clip conduit 16mm / 5/8'

Half Saddle Conduit 16Mm, 6.5mm Hole, Zinc

Catalogue Number: 180A16
clip conduit 16mm / 5/8'
Retail
$0.80
RRP (Inc. GST)

Specifications

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Product brand
Clipsal
Diameter
16 mm
Material
steel
Surface treatment
zinc plated
Length
46 mm
Width
19 mm
Height
18 mm
Package 1 Weight
0.012 kg
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)

Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the part code for a 3P B-curve 10Amp MCB

 The part code is 18416

Are the Clipsal Conduit Clips available in Electric Orange?

No, they are only available in grey.

This applies to the 280/16 (16mm), 280/20 (20mm), 280/25 (25mm), 280/32 (32mm), 280/40 (40mm) and 280/50 (50mm).

PowerChute Network Shutdown unable to communicate with the NMC if the username is greater than 10 characters.

Issue:
PowerChute Network Shutdown unable to communicate with the NMC if the username is greater than 10 characters.

Product:
PowerChute Network Shutdown (PCNS)

Environment:
Network Management Card 2 (NMC2) firmware AOS 5.1.1 and above. SKUs AP9630, AP9631, AP9635

Cause:
With the latest release of Network Management Card 2 (NMC2) firmware AOS 5.1.1, with APPs SUMX/SY/SY3P 5.1.0, the NMC2 username can now be up to 64 bytes in length. (64 byte maximum supports up to 64 ASCII characters; Less for multi-byte languages OS). This was previously restricted to 10 characters and PowerChute Network Shutdown (PCNS)  will still only be able to communicate with the NMC if the username is 10 characters or less. The PowerChute installers do not restrict the number of characters that a user can enter for the username nor do they provide any warnings about the max length.

Solution:
If the user configures the NMC2 username to be greater than 10 characters and does the same in PowerChute side, they will receive an error when trying to register with the NMC - "Security information did not match information at <IP Address>".


 

DCOM Error 10016 on SQL Agent Job Execution

Issue
Each time a SQL job tries to execute, the following error occurs in the Windows System Event log:
 
Log Name: System
Source: Microsoft-Windows-DistributedCOM
Date: 02.02.2013 16:00:02
Event ID: 10016
Task Category: None
Level: Error
Keywords: Classic
User: SQL AGENT Service account
Computer: SQL Server
Description:
The application-specific permission settings do not grant Local Launch permission for the COM Server application with CLSID
{46063B1E-BE4A-4014-8755-5B377CD462FC}
and APPID
{FAAFC69C-F4ED-4CCA-8849-7B882279EDBE}
to the user "SQL AGENT Service account "SID (S-1-5-21-) from address LocalHost (Using LRPC). This security permission can be
modified using the Component Services administrative tool.

Product Line
Power Monitoring Expert 9.0
Power Monitoring Expert 8.x
StruxureWare Power Monitoring 7.2.x
Power Monitoring Expert 7.0.1
ION Enterprise 6.0.x
ION EEM

Environment
Power Monitoring Expert Server
Windows Component Services

Cause
The SQL Server Agent service lacks the Local Activation permission for the MsDtsServer100 DCOM application. This typically happens when the SQL Server Agent service is configured using a domain user account, or is not a
member of the Administrators group.

Resolution
*Warning: This article contains information about editing the registry. Improper changes to the registry can permanently damage the operating system. Always backup the registry before making any changes.*

One solution would be to add the SQL Server Agent service account to the Local Administrators group on the server; however, this is not always allowed per the user's specific security requirements. To add an account to the Local Administrators group:
  1. From the Windows start menu, type lusrmgr.msc and hit Enter to open the Edit Local Users and Groups interface.
  2. Select Groups on the left, then right-click on the Administrators group and select Properties.
  3. Click Add and then type the name of the user running the SQL Server Agent service, click Check Names, and hit OK.
Another solution would be modifying the Local Activation permission for the MsDtsServer100 DCOM application. To do this, follow the steps below.
  1. Open the Registry Editor by typing regedit in the windows start menu. Right click and select run As Administrator.
  2. Highlight Computer at the top of the list on the left of the screen.
  3. Open the Edit tab at the top and select Find.
  4. Paste the CLSID that was referenced in the error from the Windows System Event log.
  5. Expand the key titled as the CLSID, and highlight LocalService to confirm that the DCOM application in question is MsDtsServer100 (see image below).
  6. Check and/or modify the permissions assigned to the DCOM application (MsDtsServer100) by going to the windows start menu and typing DCOMCNFG, hit Enter.
  7. Expand Component Services > Computers > My Computer > DCOM Config
  8. Scroll down to the MsDtsServer100 application, and right-click the application to open its properties
  9. Go to the Security tab, and click the Edit button under "Launch and activation permissions"
  10. Edit the explicit local launch permissions by adding/modifying the account configured to run the SQL Server Agent service (see image below).

How to configure the SRC 5,6,8 & 10 KVA UPS Models External Battery Packs using the LCD display

Issue:

Configuration of SRC battery packs via the LCD display  

Product Line:

Smart-UPS Online

Environment:

All SRC models, All Serial Numbers

Cause:

Batteries need to  be manually added to the UPS in order for the unit to properly calculate runtime

Resolution:
 

Procedure for Configuring the number of battery strings through the display interface or LCD menus:


1. Press the Enter key to select the main menu.

2. Scroll down to configuration.

3. Press the enter key to select configuration. 

4. Scroll down to battery setup by number of battery pack. 

5. Enter the correct number of attached battery packs.


In order to setup the external battery packs, please key in as (Ah of battery) x (total number of batteries).

Example 1:   If there are 16pcs of 5Ah battery in series (for 5kVA), the total Ah number is 5Ahx16pcs=80Ah.
Example 2:   If there are 16 pcs of 100 AH batteries in series(for 5 KVA), the total AH number is 100 AH x 16 pcs=1600 AH
Example 3:   If there are 2 strings of 16pcs of 5Ah battery in series (for 5kVA), the total Ah number is 5Ahx16pcsx2 strings=160Ah.
  
The 80Ah inside the table is the default setting for 5kVA/6kVA (1 EXB: 16pcs of 5Ah battery)
The default setting for 8kVA is 140Ah (1 EXB: 20pcs of 7Ah battery)
The default setting for 10kVA is 180Ah (1 EXB: 20pcs of 9Ah battery).
  
If “Ext total battery Ah” is set as 0, it means there is no external battery connected. 
 
        

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Frequently Asked Questions for the new SMX and SMT series of Smart-UPS products.

Issue:

This document outlines common questions regarding the new SMX and SMT series of Smart-UPS products.

Product Line:

Smart-UPS SMT and SMX

Environment:

All models, All Serial Numbers

Cause:

The SMT and SMX series of Smart-UPS is an all new generation of Smart-UPS product with many additional features and benefits.

Resolution:
 

New Smart-UPS Models with LCD Interface

Frequently Asked Questions

 

 

Summary

In November 2009 new Smart-UPS models were introduced in North America and this document addresses some of the common questions regarding the product itself and the transition from the legacy models.

New Smart-UPS models are identified by their intuitive LCD interface. These models also have part numbers that start in the prefixes “SMX” and “SMT” and are distinguished by having an advanced feature set.

 

 

What are the new part (or SKU) numbers?

There are two (2) series of new Smart-UPS models; standard and extended run. The standard models start with the prefix ‘SMT’ while the extended run models start with ‘SMX’. The new models in our initial release include the following:

 

Existing Model

New Model

 

SUA750

SUA1000

SUA1500

SUA2200

SUA3000

 

SMT750

SMT1000

SMT1500

SMT2200

SMT3000

 

SUA750XL

SUA1000XL

SU1400RMXLB3U

 

SMX750

SMX1000

SMX1500RM2U

SMX1500RM2UNC

 

 

 

What are some of the key benefits of the new design over the old?

There are many new features and benefits to the new Smart-UPS but the key ones to remember are:

·          Increased intelligence that makes management and monitoring easier

·          Increased efficiency that saves on utility costs

·          Increased control with ability to configure locally or via software and switched receptacle groups

·          Increased resilience with better diagnostic capabilities and improved warranty

 

How long will the older models be available?

The legacy models will be available for at least 60 days after the introduction of the new models. In some cases this availability may be increased for those customers that require more time to transition.

 

Will all existing Smart-UPS be upgraded to the new design?

Eventually all of the fourth generation models will be upgraded to the newer generation. However, because of the large number of Smart-UPS models we anticipate this transition will take many months.

 

How does the ‘green’ operating mode increase efficiency?

APC’s patent pending ‘green’ mode bypass components that perform automatic voltage regulation (AVR) when not needed. AVR is typically handled in the line interactive design by solid state transformers. These transformers, while extremely reliable, do have some energy loss to remain energized. By using these transformers only when needed results in higher efficiencies across a wide range of load conditions.

 

Do I sacrifice any protection by operating in ‘green’ mode?

Absolutely no power protection is sacrificed in ‘green’ mode. In this mode the UPS is providing surge and noise filtering and can react to any change in power that requires voltage regulation or inverter operation in a matter of milliseconds.

 

What is the typical energy savings with ‘green’ mode?

When compared to APC’s very efficient existing line interactive models, the increase in efficiency ranges from 1-4%. For an average 1500VA UPS this may save $25-30 per year in utility costs.

 

Why do the new UPS’s not have a DB9 serial port?

The new models have an RJ45 style serial port in addition to a USB port and both cables are provided with the units. A DB9 style serial port was not used to highlight the fact that the new models operate using a new firmware called

 

Can I use older versions of PowerChute Business Edition Business Edition software with the new models?

New Smart-UPS models utilize PowerChute Business Edition version 8.5 or later only. To use earlier versions of software requires an optional SmartSlot, the AP9620. You can find the latest version of PowerChute here.

What if I use my own software based on UPSLINK?

We recognize the fact that some Smart-UPS customers utilize their own custom interface based on APC’s UPSLINK protocol. These applications may include those without standard operating systems or less common ones. For these situations, we recommend the optional AP9620 converter card that allows the new models to ‘speak’ in UPSLINK.

Are the new units Mac OSX compatible?

Yes, but they require OSX 10.6.5 or later

 

Where is the sensitivity switch and site wiring fault light?

These features are now incorporated into the LCD front panel. If a site wiring fault is detected this message will be clearly displayed on the unit’s display. Sensitivity can also be set and viewed directly through the display.

 

How has battery management been improved in the new models?

The battery management has been enhanced in several ways. First, the charging circuit has intermittent, temperature controlled charging capability that ensures that the proper amount of charge is applied to the battery at all times. With the high efficiency ‘green’ mode the UPS runs cooler resulting in less degradation of the battery. In addition, the UPS can now proactively project a battery replacement date based on UPS’s environment.

 

How is the replace battery date determined and does it replace the bad battery LED?

The battery replace date is determined by using battery manufacturer’s data for typical battery life under different environmental conditions. The UPS actively monitors these conditions to dynamically project a suggested date when the battery should be replaced to maintain optimal performance. It does not replace the bad battery LED but rather augments that information.

 

What mounting hardware is provided with the SMX units?

All rack tower Smart-UPS units (SMX) include rack mount cleats, ears, mounting screws and stabilizing feet. Additionally, units with “R” in the part number include 4-post rails. The 750 and 1000VA models are also shipped with a 2-post mounting bracket. The 4-post mounting rails are optional on these units. The part number for those rails is SU032A.

 

What card is included with the ‘NC’ models?

All new Smart-UPS models with an “NC” suffix in their part numbers include the AP9631 network management card with environmental monitoring.

 

What smart-slot cards are compatible with the new models?

Only the AP9630, AP9631 (with firmware versions 5.0.3 and greater) and the new UPSLINK translator card AP9620 are compatible with the new Smart-UPS models. The models smart-slot is tabbed to only allow the insertion of the newer cards.
 

Where can I get support for APC and MGE Products?

For support on APC and MGE products please visit:  https://www.apc.com/support/

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