socket swt single 10a e/sw

Single Switch Socket Outlet, 250V, 10A, Standard Size, Removable Extra Switch

Catalogue Number: 15X
socket swt single 10a e/sw
Colour: White Electric
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • Black 1 PCE
  • Cream 1 PCE
  • Dark Blue 1 PCE
  • Red 1 PCE
  • Resistant White Electric 1 PCE
  • White Electric 1 PCE
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Specifications

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Product brand
Clipsal
Range of product
Standard Series
Control type
ON/OFF button
Number of gangs
1 gang
Pin number
3
Number of power socket outlets
1
Actuator
  • switch
  • rocker
    • Mounting position
      horizontal
      Fixing mode
      by screws
      Local signalling
      without light indicator
      Material
      PC (polycarbonate)
      Surface finish
      glossy
      [Ue] rated operational voltage
      250 V AC
      [In] rated current
      10 A
      Depth
      14 mm
      Length
      115 mm
      Width
      73 mm
      Fixing center
      84 mm
      Standards
    • AS/NZS 3100
    • AS/NZS 3112
    • AS/NZS 3133
    • AS/NZS 3000:approval number S/1
      • Sustainable offer status
        Green Premium product
        EU RoHS Directive
        Compliant
        Mercury free
        Yes
        RoHS exemption information
        Yes
        China RoHS Regulation
        Product out of China RoHS scope. Substance declaration for your information
        Environmental Disclosure
        ENVPEP120506EN
        Circularity Profile
        N/A

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        Frequently Asked Questions

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        Is the extra switch in the 15X removable?

        Yes, the extra switch in the 15X is removable. Any 230v rated 30 series mec will fit in it's place.

         

        What are the Vijeo Designer v6.2 Runtime specifications/limitations?

        Issue:
        What are the Vijeo Designer v6.2 Runtime specifications/limitations?

        Product Line:
        Vijeo Designer, XBTGC/GK/GT, HMIGK/GTO/GTU/STO/STU, iPC, Panel PC, Box PC

        Resolution:
        Below are the Runtime specifications for Vijeo Designer v6.2.

        Run-Time Specifications

        • Use the following statistics as only a guideline for creating your own applications. Some applications may not be able to run despite remaining below these documented numbers because of memory limitations. To make sure your application will run correctly, check the memory requirement for each panel and operation, and compare these requirements with your target machine. For details, see Section 25.3.3, Checking Memory Usage. Always test your application thoroughly before running it in a production environment.
        • The following statistics were obtained by testing each individually on factory machines. These numbers will vary depending on the operating environment, the complexity of the application, the CPU load, and the amount of memory available on the target machine. Some of these performance numbers can be enhanced with upgraded memory, CF Cards/SD Cards, and hard disks.
        Panels
        Number of panels/popup windows (limit) The number of panels that can be created in a project depends on the amount of flash memory available on your target machine and on the size of  each panel. For example, you can have a project on an XBTGT6330 target that contains 100 panels.
        As the number of panels for your project increases, memory consumption also increases.
        Number of objects on a panel (recommended) The number of objects that can be placed on a panel depends on the target machine's panel height and width. For example, you can have a project on an XBTGT6330 target that contains 200 objects per panel.
        As the number of objects placed on a panel increases, memory consumption also increases.
        Popup windows (limit) Number of popup windows that can be displayed at run time: maximum of 3, which includes the popup keypad.
        Large Toolchest parts On some targets, large parts placed on a panel may cause a wait time to occur when changing panels. For example, on an XBTGC 2230U, switching from one panel to another panel with a Web Browser took several seconds.
        Actions
        Maximum number of actions 100
        Scripts
        Maximum length of each script (recommended)
        For other script recommendations, see Section 18.3.4, Key Points.
        50 lines
        Error Logging
        Number of run-time events stored 100
        Alarms and Events
        Number of Alarm Groups and Event Groups in a Target (limit) 32 max.
        Number of Alarm Categories and Remote Categories in a Target (limit) 32 max.
        Number of event records in an event group (limit) The number of event records you can store in each event group is 10,000 max. Events are recorded in both History and Log, which results in having two event records for each event that occurs. For example, if you set 10,000 as the maximum number of total records, you can only store 5000 events.
        Number of alarms in alarm groups (limit) The number of Log and History alarm records you can store in each alarm group is 10,000 max.
        In the Alarms node, when Backup Alarm Group is set to No, you can store up to 80,000 total Log and History alarms in a target's alarm groups.
        When Backup Alarm Group is Yes, the number of alarms is limited by the space available on SRAM.
        Number of alarms in an alarm category (limit) and remote category 60,000
        Alarm Backup
        The size required by each alarm message depends on the alarm type.
        Active: 20 bytes per record
        History: 24 bytes per record
        Log: 16 bytes per record
        SRAM Capacity (Backup) is different for each target machine type.
        128 to 512 KB (Depends on model. Refer to your hardware manual.)
        For information about how much SRAM is required by your project, see Section 4.5.1, Target Properties.
        E-mail
        Number of attachments per e-mail 1 max.
        Maximum size of file attachment 10 MB
        Link Objects
        Maximum number of definition objects (per Target node) 100
        Maximum of folder levels in the folder structure for definition objects (per Target node) 5
        Files
        Number of text files (limit) 200 max.
        Text file size (recommended) 50KB max.
        Number of video files (limit) 200 max.
        Number of sound files (limit) HMIG5U / HMIG5U2 / iPC / XBTGTW Series HMIG3U / XBTGC / XBTGT / XBTGH / HMIGTO / HMISTO / HMISTU / HMISCU / HMIGK Series XBTGK Series
        1,500 200 200
        Languages
        Number of user languages you can create (allowed) 15 max.
        Variables
        Number of variables per panel (limit) HMIG5U / HMIG5U2 / iPC Series All other target types
        Maximum 2500 variables per panel Maximum 800 variables per panel.
        Number of variables per target (limit) HMIG5U / HMIG5U2 / iPC / XBTGTW Series HMIG3U / XBTGC / XBTGT / XBTGH / HMIGTO / HMISTO / HMISTU / HMISCU / HMIGK Series XBTGK Series
        12000 max. 8000 max. 8000 max.
        • For iPCs, if persistent variables such as alarm variables and data logging variables are used, a maximum of 8000 variables can be supported for each iPC target.
        Number of variables you can share (recommended) HMIG5U / HMIG5U2 / iPC / XBTGTW Series HMIG3U / XBTGC / XBTGT / XBTGH / HMIGTO / HMISTO / HMISTU / HMISCU / HMIGK Series XBTGK Series
        400 300 300
        • The Maximum Number of Shared Variables is the recommended maximum number of variables that is shared at any one time NOT the maximum number of Sharing-enabled (Read-only or Read/Write) variables. In other words, the number of variables that you set to Read-Only or Read/Write has no limits; only the number of variables that are accessed by other targets is limited. Performance may become an issue if you exceed the recommended maximum.
        Security
        Number of security groups per target 20 max.
        Number of users per security group 100 max.
        Number of users per target 100 max.
        Number of users per Vijeo Designer project 200 max.
        Driver Restrictions on Windows Target Machines
        Biometric Switch The Biometric Switch's USB driver currently does not support Windows target machines running on embedded Windows operating systems, including Windows XP Embedded and Windows Embedded 7.
        Drivers not supported on target machines that run Windows operating systems The following drivers are not supported on Windows operating systems, and therefore Windows target machines cannot connect to physical equipment using these drivers. Simulation in Buildtime is also not supported.
        Schneider Electric:
        • Modbus TCP/IP USB
        • Modbus Plus
        • Modbus Slave RTU
        • FIPIO
        • FIPWAY
        Siemens AG:
        • MPI/PPI
        Rockwell Automation:
        • DH485
        Data Logging
        Number of Data Logging Groups in a target (limit) 80
        Maximum number of variables being logged in a target HMIG5U / HMIG5U2 / iPC / XBTGTW Series HMIG3U / XBTGT1005 / XBTGT2000 and higher / XBTGC / XBTGK / HMIGTO / HMISCU / HMIGK Series HMISTO / HMISTU Series XBTGH Series
        250 variables max. 100 variables max. 60 variables max. 80 variables max.
        Table Resources
        Maximum number of table resources in a tablet/smartphone project 10
        Maximum number of states in a table resource 255
        Resource Library
        Maximum number of Text, Color, Image, Font Resources in a project (limit) 256
        Maximum size of an image file used in an image resource 1920x1080
        Forms Printing
        Number of forms you can create for each user application (limit) 50 max.
        Maximum number of objects on one form (recommended) 2000
        Communication
        Number of equipment nodes (limit) HMIG5U / HMIG5U2 / iPC / XBTGTW Series HMIG3U / XBTGC / XBTGT / XBTGH / HMIGTO / HMISTO / HMISTU / HMISCU / HMIGK Series XBTGK Series
        80 max. 48 max. 48 max.
        Number of scan groups per equipment (limit) 20 max. per equipment node
        Number of Maximum Share Connections (limit) HMIG5U / HMIG5U2 / iPC / XBTGTW Series HMIG3U / XBTGC / XBTGT / XBTGH / HMIGTO / HMISTU / HMIGK / HMISCU Series XBTGK Series
        32 8 8
        • The maximum number of shared connections includes:
        • Remote targets in target-to-target sharing
        • Web Gate
        • Vijeo Design'Air Plus mobile devices
        • Remote alarm access from other targets
        • Intelligent Data Services (IDS) tool access
        Recipe
        Total number of recipe groups (standard recipe group or Parison Recipe Group) per target 32 max.
        Number of recipes in a recipe group (limit) 256 max.
        Number of ingredients in each recipe (limit) for a standard recipe group 1024 max.
        Number of ingredients in each recipe (limit) for a Parison Recipe Group 64 min.
        400 max.
         
        The user application you create in the Editor is restricted by target machine run-time specifications. The following table lists the memory capacity of available target machines. DRAM memory affects how much information you can display on the panel at one time. Internal Memory affects the total size of your application. SRAM memory affects how much information you can store between run-time sessions.
        If you are using a tablet/smartphone, the memory capacity depends on the model. See the manufacturer's specifications for more information.
         
        Target Machine Memory (DRAM) Storage Media / Internal Memory (Flash Memory) Memory (SRAM)
        Magelis iPC Compact MPC KT52 256 or 512 MB N.A. 2 MB (Simulated)
        Compact MPC KT22 512 or 1024 MB N.A. 2 MB (Simulated)
        Compact MPC KT12 512 or 1024 MB N.A. 512 KB
        Compact MPC KT55xx2 512, 1024, or 2048 MB N.A. 512 KB
        Compact MPC KT22xxx20 512 MB N.A. 512 KB
        Compact PC Box MPC KN02 512 MB N.A. 512 KB
        Smart MPC ST52 256, 512, or 1024 MB N.A. 2 MB (Simulated)
        Smart MPC ST21 256, 512, or 1024 MB N.A. 2 MB (Simulated)
        Smart MPC ST11 256 or 512 MB N.A. 512 KB
        Smart/Smart+ MPC ST52xx2/HMI PSx7 256, 512, or 1024 MB N.A. 512 KB
        Smart Box MPC SN01 256 MB N.A. 512 KB
        Smart MPC ST21xxx20 512 MB N.A. 512 KB
        Flex PC Box PTX MPC02 512 MB N.A. 2 MB (Simulated)
        Flex PC Box PTX MPC05 512 MB N.A. 2 MB (Simulated)
        Box Performance HMIBPxxx2 2-8 GB Storage media 512 KB
        Box Performance HMIBPxxx5 2-8 GB Storage media 512 KB
        Box Universal HMIBUxxx1 1-3 GB Storage media 512 KB
        Box Universal HMIBUxxx2 1-3 GB Storage media 512 KB
        HMIGTW5354/Panel W HMIPWC5 1-2 GB Storage media 512 KB
        HMIGTW7354x/Panel Optimum HMI PWC7/PVC7 1-2 GB Storage media 512 KB
        Panel Performance HMIPPx6 4 GB DDR3 (in 1 slot) Storage media 2 MB (Simulated) or Interface Option ports (IF and IF2)
        Panel Performance HMI PPx7/PRx7 2-8 GB Storage media 512 KB
        Panel Performance HMIPPx9 2-8 GB Storage media 512 KB
        Panel Universal HMIPUx6 2 GB DDR3 (in 1 slot) Storage media 2 MB (Simulated) or Interface Option ports (IF and IF2)
        Panel Universal HMI PUx7/PTx7 1-3 GB Storage media 512 KB
        Panel Universal HMIPUx9 1-3 GB Storage media 512 KB
        XBTGTW450 512 MB N.A. 2 MB (Simulated)
        XBTGTW652 256, 512, or 1024 MB N.A. 2 MB (Simulated)
        XBTGTW750/HMIGTW7353 512 MB N.A. 2 MB (Simulated)
        Rack PC Optimized HMIRSO/HMIRXO 2 GB Storage media Use Internal Flash to simulate SRAM.
        Rack PC Universal HMIRSU 4 GB Storage media Use Internal Flash to simulate SRAM.
        Rack PC Performance HMIRSP 4 GB Storage media Use Internal Flash to simulate SRAM.
        S-BOX PC Optimized HMIBSO 2 GB Storage media Use Internal Flash to simulate SRAM.
        S-BOX PC Universal HMIBSU 4 GB Storage media Use Internal Flash to simulate SRAM.
        S-Panel Performance HMIPSPx7 8 GB Storage media 2 MB (Simulated) or Interface Option ports (IF and IF2)
        S-Panel Performance HMIPSPx9 8 GB Storage media 2 MB (Simulated) or Interface Option ports (IF and IF2)
        Enclosed PC Performance HMIPEPx9 8 GB Storage media 2 MB (Simulated)
        S-Panel Optimized HMIPSOx5 4 GB Storage media 2 MB (Simulated) or Interface Option ports (IF and IF2)
        S-Panel Optimized HMIPSOx7 4 GB Storage media 2 MB (Simulated) or Interface Option ports (IF and IF2)
        Box Universal HMIBMU 4 GB Storage media 512 KB
        Performance HMIBMP 8 GB Storage media 512 KB
        Magelis HMIGTO Series HMIGTO1300 128 MB 64 MB 128 KB
        HMIGTO1310 128 MB 96 MB 512 KB
        HMIGTO2300 128 MB 64 MB 128 KB
        HMIGTO2310 128 MB 96 MB 512 KB
        HMIGTO2315 128 MB 96 MB 512 KB
        HMIGTO3510 128 MB 96 MB 128 KB
        HMIGTO4310 128 MB 96 MB 512 KB
        HMIGTO5310 128 MB 96 MB 512 KB
        HMIGTO5315 128 MB 96 MB 512 KB
        HMIGTO6310 128 MB 96 MB 512 KB
        HMIGTO6315 128 MB 96 MB 512 KB
        Magelis HMIGTU Series HMIG3U 256 MB 1 GB 512 KB
        HMIG5U 2 GB 16 GB 512 KB
        HMIG5U2 2 GB 16 GB 512 KB
        Magelis HMISCU Series HMISAC (HMIS65/S85) 128 MB 128 MB 128 KB
        HMISBC (HMIS65/S85) 128 MB 128 MB 128 KB
        Magelis HMISTO Series HMISTO501 32 MB 16 MB 128 KB (Simulated)
        HMISTO511 32 MB 16 MB 128 KB (Simulated)
        HMISTO512 32 MB 16 MB 128 KB (Simulated)
        HMISTO531 32 MB 16 MB 128 KB (Simulated)
        HMISTO532 32 MB 16 MB 128 KB (Simulated)
        Magelis HMISTU Series HMISTU655 32 MB 16 MB 64 KB
        HMISTU855 32 MB 16 MB 64 KB
        HMIS5T 64 MB 32 MB 64 KB
        Magelis XBTGT Series XBTGT7340 64 MB 32 MB 512 KB
        XBTGT6340 64 MB 32 MB 512 KB
        XBTGT6330 32 MB 32 MB 512 KB
        XBTGT5430 32 or 64 MB*1 32 MB 512 KB
        XBTGT5340 64 MB 32 MB 512 KB
        XBTGT5330 32 MB 32 MB 512 KB
        XBTGT5230 32 MB 32 MB 512 KB
        XBTGT4340 64 MB 32 MB 512 KB
        XBTGT4330 32 MB 32 MB 512 KB
        XBTGT4230 32 MB 32 MB 512 KB
        XBTGT2930 64 MB 16 MB 512 KB
        XBTGT2430 64 MB 32 MB 512 KB
        XBTGT2330 32 MB 16 MB 512 KB
        XBTGT2220 32 MB 16 MB 512 KB
        XBTGT2130 32 MB 16 MB 512 KB
        XBTGT2120 32 MB 16 MB 512 KB
        XBTGT2110 32 MB 16 MB 128 KB
        XBTGT1335 32 MB 32 MB 128 KB
        XBTGT1135 32 MB 32 MB 128 KB
        XBTGT1105 32 MB 32 MB 128 KB
        Magelis XBTGC Series XBTGC1100T 32 MB 16 MB 512 KB
        XBTGC1100U 32 MB 16 MB 512 KB
        XBTGC2120T 32 MB 16 MB 512 KB
        XBTGC2120U 32 MB 16 MB 512 KB
        XBTGC2230T 32 MB 16 MB 512 KB
        XBTGC2230U 32 MB 16 MB 512 KB
        XBTGC2330T 32 MB 16 MB 512 KB
        XBTGC2330U 32 MB 16 MB 512 KB
        Magelis XBTGH Series XBTGH2460 64 MB 32 MB 512 KB
        Magelis XBTGK Series XBTGK2120 32 MB 16 MB 512 KB
        XBTGK2330 32 MB 16 MB 512 KB
        XBTGK5330 32 MB 32 MB 512 KB
        Magelis HMIGK Series HMIGK2310 128 MB 96 MB 512 KB
        HMIGK5310 128 MB 96 MB 512 KB
         
        *1 The XBTGT5430 model comes in two versions that differ in their DRAM size (32 MB or 64 MB). To determine the version of the XBTGT5430, look for the following serial numbers on the manufacturer's label on your target machine:  
        • 32 MB: PV: 01, RL: 00, SV: 1.0
        • 64 MB: PV: 01, RL: 01, SV: 1.1
        In Vijeo Designer when you select XBTGT5430 as a target machine, by default it is set to the 64 MB version. No additional memory check is performed for the 32 MB version. Make sure your application does not exceed the amount of DRAM available on your target machine. To find out the amount of memory available on a target machine, see Section 26.4.6, Displaying Memory.
         

        Do you have a 4 pole normally closed 159 Series contactor?

        Unfortunately the 4 pole normally closed 159 Series contactor was a part of the Square D brand and has been discontinued.

        What is the standard key used in a 9001KX,9001KR, 9001KS and 9001SKS selector switch?

        Issue:
        Replacement standard key for the 9001 oeprators.

        Product Line:
        Harmony Pushbuttons

        Environment:
        All Products

        Resolution:
        The standard key is the E10 key which is catalog number 2941101100.
         

        What is the 154 that suits the Slimline range?

        The 154 to suit the Slimline range is the 154RM.

        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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        What are the physical dimensions of the 95ESW9P1G?

        145x 117x 22 mm (L x W x H)

        How many socket outlets can be protected by a RCD or LIOM?

        To meet the requirements of the AS3003 wiring rules the number of sockets connected to a LPD device is associated with the area of installation.

        Cardiac Protected Areas
         
        • Connected to a LIOM 12x socket outlets (multiple patient locations).
        • Connected to a RCD 12x sockets (one patient location).
         
        Body Protected Areas
         
        • Connected to a LIOM (in accordance with AS3000 rules & multiple patient locations.
        • Connected to a RCD 12x sockets (multiple patient locations).

        Do you have a 15S in biege?

        No, the 15S only comes in White Electric and Red.

        Some of the key features are:
        • 1 pole
        • Standard size
        • Safety shutter
        For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=15Shttps://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=15S

        What is the socket to go with a BALS21241

        PDL56SO532CEELEGY page 153 pocket book

        What are the dimensions of the 535 power tower

         Dimensions 158 x 158 x 140mm high

        What is the part code for a caravan lead with RCD 15m permanent connection

         The part code is PDL 953/15

        Is there a PDL 953/15 that is longer than 15m

         No not available 
        Please note this product is being phased out

        what are the dimensions of the ATV312HU40N4?

        Height 184 mm
        Width 142 mm
        Depth 152 mm

        Is there a 154 C-clip that does thicker than 10mm plasterboard/ gyprock?

        Yes the 154/1 does plasterboard/gyprock thickness's between 19-25mm.

        Whats are the dimensions of the T200, T200FA, T200F, T200X, T200L, T200S

         210 x 158 x 112mm (L x D x W) 

        Whats the dimensions for a T300, T300L, T300S

         210 x 158 x 117mm (L x W x D)

        Does our E-Flex drives comply with FCC Part 15?

        Issue:
        E-Flex FCC compliance

        Product Line:
        ATV61 drives, E-Flex enclosures

        Environment:
        E-Flex enclosures

        Cause:
        None

        Resolution:
        In general, industrial equipment isn't required to comply with FCC guidelines.  It's not evaluated to any FCC guidelines.  We can't confirm if it does or does not meet the requirements.

        What is the meaning of fault code 151 in XXMIT block in Unity Pro.

        The fault code 151 means that MsgOut is smaller than 12 Byte when 'Modbus Master Messaging' function is selected.

        To prevent this fault do the following:
         
        1. Increase the array size of variable defined for MsgOut parameter.
         
        2. Use array of same size as defined in step#1 for the variable of parameter MsgIN.

        What is the part number for a 30 pole switch board with 2 rows of 15?

        The part number for a 30 pole switch board with 2 rows of 15 is - 4FCC30
        For further information , visit link below:-
        https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=4FCC30
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        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 154 in a 4 gang application?

        The part number for a 154 in a 4 gang application is a 2154/4.
        Some of the key features are:
        • Mounting brackets
        • 4 gang
        • For plasterboard or hardboard mounting
        • Including 2025V3/30PF
        For further information please visit www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=2154/4

         

        Where in the 2014 PDL Pocketbook can I find the BALS Product?

        PDL page 76 and 154

        Dimensions of the Clipsal 155PRM, Metal Mounting Bracket, for plaster walls?

        152 Length x 152 Width x 10 Depth mm
        Mounting centre 84mm

        Is the PDL 695X available in 15A version?

        No, we have no 15A sockets available with an extra switch.

        LC1D1506 What are the dimensions? Weight?

        Height 158 mm
        Width 120 mm
        Depth 136 mm
        Product weight 2.5 kg

        What does error 151 generated by the Xxmit block mean?


        Error 151 indicates the variables associated with MsgOut / MsgIn parameters are not long enough. When the Xxmit block is being used as a Modbus messaging function the MsgIn and MsgOut parameters must be configured as located variable of type Word Array 9.


        Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL172843 V1.0, Originally authored by on , Last Edited by on
        Related ranges: Concept

        What is the part number for a switchboard 3 rows of 15?

        The part number for a switchboard 3 rows of 15  is a 4CC45SB.

        Some of the key features are:

        • Supplied with neutral and earth bars or Terminal
        • No isolating switch
        • Front or back wired with ample cutouts for every application
        • Double insulated for operator safety
        • Comprehensive range of legend stickers
        For further information please visit www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=4CC45SB

        What is a suitable Wall box for C-Bus wall switches?

        A Clipsal 157 wall box will be suitable for most C-Bus switchs.
        The only exception is for the C-Bus Reflection range, which uses its own specific wall box: Part name R5060WB

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

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

        Needs a Power board for ATV71HC11N4

        Issue:
        What is the part number for the ATV71HC11N4 and ATV61HC13N4 power boards?

        Product line:
        ATV71 and ATV61

        Environment:
        All models, all serial numbers

        Cause:
        Power board not functional

        Resolution:
        The Power board for these drive is VX5A1HC1113.

        What wall clips are suited to the BSL range?

        You can use the 154 provided you allow a 10mm gap.

        Is there a 9W downlight available?


         Yes. The new TPDL series has 9W, 11W & 15W variations available. 9W series have "3" designation, ie. TPDL301.

        For further information please view the attached document or visit http://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=TPDL301



         




         
         

        What is the part number for the Magelis IPC FRONT-PANEL 15" touch screen?

        The part number for the Magelis IPC FRONT- PANEL 15" touch screen is MPCNT50NNN00N


        Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL173887 V1.0, Originally authored by on , Last Edited by on
        Related ranges: Magelis Modular iPC

        ATV71 or ATV61: What causes the drive to show a PRF fault code?

        Issue:
        ATV71 or ATV61:  What causes the drive to show a PRF fault code?

        Product line:
         ATV71 ATV61

        Environment:
        All models, all serial numbers 

        Cause:
        This fault is displayed when internal diagnostics determines that the drive has lost its ability to detect when power is removed from the PWR terminal..

        Resolution:

        This is a Power removal fault. Suggest to first measure PRA to 0v and make sure there is 24v present. Could also go to menu 1.2 and go  to the Logic input map: Check the PR - should be high. Could also power down the drive and remove the terminal card ( where all the I/O wires are) and check Sw 1- should be up ( in the source position).
         Cycle power on the VFD to reset the fault.  This fault is not related to an activation of the safety function.
        This fault could be due to damage on the drive.  Repeated faults will require repairing the drive by replacement of the control board and/or power board. Consider returning the VFD for repair.

        What is part number for skirting socket 15A and 10A?

        The part number for skirting socket 15A and 10A is 16/2MF1510 -WE

        Is there a C clip for 13mm gyprock as the 154 doesn't fit ?

        No, The 154 is designed to suit  up to 12mm and then the 154/1 suits from 19-25mm . If These are not suitable then 155 series may be used

        Can I use a 15A socket with a 10A plug?

        Yes, a 15A socket with a 10A plug will fit.

        What 15A extension socket has a shroud?

        The 15A extension socket that has a shroud is the 438S15.

        Is there a double pole 15A outlet?

        Yes, the part number is a 2015D15

        What are the dip switch settings for sku 5328, Apple to VGA Monitor Adapter?

        Issue:
        I need to connect my VGA/SVGA monitor to an Apple computer with a DB15 monitor port.  I need to know how to set the dip switches on this adapter.
         
        Product Line:
        Cables and Connectivity Solutions.
         
        Environment:
        AR5328 Apple to VGA monitor adapter. 
         
        Cause:
        The VGA monitor cable has a HD15 connector and the Apple computer has a DB15 port. The adapter has 6 dip switches. How are the dip switches supposed to be set?
         
        Resolution :

        DB15 Male to HD15 Female. Molded style 6. 10 Position DIP switch adjusting  the signal between a Macintosh Computer and IBM Monitor. Supports 6 signal  modes and resolution.
         
        Monitor Resolution Mode 1 Mode 2 Mode 3 Mode 4 Mode 5 Mode 6
        12"" RGB 512 x 384 1345 13456 1347 1346 13467 134
        13"" RGB 640 x 480 66Hz 145 1456 147 146 1467 14
        Portrait 640 x 870 2345 23456 2347 2346 23467 234
        VGA/SVGA 640x 80/800x600 Hz 235 2356 237 236 2357 23
        15"" Tilt 245 2456 247 246 2467 24
        16"" Color 832 x 624 135 1356 137 136 1367 13
        19"" Color 1024 x 768 125 1256 127 126 1267 12
        21"" Color 1152 x 870 12345 123456 12347 12346 123467 1234
        2 Page Mono 1152 x 870 345 3456 347 346 3467 34
        NTSC 1245 12456 1247 1246 12467 124
        NTSC/PAL 1235 12356 1237 1236 12367 123
        HI-RES (12""-14"") 145 1456 147 146 1467 14
        Multiple Scan 14"" 14589 145689 14789 14689 146789 1489
        Multiple Scan 16"" 1458 14568 1478 1468 14678 148
        Multiple Scan 21"" 1459 14569 1479 1469 14679 149

        EXAMPLE: Mode 1345 has switches 1, 3, 4 and 5 turned on and all others turned off.
        Mode SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4 SW5 SW6 SW7 SW8 SW9 SW10
        1345 ON OFF ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
         
        MODE 1 is Composite SYNC (1) SYNC signal (DB 15M pin 3) connected to HD 15F pin 13
        MODE 2 is Composite SYNC (2) DB 15 pin 3 & 15 conn. to HD 15F pin 13
        MODE 3 is SYNC on V DB 15 pin 12 conn. to HD 15F pin 14
        MODE 4 is SYNC on H DB 15 pin 15 conn. to HD 15F pin 13
        MODE 5 is Separate SYNC DB 15 pin 12 conn. to HD 15F pin 14
        DB 15 pin 15 conn. to HD 15F pin 13
        MODE 6 is SYNC on GREEN SYNC on GREEN

        In order to set the adapter you should know the resolution your computer is  sending to the monitor, then choose the correct setting. It may be worth a  quick check to see if the video port/card you have is SVGA compatible also. If you have a standard SVGA monitor, the video port/card is SVGA compatible,  and you don't know the resolution, this list is the most common settings.  Start at the top and work your way down the list until the video is acceptable to you.


        For The Most Common SVGA Monitor Resolutions These Settings, Turn On Switches:

        2,3,5,7 (supports 640 x 480 800 x 600)

        1,3,6,7 (supports 832 x 624)

        1,2,6,7 (supports 1024 x 768)

        1,2,3,4,6,7 (supports 1152 x 870)

        1,4,6,7,8,9 (multiscan 14"")

        1,4,6,7,8 (multiscan 16"")

        1,4,6,7,9 (multiscan 21"")

        AutoCAD drawings for Micom 12x relay

        Below are the drawings for the Micom P12x relay.
        GN0047-1-case 20TE.dwgP12x--518326101-1.pdf


        Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL210214 V1.0, Originally authored by DaFr on 01/04/2013, Last Edited by DaFr on 01/04/2013
        Related ranges: Others protection relays

        What is the code for Arctic Silver Caps?

        Standard Active Silver Caps are not able to be purchased on their own. The only caps available for the range is the labelled cap pack which also comes with 10x blank Cat's Eye Caps. The part number for the Cap pack is 60PBC-3A.
         

        APC by Schneider Electric - APC Surge Product Recall

        Issue:

        This recall involves APC 7 and 8 series SurgeArrest surge protectors manufactured before 2003. The model and serial numbers are located on a label on the bottom of the surge protector. The two numbers that follow the first letter or letters in the serial number sequence indicate the year of manufacture.

        APC and the words Personal, Professional, Performance or Network are printed on the surge protectors. 

        The unit is included in the recall ONLY if the numbers are 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 00, 01 or 02.


        Product Line:

        APC SurgeArrest; The following model numbers are included in this recall.
         

        7 Series model numbers

        8 Series model numbers

        NET7   

        NET8   

        NET7T

        NET8N

        NET7T-C

        PER8T           

        PER7  

        PER8TR

        PER7C

        PER8TR-CN

        PER7T

        PER8TVR

        PER7T-CO

        PER8XTV

        PER7T-U

        PRF8T2

        PER7TX137

        PRF8TT

        PER7-U

        PRO8 

        PER7X148

        PRO8T2

        PRF7  

        PRO8T2C

        PRF7T

        PRO8T2MP12

        PRO7

        PRO8T2MP12B        

        PRO7C

        PRO8TV

        PRO7T

         

        PRO7TX183

         

         

        Resolution:

        Contact Schneider Electric for Replacement

        Schneider Electric IT Corp., toll-free at (888) 437-4007 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, or online at https://recall.apc.com, or www.apc.com and click on the Recall link to submit a claim and obtain more information.

        Further Details: CPSC

        Can a PDL 955RW handle 15A

        Yes, it is rated up to 16A

        what wattage is PDL26 lamp holder ?


        150 Watt

        What dimmer can handle 4 x 150 watt high bays?

        The C2031E4RUD-WE is rated at 800 watt so it will be able to handle 4 x 150 watt high bays.

        What is the replacement for a Invensys Actuator MF-63123?

        The replacement part for the MF-63123 Will be dependent on the Valve size. Please see the Below Table:
         
        Part Number To Be Replaced Description Replacement Forta Actuator Required Linkage
            VB-7xxx 1/2" to 1-1/4" VB-7XXX 1-1/2" to 2" Except VB-7323 VB-7323 1-1/2" to 2"  
        MF-63103 Floating M800A M1500A M800A AV-811
        MF-63103-500 Floating with auxiliary switch M800A-S2* M1500A-S2* M800A-S2* AV-811
        MF-63123 Floating with 15K feedback pot M800A** M1500A** M800A** AV-811
        MF-63123-401 4 to 20mA 7/16", DA M800A M1500A M800A AV-811
        MF-63123-402 4 to 20mA 7/16", DA M800A M1500A M800A AV-811
        MF-63123-500 Floating, 15K feedback pot & aux switch M800A-S2** M1500A-S2** M800A-S2** AV-811
        MF-63123 & MFC-420**** MF-63123 with mA input card M800A M1500A M800A AV-811
        MF-63123 & MFC-8000**** MF-63123 with Vdc input card M800A M1500A M800A AV-811
        MF-63123-500 & MFC-420 **** MF-63123-500 with mA input card M800A-S2* M1500A-S2* M800A-S2* AV-811
        MF-63123-500 & MFC-8000 **** MF-63123-500 with Vdc input card M800A-S2* M1500A-S2* M800A-S2* AV-811

        * Check electrical rating of switch, Forta Switches are not adjustable
        **Old 15K feedback potentiometer, Forta 2 to 10Vdc feedback standard on all models
        ***Check Check electrical rating of switch, Forta Switches are not adjustable, old had15K feedback potentiometer, Forta 2 to 10Vdc feedback standard on all models
        ****MFC-420 and MFC-8000 had adjustable start point and span, Forta has sequencing options

         

        What are the cutout dimensions for the 15" Magelis iPC front panels ?

        The diagrams below shows the cutouts in mm for the Magelis iPC 15" front panels.


        Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL169098 V1.0, Originally authored by on , Last Edited by on
        Related ranges: Magelis Modular iPC

        Is there a version of the PDL895AWH with blue LED indicators?

        PDL895AWH = amber neon indicators
        PDL895ABLWH = blue LED indicators

        Pocketbook PDL page 15.
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