Clipsal - Mounting Accessories, Mounting Box with 20 mm End Entries

White Electric | Clipsal - Mounting Accessories, Mounting Box with 20 mm End Entries

Clipsal - Mounting Accessories, Mounting Box with 20 mm End Entries

Item Number: 238-WE



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Green Premium product


Number of gangs

1 gang

Device mounting



115 mm


38 mm

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Free of Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold

REACh free of SVHC


EU RoHS Directive


Toxic heavy metal free


Mercury free


RoHS exemption information


China RoHS Regulation

 Pro-active China RoHS declaration (out of China RoHS legal scope)

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Package 1 Bare Product Quantity




Cable entry number


Unit Type of Package 1


Number of Units in Package 1


Package 1 Height

3.9 cm

Package 1 Width

7.5 cm

Package 1 Length

11.6 cm

Package 1 Weight

125 g

Unit Type of Package 2


Number of Units in Package 2


Package 2 Height

120 cm

Package 2 Width

160 cm

Package 2 Length

198 cm

Package 2 Weight

1.328 kg

Unit Type of Package 3


Number of Units in Package 3


Package 3 Height

296 cm

Package 3 Width

305 cm

Package 3 Length

436 cm

Package 3 Weight

12 kg
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Frequently Asked Questions

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Do we have any MTBF data on the ATV212 drives?

MTBF data on the ATV212 drives

Product Line:
Altivar ATV212


Needs to know if we have any MTBF data on the ATV212 drives.

See the attached document.  Please note that this data does not include the heat sink cooling fan.


This document gives the mean time to failure (MTTF) values of Altivar 212 variable speed drives.

Altivar 212 MTTF values are based on IEC 62380.
The fan is an aging part to replace in maintenance. Hence the fan is not taken into account in these MTTF values.
Voltage         Kw        MTTF values   
Three 240V (M3X)0.75560000
Three 500V (N4)0.75560000

MTTF= MUT1= Mean Time To (first) Failure
MUT= Mean of MUTI= Mean Up Time
MDT= Mean of MDTI= Mean Down Time
MTBF= MUT+MDT= Mean Time between Failures


How to read Modbus data of CT channels beyond 42 of BCPM (Branch Circuit Power Meter)?

BCPM Modbus Register List

Please see below details given in the BCPM User Guide.

Based on this depending on where your CT strips are connected, you need to read the Modbus registers.

For example, if the DIP switch is set up as above to reflect address 40. Then you read the data for the 42 channels connected to Panel 1 using the Modbus address 40 and the given registers in the Modbus register map.

Then for the other channels connected to Panel 2, you need to use Modbus address 40+1=41.

For example, if you read register 1336 with address 40, that means it gives the current value of channel 1 in the Panel 1.

Then if you read the same register 1336 with address 41, that means it gives the current values of channel 1 in the Panel 2 and so on.

This means if the CTs from 43-63 are connected to Panel 2, if you need the current reading for CT 43, you will need to use +1 Modbus address to read it and use 1336 register and so on.

This is what is explained in the below section in the Modbus map.

Video: How to import an EDS file into SoMachine?

How to import an EDS file into SoMachine?

Product Line
SoMachine, EDS, M238, M258, M251

See video below:


What software is required to commission the 5200WHC2 Spacelogic home controller(SLHC).

You will need to have the latest PICED 4.14.x in order to commission a 5200WHC2 Spacelogic home controller(SLHC).

Before transferring the project, PICED will prompt if the firmware version on the unit is older than the one come with PICED

Wiser transfer
This require a firmware update


Link below is the firmware for then new SLHomeController

firmware link

Wiser transfer1

After approximately 15 minutes the unit will do a power cycle


You then now can transfer the PICED Project

Wiser transfer2


Will take 3 minutes to boot up after the project transfer



Wiser transfer4

You can check if the wiser is back online by using the Control System IP Utility software that come with Toolkit


Now you can log in to the wiser by a browser


How to configure a C-Bus Automation Controller to SE8350 or SE8650 Room Controller for Modbus RS-485 communications

Upon successful login to the C-Bus 5500NAC2 (Network Automation Controller) or 5500AC2 (Application Controller)

Setting Modbus RTU Settings
1) Select the Configurator option from the 5500NAC2 / 5500AC2 - start page 
2) Select the Modbus tab to display modbus devices, settings and options
3) Select the RTU Settings option in the bottom left corner
4) Check the RTU (serial) enabled option for an available RTU connection 
5) Set the port to /dev/RS485 
6) Set the baud rate to match baud rate set in SE8350 or SE8650 (possible options - 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600)
7) Set the parity bit to match parity set in SE8350 or SE8650 (possible options none (1 stop bit), odd, even, none (2 stop bit). 
8) Set duplex option to "half duplex"
9) Select the Save button to set the Modbus RTU Settings

RTU Settings Dialog

Scanning Modbus RTU for Devices
1) Select the RTU Scan option in the bottom left corner
2) Enter the Scan range start (COM address of first SE8350/8650 in daisy chain) 
3) Enter the Scan range end (COM address of last SE8360/8650 in daisy chain) 
4) Select the Save button to start RTU scan for modbus devices

RTU Scan Dialog

5) From the RTU Scan results - check the add device option and specify the name, modbus profile (SE8300, SE8600 or SER8300 depending on series of SE Room Controller). 
Note: The SE8300 series profile covers the SE8350 room controllers, SE8600 series profile covers the SE8650 room controllers. 

RTU Scan Result Dialog

6) Select the Save button to add the devices to the list of modbus devices

Adding User Parameter Objects - Needed for Modbus Mapping
1) Select the Objects tab from the configuration page tabs to display C-Bus Automation Controller objects
2) Select the Add New Object option in the bottom left corner to add a user parameter which will later be mapped to a modbus device register
3) Select User Parameter option from the Application dropdown
4) Add a new variable address and provide a meaningful tag name
5) Select an option that matches the modbus register type from the Data type dropdown (eg floating point for temperature reading or temperature setpoint)
6) Specify keywords, units, comments as appropriate
7) Select the Save button to add the new user parameter to the list of C-Bus Automation Controller objects

Add Object Dialog

example: the newly added user parameter object will appear in the objects list and its value prior to modbus mapping will be shown as the default value in this case 0.000°C

User Parameter Object

Mapping Modbus Device Registry to User Parameter
1) Select the Modbus tab from the configuration page tabs
2) From the modbus device list select the applicable modbus device's mapping icon under the mapping column
3) From the modbus device's register list select the link to object field next to the modbus register to be mapped
4) From the mapping dialog use the link to object dropdown list to link the modbus register to the corresponding user parameter
5) Specify the value delta, units, keywords and comments as applicable
6) Select Save button to link the modbus device register to the user parameter object

Modbus Mapping Dialog

Check User Parameter value for updates from SE8350/8650 Room Controller
1) Select the Objects tab from the configuration page tabs to display C-Bus Automation Controller objects
2) Check that the User Parameter object which was just mapped from SE8350/8650 modbus device register is updating as expected

example: we can see the Room Temp user parameter is being updated from the Room Controller One - Room Temperature modbus registry

Mapped User Parameter Object

What does NST mean on Altivar drives?

NST on Altivar drives.

Product Line:
All Altivar drives


NST is not a fault but rather a status indicating the drive is in a freewheel stop condition.

NST is a very general status on drives.  It is not a fault condition.

See below for a number of reasons why NST is present depending on application/setup.
Causes and fixes :
The drive is in 2 wire control (TCC = 2C) and was powered up with an active run command.
Cycle the run command or set TCT to LEL. (IO menu, 2 wire type = level)

The drive has an input assigned to Freewheel stop, NST.
The input needs to be active.

The drive is in 3 wire control (TCC =3C).
LI1 must be active before the NST will clear.

The drive is being controlled by serial communication, and drive is not receiving the proper command signal.
The drive will display NST until the correct value has been written to the command word.

A loss of a 4-20mA signal is programmed to freewheel stop.
When the input is lost, status goes to NST. Verify the 4-20 mA signal.

The drive is in terminal control, and the STOP button on the integral or remote keypad was pressed.
While in terminal control, the STOP button functions as an E-STOP.  If the keypad STOP button is pressed, the drive will go to NST (excluding the ATV212, which will display a flashing "E"). Power cycle the drive to clear the NST.

For the ATV61/71 VFD only: If the drive is running, and the voltage applied to the PWR input terminal drops below +19Vdc, the drive will stop and display NST.
You will need to make sure you close the +24 VDC to PWR input and cycle off and on the run command again. Make sure the factory-installed jumper between +24 and PWR is connected firmly. Or if a safety circuit is connected to these terminals, be sure the circuit is closed.  
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