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Socket Flush 2 PIN 10A 76X32mm

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Socket Flush 2 PIN 10A 76X32mm

Item Number: 430-WE

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Specifications

Design

Product brand

Clipsal

Sustainable offer status

Green Premium product

Physical

Quantity per set

set of 1

Marking

without marking

Local signalling

without light indicator

Device mounting

flush

[In] rated current

10 A

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

Others

Cover type

full cover plate

Unit Type of Package 1

PCE

Number of Units in Package 1

1

Package 1 Weight

32.0 g

Package 1 Height

2.5 cm

Package 1 width

3.3 cm

Package 1 Length

7.7 cm
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Frequently Asked Questions

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Is the ATV630 (or ATV930) Process drive available with 1 phase input and 3 phase output?

Issue:
Are the Process drives available with single phase input and 3 phase output?

Product Line:
Altivar 630
Altivar 930

Environment:
Application 

Cause:
Wants to know if the ATV630 Process drive is offered in 1 phase input 3 phase output. 

Resolution:
The ATV630 is approved for some single phase input, 3 phase output applications. 
See the current Annex to the Getting Started with Altivar Process ATV600 document below:
https://www.schneider-electric.com/en/download/document/EAV64300/

This document lists models for 240V and 480V Pump applications.
Note: Do not use ATV630D55M3 and ATV630D75M3 for 1-phase application.

At this time, no ATV900 Process drives are approved for single phase supply.  They are designed strictly for 3 phase input power to run a 3 phase motor.

The ATV900 series may be used in conjunction with a 3rd party input bridge from a company like Bonitron (Bonitron Solutions for Schneider Drives) .
Contact Bonitron directly for assistance.

What is the length of the shaft extension in the VCCDN20?

Issue:
What is the length of the shaft extension kit in the Mini-Vario Nema Type 1 & 12 Assembled Rear Mounting switch VCCDN20?

Product Line:
Mini-Vario & Vario Assembled and Enclosed switches.

Environment:
Mini-Vario & Vario UL 508 Disconnect Switches

Cause:
Assembly/wiring, Components

Resolution:
Please note that these shaft extension kits can be field modified to accommodate the depth of the panel. The two shafts extension kits for the VCCDN20 are listed below
Door To Panel Distance:        
VZN17            300 - 330mm (min - max)
VZN30            400 - 430mm (min - max).

What are the causes of an USF fault on ATV61/ATV71 drives?

Issue:
Causes of an USF fault on ATV61 drives.

Product line:
ATV61, ATV71, Altivar 61, Altuvar 71

Environment:
All models

Cause:
Undervoltage supply.

Resolution:
The USF fault occurs when the DC bus voltage level drops below the threshold set in 1.8 Fault Management > Undervoltage Management > Undervoltage level. 

For N4, 480V drives at factory setting of 480VAC, the threshold is 430VDC on the DC bus or 304VAC on the line terminals. 
For M3, 240V drives at factory setting of 260VAC, the threshold is 230VDC on the DC bus or 163VAC on the line terminals.
For Y, 575V drives at factory setting of 690VAC, the threshold is 571VAC on the DC bus, or 404VAC on the line terminals.

Recommendations:
- Measure the the incoming line to line voltages
- Compare the line voltage to the Mains Voltage as shown under Menu 1.2 Monitoring, and also the measurement of the DC bus voltage.
- If the standard line voltage is low, you can adjust the Mains voltage setting.
- Adjust the Undervoltage time out to compensate for line contactors, or add time delay before a fault would occur. 
 

How to Calculate the Required Capacity kVA Rating or Amperage Capacity for Single and Three Phase Transformers

Issue:
Calculation of kVA capacity for a Single or Three Phase Transformer, based on Winding Voltage and Amperage information.
 
 
Environment:
Applies to all Single and Three Phase Transformers.
 
Cause:
kVA sizing must often be calculated from Primary or Secondary Winding Voltage and Amperage information.
 
Resolution:

This Frequently Asked Question offers three different methods for finding the needed information:

1.  
This link on the Schneider Electric Website is a Transformer Data Calculator:

https://tools.se.app/transformerdata/index.html?language=en&country=usa#/transformer-data

There are also the following methods for calculating or finding the Required Capacity kVA Rating or Amperage Capacity for Single and Three Phase Transformers:

2.  To determine kVA you must have at least two pieces of information:  
  1. the load line-to-line voltage (V)
  2. the maximum load phase current (I)

Single Phase Transformers: kVA = (V * I) /1000
Three Phase Transformers:  kVA = (V * I * 1.732) / 1000
where 1.732 is the simple numerical value for the square root of 3 (1.7320508...)
Then round up to the next standard 3ph kVA rating as found in Section 14 of SquareD/Schneider Electric Catalog, Digest 178 .

Single Phase Transformer Example: V = 240, I = 175; Therefore: kVA = (240 x 175) / 1000 = 42 kVA
This calculates to 42 kVA, thus we round up to a standard Single Phase size 50kVA.  From the Digest, an EE50S3H will satisfactorily serve this load.

Three Phase Transformer Example:  V = 208, I = 175; Therefore: kVA = (208 x 175 x 1.732) / 1000 = 63.05kVA
This calculates to 63+ kVA, thus we round up to a standard Three Phase size 75kVA.  From the Digest, an EXN75T3H will satisfactorily serve this load.

Note:  This is a sample kVA calculation and does not take into account possible special load requirements, such as found with motors or some medical equipment, or other specialty applications.


Amperage provided for a given KVA can be determined by similar techniques:

Single Phase Example:  Using a 50 KVA Single Phase Transformer as a starting point.  50KVA is equal to 50,000 VA. (K= 1,000)  The full value in VA, 50,000 is then divided by the Voltage 240V = 208 Amperes.  This is a "Two Step Division", technique:  VA / Voltage = Amperage

Three Phase Example:  Using a 75 KVA Three Phase Transformer as a starting point.  75 KVA is equal to 75,000 VA. (K= 1,000)  The full value in VA, 75,000 divided by 1.732 = 43,302, which is then divided by the Voltage 208V = 208.2 Amperes.  This is a "Three Step Division", technique:  VA / 1.732 / Voltage = Amperage


3.  As an alternative to these calculations, you may prefer to use the charts below.  Standard KVA sizes are shown on the left margin, Standard Line-to-Line Voltages are shown along the top margin. 

Chart Example:  Using the numbers from the earlier Three Phase Transformer Example V=208, I=175.  Use the chart titled "Three Phase Low Voltage Dry Type Transformers".  Following the 208V top margin entry, and reading down vertically, it is seen that the first entry in that 208V vertical column that will cover 175A, and then some, is 208A, which indicates a 75 KVA Transformer, shown in the next over vertical column to the left.

See pages 3 & 4 of document 7400HO9501 "Looking for Low Voltage Transformer Solutions" for more information and conversion tables.
kVA Table

What is the replacement for the NS160N Breaker with TM125D?

The replacement for the NS160N Breaker with TM125D is NSX160F Breaker with same trip unit part number "LV430631"

https://www.schneider-electric.com.au/en/search/LV430631

 

Does PM5000 Series Meter have internal battery?

PM5000 Series Meter have internal RTC (Real Time Clock).
The internal battery in the meter keeps its clock running and helps maintain the time even when the meter is powered down.
Battery back-up time - 3 years without control power
The life expectancy of the meter’s internal battery is estimated to be over 10 years at 25 °C under typical operating conditions.

Refer to user manual (Meter Battery) page 188 and 208.
https://www.se.com/au/en/download/document/HRB1684301/

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