bend conduit pvc solid 16mm

Solid Fittings - PVC, Solid Elbows, BEnds, 16mm

Catalogue Number: 247/16
bend conduit pvc solid 16mm
Retail
$15.85
RRP (Inc. GST)
Colour Grey (GY)
  • Grey 1 PCE

Specifications

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Product brand
Clipsal
Range of product
Series 247
Material
PVC (polyvinyl chloride)
Diameter
16 mm
Operating angle
90 °
Length
68 mm
Inner radius
41 mm
Standards
AS/NZS 2053
Package 1 Weight
13 g
Package 1 Height
20 mm
Package 1 width
45 mm
Package 1 Length
100 mm
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)

Frequently Asked Questions

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How many 261/16 Clipsal saddles are there in a carton?

There are 50 16mm saddles in a carton.

Note: This information can be found in your Clipsal pocketbook right next to the part code.

Is there an extension ring to suit the 343?

Yes, there is the 93ER and also the 249/12 or 249/25.

What are the amp ratings for 847/1

The current rating is 100A

Are the Clipsal Conduit Clips available in Electric Orange?

No, they are only available in grey.

This applies to the 280/16 (16mm), 280/20 (20mm), 280/25 (25mm), 280/32 (32mm), 280/40 (40mm) and 280/50 (50mm).

Does the LUCB18BL have built in surge protection?

Issue:  
Does the LUCB18BL have built in surge protection?

Product Line:
IEC U-Line Contactors/Starters

Environment:
Surge requirement

Resolution:
Yes, the U-line control modules all have built in surge or transient protection. This is to reduce the spikes or noise generated by the control module.


 

Wire recommendation to use with EM4200 series meters

Issue
Wire recommendation to use with EM4200 series meters

Product Line
EM4200 series meters
EM4235
EM4236

Environment
Meter wiring 

Resolution
The EM4200's recommended wire size for I/O, Communications, and CT is 24-16 AWG (0.2 to 1.5 mm2) shielded wire, solid or stranded.

What are the pinouts for current inputs on the AMI0810 when using the FTW308 cable with pigtail leads ?

 

 

 
  : Here are the pin assignments for current inputs I0 - I7 when using the FTW308 cable and the BMXAMI0810 .
 
      
    Current input 0  +                   pins 1/3 blue/white & white/blue are jumped together
    Current input 0  common        pin 2 white/orange
 
    Current input 1  +                   pins 4/6  green/ white & white/green are jumped together
    Current input 1  common        pin 5 orange/white
 
    Current input 2  +                   pins 7/9 white/brown  & brown/white are jumped together
    Current input 2  common        pin 8   white/gray 
 
    Current input 3  +                   pins 10/12 blue/red & red/blue are jumped together
    Current input 3  common        pin 11 gray/white
 
    Current input 4  +                   pins 15 /17 red/ orange & orange/ red are jumped together
    Current input 4  common        pin 16 red/green
 
    Current input 5  +                   pins 18/20 brown/red & red/brown are jumped together
    Current input 5  common        pin 19 green/red  
 
   Current input 6  +                 pins 21/23 red/gray & gray/ red are jumped together
   Current input 6  common        pin 22 black/blue
 
   Current input 7  +                   pins 24/26 black/orange & orange/ black are jumped together
   Current input 7  common        pin 25 blue/black 


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Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL211859 V1.0, Originally authored by DaSo on 06/21/2013, Last Edited by DaSo on 06/21/2013
Related ranges: Modicon M340

What are the processes associated with PowerSCADA Expert?

Issue
The processes associated with PowerSCADA Expert.

Product Line
PowerSCADA Operations, PSO
PowerSCADA Expert, PSE
PowerLogic SCADA, PLS

Environment
Runtime Manager
Task Manager

Cause
In cases that a project does not start or shut down properly, it is advised to check the processes.  In the case the project did not shut down properly, the process can be killed manually using Windows Task Manager.  This way upon a restart of Runtime Manager, the project starts without any problem.

As such it is important to know the associated processes.

Resolution
The example below shows a project with six I/O Servers (numbered 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12), a Trend Server, one Alarm Server and a Client (represents the main project); a total of 9 processes as shown in Runtime Manager.

NOTE: While the screenshot below applies to older version of SCADA, the same analogy applies to newer versions.

          

The processes above can be verified in Windows Task Manager as shown below.  There is an entry for each of the above 9 processes, each labeled Citect32.exe *32.  Note the one-to-one correspondence among the Process IDs in Task Manager and Process IDs in Runtime Manager.  For example PID 22716 in Task Manager corresponds to IOServer6 as show in the above picture.

          


NOTE: The last three processes in the above screenshot applies to PSE 8.1 and older; more explanation below.

In case SCADA application is open for editing a project, there will be additional processes.  Process names and their corresponding application are shown below.  Depending on the version, different applications open.

1. SCADA version 8.1 and older:

CtDraw32.exe *32     Citect Graphics Builder
CtEdit32.exe *32       Citect Project Editor
CtExplor.exe *32       Citect Explorer

2. SCADA version 8.2:

PowerSCADA Studio (32 bit)     PowerSCADA Studio

          



Example of a PowerSCADA 8.2 project with 5 process and PowerSCADA Studio open for editing:

1. Runtime Manager:

          

2. Task Manager (Details tab):