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Batten Holder BC Angled

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Batten Holder BC Angled

Item Number: 531-WH

Retail
$12.90
RRP (Inc. GST)

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Specifications

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Product brand

Clipsal

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Package 1 Weight

0.09 kg
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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the voltage rating for the PDL 501

 The PDL 501 has a voltage rating of 415V AC

What are the dimensions of the 533 batten holder?

The 533 batten holder has a base diameter of 90mm, overall lenght of 60mm and mounting centres of 50mm.

For further informatiom please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=533

 

How much weight can a 530 batten holder hold for a DIY pendant light?

The 530 batten holder can be used in a pendant situation.
However the 530 is normally attached to a lamp shade (or equivalent) where the lamp shade takes the weight.
 
The 530 according to standards needs to withstand 5nm of force which equated to about 0.5kg
 

What size cut out is required for the PDL 533 Panel Mounting Clip?

The clip requires a 30mm square hole as per the 600 Series/500 Series Brochure (PG 45).
Please see the brochure attached for more information.

Is the Clipsal 501ES, lampholder, available in black?

No these are not available in black, but standard bayonet 501 is 501-BK

https://www.clipsal.com/products/detail?CatNo=501&backto=/search?q&tab-document-1=0&itemno=501-BK

What is the difference between Fire Mode (Function 52) and Force Mode (Function 53) in Altivar 21 Drive.

The difference between the Fire Mode (Function 52) and Force Mode (Function 53) is as follows:

In Fire Mode (Function 52) the Drive will run until it fails, any Fault and/or Stop command will not work. In this function the drive cannot be stopped unless power is removed.
 
In the Force Mode (Function 53) the Drive runs but critical fault and/or Keypad Stop will stop the drive.
 
The Critical faults are:
Over Current (OC), Overvoltage (OP), motor current sensor error (Err7), Under Voltage (UP1), Ground Fault (EF2), OCP and excessive torque boost fault (E-20).
 
 
Refer attachment for the list of faults.
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