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FLANGE MTG CURVED SURFACE
FLANGE MTG CURVED SURFACE
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Mounting Flange, Horizontal Mount, Curved Surface, For 500mm Diameter Surface

Catalogue Number: 2000MF500
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Colour: White Electric
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • Black 1 PCE
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Specifications

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Range of product
Series 2000
Product brand
Clipsal
Product or component type
flange mounting kit
Shape
rectangular
Fixing center
84 mm
Depth
18 mm
Length
119 mm
Width
78 mm
Sustainable offer status
Green Premium product
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)
Environmental Disclosure
ENVPEP121018EN
Circularity Profile
N/A

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Do you have a 2000MF round mounting block with a diameter of 800?

Yes the part number is 2000MF800.

Can you use a 2449ASD with a 2000MFV800?

Yes, they can be used together but you may need longer screws.

Series 2000-4000 Portable Circuit Monitor Clamp on Current Transformer Dimensions

Product Line
CM2000

Environment
Documentation

Resolution
See attached drawing document.

Is DDE Included With SMS-3000/1500?

Product Line
System Management Software 3000/1500

Environment
DDE Server

Resolution
DDE is included in the SMS-3000/1500 software package.

Is it possible to mount a weathershield power point on a pole ?

Weather shield enclosure will line up with the 2000MF range, screw mountings will go on an angle to the pole, opposing the enclosure and may be tricky.
Available standard as white. If diameter surface is less than 300mm you may be able to use a 56PMK.
2000MFV range has a large amount of variable for different sized diameter surfaces.
Please see following link for complete range of sizes
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=2000mf
 

Does the Quantum ARI030 10 RTD module support 10 ohm copper?

No. The ARI030 10 supports Platinum and Nickel RTD's in 2,3 and 4 wire configurations. Pt 100, 200,500 1000 Ni100,200,500,1000 APt100,200,500,1000


What is the part number for the Brushed Aluminium surround in the 2000 series?

The part number is 2000M-BA.

Galaxy 5000; Modbus Q1 Input Breaker status does not change state

Issue:
Modbus Q1 Input Breaker status does not change state

Product line:
NAM Galaxy 5000


Environment:
NAM Galaxy 5000


Cause:
Modbus Q1 Input Breaker status does not change state

Resolution:
The 66061 JBUS/Modbus manual was updated May 2018 to reflect the correct Modbus register for NAM Galaxy 5000 Q1 Breaker status.  The Q1 Modbus register is only monitored on EMEA Galaxy 5000/5500 UPSs.  For NAM Galaxy 5000 customer must monitor KA1 for Q1 Breaker status change.  EMEA UPSs can monitor the KA1 status as well but KA1 is optional on EMEA UPSs.
From the 66061- JBUS/Modbus manual
 
Status message   Status to 0 Status to 1 JBUS Word Bit
Mains 1 input switch (Q1) in EMEA closed open 44 3
Mains 1 backfeed (KA1 optional) closed open 44 6
Converted to Modbus
Status message   Status to 0 Status to 1 Modbus Bit
Mains 1 input switch (Q1) in EMEA closed open 69 3
Mains 1 backfeed (KA1 optional) closed open 69 6
 


 

What edition of SQL Server 2000 is installed with System Manager Software (SMS) Professional Edition (PE) 4.0?

The SQL Server 2000 edition is operating system dependant:
Windows XP Professional installs SQL2K_Personal edition
Windows 2000/2003 Server installs SQL2K_Standard edition


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL201502 V1.0, Originally authored by MaTh on 03/02/2010, Last Edited by MaTh on 03/02/2010
Related ranges: System Manager 4.0

What is the part number for a mounting block that can be mounted on a circular 300mm pole?

The part number for a mounting block that can be mounted on a circular 300mm pole is - 2000MF300
For further information , visit link below:-
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=2000MF300

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What is the minimum firmware version required on a Series 3000/4000 Circuit Monitor that enables it to access the features available in the ECC21 firmware version 5.0?

Product Line
Series 3000 Circuit Monitor
Series 4000 Circuit Monitor
ECC21

Resolution
The Series 3000/4000 Circuit Monitor must have firmware version 12.81 or greater in order to enable it to access the features of the ECC21 firmware version 5.0.

Altitude derating

Altitude does not significantly affect circuit breaker characteristics up to 2000m.
Above this altitude, it is necessary to take into account the decrease in the dielectric strength and cooling capacity of air.
The following table gives the corrections to be applied for altitudes above 2000 meters.the breaking capacities remain unchanged.


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL204881 V1.0, Originally authored by PiDe on 03/22/2011, Last Edited by PiDe on 03/22/2011
Related ranges: EasyPact

How to enable and disable EN50160 functionality via System Manager Software (SMS) on a Circuit Monitor 3000/4000 (CM4000/CM3000) or Power Meter 800 (PM800)

Issue
Enabling and Disabling EN50160 functionality via System Manager Software (SMS) 

Product Line
CM3000
CM4000
PM800

Environment
SMS

Cause
Enabling and Disabling EN50160 functionality

Resolution
In the SMS Setup Utility, go to Setup->Device/Routing and double-click on the CM3/CM4/PM8 meter. Under the "Basic Setup" tab click on the "Advanced" button. On the "EN50160" tab check the "Enable EN50160 Evaluation" box to enable EN50160.
EN50160 alarms cannot be enabled under "Onboard Alarms/Events" tab until "enable EN50160" is checked.

EN50160 alarms cannot be disabled under "Onboard Alarms/Events" tab until "enable EN50160" is unchecked.

Why does the Series 3000/4000 Circuit Monitor display show stars or asterisks for frequency?

Issue
Why does the Series 3000/4000 Circuit Monitor display show stars or asterisks for frequency?

Product Line
CM3000 and CM4000 series meter

Cause
Customer see stars or asterisks for frequency on CM3000 or CM4000 front display.

Environment
Reading Frequency from front display on CM3000 or CM4000 meter. 

Resolution
There are several possibilities in which this could occur:

  1. The frequency is changing too quickly. (Possible causes could be when monitoring a Generator that has not stabilized the voltage frequency)
  2. The voltage on phase A and C has dropped to zero. (Normal)
  3. (CM4000 series only) The Current Voltage Module (CVM) module is not properly seated. (NOTE: In this instance cycling control power to the meter will not help.)
  4. (CM4250 Only) This symptom can also be caused by the temperature chip in the meter when the firmware version is earlier than 14.4. To confirm this is the issue read register 3238. If the value is zero, then this may not be the issue. It is recommend that the firmware be upgraded to the latest version available.
  5. If none of these solutions work then use the attached flow chart to validate the issue and contact the appropriate group per the PDF attachment.

Modbus Installation and Troubleshooting for AP9635/AP9635CH Network Management Card 2 (NMC2)


Issue

Modbus Installation and Troubleshooting for AP9635/AP9635CH Network Management Card 2 (NMC2). 


Product Line
  • UPS Network Management Card 2 - AP9635/AP9635CH


Environment
  • Data centers with products that use AP9635/AP9635CH Network Management Card 2 (NMC2)
  • Firmware applications that support Modbus TCP or Modbus RTU with AP9635/AP9635CH (Galaxy VM, Galaxy 300/7000, Galaxy 5000/5500, etc)


Cause

This application note explains how to install the Modbus wiring for an AP9635/AP9635CH Network Management Card 2, gives an overview of the Modbus protocol, describes the Modbus packet structure, and explains how to identify and resolve common problems.

(​The Modbus protocol uses TCP, RTU and ASCII modes of transmission. The AP9635/AP9635CH supports Modbus/TCP and Modbus/RTU protocols.)


Resolution
The latest version of the Modbus Installation and Troubleshooting for AP9635/AP9635CH Management Card Application Note 168 attached below.
 

Device type not available after running the ION7550/7650 Updater for ION Enterprise

Issue
After running the updater for ION7650 and ION7550 series meters, the ION7X50 meter is not available in the Device Type drop-down list when setting up a device in Management Console.

Product Lines
ION Enterprise 3.0, 4.0, 4.5
ION7650
ION7550

Environment
Management Console
Designer

Cause
The ION7550/7650 meters were added to ION Enterprise by using an updater that only updates the vista diagram; it does not update the ION_Network Database (NOM) list that provides the reference in the drop-down menu.

Resolution
Upgrade to a version of the ION Enterprise software newer than version 5.5

*Note: The newest versions of the software are referred to as Power Monitoring Expert.

Workaround
Add the device as 7600/7500 and it will function properly, but the newest features of the 7550 and 7650 will not be available.

More Information
To support new firmware features, download the ION Enterprise software updater. These updater files are compatible with ION Enterprise, Pegasys and MeterShop.
The following PRODUCTS will support the ION7550/7650 without an updater:
  • ION Enterprise 5.0 SP3
  • ION Enterprise 5.5 and newer
These updaters can be found inside of FA212571.
*Note: Pegasys will not support these meter types.

What are the Vijeo Citect V6.1 part numbers?

Hardware Key:

VJC109922 Vijeo Citect Box USB key
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The programmed key (USB or parallel) needs to be purchased separately.
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Display Client Upgrade:
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Manager Client Upgrade:
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Server that contains the hardware key (for floating licenses).
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The Vijeo Citect offer includes a very large number of drivers as standard. Because of intellectual property and associated rights, some
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VJC305140 Specialty Driver, PSDirect ETH
VJC305142 Specialty Driver, PSDirect MPI
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Video: How to determine which firmware to install on the 66074 NMC is by the color of the PCB

Issue:
How to determine which firmware to install on the 66074 NMC is by the color of the PCB

Product line:
66074/34003640SE Network Management Card (NMC)

Environment:
All versions

Cause:
The hardware revision of the card determines which firmware package can be loaded.

Resolution:
The simplest way to determine which firmware to install on the 66074 NMC is by the color of the PCB.  The original 66074 NMC was green and the newest version of the 66074 NMC is blue. 

If the NMC cannot be removed or is located remotely the NMC firmware can be determined by accessing the NMC web interface and click on "About UPS".  If the NMC has firmware AX to GX (X being any letter from A to Z) it is the original 66074NMC.   The latest or blue board has firmware IA or above which is currently KD.  You must use the correct firmware for the NMC installed.  The UPGRADE tool used to update the firmware will not allow you to update the wrong firmware.  If you have issue updating the firmware then check the firmware on the NMC and the firmware you are uploading are compatible.


Trio Q Radios - Selecting the Correct Type

Both the QR and QB can support the exact SAME number of remote sites. The decision to choose one or the other instead relates to how busy the channel is. This refers partially to the Transmit Duty Cycle of the Master radio. You could have ONE remote and have a very HIGH duty cycle if you poll that one site for a large amount of data, and poll it very rapidly. Or you could have 200 remotes and have a low duty cycle, if you only poll each for a small amount of data and only very infrequently. "How busy" also refers to the possibility of collisions (causing delays), and whether this is going to be acceptable or not.


There are a few fairly simple questions that you should ask which might help guide the decision of choosing a QR or a QB (or a QP ) at the Master and Repeater sites:

Is it more important that this be a low-cost system, or more important that it be a highest-reliability system? A QR at the Master (and Repeater) site does not have the ability to work reliably at a very high transmit duty cycle, while a QB or QP at these sites can transmit constantly without over-heating. If a QR must be used at critical sites due to a limited budget then measures should be taken to ensure the transmit duty cycle is limited to approximately 20%. This can be done fairly simply in most SCADA Hosts by including a brief delay between receiving the response from one Remote and sending a message to the next Remote. There is a way to gather data on the duty cycle in the TView+ Diagnostics software package after the system has been running for some time, or the customer can simply insert a pause of perhaps 200-500 milliseconds between messages, and fine-tune that later if required.

Do you think that your system will have a lot of traffic, or will messages be less frequent? This is a fairly subjective question, and difficult to get an exact answer. But some will tell you "I need to push as much data through as possible" while others may say something like "Oh no, we only poll each site once every 10 minutes and only get a few bytes, so traffic is low." A QB or QP is the clear answer if the first is true, while a QR might be OK in the second case.

Are you able to acquire two radio frequencies, or must you work with only a single channel? If two channels (approximately 5 MHz apart) can be acquired, a QB can be used as the system's collision avoidance Master. This allows the QB to act as a "traffic cop" where it can transmit to tell other remotes to be quiet (remain idle) when it hears a signal coming in from another remote. In this way it is much less likely that two remotes will try to send messages to the Master (or Repeater) at the same time. Such a system reduces the number of collisions, which allows a busy system to operate in the most efficient manner possible. A QP won't get hot, but cannot perform the higher quality collision avoidance as can the QB, because it can only transmit OR receive, never both. But it can operate on a single channel (simplex) if that's all that the customer can get.

Is it possible to have a negative Voltage Unbalance reading from a circuit monitor or a power meter?

No, it is not possible to have negative Voltage Unbalance reading from a Series 800 Power Meter or a Series 3000/4000 Circuit Monitor. All voltage unbalance readings will be an absolute value expressed as a percentage of unbalance. Voltage Unbalance is calculated using the following formula: Vunbalance = [(Vavg-Vphase) divided by Vavg].
It is possible, however, to have negative Voltage Unbalance readings if the device is a Series 600 Power Meter or a Series 2000 Circuit Monitor. These devices express Voltage Unbalance as a positive or negative percentage.

In general the absoute value of any Voltage Unbalance larger than 2.5 can cause heating in motors.



Version: Series 600 Power Meter
Series 800 Power Meter
Series 2000 Circuit Monitor
Series 3000 Circuit Monitor
Series 4000Circuit Monitor

© Schneider Electric 2005
Original article#1078


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL182108 V1.0, Originally authored by DaMi on 02/13/2007, Last Edited by DaMi on 02/13/2007
Related ranges: ION Other

Video: How to change the accumulated energy in CM4000/CM3000/PM800 series meters from absolute to signed?

Issue
The circuit monitor 3000/4000 series and the Power meter 800 series can accumulate the energy values in one of two modes: signed or absolute.
In signed mode, the meter considers the direction of power flow, allowing the magnitude of accumulated energy to increase and decrease.
In absolute mode, the meter accumulates energy as a positive value, regardless of the direction of power flow. In other words, the energy value increases, even during reverse power flow.
In signed mode, the meter will effectively subtract power that is flowing in the reverse direction from the power that is flowing, or has flowed, in the positive direction resulting in a net power usage.

The default accumulation mode is absolute.
 
Product Line
CM3000 series
CM4000 series
PM800 series
 
Environment
Energy readings 

Resolution
To change mode from absolute to signed using front panel, view the following video and the following steps:



Enter the Read/Write menu from the display: From the meter main menu, scroll right to diagnostics, then navigate to read/write registers. It will ask you for your meter password.
If the password is default, press the up arrow button to select 0 and press enter. If password is not default, enter meter's password.
In the read write regs screen press up/down button to go to your desired register. If you keep the arrow button pressed it will start to scroll through registers faster.
To write a value to a register, hit enter when you reach the register and change the value.

1. Write 9020 to register 8000, this places the meter in setup mode.

2. Write 1 to register 3232

3. Write 1 to register 8001, this saves the changes.

4. Write 9021 to register 8000, this exits setup mode and that will initiates a soft reset on the meter.


To change the mode using ION setup, follow these steps or the video below.
1. Connect the meter in ION setup. In Setup mode, Double click the energy and demand option.


2. Change the accumulated energy from absolute to signed and send it to the meter.

How does the Command Code 1120 work on the Series 3000/4000 Circuit Monitor?

Issue
The way that the 1120 command works changed in firmware version 10.204.

Product Line
CM3000
CM4000

Environment
Register Commands

Cause
The 1120 command in the CM4000 has historically cleared all memory. This command would clear all configuration registers including basic setup and communications parameters. The command would also clear all data log and alarm setup and all data log data.

This command has been modified and now requires the use of a parameter with the command to clear selected segments of the meter or to clear everything like the original command. This new command is implemented in the CM4000 in firmware versions beginning with 10.204. The following table provides a list of the parameters to clear selected segments of the meters memory.

Resolution
To issue commands using the command interface, follow these general steps:

  1. Write the related parameter(s) to the command parameter registers 8001 through 8015.
  2. Write the command code to the command interface register 8000.
Command Parameters Notes
1120 (8001) Bitmap of systems to reset Restart System – Hard Reset with Memory Clear
Bitmap of systems to reset:
Bit 00 = Utility Registers
Bit 01 = Reserved
Bit 02 = CMPL
Bit 03 = Config Display
Bit 04 = Commands
Bit 05 = Files
Bit 06 = Alarms
Bit 07 = I/O Points
Bit 08 = Config Meter
Bit 09 = Administrative Ctl
Parameter value of 9999 causes meter to reset all registers to meter defaults and format the disk-on-chip.
 
Parameter Description
Bit 00 = Utility Registers Clear all utility register (15,800 - 15,999).
Bit 01 = Reserved  
Bit 02 = CMPL  Clears all custom Programs created in the meter.
Bit 03 = Config Display  Clears all custom Displays created in the meter.
Bit 04 = Commands  Clears all command interface registers.
Bit 05 = Files  Clears all data log files (data and configuration).
Bit 06 = Alarms Clears all alarm configuration parameters.
Bit 07 = I/O Points Clears all I/O point configuration and assignments.
Bit 08 = Config Meter  Clears all metering setup including PT and CT ratios.
Bit 09 = Administrative Ctl Clears all user account created in the meter.
9999 = Clear All Clears all memory in the meter (including comms).

*NOTE: The 1120 command is disabled when revenue security is active.
*Reference CM3000 Register List Commands Page (Page 314).
*Reference CM4000 Register List Commands Page (Page 359).

M340 Troubleshooting Guide

Goals and Symptoms

How to interpret the front panel lights when diagnosing problems with the M340.

Causes and Fixes

Modicon M340 Processor Troubleshooting


  • The Modicon M340 Programmable Automation Controller is a Mid-range automation system providing small size, yet powerful 32-bit processor for demanding OEM machine and industrial process applications. It is programmed using our cross-platform IEC 61131-3 application development software, Unity Pro (v3.0 or higher). The front panel has a series of LEDs that indicate the status of the M340 processor, SD Memory Card, and system communications.

    The Modicon M340 is available in the following models.

     

    M340 Processors


    BMXP341000 Standard Level 1, 2MB RAM, USB port,

              • 1-communication port: ModBus/Serial, includes 8MB memory card
    BMXP342000 Advanced Level 2 (Performance) for Modicon M340 PLC
          • 1 USB Port for programming
            1 slot for a memory SD-card
            1 communication port: serial link
            Shipped with 1 standard memory SD-card

    BMXP342010 Advanced Level 2, 4MB RAM, USB port,
              • 2-communication ports: ModBus/Serial and CANopen master includes 8MB memory card.

    BMXP342020 Advanced Level 2, 4MB RAM, USB port,
              • 2-communication ports: ModBus/Serial and Ethernet-ModBus/TCP, includes 8MB memory card

    BMXP342030 Advanced Level 2, 4MB RAM, USB port,
              • 2-communication ports: Ethernet-ModBus/TCP and CANopen master includes 8MB memory card.
     

    Processor Status Displays

    Introduction

    There are several LEDs available on the front panel of each processor, enabling
    rapid diagnosis of the PLC status.

    These LEDs provide information on:


    · PLC functional status
    · The memory card status
    · Communication with the I/O modules
    · Modbus Serial communication
    · Communication on the CANopen network
    · Communication on the Ethernet network

    Illustration

    The following diagrams shows the physical location of the LEDs on the front panel of the BMX P34 processors:

    BMX P34 1000/2000 Processors LEDs

        •  
    BMX P34 2020, BMX 2030/20302 Processors

    Table 1 M340 Processor Status and Error indicator display



     

    Display differences between version 1 and version 2 of the

    BMX P34 20x0x module.



    Searching for Errors Using the Processor Status LEDs

    General

    The status LEDs located on the processor inform the user of the PLCs operating
    mode and any possible errors.
    The errors detected by the PLC concern:

    · circuits which constitute the PLC and/or its modules: internal errors
    · the process driven by the PLC or the process wiring: external errors
    · functioning of the application executed by the PLC: internal or external errors

     

    Error Detection

    Error detection is performed at startup (autotest) or during operation (which is the
    case for most equipment errors), during exchanges with the modules, or during
    execution of a program instruction.
    Certain "serious" errors require the PLC to be restarted while others are left to the
    user to decide how to proceed depending on the level of application required.
    There are three types of error:

    · non-blocking
    · blocking
    · processor or system

    Blocking Errors

    General

    Blocking errors, caused by the application program, do not cause system errors but
    prohibit execution of the program. When such an error occurs, the PLC stops
    immediately and goes into HALT mode (all tasks are stopped on the current
    instruction). The ERR LED flashes.

    Restarting of the Application After a Blocking Error
    To end this status it is necessary to init the PLC or to set the %S0 bit to 1.
    The application is then in an initial state:
    · The data resumes its initial value.
    · Tasks are stopped at end of cycle.
    · The input image is refreshed.
    · Outputs are controlled in fallback position.
    ·
    The RUN command then allows the application to be restarted.

    Blocking Error Diagnosis
    Indication of a blocking error is signaled by the ERR and RUN LEDs flashing on the
    processor front panel.
    The system words %SW126 and %SW127 indicate the address of the instruction
    which caused the blocking error.
    The nature of the error is indicated by the system word %SW125.
    The following table presents the errors signaled by the values of the system word
    %SW125.
     

    M340 Diagnostic information Memory card

    Memory Card Description

    Only Schneider memory cards are compatible with BMX P34 processors.
    Schneider memory cards use Flash technology and do not require a battery. These
    cards can support about 100,000 write/delete cycles (typical).

    The Memory card access LED is located behind the Memory Card Protective Cover.

     


    CANopen Diagnostics

     

    BMX NOM 0200 Module Status Display

    LED Indications


     

    BMX NOE 01x0 Module


    Ethernet LED






    Display differences between Version 1 and version 2 of the BMX NOE 01x0 module.



     


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL200598 V1.0, Originally authored by MiOB on 11/26/2009, Last Edited by MiOB on 11/26/2009
Related ranges: Modicon M340.