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WAll Boxes - Plastic, Moulded Plastic WAll Box 1 Gang - Deep Type

Catalogue Number: 257D
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Colour: Grey
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • Grey 1 PCE
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Specifications

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Range of product
Series 2000
Product brand
Clipsal
Shape
rectangular
Number of gangs
1 gang
Material
plastic
Length
94 mm
Width
58 mm
Depth
61 mm
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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Will 30USBCM fit into 25XD socket outlet

Yes the 30USBCM will fit into 25XD.

For more information on this part please refer to https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=25XD
 

Do you have a double pole outlet with USB mechanism?

No. However, you can assemble one yourself using a 25XD and a 30USBCM.

 

Pin-out for VX003 PC cable for RS232 port of VAMP 200 series

Issue:
Trying to connect to the VAMP 200 series through the RS232 port fails.

Product Line:
VAMP 255, VAMP 257,  VAMP 259, VAMP 200 series, VX003

Environment:
Connecting to VAMP set to configure settings.

Cause:
The RS232 port configuration is not a standard RS232 port.

Resolution:

 

Loading settings onto a VAMP relay that doesn't have the same complete part number.

Issue
May the settings file from a VPG210-001361 be directly loaded into a VAMP 210-5A7ADA-3.20 using VAMPset?

Product Line
VAMP relays

Resolution
If the complete part numbers doesn't match one cannot load the same setting file to each other.  Each VAMP relay will have to be manually configured.  
Also if the unit has the same part number and firmware is not the same one cannot load the setting file.  
 

HomeSafe - Dimensions of Reed switches

The below list are all measured in mm - all Reed Switches are Normally Closed with the magnet in place (NC)

5460               18h x 19w x 13d
5460FD            19(dia)
5460FS            9.5(dia)
5460HD            88h x 38w x 10d (cable lenght: 280)
5460RF            78h x 73w x 27d

What is the cut out size for a B10/30/5 switch plate?

The cut out size for the wall box to suit the B10/30/5 is 232mm x 97mm x 58mm.

Some of the key features are:
  • 30 series rocker type
  • B-Style
  • Switch arrangement 5 horizontal and 2 vertical
  • Fascia size: 257 mm Width x 120 mm Height

For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=B10/30/5

Is there a way to start a Motion Task in Lexium automatically on completion of the Homing command?

Goals and Symptoms

The purpose of this resolution is to inform users of a parameter in Lexium that allows start of a Motion Task automatically on completion of homing.

Facts and Changes

Parameter 'NREFMT' depending on its setting, can now be used to automatically start a Motion Task on completion of Homing.

Causes and Fixes

Implemented in Drive Firmware version 5.80
The ASCII parameter 'NREFMT' will start a motion task automatically on completion of homing.

This parameter is a bit-variable (16 bit) represented by

FEDCBA9876543210
xxxxxxxcnnnnnnnn

where Bits 0..7 (nnnnnnnn) represent the number of the motion task to be started automatically.
If the number = 0, then no motion task will be started.

If Bit 8 (c) is set to '0', the motion task given by the number 'nn' will be started after Homing is complete and the motor has stopped. The status bits "homing active=0“ and "homing finished=1“ are set before the motion task 'nn' is started.

If Bit 8 (c) is set to '1', the motion task 'nn' starts immediately (without stopping) after Homing is completed. The status bits "homing active=0“ and "homing finished=1“ are set after the motion task 'nn' is completed.
This is illustrated by a simple example.

To start a Motion task # 1, set NREFMT = 1 ( bit 8 = 0) using the terminal mode in Unilink. Perform a SAVE and RESET of the drive.
Start the Homing procedure. The motor will complete Homing based on the selected setting of 'NREF' and then start the Motion task # 1, after a brief stop.

Alternatively, if NREFMT is set to 257, ( bit 8 = 1), the Motion Task # 1 will start without any stop.

Why does my Network Management Card report warmstart/coldstart or network interface restart/coldstart?

Issue
My UPS Network Management Card or Network Management Card-enabled product is reporting one or more of the following alarms: “System: Warmstart, System: Coldstart, System: Network Interface restarted, System: Network Interface Coldstarted.

Product Lines
  • 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).
  • Network Management Card 3 (NMC3) – AP9640, AP9641

Environment
  • All serial numbers
  • All firmware versions
     
https://www.se.comhttps://www2.schneider-electric.com//library/SCHNEIDER_ELECTRIC/ITB/NAM/ITB_US/Tiger_NE/note_exclamation.jpgNOTE: As of APC Operating System (AOS) v5.1.5 or higher, the Critical alerts of “System: Warmstart” or “System: Coldstart” have now been renamed to an Informational alert of “System: Network Interface restarted” or “System: Network Interface coldstarted,” respectively.

Cause
A “System Coldstart” event indicates that the NMC (Network Management Card) has just been powered and has completed startup.
  • Power interruption to the NMC - If a device powering the NMC suffers an interruption of power, the NMC will restart when power is reapplied to that device.

A “System Warmstart” (or restart) event indicates that the NMC has rebooted and completed startup, without losing power. This may be due to any of the conditions mentioned below.
  • The default gateway is wrong or the network traffic is too heavy and the gateway can not be reached.
The default gateway can be any valid node's IP on the Network Management Card's network. The NMC implements internal watchdog mechanisms to protect itself from becoming inaccessible over the network. For example, if the NMC does not receive any network traffic for 9.5 minutes (either direct traffic, such as SNMP, or broadcast traffic, such as an Address Resolution Protocol [ARP] request), it assumes that there is a problem with its network interface and restarts to prevent further problems. To ensure that the NMC does not restart if the network is quiet for 9.5 minutes, the NMC attempts to contact the default gateway every 4.5 minutes. If the gateway is present, it responds to the NMC, and that response restarts the 9.5-minute timer. If your application does not require or have a gateway, specify the IP address of a computer that is running on the network most of the time and is on the same subnet. The network traffic of that computer will restart the 9.5-minute timer frequently enough to prevent the NMC from restarting.  
  • FTP upload completion - After a new AOS or Application firmware upgrade has been uploaded to the NMC, the NMC will automatically reboot and run the new firmware.
  • Logout if settings are changed - Modification of some NMC settings will require a reboot of the NMC.
  • Reset Switch - If the Reset button on the front panel of the NMC is pressed, the NMC will reboot immediately.
  • Web Interface Reboot request - One of the NMC options for Reboot was selected in the Web UI.
  • Network settings have changed - At least one of the TCP/IP settings changed. The system will need to reboot for the settings to take effect.
  • Restart SNMP Agent (SNMP v1 or v3) - A request to restart the current SNMP agent service was received. Majority of SNMP configuration changes will require an SNMP agent service restart to apply the change.
  • Load and Execute SNMP Agent Service (SNMP v1 or v3) - An internal request to load and execute a new SNMP agent service was received. Enabling or disabling SNMP v1 or v3 will require a restart to apply the change.
  • Clear Network and Start SNMP Agent (SNMP v1 or v3) - A request to clear the NMC's network settings and restart the SNMP agent service was received.
  • Smart-UPS Output Voltage Change - Some Smart-UPS models allow the output voltage to be changed. This requires a reboot of the NMC firmware.
  • Remote Monitoring Service (RMS) communication has been lost (NMC2 only, removed in firmware v6.8.0) - If for a certain period of time, RMS communication is lost, you may see several “System: RMS failed to communicate with the server events followed by a “Warmstart/Network Interface Restart” message in the NMC2 Event Log. This is normal and the NMC2 reboots in this situation as a failsafe mechanism in case the communication problem is internal to the NMC2. https://www.se.comhttps://www2.schneider-electric.com//library/SCHNEIDER_ELECTRIC/ITB/NAM/ITB_US/Tiger_NE/note_exclamation.jpgNOTE: On NMC2, it may be helpful to obtain the debug.txt or dump.txt file from the card's file system in the /dbg folder to help validate, if the files are present.
  • Detected Firmware Error - An internal firmware error was detected by the NMC and to clear the error, the NMC firmware explicitly reboots itself as a failsafe. https://www.se.comhttps://www2.schneider-electric.com//library/SCHNEIDER_ELECTRIC/ITB/NAM/ITB_US/Tiger_NE/note_exclamation.jpgNOTE: On NMC2, it may be helpful to obtain the debug.txt or dump.txt file from the card's file system in the /dbg folder to help validate, if the files are present.
  • Unrecoverable Firmware Error - An undetected firmware error occurred and the hardware watchdog reboots the NMC to clear the error. https://www.se.comhttps://www2.schneider-electric.com//library/SCHNEIDER_ELECTRIC/ITB/NAM/ITB_US/Tiger_NE/note_exclamation.jpgNOTE: On NMC2, it may be helpful to obtain the debug.txt or dump.txt file from the card's file system in the /dbg folder to help validate, if the files are present.

Resolution
 

It is recommended to follow the instructions in Knowledge Base article FA156131 and download all available event logs for your product. This includes event.txt, data.txt, and config.ini for NMC1 and NMC2 as well as debug.txt and dump.txt for NMC2 and NMC3.

For NMC1:
  • Review the event.txt file to see if any of the causes listed above could be why your Network Management Card has restarted or coldstarted.
  • Is this affecting more than one Network Management Card in your environment? This may point to a network traffic issue (too much, too little, or "bad" packets) causing the Management Card to reboot due to the watchdog mechanism outlined above.
  • Note the frequency of the events in question. Can you pinpoint it to a certain time/certain set of events before and after?
    • If the warmstarts/network interface restarts are always the same amount of time apart, this may relate to a network traffic issue as well.
  • Depending on what you find, try rebooting your card's interface or resetting the card to defaults (after backing up your configuration). See if the issue persists.
  • Please contact APC Technical Support at any time for additional options and help to obtain a root cause for a warmstart/restart/coldstart. Also note these types of events don't always necessarily indicate a problem and only affect the Network Management Card's interface. Your UPS or device load is unaffected. https://www.se.comhttps://www2.schneider-electric.com//library/SCHNEIDER_ELECTRIC/ITB/NAM/ITB_US/Tiger_NE/note_exclamation.jpgNOTE: Please have your log files (event.txt, data.txt, config.ini) available for tech support to review.
 
 For NMC2/NMC3:
  • Review the event.txt file to see if any of the causes listed above is why your Network Management Card has restarted or coldstarted. 
  • Is this affecting more than one Network Management Card in your environment? This may point to a network traffic issue (too much, too little, or "bad" packets) causing the Management Card to reboot due to the watchdog mechanism outlined above.
  • Note the frequency of the events in question. Can you pinpoint it to a certain time/certain set of events before and after?
    • If the warmstarts/network interface restarts are always the same amount of time apart, this may relate to a network traffic issue as well.
  • Depending on what you find, consider rebooting your card's interface or resetting the card to defaults (only after backing up your configuration and obtaining the aforementioned log files). See if the issue persists.
  • Please contact contact APC support for additional options and help to obtain a root cause for a warmstart/restart/coldstart. Also note these types of events don't always necessarily indicate a problem and only affect the Network Management Card's interface. Your UPS or device load is unaffected. https://www.se.comhttps://www2.schneider-electric.com//library/SCHNEIDER_ELECTRIC/ITB/NAM/ITB_US/Tiger_NE/note_exclamation.jpgNOTE: Please have your log files available for Technical Support to review - event.txt, debug.txt and dump.txt are most important as these files can easily debug the situation. These two files are not available on NMC1 products.

Netbotz and FTP Return Codes

Issue:

Netbotz and FTP Return Codes

Product Line:

NetBotz

Environment:

NetBotz ftp codes

Cause:

When configuring the FTP Alert Action on a Netbotz device, the FTP server may return error codes which may viewed in the Appliance Log. The return codes may be used to further troubleshoot the problem.

Resolution:

The return codes for FTP servers are:

110 Restart marker reply. In this case, the text is exact and not left to the particular implementation; it must read: MARK yyyy = mmmm where yyyy is User-process data stream marker, and mmmm server's equivalent marker (note the spaces between markers and "=").

120 Service ready in nnn minutes.

125 Data connection already open; transfer starting.

150 File status okay; about to open data connection.

200 Command okay.

202 Command not implemented, superfluous at this site.

211 System status, or system help reply.

212 Directory status.

213 File status.

214 Help message.On how to use the server or the meaning of a particular non-standard command. This reply is useful only to the human user.

215 NAME system type. WhereNAME is an official system name from the list in the Assigned Numbers document.

220 Service ready for new user.

221 Service closing control connection.

225 Data connection open; no transfer in progress.

226 Closing data connection. Requested file action successful (for example, file transfer or file abort).

227 Entering Passive Mode (h1,h2,h3,h4,p1,p2).

230 User logged in, proceed. Logged out if appropriate.

250 Requested file action okay, completed.

257 ""PATHNAME"" created.

331 User name okay, need password. 332 Need account for login.

350 Requested file action pending further information

421 Service not available, closing control connection. This may be a reply to any command if the service knows it must shut down.

425 Can't open data connection.

426 Connection closed; transfer aborted.

450 Requested file action not taken.

451 Requested action aborted. Local error in processing.

452 Requested action not taken. Insufficient storage space in system.File unavailable (e.g., file busy)

500 Syntax error, command unrecognized. This may include errors such as command line too long.
501 Syntax error in parameters or arguments.

502 Command not implemented.

503 Bad sequence of commands.

504 Command not implemented for that parameter.

530 Not logged in.

532 Need account for storing files.

550 Requested action not taken. File unavailable (e.g., file not found, no access). (550 a:: no such directory means no diskette in a: drive.)

551 Requested action aborted. Page type unknown.

552 Requested file action aborted. Exceeded storage allocation (for current directory or dataset). 553 Requested action not taken. File name not allowed.
 

What is the size of the fascia on the B10/30/5?

The Multi Gang Switch Assemblies (less mechanisms) - Metal Plate Range, 30 Series Rocker Type, Switch Plate 10 Gang, 2 rows of 5 ( B10/30/5) has facia dimensions of
257mm (W) X 120mm (H).
Some of the key features of the  B10/30/5 are:
  • 30 series rocker type
  • B-Style
  • Switch arrangement 5 horizontal and 2 vertical
  • Fascia size: 257 mm Width x 120 mm Height
  • 10 number of switch apertures


For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=B10/30/5


 

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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