General Accessories Screws, Bugle Head, Self Drilling Point, 8 X 75mm, Jar 80

General Accessories Screws, Bugle Head, Self Drilling Point, 8 X 75mm, Jar 80

General Accessories Screws, Bugle Head, Self Drilling Point, 8 X 75mm, Jar 80

Item Number: 357/75J

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Design

Product brand

Clipsal

Physical

Length

75 mm

Screwdriver shape

Philips

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

ENVPEP060307EN

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Screw gauge

8g

Shape of screw head

  • pozidriv No 2
  • bugle head
    • Screw type

      self drilling

      Size of screw head

      9 mm

      Unit Type of Package 1

      PCE

      Number of Units in Package 1

      1

      Package 1 Weight

      508.5 g

      Package 1 Height

      113 mm

      Package 1 width

      66 mm

      Package 1 Length

      66 mm
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      What is the part number for the bitsa box?

      The part number for the bitsa box is 357TB.
      Some of the key features are:
      • Tool boxes
      • 12 compartment transparent box with assorted screws, screws and quantities included
      • Includes: 357WF30 (100), 357/20 (150), 357WH12 (350), 357P30 (200), 357P20 (300), 357WH25 (100), 357PH50 (50), 357/63 (50), 357WHP32 (100), 357PH45 (100), 357/35 (100), 357/40 (100)
      For further information please visit www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=357TB


       

      NetBotz Room Monitor 355/455 POE Power Specifications

      Issue:

      NetBotz Room Monitor 355/455 POE Power Specifications

      Product Line:

      NetBotz

      Environment:

      NetBotz Version 3 using POE

      Cause:

      POE specifications

      Resolution:

      The NetBotz 355 and 455 are Class 0 POE devices.

      The IEEE standard 802.3 for supplying power over Ethernet allows the device providing power to use a voltage between 36–57 V DC. The nominal voltage is 48 V with a current of 10–400 mA, subject to a maximum load power of 15.40 Watts.
       

      NetBotz | Do NetBotz support BACnet Integration?

      Issue
      Do NetBotz appliances support BACNET Integration?

      Product Line
      NetBotz 700 Series
      - NetBotz Rack Monitor 750 (NBRK0750)
      NetBotz 300-500 Series (v3)
      - Wall Appliance: 355/356 (NBWL0355/6) & 455/456 (NBWL0455/6)
      - Rack Appliance: 450/451 (NBRK0450/1), 550 (NBRK0550), & 570 (NBRK0570)
      NetBotz 200 Series
      - NetBotz Rack Monitor 250
      - NetBotz Rack Monitor 200

      Environment
      NetBotz 200, 300-500, & 700 Series (all versions)
      BMS (BACnet Integration)

      Resolution

      BACnet Integration is not currently supported by any Netbotz devices / appliances. NetBotz v3 (355, 450, 455, 550, & 570) & NetBotz 250 appliances do offer a Modbus output option.

      NetBotz 300-500 Series | SNMP MIB File

      Issue:
      SNMP MIB for NetBotz Version 2 and 3 Appliances

      Product Line:
      NetBotz 300-500 Series Version 3
      v3 Wall Appliance: 355/356 (NBWL0355/6) & 455/456 (NBWL0455/6)
      v3 Rack Appliance: 450/451 (NBRK0450/1), 550 (NBRK0550), & 570 (NBRK0570)

      Environment:
      NetBotz v2/v3 (all versions)

      Resolution:

      The SNMP MIB for NetBotz Appliances can be downloaded from the NetBotz Appliance itself by accessing the following URL:

      For version 3:
      https://ip_address_of_appliance/netbotzv3.mib

      For version 2:
      https://ip_address_of_appliance/netbotzv2.mib

       

      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.
       

      NetBotz v3 | Serial connection issues

      Issue:
      Issues connecting serially to a v3 NetBotz appliance.

      Product Line:
      NetBotz v3 Wall Appliance: 355/356 (NBWL0355/6) & 455/456 (NBWL0455/6)
      NetBotz v3 Rack Appliance: 450/451 (NBRK0450/1), 550 (NBRK0550), & 570 (NBRK0570)

      Environment:
      NetBotz v3 (all versions)

      Cause:
      NetBotz version 3 appliances have integrated USB to serial adapters to allow connecting to the appliance using a USB-A to USB-B cable.  The USB connection to the appliance may not work properly without installing the required FTDI serial driver first.

      Resolution:

      Download and Install the driver from FTDI
      Issues with USB 3.0 Ports from some manufacturers
       
      Download and Install the driver from FTDI

      1) Navigate to https://www.ftdichip.com/Drivers/VCP.htm
      2) Download the driver as a setup executable.


      3) Once downloaded run the setup executable to install the necessary drivers.
      4) The USB cable may need to be unplugged and plugged back in to establish the proper serial connection.
      5) There should now be an entry for a USB Serial communication port under Ports (COM & LPT).
       
      Issues with Windows 7 USB 3.0 ports with FTDI driver

      After installing the correct driver, the NetBotz Appliance may still show as an unknown device within the device manager when using a USB 3.0 port on a Windows 7 system.  To allow the driver to work properly, connect to the appliance using a USB 2.0 port. More information about the issue can be found on the FTDI site here:
      https://www.ftdichip.com/Support/Documents/TechnicalNotes/TN_152_USB_3.0_Compatibility_Issues_Explained.pdf
       

      NetBotz v3 | How do I enable/disable SNMP?

      Issue:
      Issues connecting serially to a v3 NetBotz appliance.

      Product Line:
      NetBotz v3 Wall Appliance: 355/356 (NBWL0355/6) & 455/456 (NBWL0455/6)
      NetBotz v3 Rack Appliance: 450/451 (NBRK0450/1), 550 (NBRK0550), & 570 (NBRK0570)

      Environment:
      NetBotz v3 (all versions)
      NetBotz v2 (all verisons)

      Resolution:

      Enable SNMP on a v3 NetBotz Appliance

      1) Download and install the Advanced View Application.  Instructions for download can be found in knowledge base FA230223.
      NOTE: If Advanced View is already installed, skip step 1.

      2) Log into your NetBotz appliance as an administrator using the Advanced View application.

      3) Select the Configuration tab and then under Appliance Settings navigate into SNMP.

      4) Check the box for Enable SNMP agent.

      5) Fill out the information within Version 1/Version 2c or Version 3 tabs.
      NOTE: SNMPv3 settings are based on user profiles.  For user profile configuration see knowledge base FA323442.

      6) Select OK to save the settings.


      Disabling SNMP 

      1) Download and install the Advanced View Application.  Instructions for download can be found in knowledge base FA230223.
      NOTE: If Advanced View is already installed, skip step 1.

      2) Log into your NetBotz appliance as an administrator using the Advanced View application.

      3) Select the Configuration tab and then under Appliance Settings navigate into SNMP.

      4) Uncheck the box for Enable SNMP agent.
      NOTE: Specific SNMP portocol versions can not be individually enabled/disabled.  SNMP is either enabled/disabled as a whole protocol.

      6) Select OK to save the settings.

      HTTP and HTTPS turned off by default on NetBotz 4.7

      Issue:
      Due to security requirements HTTP and HTTPS are disabled by default on NetBotz 4.7.

      Product Line:
      NetBotz v3 Wall Appliance: 355/356 (NBWL0355/6) & 455/456 (NBWL0455/6)
      NetBotz v3 Rack Appliance: 450/451 (NBRK0450/1), 550 (NBRK0550), & 570 (NBRK0570)

      Environment:
      NetBotz v3 (4.7 and higher)

      Cause:
      With the introduction of new California State legislation (SB-327), which comes into effect from January 1st, 2020, any manufacturer of a device that connects “directly or indirectly” to the internet must equip it with “reasonable” security features, designed to prevent unauthorized access, modification, or information dis-closure. APC by Schneider Electric (APC) network-enabled devices firmware is updating in compliance with this legislation. Please note that the NetBotz can still get a DHCP address but without first logging in serially, you can not add it to StruxureWare DCE or log in through the web.

      Resolution:

      The following are the overview of changes which will come into effect with this new Botzware 4.7.0 version. Please note that this applies on a newly deployed or newly reset to default appliance. These changes are not going to affect a unit that is currently configured and is simply being upgraded to 4.7

      WEB access will be OFF by default.  It will be required to login via the USB console (serial session) using root/apc and define a new password.

      You will then be able to login using a web browser via HTTPS (https://Netbotz_IP) with the following credentials:
           Username: apc
           Password: defined during initial console configuration


      Note: The serial config utility no longer works with v4.7 and higher.  This is due to the fact that it can not process the new password requirement.

      The new password update will look similar to the below listing:


      Warning: system login through this interface without direction

      from NetBotz Support will void your warranty.

      netbotzDD3A7B login: root

      Password:

      Linux (none) 2.6.12 #307 Tue Jul 9 12:11:47 EDT 2019 ppc unknown
       

      Welcome to NetBotz BotzWare V4.7.0

      ***************************************************************************

      * To increase security, initial access to new NetBotz appliances has been *

      * limited to this command console. *

      * Once the Root password is set here, you can access the WEB UI and *

      * use Advanced View and Data Center Expert to configure the appliance. *

      * Only HTTPS (TCP port 443) will be enabled at that time *

      ***************************************************************************

      New password:

      Retype new password:

      NetBotz v3 | How do I manage user credentials and login alerting?

      Issue:
      Process for configuring user credentials and login alerting on a version 3 NetBotz appliance.

      Product Line:
      NetBotz v3 Wall Appliance: 355/356 (NBWL0355/6) & 455/456 (NBWL0455/6)
      NetBotz v3 Rack Appliance: 450/451 (NBRK0450/1), 550 (NBRK0550), & 570 (NBRK0570)

      Environment:
      NetBotz v3 (all versions)

      Resolution:

      TIP: 
      To ensure security, change the default Administrator account User name and Password.
      NOTE: The Guest and Administrator Accounts are permanent and cannot be removed. Their settings can be modified.
      NOTE: If you give the Guest account any set of privileges other than "None", you are effectively giving unauthenticated users access to the features of the device. The security of the appliance's network should be considered before taking this step.

      Accessing User Settings
      Editing an Existing User
      Creating a New User
      Login Alerting Settings
       
      Accessing User Settings

      1) Log into the NetBotz appliance using the Advanced View application.
      NOTE: For instructions on downloading Advanced View, see knowledge base FA230223.

      2) Select the Configuration tab.

      3) Under Appliance Settings, double-click into Users.
       
      Editing an Existing User

      1) Select a user from the list and click Edit.
      NOTE: The default Guest and Administrator Accounts are permanent and cannot be removed. Their settings can be modified, with the exception of the Administrator account's privilege set.

      2) The following information can be edited:
      - Name: Descriptive name that displays in the Users list.
      - User Name: Username used for authentication.
      - Password (Verify Password): Password used in combination with the User Name for authentication.

      3) Click OK to save the changes.
       
      Creating a New User

      1) Select Add below the Users list.

      2) Provide the following information:
      Name:  Descriptive name that displays in the Users list.
      - User Name: Username used for authentication.
      - Password (Verify Password): Password used in combination with the User Name for authentication.

      3) Chose a Privilege Set (Listed below) from the drop down list and then click OK.
      Privilege Set Description
      Administrator Gives user access to all information and configuration icons.
      Application Gives user access to only the Navigation, Sensor Data, and selected portions of the Information/Action panes. User accounts configured with the Application privilege set can view the Cameras, Graphs, Alerts, and About panes.
      Application (with Alert Update) Gives user access to only the Navigation, Sensor Data, and selected portions of the Information/Action panes.
      The user can also resolve alert conditions for thresholds that are configured with the Return-To-Normal Requires User Input setting in their Advanced Settings. This privilege set does not permit access to the configuration pane.
      Sensor Gives user access to only the Navigation, Sensor Data, and selected portions of the Information/Action panes. User accounts configured with the Sensor privilege set can view the Cameras, Graphs, and About panes.
      This privilege set does not permit access to the Alerts pane, or to the Appliance Log, Change Root Password, and Reboot Appliance Tool menu selections.
      Sensor (No Camera) Gives user access to only the Navigation, Sensor Data, and selected portions of the Information/Action panes. User accounts configured with the Sensor (No Camera) privilege set can view Graphs and About panes.
      This privilege set does not permit access to the Cameras pane, Alerts pane, Configuration pane, or to the Appliance Log, Change Root Password, and Reboot Appliance Tool menu selections.
      None Does not permit access to any of the appliance features.
       
      Login Alerting Settings

      Login failure alert severity can be set to any of the following: None, Informational, Warning, Error, Critical, or Failure (default).

      Login failure alert profile to can set to any of the defined alert profiles to provide a login failure security email.

      Data Center Expert | Discovering a NetBotz 300-500 Series Appliance

      Issue:
      Process to discover a NetBotz 300, 400, or 500 series appliance into StruxureWare Data Center Expert.

      Product Line
      StruxureWare Data Center Expert (DCE)
           - Basic Appliance (AP9465)
           - Standard Appliance (AP9470)
           - Enterprise Appliance (AP9475)
           - Virtual Appliance (AP94VMACT)
      StruxureWare Central (SWC)
      InfraStruXure Central (ISXC)
      NetBotz v3 Wall Appliance: 355/356 (NBWL0355/6) & 455/456 (NBWL0455/6)
      NetBotz v3 Rack Appliance: 450/451 (NBRK0450/1), 550 (NBRK0550), & 570 (NBRK0570)

      Environment:
      StruxureWare Data Center Expert (all versions)
      NetBotz 300-500 Series Appliance (all firmware versions)

      Resolution:

      Discovering a NetBotz 300-500 Series Appliance

      1) Log into the DCE Desktop Client using an Administrator account.

      2) Device menu > Add Devices...

      3) Select the Device Discovery Type of NetBotz Appliance and click Next.

      4) Enter the IP or the IP Range. IP Range can be expressed using wildcards (10.10.10.*) or dashes (10.10.10.1-99).
      NOTE: It is recommended to limit the number of IPs that are scanned.  The larger the number of IPs that need to be scanned will lead to longer device discovery times.

      5) Enter the Port that the NetBotz Appliance is configured to use.  Default for HTTP is 80.  Default for HTTPS is 443.

      6) Select the Security Mode for your setup.

      7) Click on the NetBotz Appliance Credentials button.

      8) Ensure that there is an entry for the credentials of the NetBotz Appliance.  These credentials are used by all NetBotz 300-500 & 700 series appliances for communication to DCE.  Changing the credentials of an existing line item could affect communication between another NetBotz Appliance and DCE. Click OK once finished to return to the Device Discovery screen and then click Next.

      9) Select the Device Group to discover the NetBotz Appliance into and then click Next.

      10) If this is a discovery that you would like to re-run on a weekly basis, select the check box for Enable Discovery Scheduling, check a box for a day, and set the discovery time.
      NOTE: This is usually used if you would like to scan a specific subnet for added devices that utilize the same credentials as defined within the discovery settings.
      NOTE: It is not recommended to use this option with an extremely large IP range due to the amount of system resources it takes to run such a large discovery.

      11) Check the Box for Run Discovery Now and click Finish.

      12) The Saved Discoveries pane will appear (may already have been on the screen).  Within the list, find your discovery, wait for the Activity status to go to Idle.  The Last Rune date should have a valid date/time within it.
      NOTE: If the Last Rune date says Never, the check box was not checked in step 11.  Right-click on the line and click Run to run the discovery now.

      13) If the discovery was successful, the device will show within: Monitoring Perspective > Select Group within Device Groups > Device View pane.
      NOTE: If you are unable to locate the device, click on All Devices within the Device Groups pane, and then search for the IP address within the Device View Pane.

      If the device is still not listed, the device discovery was unsuccessful, proceed to Troubleshooting NetBotz Appliance 300-500 Series Device Discovery.
      Troubleshooting NetBotz 300-500 Series Discovery

      1) Log into DCE's web interface and click on Status in the upper-right.

      2) Under Additional Information select Troubleshoot Network and click Submit.

      3) Under Function select Ping.  Enter the IP Address of the NetBotz Appliance under Target Host and click Submit.

      4) If the packet loss within the ping statistics section is at 100%, DCE is unable to ping the NetBotz Appliance over the network.  This usually indicates that the IP Address used is not active on the network.
      NOTE: Your network team should be able to tell you if ICMP traffic is blocked on the network, but on most networks it is available for use.

      Example of a successful ping:


      Example of an unsuccessful ping:
      5) Download and install the Advanced View Application.  Instructions for this can be found in knowledge base FA230223.

      6) Log into the NetBotz Appliance using the Advanced View Application.  If you are unable to log in, follow the steps in knowledge base FA308010 to set an IP address on the appliance.

      7) Under Appliance Settings, double-click on Network Interfaces.

      8) Verify that the Subnet mask and gateway are correct and click OK.
      NOTE: The IP Address listed is used during the discovery section, but an incorrect subnet mask or gateway can prevent certain network communication.

      9) Under Appliance Settings, double-click on Web Server.

      10) Ensure that the desired port and protocols are selected and click OK.
      NOTE: These should correlate to the Port and Security Mode used for the device discovery.

      11) Follow the steps again in the Discovering a NetBotz 300-500 Series Appliance section.