FUSE CONNECTION ONLY
fuse connection only
FUSE CONNECTION ONLY
fuse connection only

Fuse Connection, 250V, 13A, 30 series

Catalogue Number: 30FS
FUSE CONNECTION ONLY
fuse connection only
FUSE CONNECTION ONLY
fuse connection only
Colour: White Electric
Colour: Per UOM Std.
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Product brand
Clipsal
Range of product
Standard Range
[In] rated current
30 A
[Ue] rated operational voltage
250 V
EU RoHS Directive
Compliant
Environmental Disclosure
ENVPEP120506EN

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How to set the IO Board Parameters in Scadapack Workbench?

The module_address parameter defines the module address of the sp5607 I/O module.

The address on the module is selected via dip switches on the module. A maximum of eight SCADAPack 5607 I/O type modules may be added to a system

The ain0_type parameter sets the analog input type for analog input channel 1.

There are four input types available.

  • An ain_type of 0 sets the input type to measure 0 to 5V input signals.
  • An ain_type of 1 sets the input type to measure 0 to 10V input signals.
  • An ain_type of 2 sets the input type to measure 0 to 20mA input signals.
  • An ain_type of 3 sets the input type to measure 4 to 20mA input signals.

The ain_filter Parameters:

  • An ain_filter value of 0 sets the input filter for 3Hz and the response time to 155ms at 60Hz and 185ms at 50Hz.
  • An ain_filter value of 1 sets the input filter for 6Hz and the response time to 85ms at 60Hz and 85ms at 50Hz.
  • An ain_filter value of 2 sets the input filter for 11Hz and the response time to 45ms at 60Hz and 55ms at 50Hz.
  • An ain_filter value of 3 sets the input filter for 30Hz and the response time to 30ms at 60Hz and 30ms at 50Hz.

The scan_freq parameter sets the input scan rate for analog inputs. AC noise rejection is improved at the correct frequency. If the module is used in a DC environment, the 60 Hz setting will yield slightly faster response time.

  • A scan_freq value of 0 synchronizes the input scanning to 60Hz.
  • A scan_freq value of 1 synchronizes the input scanning to 50Hz.

The aout_type parameter sets the analog output type for both optional analog output channels.

  • An aout_type value of 0 sets the output type for 0 to 20mA signals.
  • An aout_type value of 1 sets the output type for 4 to 20mA signals.


What is the Part Number for the ION6200 Remote Display?

Issue
The remote display for the ION6200 needs to be replaced.

Product Line
ION6200

Environment
Remote Display Hardware

Cause
Updated part numbers for remote displays and cables are required.

Resolution
S620DR1 = Standard remote display with 14ft cable
S620DN1 = MegaWatt option remote display with 14ft cable (for MegaWatt option or Transducer meter base)

*Note: Part numbers start with 'P' for Canada (i.e. P620DR1). Please see attached part number guide for Canadian part numbers and options.

The remote display cables can be ordered separately. Part numbers for US and Canada are as follows:
- P620C1 for 14ft
- P620C2 for 6ft

Please note that the 30ft remote display cable (P620C3) is obsolete.

Remote connection timeout in SoMachine

Issue:
What is the connection timeout in SoMachine and can we change it?

Product Line:
SoMachine

Resolution:
The remote connection timeout in SoMachine is fixed at 30s and there is no possibility to change it.
 

Can I charge my batteries to 100% while using the SoC stop trigger in the AGS?

Issue:
Can I charge my batteries to 100% while using the SoC stop trigger in the AGS?

Product Line:
Conext Series solar equipment and accessories
 
Environment:
Conext Series solar systems with both the Conext Battery Monitor and AGS connected
 
Resolution:
The maximum is 95% to protect the generator from situations where the battery is never detected as reaching 100%. There's unfortunately no way to combine start on SoC and stop on absorption exit. If you're certain that 95% won't be sufficient for your battery charging, then we recommend using Start DCV 30s and StopFloat for your triggers.

Cause:
Some batteries may not be fully charged at 95% SoC.

ADVC Recloser Controller showing no voltage reading from the external CVT

Issue
ADVC CAPE is show 0V readings for the external CVT

Product Line
Nulec ADVC Reclosers

Cause
The CAPE has not yet been calibrated.

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.  

This procedure shows how to calibrate External CVTs manually using WSOS5.

Before proceeding, make sure:
  • Data is valid
  • Phasing setting is set at ABC
  • Switchgear is closed
  • HV Voltage is live
  1. Open the correct switchgear file, go ON LINE:
  2. Open Maintenance- Calibration menu
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  3.  In the following screen, click Import Data File to import the cal file that was supplied by us. Choose the correct one when asked.
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  4. When cal file has been chosen, you Maintenance screen will be back. Click on Write Data to SCEM. Click Yes to confirm
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  5. You can click No to ignore this:
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  6. Click OK to confirm again
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  7. WSOS will start write new cal file to SCEM. Do not interrupt or disconnect WSOS, nor switchgear connection, during this process
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      1. You should have this after about 60s at the status bar(Green message) in the above screen
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  8. Now that you should have voltage readings on the Load side (external CVTs side)- which used to be show “Unavailable”
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  9. Go back to Maintenance- Calibration page to correct the voltage readings on External CVTs. You may see voltages on the External CVTs side showing differently from the other side. To correct those, just in turn:
– Click on the voltage value fields- after which will allow you to enter the correct voltage like this. Just enter the same voltage that you get on the other side of the same phase

 
  • Every time you enter a new voltage value WSOS will calculate and correct the voltage reading automatically and show the new reading in the field. You can do this as many time as you want until you are happy with the value(s) you finally get in the voltage reading fields in Calibration screen
  • Once you are happy with voltage readings. Click on “Write Data To SCEM” again (same as Step 7) to update new CVT calibration data to SCEM. Wait for the “Write” to finish.
  • Check voltage readings again on Measurement. You should see correct voltage reading now.
  • To make sure the new data has been saved in SCEM, power down the controller, wait 30s and power up again. The system should show all are ok, including voltage readings before you can close the procedure.
 
 

What is an International Protection (IP) rating?

For PowerLogic Meter IP ratings, please see RESL188587
The IP Code (or International Protection Rating,[1] sometimes also interpreted as Ingress Protection Rating) consists of the letters IP followed by two digits and an optional letter. As defined in international standard IEC 60529, it classifies the degrees of protection provided against the intrusion of solid objects (including body parts like hands and fingers), dust, accidental contact, and water in electrical enclosures.[2] The standard aims to provide users more detailed information than vague marketing terms such as waterproof.

The digits (characteristic numerals) indicate conformity with the conditions summarized in the tables below. Where there is no protection rating with regard to one of the criteria, the digit is replaced with the letter X.

Solids, first digit

The first digit indicates the level of protection that the enclosure provides against access to hazardous parts (e.g., electrical conductors, moving parts) and the ingress of solid foreign objects.

 

Level
Object size protected against
Effective against
0
  No protection against contact and ingress of objects
1
>50 mm Any large surface of the body, such as the back of a hand, but no protection against deliberate contact with a body part
2
>12.5 mm Fingers or similar objects
3
>2.5 mm Tools, thick wires, etc.
4
>1 mm Most wires, screws, etc.
5
Dust protected Ingress of dust is not entirely prevented, but it must not enter in sufficient quantity to interfere with the satisfactory operation of the EQUIPMENT; complete protection against contact
6
Dust tight No ingress of dust; complete protection against contact
Liquids, second digit

Protection of the EQUIPMENT inside the enclosure against harmful ingress of water.[3]

 

 

Level
Protected against
Testing for
Details
0
Not protected    
1
Dripping water Dripping water (vertically falling drops) shall have no harmful effect. Test duration: 10 minutes

Water equivalent to 1mm rainfall per minute

2
Dripping water when tilted up to 15° Vertically dripping water shall have no harmful effect when the enclosure is tilted at an angle up to 15° from its normal position. Test duration: 10 minutes

Water equivalent to 3mm rainfall per minute

3
Spraying water Water falling as a spray at any angle up to 60° from the vertical shall have no harmful effect. Test duration: 5 minutes

Water volume: 0.7 litres per minute
Pressure: 80100 kN/m²

4
Splashing water Water splashing against the enclosure from any direction shall have no harmful effect. Test duration: 5 minutes

Water volume: 10 litres per minute
Pressure: 80100 kN/m²

5
Water jets Water projected by a nozzle (6.3mm) against enclosure from any direction shall have no harmful effects. Test duration: at least 3 minutes

Water volume: 12.5 litres per minute
Pressure: 30 kN/m² at distance of 3m

6
Powerful water jets Water projected in powerful jets (12.5mm nozzle) against the enclosure from any direction shall have no harmful effects. Test duration: at least 3 minutes

Water volume: 100 litres per minute
Pressure: 100 kN/m² at distance of 3m

7
Immersion up to 1 m Ingress of water in harmful quantity shall not be possible when the enclosure is immersed in water under defined conditions of pressure and time (up to 1 m of submersion). Test duration: 30 minutes

Immersion at depth of 1m

8
Immersion beyond 1 m The EQUIPMENT is suitable for continuous immersion in water under conditions which shall be specified by the manufacturer. Normally, this will mean that the EQUIPMENT is hermetically sealed. However, with certain types of EQUIPMENT, it can mean that water can enter but only in such a manner that it produces no harmful effects. Test duration: continuous immersion in water

Depth specified by manufacturer

 

NEMA Rating Corresponding with IP rating
 

IP Code
Min. NEMA Enclosure rating to satisfy IP Code
IP20 1
IP54 3
IP65 4, 4X
IP67 6
IP68 6P

The table above indicates the minimum NEMA rating that satisfies a given IP code, but can only be used in that way, not to map IP to NEMA.[5]North American enclosure rating systems are defined in NEMA 250, UL 50, UL 508, and CSA C22.2 N°. 94.

For example, the PM800 series meter display has an IP rating of 52. Thus, it is Dust protected and can withstand Dripping water when tilted up to 15°.

 

NOTE: Below are some additional number for more specific applications.


Additional letters

The standard defines additional letters that can be appended to classify only the level of protection against access to hazardous parts by persons:

 

 

Level
Protected against access to hazardous parts with
A
Back of hand
B
Finger
C
Tool
D
Wire

Further letters can be appended to provide additional information related to the protection of the device:

 

Letter
Meaning
H
High voltage device
M
Device moving during water test
S
Device standing still during water test
W
Weather conditions

Mechanical impact resistance

An additional number has sometimes been used to specify the resistance of EQUIPMENT to mechanical impact. This mechanical impact is identified by the energy needed to qualify a specified resistance level, which is measured in joules (J). This has now been superseded by the separate IK number specified in EN 50102.

Although dropped from the 3rd edition of IEC 60529 onwards, and not present in the EN version, older enclosure specifications will sometimes be seen with an optional third IP digit denoting impact resistance. Newer PRODUCTS are likely to be given an IK rating instead. However there is not an exact correspondence of values between the old and new standards.

 

Dropped IP level
Impact energy
Equivalent drop mass and height
0
   
1
0.225 J 150 g dropped from 15 cm
2
0.375 J 250 g dropped from 15 cm
3
0.5 J 250 g dropped from 20 cm
5
2 J 500 g dropped from 40 cm
7
6 J 1.5 kg dropped from 40 cm
9
20 J 5.0 kg dropped from 40 cm
 
IK
number
Impact energy
(
joules )
Equivalent impact
00 Unprotected No test
01 0.15 Drop of 200 g object from 7.5 cm height
02 0.2 Drop of 200 g object from 10 cm height
03 0.35 Drop of 200 g object from 17.5 cm height
04 0.5 Drop of 200 g object from 25 cm height
05 0.7 Drop of 200 g object from 35 cm height
06 1 Drop of 500 g object from 20 cm height
07 2 Drop of 500 g object from 40 cm height
08 5 Drop of 1.7 kg object from 29.5 cm height
09 10 Drop of 5 kg object from 20 cm height
10 20 Drop of 5 kg object from 40 cm height

IP69K

German standard DIN 40050-9 extends the IEC 60529 rating system described above with an IP69K rating for high-pressure, high-temperature wash-down applications.[4] Such enclosures must not only be dust tight (IP6X), but also able to withstand high-pressure and steam cleaning.

The test specifies a spray nozzle that is fed with 80°C water at 810MPa (80100bar) and a flow rate of 1416L/min. The nozzle is held 105 cm from the tested device at angles of 0°, 30°, 60° and 90° for 30s each. The test device sits on a turntable that rotates once every 12s (5rpm).

The IP69K test specification was initially developed for road vehicles, especially those that need regular intensive cleaning (dump trucks, cement mixers, etc.), but also finds use in other areas (e.g., food industry, car wash centers).

 

 


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL205070 V1.0, Originally authored by MaTh on 04/13/2011, Last Edited by MaTh on 04/13/2011
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