General Accessories Panel Mount Outlet, 10A, 2-3.5MM Socket

Catalogue Number: 193-2
Colour: Per UOM Std.
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      Frequently Asked Questions

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      Is there an alternative for PDL 103/2

      No there is not

      What is the replacement for Merlin Gerin 15322 ?


      What is 29472 (ACP + UA) and 29352 (IVE) Power Dissipation?

      The power dissipation is as follows:
      parts reference 29472 (for ACP + UA Controller): = 12 watts
      parts reference 29352 (for IVE):  = 4 watts

      Is the PDL 693/2 - horizontal double socket, unswitched with separate bases - available in black?

      The PDL 693/2 is only available in white.

      What is the Replacement Acti9 code for the Merlin Gerin 15322 din rail mounted buzzer?

      What is error number 19002 on a Sy/Max PLC?

      An error number 19002 is a slot error. 190EE where EE points to the slot number experiencing the error so 19002 points to slot number 2. POSSIBLE CAUSES below:
      1) Improper rack addressing in which remote drops are assigned to a slot which contains a LI or LTI card.
      2) Improper seating of module in rack, edge connector of module may be damaged or the rack or slot has been damaged.

      What is the replacement for the part number 29322?

      The replacement for the part number 29322 is "LV429516"


      Is it possible to connect Tm Remote Control 18311 with C120.

      The Tm Remote Control, reference-18311 is designed only to use with C60 MCB not with the C120 MCB. Tm remote control, reference- 18312 is for C120 (2Pole).

      It is not recommended to use the 18311 for C120 (2Pole) MCB as the inrush current for 18311(TmC60-4P) is lower than the 18312 (TmC120-2P).

      Do we have a single horizontal unswitched socket in 600 series?

      No - only a double horizontal 693/2

      What is the alternate for a Clipsal 2015/2VS-WE (10A vertical unswitched socket)

      These are no long available, the only option is the PDL 693/2 which is horizontal not vertical

      What is the part number for a Clipsal individual wired double switch socket

      No longer available in the Clipsal range, you can use the PDL 693/2

      is there a Metal cover plate available for the 693/2

      No, there is no replacement covers available for this part.


      Is there a vertical version of the PDL 693/2 horizontal double socket, unswitched with separate bases?

      No - There is only the horizontal available.

      Can I remove the switch in a PDL 691. If I do remove it does the socket still works

      Options are - You could use a 691X and remove the extra switch if you want to put in another mech.
      or you would need to use the 693/2 if you want an auto switched socket. Either will need a flush box or mounting clip to mount to the wall.

      Video: Disabling BPDU (Bridge Protocol Data Unit) Packets on a PM8000/ION7400 Meter

      A PM8000 meter may disable an ethernet port on a network port upon connection due to a BPDU guard on a network. PM8000 meters send out BPDU packets while RSTP (Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol) is enabled. 

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      A BPDU guard being enabled on the network.

      Disable RSTP from the meters Ethernet Settings:
      On the Front display:
      1. Navigate to Setup Menu > Communications Setup
      2. Scroll to the Ethernet Setup Menu using the Up and Down arrows.
      3. Select the Enable RSTP option and set it to No.
      In ION Setup:
      1. Click on the  Device that you want to set up.
      2. Click on the View Setup Options Only tab from the tool bar.
      3. While holding on the Ctrl key, left click on your PM8000.
      4. Click on Comm Module.
      5. Double-click Ethernet module and click on the Setup Registers tab.
      6. Scroll until you see the Enable RSTP option, Edit it and set it to No, then Click the OK button.
      7. Click the Send button to apply the change to the meter.

      The video below shows how to use ION Setup to disabling BPDU (Bridge Protocol Data Unit) Packets on a PM8000/ION7400 Meter.

      This will disable BPDU packets from being sent out by the PM8000/ION7400 meter.

      NOTE: This does not impede the switch functionality of the PM8000s ethernet ports.

      For more information on the role of the RSTP function in the PM8000 meter, kindly refer to pages 45 and 48 of the user manual: PM8000 series user manual
      For a general understanding of RSTP, refer to the Cisco link: Understanding Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol
      For a general understanding on how a BPDU guard works, refer to the Cisco link: Configuring Spanning Tree PortFast, BPDU Guard, BPDU Filter, UplinkFast, BackboneFast, and Loop Guard

      Video: How do you compare two ProWORX 32 projects?

      1- Open the Compare Setup utility. From the main toolbar, go to UTILITIES then COMPARE.
      2- Under the Compare Options, select what you want to compare. Or, click the TOGGLE button to select all the compare options.
      3- In the “Compare” and “To” option boxes, click the two BROWSE buttons to select the project databases.
      4- Click the OK button to start the compare utility.
      5- The Compare Results will be shown. A check mark indicates a match. An “X” indicates a mismatch.
      6- You can further click on the mismatch options to get full details on what mismatches occurred between the two projects. In this example the only mismatch was the PLC type – Quantum 11302 vs 11303.

      Video: How to reset the PowerChute Network Shutdown password and user name.

      Password error: unable to log on to PowerChute Network Shutdown (PCNS) or lost user name.

      PowerChute Network Shutdown v3.X and 4.X

      All supported Operating Systems.

      Lost user name or password

      To change your username or password:
      1. Stop the PowerChute service.
      2. Go to the group1 directory where PowerChute is installed.
      3. Make a backup of the pcnsconfig.ini file - copy it to another directory and rename it to pcnsconfig-backup.ini.
      4. In the group1 folder, open pcnsconfig.ini in a text editor.
      5. In the [NetworkManagementCard] section of the INI file, set the following lines with your new values:
      username= new user name
      password= new password
      6. Save pcnsconfig.ini.
      7. Start the PowerChute service and log in with your new username and password.

      Note: For security, the password line will be deleted from the pcnsconfig.ini file when the PowerChute service is restarted.

      PowerChute Network Shutdown: Recommended turn-off-power delays for Switched Outlet groups

      PowerChute Network Shutdown: Recommended turn-off-power delays for Switched Outlet groups

      PowerChute Network Shutdown

      All support OS


      Calculate the longest expected time to safely shut down the PCNS server and add 4 minutes.

      Enter this value in the Network Management Card (NMC) user interface in the Low Battery Duration field (usually under UPS - Configuration - Shutdown). Now set it by selecting the Force Negotiation check box on the same screen and choosing the Apply button.

      Background Explanation

      Read the “Shutdown and Turn Off Sequence for the On Battery event” section in the PCNS online help to make this explanation clearer.

      The longest expected time to safely shut down the PCNS server, mentioned above, must take into account how long it takes to run the shutdown command file (set up on the PCNS screen called “Configure Shutdown”).

      The additional 4 minutes recommended comprises of:

      1. When a Switched Outlet turn-off is initiated, PCNS has a built-in delay of 70 secs. As the NMC does not allow for this, it needs to be added manually. The Low Battery Duration field only recognizes minutes, so this is rounded up to 2 minutes.

      2. Add another two minutes for any unforeseen circumstance(s).

      Note: This article specifically applies to Next Generation Smart UPS Outlet Group enabled UPSs.

      Can AR7715 or AR7725 be Used with Other Side Airflow equipment?

      There are side airflow devices other than the Cisco models noted for AR7715 and AR7725 that require a duct kit.

      Product Line:
      NetShelter SX

      All models and serial ranges.
      Customers may want to use a side airflow duct kit with equipment it was not specifically designed for.
      The AR7715 and AR7725 Side Air Flow Duct Kits are designed specifically for use with Cisco's side airflow switches.
      AR7715 is designed to be used with Catalyst 6509, 6509E, 6513 and the MDS 9509 and 9513 Multilayer Directors. 
      AR7725 is designed to be used with Nexus 7009. 

      In general, when recommending a side airflow duct kit for equipment other than the Cisco products listed above we recommend using AR7725. The AR7725 is not as tall as AR7715 and it does not have a mounting rail required for the equipment, as the AR7715 does. To insure proper operation the airflow path should be similar to the Cisco models with similar chassis dimensions: 14U x 17.3" W x 24" D. Installing equipment that's not as tall or deep may result in the need of foam and/or duct tape to close off open spaces between the equipment and the duct. 
      The AR7715 can also be used with other Cisco 6500 series (such as a 6506) and 9500 series switches, but all components of the kit will not be used. The rear baffle connecting the top and bottom duct cannot be installed without field modification, because the other switches in this family are smaller. This is not a concern, since the smaller switches also have significantly lower airflow requirements. The top and bottom duct alone will supply the smaller switches with sufficient airflow. The height of the AR7715 is adjustable from 24.49" to 33.35". 

      If you have any further questions or inquiries please contact Schneider Electric, ITB Technical Support.

      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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      Video: How to add a phase loss digital output for ION meters using ION Setup

      A user may want to add a digital output for phase loss to an ION meter

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      ION Setup
      ION7300 series Meters
      ION7550/7650 Meters
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      ION8650 Meter
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      Metering & Power Monitoring
      ION Setup Advanced Setup

      A user may want to use an ION meter to trigger digital output upon a phase loss


      NOTE: The functionality of the procedure requires that the nominal voltage monitored by the meter has been set in the meter.

      1. Open ION Setup and connect to an ION Meter (a PM8000 meter is used in this demonstration)
          As a reminder, the default User is "supervisor" and the Password is "0" for ION Setup

      2. Select "Single ION device configuration mode" and click "OK"

      3. Select "Ethernet", enter the IP Address of the meter, and click "OK"

      4. Click "Exit" to get out of the "Setup Assistant" Screen

      5. A box pops up that says: "Do you wish to connect to a different device?" - click "No"

      6. Click on "View" in the task bar at the top of the screen, and select "Setup Screens"

      7. Open Advanced Setup - Hold CTRL + left click on the "Ethernet Device" to open advanced setup

      8. Scroll down and click on Relative Setpoint Modules folder

      9. Double-click on "V1 Setpoint"

      10. The Meter Password box pops up. The default password (unless it has been changed) is the number zero "0". Type "0" (without parentheses) and click "OK"

      11. Select "Setup Registers" tab

      12. Double-click "RSP1 Enable" and select "Enabled", and then click "OK"

      13. Double-click "Eval Mode", select "Percentage", and click "OK"
          "Under Pickup" and "Under Dropout" should be set to values that make sense to the customer.

      Under Pickup
      This register, together with the Nominal input, defines the level that the Source input must fall below (for a time specified by SusUntlON) in order for the Status output to go ON (i.e. the setpoint becomes active). If Eval Mode is set to VALUE, the level required for the Status output to go ON is given by subtracting the Under Pickup value from the Nominal value (Nominal - Under Pickup). If Eval Mode is set to PERCENTAGE, the level required for the Status output to go ON is given by:
      Nominal x ( 1 - (Under Pickup/100))

      For example, if the Under Pickup value is set to 25, then the status will turn on when the voltage falls below 75% of the nominal value. If it is set to 75, then the status will turn on when the voltage falls below 25% of the nominal value.

      Likewise, looking at Under Dropout:
      Under Dropout
      This register, together with the Nominal input, defines the level that the Source input must exceed (for a time specified by SusUntlOFF) in order for the Status output to go OFF (i.e. the setpoint becomes inactive). If Eval Mode is set to VALUE, the level required for the Status output to go OFF is given by subtracting the Under Dropout value from the Nominal value (Nominal - Under Dropout). If Eval Mode is set to PERCENTAGE, the level required for the Status
      output to go OFF is given by:
      Nominal x ( 1 - (Under Dropout/100))

      For example, if the Under Dropout value is set to 25, then the status will turn off when the voltage rises again above 75% of the nominal value. If it is set to 75, then the status will turn on when the voltage rises again above 25% of the nominal value.

      14. Once the Under Pickup and Under Dropout values have been set, Click "Send" - this updates the module.

      15. Repeat steps 9-14 for "V2 Setpoint" and "V3 Setpoint"

      16. Click "AND/OR Modules" in the left-hand pane

      17. In the right-hand pane, right-click in the open area and select "Insert Module"

      18. Right-click on the new AND/OR Module and select rename the module to "Phase Loss" and click "Send"

      19. Double-click the new Phase Loss module and select the "Inputs" tab

      20. Double-click "Source n:" (Where n is however many relative setpoint outputs need to be linked starting with 1)

      21. Navigate to and left-click on "Relative Setpoint Modules"

      22. Select "V1 Setpoint", and then select "V1 Under", and click "OK"

      23. Repeat steps 19-12 for "Source 2:" and "Source 3:", selecting the corresponding "V2 Setpoint" and "V2 Under" and then "V3 Setpoint" and "V3 Under"

      24. Click on "Setup Registers" in the Phase Loss window

      25. Double-click on "Mode" and select "OR" this will make the output of the module turn on when any one of the under voltages is detected. Then click "Send"

      26. In the left-hand pane, click "Digital Out Modules"

      27. In the right-hand pane, double-click the port to link for the phase loss output. For this exercise, "Port D1" is selected

      28. Select the "Inputs" tab, and double-click "Source:"

      29. Select "AND/OR Modules" from the list to expand its sub-menu, and select the "Phase Loss" previously created 

      30. Select "AN Result" and click "OK".

      31. Select the "Setup Registers" tab, and double-click the "Port".

      32. Select the port to close contact upon phase loss (in this case, Port D1), and click "OK", and then click "Send".

      33.  Phase Loss digital output creation is complete