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Clipsal 2000 Series Flush Surround 3/4 Gang, Curve Sided

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Clipsal 2000 Series Flush Surround 3/4 Gang, Curve Sided

Item Number: 2003/4-WE

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The Clipsal 2000 Series Vertical Single Switched Socket brings you safe and relaible power wherever you need it. The outlet is rated 15A, 250V for use with heavier duty appliances. The outlet measures 76mm wide and 116mm in length.

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Specifications

Design

Range of product

Series 2000

Product brand

Clipsal

Product destination

switch

Sustainable offer status

Green Premium product

Physical

Number of gangs

  • 3 gangs
  • 4 gangs
    • Marking

      without marking

      Mounting position

      vertical

      Length

      141 mm

      Width

      35 mm

      Depth

      11 mm

      REACh Regulation

      Reference contains Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold

      EU RoHS Directive

      Pro-active compliance (Product out of EU RoHS legal scope)

      Mercury free

      Yes

      RoHS exemption information

      Yes

      China RoHS Regulation

      Product out of China RoHS scope. Substance declaration for your information

      Environmental Disclosure

      ENVPEP120506EN

      Material

      Material

      plastic

      Others

      Unit Type of Package 1

      PCE

      Number of Units in Package 1

      1

      Package 1 Weight

      16.5 g

      Package 1 Height

      10 mm

      Package 1 width

      100 mm

      Package 1 Length

      247 mm

      Unit Type of Package 2

      BB1

      Number of Units in Package 2

      10

      Package 2 Weight

      10 kg

      Package 2 Height

      122 mm

      Package 2 width

      141 mm

      Package 2 Length

      161 mm

      Unit Type of Package 3

      CAR

      Number of Units in Package 3

      100

      Package 3 Weight

      100 kg

      Package 3 Height

      254 mm

      Package 3 width

      348 mm

      Package 3 Length

      445 mm
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      Frequently Asked Questions

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      What is the plaster bracket to suit the 2000/2?

      The part number for the plaster bracket to suit the 2000/2 is 2155PRM/2.

      When did the ATS23 soft start become obsolete?

      Issue:  
      Is the ATS23 obsolete?
       
      Product Line: 
       ATS23
       
      Environment:
       All
       
      Cause:  
      N/A
       
      Resolution:  
       ATS23 became obsolete in August of 2003.  The current replacement is the ATS48.  There are some differences that should be reviewed by the customer such as wiring, dimensions and ratings. 
       

      How to change the display settings of energy units from MWh to kWh in ME Meter.

      Depending on the ME meter version, meter will automatically select the appropriate units and therefore it is not possible to modify the energy units. From 40/5 to 150/5 CT ratio, the energy unit display is KWh and from 200/5 to 6000/5 CT ratio, the energy unit display is MWh.

      CT Setting:
      To change the CT settings hold down the button on the Front Face of the ME Meter for more than 5 sec when on the CT Rating display. After approximately 5 sec the display will start blinking, now enter the CT setting. Once again hold the button till the display stop flashing, to ensure that the entry is saved.

      How do I use Workbench 6 software to program a SCADAPack RTU to poll and control a Modbus slave device?



      Issue: Need to use Workbench 6 software to configure a connection between SCADAPack RTU and a Modbus slave device. Example device used in this video is an Altivar 900. Need to address correct holding registers of the slave device. Need to test reading from and writing to holding registers of a slave device by going Online in Workbench 6 software and using the Point Browser tool in Series E Configurator software.
      Product Lines:
      Series E Configurator
      SCADAPack RTU
       
      Environment:
      Microsoft Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10, on 32-bit or 64-bit Operating System
       
      Cause: N/A
      Solution:
      1. Open Series E Configurator and create or open a project
      2. If using TCP make sure TCP/IP is enabled in the RTU. If using serial set up a port on the SCADAPack to communicate to a PLC Device with
      3. In Configurator: Open Logic-> IEC 61131-3
      4. Set the correct target type
      5. Select “launch workbench”
      6. In Workbench, Right click your 1st resource, open IO devices
      7. Create your I/O device to read RTU value: RTU_{DATA_TYPE.EN_US}_READ
      8. Choose the amount of inputs you wish to read in the “Number of” parameter. Fill in device parameters according to your slave device and targeted points.
      9. Create a VarInput variable of the appropriate Data Type for each channel and attach it to the corresponding channel by double-clicking the channel, then select the variable. The values of the selected points from the RTU will now be read into your Workbench program when it is online.
      10. Create a VarOutput variable of the appropriate Data Type for each holding register you wish to write to.
      11. Create a program that transfers the values of the input variables to the corresponding output variables.
      12. Create your I/O device to write the readings from the RTU to the Modbus Slave Registers: MBUS_WRITE_{DATA_TYPE.EN_US} for serial communication, MTCP_WRITE_{DATA_TYPE.EN_US} for Ethernet communication.
      13. Choose the amount of outputs you wish to read in the “Number of” parameter. Fill in device parameters according to your slave device and targeted holding registers.
      14. Attach the output variables to their corresponding channels. When the program is online the points being read from the RTU will automatically be written to the chosen holding register in the slave device.
      15. Make the RTU I/O Device a ‘WRITE’ device and make the MBUS/MTCP I/O Device a ‘READ’ device.​
      16. Make a simple program to control slave device

      Video: How do I configure Trio J Series radios to communicate with each other using the Trio Web User Interface?



      Issue: Need to Access the WUI. Need to configure Trio J Series radios to communicate with each other using the WUI. Need to test and diagnose connection using Tview+ Management Suite.
      Product Lines:
      Trio Radio
      Environment:
      Microsoft Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10, on 32-bit or 64-bit Operating System
      Cause: N/A
      Solution:
      1. Factory reset your radio
      2. Change your computer’s IP address to 192.168.2.xxx (not 192.168.2.15 though)
      3. Connect the computer to only the “Remote” radio via Ethernet.
      4. Open your web browser, go to address “https://192.168.2.15/”
      5. Click on “setup” tab in top toolbar then click on Wizards in left-hand toolbar
      6. Configure radio to be point to point remote radio
      7. Record the serial number
      8. Change IP Address to be unique
      9. Change the “Subnet ID” from “default” to your network name and click “active configuration” in top right corner
      10. Wait about 60 seconds then in the web search bar type the new IP Adress of the radio. You may need to change your computer’s IP address to remain on the same subnet as your radio.
      11. Once connected, click “setup” again, then click “network” (under “configuration”) in left-hand toolbar
      12. Observe that there are many more parameters that can be set for diagnostics, security and identification purposes
      13. Go to eDiags and enable them, make the “Controller 1 IP Address” your computer’s IP Address
      14. Scroll to the top of the page and click “active configuration” in top right corner. An error will pop up prompting you to setup up security because security is automatically enabled by default. The remote radio is now configured for communicating and diagnostics
      15. Now connect to your Access point radio via Ethernet. It is ok to be connected to both radios at the same time now because they both have different IP Addresses. If needed, change your computer’s IP address to 192.168.2.xxx (not 192.168.2.15 though)
      16. Open a new tab in your web browser, go to address “https://192.168.2.15/”
      17. Following the previous procedure, configure the radio to be a point to point access point radio
      18. Change IP Address to be unique but place it on the same subnet as your remote radio
      19. Change the “Subnet ID” from “default” to your network name (same as for the remote)
      20. Type your remote radio’s serial number in the trusted serial number box
      21. Scroll to top of page and click “active configuration” in top right corner
      22. Wait about 60 seconds then in the web search bar type your new IP Address. Remember if you change the subnet of your ip address you will need to change your computer’s ip address to remain on the same subnet as your radio.
      23. Once connected, click “setup” again, then click “network” (under “configuration”) in left-hand toolbar
      24. Go to eDiags and enable them, make the “Controller 1 IP Address” your computer’s IP Address
      25. Scroll to top of page and click “active configuration” in top right corner
      26. Both radios should be synchronized now. So, the sync LEDs on each radio should now blink yellow/green instead of red. To prove they are synchronized we can view the connected radios on the network in the diagnostics, browse network section. We can also do a packet transmission test.
      27. Click on diagnostics, packet transmission test. Type in the serial number of the remote radio you are communicating with and click “start test”. Once the test is finished view the results and see the number of packets received should be very close to those sent. 
      28. Now we can do eDiags, open Tview management suite, create a new file
      29. Fill in the known details for your access point radio, i.e. unit name, unit serial number, model, communication port, and remote IP address remote
      30. Click “apply changes to database” then “add new” and do the same for your remote radio
      31. Create your eDiags port, type in  the IP address of your computer
      32. Start group poll

      Video: How do I communicate between Series E Configurator software and my SCADAPack RTU?



      Issue: Need to use Series E Configurator software to configure SCADAPack RTU. But first, need to know how to set up communications between Series E Configurator software and my SCADAPack RTU
      Product Lines:
      Series E Configurator
      SCADAPack RTU
      Environment:
      Microsoft Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10, on 32-bit or 64-bit Operating System
      Cause: N/A
      Solution:
      1. Factory Reset the RTU
      2. Open Series E Configurator and create a new project. I am using a 535e SCADAPack RTU today.
      3. Communicate via USB by going to the communication drop-down menu and select USB.
      4. Read the RTU configuration.
      5. Once the RTU configuration has been read into your RTU click on the general status page. In here you can see many properties of the RTU. If you press refresh it will update your up time and you can also see your input voltage and whether it is normal or out of range.
      6. Set the RTU up for Serial communication
      7. Open the ports folder on the left-hand side.
      8. The DNP address of a factory reset RTU is zero. Change this to a unique number. This needs to be unique because if we have two RTUs at DNP address 12 on the network and you try to communicate with slave device 12, the master will get confused and not know where to send that information.
      9. Set the port 2 functions for serial communication.
      10. Write your new DNP address to your RTU. Once the write is complete go to the communication drop down box and select serial.
      11. Click on your communications setting icon.  Make sure your parameters are the same as your port 2 functions and that your communication with the correct com port.
      12. Try to refresh your page. It will fail because you haven’t updated your target DNP address. So, update this, then go into controller status and refresh your page again and see the traffic light come back to green
      13. Set the RTU up for Ethernet communication
      14. Open TCP/IP page then add your IP address to Ethernet 1. The IP address must be on the same subnet as the rest of your network and the final number must be unique. Enter a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0
      15. Change the IP Address of your computer to be on the same subnet as your RTU
      16. Write the IP address to the RTU.
      17. Now go to the communication drop down box select TCP click on the communication box and enter your IP address and the TCP port number of the RTU is 20000. Refresh your page again and you’ll see the traffic light come back to green if the communication has been set up correctly.
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      The contemporary styling and flexibility of the 2000 Series and C2000 range have made it Clipsal’s most popular range of switches and power points.

      2000 Series and C2000 range offers a range of stylish switches in standard and architrave sizes. Power points are available in single, double and automatic models, in vertical or horizontal format, with options such as neons, extra switches and safety shutters. The extensive product range also includes dimmers, fan speed controllers, timers, weatherproof switches and TV, data and phone sockets.