M8 Hook Sleeve anchor
M8 Hook Sleeve anchor
M8 Hook Sleeve anchor
M8 Hook Sleeve anchor

Thorsman Hook Anchor M8, Set of 25

Catalogue Number: 1511234
M8 Hook Sleeve anchor
M8 Hook Sleeve anchor
M8 Hook Sleeve anchor
M8 Hook Sleeve anchor
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$1.02
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Specifications

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Range of product
Thorsman
Mounting support
  • wall
  • ceiling
  • floor
    • Thread type
      M8
      Provided equipment
    • washer
    • nut
      • Quantity per set
        set of 25
        Sale per indivisible quantity
        25
        Package 1 Weight
        43 g
        Package 1 Height
        28 mm
        Package 1 width
        18 mm
        Package 1 Length
        93 mm
        EU RoHS Directive
        Pro-active compliance (Product out of EU RoHS legal scope)
        Environmental Disclosure
        ENVPEP1401003EN

        Frequently Asked Questions

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        What is the conduit entrance kit for the ATV31HU11M3X or ATV31HU15M3X?

        Issue:   What is the conduit entrance kit for the ATV31HU11M3X or ATV31HU15M3X?
         
        Product Line:   ATv31
         
        Environment:  ATV31Hu11M3X, ATV31HU15M3X
         
        Cause:   N1 conduit kit selection
         
        Resolution:   
        VW3A31813

         

        Using the DATA_EXCH block to issue a function code 6 (write single register) from a M340 Ethernet interface.

        Goals and Symptoms

        To use the DATA_EXCH FB in Unity Pro is issue a modbus function code 6 from a Ethernet interface in a M340 PLC system.

        Facts and Changes

        A minimum version of Unity Pro v4.0 and a M340 CPU or NOE v2.0 must be used for the DATA_EXCH to work properly.

        Causes and Fixes


        First open the Project Settings form the tools menu in Unity Pro.



        Under the Language Extensions tab check off directly represent array variables, Allow dynamic arrays, and disable array size compatibility check.
        Then press OK.



        Next open the variable editor and create e variables for the DATA_EXCH block



        In this example a value of 16#1234 will be written to %MW1876 of slave device connected via MB TCP/IP. This information is shown above in the bytes of the EMIS_PARA variable.
        Note: 1876 in decimal is 754 in hex. All values shown in the DATA_EXCH block are in Hex.

        Explanation of the EMIS_PARA variable

        To understand the setup of this array you must take each byte of each word separately.
        In the first word (16#0706) the 2 bytes are 07 (high byte) and 06 (low byte). The low byte (06) is the MB function code. The high byte (07) is the first part of the starting address in the slave device.
        In the second word (16#1254) the low byte (54) is the rest of the starting address in the slave and the high byte (12) is the start of the data to be sent.
        The last word is only shows the low byte (34) and this is the remaining data to be sent.

        If you look at the 5 bytes (in Hex) individually you get: 06 07 54 12 34

        06 = MB function code 6
        0754 = 1876 decimal (%MW1876)
        1234 = Data to be sent

        The last thing to mention here is that the forth word of the management parameter (Manage_PARA) is equal to the size in bytes of the transmitted data. In this case 5.


        Now create a new FBD section in Unity Pro and press OK.



        Add a ADDM and DATA_EXCH block and link the parameters as follows.



        Note: In a M340 the TYP parameter is always a 1
        The string input for the ADDM block must be chosen to meet the requirements of your network. An explanation of the syntax of this input can be found in the Unity help files.
        In this example %M0 is used to trigger the function code 6 and the slave device is located at 192.168.40.45.

        Build and download to the M340.

        Open a animation table and trigger %M0. You should see the RECP parameter (RECIEVE_DATA) values go from all 0's to the same as the EMIS parameter. This is because the slave device echoes the data back to the master is the transmission was a success. Also the first word of the Management parameter should also be changing while the block is enabled. This indicates successful transmissions.




         


        What is the maximum voltage ratings for the contacts of a CA2KN?

        Issue:
        What is the maximum voltage ratings for a CA2KN22F7?

        Product Line:
        Relays and Timers

        Environment:
        Industrial Relays

        Resolution:
        600VAC and 240VDC

        How to loosen the leveling feet of a NetShelter SX cabinet.

        Issue:
        The leveling feet of a NetShelter cabinet are stuck.

        Product Line:
        NetShelter SX
         
        Environment:
        All versions and serial ranges. 
         
        Cause:

        Unable to get the leveling foot screw to budge. It is stuck.
         
        Resolution:
        Solutions for NetShelter Stuck Feet:

        A Phillips/T30 Torx L-tool is included with each NetShelter cabinet.
        The top of each NetShelter foot has a Phillips screwdriver slot which is used to lower the foot. If the foot is too tight to loosen with the included tool please try using a larger Philips screwdriver. If that doesn't work please try using a wrench:
        The bottom of each foot, just above the pad, has a 13 mm hex head that can also be used to lower the foot. This requires the use of a 13 mm flat open end wrench.
        If you do not have a 13 mm wrench that fits the nut on the foot please contact APC and we can RMA p/n 803-5013B. This is a low profile 13 mm wrench.
        Note: you will need to provide the model number and serial number of the NetShelter cabinet in order to process an RMA. Please have this information ready when you contact APC Customer Support.

        What is the field installable padlock attachment for the Masterpact NW W/Y frame breaker, or NT?

        Issue:
        What is the field installable padlock attachment for the Masterpact NW W/Y frame breaker, or NT?

        Product Line:
        Masterpact

        Environment:
        Products sold in North America

        Cause:
        Need to padlock open an existing Masterpact NW or NT

        Resolution:
        S48539 for Masterpact NW,  W and Y frame. S47514 for the Masterpact NT

        Padlock attachment S48539

        See instruction bulletin, 48049-197-02


        See instruction bulletin, 48049-233-01

        Can more than one keypad be connected to an ATV312 drive?

        Issue:
        Can more than one keypad be connected to an ATV312 drive?

        Product line:
        ATV312, Altivar 312, ATV12, Altivar 12

        Environment:
        All models

        Cause:
        Customer wants to use three keypads at different locations and a modbus hub to split the connection.

        Resolution:
        The ATV312 can only have one remote connected at a time.  It is not possible to connect a splitter in order to use multiple keypads.

        How do I reset the password on my AP5201/AP5202, AP5808/AP5816, or KVM0108A/KVM0116A Analog KVM product?


        Issue

        How do I reset the password on my AP5201/AP5202, AP5808/AP5816, or KVM0108A/KVM0116A Analog KVM product?


        Product Line

        • Rack Accessories - KVM Switches
          • AP5201
          • AP5202
          • AP5808
          • AP5816
          • KVM0108A
          • KVM0116A

        Environment
        • All serial numbers
        • All firmware versions (unless otherwise specified)
        • Small philips head screwdriver available

        Cause

        Lost or forgotten password


        Resolution


        1. Turn off the power to the Analog KVM Switch or Rack LCD with integrated KVM Switch.Open the top cover of Analog KVM Switch, and short the jumper marked "Restore Default Password". On the AP5808/AP5816, you need to open the rear section of the unit's cover and look for the jumper labeled J17. (The "rear section of the unit" refers to the portion of the AP5808 or AP5816 unit that houses the KVM Switch port connections and remains stationary in the rack when the Rack LCD portion of the unit slides in and out of the rack.)
        1. With the jumper shorted, turn on power to the Analog KVM Switch or Integrated KVM unit, and wait until the LEDs stop blinking, then turn off the power.
        1. Return the jumper to the open position, and replace the cover.
        1. Turn the power back on for the device. The assigned usernames and passwords will all be cleared. Start the OSD with the default user name and password, which is blank for both username and password on AP5201/AP5202 and apc/apc for AP5808/AP5816 and KVM0108A/KVM0116A.

        Is there a quick fix for stuck screws on the vertical mounting rails of a NetShelter cabinet?

        Issue:
        The screws on the vertical mounting rail will not loosen.

        Product Line: 
        NetShelter Cabinets

        Environment:
        All versions and serial ranges

        Cause:
        Over-torqued rail screws.

        Resolution:

        Solutions for Stuck Screws:
        There are two ways that you can loosen stuck rail screws using tools that you may have on hand:
        1. The first way requires a T30 Torx socket and a socket wrench. Using this combination provides much greater torque onto the screw head and should loosen it easily.
        2. The second way requires a T30 Torx bit and an electric drill. In this method you tighten the bit into the drill and use the drill as a wrench. Do not turn the drill on. Loosen the bolt by hand turning the drill as you would a wrench.

        If you don’t have these tools on hand please contact *Schneider Electric Tech Support to RMA p/n 0M-5383. This is a T-handle combination Torx tool. It provides more torque than the included L-shaped tool, but not as much as the methods outlined above. The 0M-5383 can be used as a Torx screwdriver or T-handle wrench. To loosen stuck screws you should use the tool as a T-handle wrench.

        If you need to replace any damaged screws please contact *Schneider Electric Tech Support to RMA p/n 803-8008A.

        Note: you will need the model number and serial number of the cabinet in order to process an RMA. These can be found inside the rear doors on the upper frame.
        Please have this information ready when you contact your local *Schneider Electric Tech Support.

        *Contact information can be found in the Owner's Manual or online at www.apc.com under Support.