Switch Vert 5G 1/2way 10AX 250V VW
3045VA-VW
Switch Vert 5G 1/2way 10AX 250V VW
3045VA-VW

Clipsal Iconic Flush Switch, Vertical Mount, 5 Gang, 250V, 10AX, 1-Way/2-Way

Catalogue Number: 3045VA
Switch Vert 5G 1/2way 10AX 250V VW
3045VA-VW
Switch Vert 5G 1/2way 10AX 250V VW
3045VA-VW
Retail
$87.81
RRP (Inc. GST)
Colour Vivid White (VW)
  • Vivid White 1 PCE

Specifications

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Range
Clipsal Iconic
Product or component type
switch
Device application
lighting
Colour tint
vivid white
Quantity per set
set of 20
Device presentation
complete product
Control type
rocker
Device mounting
flush
Installation direction
vertical
Switch function
1-pole 1/2-way
Number of rocker
5
Rated current
10 A
[Ue] rated operational voltage
250 V
Material
plastic
Height
120 mm
Width
78 mm
Depth
39 mm
Net weight
0.138 kg
Unit Type of Package 1
PCE
Number of Units in Package 1
1
Package 1 Weight
150 g
Package 1 Height
48 mm
Package 1 width
87 mm
Package 1 Length
146 mm
EU RoHS Directive
Not compliant
Mercury free
Yes
RoHS exemption information
Yes
China RoHS Regulation
Product out of China RoHS scope. Substance declaration for your information
Environmental Disclosure
ENVPEP120506EN

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Do you do a ICONIC switch 5 gang with LED's?

The ICONIC switch 5 gang is not available with LED's however can be purchased then LED's can be added so a 3045-VA and a 40MLEDW

What is the part number for the 1 gang Iconic switch , and can the mech be rotated for horizontal or vertical switch plates?

The part number for the 1 gang Iconic switch , and can the mech be rotated for horizontal or vertical switch plates - 3041VA and yes can be mounted Vertical or Horizontal..
For further information , visit link below:-
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=3041VA
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Can I use if I need a fan controller 300va but no neutral

Not available

What is the part number for a slimline double GPO with an extra , removable , switch mech?

The part number for a slimline double GPO with an extra , removable , switch mech is - SC2025XA
But because Slimline is no longer available Iconic 3025XA (PDL395X) is the next slimest option, or Classic C2025XA if you prefer the Slimline look.

What is the part number for a 2 gang Iconic switch plate and switch mech and dimmer?

The part number for a 2 gang Iconic switch plate and switch mech and dimmer is - 3042HA , 40M & 41E300PBUD2SM

For further information , visit link below:-
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=3042HA
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=40M
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=41E300PBUD2SM
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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.)

What can cause an USF (undervoltage fault) on an ATV12 drive?

Issue: 
What can cause an USF (undervoltage fault) on an ATV12 drive?

Product Line:
Altivar 12

Environment:
All

Cause:
Fault condition

Resolution:
For N4, 480V drives at factory setting of 480VAC, the threshold is 430VDC on the DC bus or 304VAC on the line terminals. 
For M3, 240V drives at factory setting of 260VAC, the threshold is 230VDC on the DC bus or 163VAC on the line terminals.

Recommendations:
- Measure the the incoming line to line voltages
- Compare the line voltage to the Mains Voltage as shown under monitoring MON.
- If the standard line voltage is low, you can adjust the Mains voltage setting
- Adjust the Undervoltage time out to compensate for line contactors, or add time delay before a fault would occur. 
- Check to issues where line potential is dropping due to supply issues that may be caused by load pulling too much current.

What are the causes of an USF fault on ATV61 drives?

Issue:
What are the causes of an USF fault on ATV61 drives?

Product line:
ATV61, ATV71, Altivar 61, Altuvar 71

Environment:
All models

Cause:
Undervoltage supply.

Resolution:
The USF fault occurs when the DC bus voltage level drops below the threshold set in 1.8 Fault Management > Undervoltage Management > Undervoltage level. 

For N4, 480V drives at factory setting of 480VAC, the threshold is 430VDC on the DC bus or 304VAC on the line terminals. 
For M3, 240V drives at factory setting of 260VAC, the threshold is 230VDC on the DC bus or 163VAC on the line terminals.
For Y, 575V drives at factory setting of 690VAC, the threshold is 571VAC on the DC bus, or 404VAC on the line terminals.

Recommendations:
- Measure the the incoming line to line voltages
- Compare the line voltage to the Mains Voltage as shown under Menu 1.2 Monitoring, and also the measurement of the DC bus voltage.
- If the standard line voltage is low, you can adjust the Mains voltage setting.
- Adjust the Undervoltage time out to compensate for line contactors, or add time delay before a fault would occur. 
 

What is the part number for the grid only in the Iconic range double gpo ?

The grid 3025VXUAG is suitable for both the 3025V and 3025VXA setup ( the 2 units share a common grid )

What is the coil consumption or burden for the Tesys LC*D** contactors?

Issue:
What is the coil consumption or burden for the Tesys LC*D** contactors?

Product Line:
Tesys Contactors and Overload Relays

Environment:
All Products

Cause:
Product Features

Resolution:
All AC coils for the LC1D40 through LC1D80 3 or 4-pole contactors have an inrush of 200VA for 50 Hertz applications or 220VA for 60Hz.
Sealed values are 20VA for 50 Hertz applications or 22VA for 60 Hertz applications. For 50/60 Hertz coil inrush is 245VA and sealed is 26VA


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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.


 

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.