contactor 1mod 240v 20a
Contactor commercial 1NO 1 module; Max 4; Clipsal
contactor 1mod 240v 20a
Contactor commercial 1NO 1 module; Max 4; Clipsal

Max 4 Din Rail Mount Contactors, 1 Module, 240V, 50Hz, 20A at AC1, 220-250V

Catalogue Number: 4CNT1
contactor 1mod 240v 20a
Contactor commercial 1NO 1 module; Max 4; Clipsal
contactor 1mod 240v 20a
Contactor commercial 1NO 1 module; Max 4; Clipsal
Retail
$135.07*
RRP (Inc. GST)

Specifications

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Product brand
Clipsal
Range of product
  • Series 4
  • Power
    • [Us] rated supply voltage
      240 V AC 50 Hz
      Network type
      AC
      Auxiliary contact composition
      1 NO
      Sustainable offer status
      Green Premium product
      REACh Regulation
      Free of 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
      ENVPEP110308EN

      Frequently Asked Questions

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      Is the 4CNT2 rated at 25A?

       
      Yes the 4CNT2 is rated at 25A at AC1.

      Some of the key features are:
      • DIN rail mount
      • 1/2 pole
      • 1 module
      • 25 A at AC1
      • Frequency rating: 50 Hz
      • 220-250 V AC Coil
      For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=4CNT2

      What is the safe operating temperature of the 4CNT1?

      The operating range of the 4CNT1 contactor is -5 to +60 degrees celsius.

      Some of the key features are:
      • DIN rail mount
      • 1/2 pole
      • 1 module
      • 20 A at AC1
      • -5 to 60 deg C Operating Temperature
      For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=4CNT1

       

      Do you have a 20A single phase contactor?

      Yes the part number is 4CTN1

      How to run a function when a page is shown in PowerLogic SCADA v7.20; Using "On page shown" and "While page shown" properly

      To run a function when you click on a page in PowerLogic SCADA v7.20 (PLS), add the function to the Page Properties of the current page in Citect Graphics Builder. Select the Events tab, check the On page shown box and enter the desired function in the On page shown command box.

      If you add the function to the While Page Shown, the function will not run if it contains a blocking function.

      For example, consider the following function where cnt1 has been defined as a Local Variable.

      FUNCTIONTest()
      IF cnt1<1000THEN
      cnt1=cnt1+1;
      END
      // cnt1=TagRead("MyPM870\MMXU1\Hz");
      END



      Calling this function from the "While page shown command" box will work because there is no blocking function inside Test().

      Alternatively, consider the following modified Cicode with TagRead added, which is blocking function:

      FUNCTIONTest()
      // IF cnt1<1000 THEN
      // cnt1=cnt1+1;
      // END
      cnt1=TagRead("MyPM870\MMXU1\Hz");
      END

      This will NOT work and until the tag will be available from the cache, it will generate a hardware alarm (System Alarms page)--"Foreground Cicode cannot block"--and the execution of the function will be cancelled. The alarm will disappear after the code execution has stopped.

      In the following screen capture of the Client Kernel, we can see that PageFG (page foreground cicode) is in the Stop state since Test() contained a blocking function.


      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL208839 V2.0, Originally authored by AnVa on 08/10/2012, Last Edited by AnVa on 10/08/2012
      Related ranges: PowerSCADA Expert 7.2, PowerLogic SCADA 7.1

      What to do if PowerChute Network shutdown configuration wizard displays blank Network Configuration page?

      Issue:
      After installing PowerChute Network Shutdown when the configuration wizard runs the PowerChute Setup: Network Configuration page display is blank.

      Product:
      PowerChute Network Shutdown version 3.1

      Environment:
      All supported Windows OS

      Cause:
      Corruption in pcnsconfig.ini

      Solution:

      We recommend uninstalling PCNS 3.1 and installing PCNS 4.2


      If continuing with PCNS 3.1

      1 - stop PowerChute service
            Open command prompt as administrator and type net stop PCNS1

      2 - Open pcnsconfig.ini using wordpad or notepad
            The default path to pcnsconfig.ini is C:\Program Files\APC\PowerChute\group1

      3 - Enter the system ip information to [Networking] localHostAddress = for IP v4 or UnicastAddress = for IP v6

      [Networking]
      protocol = https
      httpPort = 3052
      httpsPort = 6547
      NetworkConfig = IPV4
      ESXiVirtualInstall = false
      HyperVVirtualInstall =
      MulticastAddress =
      IPv6NetworkConfig = unicast
      localHostAddress = 192.168.1.X
      UnicastAddress =


      4 - Add user name, password, and NMC IP information to [NetworkManagementCard]

      [NetworkManagementCard]
      mode = single
      IP_1 = 192.168.0.X
      port = 80
      protocol = http
      enrolWithNMC = true
      acceptCerts = false
      username = apc
      password = apc


      NOTE: user name and password are not visible. You need to enter username = along with password =. This information will be read and deleted from the ini file when the service is started. See Knowledge Base document FA159758 for assistance with PCNS user name and password. If port has been changed from 80 and protocol has been changed they will need to be adjusted accordingly.

      5 - Restart PowerChute service
           from command prompt type net start PCNS1

      6 - After restarting PCNS1 service log into PCNS web page and select Shutdown Settings to complete the configuration.