Clipsal Iconic Zone 1 Rocker 10 Pack

Clipsal Iconic Zone 1 Rocker, 10 Pack

Clipsal Iconic Zone 1 Rocker 10 Pack

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Turn your home or business into a more energy efficient space with the Clipsal Iconic Dolly Rocker. With a clearly visible Zone 1 marking, these dolly rockers are perfect for larger spaces as it allows you to turn on the lights or power to one area.

Colour Vivid White (VW)
  • Vivid White 1 PCE

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Width23 mm

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Height23 mm

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Depth9 mm

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set of 10



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2 positions


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Package 1 Weight

14 g

Package 1 Height

9.17 mm

Package 1 width

98 mm

Package 1 Length

175 mm
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What are dimensions of Saturn Z4061 & 4061?

Dimensions for both Z4061 & 4061:

97.5mm (H) x 34mm (W) 31.6mm (D)


Starting Register number in Modbus Read functions

Goals and Symptoms

When performing Modbus read commands, it is important to apply the right starting register address in the read function. Otherwise, the wrong register will be accessed from the meter, giving unexpected data for the meter parameter being read.

  • Meter is functioning as expected. The front panel values for voltages and currents are within expected ranges for the system being monitored. However, modbus read functions from a master station (e.g. a PLC) give values that do not correspond to the front panel values.

Facts and Changes

Modbus, modbus rtu, function read, modbus map, holding register, staring register, function 03, modbus read packet

Causes and Fixes

One probable cause would be that, the modbus function read command is not pointing to the right registers. The modbus protocol requires an offset to be introduced in the starting register address when reading the slaves register.


When reading the meter parameters, the Master must send the device a Read Holding Registers packet. This packet must specify a start register and the number of registers to read. When the function read is received, the slave responds with a packet containing the registers in the range defined in the read request.

However, consider the 3710 Modbus map, which states that according to the MODBUS protocol, in response to a request for address 4xxxx, the master reads register xxxx-1 from the slave (3710). For example, a request for register 40011 returns register 10 from the slave.

What does the above statement mean? Why is an offset required?

Holding registers, by default, are defined the 4xxxx range, the first holding register staring at 40001. The starting register in the read packet is, on the other hand, numbered from zero. Hence, the start register zero automatically points to holding register 40001, starting register one points to holding register 40002, etc. The fact that the first holding register is 40001 and not 40000 explains the offset that needs to be introduced in the starting register number.

Hence, considering the 3710 Modbus Map statement, if the Master needs to read register 40011, then the corresponding starting register that needs to be put in the read function would be 10 (0A hex) since register 40011 is the register 10 from the first holding register, 40001:
40001 > Start register 0
40002 > Start register 1
40003 > Start register 2
40004 > Start register 3
40005 > Start register 4
40006 > Start register 5
40007 > Start register 6
40008 > Start register 7
40009 > Start register 8
40010 > Start register 9
40011 > Start register 10

The Modbus Read Request Packet for a master reading 3 registers from a slave with unit ID 100 (64 Hex) and for starting register of 40011 should be:

Slave ID
Start Register (40011)
# of Registers
CRC Checksum

To summarize, when looking at a modbus map, the starting register number to be used in the read function:

Start Register = Modbus Register 40001.


Original article#12774


All content © 1992-2007 Schneider Electric

Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL188799 V1.0, Originally authored by KBAdPM on 11/03/2007, Last Edited by KBAdPM on 11/03/2007
Related ranges: Modbus / JBus

How do I Monitor Analog Input Over-Under Range conditions on a SCADAPack 350?

Only the Scadapack models 314, 334 and 357 (only AI on the 5606 Lower IO board) have register assignments that monitor the out-of-range status for analog inputs.

The only way to monitor if an analog input has failed, would be to monitor the raw input and look for a zero or full scale value.

For a SP350 using a 5V/20mA register assignment and a 4-20mA input:
The screnshot below shows logic that scales the raw value of input 30001 to produce a scaled value in register 40110 (in mA)

With the 5V/20mA register assignment, a count of 32767 will appear when seeing a full scale value or an out of range value. In either scenario, the mA reading will never go above 20mA which is why the threshold has been set to 19.99mA.

For a SP350 using a 10V/40mA register assignment and a 4-20mA input:

The screnshot below shows logic that scales the raw value of input 30001 to produce a scaled value in register 40110 (in mA)

With the 10V/40mA register assignment, register 30001 can now measure beyond 20mA so it is now possible to tell a full scale value apart from an out of range value. Full scale 20mA now corresponds to a raw input value of 16384. The logic is looking for an out of range condition when it sees 20.01mA or greater.

Can you access the fault history in an ATS46 softstart using ModBus?

Issue: Can you access the fault history in an ATS46 softstart using ModBus?
Product Line: ATS46
Environment: All
Cause: N/A
Resolution: from the Global Help desk;
``You can access by ModBus with W4090 (from 1 to 4) for the fault number, the value is in W4069 and W4091 is used by the ATS to Recall the fault.``

What I think this means is that if you put a value of 1 in word 4090, the most recent fault will be reported in W4091. If you put a 2 in 4090, you will read the next oldest fault in 4091. 4090 is used as a pointer, and 4091 is used to display the value that is pointed to.


Accutech values from ModBUS are close but do not match what is on the display


The Accutech field unit display is showing one value but the local HMI is seeing a slightly different value. The value is close but not quite the same and it doesn't seem to fluctuate or show typical noise you might see from a regular analog signal.

Solution 1:

One possibility is that the process value is changing faster than the modbus variables are updating. As a battery powered, wireless RF field device, certain communication delays are inherent.
  • The field unit updates it's readings based on the configured Sample Rate (SR).
  • The field unit transmits its values back to the base radio based on the configured Transmit Rate (TR).
  • The PLC or HMI will poll the base radio for data periodically based on it's polling rate (PR).
  • Any RF weakness or interference can also cause retries and resynchronizations to add additional delay.
Note: Sample Rate and Transmit Rate will affect the expected battery life for the Accutech field unit.

These delays can mean that it will take some time for a change in values to make it's way through to an HMI or PLC.
For example, assume SR = 5 seconds, TR = 20 seconds , PR = 60 seconds. The worst case scenario, would involve the process value changing at t = 0. The field unit polls the new value at t = 5 seconds, it then gets transmitted to the base radio twenty seconds alter at t = 25 seconds and the PLC polls it a minute later at t = 85 seconds. The PLC now sees the value from nearly a minute and a half ago.

Solution 2:

A second possibility can be caused by a mismatch in the floating-point word-order in combination with a modbus table offset.

The base radio stores its field unit process values as 32-bit floating-point numbers. By default, the base radio stores the FP low word in the low register and the high word in the higher register number (MODBUR ORDER = 3412 by default). SCADAPack RTUs store 32-bit floating point numbers with the word order swapped. That is the FP low word is in the higher register number and the FP high word is in the lower register number. This corresponds to a base radio with MODBUS ORDER = 1234.

In addition to word order, different devices use different conventions for numbering their registers.
In a Base Radio or SCADAPack RTU, the very first holding register in the table (a register offset of 0) is identified as register 40001.
For some other devices, the very first holding register in the table (a register offset of 0) could be identified as register 40000.
This discrepancy can cause the expected register addressing to be off by 1.

These two factors combined can result in seeing a process value that is close but not quite. For example:

The base radio is storing it's temperature value in registers 40015 and 40016 of the base radio and it shows the correct value of 23.33 degrees C.

In the second case with the word order swapped and looking at the register index off by 1, you could come across the value of 23.375 degrees C which is close to the expected value but not quite.

To ensure this isn't the case with a system setup, it is important to poll for all of the field unit registers and examine all of the results.

In the second case, the least significant word will always be FFFF so you won't see tiny fluctuations in the process value that you might expect for an analog value. In fct, you might not see a change until the temperature reaches 23.25 (41B9FFFF)  or 23.5 degrees (41BBFFFF).

What does Neg stand for under logic inputs in SFT2841?

Product Line  

There is a Neg box for the logic inputs in SFT2841. This option, if checked, allows one to wire the input as a negative input. For instance, 1 is normally considered to be high, if you checked Neg, you would effectively be telling the relay that 0 is high.


SEPAM Series 40 and 50 Wiring Diagram

Need the wiring diagram for the SEPAM 40 and 50.

Product Line   
SEPAM Series 40
SEPAM Series 50

Attached is the wiring diagram for the all SEPAM Series 40 and 50.

Cutout diagram for the SEPAM 40 and 50.

Need the cutout diagram for the SEPAM 40 and 50.

Product Line   
SEPAM Series 40
SEPAM Series 50

Attached is the cutout diagram for the all SEPAM Series 40 and 50.

How long does it take the digital input for logic discrimination (ZSI) to be recognized by the Sepam relay?

User wishes to know how long it takes the digital input for ZSI to be recognized by Sepam relay

Product Line
Sepam series 20
Sepam series 40
Sepam series 80


It takes approximately 13 ms (one cycle time of the control reading) operating time for the relay to recognize and react to an input change.

Note: For a Sepam series 20, only input I13 can be used to receive a blocking reception.

Unable to access PowerChute Business Edition or PowerChute Network Shutdown web interface with default browser using localhost as the IP address

Unable to access PowerChute Business Edition or PowerChute Network Shutdown web interface with default browser using localhost as the IP address
Example: https://localhost:6547

PowerChute Business Edition web Agent all version
PowerChute Network Shutdown web client all version

Linux OS running Mozilla Firefox versions 37, 38, 39, 40


Upgrade Mozzilla Firefox to version 51.or access the web interface using https://<system IP>:6547 


SFT2841 Setting and Operation Software Overview

Need an overview of the SFT2841 software for the SEPAM relay.

Product Line   

The SFT2841 software is the setting and operating tool for SEPAM series 20, SEPAM series 40 et SEPAM series 80. It may be used in 2 operating modes:
  •  unconnected to SEPAM, to prepare parameter and protection settings
  •  connected to SEPAM, to download and upload SEPAM parameter and protection settings and have access to all operating functions.
Please see attachment for more information.

Input Circuit Breaker Requirements for Symmetra PX 20/40/80 kw

This document describes the required input over current protection (circuit breaker) required when installing a Symmetra PX

Product line:
Symmetra PX1 Products


All models/ all serial numbers

Input Circuit Breaker Requirements for Symmetra PX 20/40/80 kw

ISX 20K (All-in-One)
90A 208vac

Symmetra PX 40
175A 208vac
80A 480vac (PDU w/ Step Down Transformer required)
60A 600vac (PDU w/ Step Down Transformer required)

Symmetra PX 80
350A 208vac
150A 480vac (PDU w/ Step Down Transformer required)
125A 600vac (PDU w/ Step Down Transformer required)

For more information about this subject please refer to Application Notes 148, 149, and  150. (APC Symmetra PX Frame Installation Deviation and Selection of Input Circuit Breaker Ratings)

App note 150
App note 149
App note 148

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