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Flush Switch, 1 Gang, 250VAC, 10A, Architrave, 3 Position

White Electric | Flush Switch, 1 Gang, 250VAC, 10A, Architrave, 3 Position

Flush Switch, 1 Gang, 250VAC, 10A, Architrave, 3 Position

Item Number: 39-WE

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Specifications

Design

Range of product

Standard Series

Product brand

Clipsal

Sustainable offer status

Green Premium product

Physical

Device presentation

basic element with full cover plate

Switch function

  • 2-way
  • 1-way

Number of rocker

1

Device mounting

flush

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

Others

Package 1 Weight

0.040 kg
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What type of overload comes with the GV2, GV3 and GV7 manual starter and protector?

Issue:
GV Manual Motor Starter and Overloads' class

Product Line:
GV type Tesys  manual starters.

Environment:
Tesys manual starters

Cause:
Determination of overload type furnished with the Tesys GV manul motor starters.

Resolution:
The overloads supplied with the GV2, GV3 and GV7 manual starters are Class 10, ambient compensated bimetallic.  

What can cause an E-19 on an ATV212 drive?

Issue:
E-19 on display

Product Line:
ATV212

Environment:
All models and serial numbers

Cause:
Communication error between control CPU's

Resolution:
This is a CPU Communications Error
Check the environment (electromagnetic Compatibility)
Power down and after the display is blank, remove all control wiring and then reapply power and see if the fault returns.
Check that no external +24v supply is connected to the control terminals.
Open the door and check all the inner connections.
Power cycle the drive and if the fault returns, the drive appears to be inoperative.
 


 

Can the ATV212 be set up for Automatic Restart after a power outage when the drive is in local control mode?

Issue:
Setting  ATV212  for Automatic Restart after a power outage, when the drive is in local control mode.

Product Line:
 Altivar ATV212 S-flex Sflex 212 Sflex 21

Environment:
 All

Cause:
 The drive is not restarting in after a power outage while running in local mode.

Resolution: 
The drive will not reset after a power outage when it's in local mode.  You will need to push the Run button again to start the drive.
If you want an automatic restart after a power outage, consider using a 2-wire dry contact for starting on the terminal inputs.

What is the ‘Clip’ used to hold the MN (undervoltage) or MX (shunt) coil in new ComPacT NSX 400-630 range?

Please see below from the Instruction Sheet (Doc Ref. NNZ4291701) for MN/MX coils in the new ComPacT NSX (Catalogue Doc Ref. LVPED221001EN) range.

MN MX Coil


This a new part / clip in the new ComPacT NSX range breaker frame. Please note that this part does not exist as a spare part.

There wasn’t anything like this in the old Compact NSX (Catalogue Doc Ref. LVPED217032EN) version coils and it has been developed for the new range to improve the installation of the coil and help to fix it in the block and prevent from any movement.

If you have an old Compact NSX frame with new range MN/MX coils, this part is not mandatory.
 

I am not able to operate my Smart Plug on Wiser 1 EER models

Issue:
Customer can not operate the Wiser switch devices on the Wiser web portal.  This problem can apply to any of the 3 switch devices: smart plug, load control relay, large load controller.  

Product Line:
Wiser Home Management System (version 1 USA model only)
Smart Plugs:  EER41200, EER40200
Load Control Relay:  EER42300,  EER42200
Large Load Relay:  EER260LLCR

Environment:
https://www.wiserenergy.com

Cause:
First, all Wiser devices that measure energy must be added to the home's Wiser network.  Next, the home owner must subscribe to either the Smart Energy Plus or Smart Energy Premium Service Plans.    Switch Device control is not included in the Smart Energy Basic Plan.  Finally, these switch devices which also measure the load attached to them must be must be configured as sub-meters of the main meter.

Resolution:
1.  Confirm that the device has been added to your Wiser network.  On wiserenergy.com, go to the Settings tab.  Click on Device list and located the device of question.  If it is not in the Device List, then add the device.  
2.  Confirm that your account is Smart Energy Plus or Premium level.   There is no way at this time (January 2014) to check this on wiserenergy.com.   Wiser Technical support can check the customer service plan level.  If the user's needs to update his service plan, then Wiser Technical Support must delete the User's Account.  The User must then re-register his Gateway and recreate the home Wiser network.
3.  Finally, configure the switch device to be a sub-meter of the main meter.  This task can be accomplished in 2 different ways.   On the wiserenergy.com Settings Tab, Device List, after a switch device or second power monitor is added to the Wiser Network, then a link for Advanced Meter Settings should appear in the lower right corner of the page.    Use the Advance Meter Settings to set the main meter as the upstream or parent meter of the switch device.   The other way to do this same task is on the Energy Screen, under Settings & Bill Information, there will be a Manage Energy Device section.   Use that section to program the switch device as a submeter of the main device.  

More information about how to use the Wiser Home Management System may be found in a series of video tutorials published on sub meter.  Link to the the entire playlist of tutorials here.    Video #2, Adding and Controlleing Devices most closely pertains to this topic.   Click here to go to Video #2.

 

How to configure a C-Bus Automation Controller to SE8350 or SE8650 Room Controller for Modbus RS-485 communications

Upon successful login to the C-Bus 5500NAC2 (Network Automation Controller) or 5500AC2 (Application Controller)

Setting Modbus RTU Settings
1) Select the Configurator option from the 5500NAC2 / 5500AC2 - start page 
2) Select the Modbus tab to display modbus devices, settings and options
3) Select the RTU Settings option in the bottom left corner
4) Check the RTU (serial) enabled option for an available RTU connection 
5) Set the port to /dev/RS485 
6) Set the baud rate to match baud rate set in SE8350 or SE8650 (possible options - 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600)
7) Set the parity bit to match parity set in SE8350 or SE8650 (possible options none (1 stop bit), odd, even, none (2 stop bit). 
8) Set duplex option to "half duplex"
9) Select the Save button to set the Modbus RTU Settings

example: 
RTU Settings Dialog

Scanning Modbus RTU for Devices
1) Select the RTU Scan option in the bottom left corner
2) Enter the Scan range start (COM address of first SE8350/8650 in daisy chain) 
3) Enter the Scan range end (COM address of last SE8360/8650 in daisy chain) 
4) Select the Save button to start RTU scan for modbus devices

example:
 
RTU Scan Dialog

5) From the RTU Scan results - check the add device option and specify the name, modbus profile (SE8300, SE8600 or SER8300 depending on series of SE Room Controller). 
Note: The SE8300 series profile covers the SE8350 room controllers, SE8600 series profile covers the SE8650 room controllers. 

example:
RTU Scan Result Dialog

6) Select the Save button to add the devices to the list of modbus devices

Adding User Parameter Objects - Needed for Modbus Mapping
1) Select the Objects tab from the configuration page tabs to display C-Bus Automation Controller objects
2) Select the Add New Object option in the bottom left corner to add a user parameter which will later be mapped to a modbus device register
3) Select User Parameter option from the Application dropdown
4) Add a new variable address and provide a meaningful tag name
5) Select an option that matches the modbus register type from the Data type dropdown (eg floating point for temperature reading or temperature setpoint)
6) Specify keywords, units, comments as appropriate
7) Select the Save button to add the new user parameter to the list of C-Bus Automation Controller objects

example: 
 
Add Object Dialog

example: the newly added user parameter object will appear in the objects list and its value prior to modbus mapping will be shown as the default value in this case 0.000°C

User Parameter Object

Mapping Modbus Device Registry to User Parameter
1) Select the Modbus tab from the configuration page tabs
2) From the modbus device list select the applicable modbus device's mapping icon under the mapping column
3) From the modbus device's register list select the link to object field next to the modbus register to be mapped
4) From the mapping dialog use the link to object dropdown list to link the modbus register to the corresponding user parameter
5) Specify the value delta, units, keywords and comments as applicable
6) Select Save button to link the modbus device register to the user parameter object

example: 
 
Modbus Mapping Dialog

Check User Parameter value for updates from SE8350/8650 Room Controller
1) Select the Objects tab from the configuration page tabs to display C-Bus Automation Controller objects
2) Check that the User Parameter object which was just mapped from SE8350/8650 modbus device register is updating as expected

example: we can see the Room Temp user parameter is being updated from the Room Controller One - Room Temperature modbus registry

Mapped User Parameter Object
 
 
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