bush conduit 20mm metal

Cable Management Pressed Metal Conduit Fittings, Metal Bush 20Mm Or 3/4 Inch

Catalogue Number: 192M
bush conduit 20mm metal
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REACh Regulation
Free of Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold
REACh free of SVHC
EU RoHS Directive
Pro-active compliance (Product out of EU RoHS legal scope)
Toxic heavy metal free
Mercury free
RoHS exemption information
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 19mm vent for the NSYPLM32

 The part code is NSYCAG19LP

What is the part number of the lid to suit mounting enclosure 56E4?

The part number of the lid to suit mounting enclosure 56E4 is 56L4. Mounting enclosure lids are moulded in UV stabilised polycarbonate and supplied complete with sealing gasket. The dimensions are 192mm x 192mm x 28mm deep.
For further information, please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=56L4


Do Clipsal still make the Heritage range?

No we do not but you can still get the product from Classic Electrical.
Visit the Classic Electric Switch Company website for a list of distributors

when was the Clipsal Heritage range discontinued ?

The Heritage range was discontinued by Clipsal in November 2014
Some Heritage range products may still be available through the " Classic Electric Switch Company "

What would be the part number for a black Heritage range plate with no mechanism ?

Surface Switches - Heritage Range, Porcelain Base Versions, Surface Mounted Switches - Brass Cover - standard 58mm porcelain base colours White Electric (WE), Black (BK), Blank unit to suit 30 Series Switch mechanisms.

Please Note - Clipsal no longer have the Heritage range as we have discontinued this product range

What is the part number of the mounting block to suit 644, PDL quad outlet?

Part number of the mounting block to suit 644, 4 gang switched socket is:
PDL640RC - Round conduit adaptor 25mm.
PDL640SC -square conduit adaptor 25.5mm x 16.5mm.
Size: 196mm x 84mm x 19mm high. 84mm mounting centres.
For further information, please visit https://www.pdlglobal.com/data/product_documents/769_datasheet_document.PDF


What is the sensing range of the FLS20SENLED?

The sensor detection range of the FLS20SENLED is between 2m and 12m based on a mounting height of 2-3m.

For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=FLS20SENLED


Is there a Trailing Edge dimmer available for the Heritage Series?

No, unfortunately it is no longer possible to create such a part.

Previously the Heritage series dimmer was made up using parts 1920/31-WE and 32E450UDM-WE universal dimmer which covers both Leading and Trailing edge. However the heritage range was discontinued so the part 1920/31 is no longer available.

The 1920/31 was a polished brass blank unit which suited clipsals standard switch modules.

Unfortunately you need to find an alternative manufacturer or replace it with our current stock.

PLEASE NOTE the Heritage series was been discontinued on the 28/11/2014.

How much heat is generated by my Conext system?

Questions about how much heat each part of a Conext system uses.

Product Line:
Conext Battery Based Inverters
Conext MPPT Solar Charge Controllers

Battery based inverter in an enclosed environment.

Proper system design needs to account for system cooling.

The power in BTUs per hour (BTU/hr) is equal to 3.412141633 times the power in watts (W):
P(BTU/hr) = 3.412141633 × P(W)

The efficiency and load of each unit can be used to calculate power loss in watts and then the above formula can be used to convert to BTU/hr.

Conext XW+ 6848
Load (W) Efficiency Loss (W) Heat (BTU/hr)
6800 87% 884 3016
3000 94% 180 614
1500 95% 75 256

Conext SW 4024 NA
92% efficient at 4000W = 320W losses = 1092 BTU/hr

Conext MPPT 60 150
98% efficient at 48V battery at 3500W = 70W losses = 239 BTU/hr

Conext MPPT 80 600
96% efficient at 48V battery at 4800W = 192W losses = 655 BTU/hr

Video: How to Run a Manual Self-test on your Symmetra PX10-80KVA UPS

How to Run a Manual Self-test on your Symmetra PX10-80KVA UPS
Product line:
Symmetra PX1
All Product models, all serial numbers
At times it is necessary to perform a battery system test outside normally scheduled intervals
Select "Control" from the main Menu
Select "Do Self Test" and hit enter

Confirm the option by selecting Yes and hitting enter (The test will run for 1 minute)
You can monitor the status of the batteries while the test is running by Hitting Escape to get back to the main menu

Select "Status" from the main menu
Scroll down the list to Battery Voltage.

Make a note of the Actual Battery Voltage and How low it goes during the test. When the test is completed this number will start climbing. Value should be as close to 192v as possible. Lower values indicate the batteries are getting weak.

The following video demonstrates this procedure:

ION9000 series meter displays dashes “----” next to real time values in ALT mode.

ION9000 series meter displays dashes “----” next to real time values in ALT mode.

Product Line
ION9000 series meter

Front Display

Expecting to see 0.000 value next to real time values.

Make sure all the Data Mapping modules are configured properly with default inputs and have their Enabled Setup registers set. All front panel displays, and web pages use these Data Mapping modules to get their data. To resolve this issue either apply the default template via ION Setup, apply a partial framework using PME Designer application, or manual link the Data Mapping modules inputs.

What is the difference between L5508RVFP and L5508RVF?

L5508RVFP and L5508RVF are C-Bus DIN Rail Mounted Relay Units, 250V AC 10A 8 Channel, 12M modules wide. The only difference between the two is L5508RVFP does not come with C-Bus Power Supply and L5508RVF is with 200mA C-Bus internal Power Supply.
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