Solid Fittings - PVC, Conduit Caps, 100mm - Suits 100mm pressure pipe

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Solid Fittings - PVC, Conduit Caps, 100mm - Suits 100mm pressure pipe

Item Number: 262P100-EO

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Range of product

Series 262

Sustainable offer status

Green Premium product



48 mm

REACh Regulation

Free of Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold

REACh free of SVHC


EU RoHS Directive

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

Toxic heavy metal free


Mercury free


RoHS exemption information


China RoHS Regulation

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

Environmental Disclosure




PVC (polyvinyl chloride)



  • inner: 114.5 mm
  • outside: 122 mm
    • Unit Type of Package 1


      Number of Units in Package 1


      Package 1 Weight

      120 g

      Package 1 Height

      48 mm

      Package 1 width

      122 mm

      Package 1 Length

      122 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 material is the XVBC02 & XVBC11 made of?

      What material is the XVBC02 & XVBC11 made of?

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      Harmony Pushbuttons

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      Product Features

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

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      ACRP100 Installation Manual

      This article contains the full ACRP100 Installation Manual.

      Product line:
      ACRP100, ACRP101, ACRP102.

      All Serial Numbers.    
      Installation Manual.

      See File below

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

      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.

      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.​
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      Transient Module

      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."


      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.

      What is the VA rating of a 9001KM 120V LED light module?

      9001KM VA Rating for 120V Led light module?

      Product Line:
      Push Buttons and Operator Interface

      30mm, 9001KM, 9001K, 9001SK

      All 9001KM 120V LED:  9001KM38LR, 9001KM38LG, 9001KM38LY, 9001KM38LW, 9001KM38LL have a  1.4VA rating.
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