SWITCH 1 GANG ARCHITRAVE 10A 250V
switch 1gang arch 10a 250v
SWITCH 1 GANG ARCHITRAVE 10A 250V
SWITCH 1 GANG ARCHITRAVE 10A 250V
SWITCH 1 GANG ARCHITRAVE 10A 250V
SWITCH 1 GANG ARCHITRAVE 10A 250V
switch 1gang arch 10a 250v
SWITCH 1 GANG ARCHITRAVE 10A 250V
SWITCH 1 GANG ARCHITRAVE 10A 250V
SWITCH 1 GANG ARCHITRAVE 10A 250V

Flush Switches - 2000 Series, Architrave Size, Switch 1 Gang 250V 10A

Catalogue Number: 2030
SWITCH 1 GANG ARCHITRAVE 10A 250V
switch 1gang arch 10a 250v
SWITCH 1 GANG ARCHITRAVE 10A 250V
SWITCH 1 GANG ARCHITRAVE 10A 250V
SWITCH 1 GANG ARCHITRAVE 10A 250V
SWITCH 1 GANG ARCHITRAVE 10A 250V
switch 1gang arch 10a 250v
SWITCH 1 GANG ARCHITRAVE 10A 250V
SWITCH 1 GANG ARCHITRAVE 10A 250V
SWITCH 1 GANG ARCHITRAVE 10A 250V
Colour: White Electric
Colour: Per UOM Std.
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Key Features & Specifications

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  • 1 gang
  • 1/2 way switch mechanisms
  • Dimensions: 75 mm Length x 32 mm Width x 30 mm Depth
  • 55 mm apart Mounting centres
  • 17 mm base projection
  • With one 30M switch
Range of product
Series 2000
Product brand
Clipsal
Device presentation
basic element with full cover plate and grid
Switch function
1-pole
Actuator
rocker
Number of rocker
1
Number of poles
1
Device mounting
flush
Fixing mode
by screws
Material
PC (polycarbonate)
Local signalling
without
[Ue] rated operational voltage
250 V AC
Rated current
10 A
Marking
without marking
REACh Regulation
Reference contains Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold
EU RoHS Directive
Compliant
Mercury free
Yes
RoHS exemption information
Yes
China RoHS Regulation
Product out of China RoHS scope. Substance declaration for your information
Circularity Profile
N/A

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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the part number for a mounting block for the 2030 , 1 gang architrave switch?

The part number for a mounting block for the 2030 , 1 gang architrave switch is - 70/1

For further information , visit link below:-
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=70/1
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What is the part number for surround to suit 2030?

The surround to suit 2030 architrave is part number 2001.

Some of the key features are:
  • 1 gang
  • Architrave
  • Curved side

For further information please visit:
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=2001

 

False Events When Using A SEL 2020/2030 and ION Enterprise

Goals and Symptoms

Summary

SEL 2030 devices are used to communicate with Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories (SEL) relays. The relays only communicate with SEL proprietary protocol. The 2030 can convert this to Modbus for the use of PRODUCTS such as ION Enterprise 5.0.
We use the name SEL 2030 but this article also applies to other modules in this product family including the SEL 2020 and SEL 2032.

ION Enterprise 5.0 is configured to translate the Modbus data into the ION network. Within this network a Virtual ION Processor (VIP) can be used to perform logical actions based on the information obtained from the relay.

One common action is to detect a change in state of a Boolean value. A series of VIP Setpoint modules can be configured to monitor the state of each value.  When the state changes the VIP Setpoint module records an event but can also be used to trigger an action.

Symptoms

The VIP Setpoint module shows repeated events without an actual change in the relay state.  This may always appear as an OFF event.

Causes and Fixes

Cause

The ION Enterprise Modbus master repeatedly asks the SEL 2030 for updates.  If the SEL 2030 is providing the data directly from the port which the relay is attached to (as opposed to the port the master is attached to) then the SEL 2030 will randomly reply with Modbus exceptions. These happen when the incoming request happens at the same time as the relay is updating its information in the SEL 2030.

These Modbus exceptions may cause a VIP Setpoint module to incorrectly register an event.

Workaround

There are two ways to work around this problem.

On newer SEL 2030 devices the master port can be configured to not send exceptions when it is busy. In the port set-up configure the "BUSY_DIS" setting to "Yes" from the default "No"

On all SEL 2030 devices you can use Memory Move commands to remap the individual relay's data into the memory used by the Modbus master. 

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Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL186793 V2.0, Originally authored by KBAdPM on 07/10/2007, Last Edited by DaMi on 10/28/2009
Related ranges: VIP, ION Enterprise V5.0, Modbus / JBus

Program example: M340 Unity with LXM32A via CANOPEN

Goals and Symptoms

Program example:
M340 Unity with LxM32A via CANOPEN

Cause

Hardware description:
M340 2030 V2, LxM32A with Node-ID2, Baudrate 125KB, Unity 4.0

Brief description of the application:
Program example with one drive. Control with the integrated visulization.

Attention:
Currently it is not possible to activate several PDO which contain the same objects. E.g. it´s not
possible to activate PDO2 (Control word + Set position) and PDO3 (Control word + Set speed)
at the same time.

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How do you set the IP Address of a M340 CPU?

Issue
Set IP Address of M340 CPU

Product Line
Modicon M340

Resolution
To set the IP Address to a M340 CPU, a new network needs to be setup. In the project browser, expand the Communication folder then right click on Networks and select New Network…

 
Set up an Ethernet network and name it. The default name is Ethernet_1. Click OK. You will see Ethernet_1 under your Networks folder. Double-click the Ethernet_1 network and the configuration screen will appear.
Within the Ethernet network configuration the appropriate Model Family needs to be selected. The default Ethernet model family is set to a NOE. The model family needs to be set to CPU 2020, CPU 2030 (>= V02.00)  for a CPU. If you hover over the different model family options with your mouse you will see what each option covers as far as CPU's and NOE's.


Once the correct model family has been selected, the new network has to be linked to the CPU. To link the network, select the Ethernet port on the CPU from the Project Browser. The CPU Ethernet Configuration screen will come up. On that screen you will link the network previously setup, as seen below.

 

Setting Up IO Scanning in a M340 BMXNOE0100.

Goals and Symptoms

BMX NOE 0100 & IO Scanning
IO Scanning from a BMX NOE 0100 to a BXM P34 2030 M340 PLC.

 

Causes and Fixes

Note: In M340 IO scanning can only be done through the NOE module. The embedded Ethernet port on the processors does not support IO scanning.

Open you Unity M340 project and in the Project Browser under Communications right Click on Networks and choose New Network...





For the List of available Networks pick Ethernet and give the network a name (default is Ethernet_1)
Note: If the NOE is not in the configuration or the chosen M340 PLC does not have and Ethernet port then Ethernet will not be and available network in the list.




Next open the Ethernet Network to configure it. Make sure the Model Family lists the NOE module not the PLC. Under Module Utilities choose YES for IO Scanning.
Configure the IP parameters according to your network topology.



Click on the IO Scanning tab to fill out the IO Scanning table. The M340 IO Scanner Table is modeled after Premium not Quantum therefore all read/write address need to be consecutive.

1) Under the Master %MW Zone choose the Read and Write Ref start points. These will be the starting register addresses (Master Objects) in the M340 to which data will be Read to or Written from.
2) Fill out the slave IP address, Unit ID, Health Timeout, and Rep rate according to your specifications.
3) Fill out the Slave Indexes and Read/Write length. Note that as you fill out the Length the To field of the Master %MW zones is automatically updated.

The Example below show that the NOE will be Reading 10 consecutive words from %MW0 in the slave to %MW0 in the M340 as well as Writing 10 consecutive words from %MW100 in the M340 to %MW55 in the slave. Note: Because the Read and Write are on the same line the NOE will perform a Function Code 23. If the slave device does not support function code 23 then the read and write will need to be on separate lines of the IO Scanner table.



Next the Network needs to be linked to the NOE. To do this first open the configuration and Double Click on the NOE module.



Finally in the NOE configuration click on Channel 0 chose ETH TCP IP as the function and Your Network Name (default Ethernet_1) as the Net Link.



Build and download the project to the PLC.