Conduit Bend, Large Sweep, 90Deg, PVC, 125mm

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Conduit Bend, Large Sweep, 90Deg, PVC, 125mm

Item Number: 247P125-EO

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Sustainable offer status

Green Premium product

Product brand


Range of product

Series 247P


Environmental Disclosure


Mercury free


REACh free of SVHC


REACh Regulation

Free of Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold

China RoHS Regulation

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

EU RoHS Directive

Pro-active compliance (Product out of EU RoHS legal scope)

RoHS exemption information


Toxic heavy metal free



960 mm


AS/NZS 2053



PVC (polyvinyl chloride)


Package 1 Weight

3.94 kg


125 mm

Operating angle

90 °

Inner radius

600 mm
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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.

What is the radius of part no 247PH100

Bend Radius for 247PH100 is 715mm

What are the horsepower ratings on a LUB32 U Line motor starter?

10Hp at 200/208V, 10Hp at 220/240V, 20Hp at 460V and 25Hp at 575/600V.

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

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

Product Line:

Smart-UPS / Symmetra


APTF10KT01, APTF10KW01, and APTF20KW01, All Serial Numbers


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


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.

Video: How can you program the ATV212 drive to follow 0-10vdc speed signal on VIA and start/stop via terminal control?

ATV212 programming to follow 0-10vdc speed signal on VIA and start/stop via terminals

Product Line:
Altivar ATV21 and ATV212


Wants to use VIA for 0-10vdc speed control and start stop via 2 wire control thru the terminal inputs.

SW100 switch setting:  Set the switch on the main circuit board to U for an 0-10vdc input signal for VIA (set upper switch to the left position)

0-10vdc signal to VIA and CC   
Two wire start dry contact or relay is wired between P24 and F

CNOD= 0 (terminal control)
F111= 2  for 2 wire control
uLu= motor voltage
F415= normal motor current
F417= normal motor RPMs
thr = normal motor current


Summary Mode for Raw Historic Traces

Summary Mode for raw historic traces is designed to help your system avoid performance issues that can occur when traces have high numbers of values. It works by allowing you to define a Point Limit, which sets the maximum number of values that can be represented by a trace (for a Trend’s time range).

If the Point Limit is exceeded, ClearSCADA automatically adjusts the trace so that it uses processed historic data instead of raw historic data. This results in a trace that shows a reasonable amount of values and is responsive (a high number of values on a trace can cause slow performance).

The summary trace will be marked by (*) as shown :

For example, if you set the Point Limit to 2000, it means the trace can show up to 2000 values on a single interval (that is, the trace can represent up to 2000 values shown on screen at any one time).

If the trace has 2300 values to show, ClearSCADA automatically sets the trace to use processed historic data with an interval of Per Pixel. As a result, the Trend covers the same time range but shows fewer values on the trace. As the values on the trace are now processed, they are not the actual reported values; they are calculated values.
When ClearSCADA has to display a Trend in Summary Mode, it sets the trace to:
  • use processed historic data instead of raw historic data
  • use an Interval type of Per Pixel.
  • use an Algorithm of Max for Bar traces or Min and Max for Step and Line traces. When Min and Max are used, the trace plots the minimum and maximum processed values for each resample interval.
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