SWITCH MECHANISM 3 POSITION BLANK
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SWITCH MECHANISM 3 POSITION BLANK
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Switch Mechanism 3 Position Blank

Catalogue Number: 39MPLAIN
SWITCH MECHANISM 3 POSITION BLANK
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SWITCH MECHANISM 3 POSITION BLANK
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Colour: White Electric
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • Black 1 PCE
  • White Electric 1 PCE
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Range of product
  • Standard Series
  • Series 30
    • Product brand
      Clipsal
      Device presentation
      basic element
      Control type
      rotary knob
      Number of rocker
      1
      Device mounting
      flush
      Local signalling
      without
      [Ue] rated operational voltage
      250 V AC
      Rated current
      10 A
      Marking
      without marking
      Sustainable offer status
      Green Premium product
      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
      Circularity Profile
      N/A

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      Frequently Asked Questions

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      Is there a Plain (unlabelled) 3 position rotary switch 30 series mechanism?

      Yes: 39MPLAIN-WE

      What is part no for 39m mech no marking

      Part no 39MPLAIN

      for more information on this part please refer to https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=39MPLAIN

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      What is the part number for the Clipsal 3 position rotary switch with no engraving in white?

      The part number is 39MPLAIN-WE.

      See attached.

       

      What is the Clipsal part number for a 3 position switch mechanism with no writing?

      The part number for a 3 position switch mechanism with no writing is a 39MPLAIN-*
      * =Colour code e.g. 39MPLAIN-WE is White Electric

      Some of the key features are:
      • 3 Position Blank
      • 10A Rated
      • 240V AC
      • 30 Series Style Mechanism
      • No Label
      • Various Colours Available.



       

      What is the product code for the 30 Series PLAIN 3 position switch?

      The part number for a 3 position switch mechanism with no writing is a 39MPLAIN-*
      * =Colour code e.g. 39MPLAIN-WE is White Electric

      Some of the key features are:
      • 3 Position Blank
      • 10A Rated
      • 240V AC
      • 30 Series Style Mechanism
      • No Label
      • Various Colours Available.
      For further information please visit www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=39MPLAIN

      How can I get an in-depth analysis of why my drive or soft starter failed?

      Issue:
      Wants an in-depth analysis of why my drive or soft starter failed?

      Product Line:
      Altivar

      Environment:
      All

      Cause:
      They need to get a failure analysis or CCP to find out why the Drive or Soft Starter stopped working.

      Resolution:
      The procedure is to contact your local SQUARE D DISTRIBUTOR, and they will fill out a CCP(TEX) form requesting the analyzing of the suspected failed product.
      If the unit is out of warranty, there is a charge for this procedure and the pricing is given by the distributor.
      If the drive is in warranty and returned, and no problem is found then the charge also applies.
      The DISTRIBUTOR will also request an RMA from customer service before sending the unit in.


       

      How to edit the message related to ANSI events shown on Vista and Web applications for Sepam in Power Monitoring Expert PME8.1

      Customer Request
      Why the alarms under the PME tab Alarms only shows the ANSI number for Sepam alarms.
      The steps below explain how to edit those events to add more detail in the description.
      Example, Instead of "ANSI 50_51 Unit 2 Pickup Status" display "ANSI 50_51 Unit 1 - Phase overcurrent"

      Prior to start
      The following steps require manual changes on every “.ion” for each SEPAM series files (Located at System\translators folder) and [dbo].[EventString] table (ION_Data DB) so:
      • Make backup of your databases
      • Make backup of your original  .ion files (Located at System\translators folder) for each Sepam
      • I might suggest stopping all ION and Application Modules services, doing the changes according the scenarios described below.
      • If you work with second scenario (explain below) make sure that message match in ION file and database.

      Overview
      The description for the Sepam events are in “.ion” file.  You will need to identify each event you would like to edit. As example, refer to picture below: (Clue: they include the word “Status”)

       
       
      So, in *.ion file the first event from the picture will look like :

       
      When a new PME System is installed, the [dbo].[EventString] table is empty.  Once a specific event is logged in database for first time, it will create a record associated with the “event type” according the description specified in ion file.  If an event with same description is generated later,  [dbo].[EventString] won’t be modified and will use the information that is already there.
      To identify in your system which ANSI events has occurred at least once in your system, you can run this query:
      USE [ION_Data]
      GO
       
      SELECT [ID]
            ,[String]
            ,[QuantityID]
            ,[ShortString]
        FROM [dbo].[EventString]
        WHERE String like '%ANSI%'
      GO
      All events that you get listed after running the query, means you will need to do changes also on [dbo].[EventString] table.  

      Scenarios (Full description included in the PDF attached)
      Scenario 1. If specific event is not yet in database, is sufficient to edit only the .ion file for each sepam (System\translator). Events will reflect changes in Webapp and Vista.
      (Prior any change, I would recommend to contact Technical support to ask if there is a new version of driver that included the changes)

      Scenario 2. If a event message has been already recorded in [dbo].[EventString], it must be edited also there. This will be reflected in old and new events.

      Scenario 3. If a event message has been already recorded in [dbo].[EventString] and the string is not edited (only the ion file is edited), a new record will appear in the EventString table. Changes will be reflected only in new events. Old events will show original message

       
      Final recommendations

      Changes might be time consuming and those required high concentration. Make the changes in chunks; always make sure that services are not running while doing any change.  If observe any issue, restore to previous known and working stage. 
      L4 has also logged PCR number – 67341, to request this change goes into the product.  Deadline unknown. So, developer recommends going ahead and making the required edits in the .ion file and in the database so that your customer sees what they would like. 

      How does driving VFD's to greater than 60 HZ affect system harmonics?

      To best explain please review the Product Data attached, which includes a detailed explanation and various scenarios.

      Is there a document which will explain the meaning of the flashing LED's on the Unity Momentum processors? 171CBU78090, 171CBU98090 & 171CBU98091

      Yes, the attached PDF will explain the various LED patterns and their meaning.


      Product Line: Unity Momentum


      Environment: n/a


      Cause: n/a


      Resolution: n/a
       

      Video : What are the methods of saving Unity Pro files


      The goal of this video is to explain how to recover the Unity Pro application from your installation like the .stu and .sta files format. There are many differents ways to recover the application and we will explain in this video which are these ways to recover your application.


      Does Ion Enterprise support IE10?

      The ION Enterprise 6.0 SP1 System_Requirements explain that it only supports IE7 or 8.

      ION Enterprise 6.0 is also no longer supported as a product.

      Customer must upgrade to PME v8.2

       

      R031_How to configure a TeSysT on DeviceNet with RSNetworx

      Goals and Symptoms

      This document was built to explain how to configure a TesysT DeviceNet on a network DeviecNet with RsNetworx and PLC Allen Bradley

      Causes and Fixes

      This document was built to explain how to configure a TesysT DeviceNet on a network DeviecNet with RsNetworx and PLC Allen Bradley

      Attachments

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      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL198052 V2.0, Originally authored by MiFo on 03/17/2009, Last Edited by MiFo on 03/17/2009
      Related ranges: TeSys T

      Please explain what the material is that the Saturn 250V range is made from

      A chemical resistant, UV resistant material that is ideal for kitchen and bathroom applications. 
      This material gives the aesthetic appearance of glass, without the associated trouble of chipping,
      making it more appropriate for a switch that is installed often at the bottom of a wall or subject to abuse
      from vacuum cleaners, plugging operations etc.

      Is there a System Technical guide on Cybersecurity?

      Issue
      Need to explain the various issues regarding Cybersecurity.
       
      Product Line
      Modicon M340, Quantum, M580

      Environment
      Unity 
       
      Cause
      N/A.
       
      Resolution
      Yes, Attached below is a System Technical on the Cybersecurity topic, called 'How Can I … Reduce Vulnerability to Cyber Attacks? V2.3' System Technical Note.

      How are the Analog Channels aligned on a M580 Remote IO drop?

      The documentation of Unity 10 will explain how the channel alignment functions are accessible using Elementary Function blocks in user application.
      The Remote IO drops do not have the debug screen capability that is available on analog modules used in the local rack.

      What is the difference of using CCA630 and CCA634 connectors?

       
        In this FAQ , we are going to explain the difference of CCA630 and CCA634 connectors and way of connecting  3CTs summation method, Other torodial or CSH120/200 in each case.       
      Please check the attached file.
      AEDL3

      What is the use of direction setting as Line and Busbar in directional protection?

      In this FAQ, we explain the use of line direction and busbar direction tripping in directional protection. Actually this setting is enormously important as will affect the tripping behavior of directional protection.Please check the attached file.
      Please check the attached file.

      AEDL3

      I know for the first one that we can not show the actual weight on the display, but could you explain better how the Pre alarm and the alarm work?

      The alarms in our product are done for diagnostic, i.e. they are not managed by our system, they are here to inform the operator that something appear. This is only digital input provided by crane system.

      What is the interval for the WebReach/Diagram RMS calculation

      Issue
      RMS calculation frequency in the Waveform display in WebReach/Diagrams is unknown and no documents explain how often the value is calculated

      Product
      ION Enterprise 6.0
      Struxureware Power Monitoring 7.0.x
      Power Monitoring Expert 7.2.x , 8.x, 9.x

      Environment
      Web Applications Diagrams or Web Reach

      Cause
      Documents do not describe how often RMS is calculated

      Resolution
      The interval for the RMS calculation is 1 cycle.

      In Sepam series 20 what does it mean “Setting group A and B “in selection of active group in SFT2841 setting tool? When do we use this setting?

      In Sepam series 20 , we have got a "Setting group A and B " option for selection of active group. This option is specifically exist for Sepam series 20 and not others.
      In this FAQ we explain why we have it and when we use it.
      PLease check the attached file.

      AEDL3

      Can a M580 PLC be setup as a NTP server?

      Title
      M580 NTP Service
       
      Issue
      Explain M580 NTP Server capability
       
      Product Line
      M580
       
      Environment
      Unity Pro
       
      Cause
      N/A
       
      Resolution
       Yes, When the M580 is configured as an NTP server, it can synchronize client NTP clocks (such as a BM• CRA 312 00 adapter). The CPU's internal clock is then used as reference clock for NTP services.

       

      Customer ask us to go on site in order to perform radio frequency survey. We understand this survey is useless since eXLhoist is using frequency hopping technology. Please can you explain this technology again?

      eXLhoist uses an automatic frequency hopping algorithm and TDMA (Time Division Multiple Access) similar as a GSM 2G or 3G or similar to Bluetooth.The system is a plug and play solution.You don't need any channel allocation with eXLhoist, that's one of the main advantage of eXLhoist in comparison to many competitors.

      What is the difference between the ABE7CPA31 and the ABE7CPA31E?

      Issue:
      Can you explain the difference between the ABE7CPA31 and the ABE7CPA31E?

      Product Line:
      PLC

      Environment:
      Telefast
      PLC
      Remote block
      ABE7

      Resolution:
      The ABE7CPA31 has screw terminals for the field connections and the ABE7CPA31E has spring terminals.

      The ABE7CPA31 has screw terminals and the ABE7CPA31E is using spring terminals.

      Explain "instantaneous override" and "close and latch" ratings.

      Issue:
      Explain "instantaneous override" and "close and latch" ratings. What do they mean?

      Product Line:
      Circuit Breakers

      Environment:
      Masterpact and Powerpact

      Resolution:
      "Instantaneous override" and "close and latch" are fixed trip settings to protect the breaker when there is a very hight fault condition.  These settings are usually set higher than the standard instantaneous setting and function without regard to any other settings.

      "Instantaneous override" is a fixed trip setting to open the breaker quickly (under 25mS) in the event of very large fault which exceeds the instantaneous override trip value.

      "Close and latch"  is a fixed trip setting while CLOSING the breaker and remains in effect for 20mS after closing the breaker.  Close and latch is set lower than instantaneous override, to protect the breaker in the event of CLOSING the breaker on an existing fault condition.   After 20mS the breakers reverts to the "instantaneous override" setting.
       

      What are the ratings of the Masterpact NW standard and low-level auxiliary contacts?

      Inquiry:
      For Masterpact Aux. switches, please explain what is meant by ``Standard 10mA/24V minimum load `` and ``Low Level   1mA/4V minimum load``
      What are the ratings of the Masterpact NW standard and low-level auxiliary contacts?

      Product Line:
      Masterpact NW

      Resolution:
      This means that the standard switch will not reliably operate at less than 24V and 10mA, and the Low Level switch will not operate reliably at less than 1mA and 4V.
      The maximum current at specific voltages is specified in the table below.



       

      Misleading explanation of R_NTPC Status

      Goals and Symptoms

      The Unity help is a bit misleading in one section. It does not explain the high byte, However in the section Using the R_NTPC Block for Time Synchronization it explains it fully.

      Causes and Fixes

      In the R_NTPC function block the Status output is an integer. The high byte indicates that the NOE received an acceptable time value. The low byte indicates the date and time have been updated so a value of 247 would mean the result was successful.


      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL173928 V1.0, Originally authored by on , Last Edited by on
      Related ranges: Unity Pro

      Supplemental Profibus Island Module Health Bit Information for ACS Online Help

      Goals and Symptoms

      Information in this resolution applies to Structure of the STB NDP 2212 Diagnostic Message, Bytes 16 - 31 located in the Advantys Configuration Software Online Help > Hardware Help > Advantys STB Profibus DP NIM > Fieldbus Communication Support > Diagnostics Service. The purpose is to explain module conditions which are represented by the 0s and 1s in those bytes.

      Causes and Fixes

      This information may also be found on Pl@net in the Advantys STB Profibus DP Network Interface Applications Guide, p/n 890USE17300.


      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL179562 V1.0, Originally authored by WeDa on 09/01/2006, Last Edited by WeDa on 09/01/2006
      Related ranges: Advantys STB

      What will cause EPF2 fault on ATV32 when talking Ethernet?

      Issue:
      What will cause EPF2 fault on ATV32 when talking Ethernet?

      Product Line:
      ATV32

      Environment:
      All

      Cause:
      N/A

      Resolution:
      First check the FDR on the Ethernet IP card is disabled. In case the FDR is enabled, that will explain the "EPF2" fault. The reason is that the Drive is waiting for a configuration from PLC but PLC don't answer once the timeout is reached. This causes the drive to trip in "EPF2".
      The second reason for "EPF2" fault is the range of IP address. In case of IP address 192.0.0.x and Sub net mask of 255.255.255.0 can cause "EPF2". Change the range of IP address.

      What are LED status indications mean on the HMI screen of the Altivar 630 and 930 process drives?

      Issue:
      Where can I get a documentation that explains the LED status indications on the HMI screen of the Altivar 630 and 930 process drives?

      Product Line:
      Altivar 630/930

      Environment:
      All serial numbers for Altivar 630/930

      Cause:
      N/A

      Resolution:

       

      How does the multiplier function work on the ATV320 drives?

      Issue:
      How does the multiplier function work on the ATV320 drives?

      Product Line:
      ATV320

      Environment:
      All 

      Cause:
      Explain function of the Fr2 Multiplier function

      Resolution:
      Operations on Fr2 is not possible. What is possible is explained in the programming manual

      FRH (frequency reference) = (Fr1 or Fr1b + SA2+SA3-DA2-DA3)*MA2*MA3

      SAx, DAx and MAx can be affected to an analog output (AIvirtual, HMI, communication) which the operation will be computed to the frequency reference. Limit of the operation are LSP and HSP.

      Why doesn't my cell modem allow connections to my HMI, while a local connection is fine?

      Issue:
      Why doesn't my cell modem allow connections to my HMI?

      Product Line:
      Magelis HMI (all ranges with Ethernet)

      Resolution:
      When this issue occurs, here are some possibilities to explain why:
      1) The port forwarding rules on the Cell Modem have not been setup correctly. Please check the configuration to ensure that the rules are set to push traffic to the correct IP.
      2) The Cell Modem has not released a socket from a previous connection and is still holding it. Power Cycle the Cell Modem to reset the sockets.
       

      Explain the purpose of %SW138 to %SW141 for a M340/M580 PLC CPU.

      Goals and Symptoms

      To explain the functionality the purpose of %SW138 to %SW141 in a M340/M580 PLC.

      Facts and Changes

      The M340 PLC CPU must be using firmware version 2.2 or higher. The M580 CPU must be higher than firmware version 2.20.
      If the CPU is configured for Mixed Topological and State RAM then these System words are not necessary.
      If testing in the Simulator, this functionality was not added to it until Unity Pro Version 13.1.

      Causes and Fixes

      To facilitate the migration from LL984 to a M340 PLC 4 new System Words where added to offset the Starting Address of variables accessed by Modbus and ModbusTCP requests.



      IMPORTANT :
      Initialization of %SW138, %SW139, %SW140 and %SW141.
      To ensure that these 4 System Words are initialized immediately after the download of application, a specific declaration must be done in UnityPro.
      1) Create 4 named variables of type INT.
      2) Give initial values to these 4 named variables.
      3) Map these variables to the 4 System Words %SW138 .. %SW141

      Caution : Failure to follow these instructions can result in injury or EQUIPMENT damage (risk that Modbus request access to wrong variables)

      EXAMPLE:


       

      Video: Replacing the Battery in a Smart-UPS

      Issue:

      Smart-UPS requires battery replacement.


      Product line:

      Smart-UPS
       

      Environment:

      All models, all serial numbers.
       

      Cause:

      Smart-UPS batteries require replacement every 3-5 years. This document will assist you in replacing the battery.
       

      Resolution:

      Click Here to search by part number for the exact Smart-UPS unit you are using.

      On the product page of each Smart-UPS unit you will find a link to the user's manual on the "Documentation" tab. The manual for each unit will explain the battery replacement procedure.

      If your UPS is not listed your UPS may not have user replaceable batteries. Please contact our Customer Solutions Team for more information: https://www.apc.comhttps://www2.schneider-electric.com//support/contact/


      The following Instructional videos show how to perform a battery replacement for many popular Smart-UPS. Your particular unit may vary.
      Please refer to your users manual for the specific procedure.







       

      Using an ATV31 in Can_open bus. I' m using Sycon configurator software to configure my Can_open bus. Inserting the EDS file related to the ATV31 and t...

      Goals and Symptoms

      Using an ATV31 in Can_open bus. I' m using Sycon configurator software to configure my Can_open bus. Inserting the EDS file related to the ATV31 and trying to modify the EVENT TIMER parameter (Index 1805 Sub_index 05) from the Object Configuration window a message advise me that this operation can be performed using the Node Configuration window . Can someone explain me in which way ? I' m not able to find how to modify this parameter from Sycon.

      Facts and Changes

      ATV31 Can_open Sycon Configurator software

      Causes and Fixes

      In fact it's a bg of Sycon, it's not possible to modify the EVENT TIMER with it. ( Transmitted to the HUB activity ).


      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL161591 V1.0, Originally authored by on , Last Edited by on
      Related ranges: Altivar 31

      How To Configure the XIP driver to use DNS

      Goals and Symptoms

      To explain how to configure the XIP driver for using DNS

      Causes and Fixes


      Click on the button named 'Configure XWAY IP Addresses'

      • Check off the DNS checkbox in the (Schneider Automation CNFXIP window) of the XIP driver.

      • Enter the 'Station Name' using hostname for the device or plc (i.e., na-achin3)
      • Enter an XWAY address (i.e., 4.1).
      • Click on the 'Add' button.

      You can test the connection by clicking on 'Test\ICMP Ping'


      Select the station from the dropdown list and click on the 'Ping' button.

      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL169687 V1.0, Originally authored by on , Last Edited by on
      Related ranges: Modicon Premium

      140DSI35300 Shunt Resistor Explained

      Goals and Symptoms

      The purpose of this resolution is to explain why a resistor is added across switching devices connected to a 140DSI35300 Supervised Input Module.
      re: Modicon Quantum Automation Series Hardware reference Guide, p/n 840USE10000

      Facts and Changes

      If the field connection is good, when the switching device connected to a module input is open circuit, this shunt resistor completes the circuit and provides a small current sensed by the module. This current indicates that field wiring is not interrupted and a complete circuit exists.

      Causes and Fixes

      The resistor selection is sized so a minimum input current of 0.15 mA is maintained. If input current drops below that, the module will signal a broken field connection in the appropriate bits of I/O mapped Broken Wire registers #3 and #4.


      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL181259 V1.0, Originally authored by WeDa on 12/28/2006, Last Edited by WeDa on 12/28/2006
      Related ranges: Modicon Quantum

      How does the 'SYSSTATE' block work in Concept?

      Goals and Symptoms

      The purpose of this resolution is to explain how the IEC function block 'SYSSTATE' works in Concept.

      Facts and Changes

      This resolution applies to all versions of Concept.

      Causes and Fixes

      The SYSSTATE function block has three outputs namely COLD, WARM and ERROR.
      Listed below are the different scenario under which the outputs of the SYSSTATE block will turn ON.

      1. When the PLC goes through a power cycle (also known as cold start), the WARM output alone will turn ON.
      2. When the PLC is stopped and re-started from the On-Line Control Panel (no program download), the WARM output alone will turn ON.
      2. When the Controller is stopped and re-started after a program has been downloaded, the COLD and WARM outputs will both turn ON.
      3. There is no unique condition for the COLD output alone to turn ON.
      4. When the fault messages in the error buffer have not yet been read, the ERROR output will turn ON.


      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL183389 V1.0, Originally authored by DaSo on 04/06/2007, Last Edited by DaSo on 04/06/2007
      Related ranges: Concept

      How do I convert integer to ASCII using Twido Suite and rearrange the bytes order?

      Goals and Symptoms

      Goals: To explain the new function available in Twido firmware 5.0 or higher.

      Causes and Fixes

      The new function to convert Integer to ASCII characters is available in Twido firmware 5.0 or higher. The INT_TO_ASCII function always writes the Most Significant Byte (MSB) first.
      The End character is "Space" (ASCII 32). Also the function automatically calculates how many memory words (%MWs) should be filled with the ASCII values ( from 1 to 4 %MWs).
      After the conversion, the customer can use the ROL (Rotate to Left) function to rearrange the bytes order.
      Below is an example converting an integer value to ASCII characters and rearranging the bytes order. You may use the attached PLC code example if are converting integer value to 3 or 4 ASCII characters.

      How to Cold start a Lexium MP drive from a PLC on CanOpen?

      Goals and Symptoms
      The purpose of this resolution is to explain how to 'cold start' a Lexium 15 MP drive from a PLC while communicating over CanOpen.
      Facts and Changes
      This resolution applies to any PLC programmed on the Unity Platform and talking CanOpen to the Lexium drive.
      Causes and Fixes
      CanOpen Object with Index 3632 and Sub Index 1 can be used to perform a Cold Start. Both Write_Var and Read_Var using this object from Unity will reset the drive.
      Note: WRITE_VAR will return a message 'command not processed error' but will still reset the drive.
      READ_VAR will reset the drive with no message. Object 6040 cannot be used in WRITE_VAR as there is a
      conflict having already configured this as a PDO.

      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL200119 V1.0, Originally authored by TVe on 09/29/2009, Last Edited by TVe on 09/29/2009
      Related ranges: Lexium 15

      How do you enable the Ethernet/IP profile on the Connexium TCSESM managed switches?

      Goals and Symptoms

      To explain the steps used to enable the Ethernet/IP profile on the Connexium TCSESM managed switches.

      Facts and Changes

      The Connexium TCSESM managed switches must be at a minimum firmware version 4.1 for this feature.

      Procedure

      First, log into the Connexium TCSESM managed switch as an administrator via the web pages.
      Next, expand the Advanced heading on the browser tree and select Ethernet/IP. (see screenshot below)



      Next, check the box next to Ethernet/IP to Enable the profile. (Step 2)
      Finally, click the Set button to add to the switch configuration. (Step 3)

      Remember to also save this configuration change so that this feature will be enabled after a power cycle.
      To save this configuration change, select Load/Save on the top of the browser tree under Basic Settings.
      Then click Save. (see screenshot below)


       


      What is meaning of display indication LLLL on REG48PUNL1RHU, is it function error? How to remove it from display.

      Goals and Symptoms

      What is meaning of display indication LLLL on REG48PUNL1RHU, is it function error? How to remove it from display.

      Facts and Changes

      ZELIO REG
      LLLL
      Error message

      Causes and Fixes

      LLLL is a message error. The reasons which can explain the display of this message are:
      1. The resistance probe is broken or short- circuited.
      2. The connection wire of the probe is wrong or loose.
      3. The value measured on the input is < 5% to the minimum scale configurated.
      4. The Voltage / current loop is broken or short-circuited.
      5. The value to be displayed is < or = to -199,9.


      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL200426 V1.0, Originally authored by LaBe on 11/05/2009, Last Edited by LaBe on 11/05/2009
      Related ranges: Zelio Control

      Explain -500Hz and +500Hz min and max speeds from the HMI shown on ATV61 and ATV71

      Issue:
      When operating an ATV61 or ATV71 series drive with the speed reference coming from the HMI, there is a minimum speed of -500 and maximum speed of +500 Hz displayed on the bottom of the screen.  What does this mean?

      Product Line:
      Altivar 61, Altivar 71

      Environment:
      All Models and serial numbers equipped with VW3A1101 keypad whether mounted directly or remotely, and configured for HMI frequency reference.

      Cause:
      Minimum and Maximum speeds displayed do not match the Low Speed and High Speed settings as set by the customer.

      Resolution:
      The minimum and maximum speeds displayed when in HMI Frequency Reference mode are the hard limits of the drive itself.  These do not reflect the Low Speed and High Speed settings made by the customer.   The drive will still obey the Low Speed and High Speed settings as programmed but the display reflects the hard limits of the drive, not the programmed limits.

      What are the Datalogging Service limitations on BMXNOR0200H module?

      Issue
      Need to explain the limitations with the BMXNOR0200H module DataLogging Service.
       
      Product Line
      Modicon M340

      Environment
      DNP3
      Unity 
      Web Designer Utility
       
      Resolution
      The Datalogging CSV files stored in the BMXNOR0200H module memory can be accessed from any FTP client utility using the following path: SDCARD/USERDATA.
      The file format is fixed and cannot be modified by the user. The file is encoded in the ASCII format as a text file with a .csv extension. Microsoft Excel is able to open these files.

      Datalogging Limitations
      The Datalogging service has the following limitations:
      - The maximum number of Datalogging services is 1.
      - The maximum number of tables is 10.
      - The maximum number of variables is 100 per table.
      - The maximum number of records per table is 10 000.
      - The number of backup copies is 100 by default (10 backup CSV files per table), but it may be changed for each table.

      Maximum Log Size Limitation
      The limitation is 128 MB for a SD card in the BMX NOR 0200 H.

      I have email about billing my credit card for my Wiser account? I want to cancel my account.

      Issue:
      I have email about billing my credit card for my Wiser account?  I want to cancel my account.

      Product Line:
      Wiser Home Management System
      Wiser Generation 1.0 System 2013 to 2015, centered on the Wiser Coordinator EER21200 and the portal https://www.wiserenergy.com

      Environment:
      United States and Canada

      Cause:
      The website for the Wiser System, Generation 1.0,  www.wiserenergy.com, is powered by security company Alarm.com.  Alarm.com setup the site with 2 plans of features, Basic and Premium.  The Premium plan costs %5.99 per month billed to a credit card.   Customer may not have realized that his account was setup as Premium.

      From 2013 to 2015, KB Home was one of the major Wiser Customers.  With KB Home, there was a plan in place to allow Premium plan for free for 1 year.  KB Home customers may have registered as Premium accounts.  After 1 year, those customers get notified that their account billing is beginning.

      Resolution:
      Explain the differences between Premium and Basic plans. See attachment.   Login to the Alarm.com Dealer Portal for Wiser.  Convert the account to Basic or terminate the customer.  
       

      How to stop emails for a specific sensors threshold?

      Issue:

      How to stop emails for a specific sensors threshold?

      Product Line:

      Netbotz Appliance

      Environment:

      Netbotz Appliance Version

      Cause:

      From time to time we may need to stop notification for a given threshold due to maintenance on other data center equipment. This article explains how to turn off email notification for a specific threshold.

      Resolution:

      In this scenario, the steps outlined below will explain how to turn off email notification for a temperature sensor directly connect to the integrated sensor pod. These step can be easy modified for a different threshold, sensor or sensor pod.

      1. Launch Advance View and log into the NetBotz in question

      2. Once the application loads, click on Configuration between History View and About

      3. Double Click on the Sensor Pod icon within the Pod/Sensor Settings

      4. Select "Sensor Pod (integrated)" and click Sensors (this window is where you can choose a different sensor pod)

      5. Locate the "Temperature" or the assigned named to the temperature probe

      6. Click "edit" located in the bottom left of the window.

      7. Uncheck the option for "Enabled" to disable email notification.


       

      NetBotz Rack Monitor 250 Modbus Register Map Detail for MM_SENSOR_1_DISCRETE_STATE register/data point

      Issue

      The NetBotz 250 Modbus Register Map references this FAQ article to further explain the possible responses/ENUM for the following register/data point:
      • MM_SENSOR_1_DISCRETE_STATE

      Product Line
      • NetBotz
        • ​NetBotz Rack Monitor 250


      Environment
      • All serial numbers
      • All firmware versions
      • Modbus TCP/serial users

      Cause

      This article will provide additional information and detail for Modbus users.


      Resolution

      Within the NetBotz 250 Register Map, discrete (state) sensors refer back to MM_SENSOR_1_DISCRETE_STATE as needed to provide what possible responses may exist. Modbus responses of 1 and 0 may refer to different discrete sensor states depending on sensor type. The below information clarifies what is mentioned in the NetBotz 250 Register Map document.

      MM_SENSOR_1_DISCRETE_STATE 

      The following responses are supported for MM_SENSOR_1_DISCRETE_STATE:
      • 0 = Open (Low)
      • 1 = Closed (High)
      • 2 = Not Connected

      The above possible responses will also be used by the following supported sensor types for MM_SENSOR_1_DISCRETE_STATE:
      • Smoke (NBES0307) - 0 = No Smoke, 1 = Smoke Detected, 2 = Not Connected
      • Fluid (NBES0301) - 0 = No fluid, 1 = Fluid Fetected, 2 = Not Connected
      • Vibration (NBES0306) - 0 = No Vibration, 1 = Vibration Detected, 2 = Not Connected

      Explain the differences between Horn Bypass, Lever Bypass and Test Block Bypass as used in meter equipment.

      Issue:
      Explain the differences between Horn Bypass, Lever Bypass and Test Block Bypass as used in meter equipment.

      Product Line:
      MP and EZM Metering Equipment

      Environment:
      Electrical Distribution Equipment

      Cause:
      The different types of meter sockets are confusing. What is the difference?

      Resolution:
      Horn Bypass is available for use with ringless style, single phase out, metering equipment and requires the use of utility supplied jumper cables that may be installed once the outer ringless cover is removed from the meter socket. Short bus connectors extend upward from the line side and downward from the load side meter socket jaws. The ends of these bus connectors give the appearance of "Horns". One jumper cable per phase is manually installed by a qualified service technician creating a path for current to flow once the meter is removed from the socket. This temporary bypass feature allows the utility to perform meter MAINTENANCE without interruption of service to the downstream occupant.

      Lever Bypass is available for use with ringless style single or three phase metering equipment and is supplied with a swing arm or "Lever" extending form the right side of the meter socket. Once the ringless meter socket cover is removed, this dual function Lever may be manually rotated upward to engage bypass rotor blades into line and load bypass jaws allowing current to flow through the meter socket with the meter in or out of the meter socket. The second feature this Lever provides is a jaw release function. By rotating the Lever up as far as possible the spring loaded meter socket jaws are spread open for ease of meter installation or removal. This temporary bypass feature allows the utility to perform meter MAINTENANCE without interruption of service to the downstream occupant.

      Test Block Bypass is available for ring style single or three phase metering equipment and was developed for use along the West Coast governed by the Electrical Utility Service Equipment Requirements Committee (EUSERC). Trained service technicians perform meter MAINTENANCE while this equipment remains energized and while their meter remains installed in the ring style meter socket. The "Test Block" cover is removed and the technician manually installs a set of jumpers extending from the line to load side connectors feeding to and from the meter being tested. Once the jumpers are in place, bronze current carrying flat washers are removed from each phase and at this point the meter bypassed, or isolated from the circuit. This temporary bypass feature allows the utility to perform meter MAINTENANCE without interruption of service to the downstream occupant.

      How to view the Mac/HW address of a ION meters with Ethernet Option?

      Issue:
      How to view the Mac/HW address of a ION meters with Ethernet Option?
       
      Product line:
      ION 7300 serices
      ION 7650 / 7550
      ION 8300,8400,8500,8600,8650
       
      Cause:
      Sometime it is necessary for a user to know the MAC address of the ION meters with Ethernet Option if they are behind a firewall and need to filter only specific meters to send and receive data over the network.
      NOTE: MAC address is also called Hardware address.
       
      Resolution:
      There are two ways to find the MAC address of a meter.
       
      Option 1:
      MAC address can be found on meter labeling.

      Option 2: 
      From the front display of the meter. 
               For example, on ION 7650 : User can navigate through Netwrok Setup --> General. Here user can see Mac address for the meter. 
       
      Option 3:
      Following steps will explain how to find MAC address using the DOS command:
       
      -Select 'Run' from Start
      -type cmd
      -In DOS prompt type TELNET XXX.XXX.XX.XX --> The meter IP address.
      -Enter your meter name and password.
      -Type "?" without the quotes to open the menu.
      -Select 1.Ethernet settings from the menu.
      -Select 1.Display current settings from the menu.
      -This should give you the MAC address of the meter.
       
      The MAC address is called ‘HW address’ as shown in screen shot below. 



      For more information, review the document attached along the article. 

      How to Read the Protection Function Setting From SEPAM 20, 40, or 80 via Modbus Communication

      Issue
      User needs to read protection function settings from Sepam 20, 40, or 80 via Modbus communication

      Product Line
      Sepam series 20
      Sepam series 40
      Sepam series 80

      Environment
      Communications

      Resolution
      It is possible for the third party software application to read the current configuration on Sepam 20, 40 and 80. PMC Modbus is used in this example to explain the method to read the configuration via Modbus Channel.

      Please refer to the following procedure for reading the configuration setting via Modbus Channel

      1. Check the Function Identifier of the corresponding ANSI Protection Function. Please refer to the attachment for the information of the Function Identifier.
      2. Write the Function Identifier to the Modbus address 8321d. 
        • For example, to read the configuration of ANSI46 Negative Sequence / unbalance from SEPAM 20, the Function Code is 03 and the Unit Number is 01. Therefore, write the value 0301h into Modbus address 8321d

           
      3. Read the modbus address from 8193d to 8201d (9 words)
        ​​
         
      4. The meaning of the reading value is
      • a) This protection function is enabled (Modbus Address 8194 and 8195)
        b) IDMT Curve is selected (Modbus Address 8196 and 8197)
        c) Is set Point = 48% Ib (Modbus Address 8198 and 8199)
        d) Tripping Time Delay = 160ms (Modbus Address 8200 and 8201)

      •  

      Changing the language selection in a Twin Line HMI unit

      Goals and Symptoms

      The purpose of this resolution is to explain how to change the language selection in a Twin Line HMI unit

      Facts and Changes

      The HMI unit must be connected to the Twin Line unit via the RS-232 COM port.

      Causes and Fixes

      The following steps describe how to change the language selection.
       

      Step
      Action
      1
      After the HMI is initialized and if the default language selection is set to Deutsch, the display will read "1. Einstellung".
      2
      From this screen, use the 'CR' key to confirm the selection and go to the next menu level "1.1 Sprache", the English translation being "Language".
      3
      Use the 'CR' key to confirm the selection.
      4
      Use the 'Up Arrow' key once and the language selection should change from 'deutsch' to 'english'.
      5
      Use the 'CR' key to confirm the selection.
      6
      The screen will now display "1.1 Language"
      english
      7
      The procedure to change the language selection to English is now complete and from now on, the screen display menu will be in 'English' until it is changed to any other supported language.

      Attachments

      None


      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL155036 V1.0, Originally authored by on , Last Edited by on
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