block mounting pvc 115mm sq

Mounting Block, 2 Gang, Square

Catalogue Number: 448
block mounting pvc 115mm sq
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Colour White Electric (WE)
  • White Electric 1 PCE


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mounting block
Fixing center
84 x 46 mm
28 mm
120 mm
120 mm
PC (polycarbonate)
Number of gangs
2 gangs
Unit Type of Package 1
Number of Units in Package 1
Package 1 Weight
129 g
Package 1 Height
29 mm
Package 1 width
120 mm
Package 1 Length
120 mm
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Toxic heavy metal free
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Do the 448 and 449A, both suit the Prestige range?

Yes, they do suit the Prestige Range.

For more information, please refer to the link: 


Is there a 448 mounting block available in black?

No, unfortunately this mounting block is unavailable in black. As an alternative we can do the 448SD Mounting block in black however it has a depth of 14mm a pose to 28mm.
Some of the key features are:

  • Large size format, deep mounting
  • With metal inserts, 16 mounting screw positions
  • Various colours available
For further information please visit

What mounting block should be used with a large plate Prestige switch?

The 448 should be used with a large plate Prestige switch.

ION Enterprise 5.6 builds 447 and 448 will not upgrade to SP2 on client machine, secondary server, or database server

This customer support bulletin identifies a potential issue with ION Enterprise 5.6 B447 and 448 when upgrading to Service Pack 2, and explains the resolution.
There is a problem with the ION E 5.6 SP2 Installer when executed against builds 447 and 448 of ION Enterprise 5.6. The problem results in an upgrade installation failure when run on a client machine, secondary server or database server. The upgrade of a primary server will succeed When the SP2 install fails, the customer is left with the pre-existing version (5.6 or 5.6 SP1). This rollback will not appear to impact the function of the client, secondary or database server, but will leave the customer with a system where the primary is using a different version than the other machines; an unsupported configuration which may result in data and connection errors. We have determined that the stated builds were delivered during May, June and July 2007. The issue does not affect build 449, which has been in release since July 31st, 2007.

A modified version of the service pack will be available for download from the website by October 13th, 2008, at 12:00 PM GMT. Any installation of Service Pack 2, whether by the customer or a proxy on behalf of the customer, must use the modified version. The modified version will work with build 449 as well.

The following workaround is available for customers unable to wait for the modified version of the service pack. However, as the workaround involves shipment and end-customer delivery of a CD, it is likely that downloadable service pack will be available by the time the workaround can be implemented. In addition, there are steps which should be taken in the event the customer needs to upgrade a database server, and we strongly suggest tech support be contacted if this is the case.

  1. Verify the customer is using build 447 or 448 of ION Enterpise 5.6, as the following is not necessary if they are using build 449. To verify, open the file "ION Enterprise5.6Setup.log" on the client, secondary or database server. Note: If you have previously installed Service Pack 1, open the file called "ION Enterprise_5.6_SetupLog(1).log" instead. The build will be listed on the 15th line, and will resemble "OK (0) ION Enterprise 5.6 build 448".
  2. Request a new ION Enterprise 5.6 CD via PMC Technical Support. All new versions use build 449.
  3. Upon delivery, uninstall ION Enterprise 5.6.
  4. Re-Install using the delivered CD.
  5. Install Service Pack 2. At this point, the version of the service pack is not of consequence, as there is no issue with build 449.

If you have questions about this bulletin, use any of the various means of contacting us presented on the following web page to communicate to us:

Last Revised: 22 Sept 2008


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Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL192820 V2.0, Originally authored by DaMi on 09/24/2008, Last Edited by DaTh on 10/29/2008
Related ranges: ION Enterprise V5.6

Do you have a deeper version of the 448SD, large format, mounting block?

Yes, we do have a deeper version of the 448SD, large format, mounting block. The part number is 448.

The depth of the 448SD is 14mm where as the 448 has a depth of 28mm.

Do you have a 32A version of a 438 extension socket?

No, the largest rated version of a 438 extension socket is the 438/20 which is 20A.

Is the 488 tester still available

No it has been replaced by the spark-e-mate 493BTL and 493BTL I

Does the PDL 44A come in black?

No. This product is only available in white.

How do I purchase the Hospitality Cards for a PDL626N?

Levco are the suppliers of Hospitality cards +64 9 444 0161

The card is not supplied in the PDL626N pack.

What is part no for mounting block to suit 40

Part no for mounting block is 447

What is W48 on my Conext XW+/SW?

The W48 warning comes on when I am inverting, and the Control Panel beeps and flashes.

Product Line
XW, Conext XW+, Conext SW

Battery based inverters typically used off-grid, or during power outages.

W48 is related to F48.  F48 is the Low Battery Cut Out Fault.  In our inverter, the W48 warning appears when the battery voltage reaches the Low Battery Cut Out setting plus 2Vdc.

Acknowledge the fault, and recognize that the battery may need charging.  The warning can be avoided by lowering the LBCO, but that also means that the inverter is allowed to use more of the battery when it is inverting.  If a generator is available, this would be a good time to turn the generator on to charge.  This can also occur if there is a large load that drags the battery bank voltage down while running.  This type of scenario is fairly normal for smaller sized battery banks.  The fault can also be cleared manually using an SCP or Combox if the battery voltage has increased past the warning threshold.

What are the maximum IO counts for the M251 using the TM3 Expansion modules?

For discrete IO modules, you can have up to 488 digital IO counts.
For Analog IO modules, you can have up to 114 analog IO counts.
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