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Mounting Accessories WAll Boxes Metal, Poured Concrete, Single Height, 5 Gang

Catalogue Number: 164/5
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Colour: Per UOM Std.
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Specifications

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Range of product
Series 164
Product brand
Clipsal
Shape
rectangular
Number of gangs
5 gangs
Cable entry number
31
Material
steel
Surface treatment
electro-galvanized
Length
234 mm
Width
97 mm
Depth
58 mm
Location of connection
rear
Sustainable offer status
Green Premium product
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
Circularity Profile
N/A

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Frequently Asked Questions

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What are the dimensions of the 164/5 wall box?

The dimensions of the 164/5 wall box are 234mm wide x 97mm high x 58mm deep.

Some of the key features are:
  • Fixed nut
  • 5 gang
  • Standard size
  • for poured concrete
For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=164/5

What is the wall box to suit the B10/30/5 ?

 The part number for the wall box 164/5

What is the current transformers with accuracy class 0.5rated power: 3 VA?

 The part code is 16455

What is the wall box to suit the B8/30/4

 The wall box part number is 164/4

What is the alternate code for a 164/3

There is no plastic box the same size as 164/3, you can use PDL144Mt side by side would do the same

What is the wall box to suit the B4/30/2 ?

 The part number for the wall box is 164/2

What is the wall box to suit the B6/30/3 ?

 The part number for the wall box is 164/3

What are the dimensions of wall box 164/4 and the part number to suit?

The 164/4 which is the wall box to suit part number B8/30/4.

dimensions  188mm x 97mm x 58 mm

What are the dimensions of wall box to suit 14/30/7

Dimensions of wall box 324mm x 97mm x 58mm Part no 164/7

What is the part number for the wall box for the 14/30/7 and dimensions?

The part number for the wall box for the 14/30/7 and dimensions are - 164/7 & dimensions - W324mm x H97mm x D58mm

For further information , visit link below:-
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=14/30/7

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What are the dimensions of the wall box to suit the B12/30/6 Multi-Gang Switch?

The wall box to suit the 12/30/6 Multi-Gang Switch is a 164/6.

The dimensions of the wall box is a 164/6 are 278mm(W) X 97mm(H) X 58mm(D).

Some of the key features are:

  • 30 series rocker type
  • B-Style
  • Switch arrangement 6 horizontal and 2 vertical
  • Fascia size: 303 mm Width x 120 mm Height
  • 12 number of switch apertures


For further information please visit www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=B12/30/6

What is the replacement for 16468 CT?

The replacement for 16468 CT is METSECT5MF025
 

What is the replacement for 15465 KWH meter?

What is the replacement for 15467 Power meter with 100/5 CTs?

What is the part code for the replacement rubber seal for PDL 14/15 Tuff light

The part code is PDL20/8

What is the new code for the Merlin Gerin 16065 Time Delay Module ?

Code =  A9E16065

What is the replacement for 16065?

 Replacement for 16065 is A9E16065.

Is there a protective boot for the ZB4/5 ranges of selector switches?

No, boots are only available for push buttons, though there is a booted key for the key switches, ZBG455P.

What is the replacement for the Merlin Gerin Current Transformer 16456?

The Part code is METSECT5CC020.
https://eshop.schneider-electric.com/product.aspx?org=21&lang=1&dist=276&prod_id=METSECT5CC020

Struxureware Power Monitoring 7.0.1 Installer fails with Return code 1645

Goals and Symptoms

Issue
Struxureware Power Monitoring 7.0.1 Installer fails with the following message during the "Copy Files" portion:

"Install Completed with error. Return code is1645"

Causes and Fixes

Cause

This error has been the result of installing SPM from media other than a local CD/DVD drive or local hard drive. (i.e. Shared network drive and/or portable USB CD/DVD drive).


Resolution

To resolve this issue copy the files from the SPM installation media to the local hard drive of the local server. Run the SPM 7.0.1 Installer from the local hard drive.


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL211399 V1.0, Originally authored by MaTh on 05/09/2013, Last Edited by MaTh on 05/09/2013
Related ranges: Power Monitoring Expert 7

What wall clip is used for Prestige large format plates?

The 154/2 is the clip to suit any Prestige large format plate 115mm x 115mm

Part number for a C clip to suit prestige range?

The part name is 154/2

What is the replacement part number for 16065?

The replacement part number for 16065 is now A9E16065
see data sheet for more information....https://eshop.schneider-electric.com/product.aspx?org=21&lang=1&dist=276&prod_id=A9E16065
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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.

What is the difference between the Surge Arresters reference 15597 and 16447

The difference between the Surge Arrester references 15597 and 16447 is as follows:

1.) 15597 is a PF20 3Pole Fixed type Type 2 LV Surge Arrester.
2.) 16447 is a PRD20 3Pole Withdrawable type Type 2 LV Surge Arrester. 

Both are suitable to be used in low risk level and for use in TNC Earthing systems.

The difference is that 15597 at its end of life needs to be replaced as it is Fixed type, while 16447 at its end of life can be reused by simply replacing the cartridge as it is Withdrawable type, and the other major advantage is that the wiring does not get disturbed.

What is the part number for the replacment to 16451?

The replacement to the 16451 is new part number - METSECT5CC005
For further information please visit the link:
 https://eshop.schneider-electric.com/product.aspx?org=21&lang=1&dist=276&prod_id=METSECT5CC005
 
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What are the dimensions for part number 162/4?

The dimensions are 186mm (w) x 194mm (h) x 58mm (d)

for more information on this part please refer to https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=162/4

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Netbotz user information changes require a reboot if user info is also used for SNMP version 3 credentials.

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User names and passwords are also used when configuring version 3 SNMP credentials. If the credentials are changed, they will not take effect until the Netbotz appliance is rebooted.

This is a known issue and for version 3 Netbotz devices and is fixed in Botzware 3.2.

Version 2 Netbotz must be rebooted and there is no fix scheduled.

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What is the part number of the wall clip suitable for large format Prestige P2000 plates?

The part number for the wall clip suitable for large format Prestige P2000 plaes is 154/2.

Do you have the a longer version of the standard mounting screws for your power points?

Yes the part number for the longer screws is a 355A. They are 50mm long apposed  to the 355 which is 32mm long. Both screws are M3.5 X 0.8 Pitch.

How to change the display settings of energy units from MWh to kWh in ME Meter.

Depending on the ME meter version, meter will automatically select the appropriate units and therefore it is not possible to modify the energy units. From 40/5 to 150/5 CT ratio, the energy unit display is KWh and from 200/5 to 6000/5 CT ratio, the energy unit display is MWh.

CT Setting:
To change the CT settings hold down the button on the Front Face of the ME Meter for more than 5 sec when on the CT Rating display. After approximately 5 sec the display will start blinking, now enter the CT setting. Once again hold the button till the display stop flashing, to ensure that the entry is saved.

What is the Proper Direction the DG4/5 EPROM should face?

"NOTE THAT THERE ARE TWO STYLES OF BOARDS.
The board in your system may be one of two styles. The early style has a RED LED. The EPROM is installed on this style with the notch towards the edge of the board. The later style has a YELLOW LED. The EPROM is installed on this style with the notch away from the edge of the board and in toward the center of the board.

Do Not Use the EPROM label as a reference. Failure to install the EPROM the correct way will destroy the EPROM and may damage the interface board.

Do not install a DataGuard 5 EPROM on a board with a RED LED
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What is the part number for the Ethernet IP / Modbus TCP IP option card for the ATV32 series drives?

Issue:
What is the part number for the Ethernet IP/Modbus TCP/IP option card for the ATV32 series drives?

Product Line:
Altivar 32 series drives.

Environment:
All models, All serial numbers.

Cause:
Part number unknown.

Resolution:
The part number for the combination Ethernet IP/Modbus TCP/IP card for the Altivar 32 series drives is VW3A3616

Is there a skirting mount double power outlet rated to 15A, 250V?

Unfortunately not, we do not have skirting mount double power outlet rated to 250V 15A .

In 15A , 250V, skirting mount, we have the following options:

16/15 -  Single Power Outlet 250V 15A, Skirting Mount, Plate size 98 x 41mm at centre.
For further information, please visit
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=16/15

16/2MF1510 - Double Power Outlet 250V 15A and 10A combination, Skirting Mount, suits ducting (156.5 x 44mm).
For further information, please visit
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=16/2MF1510

 

Back-UPS is detected as an ""Unknown Device"" in Device Manger

Issue:

Back-UPS is detected as an ""Unknown Device"" in Device Manger


Product Line:

All APC Back-UPS UPS utilizing USB communications.


Environment:

All APC Back-UPS UPS utilizing USB communications.



Cause:

If communication between the PC and the USB compatible Back-UPS, is not working properly when the cable is first connected, an ""Unknown Device"" is detected. This problem may be the result of a weak USB receiver on the PC side. If the UPS itself is not detected when the cable is connected (i.e., its not detecting a ""Back UPS Pro 350"", the installation of APC's Power Management Extensions or Powerchute Personal Edition may fail or hang after the setup.exe file is executed.


Resolution:

1. Make sure the UPS and PC are turned on. Disconnect and reconnect the USB cable a few times until the PC detects the appropriate UPS model. Once it
does, continue on with the installation instructions. If this is not successful, go to the next step.


2. Check to see if the Human Interface Device (HID) drivers are already installed. If they are not installed, the Add New Hardware Wizard will not start
up when the USB cable is connected. If the HID drivers are installed, then continue on with the installation of APC's Power Management Extensions
software. To check to see if these drivers are installed go to Device Manager (Start - Settings - Control Panel - System - Device Manager) and look for a
device category called ""Human Interface Device"". If you then unplug the USB cable, this line item will disappear. When you reconnect the cable, the
category will reappear. This confirms that the drivers are properly installed.


3. Confirm that your PC's USB ports are enabled. Go to Device Manager (Start - Settings - Control Panel - System - Device Manager) and look at the list of installed devices.
Towards the bottom, you should see, ""Universal Serial Bus controllers"" and within that you will see, XXX ""Universal Host Controller"" and ""USB Root Hub"".
If Device Manager does not list these items, then your PC is not properly configured to support USB ports. Consult your PC manufacturer for help on this issue.


4. If you are connected through a USB Hub, try connecting the supplied UPS's USB cable directly to a USB port on the PC itself.


5. If other USB devices are connected, try removing those other devices before connecting our USB cable.


6. If possible, try the same installation on another PC or with another UPS.


7. Reboot your PC. After reboot, did your PC recognize the UPS or are you still receiving the initial message of ""Please check that the USB cable between your battery backup and PC is properly connected”? If so, there are a few parameters of your PC’s BIOS that need to be changed in order for your PC to recognize the USB device as an APC UPS after each boot. These changes are as follows:

Advanced Power Management – Needs to be disabled
USB Legacy Device – Needs to be enabled

Note: An APC representative cannot make changes or assist customers in making changes to the BIOS, as it is a liability to APC. The BIOS of your PC is both manufacturer and model specific. Consultation of the Original Equipment Manufacturer is advised in making these changes.


8. If none of the above steps work, please contact APC's Technical Support in the United States and Canada via E-Support at www.apcc/support/contact or via
telephone at 800-800-4272. For support outside of North America, please refer to APC's worldwide contact page at www.apcc.com/contact/#worldwide


Note for Back UPS PRO 350U or 500U users: Compaq Presario Series 5000/5100/5200 computers using non-Intel chip sets have demonstrated unpredictable USB performance with some USB peripherals. APC has developed a special USB connector for these computers which will significantly improve the reliability of USB communications. APC strongly recommends the use of this special connector with Compaq 5000/5100/5200 series computers.


To get your special USB connector shipped to you at no charge, visit the Web at https://promo.apcc.com (key code J421Z). Or you can mail or fax the order form enclosed with you Back UPS Pro 350U or 500U."

StruxureWare Central reports NetBotz sensor values when the device is actually offline

Issue:

StruxureWare Central reports NetBotz sensor values when the device is actually offline

Product Line:

StruxureWare Central / Data Center Expert

Environment:

StruxureWare Central / Data Center Expert any version 7.x

Cause:
Data collection.

Resolution:

Based upon the manner that we collect historical data from NetBotz appliances at a configurable scheduled interval, the appliance will report it's last known value until a further data collect takes place. In the event that the device is offline for a period of time, last known values are still reported and just the link status is listed as unplugged. When the NetBotz appliance comes back online, a subsequent data collection will occur, updating the sensor values and returning the link status sensors to online. Unlike with an SNMP device and polling the current value, StruxureWare pulls all data on a NetBotz appliance since the last poll.

In the case of a Virtual Sensor on StruxureWare Central 7.x, if all contributing sensors are NetBotz appliances in an offline state, the value will not be recalculated until at least one appliance returns to an online state. This is reflected by the 'Retrieved At' time stamp for the Virtual Sensor.
 

Can split doors be installed on the front of a NetShelter SX, VX or SV cabinet?

Issue: 
It can not be assumed that the rear split doors will install onto the front of the cabinet. Confirmation is needed.  

Product Line: 
NetShelter SX, NetShelter VX, NetShelter SV
 
Environment:
All versions and serial ranges.
 
Cause: 
A customer may want to install split doors onto the front of a NetShelter SX cabinet.
 
Resolution :

Rear split doors can be installed onto the front of a NetShelter SX, VX and SV cabinets. 
A replacement split door kit can be purchased or the existing split rear doors can be swapped to the front of the cabinet.
The replacement door kit includes all of the necessary hardware, including hinges.
The NetShelter one-piece front door may also be installed onto the rear of the cabinet. 
 

The “Generic Modbus” application does not provide status bits values in binary

Issue:
The “Generic Modbus” application does not provide status bits values in binary


Product line:
Generic Modbus Application or Similar application


Environment:
Generic Modbus Application or Similar application


Cause:
The “Generic Modbus” application does not provide status bits values in binary


Resolution:
Take the value provided by the application and convert it to binary by using a calculate like the one provided by Windows.  If using the Windows calculator, you may have to change the calculator to scientific or Programmer mode to accomplish this conversion.
Below is a couple of examples from a Galaxy VX:
Example 1:  Register 400002 (16385)
16385 in BIN 100 000 0000 0001
This example has 14 bits and to get to 16 bits two zeros were added to the left (red text)
10 0000 0000 0001 is 0010 0000 0000 0001
 
Example 2:  Register 400010 (512)
512 in BIN 10 0000 0000
This example has 10 bits so six bits needs to be added to the left (red text)
10 0000 0000 is 000 0010 0000 0000

 

Modbus; How to read Status bits

Issue:
Modbus; How to read Status bits


Product line:
All products


Environment:
All products


Cause:
How to read Status bits


Resolution:
Using a Modbus tool like Generic Modbus Tester you receive the values in the two examples below.  The Generic Modbus tester does not provide binary values so the examples below shows the conversion.  If the application used provides binary then keep that part.
 
Below is a couple of examples from a Galaxy VX:
Example 1:  Register 400002 (16385)
16385 in BIN 100 000 0000 0001
This example has 14 bits and to get to 16 bits two zeros were added to the left (red text)
10 0000 0000 0001 is 0010 0000 0000 0001
Below is the mapping of the bits to the Modbus registers to the Galaxy VX.  You start the with zero on the right and end with 15 on the left.


 
Example 2:  Register 400010 (512)
512 in BIN 10 0000 0000
This example has 10 bits so six bits needs to be added to the left (red text)
10 0000 0000 is 000 0010 0000 0000
Below is the mapping of the bits to the Modbus registers to the Galaxy VX.  You start the with zero on the right and end with 15 on the left.




 

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

Common Rack Automatic Transfer Switch Scenarios and Questions


Issue

This article discusses common Rack Automatic Transfer Switch (ATS) Scenarios and Questions and provides configuration recommendations.
 
 

Product Line


Rack Automatic Transfer Switches including the following models only:
  • AP7721
  • AP7722A
  • AP7723
  • AP7724
  • AP7730
  • AP7731
  • AP7732
  • AP7750A
  • AP7752
  • AP7753


Environment
 
  • All firmware versions
  • All Rack ATS models listed above


Cause

As the Rack Automatic Transfer Switches are complicated and involved products, we have provided some common scenarios and questions along with recommendations and general information on functionality.
With these models, please ensure that after analyzing the situation, the latest available ATS firmware has been applied and instructions followed - INFORMATION BULLETIN - Upgrading Rack ATS Firmware (AP77XX) - potential to permanently damage ATS during download.



Resolution

Please review the scenarios and questions below for additional information.

When both sources are available and stable, the ATS will switch back to its preferred source after a 30 second wait period. Attempts to continually switch the unit prior to the completion of the 30 second period could result in loss of load or damage to the ATS. Anytime an anomaly is detected within this sampling period, the 30 second timer will be reset.

The following is a list of potential causes of ATS to source switching when the upstream UPS goes to battery or when power appears to be present at the ATS input:


 
  1. Switching of the ATS when the UPS goes to or from "on battery" mode
The switching of the ATS occurs as a result of an internal source synchronization when the UPS transfers from mains power to battery power. The UPS creates a frequency shift to speed up or slow down the frequency in order to align the inverter in phase with the sync source chosen. This frequency shift actually creates a deviation in the way the ATS measures the voltage coming from the UPS. This voltage deviation can be large enough for the ATS to interpret this deviation as a voltage drop resulting in the switching from the preferred source to the secondary source. Having two UPS's powered by the same circuit feeding an ATS can also cause output issues. An ATS is designed to supply redundancy, and if both UPS's transfer to battery at the same time due to an input issue, either the transfer time the UPS takes from "online" operation to "on battery", or the frequency shift of two UPS's switching to battery at the same time, can be seen as a complete interruption of power by an ATS. It is not recommended to use 2 UPS's on the same input circuit as the sources of an ATS.
  1. Dropping the load when the ATS switches sources while both appear to have power
The tripping of the circuit breakers during the switching process has been determined to be the result of switching between two sources that are out of phase with each other producing a voltage potential that exceeds the rating of the internal relays responsible for switching from one power source to the other. ATS firmware v3.5.7 and higher aims to resolve this issue and will help prevent the ATS from tripping the upstream circuit breakers.
 

Here are some recommended actions that can be put into place to reduce the probability of the ATS switching when the UPS transfers to battery mode:

  1. Revise the voltage transfer range from medium to wide, revise frequency deviation from +/-2 Hz to +/-3 Hz on the ATS:
 
This will increase the amount of voltage and frequency deviation allowed prior to switching, reducing the probability of switching during this event.
 
  1. Set the sensitivity preference from high to low:
 
This will allow more time for the frequency synchronization to occur before the ATS takes action and switches.
 
  1. Set the source preference from source A to none on the ATS:
 
If neither source is preferred, this is the ideal setting. This will avoid switching back to Source A when the two UPSs are most likely to be out of sync with each other.

 

Using the Rack ATS with a Generator

APC recommends placing a UPS between the generator and the ATS input. The UPS will condition the input voltage to the ATS to prevent thrashing.  A second UPS should be used between the power utility and the other input of the ATS. This UPS will power the load while the generator starts and stabilizes. The UPS should be sized to allow time for the generator to be started and the time needed for the UPS attached to the generator to operate normally. While the generator is starting, the generator voltage and frequency are not stable. If the ATS is connected directly to the generator, the ATS can switch to the generator input before the generator has stabilized. The load of the ATS will cause the generator voltage to dip. This dip can also shift the frequency of the voltage. Either of these issues can cause the ATS to switch to the other input.