bush conduit 32mm

SoLid Fittings - PVC, Male Bushes, 32mm

Catalogue Number: 281/32
bush conduit 32mm
Colour: Grey
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • Grey 1 PCE
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Specifications

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Product brand
Clipsal
Range of product
Series 281
Threaded length
  • 14 mm
  • 32 mm
    • Material
      PVC (polyvinyl chloride)
      External diameter
      39.5 mm
      Sustainable offer status
      Green Premium product
      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)
      Environmental Disclosure
      ENVPEP100802EN
      Circularity Profile
      N/A

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      Frequently Asked Questions

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      Are the Clipsal Conduit Clips available in Electric Orange?

      No, they are only available in grey.

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

      Can I get the 242/32 in orange?

      Yes, the 32mm coupling is available in orange. The part number is 242/32-EO.

      For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=242/32

       

      What is the part number for a 50mm female and 50mm male bush?

      The part number for a 50mm female and 50mm male bush is - 281/50 & 281F50
      For further information , visit link below:-
      www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=281/50
      https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=281F50
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      What are the differences between the VAMP 221/321 modules?

      What are the differences between the VAMP 221/321 modules:
      VAM 3L
      - Three supervised fiber loop arc sensor connections
      - One heavy duty trip relay
      - Portable arc sensor connection

      VAM 4C
      - 3-phase current measurement or 2-phase and earth-fault current measurement
      - Current pick-up setting by potentiometer and led display
      - Indication of current channel pick-up
      - One heavy duty trip relay

      VAM 10L
      - 10 point arc sensor connections
      - Portable arc sensor connection
      - One heavy duty trip relay
      - Continuous supervision of APS_SENSORS
      - Indication of the sensor channel and trip relay activation

      VAM 12L
      - 3 selective trip output contacts for dedicated APS_SENSORS
      - 10 point arc sensor connections
      - Portable arc sensor connection
      - One heavy duty trip relay
      - Continuous supervision of APS_SENSORS
      - Indication of the sensor channel and trip relay activation


      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL211597 V1.0, Originally authored by DaFr on 05/29/2013, Last Edited by DaFr on 05/29/2013
      Related ranges: Others protection relays

      Where are the 1 N/O and 1 N/C auxiliary contacts located on the LC1D Contactors?

      They are on the front of the contactor with the coil connections, terminal 13/14 for NO and 21/22 for NC

       

      VAMP 221/321: What is the difference between using an optical point sensor and a fiber loop sensor?

      Issue
      The advantages and disadvantages of using an optical point sensor and a fiber loop sensor for arc flash protection.

      Product Line
      VAMP 221/321 Protection Relays

      Environment
      Arc Flash Protection Relays

      Cause
      Optimization of an arc flash protection solution by specifying either optical point or fiber loop sensors.

      Resolution


                                                                                Figure 1

                                                                                 Figure 2

      Fiber loop sensor technology offers the following advantages when compared to the point sensor:
      1. Significantly reduces the cost of installation. A single optical fiber sensor can be as long as 200 feet, typically covering the same protection zone associated with conventional bus-differential protection but at a much lower cost than point sensors as shown in Figure 2.
      2. The loop approach eliminates any concerns about shadows from internal structures that might block the direct exposure to an arc flash.
      3. Optical point sensors are installed in every enclosed compartment and has a wired coverage area as shown in Figure 1.
      4. If the fiber sensor is configured in a loop, it can provide regular self-checking of the sensor’s integrity and continuity, producing an alarm if a problem is detected.