clip earth 50mm cond 40mm wp

Cable Management Pressed Metal Conduit Fittings, Earth Clip 50mm, 40mm WP

Catalogue Number: 211M
clip earth 50mm cond 40mm wp
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Product brand
Surface treatment
hot-dip galvanized
76 mm
26 mm
Package 1 Weight
49 g
Package 1 Height
27 mm
Package 1 width
72 mm
Package 1 Length
48 mm
REACh free of SVHC
EU RoHS Directive
Pro-active compliance (Product out of EU RoHS legal scope)
Toxic heavy metal free
Mercury free
RoHS exemption information
China RoHS Regulation
 Pro-active China RoHS declaration (out of China RoHS legal scope)

Frequently Asked Questions

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Is there a Lexcom RJ45 connector that fits in a PDL plate

Yes, use a VDI552012 + 611M

What is the dimensions for the PDL 611M mounting adaptor clip

 They only fit the 600 series plates

What is the cable entry for a LE1M35U705

2 x 13mm PG at bottom and top
2 x 20mm ISO at bottom and top
2 x 21mm PG at bottom and top
2 x 25mm ISO at bottom and top

What are dimensions of part BPC112?

The part BPC112 has the following dimensions:
 24mm x 21mm x 16mm

For more information on this part please refer to

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What plugs are compatible with the PDL 56CV316/240 (56CV316240)?

*Our product code in brackets
Compatible with Bals 211 (PDLBALS211) and Bals 21238 (PDLBALS21238) plugs.

How to change the Schneider Electric company logo on Tenant Metering Software (TMS) 1.5 bills.

The Schneider Electric company logo can be changed to reflect the tenant billing company.
The logo is located at: C:\PowerLogic\TenantMetering\LOGO.jpg

The customer can modify this file or swap out thier own logo in this one's place.

Image Requirements

File name must be named LOGO.jpg
Image size* must be: Width = 211, Height = 50

*Any other image size will be expanded/condensed to 211x50 pixels.

Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL201466 V1.0, Originally authored by MaTh on 02/26/2010, Last Edited by MaTh on 02/26/2010
Related ranges: Tenant Metering Software

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


How do I update the firmware of my SRT series Smart-UPS using the Firmware Upgrade Wizard?


There are two methods to update the firmware of the UPS:
  • Locally via a Serial or USB connection using the Firmware Upgrade Wizard application
  • Remotely via the Network Management Card
  • The Firmware Upgrade Wizard is the most reliable and preferred method of upgrading.
If you have a previous version of the Firmware Upgrade Wizard or Firmware Images, delete the old version and download the latest revision.
If you need to upgrade an SMT/SMC/SMX unit, or need to upgrade via the Network Management Card, refer to Kbase #FA164737

Links to download all necessary files can be found at the end of this document.


Product line:

Smart-UPS SRT Families



All Smart-UPS models beginning with "SRT" are supported.
Since we will continually release new products that are supported by the tool, we identify devices that are NOT supported.

Devices that are *NOT* supported by the Firmware Upgrade Wizard:

  • Legacy Devices:  Models beginning with: SU, SUA, SUM, SURT, SURTD, SURTA, SRC (IE: SUA3000XL, SU2200NET, SURTD3000RMXLT)
  • Next Generation Devices: SMX750, SMX1000, SMX1500 with firmware UPS 02.x or lower.
    • These units are 120 V devices built prior to date code 1037. Date code is the first 4 numbers in your serial number. (IE: Serial Number AS1036123456 Would not be supported.)
The system requirements for the Firmware Upgrade Wizard are as follows:
Operating systems: Microsoft Windows XP®, Windows Vista® , Windows 7®, Windows 8®, 8.1®, and Windows 10®
To find your current Firmware level:
Run the Wizard and it will identify the current firmware version before performing the update.
For all but SMC unit:
From the main menu of the UPS LCD screen select "About" and scroll down to "UPS Firmware"

Firmware Revision Matrix
 UPS Model  Firmware after Update
 SRT 5/6KVA (firmware less than 2.9)  UPS 02.9
 SRT 5/6KVA (firmware greater than 2.9)  UPS 04.1
 SRT 8/10KVA  UPS 04.7
Note: Upgrading SRT 5/6KVA units from version 2.x requires updating to version 2.9, and then it is recommended to update to the latest version.
This will require that you run through the firmware upgrade process twice. The first upgrade will bring you to 2.9 and the second upgrade will bring you to 4.1.

Note: If you are upgrading an SRT unit due to a "Needs Firmware Update" or "Battery Sys Error 0800" message, you MUST have your external battery packs connected when you perform the upgrade. If you connect more external packs at a later date and the issue returns, you will need to run the update again with all battery packs connected. Upgrading an SRT unit may take up to 20 minutes to complete. DO NOT REBOOT YOU COMPUTER OR ATTEMPT TO TURN OFF THE UPS DURING THIS TIME. The more external battery packs are connected, the longer the upgrade will take.

Note: You must use the serial cable that is included with your UPS. If upgrading via USB, it is recommended that you use the included USB cable.


Customers wanting to upgrade their UPS firmware should download  "Firmware Upgrade Wizard v4.1.1" as well as the "Firmware Upgrade Wizard Manual v4.1.1"  files. 
The "Firmware Upgrade Wizard v4.1.1" file contains the self-extracting executable file, as well as all necessary UPS firmware images. Read the "Firmware Upgrade Wizard Manual v4.1.1" before beginning the process.
The users manual provides a complete step by step walk through of the process including all necessary screenshots.
The complete process will take 5-20 minutes and will require that you power down any load attached to the UPS.
If you run into any issues during the process or have any additional questions, please contact APC Tech Support.

Links to Downloadable Files:
Firmware Upgrade Wizard v4.1.1
Firmware Upgrade Wizard User's Manual v4.1.1
Firmware Update Images v4.1 (Includes Release Notes for the specific images)

(Downloads will open in a new browser window.)
NOTE: If you have a previous version of the Firmware Upgrade Wizard or Firmware Images, it is advised that you delete the old version and download the latest revision.

PM5500 meter data logs are no longer being uploaded in Power Monitoring Expert 8.1

Power Monitoring Expert (PME) stops logging the onboard meter data from Datalog 1. By default, the data log is set to log the Real Energy, Reactive Energy and Apparent Energy.
The PME driver logging is still functional and will meter other data such as voltage, current...etc. Looking at the meter diagram in Vista, the user notices that a value greater than 200 is returned for the 'File Status' register (19004).


Product Line
PowerLogic PM5500 series (PM5560, PM5563)

Power Monitoring Expert 8.1

The PM5500 Modbus register list provides the following information for the "File Status" register:
Register: 19004
Output: 0=OK, 200=Internal Failure, 210=Disabled due to configuration.

Error 211 is a CRC error but should not affect logging as the latest version of the driver will ignore this exception. The earlier versions will stop uploading the data if this exception is thrown by the device. Hence, upgrading to the latest PME device driver (attached below) is recommended as it can handle other exceptions thrown by the device.

This issue is corrected by applying the following:
  1. Upgrade the device to the latest firmware. The latest firmware and upgrade procedure are available in FA299853.
  2. Update the device driver on the Power Monitoring Expert server by executing the attached file below.
When the latest PM5500 device driver is first installed, PME will pull data from the beginning of the data log which results in a longer time download the latest data from the meter. It is recommended to check the diagnostic viewer and verify if the logs are updating correctly.

Issues Resolved by this release of the PM5500 SE driver:
  1. Device driver downloads logs from the device slowly after a site server restart.
  2. Device driver stops downloading logs if exception response is received from the device while downloading logs (The driver will now skip record(s) when an exception response is received from the device while reading it. There may be occasional gaps in the data log read from the device).

Which operators can be mounted in a XACA pendant station?

Compatible operators for XACA pendant station

Product Line:
Harmony XAC

Pendant control station XACA

All ZA2 non-illuminated operators can be mounted in the cover or the bottom except for 60mm mushroom buttons. Also 3 position selector switches can not be used in the bottom. There are no contact blocks that will work with the 3 position selector switch in the bottom. Pilot lights and the XACA booted operators can be mounted in the cover only.

Are the booted operators used on an XACA & XACB pendant stations the same?

XACA & XACB operator compatibility

Product Line:
Pendant Stations

XAC Standard Duty Pistol Grips, Enclosures, Contact Blocks

No, XACA booted operators use the XACA941* booted operators. XACB use XACB91** and XACB92** booted operators, they are not interchangeable.

IPMI Overview


IPMI Overview

Product Line:



NetBotz Version 2 and 3 appliances


IPMI is a protocol supported by NetBotz appliance for monitoring 3rd party devices (mostly servers).


What is IPMI?
  • Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) is a relatively new technology designed to extend customers' IT capabilities and further improve remote management across their hardware platforms by providing an easy to use and scalable interface into their server’s hardware at a physical level.
  • Implemented on server’s baseboard management controller chip, independent of CPU and OS but uses existing Ethernet already on the system.

How does IPMI work?
  • A separate processor called a Baseboard Mgmt Controller (BMC) runs along side the core/main processor in a system to allow monitoring of the system’s status, environmental info, etc internally, regardless of the health of the core processor.
  • The BMC communicates with the system board both internally and externally, to provide for remote management and monitoring of the system.
  • IPMI is a self-describing environment, providing for easy integration into third party software applications (NetBotz).

NetBotz Support of IPMI
  • IPMI allows NetBotz to monitor physical characteristics of IPMI-enabled servers and network equipment:
    • Temperature, Voltage, Fan status
    • Midrange & enterprise servers will have multiple of each type of sensor
    • NetBotz appliances polls the IPMI device via the TCP/IP network using the IPMI protocol similar to how NetBotz polls SNMP devices.
  • NetBotz BotzWare 2.4 supports IPMI version 1.5 and 2.0 devices
  • BotzWare 2.4 (and later) supports monitoring only
  • Since IPMI is self-describing, manufacturers provide recommended threshold settings. This means that when an IPMI device is added to BotzWare 2.4, default thresholds are automatically created on the NetBotz appliance.
  • IPMI is supported on the NetBotz 500, 420, 320 with a valid Premium Software Module key installed
  • IPMI is supported on the NetBotz 450, 455, 550, and 570 units with a 5 node monitoring pack (NBWN0006) installed.
  • Default Port for IPMI is UDP 623.
  • IPMI must be supported and configured on the target device.
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