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Mounting Accessories Bracket Miniature Suit Architrave 60 and 30 Switch

Mounting Accessories Bracket Miniature Suit Architrave 60 and 30 Switch

Mounting Accessories Bracket Miniature Suit Architrave 60 and 30 Switch

Item Number: 151

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Specifications

Design

Product brand

Clipsal

Sustainable offer status

Green Premium product

Physical

[In] rated current

32 A

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)

Environmental Disclosure

ENVPEP110719EN

Others

Package 1 Weight

0.038 kg

Package 1 Height

20 mm

Package 1 width

20 mm

Package 1 Length

100 mm
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Frequently Asked Questions

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Can I control when to charge my EVlink charger?

The charging station has a conditional input E6 which can be configured as “deferred start” or as “power limitation”, or as “to be ignored” (factory setting). The conditional input can be connected to any device capable of closing a contact. It is active when connected to the mains phase. It remains inactive when not connected.

Deferred start of charging
The conditional input can be connected, for example, to a clock to schedule charging hours or to an on-peak / off-peak contactor to charge only during off-peak hours. Start is deferred as long as the input is active.
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Charging power limitation
The conditional input can be connected to a load shedder for example. As long as the input is active the charging station reduces the maximum charging current setpoint value given to the vehicle:
• From 16 A to 10 A for 3 and 11 kW charging stations
• From 32 A to 16 A for 7 and 22 kW charging stations

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How to use Com’X510 as a Modbus TCP Gateway for serial slave devices?

1. Please refer to the details in the ‘Modbus TCP Access’ section in the Com’X510 User Guide .

2. Please double check all the slave devices have been set with the same serial settings (Baud rate, Parity, etc.) as the Com’X510 ‘Modbus Serial’ settings (Settings > Communication > Modbus Serial.).

3. Configure the Com’X510 ‘Modbus Gateway’ setting as follows.

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4. Please make sure ‘Enable Serial Modbus Broadcasts’ is enabled.

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5. Please note that the ‘Enable Modbus TCP/IP on Ethernet’ setting in the ‘Firewall Management’ section is also enabled for the required port.

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6. You can check and confirm the Gateway behavior by communicating to the slave devices using Modbus Tester and simply reading registers using the IP address of the Com’X and the Slave ID. Please see below example.

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Does the trip caused by MX Shunt or MN Undervoltage release get captured in the event history of Micrologic 5.0/6.0/7.0 E/P/H?

The trip caused by MX shunt or MN undervoltage release will not be recorded in event history of Micrologic 5.0/6.0/7.0 E/P/H

The Micrologic wouldn't know if this trip is due to a fault or not.

The trip history is the means to display at any time the parameters measured during the last ten trips.

Accessing trip history is different in Micrologic E to Micrologic P/H

For Micrologic E:

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For Micrologic P/H:

For each trip, the following parameters are recorded:
  • tripping cause
  • trip threshold
  • interrupted currents in amperes (only if an external power supply is present) for Ir, Isd/Ii, Ig or I∆n trips
  • date v time (hours, minutes and seconds).

From the main menus you can access the event history as follows
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When you enter Event history you will find Trip history as shown below:
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For more information kindly refer the latest user manual for these Micrologic trip units available on Schneider website - https://www.se.com/au/en/

 

How does the SGR Sensor, MDGF module work with Micrologic X?

For the below systems as described in the MDGF instruction sheet
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Please find below how the current sensor, MDGF work with Micrologic :

If a primary current of 100A passes through the SGR current sensors, then a secondary current of 0.1A wil be received by the MDGF summing module via terminal 1(J1-1) and 3(J1-3).

The MDGF summing module internally does the following calculation :

100A(rms)*0.00173 = 0.173V(rms) : this voltage can be measured on the terminal 5(J2-2) and 7(J3-1) of the MDGF summing module and it is transmitted to the terminals M2 and M3 of the micrologic Trip Unit.

The Micrologic does the following calculation : 0.173V(rms)/0.00173(rms) = 100A

The Micrologic will report the Ig trip if the current from current sensor and MDGF exceeds the Ig threshold and the tg time delay expires

Information on wiring and installation can be found from instruction sheet - https://download.schneider-electric.com/files?p_enDocType=Instruction+sheet&p_File_Name=NHA92405-02.pdf&p_Doc_Ref=NHA92405

For the MTZ spare part list refer to the latest spare part catalogue - https://download.schneider-electric.com/files?p_Doc_Ref=COM-POWER-LVMKT215EN

Where can I find the manufacturing date of a smoke alarm?

The date code can be found by opening the alarm and looking at the bottom left hand corner of the yellow sticker.

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Where can I find the part number of a smoke alarm?

The part number can be found by opening the alarm and looking at the top left of the yellow sticker under where it says FIRETEK.

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