clip earth brass 25mm

Cable Management Pressed Metal Conduit Fittings, Earth Clip 25MM

Catalogue Number: 208MBS
clip earth brass 25mm
Colour:
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • 1 PCE

Specifications

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Product brand
Clipsal
REACh Regulation
Free of Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold
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)
Circularity Profile
N/A

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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the part number for a 56 Series isolator 50v DC 20amps

There is nothing available in the 56 Series with these capabilities, will need to use INS range

What is the cutout size for the 5600ICP speakers?

The cut out size is 208mm diameter

Where can I find the electrical ratings and certification for the NSYTRR24M?

Issue:
Customer needs to confirm the electrical ratings and certification on the NSYTRR24M for his application.

Product Line:
Linergy TR Screw terminal blocks.

Environment:
Linergy TR NSYTRR24M, NSYTRR24MBL  

Cause:
Customers application was calling for a UL rating for 20Amps @600V

Resolution:
The UL rating for this terminal bloc is 20amps @ 600V, found on page 54 in the LINERGY CATALOG 9080CT1301

Customer is requesting the utility interactive current for XWs models

Max Sell Amps

Default - 18Amps (865-1010 XW4024) 36Amps (865-1010-01 XW4024)
                27Amps (865-1000 XW6048) 20Amps (865-1005 XW4548) 48Amps (865-1000-01 XW6048)

Range - 0-18Amps (865-1010 XW4024) 0-36Amps (865-1010-01 XW4024)
                0-27Amps (865-1000 XW6048) 0-20Amps (865-1005 XW4548) 0-48Amps (865-1000-01)

What are the C-BUS Relay part numbers?

You have several options for relays, Catalogue numbers and information below.

L5504RVF, L5504RVFP** - 4 Channel voltage free relay - 10amps per channel
L5508RVF, L5508RVFP** - 8 Channel voltage free relay - 10amps per channel
L5512RVF, L5512RVFP** - 12 Channel voltage free relay - 10amps per channel

L5504RVF20, L5504RVF20P** - 4 Channel voltage free relay - 20amps per channel

L5508RELVP - 8 Channel Extra Low Voltage Relay

5101R - Single and Two Channel 250v AC 10amp relay
5102RVF - Single and Two Channel 250v AC 10amp Voltage Free Relay

** Any part number that has a 'P' after the part number for Din Rail mount units does NOT include a C-Bus 200ma Power Supply.

What is the accuracy of the Premium PLC CPU real time clock.

Real time clock accuracy:

Accuracy of the real time clock is one second (%SW50) +/- 200ms.

Resolution of the real time clock is one second (%SW50) +/- 200ms,because 200ms is the refresh rate of the RTC.
 
Accuracy error:
 
The accuracy error of the quartz oscillator is:
 
1. At 0 and 70°C : -101/20 ppm, error in second/day is -8.7/1.7, in minute/year is -53/11.
 
2. At 25°C: -20/20 ppm, error in second/day is -1.7/1.7, in minute/year is -11/11.

The ACSC100 manual lists an In-Rush current of 56amps for 200ms. How does this not trip the 20amp breaker?

Issue:
The ACSC100 manual lists an In-Rush current of 56amps for 200ms.  How does this not trip the 20amp breaker?
Product line:
ACSC100
Environment:
InRow Cooling
Cause:
 
Resolution:
The reason that the circuit breaker does not trip is expressed in the time/current curve that are unique properties of circuit breakers or fuses. For example a typical Square ""D"" ""NQ"" breaker rated at 20 amps might trip after 300 seconds of a 20 amp load, but will pass considerably more than 56 amps at 200ms of time.

Are the Masterpact NW and NT shunt trip and shunt close coils continuous-duty rated?

Issue:
Does the Masterpact NW shunt trip and shunt close have a coil clearing switch?

Product Line:
Masterpact NT and NW breakers

Resolution:
Yes, the coils themselves are continuous duty rated and do not use a coil clearing switch. However in actual use, a maintained signal should not be used on the shunt close coil (XF). Any opening order will open the breaker so a standing close order is not necessary (see Anti-Pump Feature in the Masterpact catalog 0613CT0001). Instead, use a signal of at least 200ms on the shunt close coil (XF), then remove the signal.

Machine worked well with ATV16. But when replaced by ATV28, no run signal received from controller. Controller is open collector output with 24V suppl...

Goals and Symptoms

Machine worked well with ATV16. But when replaced by ATV28, no run signal received from controller. Controller is open collector output with 24V supply from the ATV. Controller operating sequence is, during initialisation, send a 200mS run signal to the ATV and read the motor encorder for motion. For ATV28 case, there is no run signal at all. Thus the controller detect a encorder feedback error. Could this be due to the ATV28 emit higher level of noise on the 24V supply, thus interfere with the controller operation? Can ATV58 or ATV11 improve the situation? The ATV28 works well when tested independly.

Facts and Changes

Replace ATV16U41M2 by ATV28HU41M2. Spray painting maching,

Causes and Fixes

Try to connect the Ov of ATV28 control terminals to the ground. We are very interesting by your problem, is it possible to make some oscillograms of the noise.

You can also try to use an external 24v supply


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL156482 V3.0, Originally authored by on , Last Edited by on
Related ranges: Altivar 28

Machine worked well with ATV16. But when replaced by ATV28, no run signal received from controller. Controller is open collector output with 24V suppl...

Goals and Symptoms

Machine worked well with ATV16. But when replaced by ATV28, no run signal received from controller. Controller is open collector output with 24V supply from the ATV. Controller operating sequence is, during initialisation, send a 200mS run signal to the ATV and read the motor encorder for motion. For ATV28 case, there is no run signal at all. Thus the controller detect a encorder feedback error. Could this be due to the ATV28 emit higher level of noise on the 24V supply, thus interfere with the controller operation? Can ATV58 or ATV11 improve the situation? The ATV28 works well when tested independly.

Facts and Changes

Replace ATV16U41M2 by ATV28HU41M2. Spray painting maching,

Causes and Fixes

Try to connect the Ov of ATV28 control terminals to the ground. We are very interesting by your problem, is it possible to make some oscillograms of the noise.

You can also try to use an external 24v supply. Try to use a core on the encoder cable.


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL156617 V1.0, Originally authored by on , Last Edited by on
Related ranges: Altivar 28

What are pulse characteristics of the Extended Range Powerlogic Energy Meter?

Issue
Need the pulse characteristics of the Energy Meter (EME) to determine the compatibility of the input device.

Product Line
Powerlogic Energy Meter

Environment
Application requiring submetering device that produce and energy pulse (kWh) 

Resolution
*Warning:  Installation and maintenance of this device should only be performed by qualified, competent personnel that have appropriate training and experience with high voltage and current devices. Failure to follow the instructions / warnings in the Meter Installation Guide can result in permanent damage to the meter, severe injury or death.


The pulse output is a contact closure only - power must be supplied externally in the range of 5-24 V ac/dc, with a maximum load of 100mA.

The pulse output provides a contact closure for 200ms at each pulse time. Be sure the controller will accept this signal as an input. See marked location of the pulse out terminal in figure below.




 

What does the Red LED labeled ERR blinking or flashing on the M241 PLC mean?

Issue:

The Red LED labeled ERR is blinking/flashing on M241 series PLC. What does it mean?

Product Line
SoMachine v4.1+, 

M241 PLC (TM241C24R, TM241C24T, TM241C24U, TM241C40R, TM241C40T, TM241C40U, TM241CE24R, TM241CE24T, TM241CE24U, TM241CE40R, TM241CE40T, TM241CE40U, TM241CEC24R, TM241CEC24T, TM241CEC24U)

 

Environment
M241 LED physical indicator light


Resolution

There are three types of ERR LED blinking:

Regular flash -

The LED turns on for 500ms and then off for 500ms regularly.

This signifies an INVALID_OS controller state There is not a valid firmware file present in the flash memory. The controller does not execute the application. Refer to the Firmware Upgrade section of the SoMachine HTML Help to restore a correct state.

 

Single flash -

The LED turns on for 1000ms, then off for a short 200ms and repeats this pattern.

This signifies an EMPTY controller state, no program has been loaded to the PLC in this state (usually after a Firmware Upgrade procedure has been done or when a Reset Origin is performed)

 

Fast flash -

The LED flashes on and off alternating quickly within 500ms at a regular pace.

This signifies an EMPTY after a system error detected controller state.

This state is the same as the normal EMPTY state. But the application is present (as a BOOT project), and is intentionally not loaded into working memory. A next reboot (power cycle), or a new application download, will restore correct state.

 

For more information, please refer to the SoMachine HTML Help in the section:

Logic Controllers -> M241 Logic Controller -> Programming Guide -> Controller States and Behaviors -> Controller States Description

Why does the ATS46 or ATS48 get a phase fault PHF when attempting to start?

Issue:
Why does the ATS46 or ATS48 get a phase fault PHF when attempting to start?

Product Line:
ATS46 and ATS48 soft starters

Environment:
All 

Cause:
Open circuit between ATS and motor, open or bad connection on input line power, shorted SCR or bypass contactor, high power factor.

Resolution:
Possible Causes & Solutions:
  • Mains supply failure greater than 500ms when run command is present. (verify that line voltage is sufficient, stable and present on L1-L2-L3 terminals. If an isolation contactor is used, it must close within 200ms of a run command)
  • Motor current draw less than 10% of the nominal starter rating. (verify that load is present and motor is pulling sufficient current because current draw must be more than 10% of the controller rating while running without a shorting contactor)
  • SCR failure (suspect this to be case if fault occurs immediately upon start - can verify SCRs by measuring from L1 to T1, L2 to T2, L3 to T3, then reverse the meter leads and retest.  For the ATS46,  the control board must be totally removed.  When making this measurement one should see at least 50k ohms on all 6 measurements. If less, then suspect have a bad SCR in that phase
  • Power factor greater than 95% lagging
  • If the fault is detected after completion of the acceleration ramp, ensure the proper connection of the shorting contactor, if used. The output of the the shorting contactor must be connected to terminals A2-B2-C2, and must close within 200 milliseconds of reaching full speed.
  • Can occur if shorting contactor does not drop out within 500ms of stop (Look at associated relay which may be dropping it out due to noise)
    • Confirm whether the shorting contactor is the issue by removing contactor out of the system by disconnecting and see if the Soft Starter will run without getting the PHF fault.
  • Check for open phases including:
    • Blown Fuses
    • Open or loose power connections
  • Check connections to measurement board to confirm they are secure and clean
  • Verify the motor and the output wiring are good
  • If you suspect external and load issue, you can test with smaller motor or same motor with SST (in level 3 for ATS46 or drC menu for ATS48) ON which is test on low power motor or maintenance mode -- If current is the issue, then with this on the unit should get up to speed and run.  NOTE: SST parameter will reset to OFF after a power cycle.
  • Verify that there are no devices on line or load side such as contactors or overloads that may be open.
  • If the motor can be run across the line, measure current on each phase. They should be equal. An imbalance could indicate a bad motor.

Additionally verify wiring to shorting contactor. It may have wires reversed on the contactor input as compared to the contactor output. Terminal A1 should go through shorting contactor to terminal A2, Terminal B1 should go through shorting contactor to terminal B2 and terminal C1 should go through shorting contactor to terminal C2.


 

Emergency Power Supply System (EPSS) Reports Show Multiple Generator Starts And Stops

Issue
When an EPSS report is showing multiple starts and stops for a generator, there is a good chance the debounce settings need to be changed. Here is an example of a report where this is happening:

Taking a look at generator #1 (the yellow bars), the report shows that the generator started at 12:58:13.103 and stopped at 12:58:13.157, only a 54 millisecond difference. The same is happening in generator #2 (the green bars), a 56 millisecond difference.
 
Product Line  
CM4000

Cause
CM4000 meters with firmware versions of 14.400 or older had a maximum debounce time of 50ms, and the only options were 5ms and 50ms (newer firmwares allowed more options). In the above example, when the difference in time between the starting and stopping of the generator is more than 50 milliseconds, this issue can be corrected by editing the debounce register. The debounce setting is actually a measurement of the vibration caused by the relay tripping. This vibration is supposed to dissipate within a few milliseconds, but sometimes takes longer.

The default setting for the debounce register is 5 milliseconds, but this can be reconfigured to as high as 200ms in 5ms increments depending on the currently installed firmware version.

Resolution
In some cases, like the one illustrated above, the chosen debounce time may not be high enough for the vibration to dissipate, so try a higher value if needed (200ms maximum).

Note: The procedure to change the debounce time will be different based on what your meter firmware is.

A register write is required to change the debounce setting. In the illustrated example, the customer has an IOC44 in Slot B of the CM4000, and has the generator statuses wired to I/O Points 19, 20, 21, and 22. The debounce setting is held in the base I/O register +11. These are the register writes to change the debounce settings for this example configuration to 200ms:

If you have firmware version that is higher than 14.400, then you would use the following modified procedure to get a 200ms debounce time:

Register 8000 -> 9020 for command mode
Register 4851 -> 200 for debounce register for IO Point 19
Register 4881 -> 200 for debounce register for IO Point 20
Register 4911 -> 200 for debounce register for IO Point 21
Register 4941 -> 200 for debounce register for IO Point 22
Register 8001 -> 1 for saving changes
Register 8000 -> 9021 for closing command mode

Once the debounce setting is changed, it will ignore any vibration signal that occurs in the first 200 milliseconds of the relay switching.

If you have firmware version 14.385 beta, then you would use the following modified procedure to get a 200ms debounce time:

Register 8000 -> 9020 for command mode
Register 4851 -> 1 for debounce register for IO Point 19
Register 4881 -> 1 for debounce register for IO Point 20
Register 4911 -> 1 for debounce register for IO Point 21
Register 4941 -> 1 for debounce register for IO Point 22
Register 8001 -> 1 for saving changes
Register 8000 -> 9021 for closing command mode

If you have firmware version 14.400 or less then you would use the following procedure to get a 50ms debounce time (50ms is the maximum with these firmware versions):

Register 8000 -> 9020 for command mode
Register 4851 -> 1 for debounce register for IO Point 19
Register 4881 -> 1 for debounce register for IO Point 20
Register 4911 -> 1 for debounce register for IO Point 21
Register 4941 -> 1 for debounce register for IO Point 22
Register 8001 -> 1 for saving changes
Register 8000 -> 9021 for closing command mode

To download the latest firmware version for CM4000 series meters, click on the following article: FA237920