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Clipsal

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Green Premium product

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REACh Regulation

Free of Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold

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Compliant

Mercury free

Yes

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Yes

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

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ENVPEP1605009

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Unit Type of Package 1

PCE

Number of Units in Package 1

1

Package 1 Weight

0.015 kg

Package 1 Height

36 mm

Package 1 width

100 mm

Package 1 Length

133 mm

Unit Type of Package 2

BB1

Number of Units in Package 2

10

Package 2 Weight

0.19 kg

Package 2 Height

90 mm

Package 2 width

104 mm

Package 2 Length

152 mm

Unit Type of Package 3

CAR

Number of Units in Package 3

200

Package 3 Weight

2.8 kg

Package 3 Height

210 mm

Package 3 width

348 mm

Package 3 Length

445 mm
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How to use Com’X510 as a Modbus TCP Gateway for serial slave devices?

1. Please refer to the details in the ‘Modbus TCP Access’ section in the Com’X510 User Guide .

2. Please double check all the slave devices have been set with the same serial settings (Baud rate, Parity, etc.) as the Com’X510 ‘Modbus Serial’ settings (Settings > Communication > Modbus Serial.).

3. Configure the Com’X510 ‘Modbus Gateway’ setting as follows.

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4. Please make sure ‘Enable Serial Modbus Broadcasts’ is enabled.

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5. Please note that the ‘Enable Modbus TCP/IP on Ethernet’ setting in the ‘Firewall Management’ section is also enabled for the required port.

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6. You can check and confirm the Gateway behavior by communicating to the slave devices using Modbus Tester and simply reading registers using the IP address of the Com’X and the Slave ID. Please see below example.

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What can cause an OL1 fault on the ATV21 or ATV212 drives?

Issue: 
OL1 fault on ATV21/ATV212 drives.

Product line:
Altivar ATV212, ATV21 

Environment:
All models, all serial numbers 

Cause:
OL1 is a drive overload fault.  The motor is pulling to many amps and the internal overload is tripping.

Resolution:

OL1 is an overload fault.
ITH parameter under main menu AUF is what determines the overload settings for a motor.  It is normally programmed to match motor FLA.
Confirm that the motor settings including uL, F415 and F417 match your motor name plate.
Check ACC time and make sure it is not too short a ramp up time.  
Set AU1 to 0.
Measure current draw by motor if possible at the output to the motor.  If the current draw surpasses ITH value then it will eventually fault out on OL1 given enough time has passed.
Check for power drop in the line side of the drive.
Set PT to 0.


Video: How do I perform basic programming on an ATV212?

Issue:
Programming ATV212 Drive

Product line:
ATV212 or S-Flex 

Environment:
All models, all serial numbers 

Cause:
Basic Programming for the ATV212 drive.    

Resolution:




*First set TYP to 2 for 60 hz motors  (doing this first will pre-set many of the other parameters).

Program the following drive parameters:
CNOD - START/STOP
    0 = Terminals (most common)
    1 = HMI (keypad Run/Stop buttons)
    2 = Communications (Serial Communication)
FNOD - Frequency reference
    1 - Ref Source VIA (4-20mA or 0-10VDC)
    2 - Ref Source VIB (0-10VDC)
    3 - HMI reference (keypad)
    4 - Serial Com Ref
    5 - +/- Speed
AU1 - Auto Ramp Adapt (default is 1, ALWAYS change to 0 unless you understand what it does)
ACC - Acceleration in seconds
DEC - Deceleration in seconds
FH - Max Frequency
UL - Upper Limit Frequency (High Speed)
LL - Lower limit Frequency (Low Speed)
uL - Rated motor frequency
uLu - Rated motor Voltage
tHr - Motor thermal protection ( Full load amps of the motor, for overload protection)
F111 - Terminal F logic input assignment (Programmable input, default = 2; run forward)
F112 - Terminal R logic input assignment (Programmable input, default = 6; preset speed)
F113 - Terminal RES logic input assignment (Programmable input, default = 10; fault reset)
F415 - Rated motor current (Full Load amps of the motor)
F417 - Rated motor speed (Motor rpms)
F601 - Current Limit ( Full load amps of the motor multiplied by the service factor of the motor)
F201 thru F204 scaling the analog input for VIA (sets scale of analog input VIA)
F210 thru F213 scaling the analog input for VIB  (sets scale of analog input VIB)
F201=VIA speed ref level 1 (%)                  If using 4-20mA, set to 20%. If using 0-10V, set to 0%
F202=VIA output frequency level 1 (Hz)     For 4-20mA set to 0, For 0-10V set to 0
F203= VIA speed ref level 2 (%)                Set to 100% unless you're using less than 10V or 20mA
F204= VIA output frequency level 2 (Hz)   Set according to max speed (60Hz in the US)

F210=VIB speed ref level 1 (%)                  For 0-10V set this to 0%
F211=VIB output frequency level 1 (Hz)     For 0-10V set this to 0
F212= VIB speed ref level 2 (%)                 For 0-10V set this to100%. If using 0-5V, set this to 50%
F213= VIB output frequency level 2 (Hz)    Set according to max speed (60Hz in the US)

There are many other settings and functions available.  
Note that S-Flex enclosed drives may have different default values than listed here since the programming is often modified to match the wiring in the enclosure.

Refer to the ATV212 Programming manual S1A53838 for further details.


                             

Is there any Xantrex support in New Zealand ?

For Xantrex branded products, they are supported locally by Xantrex's authorized distributor, Advance Trident.

Advance Trident ltd (ATL)
173 Marua Road
Mt Wellington, Auckland 1051
PO Box 4174
Shortland St
Auckland 1140
New Zealand
Phone      +64 9 845 5347 ext 2
Head Office Sales: 
+64 9 845 5347 | South Island Sales: +64 27 449 0033

Note:  Although Xantrex is owned by Schneider, they treat it separately.  That's why they have an authorized distributor in NZ.

 

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

Issue:
My ATV21/ATV212 drive is tripping on E20 faults.

Product Line:
Altivar ATV21 and ATV212

Environment:
All

Cause:
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.

Resolution:
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.

 

Video: Firmware upgrade on a PM800, PM5XXX, PM200, PM700, CM4000/T, CM3000 and CM2000 series meters using DLF-3000

Issue
How to upgrade the firmware on a PM800, PM5XXX, PM200, PM700, PM600, CM4000/T, CM3000 and CM2000 series (Powerlogic) meter.

Product Line
PM600 series power meter
PM700 series power meter
PM800 series power meter
PM5000 series power meter
CM4000 series power meter
CM3000 series power meter
CM2000 series power meter

Environment
Firmware Upgrade

Resolution
*Warning: The firmware utilities listed here can cause permanent damage to your product if applied incorrectly. Before downloading any firmware updates, verify the firmware you are downloading is appropriate for the specific model number of your product. If you have any doubts, contact Technical Support for guidance.* 

*Warning: Devices should be disconnected from all monitoring software before performing a firmware upgrade*


Reference the embedded video and attached documents for detailed instructions when using DLF-3000 to upgrade CM4000, PM800, and PM5000 series meter firmware.

The attached procedure is specific to upgrading firmware on the PM800 and PM5000 meters, however the concept and guidelines will be similar for the following meter types in the Powerlogic family:
CM4000 Series
CM3000 Series
CM2000 Series
PM800 Series
PM600 Series 
PM5000 Series
  • To upgrade a CM4000/4250, load the firmware files in the following order using DLF-3000:
1- CM4_DL_XXXXX.fw
2- CM4_OS_XXXXX.fw
3- CM4_LL_XXXXX.fw

If it is a CM4000T, install CVMT_OS_XXXXX.fw after upgrading the CM4_LL_XXXX.fw file.
  • To upgrade CM3000 series, load the firmware files in the following order using DLF-3000:
1- CM3_DL_XXXXX.fw
2- CM3_OS_XXXXX.fw
3- CM3_LL_XXXXX.fw

Use the following link to download the DLF-3000 software:
DLF3000 Download

It is important to note that you need to right click and run DLF3000 as an administrator. 

The following links is to the latest firmware for a CM4000 Series meter (v16.010) and CM4 CVMT OS_11.210:
CM4 DL 13.000
CM4 OS 16.010
CM4 LL 14.170
CM4 CVMT OS 11.210

The following links is to the latest firmware for a CM3000 Series meter (v15.030):
CM3 DL 12.200
CM3 OS 15.030
CM3 LL 14.170

The following link is to the latest firmware for a CM2000 Series meter (v17.011):
FA221408

The following link is to the latest firmware for a PM210 Series meter (v3.150):
PM210 firmware

The following link is to the latest firmware for a PM710 Series meter:
PM710 firmware (V3.150)
PM750 firmware (V3.160)

The following link is to the latest firmware for a PM800 Series meter (v12.700):
PM800 firmware

The following link is to the latest firmware for a PM600 Series meter:
PM600 series firmware 
**NOTE: PM600 series firmware has two options in the above link. Please confirm the correct one is used on your device with the instructions in the link.

The following link is to the latest firmware for a PM5100 Series meter (v2.1.1 and v2.2.1):
PM5100 firmware

Firmware version 2.xx is not compatible with firmware version 1.xx. The following link is to the latest V1.xx firmware for a PM5100 Series meter (v1.5.4 and v1.6.4):
PM5100 V1 firmware

The following link is to the latest firmware for a PM5300 Series meter (v2.1.1 and v2.2.1):
PM5300 firmware

Firmware version 2.xx is not compatible with firmware version 1.xx.The following link is to the latest V1.xx firmware for a PM5300 Series meter (v1.5.4 and v1.6.4):
PM5300 V1 firmware

The following link is to the latest firmware for a PM5560 Series meter that used DLF-3000 for the upgrade (v1.01.0):
PM5560 firmware

All future upgrades past v1.01.0 use the FTP server for the upgrade. See the PM5500 User Guide Page 139 or follow FA299853.

​More Information: 
OS-Operating system;
RS-Reset system;
DL-Download system;
LL-Language Library

 
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