3000DM-VW 1 Gang Mounting Block, 40mm

1 Gang Iconic Mounting Block, 40mm

Catalogue Number: 3000DM
3000DM-VW 1 Gang Mounting Block, 40mm
Colour: Vivid White
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • Vivid White 1 PCE
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Clipsal
Product or component type
mounting block
Shape
rectangular
Fixing center
84 mm
Depth
40 mm
Length
140 mm
Width
91 mm
Net weight
0.08 kg
Material
  • PC (polycarbonate)
  • HIPS (high impact polystyrene)
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      1 gang
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      Frequently Asked Questions

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      What is the part number for standard din rail?

      The part number for standard din rail is NSYSDR200B. It is 7.5mm deep by 2000mm long.

      Do you have a 45RU data cabinet 800mm Wide X 1000mm Deep?

      Yes, the part number is 3106N45C810-BK.

      What is the part number for a 45RU data cabinet , 800mm wide and 1000mm deep?

      The part number for a 45Ru data cabinet that has dimensions of W800m x D1000mm is - 3106N45C810

      For further information , visit link below:-
      https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=3106N45C810

      What is the Pin out detail for the Modbus programming cable 110 XCA 20 3000?

      The pin out details of the Modbus programming cable 110 XCA 20300 is as shown in the attached.

       

      What is the altitude derating for a TeSys D-Line contactor?

      Issue:​
      What is the altitude derating for a TeSys D-Line contactor?

      Product Line:
      Digest 177 Section 18 : Contactors and Starters, IEC

      Environment:
      North American Products

      Resolution:
      The contactors are fully rated up to 3000 meters. Following are derating multipliers for altitudes above 3000 meters for both voltage and current:

      Voltage
      3500m x 0.90
      4000m x 0.80
      4500m x 0.70
      5000m x 0.60

      Current
      3500m x 0.92
      4000m x 0.90
      4500m x 0.88
      5000m x 0.86

      For example, an LC1D80 at 5000 meters:
      - The maximum rated operational voltage is 1,000V (IEC947-4) and 690V (UL/CSA). At 5000 meters it becomes 1000V x 0.6 = 600V (IEC947-4) and 690V x 0.6 = 414V (UL/CSA).
      - The maximum rated operational AC3 current is 80A. At 5000 meters it becomes 80A x 0.86 = 68A.



       

      What is the MTBF (Mean Time Between Failure) for Lexium 32?

      The MTBF (Mean Time Between Failure) for the Lexium 32 product range equals 300000 hours.

      Does PowerLogic SCADA support waveform data of ION meters?

      No, Powerlogic SCADA (PLS) currently does not support the waveform data from ION meters; valid through PLS v7.10 SR3.
      Waveforms from the following devices are currently supported as of v7.10 SR3: Circuit Monitor 3000s, Circuit Monitor 4000s, Power Meter 800s, and Sepam 20s, 40s, and 80s.


      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL200266 V2.0, Originally authored by KBAdPM on 10/16/2009, Last Edited by MaTh on 12/01/2010
      Related ranges: PowerLogic SCADA 7.1

      What is the effect of altitude on ATV312?

      Product Line:
      All ATV312 and ATV31

      Environment:
      High altitude, more than 1000m

      Cause:
      What is the effect of the high altitude on the drive.

      Resolution:
      For all ATV312, less than 1000m, no derating.
      For single-phase supplie and corner grounded distribution networks, up to 2000m, derateing 1% per 100m.
      For three-phase supplies, up to 3000m, derating 1% per 100m.




       

      What is the part number for our 300mm ex-fan?

      The part number for Clipsal 300mm ex-fan is - 6230-0

      For further information , visit link below:-
      https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=6230-0
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      What is the part number for a 300mm ceiling exhaust fan?

      The part number for a 300mm ceiling exhaust fan is - 6230-0

      For further information, visit the link below:-
      https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=6230-0
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      Can you change the amount of diagnostic registers in the Profibus 140CRP81100 module when using Momentum I/O and Concept?

      Goals and Symptoms

      To go over the diagnostics for configuring the amount of diagnostic registers.

      Causes and Fixes

      Once you go and import the .cnf file for the exported Sycon file into the Concept program, the default diagnostic length is 6. If you want more diagnostic registers for this you will do the following.


      Changed from 6 to 13. The reference number will now go from 300020 to 300032.


      Note: Concept and the CRP811 are obsolete and Unity Pro is the replacement with the M580.

      What needs to be done to use Blokset at high altitudes (2000m, 3000m, etc.)?

      We have to apply the derating value informed on the Technical guide 7040x0 item 3.1 ¨Derating Factor for the Voltage" to the Tension ( ex0,88=3000m ) . It means that all values of voltage will be derated as Ui , Uimp etc. Also to the current using the "¨Derating Factor for the Circuit Breaker"( ex 0,99=3000m), this value must be applied also on the current of the circuit Breakers informed on Technical guide.

        • FAQ15.pdf

      What is the part number for a mounting block that can be mounted on a circular 300mm pole?

      The part number for a mounting block that can be mounted on a circular 300mm pole is - 2000MF300
      For further information , visit link below:-
      https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=2000MF300

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      Is there a "Draftstoppa" to suit the 6500A?

      No. Our Draftstoppa only suits round exhaust fans up to 300mm diameter.

      What is the part number for strip cable 300MM X 15MTR?

      The part number will be 287R300HD15-EO.
      For more information please follow the below link:
      https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?CatNo=287R300HD15

       

      How many events does the onboard event log hold?

      The event record will hold 30000 events before the log begins to FIFO the events.

      Can a data or AV outlet be added on the plate with 800 series integrally switched sockets

      No. The joint Australia/New Zealand Wiring Rules (AS/NZS 3000) require that all faceplates comply with AS/NZS 3112, clause 3.2 of which prohibits mixing of these voltage levels on the same faceplate

      How do I scale data from 0-32,000 to 0-4095 using 984 Ladder Logic?

       

      The following network scales data from 0-32,000 to 0-4095 for use with analog signals.





       
      Register 300001 contains the analog input data (0-32,000).

      This data gets BLKM (Block Moved) to register 400002. 

      Registers 400001 and 400002 are the top integer nodes of an EMTH (Divide Integer by Floating point) which is divided by registers 400003 and 400004 (display 400003 as data type float), the middle node registers that contain the floating point constant (7.814408).  

      The floating point result is found in registers 400005 and 400006 that is then converted by the FTOI
      (Floating point TO Integer) Block to register 400007.

      What are the features for the 4RC440SI30?

      Some of the key features are:
      • Unique new white finish for a fresh modern look
      • Base module = 18 mm wide, compact standardised and consistent module dimensions
      • Lift-up terminals. Safer ‘no hot spot’ terminations and all cable strands are locked in
      • Cable automatically guided to the correct position: terminals with guard
      • Fast closure
      • The presence of the green strip guarantees physical opening of the contacts and allows operations to be performed on the downstream circuit in complete safety
      • Same housing as AC type MCBs. Uniformity in space requirements and installation
      • Superior, safe and reliable DC breaking per pole
      • Used with marine, telecommunications, solar power, emergency power, battery power
      • Excellent breaking capability for its compact size
      • Super immune type
      • 75 mm modular spacing
      • Operating temperature: -5 to 40 deg C
      • Degree of pollution is 2
      • Rated Impulse withstand voltage is 6 kV
      For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=4RC440SI30
       

       

      Is there a way to block off my 300mm exhaust fan when not in use?

      Yes, you can use a Draftstoppa. The part number is CEDS1.

      Some of the key features are:
      • Draftstoppa prevents heating / cooling escaping through all non-operating domestic ceiling exhausts up to 300 mm.

      For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=CEDS1.
       

      How many copper FIPIO or FIPWAY network segments can be joined into one copper FIP network and what is the total length possible?

      Up to 5 copper FIPIO or FIPWAY network segments can be joined using either TSXFPACC6 (electrical) or TSXFPACC8 (optical) repeaters to get a total length of 5000m of copper cabling. Each individual segment is limited to 1000 meters in length. This figure includes all trunk cabling and all drop cabling.

      I am looking for a wall fan with a 240mm cutout and is physically approx 300mm square

      You can use a Clipsal 7106A or 7108A both have a 230mm cut out and are 271mm square

      Can I change the input power plug on my 120Vac Smart-UPS?

      Issue:
      Changing input plugs on Smart-UPS 2000VA or larger

      Product Line:
      Smart-UPS 

      Environment:
      Smart-UPS 2000VA or larger

      Cause:
      All Smart-UPS 2000VA or larger have an input plug that is not a standard 5-15 household style plug.

      Resolution:
      The higher capacity of these UPS models require an input plug that is either 20amp or 30 amp (depending on model) rather than the traditional 15 amp household plug you may be more familiar with. The UL listing of the UPS assumes that the UPS is using the input plug for which it was designed. Modifying the input plug may affect the UL or other regulatory compliance. Schneider Electric does not recommend modifying the input plug of your Smart-UPS UPS or attached Smart-UPS Accesories (IE: Stepdown Transformers, PDU strips, ETC) 

      Note: If you decide to go against this recommendation and change the input plug of your UPS, please be aware that the functional capacity of the UPS will be limited by the input circuit.
      (I E: An SMT3000 being supplied 15 amps is effectively a 1500VA UPS rather than the 3000VA that it is rated for.)

      Are light fittings attachable on the Caloundra Sweep fans?

      You cannot fit a light to the non-light versions of Caloundra range. The only fan that has a light is the C4HS1300L-WE and this light is integrated into the fan, it is not a kit.
      This is a 4000K natural white LED. However, if customers prefer a warmer colour temperature, we also sell a 3000K warm white LED array separately (LEDFANKIT-WW).
       

      How do I Monitor Analog Input Over-Under Range conditions on a SCADAPack 350?

      Only the Scadapack models 314, 334 and 357 (only AI on the 5606 Lower IO board) have register assignments that monitor the out-of-range status for analog inputs.

      The only way to monitor if an analog input has failed, would be to monitor the raw input and look for a zero or full scale value.

      For a SP350 using a 5V/20mA register assignment and a 4-20mA input:
      The screnshot below shows logic that scales the raw value of input 30001 to produce a scaled value in register 40110 (in mA)

      With the 5V/20mA register assignment, a count of 32767 will appear when seeing a full scale value or an out of range value. In either scenario, the mA reading will never go above 20mA which is why the threshold has been set to 19.99mA.

      For a SP350 using a 10V/40mA register assignment and a 4-20mA input:

      The screnshot below shows logic that scales the raw value of input 30001 to produce a scaled value in register 40110 (in mA)

      With the 10V/40mA register assignment, register 30001 can now measure beyond 20mA so it is now possible to tell a full scale value apart from an out of range value. Full scale 20mA now corresponds to a raw input value of 16384. The logic is looking for an out of range condition when it sees 20.01mA or greater.

      ETSNZ How many charging records can the EVLink webserver hold?

      You are able to view the last 30CDR (Charge Detail Record) regardless of the date. It will also store the last 31 days of load. It will write of the last record when it is full.
      The export button in the Charge Data Record tab is used to export all the charging sessions (up to 3000) in the station via a .csv file.

       

      What is the part name for a draft stopper to put above ceiling exhaust fans?

      The following part number will suit CEDS1. 
      It will fit over fans of up to 300MM diameter

      What is the part number for an exhaust fan about 300mm cutout?

      The part number for an exhaust fan about 330mm cutout is 6230-0.
      Some of the key features are:
      • Axial fan
      • Twist lock grille
      • Grille is able to be easily removed for cleaning
      • Fly-proof grille to keep out insects
      • Fitted with plug and lead
      • High performance motors
      • 380 mm overall intake
      • 330 mm diameter duct
      • 330 mm diameter hole
      • 1090 mm Plug and lead length
      • 4 Blades
      • 1 speed
      • Sleeve bearing motor
      For further information please visit www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=6230-0

      What is the part number for a Plaster frame for the TPLP4 1200mm x 300mm?

      The part number for a Plaster frame for the TPLP4 1200mm x 300mm is - CLITPLPPRF12

      For further information , visit link below:-
      https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=TPLPPRF12
       

      What is the maximum altitude an ATV61 or ATV71 series drive can be used at?

      Issue:
      What is the maximum altitude an ATV61 or ATV71 series drive can be used at?

      Product Line:
      Altivar 61, Altivar 71 series drives.

      Environment:
      All models, All serial numbers.

      Cause:
      Elevation vs current rating

      Resolution:
      The Altivar  61 and 71 series drives can be used at full rating up to 1000 meters above sea level. They must then be derated by 1% for every additional 100 meters up to a maximum of 3000 meters above sea level.
      Note that the ATV61H***S6X and ATV71H***S6X drives must not be used with corner grounded systems at altitudes above 2000m.

      What is M241 altitude derating?

      Issue:
      What is M241 altitude derating?

      Product Line:
      M241, TM241

      Resolution:
      For altitude derating, we have no curve but only a simple computed value. 
      The normal ambient allowed operating temperature range is -10...+55 °C, up to 2000m 
      The altitude has an influence on 2 parameters: 

      - Operating temperature: temperature derating: 1 °C/400m (should be added to every 400m after 2000m)
      - Insulation loss: 150 Vdc/1000m (should be added to every 1000m after 2000m)

      MGE STS, Galaxy 3000, 4000, 5000 and Galaxy PW; Wiring information for EGX100 to any 66061-supported products

       
       
      Issue:
      Wiring information for EGX100 to any 66061-supported products


      Product line
      EGX100 and all products supported by 66061 – STS, Galaxy 3000, 4000, 5000 and Galaxy PW


      Environment:
      EGX100 and all products supported by 66061 – STS, Galaxy 3000, 4000, 5000 and Galaxy PW


      Cause:
      Wiring information for EGX100 to any 66061-supported products


      Resolution:
      The 66061 JBUS/Modbus card is configured for 9600, 8, N and 1.  Slave address is 1 and wiring is 2-wire with no parity and termination.  This assumes only one 66061 card or UPS or STS is connected to the enclosure but if more than one change as required.  The JBUS/Modbus card has two female DB9 connectors.  The DB9 on the right side of the card is RS232 for configuration.  The left side DB9 connector is the RS485 connections that the EGX must be wired to.
       
      The EGX Monitoring Enclosure has a CB, power supply and EGX100.  The EGX is configured and has been Modbus communications was factory tested.  The EGX 100 IP address is 169.254.0.10 with subnet mask of 255.255.0.0.  The IP address needs to be configured at the site.  Make sure that the dip switches on the side of the EGX are configured correctly.  One is down (off position) and all others are up. 

       
      EGX layout



      The wiring of the devices is below and keep in mind that the 66061 JBUS/Modbus card has a female DB9 so a male DB9 cable is required on the UPS/STS.  The male DB9 connector is not supplied with the UPS but a black terminal block is supplied with the EGX.


       


       


       
       

      Is it possible to mount a weathershield power point on a pole ?

      Weather shield enclosure will line up with the 2000MF range, screw mountings will go on an angle to the pole, opposing the enclosure and may be tricky.
      Available standard as white. If diameter surface is less than 300mm you may be able to use a 56PMK.
      2000MFV range has a large amount of variable for different sized diameter surfaces.
      Please see following link for complete range of sizes
      https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=2000mf
       

      Active Alarms are not reporting in System Manager Software (SMS) from Series 2000, 3000, 4000 Circuit Monitors or Series 600, 800 Power Meters. The meter's front display indicates that the alarms is active.

       

      The most common cause for alarms not coming into System Manager Software (SMS) from a device is when the onboard alarm log records are set to 0 (zero). Go to Setup>Device/Routing>configuration then verify that the number of records for the "alarm log" is not zero, 0. Verify that the alarm log is enabled.

      This applies to the Series 2000, 3000, 4000 Circuit Monitors and Series 600, 800 Power Meters.
      System Manager Software (SMS) v 3.3.x.x and 4.x




      Date Created: Unknown
      Last Revised: March 19, 2008
      Public
      Original Author: PMOZONE/PH
      All content © 1992-2008 Schneider Electric

      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL185061 V2.0, Originally authored by KBAdPM on 06/27/2007, Last Edited by PhHa on 03/20/2008
      Related ranges: System Manager 3.3, System Manager 4.0, System Manager 3.2

      Current Clamp wiring configuration with ION meters

      Goals and Symptoms

      Users may order the following current clamps to use with our ION meters:

      Model #
      Type
      Current Range
      Output
      clamp-on
      50mA to 10A AC
      1 VAC
      clamp-on
      1 to 1000A AC
      1 VAC
      clamp-on
      3 to 3000A AC
      1 VAC
      split-core
      5A
      0.333 VAC
      split-core
      300A
      0.333 VAC

      These clamp come with three wires
      1. Blue
      2. White
      3. Shield (If ordered separately from the meter).

      Which wire is positive and which is negative?

      Causes and Fixes

      The Blue wire is the POSITIVE wire and should be conencted to I11, I21 or I31
      The White wire is the NEGATIVE wire and should be connected to I12,I22 or I32.
      The Shield wire can be grounded.



      Last Revised: December 13, 2007
      Applies To: ION 7300, 7550 / 7650, 8600, 8800
      Public
      All content © 1992-2007 Schneider Electric


      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL190319 V1.0, Originally authored by KBAdPM on 12/11/2007, Last Edited by KBAdPM on 12/11/2007
      Related ranges: ION8800, ION8600, ION7550/ION7650, ION7300

      No power output from the Matrix-UPS L14-30 or 5-15 receptacles (MX3000/5000)


      Issue

      Matrix-UPS is not providing any output power to the receptacles on the rear of the UPS.


      Product Line

      Matrix-UPS


      Environment

      All


      Cause

      There is an ON/OFF circuit breaker switch located on the back plate of the Matrix-UPS IU (Isolation Unit, lower half of the Matrix-UPS) just above the NEMA L14-30 receptacle. This breaker controls the UPS output to the L14-30 receptacle (as well as the NEMA 5-15 receptacles on the Matrix-UPS 3000 model only). On the Matrix-UPS 5000, this switch controls the L14-30 receptacle only. If the Matrix-UPS is powered on and there is no output to the L14-30 receptacle (or any of the 5-15 receptacles on a Matrix-UPS 3000) check this switch to ensure that it is set to ON (to the right). This symptom is often experienced on a new installation.


      Resolution

      Close the breakers to restore power to the receptacles.  If the breaker has tripped while the unit was in service, this was due to an overload to the circuit by loads downstream of the Matrix-UPS. Evaluate the circumstances and correct by reducing the number of connected devices.



      What is the part number for a 20A relay?

      The part number for a 20A relay is a L5504RVF20.
      Some of the key features are:
      • 220 - 240 V AC nominal supply voltage
      • 47 - 53 Hz and 57 - 63 Hz frequency range
      • a.c input impedance 50 ohm at 1 kHz A maximum of 10 units may be connected on a single C-Bus Network
      • Electrical Isolation 3.75 kV RMS from C-Bus to mains
      • Maximum Number of Units on a Single C-Bus Network 10
      • Contact Type Voltage free, magnetically latched
      • Switch Operations Greater than 60,000 operations
      • Quiescent Power 4 W
      • Warm-up Time 5 s
      • Restart Delay 0 s - 42 min and 30 s
      • Network Clock and Network Burden Software selectable
      • Remote switch input can be daisy chained to a maximum of 10 units and a maximum of 1000m of cable
      • Mains Terminals accommodates 2 x 1.5 mm² or 1 x 2.5 mm²
      • C-Bus Connections 2 x RJ45 sockets
      • Operating Temperature Range 0 - 45°C
      • Operating Humidity Range 10 - 95% RH
      For further information please visit www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?CatNo=L5504RVF20





       

      Missing CMDVF and CMDLC document number 63230-305-200.

      The Series 3000, 4000 Circuit Monitor Instruction Bulletins refer to document 63230-305-200 for information on the displays. The two displays supported are the Circuit Monitor Display Vacuum Florescent (CMDVF) and the Circuit Monitor Display Liquid Crystal (CMDLC). This document was never release so refer to document 63230-305-29 or each meters instruction bulletin for dimensional information on the display and mounting.
      Keywords:
      63230305200, 63230305029, 6323030529

       

      • Last Revised: September 9, 2007

        Public

        All content © 1992-2007 Schneider Electric


      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL188006 V1.0, Originally authored by PhHa on 09/11/2007, Last Edited by PhHa on 09/11/2007
      Related ranges: CM3000 series, CM4000 series

      What registers hold the serial number for the Series 3000, 4000 Circuit Monitor and Series 800 Power Meter?

      Register 3017 and 3018 contain the serial number for each meter. To calculate the serial number read the values as hexadecimal, put the numbers together and convert to decimal.


      • Example: Register 3017 = D93E

        Register 3018 = A7

        Serial # in Hex = A7D93E

        Convert to Decimal Serial Number = 11000126

         


        Original article#
        Date Created: April 23, 2007
        Last Revised: January 25, 2008
        Public
        Original Author: RM
        All content © 1992-2008 Schneider Electric


      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL190841 V1.0, Originally authored by PhHa on 01/29/2008, Last Edited by PhHa on 01/29/2008
      Related ranges: PM800 series, CM4000 series, CM3000 series

      InRow 300mm, Air filters (W0B1657, W875-2010)

      Issue:
      InRow RC, Air filters (W0B1657, W875-2010)
       
      Product line:
      ACRC1xx, ACSC1xx, ACRD1xx, ACRD2xx, ACRC301x
       
      Environment:
      Data Center Cooling
       
      Cause:
       
      Resolution:
      There are 2 recommended Air Filters for 300mm InRow Units:
      1. The pn# W875-2010 is a 1/2" thick washable air filter; There are 2 individual filters in 1 box.
        1. ACRC10x - requires 2 filters
        2. ACRD10x/20x - requires 2 filters
        3. ACSC10x - requires 1 filter
        4. ACRC301x -requires 2 filters
      2. The pn# W0B1657 is a 2" thick disposable air filter;  There are 2 individual filters in 1 box.
        1. ACRC10x - requires 2 filters
        2. ACRD10x/20x - requires 2 filters
        3. ACSC10x - requires 1 filter
        4. ACRC301x -requires 2 filters

      what is the height of the 6600a / minimum clearance required ?

       
       
       
       
      The 6600a is 200mm high and minimum clearance required  is a  500mm high cavity allowing 300mm minimum above the fan.
      For more information on this product please visit the Clipsal web site on the link provided
      https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=6600a

      How do I properly install/uninstall my SmartSlot accessory card into my UPS?


      Issue

      How do I properly install/uninstall my SmartSlot accessory card into my APC UPS?


      Product Line
       
      • APC UPS Models - Single and Three Phase including Smart-UPS and Symmetra models
      • Device UPS Management accessories including but not limited to:
        • UPS Network Management Card 1 and 2 - AP9617/AP9618/AP9619, AP9630/AP9631/AP9635
        • Web/SNMP Card - AP9606
        • SNMP Card - AP9605
        • Interface Expander 1/2 - AP9607/AP9624
        • Dry Contacts Relay I/O Card - AP9610/AP9613
        • Modbus/JBUS Building Management Card - AP9622
        • Environmental Monitoring Card - AP9612TH
        • Legacy Communications Card - AP9620


      Envrionment
       
      • All installation/uninstallation scenarios unless otherwise specified
      • All serial numbers and firmware versions unless otherwise specified


      Cause

      The procedure for installing/removing a SmartSlot accessory card typically depends on the connector of the SmartSlot accessory. In most situations, SmartSlot cards can be hot swapped as long as the accessory pins are not all of the same size on either the top and/or bottom of the SmartSlot connector. See below.

      Generic reference showing SmartSlot connector with 24V and Ground connectors longer than communication connectors:




      Underside of AP9630 Network Management Card 2



      The two longer pins are the 24V and ground connections. If your SmartSlot accessory looks similar or has two or more pins that are longer than the others, this identifies the SmartSlot accessory as hot swappable.


      Top side of AP9630 Network Management Card 2




      Reminder: Depending on the accessory, you'll need to look on either the underside or top side of the SmartSlot connector.



      Resolution


      Verify for your specific accessory whether the pin orientation verifies the SmartSlot accessory is hot swappable. If it is, you can remove and install the SmartSlot card while the UPS unit is in operation.

      Accessories manufactured from 1999-present day should be hot swappable. You can verify manufacture date by looking at the accessory's serial number. The first six characters should be referenced. For example, JA0632 - the 06 indicates the build year and the following two digits are the build week, 32. So, this example shows the accessory was manufactured in the 32nd week of the year 2006.

      If you're unable to verify the manufacture date, pin orientation, or you suspect there is a problem either with the accessory or SmartSlot for some reason and rather exercise further caution for a particular reason, follow the procedure(s) below to remove/install an accessory depending on your UPS type. This is not required by design though.


      Smart-UPS (SU, SUA, SURT models 2200VA and below) - The unit can be completely powered down, commonly referred to as a "braindead."

      The full power down procedure is below:
      1. Turn off the equipment that is connected to the UPS
      2. Disconnect the UPS from its AC (input power) source
      3. Press the off button to turn the UPS off. Release.
      4. Press and hold the off button for approximately five seconds to turn off the DC (battery) power. You may hear the unit click and flash its front LCD.
      5. It is now safe to remove or install a SmartSlot accessory card and then plug the UPS back in and turn it on.


      Next Generation Smart-UPS (SMX/SMT) - The unit can be completely powered down, commonly referred to as a "braindead."

      The full power down procedure is below:
      1. Turn off the equipment that is connected to the UPS
      2. Disconnect the UPS from its AC (input power) source
      3. Turn off the output on the UPS either via the LCD or using the Power button (refer to your user's guide.)
      4. Remove the internal and external battery connections from the UPS for 20 seconds.
      5. It is now safe to remove or install a SmartSlot accessory card, reinstall the battery connections, and then plug the UPS back in and turn it on.


      Smart-UPS RT (SURT, SRT models 3000VA and above), Matrix-UPS - The unit can be put into bypass mode.

      The bypass procedure is below:
      1. On the Smart-UPS RT, there is a small bypass flip switch on the back of the unit. (3000VA and higher, else refer to Smart-UPS SUA instructions)
      2. On the Matrix, you must loosen the black thumbscrew on the back side of the unit.

      All Symmetra 1 & 3 phase, Smart UPS VT, Galaxy 3500, and other 3 phase product lines - There is no special procedure available or required due to the design of the UPS.


       

      How to perform a master reset (memory clear) to the Series 3000, 4000 Circuit Monitor and Series 800 Power Meter.

      Issue
      How to perform a master reset (memory clear) to the Circuit Monitor 3000 and 4000 and Power Meter 800 series.

      Product Line
      CM3000 series
      CM4000 series
      PM800 series

      Environment
      Master Reset

      Cause
      Engineer needs to reset the meter to factory setting and reset the memory on the meters.

      Warning: This procedure will reset all meter settings back to factory defaults except for the communication settings. 
      It is recommended that all settings such as system type, current transformer ratio, potential transformer ratios, energy readings, I/O setup, data log setup, and data logged be recorded before proceeding.

      Resolution
      1. Write the decimal value of 9020 to register 8000. This will put the meter into setup mode
      2. Write the decimal value 1023 to register 8001. This step tells the meter to clear all information except for the communication settings.
          Optional: To reset all settings including communication settings write a decimal 9999 to register 8001.
      3. Write the decimal value 1120 to register 8000. The value 1120 represents the command to clear the parameters set by the contents of register 8001.
      4. Wait at least 20 seconds for the meter to reboot before going to step 5.
      5. Write a decimal value of 1130 to register 8000.  This will reconfigure the meter with the default factory settings.

      Note: This procedure can be performed from the front panel display or communications software, such as Modbus Tester as shown below.



      A master reset will clear all the cumulative and derived quantities from the meter, including demand, peak demand, energy, revenue and test mode parameters. In addition, it will reset the meter's event, waveform, and onboard data logs. For PowerLogic meters settings such as the mode will reset back to factory default. Since a master reset doesn't change any settings that might affect communications a master reset should not be used to correct any communications issues.
       

      Why does my Panelmate Plus keypad unit display "Recovery Mode"?

      When the Panelmate Plus keypad unit starts up in "Recovery Mode", the message is informing you that the "Executive Firmware" is corrupted and needs to be reloaded. The Panelmate may also be locked in a way that it will always boot up into "Recovery Mode" and you cannot get to the "Offline/Serial Transfer" mode using the normal method. If this occurs, the table below describes the steps that you need to take to get the Panelmate Plus unit back into "Transfer" mode.
      Note:
      · If the unit is a Panelmate Plus 2000, 3000, 4000 or 5000 and the procedure below fails to fix the problem, you will have to download the "Executive Firmware" to the Panelmate Plus unit with the electronics module disconnected from the unit. Reference the appropriate section in the "Modicon Panelmate Plus Hardware Installation Guide" for instructions (see the section titled "Install in an Enclosure") on how to remove and re-attach the electronic module.


      Hold down control buttons 1 and 2 (counting from the top down) while simultaneously cycling power on the electronics module (i.e., power switch off and back on again). Continue to hold the control buttons until you see the blue offline selection menu.

      At this point, you may place the unit in Transfer mode and download the "Executive Firmware" to it.

      What could be causing a device error 513 while attempting to download firmware using DLF-3000?

      Issue
      While upgrading firmware for a Powerlogic meter using DLF-3000, the upgrade is unable to complete due to a Error 513.

      Product Line
      DLF-3000

      Environment
      Firmware Upgrade

      Cause
      This corresponds to a negative acknowledgement from the device. There is either an issue with the serial communication settings, or the ethernet connection is being used by another program.
      This is causing a negative acknowledge from the target device.

      Resolution
      If this error occurs while connected serially, make sure the protocol mode is PowerLogic and the parity is EVEN.
      Using Modbus mode or Parity of NONE will not work over a serial connection.

      If this error occurs while connected over ethernet, make sure that there are no ION or SMS services communicating with the device.
      With SMS, make sure SMS is not constantly polling, logging, or uploading.
      With ION Enterprise or PME, stop the ION Network router service before sending firmware to the meter.

      Can the scale factor for the Energy readings be changed on the Series 700 Power Meter?

      The scale factor for the Energy reading in the Series 700 Power Meter is automatically adjusted by the meter. The front display will adjust based on the range of the reading. There is a scale register associated to Energy but is not user adjustable. Energy is stored in a 2 register format as a floating point value. Other Meters like the Series 2000, 3000, 4000 Circuit Monitors and the Series 800 Power Meter store Energy in 4 registers with a Modulo 10,000 (mod10) format.
       


      • Original article# 4712
        Date Created: Unknown
        Last Revised: March 19, 2008
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        Original Author: PMOZONE
        All content © 1992-2008 Schneider Electric

      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL184650 V2.0, Originally authored by DaMi on 06/17/2007, Last Edited by PhHa on 03/20/2008
      Related ranges: PM700 series

      What filter is being used for your InRow 300mm?

      Issue:
      What filter is being used for your InRow 300mm?
       
      Product line:
      InRow 300mm Units
       
      Environment:
      Data Center Cooling
       
      Cause:
       
      Resolution:
      The filtration of conditioned air is extremely vital to maintaining the clean, particle-free environment required by electrical equipment. The system uses a <20% efficiency ASHRAE 52.1, 12.7 mm (1/2 in) washable, deep loading, large dust-holding filter that meets HF-1 standards for electronics (MERV 1 per ASHRAE 52.2).

      Model # of Filters Required
      ACSC10x 1
      ACRC10x 2
      ACRD10x 2
      ACRD20x 2
      ACRA10x 2

      x = various voltage range

      Technical Specifications:

      Net Weight:  3.90 lbs. (1.77 kg)
      Maximum Height:  4.80 inches (122 mm)
      Maximum Width:  38.80 inches (986 mm)
      Maximum Depth:  13.00 inches (330 mm)
      Shipping Weight:  3.90 lbs. (1.77 kg)
      Shipping Height:  4.80 inches (122 mm)
      Shipping Width:  38.80 inches (986 mm)
      Shipping Depth:  13.00 inches (330 mm)

      Note: The filter pn# W875-2010 ships as 2 filters when ordered.

      Incorrect Power Factor readings in Virtual devices in System Manager Software v 4.0

      Goals and Symptoms

      Incorrect Power Factor (PF) readings can occur in Virtual devices within SMS (System Manager Software) v 4.0 when associated meters are configured with an alternate VAR sign convention. This article will explain why it occurs and how to resolve the issue.

      Causes and Fixes

      Cause:
      All PowerLogic meters except for the Series 2000 Circuit Monitor (CM2000) are shipped using the IEEE/IEC VAR sign convention. Meters shipped previous to March 2000 were shipped using the Alternate (CM1/CM2/CM2000/PM600) VAR sign convention. SMS only calculates Power Factor correctly when the IEEE/IEC VAR sign convention is used. Therefore, every meter included in a Virtual device must be configured with the IEEE/IEC VAR sign convention.

      Fix:
      The VAR sign convention can be changed through the display of the Series 3000, 4000 Circuit Monitor and the Series 800 Power Meter. To change the VAR sign convention on the CM2000 or PM600 (Series 600 Power Meter) refer to the device reference manual. All devices can be configure over the communications link by reading and writing to the command interface. Refer to the command interface in the device reference manual.

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      • Last Revised:7/5/2007

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        All content © 1992-2007 Schneider Electric


      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL186559 V1.0, Originally authored by PhHa on 07/06/2007, Last Edited by PhHa on 07/06/2007
      Related ranges: System Manager 4.0

      What system type should be used for monitoring 2 phases (legs) of a 3-phase 4-wire system?

      One solution is to configure the device for a system type 40 (3-phase 4-wire with 3 CTs). Then wire in all three voltage phases and connect the neutral. Then wire the two current phases (CT) to the corresponding current input. The third phase current input will not have a current transformer (CT) connected. More detail should be discussed with your technical support representative before assuming that the above solution covers each scenario.
      Notes:
      The phase current will read 0 for the phase that does not have the CT connected.
      The individual KW and total KW will be correct.
      All total values will be correct like Energy, power, Kvars, and etc.
      Only 3 phase average Voltage will be correct. All other average readings can not be used because 0 will be part of the average value.
      There will be a current imbalance since one phase will have zero current.

      This applies to the Series 2000, 3000, 4000 Circuit Monitors (CM2000, CM3000, CM4000) and the Series 200, 600, 700, 800 Power Meters (PM200, PM600, PM700, PM800)


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        Original Author: PH
        All content © 1992-2010 Schneider Electric

      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL191911 V2.0, Originally authored by PhHa on 05/15/2008, Last Edited by DaMi on 11/02/2010
      Related ranges: PM800 series, PM700 series, PM600 series, PM200 series, CM4000 series, CM3000 series, CM2000 series, Engineering Knowledge Applied to Power Management

      Video: How to determine which firmware to install on the 66074 NMC is by the color of the PCB

      Issue:
      How to determine which firmware to install on the 66074 NMC is by the color of the PCB

      Product line:
      66074/34003640SE Network Management Card (NMC)

      Environment:
      All versions

      Cause:
      The hardware revision of the card determines which firmware package can be loaded.

      Resolution:
      The simplest way to determine which firmware to install on the 66074 NMC is by the color of the PCB.  The original 66074 NMC was green and the newest version of the 66074 NMC is blue. 

      If the NMC cannot be removed or is located remotely the NMC firmware can be determined by accessing the NMC web interface and click on "About UPS".  If the NMC has firmware AX to GX (X being any letter from A to Z) it is the original 66074NMC.   The latest or blue board has firmware IA or above which is currently KD.  You must use the correct firmware for the NMC installed.  The UPGRADE tool used to update the firmware will not allow you to update the wrong firmware.  If you have issue updating the firmware then check the firmware on the NMC and the firmware you are uploading are compatible.


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