cover cable 2metre

Rigid - 2 Metre Lengths, Strip width 150mm

Catalogue Number: 287/150
cover cable 2metre
Colour: Electric Orange
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • Electric Orange 1 PCE
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Product brand
Clipsal
Range of product
Series 287
Width
cover: 150 mm
Length
2000 mm
Material
HDPE (high-density polyethylene)
Standards
  • AS/NZ 3000
  • AS 4702
    • EU RoHS Directive
      Pro-active compliance (Product out of EU RoHS legal scope)

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      What is the length of the bell mouth 288/150


       The length is 290mm long.
      please see following website for catalogue information as well as Technical specifications
      https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=288/150

      What is the tunnel size of L7/150 and what size cables do they take?

      L7/150 is 500V 370A 7 Hole Front Wiring Neutral Link. Black base and cover.
      Dimensions: 162 x 53 x 55mm.
      2 tunnels, 17mm diameter accommodate 150mm2 cable.
      1 tunnel, 15.5mm diameter accommodate 120mm2 cable.
      2 tunnels, 10mm diameter accommodate 50mm2 cable.
      2 tunnels, 5.9mm diameter accommodate 16mm2 cable.
      Supplied with Allen key.
      For further information, please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=L7/150

      What is the part number for link bar to accommodate 150mm2 cable?

      The link bar part number is L7/150 (neutral) or L7/150R (active)
      They will accommodate up to 150mm2 cable.

      L7/150 Neutral Link, Maxi, 7 Hole, 370A                     L7/150R Active Link, 7 Hole, 370A,        
      Front Wiring, Black Base and Cover                           Front Wiring, Red Base and Cover       

      For further information, please visit:
      https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=L7/150
      https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=L7/150R

       

      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).

      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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      Are there Certificates of Conformity for the 247P100 and 262P100?

      No. Unfortunately, there are not.

      What is the length of conduit bell mouth 288/50?

      The length of conduit bell mouth 288/50 is 100mm.
      For further information please visit
      https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=288/50
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      Does 25/1510 have two separate connection for each outlet?

      Yes this plate has a 15A and a 10A outlet and they are separately wired.
      For further information please follow link below
      https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=25/1510

      What is part number for double GPO 15&10amp?

      Part number 25/1510 with 15amp & 10amp sockets & switches.

      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.

      Does Clipsal have a Link Bar with at 13 tunnels and 1 x 50mm and 3 x 16mm tunnels?

      Yes the L13/150 will suit those requirements.

      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.


       

      What can cause the InF fault in the Altivar 31 and Altivar 312 drives?

      Issue:
      What can cause the InF fault in the Altivar 31 and ATV312 drives?

      Product Line:
      Altivar 31 and ATV312 drives

      Environment:
      All 

      Cause:
      Internal fault 

      Resolution:
      InF indicates an internal fault.  
      It can occur if there are loose connections inside the drive or if the drive is subjected to electromagnetic interference.  Check the line voltage to the drive.
      Also, check the voltages on the control terminals, +10 to COM and 24V to COM.  It has been observed that improper wiring of the inputs or external potentiometer can overload the internal power supplies of the drive. This may result in InF fault.
      Incorrect connections on the RJ45 ModBus/CANopen port can also cause this.  Verify wiring, particularly to pin 7 (10VDC supply for external keypad).



       

      Can a 60 Hz rated Transformer be energized with 50 Hz source?

      Issue:
      Transformers rated for 60 Hz ONLY are sometimes chosen to be installed in a location that has a 50 Hz Distribution system. 

      Product Line:
      LV Transformers 

      Environment:
      Applies to MOST Transformers made by SquareD/Schneider Electric.  Exceptions are 9070 series Control Transformers and Export Model Transformers which are dual rated for 50Hz and 60Hz.

      Cause:
      Domestic (USA) power systems are rated 60 Hz.   Many other power systems in the world are rated at 50 Hz.

      Resolution:
      A 60 Hz rated transformer can only be used on a 60 Hz system (with certain exceptions -- read further.) Whereas a 50 or 50/60 Hz rated transformer can be used on either a 50 or a 60 Hz rated system.
      Exception: If the energizing voltage does not exceed 83% of the transformers nominal voltage, the transformer can be used. Remember that transformers are simple ratio devices and the output will also be lower. Another important factor to remember is that the transformer`s capacity will also have to be derated at the same ratio of the applied voltage divided by the nominal voltage.

      Example: An EE30T3H, 30kVA 480 delta to 208Y/120 transformer 60 Hz, can be utilized on a 50 Hz system as long as the applied voltage does not exceed 50/60 or 5/6 of the nominal 480, or rather 400 volts. With 400 volts 50 Hz applied, the output voltage will be 400/480 * 208 = 173 volts line-to-line, and 100 volts line-to-neutral, or 173Y/100 50 Hz. As well, the capacity or kVA of the transformer will be 400/480 * 30 = 25kVA. Transformers cannot change frequency, thus frequency in = frequency out. 


        

      Can the PowerLogic Energy Meter be used to monitor multiple loads?

      Issue
      A user would like to totalize multiple loads with an Energy meter.

      Product Line
      Powerlogic Energy Meter

      Environment
      Energy Meter Installation

      Cause
      The installation guide for the Energy meter does not contain instructions on wiring the meter to monitor multiple loads.

      Resolution
      *Warning: Installation and maintenance of this device should only be performed by qualified, competent personnel that have appropriate training and experience with high voltage and current devices. Failure to follow the instructions / warnings in the Meter Installation Guide can result in permanent damage to the meter, severe injury or death. 

      The Energy meter is calibrated with the set of CTs that are included with the meter, however the Energy Meter can be installed with up to three sets of parallel CTs to monitor multiple loads. When wiring multiple current transformers in parallel to the Energy Meter, all voltages corresponding to the individual loads must be the same voltage values and must be from the same source. The voltage applied to the inputs of the Energy Meter will be used in the power calculations. Monitoring different voltage values and monitoring the same voltage values from different sources will both cause the power calculations to be inaccurate.

      For example, if load A has a system voltage type of 120/208 VAC, and load B has a system voltage type of 277/480 VAC, an Energy Meter cannot be used to measure both loads in a parallel configuration. Likewise, if Load A and Load B both have a system voltage type of 120/208 VAC, but are supplied their respective voltage from different transformers, an Energy Meter cannot be used to measure both loads in a parallel configuration.

      Note: When multiple sets of CTs are connected in parallel to the Energy Meter, the accuracy drops from less than 1% to between 1%-3%.


      Please follow the guidelines in the attached addendum for selecting and installing the parallel CTs on an Energy meter.

      How to calculate Energy readings from the raw Integer register data on an Energy Meter

      Issue
      The energy values are stored across two 16-bit integer registers on an energy meter. 

      Product Line
      Energy Meter

      Environment
      Reading and converting Modbus register values

      Resolution
      The Energy Meter stores energy across two 16-bit integer registers.

      Register #1 and Register #2 (Modbus address 257/258 for Register #1 and 259/260 for Register #2). Register #2 is the High WORD and Register #1 is the Low WORD. 

      The Multiplier/Divisor table states that both of these registers must be divided by 32 to obtain the real value from the raw data.
      The Multiplier/Divisor should NOT be applied to both registers. It is applied to the final value of both registers.

      To calculate the Energy the registers must first be arranged as the register list states [2] is the High word and [1] is the Low word.

      To make [2] the High word it needs to be shifted to the left 16 bits.
      To accomplish this multiply the value in [2] by 65,356.
      You will then add this value to the value in [1].
      The final value will be divided or multiplied by the correct scaling value. Please see the example listed below.

      For this example we will assume an Energy Meter with 300 amp CTs. According to the Integer Multiplier/ Divisor table, 300 amp CTs will give a divisor value, (d), of 32 and a multiplier value, (m), of 0.03125.
      We will assume the following register values.
      Register #1 = 29,586
      Register #2 = 31

      Using Divisor Table
      kWh = ([R2]*65,536+[R1])/d
      kWh = (31*65,536+29,586) / 32
      kWh = 64412.56

      Using Multiplier Table
      kWh = ([R2]*65,536+[R1]) * m
      kWh = (31*65,536+29,586) * 0.03125
      kWh = 64412.56

      *Note the divisor will not always be 32 and the multiplier will not always be 0.03125. For the correct values please see the Integer Multiplier Table.