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Socket Flush 2 PIN 10A 76X32mm

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flush

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10 A

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Yes

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

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ENVPEP120506EN

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set of 1

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PCE

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1

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32.0 g

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2.5 cm

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3.3 cm

Package 1 Length

7.7 cm

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full cover plate
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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):
PowerLogic CM2000 (CM2) Firmware version 17.011 for use with DLF3000 and DLF101 (fix for rapid energy accumulation on previous versions of firmware)

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

 

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 code for the NS160H?

NS160H = NSX160H and the part code is LV430404
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Please go to the following links below and check under the Documentation Tab for more information.

Australia - https://www.se.com/au/en/product/LV430404/circuit-breaker-basic-frame%2C-compact-nsx160h%2C-70-ka-at-415-vac-50-60-hz%2C-160-a%2C-without-trip-unit%2C-3-poles/

New Zealand - https://www.se.com/nz/en/product/LV430404/circuit-breaker-basic-frame%2C-compact-nsx160h%2C-70-ka-at-415-vac-50-60-hz%2C-160-a%2C-without-trip-unit%2C-3-poles/

Bacnet communication setup for ATV61 drive

Issue:
How do you configure the ATV61 for BACnet communications?

Product Line:
Altivar 61 with optional BACnet option card.

Environment:
All

Cause:
BACnet setup assistance.

Resolution:
ATV61 implementation of BACnet:

Hardware:

New Part # VW3A3319 after 2011

Old Part # VW3A3315 before 2011

Compatible with the ATV61 only.  Will not work on an ATV71!

Requires V1.2 or higher software version inside the ATV61.

The new VW3A3319 option card has the preferred 4 pin screw terminal connector.
Pinouts for the new card.
A= -
B= +
Ground
Shield

The old VW3A3315 option card has a female DB9 connector.  This is not common in the BACnet world and causes problems on many installations.  Recommend Phoenix contact part # SUBCON-PLUS ref 2761389 or equal.

 

Pin 3 is -

Pin 4 is Ground (actually signal common)

Pin 7 is +

Option card also has 2 "Polarization switches".  These are used to connect the Pull Up and Pull Down resistors on the option card.  Only one device on the RS485 network needs to have these resistors connected in the circuit, and normally that is the controller.  Under normal conditions, leave them both in the Lower position (closer to the heat sink of the drive) unless there are network connection/reliability issues.

There are 8 DIP switches used to set the Address.  Acceptable addresses are between 1 and 127.  The address setting can be read via the keypad in menu 1.9.

Programming in the Drive:

Configuration is done under Menu 1.9: Communications, under the BACN submenu.

Address:   Read only parameter.  Displays the address set by the DIP Switches on the card.

Bit Rate:  Sets the speed of communication between the drive and the client.  Options are AUTO, 9600, 19200, 38400, and 76800.  Default is AUTO.  All devices on the RS485 network must communicate at the same Bit Rate (also known as Baud Rate).

Format:  Read only parameter, this is fixed at 8-N-1.  Stands for 8 Data bits, No Parity, and 1 Stop bit.   All devices on the RS485 network must be set to the same format.

Time-Out:  Adjustable between 0.1 and 60.0 seconds (1 to 600 tenths).  Sets the time before the drive will "Time Out" indicating a loss of communication with the controller.

Instance Number:  Adjustable between 0 and 4194303.  This must be unique for each device on the network, and we recommend it be set higher than the Address.

Max Devices:  Adjustable between 0 and 127.  Sets the Maximum number of devices allowed on the network.   Reducing this number can improve network speed and data through put.

Max Info Frames:  Adjustable between 1 and 100.  Sets the time period (# of Frames) that the drive "owns" the Token.   Lower numbers will increase network speed, but may not allow the drive to update all parameters on one scan.  Higher numbers will allow full data transfer, but slower update times. Factory default is supposed to be 10, but we've had several reports of this being set to 1, which causes problems.

Data rate used:  Read Only.  Displays the Bit rate (Baud rate) the drive is actually communicating at.  Useful if using the AUTO setting for Bit Rate.

Frame Counter:  Read Only.  Displays the total number of Frames received by the drive sine the last power on.  If this number is very low, or not increasing, then it indicates network problems.

Invalid Frame Counter:  Read Only. Displays the number of bad frames received since the last power on.  If this number is High or increasing rapidly it indicates network problems.

 

 

Experience with the BACnet cards so far:

Difficulty connecting to some controllers (Alerton) at 76800.   Reducing the Bit Rate to 38400 or less seems to correct this issue.   France is checking into this.

Auto Bit Rate setting doesn't always work:   Can happen if there is noise or distortion on the network.  Programming the actual Bit Rate used helps.

8 Series and I/O Profile settings are not supported by the BACnet Option card on ATV61.

ILF (Internal Com.link fault) indicates a problem with the drive or option card.  Go to menu 1.10:Diagnostics under More Fault Info to get the details on ATV61

As with all other networks, duplicate addresses and/or duplicate Instance ID's will cause lots of problems.

Proper cable routing must be followed.  Keep network cable away from power wiring, especially the motor leads.

Improper Grounding can be a significant source of noise.  Make sure the drive and the motor are grounded properly.

What is the difference in ATV61KD.... and ATV61HD..... Drive part numbers?

Issue: 
Drive nameplate shows ATV61H…. but the drive menu 1.11 shows ATV61K …

Product Line:
ATV61, Altivar 61

Environment:
All ATV61 drives upto 100 hp

Cause:
Different part numbers for the same drive.

Resolution:
All E-Flex, M-Flex and PowerGard enclosed adjustable speed drive controllers utilize the ATV61 power converter in a customized hardware and software configuration where the product gains a horsepower rating for devices configured in IP00 with a 3% line reactor (or DC Choke). It is called the PN+1 Rating, Power Identification change for enclosed drive products. The power converter is programmed by Quality Assurance personnel for these settings to match NEC2005 Table 430.250 for 460V and 230V configurations only.

The drive HP/kW sticker (or imprint) on the cover of the power converter component used within the E-Flex or M-Flex enclosure may not necessarily reflect the correct markings for the enclosed package.  However, the graphic terminal display will reflect the correct rating from the factory and should match the enclosed drive controller nameplate and should be observed for the application. 

Example: ATV61HU55N4 (IP20) is on the nameplate, but in the Drive menu (1.11 IDENTIFICATION) shows ATV61KU75N4 (IP00). They are the SAME drive.
When the open style IP20 is changed to IP00, the drive rating increases by one size and the identifying part number changes from H (shown on drive nameplate) to K (shown in the drive menu).  Based on UL test results, the rating change can only be done in our offering of enclosed packages, such as MCC M-Flex and E-Flex.  Using IP00 is not an option for an open style drive.

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

 
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