cement joint pvc 1000ml blue

Cable Management PVC Medium Gap Filling Blue Cement, 1000ml Bottle with Brush

Catalogue Number: 240/1000BU
cement joint pvc 1000ml blue
Retail
$164.42
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Specifications

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Product brand
Clipsal
Package 1 Weight
994 g
Package 1 Height
110 mm
Package 1 width
110 mm
Package 1 Length
160 mm
Sustainable offer status
Green Premium product
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)
Environmental Disclosure
ENVPEP100802EN

Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the difference between 240/500BU and the 240/500CL?

The only difference between the 240/500BU and the 240/500CL is the colour only. The materials and chemicals used are the same.

Some of the key features are:

  • Medium Gap Filling
  • 500ml Bottle
  • Comes with Brush for easy application
  • Available in Clear or Blue
For further informaation please visit www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=240/500CL

 

Symmetra PX 250/500 Battery to Power Module Ratio

Issue:
Symmetra PX 250/500 Battery to Power Module Ratio

Product line:
Symmetra PX 250/500

Environment:
All Product models, all serial numbers

Cause:
Required battery to power module ratio for a Symmetra PX 250/500

Resolution:

Ratio between numbers of battery shelves and power modules (PM)

Maximum recommended discharge level on the batteries used for Symmetra PX 250/500 is 3CA, where CA means the current (Amps) by which the battery is charged or discharged divided by its Amp-hour (Ah) rating.  The 250kW runtime ratio is 10 PMs to 16 battery shelves resulting in a ratio of 1.6 battery shelf per 1 PM. Need to always round up the number of shelves

Results if ratio is not maintained

In some situations, the Power Modules will attempt to draw power from the batteries and if the ratio is not observed, you will potentially clear fuses in the battery modules and (less likely, but it happened before) burn traces on the battery backplane boards due to the DC inrush current.

 

 

Configuring Concept I/O Scanning for ZBRN1 Receiver

After setting the IP address
Set the UNIT ID to 255
Read Ref Slave to 400001
Read Length to 4    (This will read 4 16 bit registers)
Read Ref Master to a location on the PLC ex. 400100

This will write to 400100, 400101, 400102 & 400103

Changing Symmetra PX 250/500 System Time from NMC – Configuring NTP server

Issue:
Changing Symmetra PX 250/500 System Time from NMC – Configuring NTP server

Product line:
Symmetra PX 250/500

Environment:
All Product models, all serial numbers

Cause:
Time not updating on UPS when changed on NMC

Resolution:
Making changes on the NMC web interface will also make changes on the ups, but the NMC must first be configured for Read/Write in the user configuration settings on the UPS.  Once this is configured making changes on the NMC will update the display on UPS.

When changing NMC configuration to update Time using NTP, you need to pay attention to the update Interval.  It can be set from 1 to 8760 hours(1 year).  Make sure this is configured as needed.  If time is not immediately updating, click the UPDATE Now box and click apply.  You may need to refresh screen on UPS a couple times to see the change.


 

Video: How do I adjust Display settings on my Symmetra PX 250/500 UPS

Issue:
How to adjust Display settings            

Product line:
Symmetra PX 250/500

Environment:
All Product models, all serial numbers
 
Resolution:



How to adjust your display brightness, timeout, other display settings, or calibrate the touch screen, on your Symmetra PX 250-500 kVA UPS.
 
Begin at the home screen of the UPS.  



Press the wrench key at the lower left of the screen.
 
Select Configuration then User Configuration



Enter the User password (apc by default)



Select 'Display Settings'

Video: How to Start your Symmetra PX 250/500 UPS

Issue:
How to Start your Symmetra PX 250/500 UPS
 
Product line:
Symmetra PX 250/500
 
Environment:
All Product models, all serial numbers

Resolution:
Begin by applying power to the UPS by Closing the Q1 Breaker (Located in System I/O Cabinet)



Once the display is completely powered up and the Home screen is displayed, press the wrench icon in the lower left of the screen



Then select the operation button
Select System Startup



Follow the on screen prompts for starting up the UPS.  As each option is performed it will highlight the next step.


Some options are automated and will be done for you.

The following video demonstrates this procedure:
 

Video: How do I adjust Battery Test settings ​on my Symmetra PX 250-500 UPS

Issue:
How to adjust Battery Test settings

Product line:
Symmetra PX 250/500

Environment:
All Product models, all serial numbers

Cause:
Business needs may require on-demand self test initiation, or adjustment to self-test scheduling.

Resolution:



The battery self-test is used to periodically and automatically test the health of the battery modules in your UPS system. It is an important tool to detect failing batteries and to ensure they receive proper attention.  Battery self-test can be run with a frequency of every week to once a year (typical settings are bi-weekly or monthly).  Your site conditions and UPS load are typical considerations when choosing your battery self-test interval.
 
The runtime calibration is a manually initiated procedure that helps report the reduced runtime available as batteries age.  This test is not run automatically, as each test is a significant drain on the batteries.  Besides site condition and UPS load, battery age is also an important factor in deciding if and when to run a runtime calibration. At most this test should be run once a year.
 
Begin at the home screen of the UPS.  


Press the wrench key at the lower left of the screen.
 
Press the ‘Configuration’ button. 



Press the ‘User Configuration’ button.
 
Enter the user password (apc by default)



Press ‘Battery Test Settings’



Your battery charge must be at least 50% for a battery self test, 100% for a runtime calibration.  When finished reading, hit the back arrow at the top left of the screen



Tap Start to begin the battery runtime calibration or self test. You can tap Cancel to stop the calibration. The status of the runtime calibration is shown under Runtime calibration status
 

Do APC Network Management Cards (and Network Management Card embedded devices - Rack PDU, etc) support 1000mbps Ethernet connections?


Issue

Do APC Network Management Cards (and Network Management Card embedded devices - Rack PDU, etc) support 1000mbps (AKA Gigabit) Ethernet connections? How about 10000mbps (10GBe connections)?



Product Line
 
  • Network Management Card 1 - AP9617, AP9618, AP9619
Devices with an embedded Network Management Card 1 include (but are not limited to): Metered/Switched Rack PDUs (AP78XX, AP79XX), Rack Automatic Transfer Switches (AP77XX, Environmental Monitoring Units (AP9320, AP9340, Netbotz 200).
  • Network Management Card 2 - AP9630/30CH, AP9631/31CH, AP9635/35CH
Devices with an embedded Network Management Card 2 include (but are not limited to): 2G Metered/Switched Rack PDUs (AP84XX, AP86XX, AP88XX, AP89XX), Certain Audio/Video Network Management Enabled products, Smart-UPS Online (SRT).


Environment
  • 1000mbps/10000mbps (1GB/10GBe) networking environments
  • All firmware versions
  • All serial numbers
     
Cause

Many users are upgrading their networking environments and looking to understand if APC Network Management Card devices support 1GB/10GB Ethernet connections.


Resolution

APC Network Management Card enabled devices support 10/100mbps Ethernet connections. Generally, 1GB Ethernet switches will support 100mbps (either by auto-negotation or configuration modification) but 10GB switches will not. Though, sometimes vendors offer special hardware modules that can provide 100mbps capability for 10GB Ethernet Switches.

It is suggested that users can check the documentation on their networking equipment to find out if the equipment is capable of 10mbps or more commonly 100mbps and how it can be accomplished. If it can, then APC Network Management Cards will operate normally in a 100mbps environment.