size: 303 mm Width x 120 mm Height
      • 12 number of switch apertures

      For further information please visit www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=B12/30/6

      What are the inserts for a B10/30/5 (BXX/30/X)?

      The part name is B30GFZ-BK

      Is part number B10/30/5 available in Bakelite?

      No. Unfortunately, part is only available in Stainless steel.

      What is the wall box to suit the B8/30/4

       The wall box part number is 164/4

      What is part no for wall box to suit B6/30/3

      The wall box to suit part no B6/30/3 is 164/3

      for more information on this part please refer to https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=164/3

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      Where is the General Manufacturer Warranty for Schneider Electric Products?

      How to locate warranty information for various Schneider Electric / Square D products

      Product Line:
      All merchandise products such as but not limited to:
      • Circuit Breakers
      • Panel Boards
      • Distribution Equipment
      • Motor Control Equipment
      • Power Monitoring & Control Products

      Products sold and used in the United States

      Warranty information is needed.

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      What is the wall box to suit the B6/30/3 ?

       The part number for the wall box is 164/3

      What is the part number or bezels to suit B10/30/5?

      The part number or bezels to suit B10/30/5 is B30gfz.

      What is the wall box to suit the B10/30/5 ?

       The part number for the wall box 164/5

      What is the cut out size for a B10/30/5 switch plate?

      The cut out size for the wall box to suit the B10/30/5 is 232mm x 97mm x 58mm.

      Some of the key features are:
      • 30 series rocker type
      • B-Style
      • Switch arrangement 5 horizontal and 2 vertical
      • Fascia size: 257 mm Width x 120 mm Height

      For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=B10/30/5

      What is the wire color code for the BMXFCW303 cable?

      Can the B10/30/5 10 Gang switch plate be mounted vertically because it says its 5 horizontal?

      This just means its 2 rows of 5 switches. you are able to mount it vertical or horizontal.

      Can the Primary and Secondary be run together on the e14/36/3

      - Can the Primary and Secondary be run together?
      Preferably not - but this is impacted by the distance they are run together. If the distance is short, i.e. a few metres then not a problem. If it is more distance then need to segregate. It is difficult to give an exact answer as there are dependencies. If they were separate by 1m then any distance would be ok.

      - Is segregation required, and if so what is the advised segregation distance and type (conduit etc)
      As above - at least 1m would meet all circumstances. Type of conduit does not really matter as the distance provides the segregation rather than any shielding from conduit.
      Please see following link for further information and related products

      What is the depth of the B12/30/6?

      The depth of the B12/30/6 is 58mm.

      For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=B12/30/6

      Will the latest firmware (v1.44E) for the 140CPU43412A work for a PLC programmed with ProWORX NxT?

      Yes. The q5rv144e.bin file supports both Concept (IEC & 984) and ProWORX PLCs.

      What would be the part number for an 8 gang mulitgang switch plate in the metal plate range.

       The part number is B8/30/4 which is available with both white and black switch mech bezels.
      This also comes in a labelled version b8/30/4L and does not come with any switch mechanisms but fits 30 series switches.
      Please see documentation in the following link for dimensions

      What is the part code for a Clipsal metal range 12 Gang Switch Assembly (Less Mechanisms) - Stainless Steel?

      B12/30/6 = 12-Gang Switch Plate. 2 rows of 6. Stainless steel. 303mm 120mm
      12/30/162/3 = 12-Gang Switch Plate. 4 rows of 3. Stainless steel. 165mm 215mm

      Includes stainless steel fascia with grid and wall box. Standard grid colours - White Electric (WE) and Black (BK).

      STB UL Certification, 12/2007

      Goals and Symptoms

      This resolution contains the currently available STB product Underwriters Lab certification as of December 2007.

      Causes and Fixes

      See Attachments for the STB UL certification.


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      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL190462 V1.0, Originally authored by WeDa on 12/27/2007, Last Edited by WeDa on 12/27/2007
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      What is the part number for the FIPWAY and FIPio trunk cable?

      The part numbers for the FIPWAY and FIPio trunk cables are:
      TSXFPCR100 - 100 meters
      TSXFPCR200 - 200 meters

      Why do I get an E1189 error when trying to import an I_SCALE instruction into my M340 Unity program?

      The I_SCALE instruction is not supported in the M340 PAC. The SCALING block can be used instead.

      Can the Concept "Search/Replace" tool in the Variable Editor be used to replace array indexes?

      No. There is not a way within Concept to automatically replace array indexes. For example: variablename.[5] to variablename.[6].

      Why do I get an "automatic recover about to occur cerrno=0:error0" message when I attempt to launch Concept?

      One possible cause is the contents of the C:\Windows\Temp\Concept\ folder. You can delete or rename this folder so that Concept creates a new one when launched again.

      How do I configure the PID2 instruction in ProWORX?

      Attached you will an application note that covers the basics of the PID2 instruction.

      Using ProWORX or Modsoft, how can I scale my Momentum 0-4095 PID2 Mv (Output) value to a 0-32000 INT with the result in a single register?

      See attached resolution.
      Scaling 0-4095 to 0-32000.pdf


      How can I create a 'flasher' circuit using Concept IEC FBD programming?

      There are many ways to program this, but the attached video illustrates using 2 Timers so that you can define the duration and frequency of the flasher.


      Can I display Network comments in a Unity Pro 984LL network from an imported ProWORX database?

      No. If you want to display comments on a 984LL network in logic, you must use a text box (F8). The Network comments that are imported from ProWORX become part of network properties and are displayed on printouts but not in live logic.


      How can I calculate the amount of user memory words for each 984 ladder logic network?

      984 Ladder logic requires one word of either 16-bit or 24-bit memory to uniquely identify each node in a network application program. Contacts and coils occupy one node, and therefore one word. Instructions, which usually comprise two or three nodes, require two or three words, respectively. Other elements that control program scanning such as the start of a network, beginning of a column and horizontal shorts, all use one word of user logic memory as well. Vertical shorts do not consume any words of user memory. For a complete list of all the 984 ladder logic elements and instructions, along with the total number of nodes they consume, please reference the Modicon Ladder Logic Block Library User Guide (part number 840USE10100).

      How can I create a copy of my 'Equal' Concept 2.60 project so that I can use it to be 'Equal' from another folder location on my PC?

      There is a utility available for this called "Concept Converter". It is automatically installed with a Concept Installation. You can find it by going to <start>, <Concept> and then Concept Converter. After launching this utility, you select <File>, <Export>, then "Project with used DFBs (Re-Connect to Equal)" and browse to the project that you want to export. This will create a new file in the location that the project currently resides with an ASC extension (projectname.asc). You place a copy of this file into the new folder location and use <File>, <Import>, then browse to the new location and select the projectname.asc file and import it. This will create a project at this new location that you can use with Concept and re-connect equal.

      Do I need a CHS instruction programmed in Segment one, Network one, of my ProWORX 32 v2.1 project in order for my Quantum Hot Standby configuration to function properly?

      No. With ProWORX 32 v2.1, you can use 'Configuration Extensions' in Lieu of the CHS instruction.
      You will still be required to install the CHS loadable so that Hot Standby is configurable from 'Configuration Extensions'.

      You will also need to define a configuration extension size in the controller properties. The Quantum Hot Standby extension uses 18 words.


      Where can we find information on Berger-Lahr products?

      Berger Lahr Motion Technology is a division of Schneider Electric.

      Berger Lahr offers a complete Motion Control product range for machine automation. In addition, Berger Lahr develops and manufactures customized products and solutions, based on its standard products. In 2008, Berger Lahr changed the company name to Schneider Electric Motion Deutschland, and integrated its products and services into the offering of Schneider Electric. The motion products are a part of Schneider Electric's Lexium range.

      Learn more these products and technologies here:

      Why does the output of my INTEGRATOR block stop updating?

      The INTEGRATOR block will lock up because the Output value of the integration eventually becomes too large for the controller to handle The controllers must have an upper limit as to how large and how many significant digits it can count.

      To overcome this we suggest moving the INTEGRATOR output to a table of registers every X amount of time and then adding those values.

      In the example below:
      The controller has the time of day registers configured and running.
      At the change of every hour the EQ_INT block compares the hour to the literal value of 23.
      When they are equal the R2T block move the current value in Output to a table of registers.
      The RS block will set the INTEGRATOR block in manual mode send the initialization value of 0.0 to the output,
      The block can continue Integrating again from 0.0.
      At the next 23rd hour the process will be begin again.

      The real value in the table can be added together at the users convenience.

      Note: The above is not a complete and working application, the user will have to:

      Create additional logic to trigger the hour compare once an hour.
      Create a Real_Array datatype
      Ensure the R2T and INTEGRATOR blocks only get pulsed once per X hour period.
      Determine a good time frame for their process to move the accumulated Integration.