saddle conduit 25mm s/steel

Saddle Conduit 25mm Stainless Steel

Catalogue Number: 173SS
saddle conduit 25mm s/steel
Retail
$7.34
RRP (Inc. GST)

Specifications

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Product brand
Clipsal
Range of product
Series 170SS
Diameter
25 mm
Fixing mode
by screws
Material
stainless steel
Package 1 Weight
14 g
Package 1 Height
28 mm
Package 1 width
62 mm
Package 1 Length
20 mm
EU RoHS Directive
Pro-active compliance (Product out of EU RoHS legal scope)

Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the Steel rating for 173SS?

The 173SS is rated at 316 Grade Steel

What is the grade rating for the stainless steel saddle part number 173SS?

The grade rating of stailess steel for the 173SS stainless steel is 316.

Are the 172SS saddles made from 316 Stainless Steel?

Yes, the 172SS saddles are made from 316 stainless steel.

Some of the key features are:
  • 0.9 mm gauge
  • 135 mm Maximum Slot Width
  • 5 mm diameter Hole
  • 39 mm Centres
  • 50 mm Length x 20 mm Width x 24 mm Height
For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=172SS

 

What is the part number with a full saddle with 2 holes either side 50mm?

Part number is a 176SS

What is the part number with a full saddle with 2 holes either side 50mm?

Part number is a 176SS

How to convert floating point registers to an interger value in the Enercept Meter and Energy Meter?

Follow the steps below in the example to convert register values to an integer:


  • In this example register 287 has a value of 17395 and register 288 has a value of -22528. Register 287 is the upper 16 bit number and 288 is the lower 16 bit number.

    1) Convert 17395 and 22528 to binary numbers (add a 0 to the front of the number to make it 16 bits) and combine them (drop the negative sign from register 288). This will give you the following binary number:

     

    0 100001111110011 0 101100000000000

     

    2) Drop the 0 to the far left giving you 1000011111100110101100000000000

    3) Take the 8 bits on the far left and convert them to a decimal number:

    10000111 | 11100110101100000000000

    10000111 = 135

     

    4) Subtract 127 from the value that you got in step 3:

    135 - 127 = 8

     

    5) Take the part of the binary number that was not used in step 3

    11100110101100000000000

     

    6) Count over from the left the amount calculated in step 4. Drop off everything to the right of this.

    11100110

    7) Add a 1 to the front of that number.

    111100110

     

    8) Convert that number to decimal and this is the register value.

    486


    Original article#
    Date Created: November 11, 2007
    Last Revised: February 5, 2008
    Public
    Original Author: MN
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Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL190996 V1.0, Originally authored by PhHa on 02/06/2008, Last Edited by PhHa on 02/06/2008
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