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Grommet, Suit 2.5sqmm Ordinary Duty Flexible Cord with Clamp

White Electric | Grommet, Suit 2.5sqmm Ordinary Duty Flexible Cord with Clamp

Grommet, Suit 2.5sqmm Ordinary Duty Flexible Cord with Clamp

Item Number: 38-WE

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Specifications

Design

Range of product

Standard Series

Product brand

Clipsal

Product or component type

grommet

Sustainable offer status

Green Premium product

Physical

Depth

30 mm

Length

25 mm

Width

21 mm

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

Others

Unit Type of Package 1

PCE

Number of Units in Package 1

1

Package 1 Weight

0.03 kg

Package 1 Height

30 mm

Package 1 width

21 mm

Package 1 Length

25 mm
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What are the coil voltage codes for the LC1D115 / LC2D115 and LC1D150 / LC2D150 TeSys contactor?

Issue:
LC1D115-150 Coil voltages options

Product Line:
Contactors and Starters-IEC

Environment:
Tesys D Contactors

Resolution:
The following list the more common voltage suffix codes for these product lines.  For a more comprehensive list and to determine compatibility with a given product, refer to the catalog below.

Note 1: LC1D150 contactors are only available with *7 coil codes.
Note 2: Coil Code ending number represents frequency rating as follows:
5 = 50 Hertz
6 = 60 Hertz
7 = 50/60 Hertz

AC Volts ___Code                DC Volts ___Code
24 ___ B5 or B6 or B7          12 ___ Not Avail.        
42 ___ D5 or D7                   24 ___ BD
48 ___ E5 or E6 or E7          36 ___ CD
110 ___ F5 or F6 or F7         48 ___ ED
115 ___ FE5 or FE7             60 ___ ND
120 ___ G6 or G7                72 ___ SD
127 ___ FC5 or FC7            110 ___ FD
208 ___ L6 or LE7               125 ___ GD
220 ___ M5 or M6 or M7       220 ___ MD
230 ___ P5 or P7                 250 ___ UD
240 ___ U5 or U6 or U7        440 ___ RD
277 ___ W6 or UE7                
380 ___ Q5 or Q6 or Q7                
400 ___ V5 or V7                
415 ___ N5 or N7                
440 ___ R5 or R6 or R7                
480 ___ T6 or T7                
500 ___ S5 or S7                


 

Will the accessories used for the GV3ME06 through GV3ME63 work with the GV3ME80?

Issue:
Accessories used on GV3ME06 - 63

Product Line:
IEC Contactors and starters

Environment:
GV3 manual motor starters, IEC

Resolution:
The standard GV3 accessories will work on this device.

What is the coil consumption or burden for the Tesys LC*D** contactors? 09 through 38

Issue:
Coil consumption or burden for the Tesys LC1D/2D contactors from 9A - 38A

Product Line: 
Contactors and Starters - IEC

Environment:
Tesys D Contactors 

Resolution:
All AC coils for the LC1D09 through LC1D38 3-pole contactors ( including ring tongue, quick connect and spring terminal versions ) have an inrush of 70 volt-amps for either 50 or 60 Hertz applications, and a sealed value of 7 volt-amps for 50Hertz applications or 7.5 volt-amps for 60 Hertz applications.

What is the catalog number for a Kirk Key Lock plus provision for the Masterpact NW breaker?

Issue:
Selection of key interlock and provisions for the Masterpact NW circuit breaker.

Product Line:
Masterpact NW

Resolution:
The Masterpact NW breaker requires 1 or 2, p/n: KC40---10 (type CN22).  
Order directly from Kirk:  
 Kirk Key Interlock, 9048 Meridian Circle NW, North Canton, OH  44720
Toll free: (800)438-2442, Phone: (234)209-9301, Fax: (330)497-4400
www.kirkkey.com

Field Installable Provisions;
Provision for 2 Locks on Cradle: S48565 (Install Bulletin 48049-156-02)
Provision for 2 Locks on Breaker: S48542 (Install Bulletin 48049-197-02)

Can also order Lock with provision (part numbers below):

S48923 is one Kirk Key lock for cradle locking
S48924 is two Kirk Key locks (keyed alike) for cradle locking
S48925 is two Kirk Key locks (keyed differently) for cradle locking
S48945 is one Kirk Key lock for circuit breaker locking
S48946 is two Kirk Key locks (keyed alike) for circuit breaker locking
S48947 is two Kirk Key locks (keyed differently) for circuit breaker locking

A lock order form must be submitted with the order. See 0613DB1607 for this order form. 

Link to catalog:

https://www.schneider-electric.us/en/download/document/0613DB1607/
 

What size fuses are used in the ATS48 for the control circuit going to CL1 and CL2?

Issue:
ATS48 fuse size for circuit control going to CL1 and CL2

Product Line:
Altistart 48, ATS48

Environment:
All open style units.  All models, All Serial numbers.

Cause:
Selection of Fuses.

Resolution:

ATS48D17Y and ATS48D22Y we recommend Class CC 600V 0.5 A fuses.

ATS48D32Y, ATS48D38Y, ATS48D47Y, ATS48D62Y, ATS48D75Y, ATS48D88Y, ATS48C11Y, ATS48C14Y, and ATS48C17Y we recommend Class CC 600V 0.6 A fuses.

ATS48C21Y, ATS48C24Y, and ATS48C32Y we recommend Class CC 600V 1.0 A fuses.

ATS48C41Y, ATS48C48Y, ATS48C59Y, ATS48C66Y, ATS48C79Y, ATS48M10Y and ATS48M12Y we recommend Class CC 600V, 1.5 A fuses.

Information provided in Table 31 page 83) of document S1A37491 Altistart 48 Y-range Soft Start Controllers Instruction Bulletin.

Where can I find information on the AMS (Alternate Maintenance Settings) switch, including the purpose, installation, testing, and troubleshooting? Can I install AMS onto an existing breaker?

Issue:
What is the function of the AMS switch, and how should it be installed and tested, and how can you troubleshoot it if it doesn't work properly

Product Line:
Circuit Breakers

Resolution:
The AMS solution has been superceded by the ERMS solution.  The following information pertains to the old AMS system.

Purpose:
The AMS switch temporarily eliminates the short-time delay setting of the circuit breaker and provides a circuit protection system with two modes: a normal mode and a maintenance mode (in which potential arc flash energy is reduced).
In normal mode, the upstream circuit breaker acts in accordance with the settings provided in the electronic trip unit that provides selective coordination of the electrical distribution system.
In maintenance mode, the upstream circuit breaker disregards the preset time-delay and operates to clear the fault condition with no intentional short-time delay. In this mode, the upstream circuit breaker responds as a ZSI circuit breaker that fails to receive a restraint signal, as described previously. By responding quickly to an arcing fault, incident energy is reduced. However, selective coordination is not preserved when the AMS is in maintenance mode.

Installation
The AMS switch is designed to be factory installed in Switchboard and Switchgear. It could also have been installed in the field but it required a breaker with an A, P, or H trip unit and purchase of the following:
  • Restraint Interface Module (RIM), catalog number S48890 (120 Vac/24 Vdc) or S48895 (240 Vac/24 Vdc).
  • Kit 84957 (label and components for required switches; includes the following
    -Instruction Bulletin NHA40218
    -AMS nameplate (80298-173-01)
    -AMS danger label (NHA41456)
    -C&KJ AMS push button (KM3301RR05Q) (button used for testing)
  • The following parts were ordered separately:
    -RIM (S48890)
    -Switch with blue indicator light (9001K11J38LLL)
    -Switch contact block (9001KA3)
    -Padlock attachment (9001K7)
    -Remote Pilot Light (the bulletin shows 9001KP1L9 or 9001KP35L9 but they use whatever they want)
See attachment for installation instructions. 

Testing:
See attached bulletin for testing instructions.

Troubleshooting:
Ensure wiring is correct and all components are functioning properly.

Related documentation:
• Reducing Fault Stress with Zone-Selective Interlocking (Document No. 0600DB0001)
• Guide to Power System Selective Coordination 600 V and Below  (Document No. 0100DB0603)
• Alternate Maintenance Setting (AMS) Switch Handout (Document No. 8998HO1001)
• Arc Flash Reduction Systems—Are They Always a Good Idea? (Document No. 0600DB0901)
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