Clipsal Iconic Heat Rocker 10 Pack

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Clipsal Iconic Heat Rocker 10 Pack

Item Number: 40HR-VW

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Quickly and easily combat those colder days with the push of a button thanks to the Clipsal Iconic Heat Dolly Rocker switch. Easy to read pictogram icon allows for quick use and no confusion when used in unison with other pictogram switches.

Product Dimensions

Width icon

Width23 mm

Height icon

Height23 mm

Depth icon

Depth9 mm



Qty UoM EAN Colour




Clipsal Iconic

Product or component type


Colour tint

vivid white (VW)

Sustainable offer status

Green Premium product


Quantity per set

set of 10



Switch function

2 positions


23 mm


23 mm


9 mm

REACh Regulation

Reference contains Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold

EU RoHS Directive


Mercury free


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Product out of China RoHS scope. Substance declaration for your information

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Unit Type of Package 1


Number of Units in Package 1


Package 1 Weight

20 g

Package 1 Height

18 mm

Package 1 width

57 mm

Package 1 Length

124 mm
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Frequently Asked Questions

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What does OCA fault mean on the ATV21 and ATV212 drives?

OCA fault on ATV21/ATV212 drives?

Product line:
Altivar 212, ATV212, S-Flex

All models, all serial numbers.

Overcurrent during start-up or ground fault

OCA – short-circuit detected in drive output inverter stage during motor startup

Check that Line and Load cables are connected to the proper terminals.  Line cables go to R/L1, S/L2 and T/L3.  Load or motor cables go to U/T1, V/T2 and W/T3. 

Disconnect the motor leads from the drive.  Using a 1000V Megger, check the motor and motor leads for shorts or ground fault.

Try a voltage balance test.  With the motor leads still disconnected, set parameter F605 to 0 (disable Output Phase Failure).  Run the drive at 20Hz, 40Hz and 60Hz.  At each speed measure the line to line output voltages to see if they are balanced.


What could cause the ATV21 or ATV212 drive, to trip on E20 fault?

My ATV21/ATV212 drive is tripping on E20 faults.

Product Line:
Altivar ATV21 and ATV212


Excessive torque boost.
The drive calculates the expected motor torque based on the program parameters.  This fault occurs when the calculated value does not match the measured value.
It is most common on Pump and Fan applications when slowing down (decelerating) from above 40 Hz.

The E20 fault could be due to:

  1. An incorrect setting of the motor name plate data in the drive motor parameters.
  2. Incorrect deceleration ramp time for the application
  3. A wrong Auto tuning result (F402 parameter) when using certain motor control types (PT = 2 , 3 or 4).
  4. Ub parameter (voltage boost) is set too high.

We suggest you check the following in order:

Verify the correct the motor name plate data has been set in the parameters as follows:

ulu = motor voltage
uL = nominal motor frequency
F415 = nominal motor current
F417 = motor RPMs

Check that AU1= 0 (auto ramp is off).  The default setting for this parameter is 1 (on).

If this does not help, then:
Program a dual ramp.

F505= 40hz  2nd ramp frequency
F500= 12 seconds  ACC 2
F501= 12 seconds DEC 2

A bad auto tuning result when the Pt parameter is set to 2, 3, or 4 can cause this.

Perform a new Auto tune
Set F400 = 2 , give a run command (F or R input =24Vdc) , wait the end of the display message Atn1 (the motor must be cold and without any rotation).

Too high value of ub parameter (boost torque1) in function of the motor control law (PT = 0 or 1).

Reset the drive back to the factory setting or reduce the ub value set by the customer.


How is the ATS48 softstart sized for higher elevation use?

ATS48 softstart sizing for high elevation usage
Product Line:
Altistart ATS48
Derating for high altitude
Maximum operating altitude is 3300 feet without derating. Above this, the softstart will need to be derated by by 2.2% for each additional 330 feet to the maximum of 6600 feet based upon softstart current rating.

40HP 460VAC Soft Starter is normally an ATS48D62Y however if you are going to use this unit at 6000 ft you will need to up size by 1 or more. So you will need to use a
ATS48D75Y for a 40HP 480VAC.
3300 feet is basic rating without derating.
6000 feet - 3300 feet = 2700 feet.
Derate by 2.2% each 330 additional feet.
2700 ft / 330 ft = 8.1818 X 2.2%= 18% current derate of the product.
Soft Starter is rated for 75 amps X 18%= derate of 13.5 amps
or 75amps minus 13.5 amps = 61.5 amps
ATS48D75Y now only rated for 61.5 amps not 75 amps.
Derating Drives operating at 6000 ft will be as follows.
62 amp ATS48D62Y is rated for only 51 amps.