Clipsal Iconic Zone 2 Rocker 10 Pack

Clipsal Iconic Zone 2 Rocker, 10 Pack

Clipsal Iconic Zone 2 Rocker 10 Pack

Item Number: 40Z2R-VW

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$33.55
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Turn on the power of one specific area of your home or office with the Clipsal Iconic Zone 2 Dolly Rocker switch. The easy-to-use dolly rocker allows for fast and smooth transition and the audible click lets the user know when an action has been performed.

Colour Vivid White (VW)
  • Vivid White 1 PCE

Product Dimensions

Width icon

Width23 mm

Height icon

Height23 mm

Depth icon

Depth9 mm

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Specifications

Design

Range

Clipsal Iconic

Product or component type

rocker

Physical

Quantity per set

set of 10

Marking

ZONE2

Switch function

2 positions

Height

23 mm

Width

23 mm

Depth

9 mm

EU RoHS Directive

Under investigation

Environmental Disclosure

ENVPEP120506EN

Others

Unit Type of Package 1

PCE

Number of Units in Package 1

1

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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Frequently Asked Questions

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Which RS-232 cable is used for communication from PC to SCADAPack 4000 series Transmitters?

Schneider Electric 3-wire serial cable p/n TBUM297801 is used to connect from an 3-pin based RS-232 port on the SCADAPack 4000 series Transmitter (4012, 4032, 4102, 4203DR, 4203DS) to DE-9P connector on a DTE such as a PC.

How do I Distinguish Different Versions of 4000 Series Display Modules?

Problem

My transmitter comes with a label that states "Do not interchange display with other sensors", or "Do not install display on a different unit. This display is for 4012 and 4032s only" or "This display is for 4102 and 4203s only" How come I can no longer swap displays on my transmitters?
 

Environment

4000 Series Transmitters, SCADASense Transmitters
 

Solution

The original Invensys displays used by the 4000 Series product line have been discontinued. Investigation into the new displays found that modifications to the new Invensys displays were necessary when the displays were used with a 4299 SI (Sensor Interface) board. The displays must be unmodified to function with an Invensys SI board.

Problems will arise if you try to connect an incorrect display to a 4000 Series Transmitter which is why we discourage swapping displays among transmitters.

  • Original Invensys displays with TRSS part number TBUM298016 will continue to work on all 4000 Series Transmitters
  • New Invensys Displays with TRSS part number TBUM298020 will work on all transmitters that contain an Invensys SI board (4012, 4032, 4202 and older 4102s built before October 2006)
  • New Invensys Displays with TRSS part number TBUM298021 or TBUM298022 will work on all transmitters that contain a 4299 SI board (4203 and 4102s built after October 2006)

To determine if you have a 4299 SI board or an Inversys SI board, open the 4000 Series Configuration Software, find the transmitter then check Status/Information.

Transmitters with a 4299 SI board will have a Sensor Software Version greater than 5.
 

Transmitters with an Invensys SI board will have a Sensor Software Version less than 5.

 

What can I expect if I have the wrong display on my transmitter?

If you have a 4299 display connected to an Invensys SI board, the display will go blank shortly after power up. Cycling power to the transmiter will bring back the display, but only for a short while. With the display out, the transmitter will continue to read valid data that will be accesible via polling.

If you have an Invensys display connected to a 4299 SI board, it will create invalid sensor readings (e.g. static pressure readings of 250,000 PSI. These invalid readings will also be reported to the flow computer or any other device polling the transmitter. Removing the display from the transmitter should allow the transmitter to read normal values again.
 

How can I tell the displays apart?

You can visually differentiate between the old and new style displays by looking at the back of the display (see attached pictures below). The PCB fills the display casing with the old style displays, and is more rectangular with the new style displays. The old style displays will work with any 4000 series product. The new style displays will flash a version string at power up like *LCDAT* .

During the transition, a small number of new boards were modified with one of the connector pins cut for transmitters with the 4299 SI Board.

Original Style Display
 


 

Short Term Display (removed pin circled in red)


 

New Style Display

Transmitters with the Invensys SI board can work with:

  • Original style display
  • New style display with version string *LCDAT* , *LCDAU* or *LCDAV*

Transmitters with the 4299 SI board can work with:

  • Original style display
  • New style display with version string *LCDAW*
  • New style display with cut pin and version string *LCDAT* , *LCDAU* or *LCDAV*

 

What does Neg stand for under logic inputs in SFT2841?

Product Line  
SEPAM 20
SEPAM 40
SEPAM 50
SEPAM 80

Resolution   
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

Issue  
Need the wiring diagram for the SEPAM 40 and 50.

Product Line   
SEPAM Series 40
SEPAM Series 50


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

Cutout diagram for the SEPAM 40 and 50.

Issue  
Need the cutout diagram for the SEPAM 40 and 50.

Product Line   
SEPAM Series 40
SEPAM Series 50


Resolution   
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?

Issue
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

Environment
Performance

Resolution
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

Issue:
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

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

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

Cause:
https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1148766

Solution:
Upgrade Mozzilla Firefox to version 51.or access the web interface using https://<system IP>:6547 
Examples: https://192.168.1.10:6547



 

SFT2841 Setting and Operation Software Overview

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

Product Line   
SFT2841
SEPAM 20
SEPAM 40
SEPAM 80


Resolution   
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.

Where can I get support for APC and MGE Products?

For support on APC and MGE products please visit:  https://www.apc.com/support/

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


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

 
Product line:
Symmetra PX1 Products


Environment:

All models/ all serial numbers

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

Resolution:
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
https://www.apc.com/salestools/AWAR-7KEP2T/AWAR-7KEP2T_R0_EN.pdf
 
App note 149
https://www.apc.com/salestools/AWAR-7KEPUW/AWAR-7KEPUW_R0_EN.pdf
 
App note 148
https://www.apc.com/salestools/AWAR-7KEQPR/AWAR-7KEQPR_R0_EN.pdf

Application of SEPAM Relays for Arc Flash Hazard Reduction at LOW_VOLTAGE Switchgear

Issue  
Need to limit the ARC flash hazard using the SEPAM relay.

Product Line
SEPAM 20
SEPAM 40
SEPAM 80

Resolution
This report documents application of the SEPAM protective relay for reduction of arc flash hazard levels at LOW_VOLTAGE switchgear not equipped with a main breaker. A common configuration for an industrial electric distribution system is to supply unit substation transformers from a primary distribution system consisting of one or more 15 kV class switchgear assemblies with feeder breakers and medium voltage cable. Each primary distribution feeder supplies one or more unit substation transformers and associated LOW_VOLTAGE switchgear. The LOW_VOLTAGE switchgear may or may not be equipped with a main breaker. For switchgear not equipped with a main breaker, a protective relay can be applied as a virtual main to sense total current at the LOW_VOLTAGE bus and provide a trip signal to the medium voltage feeder breaker supplying the unit substation. If the virtual main relay can trip the medium voltage breaker with minimal time delay, significant reduction in the arc flash incident energy and hazard level at the LOW_VOLTAGE switchgear can be obtained.

 

SEPAM Main/Feeder Application Notes

Issue   
What is the difference between the ANSI Main/Feeder - ICE Feeder and IEC Main 

Product Line   
SEPAM 20
SEPAM 40
SEPAM 50
SEPAM 60
SEPAM 80 

Resolution
Here is an overview of the attachment below.  For more information please open attachment.

ANSI and IEC Main Breakers are wired differently. ANSI standard wiring practices have CT polarity orientation towards the source of power, where IEC standards has the CT polarity orientation toward the switchgear bus. See Figure 1. Therefore, for IEC main breaker applications, the normal flow of power is into the non-polarity side of the cts. The manufacturing advantage of the IEC switchgear is that the IEC main and feeder are identical. In switchgear constructed per ANSI standards the CT polarity is towards the source for both the Main and the Feeders. IEC and ANSI feeders are the same.

 

MAIN FDR APP Note.zip

 
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