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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Specifications

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

Others

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 750/755 "Error Loading Video" message in Internet Explorer

      Issue:
      NetBotz 750/755 "Error Loading Video, Try Again" message in Internet Explorer

      Product Line:
      NetBotz

      Environment:
      NBRK0750, NBWL0755 potentially any firmware
      Internet Explorer

      Cause:
      Internet Explorer does not properly load the NetBotz video window.

      Resolution:
      Future firmware revisions of NetBotz firmeare will be tested in Internet Explorer however to get images with NetBotz version 5.1 and 5.2 firmware,
      please use a different web browser. Firefox and Chrome appear to have no issues loading this video stream.
       

      StruxureWare Data Center Expert shows duplicate sensors with values as "Unplugged" for NetBotz 750/755

      Issue:
      StruxureWare Data Center Expert (DCE) shows duplicate sensors with values as "Unplugged" for NetBotz 750/755 after reset of the NetBotz unit

      Product Line:
      NetBotz

      Environment:
      StruxureWare Data Center Expert (DCE)
      NetBotz NBRK0750 / NBWL0755
      Potentially any version.


      Cause:
      When a NetBotz 5 discovers devices plugged into it or into Pods plugged into it, each device is given a unique identifier in the database. This identifier is used as part of the algorithm to generate the sensor's unique OID in the MIB. DCE walks the MIB and stores the sensors and their state. If the device has a factory reset run on it however, the database is deleted and along with all of the sensor IDs. As the sensors get rediscovered they end up in the database but will generally have different IDs. When DCE walks the MIB it sees the new sensors and values and they are displayed in DCE. However, it knows of the old sensors so it treats them as unplugged.

      Resolution:
      It is suggested that you remove the appliance from DCE prior to resetting the appliance. Once reset, re-add the NetBotz to DCE.
       

      Can not launch to web page of NetBotz 750/755 residing on DCE private LAN.

      Issue:
      Can not launch to NetBotz 750/755 on DCE private LAN.

      Product Line:
      StruxureWare Data Center Expert
      NetBotz

      Environment:
      StruxureWare Data Center Expert (DCE) 7.8 and earlier
      NetBotz 750, 755 (NBRK0750 / NBWL0755) Firmware 5.2.2 and earlier

      Cause:
      When launching to a NetBotz 750 or 755 that resides on the private LAN of DCE from a computer that resides on the public LAN of DCE, Launch fails to properly connect and allow access to the web page of the NetBotz device

      Resolution:
      This is a known issue currently being looked into by our engineering teams. It is planned to be resolved in future revisions of NetBotz and DCE.
      NetBotz information should still properly appear in DCE and surveillance images should also have no issue. This only affects device launch.
      If access to the NetBotz web page is required, you will need to either connect your computer to the DCE private LAN and launch directly or put the NetBotz device on the DCE public LAN.

      No more information is available at this time.
       

      NetBotz 700 Series | Motion alerts in DCE do not contain camera images

      Issue:
      NetBotz 750/755 Motion alerts in DCE do not contain camera images

      Product Line
      NetBotz 700 Series
      - NetBotz Wall Monitor 755 (NBWL0755)
      - NetBotz Rack Monitor 750 (NBRK0750)

      Environment:
      StruxureWare DCE (Version 7.7 and above)
      NBRK0750 or NBWL0755 (Version 5.2 firmware)
      NBPD0165 Camera Pod 

      Cause:
      NetBotz 750 / 755 devices are discovered as SNMP devices and as such, their alerts in DCE are treated as any other SNMP device would be.

      Resolution:

      With StruxureWare DCE 7.7 and NetBotz "Botzware" (firmware) version 5.2 surveillance is enabled. If a camera motion alert is sent to DCE (or another alert configured to capture images), the images will show up in the surveillance view. If the camera is also configured for surveillance at the same time, these images will be merged by DCE. The images will not appear in the alert window of the monitoring pane the way previous NetBotz alerts would contain images.

      Please note that the NetBotz 165 camera pod must be enabled for surveillance to show these images.
      Please also note that the images will in no way be directly linked to the alert, you will need to search for the images based on the timeframe of the known alert.
       

      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.
       

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