switch 20gang stainless

Switch Plate, 20 Gang, Stainless Steel, 4 Rows of 5

Catalogue Number: 20/30/162/5
switch 20gang stainless
Colour: White Electric
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • Black 1 PCE
  • White Electric 1 PCE
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Range of product
  • Metal Plate
  • Series 30
    • Product brand
      Product or component type
      switch plate
      Number of gangs
      20 gangs
      Product destination
      Fixing mode
      by screws
      stainless steel
      without marking
      Mounting position
      257 mm
      215 mm
      Sustainable offer status
      Green Premium product
      EU RoHS Directive
      Mercury free
      RoHS exemption information
      China RoHS Regulation
      Product out of China RoHS scope. Substance declaration for your information
      Environmental Disclosure

      Frequently Asked Questions

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      Is part number 28/30/162/7 available?

      Yes, it is available.

      Is part number 36/30/162/9 available?

      Part number 36/30/162/9 is not available as a standard part, but can be made as a special. 


      What is part number for labelled version of 12/30/162/3?

      The part number is not standard it is a special 12/30L162/3.

      What is the overall dimension and wall box dimension of 20/30/162/5, 20 gang switch plate, 4 rows of 5, stainless steel?

      The dimensions of 20/30/162/5, 20 gang switch plate, 4 rows of 5, stainless steel is as follows:
      Overall dimension: 257mm(L) x 215mm(W)
      Wall box dimension: 232(W) x 194(H) x 58mm(D)
      For further information, please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=20/30/162/5

      Can I get a 12/30/162/3 without the wall box?

      The 12/30/162/3 comes complete with a wall box.

      However it may be done as a special.

      For further information please visithttps://www.clipsal.com/Trade

      What is the part code for a Clipsal metal range 12 Gang Switch Assembly (Less Mechanisms) - Stainless Steel?

      B12/30/6 = 12-Gang Switch Plate. 2 rows of 6. Stainless steel. 303mm 120mm
      12/30/162/3 = 12-Gang Switch Plate. 4 rows of 3. Stainless steel. 165mm 215mm

      Includes stainless steel fascia with grid and wall box. Standard grid colours - White Electric (WE) and Black (BK).

      Do you have a surface mounting block to suit a 16/30/162/4?

      No, unfortunately there is only flush mounting boxes available for the metal switch plates.

      Some of the key features are:
      • 30 series rocker type
      • Switch arrangement 4 horizontal and 4 vertical
      • Fascia size: 211 mm Width x 215 mm Height
      For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=16/30/162/4


      What is the part number for a 20 gang multigang metal switch plate?

      The part number for a 20 gang multigang metal switch plate is - 20/30/10

      For further information , visit link below:-
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      Is there a pinout for the SEPAM CCA612 cable?

      User is looking for a detailed pinout for the CCA612 612 Connection cable. The CCA612 cable is used to connect the  ACE949-2, ACE959, ACE937,
      ACE969TP-2 and ACE969FO-2 communication interfaces to the SEPAM.

      Product Line
      SEPAM 20/40/60/80 series

      The CCA612 is a proprietary cable and a pinout diagram is not available. However for testing and troubleshooting purposes only, a shielded CAT 5 cable can be used as an alternative. The catalog reference number for a 3 meter (9.8 ft) long CCA612 cable is 59663.
      * Only use a CAT 5 cable for temporarily testing and troubleshooting purposes.*

      Does thermal overload protection (49RMS) in SEPAM series 20/40/60/80 in motor protection models inhibit the start order of the motor?

      Sepam is showing Start Inhibit warning when ANSI 66 is not the source for the warning.

      Product Line:
      Sepam 20, 40, 80


      Sepam is blocking equipment start with Start Inhibit but ANSI 66 is not the protection causing the warning.

      It is possible for the thermal overload protection (49RMS) inhibit the motor start. During each motor start, thermal heating/ increment of start is computed and is registered in SEPAM. After the motor start, no matter if the relay is tripped by 49RMS or it’s done manually by operators, the relay will do a simple verification. If the existing thermal level of the motor in addition to registered thermal increment dedicated to last start becomes bigger than Es2 then SEPAM will inhibit the motor start.

      The existing thermal level of motor is reported in SEPAM and can be viewed by connecting to the relay and going to Network diagnosis> Machine in SFT2841. It is reported as “Thermal capacity used”.

      To show how SEPAM verify the start inhibition we name it as “M”. Thermal heating/ increment of each motor start is not reported by relay but is saved in a register in SEPAM. Let’s name it as “N”. Es2 is heat rise tripping set point. So SEPAM will check below condition in order to decide to inhibit or not inhibit the closing order. If this condition becomes valid the start order would be inhibited.
      M+N > Es2

      The message on the SEPAM would be “start inhibit”, which is also grouped with 66(start per hour) protection.