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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

Sustainable offer status

Green Premium product

Product brand

Clipsal

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

20.000 mm

Package 1 width

20.000 mm

Package 1 Length

100.000 mm
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Frequently Asked Questions

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Do the Micrologic 6.0A, 6.0P, and 6.0H trip units have a ground fault test button? If so, where is it?

Issue:
Does the MICROLOGIC 6.0A / 6.0P / 6.0H trip unit have a ground fault test button and where is it?

Product Line:
Circuit Breakers

Resolution:
The Micrologic 6.0A, 6.0P and 6.0H trip units have a ground fault test button on the front of the trip unit that can be used to satisfy NEC230-95(c). The button is white with a ``T`` in the center of it, and is located between the Ii Instantaneous adjustment dial and the port for the secondary injection test kit cable. See the picture below showing the test button and the instructions below for the testing procedure to meet NEC230-95 (c). The latest requirements may require primary injection testing to verify the operation of the ground fault circuit. Your local inspector will indicate if this is required.

Equipment Ground-Fault Trip Functions Testing
Paragraph 230-95 (c) of the National Electrical Code requires that all equipment ground fault protection systems be tested when first installed. With the circuit breaker closed, test the ground fault trip functions. For instructions on how to close circuit breaker, refer to the circuit breaker installation instructions shipped with the circuit breaker. As of the 2017 NEC230-95(c), the ground fault system needs to primary injection tested. The Test button as described below is no longer accepted for the initial acceptance testing. However, if subsequent testing is desired, the Test button can be used.

Testing ground fault trip with the T test button
1. Make sure the trip unit is powered (it is powered when the trip unit screen shows a display). This can be done by either of the following methods:
  • Apply 24 Vdc to terminals F1 and F2 on the green terminal strip on top of the trip unit (F2 positive). The trip unit will be powered all the time.
  • Connect the trip unit to the Full Funciton Test Kit or Hand Held Test Kit. When the test kit is turned on, the trip unit is powered. 
2. Press the T ground fault test button. Circuit breaker should trip.
3. If circuit breaker does not trip, contact the local field office. 

Trip unit picture showing test button

Why does the ATV31 or ATV312 show a code of nSt even though there are no assignments in any of the parameters for a freewheel stop activation?

Issue:
Why the ATV31/ATV312 shows nSt even if there is no freewheel stop activated?

Product Line:
Altivar ATV31 and ATV312

Environment:
All

Cause:
nst
The drive status is showing NST on the main display and it will not clear.  The drive will not run

Resolution:
Here are a few possible causes:
 
(A) If a directional run command (forward or reverse) is present on power up of the drive and the drive is set for 2C (2-wire) with [trn] transition control or 3C (3-wire) control with the LI1 NC stop being open, the drive will show nSt indicating that it will not run.
  • 2 Wire control solution:  Try setting the two wire type parameter tCt to Level control (LEL) menu  in the IO menu.
  • 3 Wire control solution: Make sure that LI1 the stop NC input is turned on when the drive is powered up.  If this input is open the drive will display NST until you close this input.

(B) Check to see if someone has pushed the stop button on the local control or the remote HMI while the drive is being commanded in the terminal mode with starting and stopping via the logic inputs.
Solution: power cycle the drive to see if the NST clears

(C)  If the reference channel or the control channel is assigned to Modbus or CANopen, the drive controller displays nSt on power up and remains stopped until the communication bus sends a command.
Solution:  If the drive is programmed for NET control, you will need to write a Hex 6, then Hex 7 then Hex F to get the drive to start.

(D) Check to see if you have a logic input assigned to a freewheel stop in the FUN menu StC parameter then NST parameter.
Solution: Turn on your logic input that is assigned to freewheel stop. Otherwise, the drive will stay in NST mode until you turn on the assigned logic input.

To make adjustments to the drive parameters, see the Altivar 31 or Altivar 312 Programming manuals.

ATV31 Programming Manual:
https://www.schneider-electric.com/en/download/document/1624589/

ATV312 Programming Manual:
https://www.schneider-electric.com/en/download/document/BBV46385/


 

Power Monitoring Expert 2021 - How can I delete a device and all of its data?

Issue
A meter was installed into the Power Monitoring Expert (PME) system and has been logging data, waveforms, and events for any length of time. For whatever the reason, this meter's data is no longer required and it is desired that all traces of this meter be completely removed from the databases.

 

Product Line
Power Monitoring Expert 2021 (PME)

 

Environment
SQL Server Management Studio
ION Databases

 

Cause
A meter was added to the software but is no longer needed. Some reasons may include: data is no longer needed; spelling error; test meter data deletion; etc.

 

Resolution

*Warning: Irreparable database damage can occur. This procedure should only be performed by users familiar with SQL Server Management Studio. Databases should be backed up prior to performing this procedure.* 

1. Back up the following databases: ION_Network, ION_Data, ApplicationModules.
2. Stop the ION Log Inserter service. It will also be necessary to stop the Windows services related to the Application Modules features. From PME 7.2.x and PME 8, these services were re-branded and start with "ApplicationModules".

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3. Open the Management Console and locate the device in the list. Take note of the full group.name of the device as this information will be needed later to configure a SQL script. NOTE: It is entirely possible the device is not in the Management Console. If this is the case, it is likely the full group.name is already known.
4. Delete the device from the Management Console. If the following prompt appears, select Cancel and then proceed to Step 5:
5. If there are logical devices associated with the device to be deleted, the logical devices must first be removed. Take note of each group.name of the logical devices as these will be possibly needed later to configure a SQL script. Once each of the logical devices has been deleted from the Management Console, repeat Step 4 with the original device.
6. Once all devices have been documented by group.name and deleted from the Management Console, the following SQL script must be configured to delete each device individually.
7. Download and run the "DeleteSource_BatchDeleteDataPME2020_V04" script in SSMS (no need to enter any device name), this will create a stored procedure "spDM_DeleteSourceAndBatchDeleteData" in ION_Data DB that batch deletes data at 2500 rows per batch and finally the device itself.

You may call this SP to delete the device as below -

USE [ION_Data]

GO

spDM_DeleteSourceAndBatchDeleteData 'GroupName.DeviceName'

GO

(Note: GroupName.Device name should be as per the 'Name' in the table [ION_Data].[dbo].[Source])

Video: How does the PK4MB2HA retaining kit install into the proper QO, single phase, 225 A max, convertible mains load centers?

Issue:
Product Design Features 
 
Product Line:
QO Load Centers
 
Resolution:
The PK4MB2HA retaining kit secures one QO 2-pole branch circuit breaker with or without electrical accessories to the Right side of the interior when used as a Back-Fed Main Breaker.
This retaining kit can ONLY be used for QO, 1phase, 150-225amp, Convertible main load centers, Series S01 and S02 and Plug-On Neutral Series S06 Load Centers.
The retaining bracket will mount over the face of the back-fed branch breaker and get secured using the single interior mounting screw that comes with the kit.
NOTE: QO-GFI and QO-AFI branch circuit breakers are NOT suitable for use as back-fed main circuit breakers.

The attached video is ONLY to supplement the INSTRUCTIONS that come with the kit. PLEASE make sure to read the instructions and all the below Safety Information that is located in the instructions BEFORE working on any electrical equipment.
A pdf copy of the complete instructions is attached below the video.
Danger label pic

Make sure to turn OFF ALL Power supplying the equipment and verify the power is OFF using a properly rated voltage sensing device, BEFORE working on or with electrical equipment. 
1) Once all Safety steps are followed, begin the kit installation by following the instructions.
2) Make sure to obtain the correct 2-pole, QO branch breaker to be used as the back-fed Main and DO NOT exceed the maximum rating marked on each load center.
3) As shown in step 2, on page 2 of the intructions, remove and discard the interior mounting screw(Fig. 1) 
4) Install the appropriate  QO back-fed branch breaker ONLY in positions 2-4 (The first two positions in the upper right side of the interior)
5) Center the retaining bracket over the breaker to be used as the back-fed breaker and press down against the face of the retaining bracket to seal it against the breaker.
6) Secure the retaining bracket to the base with the new interior mounting screw provided in the kit and torque to 35 lb-in (4 N-m)
7) Remove the backing of the wiring diagram label that comes in the kit, to expose the adhesive and attach the label to the inside of the load center enclosure or to the back of the cover.

NOTE: PLEASE READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS AND SAFETY INFORMATION THAT COME WITH THE KIT AND NEVER WORK ON ENERGIZED EQUIPMENT.

What are the repair parts for the HU363SS, series F6? (may be shown as F06)

Issue:
Repair parts

Product Line:
Heavy Duty Safety Switch

Resolution:
The repair parts for the HU363SS, series F6 (F06) are as follows. No other parts are available.
Line Base Assembly - 4056775250 (arc suppressor not included)
-Line Base mounting screw - 4020515101 (3 required)
-Arc Suppressor Assembly - 4056635550
-Arc Suppressor mounting screw - 4020514501 (1 required)
-Lug assembly - 4025101851 (per lug)
-Lug Mounting Screw - 4020514202 (per lug)
-Mechanism Assembly - 4056646950 (NOTE: handle coupling, cover interlock defeat coupling, and lockplate gaskets may also need replacing)
-Handle Coupling - 4056699850
-Cover Interlock Defeat Coupling - 4056699750
-Handle Assembly - 4056894150 (also recommend replacing lockplate gaskets)
-Lockplate - 4056894201 (also recommend replacing lockplate gaskets)
-Lockplate Gasket - 4050322802 (2 required)
-Lockplate mounting screw - 2194900001 (2 required)
-Ground Lug - 4025101851 (2 required)
-Ground Lug Mounting Screw - 4020514801

Video: How is automatic restart configured on the ATV21 / ATV212 drive?

Issue:
Video: Automatic restart on the ATV21 / ATV212 drives

Product Line:
ATV21 and ATV212

Environment:
All serial numbers for ATV21 and ATV212

Cause:
Certain faults can be automatically reset after the cause has cleared.  The drive will then restart the motor.

Resolution: 
Set F303 to any value, from 1 to 10, indicating the number of attempts to clear the detected fault. 
By factory default F303 is set to 0. A value of 0 disables the feature.
If the fault clears, the drive will restart the motor if the run command is active.
If the fault does not clear after all attempts are made, the drive will require a manual reset.

The first clear is attempted 1 second after the detected fault occurs.  Each subsequent clear attempt adds 1 second to the time interval between attempts.

 


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See the ATV212 Programming Manual, page 135 for further details.
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