lock ring pvc 100mm bsp

Fixing Accessories, PVC, Screwed Lock Rings, 100mm - With 100mm BSP Thread

Catalogue Number: 260P100
lock ring pvc 100mm bsp
Colour: Electric Orange
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • Electric Orange 1 PCE
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Range
Clipsal
Product or component type
lockring
Accessory / separate part category
fixing accessory
Range compatibility
Material
PVC (polyvinyl chloride)
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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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

​Is there an alternative C-Bus Amplifier for 560125D/2?

Either the 560125R/2 (25w remote amplifier) or the 560110R (10w remote amplifier) may be used.
Please note that these parts do not have any local control buttons on the front of the device.

What material are the Iconic Styl plates made from?

The Iconic Styl plates are made from real aluminium material with high quality anodised finishes. Sandblasted surface for a modern ‘satin’ appearance. 

For further information please visit: https://www.clipsal.com/iconic

Where can I see the Iconic Styl?

You can see the Iconic Styl on display at Clipsal display centres from late October onwards.


For further information on this plate range please visit: https://www.clipsal.com/iconic

​Is there an alternative for C-Bus Amplifier 560125R/2?

An alternative for C-Bus is a 560125D/2 or 560110R.

ACRP100 Installation Manual

Issue:  
ACRP100 Installation Manual

Product line:
ACRP100, ACRP101, ACRP102

Environment:  
All Serial Numbers    
 
Cause:   
Installation Manual

Resolution:   
See File below

In some documentation, the picture shows the XALD211H29, but the listing doesn`t have the H29.

Issue:
In some documentation, the  picture shows the XALD211H29, but the listing doesn`t have the H29.

Product Line:
Harmony Control Stations

Environment:
All Products

Cause:
Product Features

Resolution:
H29 is a country code for Great Britain. It would have a metric conduit entry. For a standard 1/2 inch conduit entry for US, order a XALD211.


CTA-ID : 2001110

What's are the new colours in the Iconic Series?

There are 3 colours available in the new Iconic range:
Silver (-SV)
Crowne (-CE)
Silver Shadow (-SH)
This is in an addition to the colours that are already available (Vivid White (VW), Cool White (CY), Warm White (WY), Extra white (XW) and lastly Anthracite (AN).

For further information please visit: https://www.clipsal.com/iconic​

How is the Iconic Styl plate range manufactured?

The Iconic Style plate range is manufactured by an Extruded piece of aluminium is used to create the basis of the unique oval shape of this design.
The anodising process is used to create the metallic colours.  Anodising increases resistance to corrosion and wear.
The extruded aluminium is machined to create the necessary shapes for the plastic parts.

For further information please visit: https://www.clipsal.com/iconic

Symmetra PX 250/500: What happens when EPO is activated?

Issue:
Symmetra PX 250/500; What does the EPO (Emergency Power Off) trip
 
Product line:
Symmetra PX 250/500
 
Environment:
All serial numbers
 
Cause:
What occurs when the EPO on a Symmetra PX 250/500 button is engaged?
 
Resolution:
When the EPO is activated, UPS output breaker Q2 and the battery breakers are tripped. The Power Modules (inverter) and if in Static Bypass operation will the UPS turn off

Does the Quantum ARI030 10 RTD module support 10 ohm copper?

No. The ARI030 10 supports Platinum and Nickel RTD's in 2,3 and 4 wire configurations. Pt 100, 200,500 1000 Ni100,200,500,1000 APt100,200,500,1000


Does the ATV28 unit have MOVs on the line side?

Issue:Does the ATV28 unit have MOVs on the line side?
 
Product Line: ATV28
 
Environment: All
 
Cause: N/A
 
Resolution: No.


 

Symmetra PX 250/500 Battery to Power Module Ratio

Issue:
Symmetra PX 250/500 Battery to Power Module Ratio

Product line:
Symmetra PX 250/500

Environment:
All Product models, all serial numbers

Cause:
Required battery to power module ratio for a Symmetra PX 250/500

Resolution:

Ratio between numbers of battery shelves and power modules (PM)

Maximum recommended discharge level on the batteries used for Symmetra PX 250/500 is 3CA, where CA means the current (Amps) by which the battery is charged or discharged divided by its Amp-hour (Ah) rating.  The 250kW runtime ratio is 10 PMs to 16 battery shelves resulting in a ratio of 1.6 battery shelf per 1 PM. Need to always round up the number of shelves

Results if ratio is not maintained

In some situations, the Power Modules will attempt to draw power from the batteries and if the ratio is not observed, you will potentially clear fuses in the battery modules and (less likely, but it happened before) burn traces on the battery backplane boards due to the DC inrush current.

 

 

Video: How do I Change Language & Regional settings on my Symmetra PX 250-500 UPS?

Issue:
How to Change Language, date format & temperature unit settings on the APC Symmetra™ PX 250/500 UPS.
 
Product line:
Symmetra PX 250-500
 
Environment:
All Product models, all serial numbers
 
Cause:
The display may be accidentally changed to an unwanted language.

Resolution:

 

Begin at the home screen of the UPS.  



Press the wrench key at the lower left of the screen.
Select Language settings



The following screen will have the available list of languages. Select you desired language.



Press the Finish to lock in change.

How do I configure network settings on my Symmetra PX 250/500 UPS?

Issue:
Video: How to Configure network settings

Product line:
Symmetra PX 250-500

Environment:
All Product models, all serial numbers

Cause:
How do I Configure network settings  on my Symmetra PX 250-500 UPS

Resolution:
Begin at the home screen of the UPS
Press the wrench key at the lower left of the screen
Select Configuration then User configuration
Enter the user password (apc by default)
Select NMC settings
Select Configure NMC Settings on the card you would like to configure.
Ensure the ‘UPS configuration access’ is set to read or read/write for the card
Make desired changes and Select Apply to save changes.

See the following video tutorial:

Video: How do I adjust Display settings on my Symmetra PX 250/500 UPS

Issue:
How to adjust Display settings            

Product line:
Symmetra PX 250/500

Environment:
All Product models, all serial numbers
 
Resolution:



How to adjust your display brightness, timeout, other display settings, or calibrate the touch screen, on your Symmetra PX 250-500 kVA UPS.
 
Begin at the home screen of the UPS.  



Press the wrench key at the lower left of the screen.
 
Select Configuration then User Configuration



Enter the User password (apc by default)



Select 'Display Settings'

There are 6 motors with below power: 110 , 132, 160, 200, 200,160 kW Is it possible to start them with a single soft starter.

Goals and Symptoms

There are 6 motors with below power: 110 , 132, 160, 200, 200,160 kW Is it possible to start them with a single soft starter.

Facts and Changes

cascading

Causes and Fixes

The best way is to use a soft starter ( ATS48 ) for this kind of application with cascading sequence ( see user manual )


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL156437 V3.0, Originally authored by on , Last Edited by on
Related ranges: Altistart 48

Where can people purchase Stab-Lok breakers?

Issue:
Are Federal Pioneer / Federal Pacific Stab-Lok breakers available? 

Product Line:
Moulded Case Breakers

Environment:
Stab-Lok

Cause:
FP Product Availability

Resolution:
Contact American Circuit Breaker Corporation (ACB) at 704-463-7361 as they are the exclusive distributor of the Stab-Lok breaker.

Changing Symmetra PX 250/500 System Time from NMC – Configuring NTP server

Issue:
Changing Symmetra PX 250/500 System Time from NMC – Configuring NTP server

Product line:
Symmetra PX 250/500

Environment:
All Product models, all serial numbers

Cause:
Time not updating on UPS when changed on NMC

Resolution:
Making changes on the NMC web interface will also make changes on the ups, but the NMC must first be configured for Read/Write in the user configuration settings on the UPS.  Once this is configured making changes on the NMC will update the display on UPS.

When changing NMC configuration to update Time using NTP, you need to pay attention to the update Interval.  It can be set from 1 to 8760 hours(1 year).  Make sure this is configured as needed.  If time is not immediately updating, click the UPDATE Now box and click apply.  You may need to refresh screen on UPS a couple times to see the change.


 

How do I change User Password settings on Symmetra PX 250/500

Issue:
How to edit User Password settings via system display

Product line:
Symmetra PX 250-500

Environment:
All Product models, all serial numbers

Cause:
How do I change User Password settings on Symmetra PX 250-500

Resolution:
Begin at the home screen of the UPS



Press the wrench key at the lower left of the screen
Select Configuration, then select User configuration



Enter the User password (apc by default)



Select Password settings
Change the password and select apply



The following video demonstrates how the manage user password settings on the Symmetra PX 250/500 Data Center 3 Phase UPS.

Video: How to Start your Symmetra PX 250/500 UPS

Issue:
How to Start your Symmetra PX 250/500 UPS
 
Product line:
Symmetra PX 250/500
 
Environment:
All Product models, all serial numbers

Resolution:
Begin by applying power to the UPS by Closing the Q1 Breaker (Located in System I/O Cabinet)



Once the display is completely powered up and the Home screen is displayed, press the wrench icon in the lower left of the screen



Then select the operation button
Select System Startup



Follow the on screen prompts for starting up the UPS.  As each option is performed it will highlight the next step.


Some options are automated and will be done for you.

The following video demonstrates this procedure:
 

Video: How to Shutdown your Symmetra PX 250-500 UPS

Issue:
Shutting down the Symmetra PX 250-500 UPS and transitioning critical load to maintenance bypass
 
Product line:
Symmetra PX 250-500
 
Environment:
All Product models, all serial numbers
 
Cause:
Shutdown Support 

Resolution:
Begin at the home screen of the UPS.
Select the wrench key at the lower left of the screen.
Select the 'Operation' button
Select 'System Shutdown'
 
Follow the step by step outline for shutting down the UPS. After each step is completed the option will be grayed out. Some steps will automatically be completed for you.

The following video demonstrates this procedure:
 

Is there any speed drive (motor range 200-400 kW) with marine certificate (DNV requested)? We are in progress of prescribing of equipement for 6 ships...

Goals and Symptoms

Is there any speed drive (motor range 200-400 kW) with marine certificate (DNV requested)? We are in progress of prescribing of equipement for 6 ships in period of 2 years(each should have 16 pcs. of motors 200-400kW)?

Facts and Changes

ATV68 marine certificate

Causes and Fixes

There is no certificat for marine ( ie DNV ) but the ATV68 respond to:
EN58178 in relation with IEC 68-2-6:

Sinus vibrations in the 3 axis : 10Hz to 57Hz displacement 0.75mm,
57Hz to 100Hz acceleration 1gn.

For the shocks IEC 68-2-27:
Acceleration 15g 11mS


There is too much expensive tests to be marine approved futhermore ATV68 is sensisitive regarding humidity it is only IP00.


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL159896 V1.0, Originally authored by on , Last Edited by on
Related ranges: Altivar 68

Video: Manually Operating the APC Symmetra™ PX 250/500 UPS Battery Breaker

Issue:
How to Manually operate the Battery Breaker on a Symmetra 250-500kW UPS
 
Product line:
Symmetra PX 250-500
 
Environment:
All Product models, all serial numbers
 
Cause:
In the event the battery breaker does not automatically close during the startup of the ups you may need to manually close it.

Resolution: 
When the Breaker is Off (open) the indicator on the right will be green.
Push the lever on the left down and ‘Pump’ it until the indicator turns ‘Yellow’ Indicating Charged.
Once Charged, press the green button to turn the breaker on. The indicator will turn Red indicating the breaker is on.
 
To turn off, just press the off button.

The following video demonstrates this procedure:

Is the Econo-Flex ATV58 unit capable of having a second current limit setting that can have unit look at when want to switch using a dry contact?

Issue:   Is the Econo-Flex ATV58 unit capable of having a second current limit setting that can have unit look at when want to switch using a dry contact?
 
Product Line:   ATV58
 
Environment:  Enclosed Econoflex
 
Cause:   2nd current limit
 
Resolution:   
The unit does not have a second current limit setting that can switch to using a dry contact.

The unit does have a second torque limit setting that can switch to using the a logic input when have the digital I/O option card installed.


 

Are the ZB2 and ZB4 operators interchangeable ?

Issue:
Are the ZB2 and ZB4 operators interchangeable?
Product Line:
22mm push button operators
Environment:
ZB4/ ZB5 22mm operators, ZB2 22mm operators
Cause:
Determine if the existing ZB2 unit has to be completely replaced, or replacement parts are available.
Resolution:
No, the ZB2 operators can’t be used with the ZB4 contacts and light modules and the ZB4 operators cannot be used with the ZB2 contacts and light modules. The lines are both 22mm so the complete devices can be substituted.
 

Supported PCMCIA Modem Cards for WallBotz 500

Issue:

Supported PCMCIA Modem Cards for WallBotz 500

Product Line:

NetBotz

Environment:

NetBotz 500

Cause:

Supported Accessories

Resolution:

The part number (from Intel) for the only 500-supported modem pc card is CM-56G:
https://www.intel.com/network/connectivity/emea/eng/products/xircm56g.htm


There are some combo cards (10/100 Ethernet + modem) with similar names (i.e. Xircom CreditCard xxxxxxx), and they are NOT supported by WallBotz500.

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.

Spurious triggers of transient module on ION 7550/7650 and ION8800

Issue
ION 7650/7550 and ION 8800 series devices can cause spurious triggering of the transient module when transients do not exist. This issue exists in firmware up to and including V354 for the ION 7650 and V334 for the ION 8800.

Symptoms
ION meters displaying this issue will find the transient module on ION 7650 and ION 8800 devices will trigger intermittently or with a fairly regular pattern (i.e. about every 15 minutes) while no corresponding real observable transient event actually occur in the monitored electrical system. The following observations may be describing this issue:

  1. Too many transients events being triggered. Unduly frequent transient events being recorded with associated waveform captures.
  2. Inspection of the waveform captures from transient events show no changes of the waveform.
  3. Transient module triggering regularly with no real corresponding power quality events in the actual physical electrical system being monitored.
  4. Adjustment of the transient module's threshold value doesn't seem to make much difference to the rate of transient triggers.
  5. Re-programming of the meter framework (by pasting the framework from a healthy meter, for example) does not fix the problem.
  6. Newer meters such as the ION 7650 and ION8800 show this problem while older ION meters (ION7600 and ION 8500) with the same or similar framework seem to be immune.​
Product Lines
ION7650
ION8800

Environment
Transient Module

Cause
The issue is observed when a large nominal voltage (approximately 131,000) is linked to the transient module. The nominal voltage is multiplied internally by the maximum A/D count value, and with the large nominal voltage this calculation overflows a 32-bit integer. The problem will be most noticeable when the nominal voltage is slightly larger than the roll -over value - in this case, the roll-over will result in a very small transient threshold value, and therefore a large number of transients detected. E.g. nominal voltages of 131,000 or 262,000 will be most noticeable, while a nominal voltage of 250,000 would not be as noticeable."

 

Resolution
Update the firmware to V355 or newer for the ION 7650 and V340 or newer for the ION 8800.

If a firmware upgrade is not possible or spurious triggers still persist, scale down the nominal voltage input to the transient module, and increase the threshold setting by a proportionate amount.
E.g. If the nominal voltage was 140,000, and the threshold was 25%, make the nominal voltage 70,000 and the threshold 50%. This would detect transients with the same sensitivity as the original settings, but the reported values would be different (i.e. the reported magnitude would be twice as large, and the reported nominal would be half of what it should be). The framework would also have to be modified so that a custom value was linked into the transient nominal - otherwise changing this setting would affect other operations on the meter such as sag/swell detection.

*This issues only affects PRODUCTS with transient capability. This issue affects other product lines with transient capabilities (ie. ION 8500, ION 7600) although only for voltages above 1MV so in practicality it should not appear.

On a Masterpact NT/NW the charge and discharge button normally shows either charged or discharged. What does the ``OK`` with a line through it indication mean?

Issue:
On a MasterPact NT NW the charge and discharge button normally shows either charged or discharged.  What does the ``OK`` with a line through it indication mean?

Product Line:
Masterpact NT NW

Environment:
Manual or electrically operated

Resolution:
When the charge indicator shows "Charge Not OK", the breaker contacts are open and the charging spring is inhibited for some reason. This reason must be cleared before the breaker can be closed. The status indicator may indicate this for multiple reasons:

UVR not energized.
Shunt Trip that is energized.
Padlock attachment pulled out or not aligned (try loosening the cover or taking it off to realign the attachment).
Push to Close button is partially depressed.

What is the power rating differences between the 8660 Alphapak and the 8660 SSRVS style starters?

Issue: What is the power rating differences between the 8660 Alphapak and the 8660 SSRVS style starters?
 
Product Line: 8660 AlphaPak starters
 
Environment: All
 
Cause:N/A
 
Resolution:
The currect rating abbreviations were:
Alphapak`s SSRVS`s
MD (16 amps) MG (120 amps)
ME (32 amps) MH (200 amps)
MF (64 amps) MJ (320 amps)
MG (128 amps) MK (500 amps)
MM (750 amps).


They voltage codes were:
Alphapak`s SSRVS`s
23 (208 / 230 volts) 11 (200 volts)
46 (380 / 460 volts) 22 (230 /460 volts)
57 (500 / 575 volts) 33 (500 / 575 volts).  NOTE The 8660 AlphaPak SSRVS are obsolete.  Parts, Service, or Support are no longer available.

 

Are General Duty safety switches suitable for use as service equipment?

Issue:
Product design features

Product Line:
General Duty Safety Switches

Environment:
Application 

Resolution:
Most General Duty Switches are suitable for use as service equipment when equipped with a factory or field-installed neutral assembly or a field-installed service grounding kit.
NOTES:
1) The following General Duty Safety Switches DO NOT have solid neutral assemblies that can be used in the switch. DU321, DU321RB, DU322, DU322RB and DU325. If a neutral is required consider using a Heavy Duty Switch.
 

What is an O.CF fault on an ATV31 or ATV312 drive?

Issue:
What is an O.CF fault on an ATV31 or ATV312 drive?

Product Line:
Altivar, ATV31, ATV312 

Environment: 
All

Cause: 
Motor will not run

Resolution:
O.CF is a phase-to-phase motor short circuit fault.  Check motor windings and motor leads for a possible shorting path. A Megger test at a 1,000V of the motor and motor leads should be performed.
You can also try running the drive "open circuit" and see it faults without the motor connected
1. ​Turn off Output Phase Loss (OPL)
2. Power down and disconnect the motor leads from the drive
3. Run the drive at 20, 40, and 60Hz and measure output voltage phase-to-phase checking for balanced voltage 

Other possible related fault codes are OCF and OC.F:
OCF is an overcurrent fault.  Possible causes are incorrect settings in the SET and DRC menus, excessive loading on the motor or mechanical binding.
OC.F is an impedance short-circuit fault.  This is a detected short-circuit or grounding at the drive output. Check the cables connecting the drive to the motor and the motor insulation.  A Megger test at a 1,000V of the motor and motor leads should be performed.

How to check the model and serial number of an ACRP100

Issue: How to check the model and serial number of an ACRP100
 
Product line: ACRP100
 
Environment: All serial numbers
 
Cause: To help tech support identify the unit and its warranty status
 
Resolution:
 
Press the < ESC> button until you get to the “ON/STANDBY” screen. Then use the down arrow to scroll though the display. When you get to the screen “ABOUT INROW” stop and make sure the arrow on the left side of the display is pointing at it and the hit the <ENTER/RETURN> button.
 
Now you have access to:
 
MODEL
 
SERIAL NUMBER
 
FIRMWARE
 
HARDWARE
 
MFG DATE
 
APP
 
AOS VERSION

Video: How do I adjust Battery Test settings ​on my Symmetra PX 250-500 UPS

Issue:
How to adjust Battery Test settings

Product line:
Symmetra PX 250/500

Environment:
All Product models, all serial numbers

Cause:
Business needs may require on-demand self test initiation, or adjustment to self-test scheduling.

Resolution:



The battery self-test is used to periodically and automatically test the health of the battery modules in your UPS system. It is an important tool to detect failing batteries and to ensure they receive proper attention.  Battery self-test can be run with a frequency of every week to once a year (typical settings are bi-weekly or monthly).  Your site conditions and UPS load are typical considerations when choosing your battery self-test interval.
 
The runtime calibration is a manually initiated procedure that helps report the reduced runtime available as batteries age.  This test is not run automatically, as each test is a significant drain on the batteries.  Besides site condition and UPS load, battery age is also an important factor in deciding if and when to run a runtime calibration. At most this test should be run once a year.
 
Begin at the home screen of the UPS.  


Press the wrench key at the lower left of the screen.
 
Press the ‘Configuration’ button. 



Press the ‘User Configuration’ button.
 
Enter the user password (apc by default)



Press ‘Battery Test Settings’



Your battery charge must be at least 50% for a battery self test, 100% for a runtime calibration.  When finished reading, hit the back arrow at the top left of the screen



Tap Start to begin the battery runtime calibration or self test. You can tap Cancel to stop the calibration. The status of the runtime calibration is shown under Runtime calibration status
 

Network Management Card Compatibility with the Symmetra PX 250/500kVA UPS

Issue:

Network Management Card Compatibility with the Symmetra PX 250/500kVA UPS
 

Product Line:
  • Facility & Data Center 3 Phase UPS
    • Symmetra PX 250/500
 
  • UPS Network Management Card 2
    • AP9635/35CH

Environment:
  • All installation scenarios

Cause:

The AP9635/AP9635CH Network Management Card 2 (NMC2) is restricted for use with the Symmetra PX 250/500 UPS and other select UPS models. Additionally, before upgrading the firmware for the Management Card when installed in a, you must make sure that the firmware upgrade is compatible with the firmware level that is running on the UPS system (its MIM, PM, etc) . For example, as described in the chart below, a Management Card running v5.0.0 firmware cannot support a UPS with system firmware 4.1.x.x unless the Management Card is upgraded to the SYPX APP v5.0.1 firmware. To obtain the firmware upgrade files for the Management Card, you must contact Technical Support.


Alternatively, the UPS System firmware can be updated to support a Management Card with newer firmware.

Note: The UPS system firmware upgrade can only be performed by a Field Service Engineer.


Resolution:

Review the chart below to make sure the Management Card is running firmware that is compatible with the UPS. To view the UPS System firmware and NMC APP firmware versions from the UPS touchscreen display, press the Firmware Overview button in the System Information menu. The APP firmware version of the Management Card is also displayed in its Web interface, under the Administration->General->About menu.

 

Compatible Symmetra PX 250/500 UPS and Network Management Card firmware releases
 

UPS Release

Network Management Card Firmware APP/Version

 3.x.2

SYPX/5.0.0

4.0.4

SYPX/5.0.1 

4.11.5 

SYPX/5.0.2 or 5.1.0 

4.21.6

SYPX/5.1.2 or 5.1.3

4.24.8

SYPX/5.1.5

4.25.9 SYPX/5.1.6
4.27.10 SYPX/5.1.6 or 6.0.8
4.29.11 SYPX/5.1.6 or 6.0.8
4.36.12 SYPX/6.4.6
4.37.12 SYPX/6.5.0

 

Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for Symmetra PX2 and PX 250-500kw UPS

Issue:
MSDS information for various battery manufacturers utilized in Symmetra PX2 and PX 250/500 UPS systems

Product:
Symmetra PX2, Symmetra 250-500

Environment:
All models/ All serial numbers


Resolution:
The rules regarding MSDSs changed in 2016 and it’s no longer sufficient just to post a link to the battery MSDS that we use.  When the rules changed, we began authoring Safety Data Sheets (new name for MSDSs) that would meet the new regulations.  These newly authored Safety Data Sheets (SDS) are located at the following web page.  

https://www.apc.com/us/en/who-we-are/sustainability/battery-safety/battery-compliance.jsp

You’ll note changes –
Safety Data Sheets are region specific.  There is a NAM format and an EU format.  

The intent is to direct all customers to this location when they have SDS or MSDS questions.

 

Trio Q Radios - Selecting the Correct Type

Both the QR and QB can support the exact SAME number of remote sites. The decision to choose one or the other instead relates to how busy the channel is. This refers partially to the Transmit Duty Cycle of the Master radio. You could have ONE remote and have a very HIGH duty cycle if you poll that one site for a large amount of data, and poll it very rapidly. Or you could have 200 remotes and have a low duty cycle, if you only poll each for a small amount of data and only very infrequently. "How busy" also refers to the possibility of collisions (causing delays), and whether this is going to be acceptable or not.


There are a few fairly simple questions that you should ask which might help guide the decision of choosing a QR or a QB (or a QP ) at the Master and Repeater sites:

Is it more important that this be a low-cost system, or more important that it be a highest-reliability system? A QR at the Master (and Repeater) site does not have the ability to work reliably at a very high transmit duty cycle, while a QB or QP at these sites can transmit constantly without over-heating. If a QR must be used at critical sites due to a limited budget then measures should be taken to ensure the transmit duty cycle is limited to approximately 20%. This can be done fairly simply in most SCADA Hosts by including a brief delay between receiving the response from one Remote and sending a message to the next Remote. There is a way to gather data on the duty cycle in the TView+ Diagnostics software package after the system has been running for some time, or the customer can simply insert a pause of perhaps 200-500 milliseconds between messages, and fine-tune that later if required.

Do you think that your system will have a lot of traffic, or will messages be less frequent? This is a fairly subjective question, and difficult to get an exact answer. But some will tell you "I need to push as much data through as possible" while others may say something like "Oh no, we only poll each site once every 10 minutes and only get a few bytes, so traffic is low." A QB or QP is the clear answer if the first is true, while a QR might be OK in the second case.

Are you able to acquire two radio frequencies, or must you work with only a single channel? If two channels (approximately 5 MHz apart) can be acquired, a QB can be used as the system's collision avoidance Master. This allows the QB to act as a "traffic cop" where it can transmit to tell other remotes to be quiet (remain idle) when it hears a signal coming in from another remote. In this way it is much less likely that two remotes will try to send messages to the Master (or Repeater) at the same time. Such a system reduces the number of collisions, which allows a busy system to operate in the most efficient manner possible. A QP won't get hot, but cannot perform the higher quality collision avoidance as can the QB, because it can only transmit OR receive, never both. But it can operate on a single channel (simplex) if that's all that the customer can get.

Symmetra PX 250/500; AP9635; Flood of RTC Time adjusted values in the logs

Issue:
Flood of RTC Time adjusted values in the logs
 
Product line:
Symmetra PX 250/500 with AP9635
 
Environment:
All Product models, all serial numbers
 
Cause:
When 2 Network Management Card (NMC) are installed in the UPS and set to NTP (Network Time Protocol), they will fight for control of the time to the display and continually send info alerts on RTC Time Adjusted.  In the chart below you will notice in column 5 there are two different numbers 2 & 4, which would indicate that there is 2 NMC in the UPS one in position #2 and the other in position #4.  This is the indicators that 2 NMC are fighting to provide time through NTP
 
46934 Info IM internal memory for storing configuration settings is OK IO enclosure level 3 pos E    02-26-2015 17:12:53 006
46933 Info RTC Time adjusted value Parallel UPS 1  2   02-26-2015 17:12:53 000
46932 Info RTC Time old value   2   02-28-2015 17:12:57 446
46931 Info IM internal memory for storing configuration settings is OK IO enclosure level 3 pos E    02-28-2015 17:12:49 006
46930 Info RTC Time adjusted value Parallel UPS 1  4   02-28-2015 17:12:49 000
46929 Info RTC Time old value   4   02-26-2015 17:12:44 548
 
Resolution:
Set only one of the NMC to NTP
 

 

Batteries; Is it OK to replace the internal batteries or use refurbished modular battery modules?

 
Issue:
Is it OK to replace the internal batteries or use refurbished modular battery modules?
 

Product line:
Symmetra PX1 20 - 80 kva, Symmetra PX2 100 kva, Symmetra PX 250-500 kva, SUVT, G3500, AIS3000, Galaxy VM
 

Environment:
All models, all serial numbers
 

Cause:
The question is often asked, is it OK to replace the individual batteries inside the battery modules/units or use refurbished battery modules in my UPS?
 

Resolution:
The answer is: No, we strongly discourage this practice, due to the following reasons. 
 
-  New Battery Modules are factory assembled using new batteries, wires, terminals and Battery Management PCB.  Once assembled, the batteries are voltage and load tested to validate all batteries, connections, and communication.
 
-  The connectors in these battery modules are designed for one time use only.  Disconnecting and reconnecting them damages the locking mechanism and can loosen the terminal causing loose, overheated connections, or short circuits. 
 
-  There is a Battery Management PCB in each module that is factory set based on the manufacturer and model of battery.  This information is used by the UPS to identify the type of battery, measure voltage, current, and temperature.  It uses the information to adjust the charging level, calculate run time, or fault a defective battery.  This PCB is not reprogrammable.
 
-  Reconditioned battery modules may not communicate with the UPS.  This could impair system operation causing fault alarms in the UPS, or a load drop due to DC Voltage Collapse.
 
-  Schneider does not provide support for third party / refurbished batteries.  If we dispatch to troubleshoot faults that occur because of refurbished batteries, the visit would be billable regardless of contract or warranty status on the UPS or Battery frame.
 
-  Unauthorized modification of a component assembly voids the system UL/IEC/CE rating / listings. As such in the USA, it could also be a OSHA violation in case of injury. 
 
While cheaper in the short term, they can cause costly issues later.
 


 

How do I Distinguish Different Versions of 4000 Series Display Modules?

Problem

My transmitter comes with a label that states "Do not interchange display with other sensors", or "Do not install display on a different unit. This display is for 4012 and 4032s only" or "This display is for 4102 and 4203s only" How come I can no longer swap displays on my transmitters?
 

Environment

4000 Series Transmitters, SCADASense Transmitters
 

Solution

The original Invensys displays used by the 4000 Series product line have been discontinued. Investigation into the new displays found that modifications to the new Invensys displays were necessary when the displays were used with a 4299 SI (Sensor Interface) board. The displays must be unmodified to function with an Invensys SI board.

Problems will arise if you try to connect an incorrect display to a 4000 Series Transmitter which is why we discourage swapping displays among transmitters.

  • Original Invensys displays with TRSS part number TBUM298016 will continue to work on all 4000 Series Transmitters
  • New Invensys Displays with TRSS part number TBUM298020 will work on all transmitters that contain an Invensys SI board (4012, 4032, 4202 and older 4102s built before October 2006)
  • New Invensys Displays with TRSS part number TBUM298021 or TBUM298022 will work on all transmitters that contain a 4299 SI board (4203 and 4102s built after October 2006)

To determine if you have a 4299 SI board or an Inversys SI board, open the 4000 Series Configuration Software, find the transmitter then check Status/Information.

Transmitters with a 4299 SI board will have a Sensor Software Version greater than 5.
 

Transmitters with an Invensys SI board will have a Sensor Software Version less than 5.

 

What can I expect if I have the wrong display on my transmitter?

If you have a 4299 display connected to an Invensys SI board, the display will go blank shortly after power up. Cycling power to the transmiter will bring back the display, but only for a short while. With the display out, the transmitter will continue to read valid data that will be accesible via polling.

If you have an Invensys display connected to a 4299 SI board, it will create invalid sensor readings (e.g. static pressure readings of 250,000 PSI. These invalid readings will also be reported to the flow computer or any other device polling the transmitter. Removing the display from the transmitter should allow the transmitter to read normal values again.
 

How can I tell the displays apart?

You can visually differentiate between the old and new style displays by looking at the back of the display (see attached pictures below). The PCB fills the display casing with the old style displays, and is more rectangular with the new style displays. The old style displays will work with any 4000 series product. The new style displays will flash a version string at power up like *LCDAT* .

During the transition, a small number of new boards were modified with one of the connector pins cut for transmitters with the 4299 SI Board.

Original Style Display
 


 

Short Term Display (removed pin circled in red)


 

New Style Display

Transmitters with the Invensys SI board can work with:

  • Original style display
  • New style display with version string *LCDAT* , *LCDAU* or *LCDAV*

Transmitters with the 4299 SI board can work with:

  • Original style display
  • New style display with version string *LCDAW*
  • New style display with cut pin and version string *LCDAT* , *LCDAU* or *LCDAV*

 

ACRP100 Operations and Maintenance Manual

Issue: 
ACRP100 Operations and Maintenance Manual

Product line: 
ACRP100, ACRP101, ACRP102

Environment:    

Cause:   
Operations and Maintenance Manual

Resolution:   
See file below

ACRP100 Tech Data Manual

Issue: 
ACRP100 Tech Data Manual 

Product line: 
ACRP100, ACRP101, ACRP102

Environment:     

Cause:   
Tech Data Manual

Resolution:  
See file below

Why can’t I add Share, Print or E-mail subscriptions in WebReporter?

Issue
The following error occurs when trying to share, print or create an email subscription in WebReporter:

"An unexpected error has occurred. You request cannot be processed at this time. If the problem persists, contact the Webpage administrator".

An error will appear in the System Event log in the Management Console:

10/21/2012 5:55:52 PM Web Reporter text ION Web General Computer1 Could not authenticate ERROR

If the EventException table in ION_SystemLog is examined, the following stack traces will be seen:

System.ApplicationException: Could not authenticate. at PowerMeasurement.Security.UserImpersonator..ctor(String username, String password, String domain) at PowerMeasurement.Apps.Web.EEM.Modules.Reports.AddRSReportSubscription.InitPrinterControl() at PowerMeasurement.Apps.Web.EEM.Modules.Reports.AddRSReportSubscription.Page_Load(Object sender, EventArgs e) at System.Web.Util.CalliHelper.EventArgFunctionCaller(IntPtr fp, Object o, Object t, EventArgs e) at System.Web.Util.CalliEventHandlerDelegateProxy.Callback(Object sender, EventArgs e) at System.EventHandler.Invoke(Object sender, EventArgs e) at System.Web.UI.Control.OnLoad(EventArgs e) at System.Web.UI.Control.LoadRecursive() at System.Web.UI.Page.ProcessRequestMain(Boolean includeStagesBeforeAsyncPoint, Boolean includeStagesAfterAsyncPoint)

Product Line 
ION Enterprise 6.0/6.0 SP1 
StruxureWare Power Monitoring 7.0.x
Power Monitoring Expert 7.2.x

Environment
Web Applications Report

Cause 
The reason for this behavior is that two of the three subscriptions, and the "Add" button, perform operations that require User Impersonation.
The code attempts to "log in" to Windows as IONUser to poll for a list of configured printers ("Add" button), write to a file share (subscription), or send to a printer (subscription).



The aforementioned error can be caused by several things.
Cause 1. This error can also be caused when the Windows IONUser password has been changed.

Cause 2. Web Reporter subscriptions will not work unless the Security Policy settings for "Allow log on locally" is granted to the IONUser (member of the Users group) on the Windows 7 server. 


Resolution

Resolution 1. Change the Windows IONUser password back to the default, IONisgreat!, or update SQL Server Management Studio to reflect the new password. For instructions on updating SQL Server Management Studio, see FA208369.

Resolution 2. Make IONUser a member of a group that can log on locally or give IONUser permission to log on locally.
 
Method 1: Give IONUser permission to log on locally
  1. Navigate to Control Panel → Administrative Tools → Local Security Policy
  2. Inside of Local Security Policy navigate to Local Policies → User Rights and Assignment  
 
  1. Select Allow log on locally. Here you will see the groups that are allowed to log on locally.  
  1. Select Add User or Group
  2. Enter IONUser and select Check Names. It will automatically enter the name of your PC in front of IONUser. Make sure the PC name is there then select OK
  1. Select OK to exit the Allow log on locally Properties window. 
Method 2: Add IONUser to a group that can log on locally
  1. Navigate to Control Panel → Administrative Tools → Computer Management
  2. In computer management navigate to Local Users and Groups → Users  and select the IONUser
  1. In the IONUser Properties navigate to Member Of and select Add
  1. Enter a group from the list that was shown on step three of the previous instructions and select Check Names.It will automatically enter the name of your PC in front of the selected group. Make sure the PC name is there then select OK
  1. Select OK to exit the IONUser Properties window. 

UPDATED MARCH-2016: Unable to access my APC Network Management Card (NMC) enabled device via HTTPS (SSL/TLS)


Issue

The user is unable to access their APC Network Management Card (NMC) products via HTTPS (SSL/TLS) secured web access.

There are two parts to this issue, both of which occur when the user has their Network Management Card product configured for SSL (HTTPS).
  1.  Companies such as Microsoft, Mozilla, and Google are disabling SSLv3.0 in their browser products due to numerous security vulnerabilities that exist. One such vulnerability is POODLE (https://www.openssl.org/~bodo/ssl-poodle.pdf).  TLSv1.0, at a minimum, is the advised protocol.
 
  1. TLS does not work on the current NMC products.  Therefore, the NMC will fall back to SSLv3.0 and as such, be vulnerable to POODLE.

Examples:
 
An example of this problem, shown via Firefox, is below. A NetBotz Rack Monitor 200 (SKU# NBRK0201) is configured for HTTPS. The user has Firefox v34.0 installed. The user opens their web browser and types the IP address into address bar.  The user is presented with the following error message:
 

Another example of this problem, via Internet Explorer, is below. A NetBotz Rack Monitor 200 (SKU# NBRK0201) is configured for HTTPS.  The user has Internet Explorer v11.0 installed. The user opens their web browser and types the IP address into address bar.  The user is presented with the following error message:
 

Another example of this problem, via Chrome, is below. An AP9631 Network Management Card is configured for HTTPS. The user has Chrome v39 installed. The user opens their web browser and types the IP address into the address bar. The user is presented with the following error message:
 


Browser error messages may include: ERR_SSL_FALLBACK_BEYOND_MINIMUM_VERSION, ssl_error_no_cypher_overlap


Note: If you've received mozilla_pkix_error_inadequate_key_size, sec_error_invalid_key, or anything referring to invalid key size/length, please consider reviewing knowledge base article ID FA162031 as this may be due to a separate issue entirely or an additional issue.



Product Line
 
  • 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, NBRK0201), AP9921X Battery Management System, ACFXXX Rack Air Removal Unit, PDPMXXX Modular Power Distribution, AP9361 Rack Access PX-HID, and ACRCXXX, ACRPXXX, ACRDXXX, ACSCXXX, RACSCXXX Cooling Units (except ACDA901, ACRC301H, ACRC301S).
 
  • Network Management Card 2 (NMC2) - AP9630/30CH, AP9631/31CH, AP9635/35CH
    Devices with an embedded Network Management Card 2 include (but are not limited to): 2G Metered/Switched Rack PDUs (AP84XX, AP86XX, AP88XX, AP89XX), G50 AV Units, Smart-UPS Online (SRT), and ACDA901, ACRC301H, ACRC301S Cooling Units, 

Environment

Any customer who uses any one of the products mentioned previously and:
  • Configures their product for SSL (HTTPS).
  • Uses a web browser version that does not allow for web access via SSLv3.0.
Note: HTTP users are not affected. Meaning, if you have not enabled HTTPS (SSL), web browsing will work normally.


Cause

Companies such as Microsoft, Mozilla, and Google are disabling SSLv3.0 in their browser products due to numerous security vulnerabilities that exist. One such example is POODLE (https://www.openssl.org/~bodo/ssl-poodle.pdf). TLSv1.0, at a minimum, is the advised protocol.

Current NMC products have an inability to properly utilize TLS extensions recently released in several modern browsers. With this inability, the NMC device is unable to connect to the browser via TLS. While future versions of the NMC1 devices will not update the underlying cryptology engine, NMC2 devices will be updated to work with current TLS specification and and operate properly with modern browsers.


Resolution

A customer can avoid this problem either by utilizing other access methods on the Network Management Card or they can modify their web browser to allow SSLv3.0 usage (at their own discretion). Other access methods for the Network Management Card are as follows:
  • Local console
  • Web (HTTP)
  • Telnet/SSH
  • SNMPv1/v3

Modifying a web browser to allow SSLv3.0 usage should be addressed by the user’s network security team or facility manager. Schneider Electric will not provide users with instructions on modifying web browser settings. Some users may be prohibited from enabling SSLv3.0 through their web browser.

Any of the following NMC1 products do not currently have any firm future firmware update plans to address this or any future vulnerabilities:
  • AP9921X Battery Management System
  • AP7750, AP7722, AP7701 Rack Automatic Transfer Switches
  • AP9340, AP9320 Environmental Monitoring Units
  • S20BLK A/V Power Conditioner & Battery Backup
  • PDPMXXX Modular Power Distribution
  • FM35XX Network Air, ACDA901, Stulz C7000



Details regarding firmware availability for Network Management Card 1 (NMC1) based products, providing TLS 1.0, are shown in the table below:

 
NMC1 (AP9617/18/19/mini-NMC1) Application Name Product(s) Firmware Application is used with AOS Version with TLS Fix Available Now?
px2 Symmetra PX 48/96/100/160 kVA embedded UPS brain AOS v3.9.0 and higher Yes
rpdu AP7XXX series Rack PDU (ex. AP7941) AOS v3.9.0 and higher Yes
acrc ACRCXXXX InRow Chilled Water (except ACRC3XXX) AOS v3.9.0 and higher Yes (via your local APC Cooling Support team)
g2ats AP7XXX Rack Automatic Transfer Switch models except AP7701, AP7722, AP7750 AOS v3.9.0 and higher Yes
acrp ACRC5XX, ACRP1XX, ACRP5XX, ACRD5XX InRow RC, RP, RD AOS v3.9.0 and higher Yes (via your local APC Cooling Support team)
acsc ACSC1XX InRow SC AOS v3.9.0 and higher Yes (via your local APC Cooling Support team)
raru ACFXXX Rack Air Removal Unit AOS v3.9.0 and higher No
acrptk ACRD1XX, ACRD2XX InRow RD AOS v3.9.0 and higher Yes (via your local APC Cooling Support team)
nb200 NetBotz 200 Rack Monitor (NBRK0201) AOS v3.9.0 and higher .Yes
pxhid AP9361 Rack Access PX-HID AOS v3.9.0 and higher Yes
 

Note: Certain browsers may also require setting changes to allow TLS 1.0 or TLS 1.0 fallback too, such as Firefox v37+. Schneider Electric will not provide step by step instructions for modfying web browser settings for liability reasons but if you're comfortable modifying settings at your own risk, security.tls.version.fallback-limit within Firefox will likely need to be changed from a default value of 3 (forcing TLS 1.2) to a value of 1 to allow fallback to TLS 1.0. This setting also sometimes resets itself between Firefox browser upgrades. Newer Chrome versions may require --ssl-version-fallback-min=tls1 to be appended to the program shortcut.


A fix to address this problem in the Network Management Card 2 (NMC2) and NMC2 enabled devices has been implemented. The release date will be determined on a product by product basis. See below for available updates for NMC2 firmware applications. These updates provide TLS 1.0, TLS 1.1 and TLS 1.2 functionality. 
 
 
NMC2 (AP9630/31/35/mini-NMC2) Application Name Product(s) Firmware Application is used with AOS Version with TLS Fix Available Now?
sumx 1ph/3ph Smart-UPS, MGE Galaxy 3500, Matrix AOS v6.4 and higher Yes
sy 1ph Symmetra Power Array, Symmetra RM, Symmetra LX AOS v6.4 and higher Yes
rpdu2g AP8XXX series Rack PDU 2G (ex. AP8941) AOS v6.4 higher Yes
sypx Symmetra PX 250/500 kVA (w/AP9635 only) AOS v6.3.2 and higher Yes (via your local 3-phase technical support team)
sy3p Symmetra PX 20/40/80 kVA
Note: See knowledge base ID FA245145 for more compatibility details
AOS v6.3.2 and higher Yes
acrc2g ACRC3XXX AOS v6.3.2 and higher No, pending release tentatively for end of Q3 2015.
unflrle HDCV45XXX, HDCV50XXX, T(D/U)(A/D/E/T/W)VXXX Uniflair LE TBD No, pending release tentatively for Q2 2016.
g300 Galaxy 300 AOS 6.4 and higher Yes








 Can this problem be confused with other error messages generated by the Network Management Card?

Yes, a user may receive different error messages relating to SSL/TLS when configuring or accessing their Network Management Card device.  It is imperative that Schneider Electric and the user identify the exact error message that the user is receiving and confirm that it relates to this specific issue, related to SSLv3.0.

For example, similar symptoms could be experienced by the issue in knowledge base article ID FA162031 - Network Management Card 1 (NMC1) Information Bulletin: Effects of Microsoft Internet Explorer and other web browsers blocking key lengths less than 1024 bits​(blocking key lengths less than 1024 bits)


Note: If there are any questions, problems, or concerns related to the content of this article, please contact your local technical support team for further assistance.

 

ACRP1XX, ACRD5XX, ACRP5XX, and ACRC5XX Parts List

Issue:
ACRP1XX, ACRD5XX, ACRP5XX, and ACRC5XX Parts List.

Product line:
ACRP1Xx, ACRP5XX, ACRD5XX, ACRC5XX.

Environment:
All Serial Numbers.

Cause: 
Parts.

Resolution:
Please contact Cooling Tech Support to confirm the part numbers before quoting as some may have changed. 888-695-6500 Option 2, Option 2, Option 2
 
Description Part Number Mfg. P/N
     
ACTUATOR - FLOATING 132 IN-LBS W491-0521  
ADPTR ELBOW 1/2 INCH - 15 MM PEX (FOR PIPING - Compression coupling) [PART OF SHIP LOOSE KIT] W875-0989  
ADPTR PIPE 3" ENGL TO METRIC (adapter for connecting to metric pipe) 0M-61194  
ADPTR STRAIGHT 1/2 INCH - 1/2 INCH PEX (Humid & Cond Connections) [PART OF SHIP LOOSE KIT] W875-0991  
ADPTR STRAIGHT 1/2 INCH - 15 MM PEX [PART OF SHIP LOOSE KIT] 875-0989  
ATS - ACRP500 W451-0227  
ATS - ACRP501 W451-0226  
ATS TRANSFORMERS W430-0423  
BALL VALVE, GAS SHUTOFF 3/4" [PART OF SHIP LOOSE KIT] 875-4280  
CABLE ASSY 200V CONTROL JUMPER W0W3109  
CABLE ASSY ACRP CW MAIN CTRL W0W4760  
CABLE ASSY ATS CONTROL - ACRP5xx 208V (CW) (connects TIMERs, CONTACTORs, & CIRCUIT BREAKERs) 0W3103  
CABLE ASSY ATS CONTROL - ACRP5xx 480V  (CW) (connects TIMERs, CONTACTORs, & CIRCUIT BREAKERs) 0W3175  
CABLE ASSY CABLE ATS #1 200-240V 0W3121  
CABLE ASSY CABLE ATS #1 480V 0W3122  
CABLE ASSY FAN GUARD [female to female connector and the rear of the fan grill module] 0W3104  
CABLE ASSY FAN/HTR INTRLK ADAPT - ACRP1xx (DX) (P30A to P5 & P6) 0W3569  
CABLE ASSY FAN/HTR INTRLK ADAPT - ACRP5xx (CW) (P30A to P5 & P6) 0W3568  
CABLE ASSY Humidity Sensor For ACRP 1.6 ft - Spare Part (front) W0N-0297  
CABLE ASSY Humidity Sensor For ACRP 17ft - Spare Part (rear) W0N-0865  
CABLE ASSY TEMPERATURE SENSOR KIT (AT0056GB01 - ACRP ADDITIONAL SUPPLY TEMPERATURE SENSOR) 0N-0933  
CABLE ASSY THERMISTOR/PROBE EMU 1.6 FT (front) 0W3314A  
CABLE ASSY THERMISTOR/PROBE EMU 13 FT (RACK INLET) [PART OF SHIP LOOSE KIT] 0J-0W99952  
CABLE ASSY THERMISTOR/PROBE EMU 8 FT - SPARE PART 0J-0W3163A  
CABLE ASSY THERMISTOR/PROBE EMU 8 FT ASSY (Generic EMU sensor) AP9335T  
Cable Fan To Safety Plug for ACRPxxx (CW AND DX) - Spare Part W0W3105  
Cable for FAN ACRP1xx (DX) - Spare Part (P30 to P101/P100) W0W3118  
Cable For FAN ACRP5xx (CW) - Spare Part W0W3120  
Cable for Reheat ACRP1xx (DX) - Spare Part W0W3117  
Cable for Reheat ACRP5xx (CW) - Spare Part W0W3119  
Cable from Ckt Brk to Reheat/Humidifier for ACRP1xx (DX) - Spare Part W0W3106  
Cable from Ckt Brk to Reheat/Humidifier for ACRP5xx (CW) - Spare Part W0W3107  
Cable Main Power 208/400V For ACRP100/102 (DX) - Spare Part W0W3128  
Cable Main Power 480V For ACRP101 (DX) - Spare Part W0W3127  
Cable Main Power ACRP5xx ASSY ATS 200-240V #2 0W3125  
Cable Main Power ACRP5xx ASSY ATS 400-480V #2 0W3126  
CABLE TIE HNGD FOR HOLE D4.8MM ROHS [PART OF SHIP LOOSE KIT] 820-0048  
CABLE Variable Frequency Drive 200V for ACRP100 (DX) - Spare Part W0W3171  
CABLE Variable Frequency Drive 400V for ACRP101 (DX) - Spare Part W0W3116  
CDU Metric Pipe Connection Kit ACAC20012  
Circuit Board For Compact ACRP100/500 208 VAC 3 Phase - Spare Part (Humid Control Board) W0P2484  
Circuit Board For Compact ACRP101/501 460 VAC 3 Phase - Spare Part (Humid Control Board) W0P2505  
Circuit Breaker 2P 5A 240V Class K -  ACRP500 ATS MONITOR BREAKERS W530-0920 ABB P/N : 2CDS 272 417 R0357
Circuit Breaker 2P 5A 480V UL489 Class K - ACRP501 ATS MONITOR BREAKERS W530-0919 ABB P/N : 2CDS 272 317 R0357
Circuit Breaker 3P 10A 280V Class K -ACRP500/100 HUMIDIFIER BREAKER W530-0917 ABB P/N :  2CDS 273 417 R0457
Circuit Breaker 3P 10A 480V UL489 Class K - ACRP101 ELECTRIC HEATER BREAKER W530-0918 ABB P/N : 2CDS 273 317 R0427
Circuit Breaker 3P 15A 480V UL489 Class K - ACRP501 ELECTRIC HEATER BREAKER W530-0916 ABB P/N : 2CDS 273 317 R0457
Circuit Breaker 3P 20A 240V UL489 Class K -ACRP100 ELECTRIC HEATER BREAKER W530-0915 ABB P/N : 2CDS 273 417 R0487
Circuit Breaker 3P 30A 240V Class K - ACRP500 ELECTRIC HEATER BREAKER W530-0913 ABB P/N : 2CDS 273 417 R0527
Circuit Breaker 3P 30A 480V - ACRP501/101 CB0-A/B INPUT BREAKER W530-0442 ABB P/N : T1N030TL
Circuit Breaker 3P 50A 480V - ACRP501/101 CB0-A/B INPUT BREAKER W530-0445 ABB P/N : T1N050TL
Circuit Breaker 3P 50A 280V TMF ABB T1N -ACRP500 CB0-A/B INPUT BREAKER W530-0445 ABB P/N : T1N050TL
Circuit Breaker 3P 5A 240V Class K - ACRP500/100 FAN / COND PUMP W530-0912 ABB P/N : 2CDS 273 417 R0357
Circuit Breaker 3P 5A 480V Class K - ACRP501/101 FAN / COND PUMP W530-0911 ABB P/N : 2CDS 273 317 R0357
Circuit Breaker 3P 70A 280V TMF ABB T1N - ACRP100 CB0-A INPUT BREAKER W530-0447 ABB P/N : T1N070TL
Circuit Breaker 3P 8A 480V UL489 Class K - ACRP501/101 HUMIDIFIER BREAKER W530-0909 ABB P/N : 2CDS 273 317 R0407
CLAMP DOUBLE SNAP CRIP 27-31MM [PART OF SHIP LOOSE KIT] 875-00009  
Complete 801 PCB CRAC MB - (MB Only) W0P2340  
Complete 805 PCB CRAC 2X DP - (DPS Diff Pressure Card) W0P2354  
Complete 879 PCB XA SIMM - (XAS card) W0P2342  
COMPRESSOR 200V RECIP N-VAR R407C (ACRP100) 208v W875-3801 120B0032
COMPRESSOR 460V RECIP N-VAR R407C (ACRP101/ACRP102) 460v W875-3802 120B0004
COMPRESSOR NOISE COVER (MEETS UL 94 HB) 850-0665A  
Condensate Overflow CLAMP DOUBLE SNAP CRIP 27-31MM 875-00009  
Condensate Overflow HOSE STEAM SUPPLY 7/8ID 660-7002B  
Contactor A26 Coil 200/240VAC 1NO For ACRP500 - Spare Part W451-0046 ABB P/N : 1SBL241001R7510
Contactor, NR 24VAC 16 AMP 1NO - Spare Part (ACRP100 - heater) W451-0141 ABB P/N : A16-30-10-81
Contactor, NR 24VAC 9 AMP 1NO - Spare Part (ACRP101 - both heaters & humidifier; ACRP100 - humidifier) W451-0104 ABB P/N : A9-30-10-81
CPLR HFC35 PIPE THREAD SHUTOFF 3/8 BSPT [PART OF SHIP LOOSE KIT] 875-0978  
CPLR PLC PIPE THREAD SHUTOFF 3/8 BSPT [PART OF SHIP LOOSE KIT] 875-0974  
CRANK CASE HEATER ASSY #1 W0M-9895  
ELBOW ADPTR REDUCTION 1/2 INCH - 3/8 INCH [PART OF SHIP LOOSE KIT] 875-0990  
Fan Module Assembly 200V - Spare Part W0M-9841  
Fan Module Assembly 400-480V ACRP101/501- Spare Part W0M-9848  
FILTER AIR 30% 418X470X96 MM (Standard) 0J-875-2013A  This is a pack of 4 filters
FILTER AIR 85% 418X470X96 MM  (Optional) W875-2014  
Flexible Fluid Piping - 100 Feet (30.4 Meters) ACAC20003  
Flexible Fluid Piping - 300 Feet (91.4 Meters) ACAC20002  
Flexible Fluid Piping Clamp/Hanger ACAC20007  
Flexible Fluid Piping Clamp/Hanger (qty of 50) ACAC20008  
Flexible Fluid Piping Couplings (4 per pack) [875-4308 is the individual pn#] ACAC20006  
Flexible Fluid Piping Couplings FTG PEX 1"NPT with CRIMP [comes in a pack of 4 with pn#ACAC20006] 875-4308  
Flexible Fluid Piping Insulation - 100 Feet (30.4 Meters) ACAC20005  
Flexible Fluid Piping Insulation - 300 Feet (91.4 Meters) ACAC20004  
Flexible Fluid Piping Strut Mounted Clamp ACAC20009  
FLOW METER - 1"  (body of the flowmeter) W875-4018  
FLOW METER ELECTRONIC PIPING FLOW electronics section of flowmeter W0N-0278  
FLOW METER GRUNFOS (new flowmeter) W0N-0303  
Flow meter UNION 1.0" C X NPTI (* send 2 with a flow meter body) 875-0876  
FLTR-DRIER 5/8" ODF SOLDER W875-2012  
FUSE FAST 30A CLASS J 600V CUBEFUSE for Compressor - ACRP101 (DX 400V) W516-0107 BUSSMANN : TCF30
FUSE FAST 60A CLASS J 600V CUBEFUSE for Compressor - ACRP100 (DX 200V) W516-0106 BUSSMANN : TCF60
FUSEHOLDER CLASS J 30-60A 600V CUBEFUSE - ACRP1xx (DX 200/400V) W890-0079 U2-1IGZ/H U2311301
GASKET FOR INROW CW 3-WAY VALVE W875-00012  
HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH ASSY (cuts out at 377psi) W0M-9897  
HOSE STEAM SUPPLY 7/8ID (ordered in feet) [PART OF SHIP LOOSE KIT] 660-7002B  
HUMIDIFIER COMPACT 1-3 KG/H 200 V (humidifier frame) 875-9001  
HUMIDIFIER COMPACT 1-3 KG/H 480 V (humidifier frame) 875-9003  
HUMIDIFIER CYLINDER HOLDING BELT W875-00029  
HUMIDIFIER DRAIN VALVE SLND CAREL 1-1/4 IN W875-4257  
HUMIDIFIER FILL VALVE W875-4233  
HUMIDIFIER HIGH COND. CYLINDER REPLA 1-3KG/H 208V (Standard conductivity 350-1250) W491-0529 BL0TRB00H1
HUMIDIFIER HIGH COND. CYLINDER REPLA 1-3KG/H 480V (Standard conductivity 350-1250) W491-0528 BL0TRM00H1
HUMIDIFIER LOW COND. CYLINDER REPLA 1-3KG/H 208V SPARE PART (Optional conductivity 125-350) W875-00030 BL0TRA00H1
HUMIDIFIER LOW COND. CYLINDER REPLA 1-3KG/H 480V SPARE PART (Optional conductivity 125-350) W875-00032 BL0TRL00H1
HUMIDIFIER Printed Circuit Board For Compact 3 KG/H 400 VAC 3-Phase - Spare Part W0P2504  
HUMIDIFIER Printed Circuit Board For Compact 3 KG/H 208 VAC 3-Phase - Spare Part W0P2484  
KIT DOOR CRV POWERVIEW 42U 600MM SX (BLK KEY) (Rack) W0H-0128  
KIT DOORS SPLIT PERF 42U 600MM BLK SX (Rack) W0H-0042  
LABEL MODEL/ SERIAL # ROHS [PART OF SHIP LOOSE KIT] 885-7015B  
Leak sensor (ships with orange sensor and cable ties; NO BLACK CAT5e CABLE)[ACRP ONLY] AP9326  
Main Control Cable for ACRP1xx (DX) - Spare Part W0W3100  
Main Control Cable for ACRP5xx (CW) - Spare Part (new flow meter) W0W4760 (old flow meter) W0W3101  
MOTHERBOARD SET (MB,WC,XA,DP,OPT)  (Complete Board Assy) W0P2372  
Motherboard Set 1-Bay Board Set (MB,WC,XA,DP,OPT,485-FMTR) - Spare Part (board set for new flowmeter) W0P2860  
NMC with CAN controller - (EMBEDDED NMC) WAP9517CAN  
PCB 808 CRAC 9X RLY 2X OPTO FAN TACH (relay board) W0P2465  
PCB 811 CRAC 8X OPTO SIMM (SIMM Card power control board) W0P2358  
PCB CMS Complete 809 CRAC 3X RS485 SIMM - (CMS power control board) W0P2355  
PCB COMMUNICATION CARD FOR RS485 (Humid Comm Board) W0P2483  
Peristolic Pump (Pump only) 491-0510  
Peristolic Pump Goo (solution-send with the perostolic pump) 491-0511  
PIPE ASSY 6 INLET RECIVER 0M-9815A  
POLY BAG (6" X 9") PA130 [PART OF SHIP LOOSE KIT] 872-9014  
POWERVIEW MP - SPARE PART W0N-0286  
PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE -3/8 MPTX1/2 FLARE 425PSIG (INDOOR) W875-4230  
PUMP CONDENSATE HARTELL 240V * ALL UNITS 200/400/480 W491-0523  
QUICK CPLR HFC35 ELBOW HOSE SHUTOFF 1/2 ID (Internal Connections Condensate to W875-0979) W875-0981  
QUICK CPLR HFC35 HOSE SHUTOFF 1/2 ID (Internal Connections Condensate to W875-0981) W875-0979
QUICK CPLR HFC35 IN-LINE HOSE SHUTOFF 1/2 ID (Condensate Connects to W875-0978) W875-0980
QUICK CPLR HFC35 PIPE THREAD SHUTOFF 3/8 BSPT (Condensate Connects to W875-0980) [PART OF SHIP LOOSE KIT] W875-0978
QUICK CPLR PLC ELBOW MALE 3/8 OD 1/4 ID (Internal Connections Humid to W875-00020) W875-00021
QUICK CPLR PLC PIPE THREAD SHUTOFF 3/8 BSPT (Humid Connects to W875-0976) [PART OF SHIP LOOSE KIT] W875-0974
QUICK CPLR PLC PNL MNT FEMALE 3/8 OD 1/4 ID  (Internal Connections Humid to W875-00021) W875-00020  
QUICK CPLR PLC PNL MNT HOSE SHUTOFF 3/8 OD 1/4 ID (Humid Connects to W875-0974 ) W875-0976  
Reheat Module for 200V ACRP100/500 - Spare Part W0N-0813  
Reheat Module for 400-480V ACRP101/501- Spare Part W0N-0812  
RES CARB FILM 1/4W 5% 120 OHM [PART OF SHIP LOOSE KIT] 110-0121  
ROTO MALE STRAIGHT 1 1/4" - 3/4" SWT - (DX Refrig Supply and Return Connections Internal) 875-4285  
Rotolock Pipe FEMALE ENDCAP 1-1/4" 12 UNF W875-4288  
Rotolock Pipe Female Straight Fitting 1-1/4" - 3/4" SWT - (DX Supply & Return Connection) [PART OF SHIP LOOSE KIT] W875-4286  
SCREW M5 X 10MM TORX W/WASHERS ROHS [PART OF SHIP LOOSE KIT] 803-5531A  
SCREW M6 X 16MM TORX W/WASHERS ROHS [PART OF SHIP LOOSE KIT] 803-0686A  
SCREW M6X12MM TORX W/WASHERS ROHS [PART OF SHIP LOOSE KIT] 803-0684A  
SCREW THFM M6X10MM PN HD TX ZP [PART OF SHIP LOOSE KIT] 803-0660  
Side Panel Assy  42U x 1070mm Blk W0M-5965  
SIGHT GLASS 5/8" ODF SOLDER (Piping) W875-2011  
SOLENOID 24AC COIL 6POSITION PLUG ASSY  (BYPASS) W0M-8204  
SOLENOID COIL ASSY (LL) W0M-9894  
SOLENOID REFRIGERATION VALVE 3/8 875-4196  
SOLENOID REFRIGERATION VALVE 5/8 W875-4282  
STRAIGHT ADPTR REDUCTION 3/8 BSPT-1/2 NPT  (Humid & Cond Supply) 875-4341  
TEFLONRINGS FOR ROTO 1 1/4"  (for suction line at the compressor) [PART OF SHIP LOOSE KIT] W875-4294 compressor
TEFLONRINGS FOR ROTO 1" (for discharge line at the compressor) [PART OF SHIP LOOSE KIT] W875-4291  
TELECOUPLNG 8P8C RJ45 STRAIGHT (ethernet telecoupler) W750-0034  
TEV VALVE, 5/8 IN 7/8 OUT R-407C W875-1001  
TRANSDUCER PRESSURE 2CP5 W875-3400  
TRANSFORMER CLASS II 100VA 208-230-460-480VX24V-30V W430-0197 T30018 Rev C
TYRAP 390MM V0 RATED GT120RV0 [PART OF SHIP LOOSE KIT] 820-0390  
UNION - Ring Seal D35 X 3 - (CW Supply and Return Connections) W875-4298  
UNION 1.0" C X NPTI Gasket 875-0887  
UNION END 1-3/8 ID SWT CW 37 Sleeve Union End (CW Supply and Return Connections) 875-00014  
UNION END 1-3/8 ID SWT HEX (CW Return Connections) 875-00034  
UNION Extension Adapter COPLING 11 NPT 1-3/8 ID SWT (CW Supply and Return Connections) 875-00015  
UNION FITTING 1-1/2'' 11 NPT  (CW Supply and Return Connections) 875-4289  
UNION NOT 1-1/2'' 11 NPSM 1 3/8'' SWT (CW Supply Connections) 875-4292A  
VARIABLE FREQUENCY CONVERTER 11KW 200 V W491-0531  
VARIABLE FREQUENCY CONVERTER 11KW 400 V W491-0530  
VARIABLE FREQUENCY Electrical Board 11KW 200 V (1.07 upgrade) 530-1138A  
WIRE ASSY FM 208V JUMPER 0W2540  
WIRE ASSY FM 208V JUMPER SET W0H-0152  
WIRE ASSY FM 230V JUMPER 0W2541  
WIRE ASSY FM 380V JUMPER 0W2542  
WIRE ASSY FM 400V JUMPER 0W2543  
WIRE ASSY FM 415V JUMPER 0W2544  
WIRE ASSY FM 460V JUMPER [PART OF SHIP LOOSE KIT] 0W2545  
WIRE ASSY FM 480V JUMPER 0W2546  
WIRE CLIP - BLACK AP9335TH [PART OF SHIP LOOSE KIT] 870-13220  
Wire Kit Customer Interface (CW AND DX) - Spare Part W0W3124  
WIRE TIE 8 X 0.1 X 0.06 NYLON 105C ROHS [PART OF SHIP LOOSE KIT] 820-0003A  
ZIP LOCK POLY BAG 3 X 4 [PART OF SHIP LOOSE KIT] 872-0019  
1U Airflow Management Blanking Panel Kit (Qty 2) Black AR8108BLK   
1U 19" Black Modular Toolless Airflow Management Blanking Panel - Qty 10    AR8136BLK  
1U 19" Black Modular Toolless Airflow Management Blanking Panel - Qty 200    AR8136BLK200  
MECH-ELEC INTERLOCK FOR CONT. A9-A40 450-0515  
 
 
 
RC/RP50x CW Supply Piping                                 RC/RP50x CW Return Piping                    RD50x/RP10x DX Supply & Return Piping

 

 
HUMIDIFIER SUPPLY LINE                                         CONDENSATE DRAIN LINE

 

 
 
 
 
 
 





 

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