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Mounting Accessories Metal Bracket with Fixing Nails Horizontal

Mounting Accessories Metal Bracket with Fixing Nails Horizontal

Mounting Accessories Metal Bracket with Fixing Nails Horizontal

Item Number: 155N

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$4.06
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Specifications

Design

Product brand

Clipsal

Product or component type

bracket

Sustainable offer status

Green Premium product

Physical

Fixing center

84 mm

Depth

37 mm

Length

135 mm

Width

72 mm

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

Material

Material

metal

Others

Package 1 width

72 mm

Package 1 Height

35 mm

Package 1 Length

140 mm

Accessory / separate part category

mounting accessory

Shape

rectangular

Package 1 Weight

55 g
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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is part number for Optiline 70 skirting duct 155x 55?

The part number for Optiline 70 skirting duct 155x 55 is a - ISM11450

For more information on this part please refer to https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=ISM11450


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Read a LXM32 drive ramp (ACC, DEC) using SoMachine

Issue:
How to read a LXM32 drive ramp (ACC, DEC) using SoMachine?

Product Line:
Lexium 32

Resolution:
To read the drive ramp values (ACC, DEC), you can use the function block "MC_ReadParameter".
This function block requires the modbus address of the parameter in the input "Address".
ParameterNumber must be set to 1000 (Default value).
1556 = RAMP_v_acc
1558 = RAMP_v_dec

Using GetAttributeSingle would also work. In this case, the CIP address should be used (can be found in the LXM32M manual).
CIP 106.1.10 = RAMP_v_acc
CIP 106.1.11 = 1558 = RAMP_v_dec

When is a neutral CT required?

Issue:
When is a neutral CT required?

Product Line:

Environment:

Cause:


Resolution:
A neutral CT is only required when there are loads that produce neutral current.
A neutral CT is required when an electronic-trip circuit breaker has a ground-fault option (alarm or trip) and is used on a 4 wire system. Neutral current must be factored in with phase current for accurate sensing.
A neutral CT is also required for the GFM modules when used on a 4-wire system.


CTA-ID : 1559

What is the largest trunking we do in NZ

 The larges is Actassi 155 x 55 part code ISM11400


What is the part number for a PDL DOL Starter 240V 5.5Kw

PDL56DOL12LOBGY - less overload
available on page 155 Pocket book PDL 2014

GetIDN_S and GetIDN_P 2 bytes in TSXCSYxx and MMS Sercos Modules

Goals and Symptoms

The purpose of this resolution is to inform the user on the behavior when using the command GetIDN_S (opcode 1556) or Get IDN_P ( opcode 1557 ) from a Quantum (or) a Premium SERCOS Controller.

Facts and Changes

When a 2 bytes IDN is gets the PLC haven't any possibility to know if the value is signed or not. So, the PLC register accommodate values from -32767 to + 32767 in signed format
Due to the above reason, values for IDN_S ( or _P ) 2 bytes set higher than 32767 when read, will be returned as follows:

(i) 32768 -> -32768
(ii) 32769-> -32767
(iii) 35000 -> -30536 in signed format. Unsigned format will result in a huge number.

Causes and Fixes

When GetIDN_S ( or _P ) returns a negative value, it may be converted to its positive equivalent by adding 65536.
For example, -30536 + 65536 = 35000 and so on. There is no implication on using the SetIDN_S ( or _P) command for the same IDN which is Unsigned decimal format.


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL182198 V1.0, Originally authored by PhBr on 02/16/2007, Last Edited by PhBr on 02/16/2007
Related ranges: Modicon Premium
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