Sundry Cord Accessories, Weatherproof Ring Plug End with 2 Inch BSP Thread

Amber | Sundry Cord Accessories, Weatherproof Ring Plug End with 2 Inch BSP Thread

Sundry Cord Accessories, Weatherproof Ring Plug End with 2 Inch BSP Thread

Item Number: 437PR-AM

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$13.65
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Colour Amber (AM)
  • Amber 1 PCE

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Specifications

Design

Product brand

Clipsal

Product or component type

coupling ring

Physical

Mounting support

plug

Fixing center

62 x 33 mm

EU RoHS Directive

Pro-active compliance (Product out of EU RoHS legal scope)

Mercury free

Yes

RoHS exemption information

Yes

China RoHS Regulation

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

Material

Material

PVC (polyvinyl chloride)

Others

Package 1 Weight

34 g

Package 1 Height

40 mm

Package 1 width

100 mm

Package 1 Length

70 mm
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What is difference between 437P & 437PR?

The part 437P is half coupling.
 
437PR 437P
  • Suits 437S socket coupling
  • Female threads 2 inch B.S.P (11 T.P.I.), suits 439 Series, 437R Coupling Ring, Single Phase 56SO310 Series sockets, 56C310 Series combinations and SS15 Series suspension switch sockets.

Will the 437PR plug coupling ring screw on to the 56 series socket outlets?

Yes, this part will screw on to the 56 Series oulets as well as the 473P.

Some of the key features are:
  • Female threads 2 inch B.S.P (11 T.P.I.), suits 439 Series, 437R Coupling Ring, Single Phase 56SO310 Series sockets, 56C310 Series combinations and SS15 Series suspension switch sockets.
For further information is https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=437PR


 

Is the thread for on a 437PS series the same as 56 series?

Yes they are the same thread, 2 inch BSP.

What is the IP rating of the 437PS plug and socket set coupling?

There is no IP rating available for this product.

For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=437PS.

 

How to eliminate historic data duplicates or errors for a point from within ViewX

DISCLAIMER

The example below is intended to demonstrate one or more features or methods and is presented as a configuration example only. Schneider Electric assumes no liability for the use or application of this example or any portion thereof. 

Sometimes you may want to eliminate historic data duplicates or errors for a point. An easy way to do that from within ViewX is to create a button with a pick action method animation that will invoke the "Optimize data" method.
1- Create button on a mimic:


2- Double click on the button and select "Pick Action":


3- Select "Method" and click "Next":


4- Browse for the point object, select "Historic" as Aggregate and "Optimize data" as "Method", then click "Next":


5- Click on "Next" then "Finish" to end the configuration.

Now you can save the mimic, put the mimic in "Runtime" and click on the button. The "Optimize data" method will be triggered for that particular point.

Replacing variables in Unity Pro.

Goals and Symptoms


This resolution is intended to show the steps required to replace variables in a Unity Pro project.

Causes and Fixes


With the project and section open, select the variable to be replaced.
Right click on the variable and select Initialize Search.
The Cross Reference box shown below will be displayed detailing all of the places the variable is used throughout the program.



In this example the variable is used in two sections (Code and Code_2), and only in one of the sections is the variable to be replaced.



From the Cross Reference window right click on the variable and select Replace.



Select the replacement variable.
Select the desired section(s) to be effected by the replace.
Initiate the replacement.
Confirm the replacement.






As seen above only section Code was effected and not section Code_2

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