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Flush Switch, 1 Gang, 1-Way/2-Way, 250VAC, 10A, Miniature Architrave

White Electric | Flush Switch, 1 Gang, 1-Way/2-Way, 250VAC, 10A, Miniature Architrave

Flush Switch, 1 Gang, 1-Way/2-Way, 250VAC, 10A, Miniature Architrave

Item Number: 30T-WE

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Specifications

Design

Sustainable offer status

Green Premium product

Range of product

Standard Series

Product brand

Clipsal

Physical

Switch function

  • 1-way
  • 2-way

Number of rocker

1

Device mounting

flush

Fixing mode

by screws

Local signalling

without

[Ue] rated operational voltage

250 V AC

Rated current

10 A

Marking

without marking

Actuator

rocker

REACh Regulation

Reference contains Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold

EU RoHS Directive

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

Device presentation

basic element with full cover plate

Others

Unit Type of Package 1

PCE

Number of Units in Package 1

1

Package 1 Weight

21.0 g

Package 1 Height

3 cm

Package 1 width

11.4 cm

Package 1 Length

9.7 cm

Unit Type of Package 2

BB1

Number of Units in Package 2

10

Package 2 Weight

0.262 kg

Package 2 Height

9 cm

Package 2 width

7.6 cm

Package 2 Length

17 cm

Unit Type of Package 3

CAR

Number of Units in Package 3

250

Package 3 Weight

7.0 kg

Package 3 Height

23.8 cm

Package 3 width

34.2 cm

Package 3 Length

39 cm
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What alternatives are there for SP333E models? What is the migration path?

Summary 

The SP333E was developed in 2013 as a special RTU model targeting the WWW industry. It is similar to the widely used SP334E. With the introduction of the SCADAPack 470 & 474, it is expected that the the SP333E will no longer be sold after 30th June 2021, since the new SP47x RTUs are more cost effective and are the latest series of RTUs. There are two simple and clear migration paths from the SP333E.

Note that all other SCADAPack 3xx models (such as the SP334E, SP357E, etc.) will continue to be commercially available for a period of at least 2 more years (as of March 2021).
 

Product(s) concerned

SCADAPack SP333E, all part numbers starting with and covered by TBUP333-Exxx-xxxxx
 

Solution

Substitution and Upgrade / Migration Paths for replacing the SP333E:

A.   Short-to-medium-term approach (Least Disruptive to the user):
Users can continue with the SCADAPack E-Series platform by simply substituting SP334E in place of SP333E. The SP333E is a subset of the SP334E and shares the same mechanical and electrical connections footprint. This makes substitution ultra-easy as this approach does not require any change to the existing SP333E Configuration files. The Schneider Electric R&D team have incorporated this modification to minimise any short-term inconvenience to present users of the SP333E; see details below:

To ensure continued, E-Configurator v8.18.1 adds a feature that allows the SCADAPack 334E to directly accept a configuration built for a SCADAPack 333E Smart RTU. This feature allows the SCADAPack 334E to be used as a drop-in replacement for the SP333E without the need to update and maintain new RTU configuration files or IEC 61131-3 logic (WorkBench6). 

As mentioned earlier, from a hardware product perspective, the SP334E will continue to be commercially available  for a period of at least 2 more years. 

Examples of direct drop-in substitutions:
TBUP333-Ex5x-ABx0S  (Existing 333E Part Number)    >     Continue on E-Series platform    >    TBUP334-Ex5x-ABx0S (Substitute 334E Part Number)


B.    Medium-to-longer-term term approach (Most Beneficial to the user):
Users can upgrade to the recently released SP474 SCADAPack device which is based on the proven and highly beneficial RemoteConnect Software platform.

The SP474 shares the same mechanical and electrical connections footprint as the SP333E, but additionally provides many more IOs, Serial Comms & Ethernet ports in the same package; and this is being offered at a considerably lower price point. This upgrade makes technical and economic sense  - a low-hanging fruit. 

Programs developed in WorkBench / IsaGraf for the logic execution on the SP333E will need to be rewritten using the Modicon Control Expert (UnityPro) Logic, which is an intrinsic part of the RemoteConnect Software. This RemoteConnect Software is a single integrated tool that is used for both Configuration and Logic Programming of the SCADAPack 474 RTU and is available to users at no cost.

This option is definitely the recommended path as it provides major benefits with minimal disruption. This platform is being developed further and going forward, users can readily expect the following benefits with this upgrade:
  • Enhanced Cybersecurity suite of features
  • Remotely program 3rd party devices connected to the SP474 through the DTM library
  • Enjoy peace of mind with a 15-year lifespan followed by a 7 year support period
  • Compelling features planned for release in late 2021 include modular IOs, Hot Standby RTU Redundancy, Web browsing,  and more...!
Examples of upgrade / migration part numbers for the SP474:
TBUP333-Ex5x-ABx0S (Existing 333E Part Number)      >       Upgrade to RemoteConnect x70 platform (free of charge)        > TBUP474-UC50-BB00S  (Substitute 474 Part Number)

See diagram below to assist further with SP333E to SP474 footprint and connections matching:
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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 EXN30T3H, 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. 


  

How many Watts is the batten lamp holder 530T capable of?

The batten lamp holder 530T is capable of up 750W
Some of its key features are:
  • 250V
  • With built-in fastening Ppugs and screws
  • Easily removable cover by 120 deg rotation and visual indicators
  • Front access to terminal slots allowing easy adjustment of terminals, even after installation
  • Built-in safety feature to ensure removable cover does not fall onto globe
  • Protection against accidental finger access to terminal slots
  • No exposed, unsightly mounting screwheads
  • AS 1939-1991 standard
For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=530T
 

 

Is the key to suit 30TKM available as spare part ?

The key is available as a special made to order part no 30TKMKEY

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Where do I find drawings for the most common EX Three Phase Ventilated Transformers, such as an EX75T3H?

Issue:
Drawings for common EX Transformers

Product Line:
LV Transformers

Environment:
Applies to Low Voltage Ventilated EX Transformers by SquareD/Schneider Electric

Cause:
Transformers for some applications require drawings

Resolution:
There is a Website set up for the purpose of obtaining Three Phase Ventilated EX Transformer drawings.  Drawings for common three phase EX type Transformers may be obtained by using this link:

https://www.schneider-electric.us/en/product-range-download/63362-doe-2016-square-d-energy-efficient-ex-transformers/?filter=business-4-electrical-distribution&parent-category-id=53700


 

How to Use Local Time in SCADAPack E RTU Logic Applications

Overview

The SCADAPack E RTU can operate using UTC or Standard Time in the RTU Real Time Clock. When using the DNP3 protocol, UTC time is the recommended industry practice. When using UTC time, some logic applications may require local time and/or daylight savings time. The SCADAPack E RTU has the ability to display local time and control if daylight savings time needs to be applied

SCADAPack E Configuration

UTC & Standard Time

When UTC Time is set in the SCADAPack E RTU real time clock, the Time Offset from UTC system point (float system point 63201) should be set appropriately (as per the installation of the RTU). Where Standard Time is set in the RTU real time clock, the Time Offset from UTC should be set to zero.

The Time Offsett from UTC system point 63201 can be found on the General -> Controller Settings property page of SCADAPack E Configurator.

Summer Time

If summer time activities are required, it is not necessary to adjust the RTU Real Time Clock. Rather, the Time Zone Modifier system point (binary system point 50302) can be activated. This system point is also known as Apply Daylight Savings point. Setting this point is the responsibility of the SCADA Master or a combination of information from the SCADA Master and a user-created logic program.

The Time Zone Modifier selects summer time on the RTU when the binary system point is active. The RTU immediately adjusts for summer time upon receiving a control message from the SCADA Master to set the point.

When Summer Time is selected, certain RTU facilities receive local information from the RTU based on Standard Time + 1.0 Hours. When summer time is not selected, these facilities receive standard time.

Example


In the example below the RTU is located in Ottawa, Canada. The date is September 30th, 2015 UTC time is 8:14pm. Daylight Savings time is enforced, thus binary point 50302 is enabled from the SCADA Host. The Configuration is set to have a UTC time offset of -5. The TIMEDATE block in SCADAPack Workbench CAM5 will return the local time values. DNP3 events are still generated using UTC time, the SCADA host is configured for UTC time, yet logic can execute using local time. The adjustment of daylight savings time is facilitated using binary output point 50302 twice a year.


Time Presentation


Except where noted below, RTU facilities use UTC or Standard time (e.g. RTU Real Time Clock, Trends, and DNP3 Time-stamps).

Summer Time (Daylight Savings) corrected time only affects RTU sub-systems that use Local Time. The following table indicates which SCADAPack E RTU facilities use Local times (UTC offset and Daylight Savings / Summer time adjusted) or UTC / Standard (Summer time independent) times.

RTU Facilities Using UTC or STANDARD Time
(Independent of Summer Time
RTU Facilities Using LOCAL Time
(Adjusted for UTC offset and Daylight Savings Time)
RTU Real Time ClockProfiler Task
Trend sample time-stampsISaGRAF TIMEDATE Function Block
DNP3, IEC60870-5 protocol event time-stampsISaGRAF LOC_TIME Function Block
ISaGRAF OS_TIME FunctionISaGRAF DAY_TIME Function
Times shown in RTU diagnostics 

More Examples

Example 1 – SCADAPack E RTU clock set to UTC time, Daylight Savings not applied
UTC Time = 11:15:10.5
Time Offset to UTC = 10.0 hours
Apply Daylight Savings = NO
· Trend samples, DNP3 events, RTU diagnostics indicate 11:15:10.5
· ISaGRAF OS_TIME returns seconds since Jan 1, 1970 UTC
· Profiler control time = 21:15:10.5
· ISaGRAF LOC_TIME & TIMEDATE function block indicates 21:15:10
· ISaGRAF DAY_TIME function indicates 21:15:10
Example 2 – SCADAPack E RTU clock set to UTC time, Daylight Savings applied
UTC Time = 11:15:10.5
Time Offset to UTC = 10.0 hours
Apply Daylight Savings = YES
· Trend samples, DNP3 events, RTU diagnostics indicate 11:15:10.5
· ISaGRAF OS_TIME function returns seconds since Jan 1, 1970 UTC
· Profiler control time = 22:15:10.5
· ISaGRAF LOC_TIME & TIMEDATE function block indicates 22:15:10
· ISaGRAF DAY_TIME function indicates 22:15:10
Example 3 – SCADAPack E RTU clock set to Standard time, Daylight Savings not applied
RTU Time = 11:15:10.5
Time Offset to UTC = 0.0 hours
Apply Daylight Savings = NO
· Trend samples, DNP3 events, RTU diagnostics indicate 11:15:10.5
· ISaGRAF OS_TIME returns seconds to 11:15:10 since Jan 1, 1970 standard time
· Profiler control time = 11:15:10.5
· ISaGRAF LOC_TIME & TIMEDATE function block indicates 11:15:10
· ISaGRAF DAY_TIME function indicates 11:15:10
Example 4 – SCADAPack E RTU clock set to Standard time, Daylight Savings applied
RTU Time = 11:15:10.5
Time Offset to UTC = 0.0 hours
Apply Daylight Savings = YES
· Trend samples, DNP3 events, RTU diagnostics indicate 11:15:10.5
· ISaGRAF OS_TIME returns seconds to 11:15:10 since Jan 1, 1970 standard time
· Profiler control time = 12:15:10.5
· ISaGRAF LOC_TIME & TIMEDATE function block indicates 12:15:10
· ISaGRAF DAY_TIME function indicates 12:15:10

More Details

To read more about UTC Time vs. Standard time in SCADAPack E, please consult the Reference Manual which may be selected from the Help menu of the E Configurator.

 
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