coupling cond pvc 150mm p/p

Conduit Coupling, Plain, PVC, 150mm

Catalogue Number: 242P150
coupling cond pvc 150mm p/p
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 242
Material
PVC (polyvinyl chloride)
Product destination
diameter: 150-150 mm tube
Length
367-367 mm
Standards
AS/NZS 2053
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)

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Are there Certificates of Conformity for the 247P100 and 262P100?

No. Unfortunately, there are not.

Is part number 242/50 suitable for underground?

Yes. Part number 242/50 is suitable for underground.

What is the radius of part no 247PH100

Bend Radius for 247PH100 is 715mm

What is the length of the bell mouth 288/150


 The length is 290mm long.
please see following website for catalogue information as well as Technical specifications
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=288/150

What can cause the InF fault in the Altivar 31 and Altivar 312 drives?

Issue:
What can cause the InF fault in the Altivar 31 and ATV312 drives?

Product Line:
Altivar 31 and ATV312 drives

Environment:
All 

Cause:
Internal fault 

Resolution:
InF indicates an internal fault.  
It can occur if there are loose connections inside the drive or if the drive is subjected to electromagnetic interference.  Check the line voltage to the drive.
Also, check the voltages on the control terminals, +10 to COM and 24V to COM.  It has been observed that improper wiring of the inputs or external potentiometer can overload the internal power supplies of the drive. This may result in InF fault.
Incorrect connections on the RJ45 ModBus/CANopen port can also cause this.  Verify wiring, particularly to pin 7 (10VDC supply for external keypad).



 

What material is the XVBC02 & XVBC11 made of?

Issue:
What material is the XVBC02 & XVBC11 made of?

Product Line:
Harmony Pushbuttons

Environment:
All Products

Cause:
Product Features

Resolution:
The XVBC02 is stainless steel (matte black finish). The XVBC11 tulip is a Zinc alloy (black matte finish).


CTA-ID : 2023180

What is the part number for the lugs for a NSF250N?

Product Line:
Circuit Breakers
NSF

Environment:
Electrical Distribution Equipment

Resolution:
Part number is 37488 for 200-250 amps lugs. 3 lugs per kit. Terminal cover included.


 

What is the timing range for RE7M*, RE7T*, RE7P* and RE7R?

Issue:
What is the timing range for RE7M*,  RE7T*,  RE7P*  and RE7R?

Product Line:
Relays and Timers

Environment:
All Products

Cause:
Product Features

Resolution:
The timing is adjustable from 0.05 seconds to 300 hours in 10 ranges.


 

Are the color inserts available in 30mm 9001KR and 9001SKR pushbuttons?

Issue:
What is the part number for the 9001KR1U  color inserts?

Product Line:
Harmony Pushbuttons

Environment:
9001 K, 9001SK, KR1, KR2, KR3, SKR1, SKR2, SKR3, KR11, KR12, SKR11, SKR12, KRD, T, TRD

Resolution:
Universal Color 9001T8U
Black 9001T8BK
Blue  9001T8BE
Gray 9001T8GY
Green 9001T8GN
Orange  9001T8OE
Red  9001T8RD
White  9001T8WK
Yellow 9001T8YW

What is meant by common trip as it relates to a 2 or 3 pole breaker?

Issue:
Does a handle switch trip both breakers?
 
Product Line:
Miniature Circuit Breaker
 
Environment:
QO Circuit Breaker
 
Resolution:
This means the 2 or 3 poles are linked internally and if any pole trips, they all open together
Single pole breakers linked externally with a handle tie are not common trip. One breaker (pole) tripping does not trip the others.

Where are the EDS files for the ATV58 Devicenet communication card?

Issue:
Where are the EDS files for the ATV58 Devicenet option card.

Product Line:
Altivar ATV58 with Devicenet option card

Environment:
Product versions 5.X and 3.X only

Cause:
EDS files for the Devicenet option card for the ATV58 drives.

Resolution:
You will need to find the product version of the drive before you install your EDS file.   Remove the keypad from the VFD and you will see a white sticker with a product version on it.
I have attached ATV58 EDS files for product version 3.X and 5.X

CTA-ID : 2027180

How do I assign Reference Switching to a Logic input in the ATV28?

Issue:   How do I assign Reference Switching to a Logic input in the ATV28?
 
Product Line:   ATV28
 
Environment:  All
 
Cause:   N/A
 
Resolution:   
From factory I/O settings it will be necessary to set the LI4 then LI3 inputs to some setting that is compatible with Reference Switching. Preset speeds are incompatible with Reference Switching. LI4 must be changed before LI3. If not using LI3 or LI4 set them to NO.

In the I-O menu change the desired logic input to rFC. It will be in Auto and use AI2 or AIC for speed reference when the contact is open. The drive will be in Hand mode and use AI1 for speed signal when there is 24 VDC on the rFC input.


 

How do I hardwire 10kva and 20kva transformers in a 208/120 or 240/120 environment

Issue:
Implementing a hardwire stepdown transformer in a 208v or 240v environment


Product Line:

Smart-UPS / Symmetra

Environment:

APTF10KT01, APTF10KW01, and APTF20KW01, All Serial Numbers

Cause:

Unbalanced UPS outputs require a stepdown transformer to power 120v loads


Resolution:

This document refers to installing  the APTF10KT01, APTF10KW01, and APTF20KW01 transformers in a North American 120/240 or 120/208 environment. For installations in other regions please consult the users manual.

The wiring block outputs are as follows:


For domestic use, make sure that the Terminal Block Jumper is installed between the Ground Terminal and Terminal 8 on the output wiring block, as illustrated on page 8 of the user manual. Please also make sure that the input voltage switch is in the correct position.

The step-down transformer provides 240/120 output as 2 120v hots, a neutral, and a ground. It provides 208v output as a 120v hot, an 88v hot, and a ground. The 120v hot (terminal  7) and the 88v hot (terminal 9) are 180 degrees out of phase. You will measure 208v from terminals 7 to 9. The step-down transformer is not able to provide 2 120v hots that are 120 degrees out of phase as you would see with utility power.



 Note: If your installation requires both 208v and 120v output power you will need 2 separate subpanels: a 240v/120v panel and a dedicated 208v subpanel.

GV2P disconnect options

Issue:
What is the product number for a complete through-the-door disconnect device for a GV2P

Product Line:
GV2P Manual Starters and Protectors

Environment:
US product

Cause:
Digest 176 is unclear as to what is a complete mechanism with shaft and handle

Resolution:
There are three devices which include mechanism, shaft and handle:
GV2APN01 has a NEMA 1, 12 rating and is black
GV2APN02 has a NEMA 1, 12 rating and is red/yellow
GV2APN04 has a NEMA 3R, 4, 4X rating and is red/yellow

What is the difference between the 9001K20 and the 9001K21?

Issue:
What single potentiometer operator with single pot should be used with 10 ohms?

Product Line:
Harmony Push Buttons

Environment:
All products

Cause:
Product Features

Resolution:
The 9001 K20 is the operator only without the single pot. The 9001 K21 is the operator with the single pot.

What are the coil voltage codes for the LC1D115 / LC2D115 and LC1D150 / LC2D150 TeSys contactor?

Product Line:
 
Tesys D line Contactors
 
Resolution:
 
The following list the more common voltage suffix codes for these product lines.  For a more comprehensive list and to determine compatibility with a given product, refer to the catalog below.

Note 1: LC1D150 contactors are only available with *7 coil codes.
Note 2: Coil Code ending number represents frequency rating as follows:
5 = 50 Hertz
6 = 60 Hertz
7 = 50/60 Hertz

AC Volts ___Code                DC Volts ___Code
24 ___ B5 or B6 or B7          12 ___ Not Avail.        
42 ___ D5 or D7                   24 ___ BD
48 ___ E5 or E6 or E7          36 ___ CD
110 ___ F5 or F6 or F7         48 ___ ED
115 ___ FE5 or FE7             60 ___ ND
120 ___ G6 or G7                72 ___ SD
127 ___ FC5 or FC7            110 ___ FD
208 ___ L6 or LE7               125 ___ GD
220 ___ M5 or M6 or M7       220 ___ MD
230 ___ P5 or P7                 250 ___ UD
240 ___ U5 or U6 or U7        440 ___ RD
277 ___ W6 or UE7                
380 ___ Q5 or Q6 or Q7                
400 ___ V5 or V7                
415 ___ N5 or N7                
440 ___ R5 or R6 or R7                
480 ___ T6 or T7                
500 ___ S5 or S7                


 

How to download Schneider Electric CAD files?

> If you know the product part number, type it into the website search bar at the top of the page and click through to the product datasheet page. You can now skip to step 6...

> If you don't know the product part number, you can navigate to the product page like this...
1) Visit the Schneider Electric Website: se.com/au
2) Click the 'Products' TAB in the main menu.
3) Click 'Circuit Breakers & Switches' (or any other category).

4) Click 'Compact NSXm' (or any other product range).

5) Click 'LV426100' (or any other product part number).

6) You should now see all technical information about the specific product part number.
(You should be on a page like this: www.schneider-electric.com.au/en/product/LV42600/ )
7) Click the 'CAD file' button.

8) A pop-up window will appear. Select the preferred CAD file format from the right.

9) Click the 'Download' button

10) You will need to log into your Traceparts online account (or 'Sign up' for a free account).
11) Wait around 10 to 20 Seconds for Traceparts to create a ZIP file for you.
12) Click 'Download' to start the download process.
13) Open the ZIP file to extract the CAD files you need.

What is the part number for the spacer used with the LC*D09 through LC*D32 Contactor and the GV2AF3 combination block when the GV2 Motor Circuit Protector is mounted on din rail and the contactor hangs below it?

Issue:
Identifying the spacer part number for use with a LC*D, GV2AF3, and GV2 device combination

Product Line:
Digest 177 Section 18 : Contactors and Starters IEC

Environment:
Products sold and used in the United States

Cause:
Spacer required

Resolution:
Compensation plate catalog number GV1F03, requires 2 pieces snap together.
 

Can the single pole LA1DN and LADN auxiliary contact module be mounted on the TeSys contactors?

ISSUE
Can the single pole LA1DN and LADN auxiliary contact module be mounted on the TeSys contactors?
PRODUCT LINE
Auxiliary contacts for the Tesys D line
ENVIRONMENT
Tesys D-Line and Tesys F
CAUSE
Fit
RESOLUTION
These contacts will only fit on the following contactors:
Front mount only for LC1D40 through LC1D115 devices and LC1D40A - LC1D65A.
Left side mount only to LC1F contactors
CTA-ID : 2002751

Are the D-Line contactors rated to break DC voltages?

Issue: 
Can the TeSys D line be used to control DC loads? 

Product Line:
Tesys D contactors

Environment:
Products sold and used in the United States
 
Cause:
 DC power circuit
 
Resolution:
 
Yes, 75 VDC (125 VDC for D115 & D150) per pole which means that through a four pole device breaking 300 VDC is possible by wiring all four power poles in series. However, be aware that the device current ratings will differ according to the number of poles in series and the type of application.

Devices are suitable but not UL Listed for DC applications.

More information on their DC ratings can be found in the current TeSys Motor Control and Protection Compentns catalog: https://www.schneider-electric.us/en/download/document/MKTED210011EN/


 

What are the stand alone short circuit current ratings on the LC1D** contactors?

Issue:
Tesys D SCCR

Product Line:
Contactors and Overload Relays

Environment:
TeSys™ D Contactors and Overload Relays
 
Resolution:
The contactors have a stand alone withstand rating that has been established by UL and is based on the maximum horsepower rating for a given device. However, only combination type starters are supplied with short circuit protective devices having a short circuit current rating.

They are as follows:
Horsepower SCCR (A)

0 thru 1 1,000
1 thru 50 5,000
51 thru 200 10,000
201 thru 400 18,000
401 thru 600 30,000
601 thru 900 42,000
901 thru 1600 85,000
1601+ 100,000

PME 8.x - "There was a problem processing your request." when trying to open a Data Log Viewer in Web Diagrams

Issue
A customer is attempting to open a Data Log Viewer through the Diagrams section of Web Applications.


Product Line
Power Monitoring Expert 8.x

Environment
Web Applications - Diagrams

Cause
If the customer is using Internet Explorer as the web browser, it can default to no selected language in the request header of the web page. This will happen if the  HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\International registry key has a 'AcceptLanguage' value associated with it, and the data for that value is NULL.
If the 'AcceptLanguage' value does not exist at all, Diagrams will use the OS language, however if that value does exist, and it is empty, then Diagrams crashes. 

Resolution
Configure the language settings within Internet Explorer.
Select Tools > Internet Options



Click 'Languages'. Within the Language Preference window, click 'Set Language Preferences'.



Select the default language configuration and apply the changes within Internet Options.
Close the browser and reopen to confirm the issue is resolved.



The above changes can also be made with edits to the registry as outlined below

*Warning: This article contains information about editing the registry. Improper changes to the registry can permanently damage the operating system. Always backup the registry before making any changes.* 

1) Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\International registry key to check if key exist and the value of data.


2) Insert correct data  - e.g. en-US, en; q=0.5 

 

What is the breakdown of components for 9001KYK117?

Issue:
What is the breakdown of components for 9001KYK117?  

Product Line:
Harmony Push Buttons

Environment:
Harmony Control Stations

Cause:
Product Features

Resolution:
9001KYK117 components are:
1-9001KY1S1 (red enclosure)
1-9001K15 (break glass operator)
1-9001KA1 (1 open and 1 closed contact)
1-9001KN799RP (legend plate)

Replacement glass discs are 9001K57 (package of five)
 

PowerSCADA Expert 8.2 Update 5 - Release Notes

Issue
What is new in PSE8.2 and a detailed listing of resolved problems and minor enhancements.

Product Line
PowerSCADA Expert 8.2 (PSE8.2)

Environment
Installer
 
Cause
A new PSE8.2 cumulative update release.

Resolution
PowerSCADA Expert 8.2 Update 5 - Release Notes
Release Notification (Updated 25 April 2018)

This is a detailed listing of resolved issues and minor enhancements in this release.

 


 

Prerequisite

You must have PowerSCADA 8.2 installed prior to installing this update. No previous updates are required.

Cybersecurity Announcement

Floating License Manager v2.1 addresses vulnerabilities in the Flexera FlexNet Publisher component detailed in CVE-2016-10395, CVE-2017-5571 and CVE-2016-2177. Uninstall the current version of the Floating License Manager, and then install version 2.1.
NOTE: The Floating License Manager v2.1 installer is included with this hotfix release but is not a part of the hotfix installer. Unzip "Floating License Manager v2.1.zip" and run "setup.exe".

Important Notice: There is a known issue with the Floating License Manager v2.1.0.0 installer. When installing with a logged-in Windows User name containing a space, the install will not succeed. The workaround is to install the Floating License Manager with a user that does not include a space character in their name.

Bug Fixes and Enhancements

TFS 21482 - AlarmEvents with a state of normal returned in GetAlarmEvents response for EWS

GetAlarmEvents was changed to not return alarms in the normal state.

TFS 21483 - Incorrect timestamp information provided for AlarmEvents not in the Active state

Alarm timestamps are now updated to reflect the true timestamp of occurrence for all state changes (active, drop out, acknowledge).

TFS 21484 - Unable to filter AlarmEvents by Type using EWS

Alarms are now filtered based on type. 

TFS 21485 - Unable to successfully acknowledge alarms using EWS

In some situations, EWS would not acknowledge alarms correctly.  This behavior has been fixed.

TFS 21486 - Unable to filter alarms using the PriorityTo and PriorityFrom fields

EWS did not observe the priority field correctly. This has been addressed and the minimum allowable priority has been set to 1 (to exclude non-alarm objects in the PowerSCADA alarm database).

TFS 21557 - PowerSCADA projects - including the starter project, PLS_Include, and PLS_Example - need to be upgraded to support the new DBF schemas

PowerSCADA projects have been upgraded to the latest DBF schemas.  If there are existing projects created from the starter project, set [CtEdit] Upgrade = 1 in the Citect.ini file using the Setup Editor, and then restart PowerSCADA Studio.

TFS 21564 - Alarm Proxy does not show the analog alarm states

Alarm Proxy now reports the analog alarm states (HIGH HIGH, HIGH, LOW, LOW LOW) instead of ON / OFF.

TFS 21566 - If a CSV file that does not exist is selected in the I/O Device Manager, the application throws a runtime exception

 

A message is displayed indicating that the file does not exist.

 

TFS 21569 - On large systems with 200k configured alarms, the GetAlarmDefinitions call in Alarm Proxy is slow and causes ENM to timeout

Performance issue in alarm proxy has been resolved.

TFS 21649 - When CoreServiceHost adds and removes devices, it may lose the original IDs

CoreServiceHost now keeps a device chronicle.  When the device is removed and then later added, the ID will remain the same.

TFS 21913 - If the equipment name is changed in the system, but the I/O Device name is unchanged, CoreServiceHost will not refresh the equipment name

CoreServiceHost now properly updates the equipment on name change.

TFS 21935 - Logs that are too large for the Windows Event Log do not get logged properly

Large logs are now broken down into smaller log entries.

TFS 21970 - Profile Wizard and Automation does not support IPv6

Profile Wizard and Automation now supports IPv6 for TCP/IP Board level drivers.  This requires the TCP/IP Driver version 4.0.0.0 or later.

TFS 21975 - Open and Close buttons are disabled at runtime on equipment popup when separate digital tags are used for commands

The form now enables the command buttons if the Pos_On or Pos_Off tags are defined.

TFS 21979 - Alarm Proxy cannot return alarms that transition to inactive

This setting is now configurable in the Application Configuration Utility.

TFS 22043 - Single sign-on calls from a remote thick client do not work

Single sign-on now detects remote clients.

TFS 22060 - The I/O Device Manager cannot bulk import devices with device names greater than 16 characters

The I/O Device Manager now reads the device name length from the equipment.profiles file for proper validation.

TFS 22066 - Wonderware ArchestrA Logger Security Patch

Wonderware ArchestrA Logger Patch 2017.517.2328.1 is applied.

TFS 22150 - Alarm filters do not work on some resolutions

Alarm filter AN numbers are fixed for all alarm page resolutions.

TFS 22155 - Alarm filters perform exact matching

The alarm filter screen allows the user to select the filtering mode. The default setting is read from the INI file [Alarm] FilterMode.  0 (default) = Exact Match, 1 = Starts With, 2 = Ends With, 3 = Contains.

TFS 22306 - The equipment tree used on alarm pages is slow to render over the web client

Any page using the equipment tree should set the default library and symbol on the equipment tree genie, or set 'Hide Symbol Icons' to 'TRUE' if a default icon is not available.

TFS 22401 - Alarm filter and equipment tree filter operate independently

The alarm filter and equipment tree filter operate together to filter the alarm tables.

TFS 22896 - Core service host logs two warnings during shutdown - exception thrown during disposal.

 

Cleanup methods were reworked to prevent the exception.

 

TFS 22898 - EWS cannot obtain tag updates at a 5 second rate

EWS and core services were updated to obtain data at a 5 second poll rate.

TFS 23262 - Equipment popup alarm table does not acknowledge or disable alarms

Alarms can now be acknowledged or disabled in the equipment page.

TFS 23274 - Equipment.profiles cannot be imported into the Profile Editor in cases where the original Device Types and Device Profiles were lost

The Profile Editor can import the equipment.profiles file to generate device types, device profiles, and tags.

TFS 23437 - Citect 2016 Updates

 

Citect 2016 Update (April 10, 2018) is included with this update.

Project ID management was removed from Citect 2016.  Project IDs are now located in the ProjectInfo.xml file. 

MinUnitNumber and MaxUnitNumber (previously stored in UnitNumberRange.xml) have also been migrated to ProjectInfo.xml.

 

TFS 23637 - The Alarm Summary page does not display state information

The Alarm Summary page now displays the state that caused the alarm.

TFS 23650 - 8.2 install does not enable ASP feature within IIS

The installer now enables the ASP feature under IIS. This server role feature is required to run the Citect web control client. (Previously the View-Only web client was the only option for web deployment.)

TFS 24205 - When Core Services receives a timeout from the Client, alarm processing may halt until the service is restarted

Core Services properly recovers from a ctApi deadlock condition.

Files Modified

Applications\AppServices\bin\Framework.dll
Applications\AppServices\bin\Framework.ServiceHost.exe
Applications\AppServices\bin\Modules.CoreServices.dll
Applications\AppServices\bin\PowerLogic.Cipher.dll
Applications\AppServices\bin\Modules.ProviderBase.dll
Applications\AppServices\bin\Modules.ProviderEngine.TestHarness.exe
Applications\AppServices\bin\ObjectFactoryTools.exe
Applications\AppServices\bin\ProviderGatewayProviders.dll
Applications\AppServices\bin\PowerSCADA.Common.dll
Applications\AppServices\bin\Modules.Platform.Citect.dll
Applications\EWS\bin\Framework.dll
Applications\EWS\bin\EWS.dll
Applications\EWS\Web.config
Applications\EWS\DataExchange.svc
bin\de\ProfileEngine.resources.dll
bin\de\ProfileWizard.resources.dll
bin\de\WizardLibrary.resources.dll
bin\es\ProfileEngine.resources.dll
bin\es\ProfileWizard.resources.dll
bin\es\WizardLibrary.resources.dll
bin\fr\ProfileEngine.resources.dll
bin\fr\ProfileWizard.resources.dll
bin\fr\WizardLibrary.resources.dll
bin\it\ProfileEngine.resources.dll
bin\it\ProfileWizard.resources.dll
bin\it\WizardLibrary.resources.dll
bin\ja\ProfileEngine.resources.dll
bin\ja\ProfileWizard.resources.dll
bin\ja\WizardLibrary.resources.dll
bin\ko\ProfileEngine.resources.dll
bin\ko\ProfileWizard.resources.dll
bin\ko\WizardLibrary.resources.dll
bin\ru\ProfileEngine.resources.dll
bin\ru\ProfileWizard.resources.dll
bin\ru\WizardLibrary.resources.dll
bin\zh-chs\ProfileEngine.resources.dll
bin\zh-chs\ProfileWizard.resources.dll
bin\zh-chs\WizardLibrary.resources.dll
bin\zh-cht\ProfileEngine.resources.dll
bin\zh-cht\ProfileWizard.resources.dll
bin\zh-cht\WizardLibrary.resources.dll
bin\ProfileAutomation.dll
bin\ProfileEngine.dll
bin\ProfileWizard.exe
bin\WizardLibrary.dll
bin\ProfileAutomationUtility.exe
bin\CommsMethodProperties.xml
bin\DeviceManagementUserControlLibrary.dll
Applications\Profile Editor\Tags.xml
Applications\Profile Editor\ProfileEditor.Business.dll
Applications\Profile Editor\ProfileEditor.exe
Applications\Profile Editor\ProfileEditor.UserControls.dll
Applications\Profile Editor\Resources\ProfileEditor.UserControls.resources
User\PLS_Include\*
User\PLS_Example\*
Starter\Default_Starter.ctz

Installation

Unzip "PowerSCADA Expert 8.2 Update 5.zip" and run "PowerSCADA Expert 8.2 Update 5.exe".