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Lid, Disposable, With Lugs

Catalogue Number: 240TL
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Colour: Electric Orange
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • Electric Orange 1 PCE
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Specifications

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Product brand
Clipsal
Range of product
Series 240TL
Accessory / separate part category
mounting accessory
Product or component type
cover
Diameter
69 mm
Depth
31 mm
Shape
round
Material
plastic
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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Can you get a lid for the 16-20mm Clipsal junction box?

clipsal 240L

Does the 240L come with screws?

Yes, the 240L comes with 2 screws.

For more information, please refer to the link:
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=240L

What is the alternative for the 250ml clear glue 240A?

There is no direct alternative to the clear 250ml jointing cement in the squeeze bottle.

We only offer our range of four sizes with a brush incorporated in the lid.    

For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=jointing%20cement.

240L, does it come with screws?

Yes,

SCREW SS 3/16BSWX8.5 CB/CH HD

What is the spare coil for LC1D32 240V?

  LXD1U7

What size hole saw is required for the 240CA ?

As  per installation instructions use a 63mm hole saw to cut holes.

What colours are the PDL 680M32 available in?

The PDL 680M32 (switch module, 1 way, 2 terminal, 32A, 240V) is only available in white or black.
https://www.pdl.co.nz/product-details.aspx?rcat=products&catid=0&id=825

What is the replacement for a Merlin Gerin 26860, RCBO, 240V, 20A, 30mA?

The replacement for a Merlin Gerin 26860, RCBO, 240V, 20A, 30mA is a A9D11820.

Is there an operation in Unity Pro that replaces the Concept M1HEALTH function block?

No.
The Concept M1Health function block was used to monitor local IO and distributed IO Bus slaves.
All of the same functionality can be reproduced in Unity Momentum with System Words.
Local IO Base can be monitored using %SW119. 
IO Bus Health can be monitored using %SW118. 
Slave Module Health can be monitored using %SW128, %SW129.

Does there need to be any segregation between DALI and 240V?

No – The DALI line must be run in a cable that is mains rated (i.e. minimum 1.5mm mains rated twin cable or 5-core soft cabling). As a rule of thumb, you should presume the DALI Line cable has mains voltages present and therefore you should treat the cable type requirements accordingly.

Do you have a smoke alarm that doesn't connect to 240V?

All our smoke alarms need to be hard wired with a 240V supply.
However, they have battery backup in case of power failure.

For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=smoke%20alarm

I am looking for a wall fan with a 240mm cutout and is physically approx 300mm square

You can use a Clipsal 7106A or 7108A both have a 230mm cut out and are 271mm square

What is the Cut out Size of the clipsal CE200 Fan Assembly ?

The cut out Size is 240mm Diameter cut out.
 

Can Power Supply ABL7RM 24025 be din rail mounted?

Yes, ABL7RM24025 can be din rail mounted, it also has 2 x 4mm panel mount holes.

 

What is part number for Red Neon 240v mech?

Unfortunately, we have part number 30N-RD which is 250v mech but nothing available in 240v.

Is there a LHC882 C-Bus Modena switch available in standard 240V?

Yes there is a standard 240V Switch that looks the same as a LHC882 C-Bus Modena switch.
The part number is M8082LHA.
Some of the key features are:

  • Blue LED indicator
  • Horizontal plate
  • Front loading rocker switches
  • 84 mm mounting centre

For further information please visit www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=M8082LHA

 

 

TSXSCP114 and TSXSCP1114 serial communications baud rate ranges

 

Goals and Symptoms

This Resolution clarifies the baud rate ranges for the TSXSCP114 and TSXSCP1114 RS422/RS485 Serial Communication cards.

 
Facts and Changes

Unity allows the user to select the same baud rate ranges between the TSXSCP114 and TSXSCP1114 even though their baud rate ranges are different.  Unity does not limit the selection of the baud rates based on the communication card configured.
 

Causes and Fixes

 The baud rate ranges are as follows:

    TSXSCP114 - 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200

    TSXSCP1114 - 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600

The default baud rate is 9600.

Additional Information

Reference Premium and Atrium using Unity Pro Asynchronous Serial Link User Manual, 10/2013.  Part number, 35006178.12.

What are the Fault Codes for the TR-series inverter?

 TR-Series Inverter Fault Codes

Issue:

TR-Series Fault code list

Resolution:

Complete list of faults for the TR-series inverter:

Please see attached manual pages 40 to 44.

 

Related Product:

TR1512, TR1524, TR2424, TR2412, TR3624

What are the dimensions for 5600ICP speaker?

The dimensions for the 5600ICP speaker is 240mm X 90MM with a speaker diameter of 6 inches.

For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/Product
 

What is the part number for a 1 pole, 25A, 240V, D curve, 10KA Clipsal circuit breaker?

4CB125D10 is the part number for a 1 pole, 25A, 240V, D curve, 10KA Clipsal circuit breaker. Dimensions are as follows:

For further information please visit
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=4CB125D10
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What is the part number for the lid to suit a 1240 j-box?

There are two lids for the 1240 j-box. They are 1240L for the standard lid and 1240HDL25 for the heavy duty lid with gasket.

For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=1240
 
 
 

What changes need to be made to accommodate 240 volts on the input to the Matrix-UPS?


The input voltage selector must be adjusted in order to accommodate the new voltage requirement. This process is outlined on page 10 of the owner's manual.

Is there a vertical 500 series Shaver socket

PDL 2014 Pocket book - page 73, PDL1575
Universal 110V and 240V, direct replacement for the 63T
Note:Plate dimensions 146 x 90mm (HxW).
Mounting Centres 120mm (Flush box is PDL31) 

What are the dimensions of the ceiling speaker 5600ICP?

The dimensions of the ceiling speaker 5600ICP are as follows:
Box Dimensions : 240mm diameter
Speaker : 6” diameter
Weight : 1.5Kg
For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=5600ICP
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Is it possible to monitor loads above 2400A with the Enercept Meter?

Veris Industries manufactures Multi-turn coils which make this application possible. Reference the below document which describes the process when using the Multi-turn coils.
vn19_CoilLoopsFor2400+Loads.pdf


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL205867 V1.0, Originally authored by MaTh on 07/27/2011, Last Edited by MaTh on 07/27/2011
Related ranges: Enercept

Why is my XW+ always drawing 200-300W from the grid?

Issue:
Conext XW+ inverter is always drawing 200-300W from the grid, even in grid support mode

Product Line:
Conext XW and XW+ hybrid inverter/chargers

Environment:
Any Conext XW or XW+ installation

Cause:
Feature not fully described in product documentation

Resolution:
When Sell is disabled, the XW+ pulls about 1A from the grid as a buffer to prevent accidental sell. 1A at 240V comes out to 240W, which may fluctuate a bit up and down over time.

Where can I find the GTI so that I can allow my TRACE SW to sell power back to the utility?

 TRACE GTI

Issue:

Setting a TRACE SW inverter to be able to sell power back to the grid

Resolution:

The GTI is an accessory for the Trace SW inverters that provide the unit with anti-islanding capability, and is designed for use with Trace SW models with 4.2 or newer software (DOM 2001). The GTI is required for the inverter to be able to be compliant with the NEC code of North America. The following link is a distributor that still offers this product. :

 

TRACE GTI:

 www.solarelectricsupply.com/Inverters/xantrex/gti.html

TRACE GTI Manual:

Does Schneider offer a soft start for a single phase motor?

Issue:
Soft start for a single phase motor?

Product Line:
ATS01

Environment:
All

Cause:
Needs a soft starter for a single phase motor. 

Resolution:
Yes, the ATS01N1**FT products are rated for single phase motors up to 2HP at 240V.

Can I convert a 460V ac drive to a 240V drive ?

Issue
Can I convert a 460V ac drive to a 240V drive ?

Product Line: 
Altivar

Environment:
 All

Cause:
Others

Resolution:
No, there are no options for converting a drive from 460V to 240V.

Video: How do I configure a 208v Smart-UPS RT or SRT for use with a 240v input?

Issue:
How do I configure a 208v Smart-UPS RT or SRT for use with a 240v input?

Product Line:
Smart-UPS Online (RT and SRT)

Environment:
All models, All Serial Numbers

Cause:
Smart-UPS RT and SRT units sold in North America are factory configured for 208v in/out.

Resolution:
The Smart UPS Online line has a very broad range of acceptable input voltages, and as such you do not need to do anything on the input side. By default the unit will accept the 240v input but continue to provide 208v output.

In order to avoid a sudden voltage shift in the event that the UPS goes to bypass it is recommended to configure the UPS output to match the UPS input.

For SURT Models:
This can be done via a Hyper terminal session, or more commonly using the Network Management Card interface. Before any changes can be made, you must first turn off the UPS. From within the Network Management Card web interface you would select the UPS tab. On the UPS tab we would select Configuration and then Power. Here we choose 240 VAC output and click Apply. The UPS will now output 240v. Note: Output voltage will not change if the UPS is left "on" while trying to make the change.

For SRT Models:
This can be done using the LCD screen on the UPS or via the Network Management Card interface. Before any changes can be made, you must first turn off the output of the UPS. From the LCD screen go to the "Configuration" menu, then select "Output Setting" to adjust. Note: "Output Setting" will not appear in the menu if the UPS output is left on. From the Network Management Card interface, follow the same directions as the SURT that are listed above.

Please note that this is an unbalanced output with no neutral provided. If you need 120 v for your equipment you will still need to use a stepdown transformer.

The Stepdown Transformer must allow for 240v input, such as the SURT003 or APTF10KT01.

The AP9626, AP9627, and AP9628 would not be appropriate as they are designed for 208v input only.

The following video demonstrates how to configure the output voltage of Smart-UPS Online SRT Series via the display:
 

What is the voltage and AIC rating on the Multi 9, C45 breakers?

Issue:
What is the voltage and AIC rating on the Multi 9, C45 breakers

Product Line:
Circuit Breakers

Environment:
Applies to C45 circuit breakers only

Cause:
Ratings for the C45 circuit breakers

Resolution:
For C45 circuit breakers, the 1 pole breaker is rated 5 kA @ 240V, and the 2, 3, 4 pole is rated 5 kA @ 415 V.

What type of batteries are compatible with Schneider Electric Battery Based Inverters?

Schneider Electric does not recommend specific battery manufacturers and models

The following types of batteries however are compatible with Schneider Electric battery based hybrid inverters

Conext SW - FLA (Flooded Lead Acid Batteries), GEL, AGM and Custom
Conext XW - Flooded (default), GEL, AGM and Custom
Conext XW+ - Flooded (default), GEL, AGM, LiON and Custom

Regarding LiON batteries it is recommended you contact Schneider Electric Technical Support. 

It is recommended to use high quality deep cycle batteries refer to solar.schneider-electric.com/faq and select FA229169

What is the replacement for 6601A, En Suite 2 x heat,light unit?

There is not direct replacement for 6601A. The closest alternate is 6600ADS which has a cut out of 325 (395)mm x 240mm (oblong).
Key features of 6600ADS are:
• Backdraught shutters prevent unwanted air draughts
• 2 x 275W radiant heat lamps with ceramic lamp holders
• 8W LED centre light for optimum brightness and efficiency
• High-performance exhaust fan with ball bearing motor
• Clipsal C2000 Series Wall Switch
• Double insulation
• Complies with Building Code of Australia
• Easy to clean
For further information, please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=6600ADS
 

What is the switch replacement mechanism to suit the 10A, 240V, socket outlet, WMC110?

The part number for the switch mechanism to suit the 10A, 240V, socket outlet is WSW116.
Some of its key features are:
  • 1 gang
  • One way
  • American style
  • Indirect mounting
  • Size: 93 mm Length X 35 mm Width X 32 mm Depth, 84 mm mounting centre
For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?CatNo=WSW116
 

                                                                                                                                                                                                           

What is the part number of a 250V neon indicator mechanism that can fit on C2000 series?

30N is a 250V, 30 series, neon indicator mechanism that can fit on C2000 series. It is available in  are Transparent, Green, Red, Amber and Blue colours. Other voltages are also available. Suitable for DC loads. Neons draw 250-275mW at 240V. Note: Inductive loads occasionally cause neons to glow in OFF position. To prevent this, place a 47kΩ, 0.5W 240V resistor across the terminals. Neutral and Active can be connected to either terminal.
For further information please visit
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=30N
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What are the Key Differences Between ISaGRAF 3.55 and SCADAPack Workbench for SCADAPack Standard CAM3

SCADAPack Workbench is the update to ISaGRAF 3.55 for SCADAPack Standard. Consideration should be taken for programming language changes along with importing ISaGRAF 3.55 projects. Below is a list of key differences for SCADAPack Standard (CAM3) only.

Functional Limitations Associated with this Workbench (6.3) Release

The following items outline limitations and restrictions associated with this release that should be understood by existing users already using the existing Workbench 3.x with target 3.x programs.

IEC 61131-3 Programming Language Support

The new SCADAPack Workbench (WB6) supports the most commonly used programming languages in the 61131-3 suite of languages. The fully supported languages below that may be imported and edited within the new Workbench include:

  • Ladder Diagrams (LD)
  • Function Block Diagrams (FBD)
  • Structured Text (ST)

The following languages are not supported for editing or modification within the new Workbench, however they may be imported from an existing target 3 *.hie project file and then compiled, downloaded, and monitored for debug purposes.

  • Instruction List (IL)
  • Sequential Function Chart (SFC)
  • Flow Chart (FC) - (this is an ISaGRAF specific language that is not part of the IEC 61131-3 standard)

Project Passwords

This feature previously available in Workbench 3.x is not supported in the initial release of the new workbench. If the Workbench 3.x project has been encrypted, each password must be removed from existing target 3.x project file prior to import into the new Workbench. If the project has not been encrypted, any passwords will simply be ignored on import, therefore the resulting project in the new Workbench will not include the passwords.

Upload (reading) of Existing Projects from SCADAPack Controllers

Projects cannot be read from controllers using the SCADAPack Workbench CAM3. Any existing projects must be imported into the new workbench from raw project files (*.hie files) created with Workbench 3.x. If connecting to a SCADApack in the field, the user MUST have a local copy of the solution.

Archived Files (.pia files) are not supported

Archived files are not supported, therefore any existing *.pia files must be restored so that the complete raw project file from Workbench 3.x is available to facilitate import into the new Workbench 6.3.

Import/Export of Function Blocks

The new SCADAPack Workbench does not support import/export of function blocks in the same manner as the legacy Workbench 3.x. In place of the import/export, the functions blocks may be copied from one project to another and you can use dependencies. See "Managing SCADApack Target 3 Libraries" in the SCADAPack technical help documentation for more information.

Printing

Support for printing has been updated in the SCADApack Workbench 6.4 release. See "Generate Documentation" in the ACP technical help documentaiton.

Online Programming

Although target 5 programs are supported with the new Workbench for SCADAPack E, the additional functionality associated with Target 5, such as online programming improvements and
nested function blocks, are not available on the SCADAPacks running target 3 programs. Workbench 6.3 supports only CAM3/Target 3 in the standard SCADAPack, and CAM5/Target 5 in the SCADAPack E. For clarification, a table is included below showing the CAM versions and runtime target support associated with each workbench.

Workbench Type/Version CAM3 Target 3
(Runtime)
CAM 5 Target 5
(Runtime)
SCADAPack IEC 61131-3 WB 6.3 Yes Yes No No
SCADAPack E IEC 61131-3 WB 6.3 No No Yes Yes
ISaGRAF WB 3.55 (Legacy) N/A Yes N/A N/A

Hardwiring to 120v, 208v, and 240v loads from a 208v/240v SmartUPS RT UPS


Issue:

Hardwiring to 120v, 208v, and 240v loads from a 208v/240v SmartUPS RT  UPS

Product Line: 

Smart-UPS RT

Environment:

All models with "T" in the suffix of the part number. (IE: SURT3000XLT, SURT8000RMXLT6U)
Note: This does *NOT* include SURTD5000RMXLP3U or SURTD6000RMXLP3U. These two models are split phase 4 wire (Hot/Hot/Neutral/Ground) units and do not require a stepdown transformer to support 120v loads.

Cause:

Smart-UPS RT units designed for 208v/240v environments have unbalanced 3 wire outputs and require a transformer to supply 120v loads.

Resolution:
  • The 208V/240V Smart-UPS RT is a single phase UPS with a 3 wire unbalanced output.
  • They require 2 hots and a ground on the input, and 2 hots and a ground on the output.
  • They do not use a neutral.
  • They require a stepdown transformer to power 120v loads and provide a Neutral

The output of the UPS is unbalanced, meaning that from hot to hot you will see 208 volts (or 240v if so configured), however it is not two balanced 120 volt legs as you would traditionally see from 208v/240v utility power. The two output legs are 180 degrees out of phase and from hot to hot they will measure 208v or 240v. All of these units default to 208v out and can be configured to 240v via the network management card or LCD interface.

Attempting to hardwire out to a 120V load without the use of a transformer will result in load drops and possible load damage!

In addition to a selection of smaller 5kva plug in step-down transformers, APC manufactures 3 larger hardwire step-downs in 10kva and 20kva capacities - APTF10KT01APTF10KW01, and the APTF20KW01
All three of these units create their output in a similar fashion. A neutral is created via a center tap on the transformer.

To supply a 120 v load, the transformer provides:

  • 2 120 volt legs that are 180 degrees out of phase
  • Ground
  • Neutral

This creates a traditional 240 v/120 v panel where there are 2 legs of 120 v and from hot to hot you would measure 240 volts.

To supply a 208 v load, the transformer provides:

  • 120 v Hot Leg
  • 88 v Hot Leg (180 degrees out of phase from the 120 v leg)
  • Ground

In this configuration you would measure 208 volts from Hot to Hot.

For detailed wiring directions, diagrams, and specifications, please consult the users manual for your step-down transformer.

Using both of these configurations you can support both 208v and 120v loads, however you are not able to output to a traditional 208v / 120v panel where there are 2 120v legs that are 120 degrees out of phase. If a 208v / 120v output panel is required you must use one of our split phase solutions. We offer 2 split phase RT units (SURTD5000RMXLP3U and SURTD6000RMXLP3U) as well as the entire Symmetra LX line. A split phase UPS will require a 4 wire input and will output 2 balanced 120 v legs, a ground, and a neutral. The split phase RT units will require the SURT018 hardwire kit to be used in a hardwired application.

Can an adjustable trip circuit breaker be used to protect conductors rated at less than the maximum setting of the circuit breaker?

Issue:
Using an adjustable-trip breaker at less than its maximum setting

Product Line:
Circuit Breakers

Environment:
Powerpact and Masterpact Circuit Breakers with Micrologic Trip Units

Resolution:
Yes, a circuit breaker can be applied at less than its maximum rating if the amp rating is adjusted to a level needed to protect the wire, and if access to the adjusting means is appropriately restricted. For Micrologic Trip Units, restricted access is accomplished by installing the MICROTUSEAL Trip Unit Seal onto the cover over the adjusting dials (see picture below). This complies with NEC240.6(C), which states " ``A circuit breaker that has restricted access to the adjusting means shall be permitted to have an ampere rating(s) that is equal to the adjusted current setting (long-time pickup setting). Restricted access shall be defined as t located behind one of the following:
1. Removable and sealable covers over the adjusting means
2. Bolted equipment enclosure doors
3. Locked doors accessible only to qualified personnel



 

How to Use Local Time in SCADAPack E RTU Logic Applications

Overview

The SCADAPack E RTU can operate using UTC or Standard Time in the RTU Real Time Clock. When using the DNP3 protocol, UTC time is the recommended industry practice. When using UTC time, some logic applications may require local time and/or daylight savings time. The SCADAPack E RTU has the ability to display local time and control if daylight savings time needs to be applied

SCADAPack E Configuration

UTC & Standard Time

When UTC Time is set in the SCADAPack E RTU real time clock, the Time Offset from UTC system point (float system point 63201) should be set appropriately (as per the installation of the RTU). Where Standard Time is set in the RTU real time clock, the Time Offset from UTC should be set to zero.

The Time Offsett from UTC system point 63201 can be found on the General -> Controller Settings property page of SCADAPack E Configurator.

Summer Time

If summer time activities are required, it is not necessary to adjust the RTU Real Time Clock. Rather, the Time Zone Modifier system point (binary system point 50302) can be activated. This system point is also known as Apply Daylight Savings point. Setting this point is the responsibility of the SCADA Master or a combination of information from the SCADA Master and a user-created logic program.

The Time Zone Modifier selects summer time on the RTU when the binary system point is active. The RTU immediately adjusts for summer time upon receiving a control message from the SCADA Master to set the point.

When Summer Time is selected, certain RTU facilities receive local information from the RTU based on Standard Time + 1.0 Hours. When summer time is not selected, these facilities receive standard time.

Example


In the example below the RTU is located in Ottawa, Canada. The date is September 30th, 2015 UTC time is 8:14pm. Daylight Savings time is enforced, thus binary point 50302 is enabled from the SCADA Host. The Configuration is set to have a UTC time offset of -5. The TIMEDATE block in SCADAPack Workbench CAM5 will return the local time values. DNP3 events are still generated using UTC time, the SCADA host is configured for UTC time, yet logic can execute using local time. The adjustment of daylight savings time is facilitated using binary output point 50302 twice a year.


Time Presentation


Except where noted below, RTU facilities use UTC or Standard time (e.g. RTU Real Time Clock, Trends, and DNP3 Time-stamps).

Summer Time (Daylight Savings) corrected time only affects RTU sub-systems that use Local Time. The following table indicates which SCADAPack E RTU facilities use Local times (UTC offset and Daylight Savings / Summer time adjusted) or UTC / Standard (Summer time independent) times.

RTU Facilities Using UTC or STANDARD Time
(Independent of Summer Time
RTU Facilities Using LOCAL Time
(Adjusted for UTC offset and Daylight Savings Time)
RTU Real Time Clock Profiler Task
Trend sample time-stamps ISaGRAF TIMEDATE Function Block
DNP3, IEC60870-5 protocol event time-stamps ISaGRAF LOC_TIME Function Block
ISaGRAF OS_TIME Function ISaGRAF DAY_TIME Function
Times shown in RTU diagnostics  

More Examples

Example 1 – SCADAPack E RTU clock set to UTC time, Daylight Savings not applied
UTC Time = 11:15:10.5
Time Offset to UTC = 10.0 hours
Apply Daylight Savings = NO
· Trend samples, DNP3 events, RTU diagnostics indicate 11:15:10.5
· ISaGRAF OS_TIME returns seconds since Jan 1, 1970 UTC
· Profiler control time = 21:15:10.5
· ISaGRAF LOC_TIME & TIMEDATE function block indicates 21:15:10
· ISaGRAF DAY_TIME function indicates 21:15:10
Example 2 – SCADAPack E RTU clock set to UTC time, Daylight Savings applied
UTC Time = 11:15:10.5
Time Offset to UTC = 10.0 hours
Apply Daylight Savings = YES
· Trend samples, DNP3 events, RTU diagnostics indicate 11:15:10.5
· ISaGRAF OS_TIME function returns seconds since Jan 1, 1970 UTC
· Profiler control time = 22:15:10.5
· ISaGRAF LOC_TIME & TIMEDATE function block indicates 22:15:10
· ISaGRAF DAY_TIME function indicates 22:15:10
Example 3 – SCADAPack E RTU clock set to Standard time, Daylight Savings not applied
RTU Time = 11:15:10.5
Time Offset to UTC = 0.0 hours
Apply Daylight Savings = NO
· Trend samples, DNP3 events, RTU diagnostics indicate 11:15:10.5
· ISaGRAF OS_TIME returns seconds to 11:15:10 since Jan 1, 1970 standard time
· Profiler control time = 11:15:10.5
· ISaGRAF LOC_TIME & TIMEDATE function block indicates 11:15:10
· ISaGRAF DAY_TIME function indicates 11:15:10
Example 4 – SCADAPack E RTU clock set to Standard time, Daylight Savings applied
RTU Time = 11:15:10.5
Time Offset to UTC = 0.0 hours
Apply Daylight Savings = YES
· Trend samples, DNP3 events, RTU diagnostics indicate 11:15:10.5
· ISaGRAF OS_TIME returns seconds to 11:15:10 since Jan 1, 1970 standard time
· Profiler control time = 12:15:10.5
· ISaGRAF LOC_TIME & TIMEDATE function block indicates 12:15:10
· ISaGRAF DAY_TIME function indicates 12:15:10

More Details

To read more about UTC Time vs. Standard time in SCADAPack E, please consult the Reference Manual which may be selected from the Help menu of the E Configurator.

 

Why do both LED lights flash when connected in seies on the Saturn PBL (push button LED) circuit?

Both LEDs flash due to them being in series, they are fighting for 240V. To stop the LEDs from flashing use a 31LCDA load correction device to bypass the main LED light.
The load correction device should be terminated accrossed the switched active and neutral most commonly done at the light.
The load correction device is rated to 450W.

For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=31LCDA
 



 

What are the voltage, temperature and altitude tolerances for the Altivar 32/320 drive?

Issue:
Customer wants to know the temperature and altitude limitations for the ATV32/ATV320 drive. 

Product line:
ATV32, Altivar 32, ATV320, Altivar 320

Environment:
All

Cause:
n/a

Resolution:
The voltage range for the M2 drives (200-240V) is 200V, minus 15% to 240V, plus 10%.
The voltage range for the N4 drives (380-480V) is 380V, minus 15% to 480V, plus 15%.

The temperature rating for all models is +14F to +122F (-10C to +50C), without derating (as long as the switching frequency is 4 kHz or less). 

Optional derating is available from +122F to +140F (50C to 60C).  Consult the Installation manual for de-rating curves based on the temperature and switching frequency.

The maximum altitude the Altivar 32 can be installed without de-rating is up to 3300 feet (1000 meters).  De-rate the drive nominal current by each additional 330 feet (100m) up to a maximum ceiling of 10,000 feet (3000m). 

3090SCCT Frequently Asked Questions

Product Line
3090SCCT

Environment
Current Transformer

Resolution
What is the minimum load require for accurate readings?
A load of 10% of the max load is required in order to saturate the CT.

For example, a 3090SCCT124 with a 1200A maximum requires a 120A load to be accurate.

Note:Technical support will not troubleshoot loads below 10%.

Is there a 3090SCCT smaller than 200:5?
No. If more accuracy is required please see FA212449 for Solid Core CTs.

Which wire is the positive and negative for the 3090SCCT?
X1, S1, or H1 is the positive wire.
X2, S2, or H2 is the negative wire.

Schneider Electric model SCCT current transformers identify the X1 wire as WHITE and the X2 wire as BLACK.


See FA212245 for all of the wiring standards of the 3090SCCT.

Where can the 3090SCCT cut sheet be found?
The cut sheet for 3090SCCT can be found in FA212730.

Can the leads be extend on the 3090SCCT?
Yes. Please see FA212841.

Are 3090SCCTs sold individually or in sets?
Individually. 

Are the 3090SCCT series current transformers rated for outdoor use?
No. Please see FA212946.

What is the part number for the 3090SCCT?
Part Number Description
3090SCCT022 SPLIT-CORE CT, 200A, 1.25" X 1.51" ID
3090SCCT032 SPLIT-CORE CT, 300A, 1.25" X 1.51" ID
3090SCCT043 SPLIT-CORE CT, 400A, 2.45" X 2.89" ID
3090SCCT063 SPLIT-CORE CT, 600A, 2.45" X 2.89" ID
3090SCCT083 SPLIT-CORE CT, 800A, 2.45" X 2.89"ID
3090SCCT084 SPLIT-CORE CT, 800A, 2.45" X 5.50" ID
3090SCCT124 SPLIT-CORE CT, 1200A, 2.45" X 5.50" ID
3090SCCT164 SPLIT-CORE CT, 1600A, 2.45" X 5.50" ID
3090SCCT204 SPLIT-CORE CT, 2000A, 2.45" X 5.50" ID
3090SCCT244 SPLIT-CORE CT, 2400A, 2.45"X5.50" ID

Notes:
  1. For split-core CTs rated for 2400A to 6000A, please refer to FA359622
  2. For quotes, please contact inside sales at 615-538-3845.

No power out from some outlets on a Smart-UPS


Issue:

No power out from some outlets on a Smart-UPS

Product Line:

Smart-UPS

Environment:

All models, All Serial Numbers

Cause:

This condition can be caused by tripped breakers, defective backplates, configuration issues, or a combination of the three.

Resolution:

First, check the output breakers on the back plate of the UPS.  If an attached device draws too much current the output breaker for that outlet(s) will trip as a safety measure. The breakers on the back of the unit are generally of the pop-up variety, and will stick out approximately 1/2"" when tripped. Press the breaker plunger to reset. Please note that pressing in on an un-tripped breaker may cause a momentary loss of output power.

If all breakers are un-tripped and your UPS features a user replaceable backplate, verify that there are no loose or disconnected wires on the backplate. For a tutorial on how to remove and replace the backplate on a Smart-UPS, please refer to FA156589.

SMT, SMX, and SRT Series:

SMT, SMX, and SRT series Smart-UPS support switchable outlet groups that can be controlled via software or via the front panel LCD. In addition to checking the output circuit breakers, you would want to ensure that the outlet group(s) is turned on. From the ""Control""  menu on the UPS, you would scroll to each outlet group and choose ""TurnON - No Delay"". This will restore power to the outlets in that group. If the outlets are already ON, ""TurnON - No Delay"" will not be an option in the menu.

 

For additional information on the functionality of switched outlet groups on SMT/SMX units, please review APC Application Note #177 "Software Interface for Switched Outlets and UPS Management in Smart-UPS"

 

 

Why can't I connect to my APC Network Management Card or embedded Network Management Card using a serial connection?


Issue

Unable to connect to a Network Management Card or Network Management Card enabled device via a serial connection.


Product Line


Web/SNMP Card - AP9606
Devices with an embedded Web/SNMP Card include (but are not limited to): Environmental Monitoring Unit 1 (AP9312TH)

Network Management Card 1 (NMC1) - 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 (NMC2) - AP9630/AP9631CH, AP9631/AP9631CH, AP9635/AP9635CH
Devices with an embedded Network Management Card 2 include (but are not limited to): 2G Metered/Switched Rack PDUs (AP84XX, AP86XX, AP88XX, AP89XX), Rack Automatic Transfer Switches (AP44XX), Certain Audio/Video Network Management Enabled products, Smart-UPS Online (SRT).

Environment

• All firmware versions
• All serial numbers


Cause

Several issues can cause a problem with a terminal session over a serial connection. See below for some troubleshooting tips.


Resolution
  1. Check the physicals – Ensure you are using the correct cable. There are several different communication cables APC manufactures. Check your unit’s user manual for the correct part number, which should also be printed on the cable itself. If you have another cable, try it. You can also confirm the cable works if you have another unit to try it in.
  1. Ensure you are using the correct COM port - Some servers have many com ports. Ensure you are using the communication port mapped to the serial port.
  1. Ensure you are connecting at the correct settings - APC units can communicate at 2400, 9600, 19200, 38400, and 57600 bps. Please reference the product’s user manual for the default settings. You can also try connecting at each rate. Please keep in mind that the baud rate CAN BE CHANGED by the user, a change to the configuration file, or a managing device like ISX Manager or StruxureWare Central.

    APC units can be forced to a baud rate at the username and password prompt. If you are having an issue connecting, try setting the baud rate to a different value:

    Username: <username>
    Password: <password><space>-<baud rate>

    This example will set the baud rate to 2400 bps, using the default username and password:

    Username: apc
    Password: apc -2400

    The unit will inform you of the baud rate change. If it does NOT, you might have the incorrect username and password. In which case, reference knowledgebase number FA156075.
     
  2. If applicable, check to ensure your USB to Serial Adapter is working properly - Many of these devices require a driver to work properly. Check to make sure this device is recognized correctly by your operating system.

Can I use a 230v Smart-UPS in a 277v environment?

Issue:

Use of Smart-UPS products in 277v environments

Product Line:

Smart-UPS

Environment:

All Line Interactive 230v models, All Serial Numbers

Cause:

Product Information

Resolution:

Line Interactive Smart-UPS (SU, SUA, SMT, SMX) products with an "I" in the suffix of the part number are designed for a nominal 230v input. (Ex: SMT1500I, SUA3000XLI, etc). Some units can also be configured for optional nominal input voltages of 220v and 240v. Although transfer points can be widened to allow the unit to function online with even higher input voltages, the unit is not designed for this and will ultimately run into issues.

Problems in this type of configuration include:

  • Short runtime due to repeatedly switching to battery operation
  • Unintentional load drops due to discharged batteries
  • Shortened battery life due to frequent discharges
  • UPS Not turning back on after a power outage due to high input voltage
  • Increased wear and tear on the UPS hardware by continuous mode switching

Using a 230v "I" unit in a 277v environment is not supported or recommended.

The web page for each product will list a nominal input voltage, and if any other input voltages are acceptable they will be listed as "Other Input Voltages".  We do not currently offer a Smart-UPS product for use in 277v environments.

The specification for "Input voltage adjustable range for mains operation" on our product pages is the full range of operation. This includes the use of Boost and Trim with the UPS voltage transfer points configured to their widest setting. This full range may be encountered on occasion during power events and is not meant to indicate normal online operation of the UPS. Smart-UPS products are designed for use in environments supported by their Nominal Input Voltage or any listed "Other Input Voltages" only.

 

Use of 208v Smart-UPS products in 240v environments


Issue:

Use of 208v Smart-UPS products in 240v environments

Product Line:

Smart-UPS

Environment:

All Line Interactive 208v models, All Serial Numbers

Cause:

Product Information

Resolution:

Line Interactive Smart-UPS (SU, SUA, SMT) products with a ""T"" in the suffix of the part number are designed for a nominal 208v input. (Ex: SU5000T, SUA3000XLT, etc). Although transfer points can be widened to allow the unit to function online with a higher input voltage, the unit is not designed for this and will ultimately run into issues.

Problems in this type of configuration include:

  • Short runtime due to repeatedly switching to battery operation
  • Unintentional load drops due to discharged batteries
  • Shortened battery life due to frequent discharges
  • UPS Not turning back on after a power outage due to high input voltage
  • Increased wear and tear on the UPS hardware by continuous mode switching

Using a 208v ""T"" unit in a 220/230/240v environment is not supported or recommended.

The web page for each product will list a nominal input voltage, and if any other input voltages are acceptable they will be listed as ""Other Input Voltages"". 

There are several other Smart-UPS products that will function in a 220/230/240v environment without issue:

SURT and SURTD Units (Ex: SURTD3000XLT, SURT6000XLT, etc) - These models use a Double Conversion Online Topology that allows them to have a very wide range of  input voltages without the use of boost/trim transformers. The only change needed is to set the output voltage of the UPS to match the nominal input voltage to ensure proper output when operating in bypass mode. Output voltage can be set via a network management card or Powerchute Business Edition.

SMX ""HV"" Units (Ex: SMX2200RMHV2U, SMX3000RMHV2U, etc) - These are our next generation Line Interactive models. These models use a high frequency design that allows them to boost and trim voltage without the use of a physical transformer. Because of this they can input or output 208, 220, 230, or 240v and are perfect for customers wanting to deploy a single model worldwide.

 

Bypass settings of Single Phase Symmetra UPS systems

Issue:
What are the different bypass settings of a single phase Symmetra UPS?

Product Line:
Symmetra Power Array
Symmetra RM
Symmetra LX

Environment:
All serial ranges

Cause:
These Symmetra UPS systems are designed to operate off of a nominal input voltage of 208V or 240V. However, these UPS systems can operate in the on-line mode of operation over a wide input voltage range, 155-276V. When the input voltage is within this range the power modules are capable of producing a steady output voltage. When the input voltage exceeds either of these thresholds the UPS will operate in the on-battery mode of operation until the utility voltage is corrected.

When the UPS is overloaded, or there is a fault that prevents the Power Modules from powering the load normally, the UPS will consider powering the load via Bypass. The selectivity of this bypass operating range depends upon the Bypass setting of the PowerView display.

Resolution:
The Bypass setting can be accessed via the PowerView under the Settings menu. This setting will dictate how the UPS will react to UPS failure. Should the UPS encounter a failure where it can no longer support the equipment the UPS can react in 1 of 2 ways:


1) Go to bypass
2) Drop load

When the UPS is set to Go to Bypass the bypass operating range is -20% to +10% of the phase-phase output voltage. When the UPS is set to Drop Load the bypass operating range is -12% to +6% of the phase-phase output voltage.  No matter which setting is chosen, if the input voltage is outside of the specified range the UPS will turn off power to the load rather than subjecting it to undesirable voltage levels.

When commanded into bypass via the PowerView or an accessory only, is more selective. If the input AC voltage is outside the range -12% to +6% relative to the input voltage selector setting, or the output frequency is not synchronized to the input, the UPS will not allow itself to be commanded to bypass if it is currently operating on-line.  When commanding the UPS into bypass via an accessory, the bypass setting mentioned above is NOT used.

Keep in mind that, when absolutely necessary, the UPS can still be forced into maintenance bypass via the breaker on the UPS. If the UPS does not allow itself to be commanded into bypass via the PowerView or any other accessory, damage to connected sensitive loads may result by forcing bypass via the maintenance bypass switch.

 

Where can I get support for APC and MGE Products?

For support on APC and MGE products please visit:  https://www.apc.com/support/

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