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Batten Holder BC Adjustable

White Electric | Batten Holder BC Adjustable

Batten Holder BC Adjustable

Item Number: 535-WE

With an adjustable base allowing you to angle the bulb, the Clipsal Bayonet Cap Batten Holder lets you position your light source exactly where you need it. The batten holder has a White Electric finish.

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Specifications

Design

Range

Clipsal

Product or component type

BC lamp holder adaptor

Colour tint

white electric

Physical

Device mounting

surface

EU RoHS Directive

Under investigation

Provided equipment

  • lamp holder
  • skirt

Others

Unit Type of Package 1

PCE

Number of Units in Package 1

1

Package 1 Weight

74.0 g

Package 1 Height

6.5 cm

Package 1 width

6.6 cm

Package 1 Length

8.6 cm

Unit Type of Package 2

BB1

Number of Units in Package 2

10

Package 2 Weight

1.7 kg

Package 2 Height

8.2 cm

Package 2 width

12.2 cm

Package 2 Length

31 cm

Unit Type of Package 3

CAR

Number of Units in Package 3

100

Package 3 Weight

17.0 kg

Package 3 Height

25.4 cm

Package 3 width

34.8 cm

Package 3 Length

44.5 cm
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What address (memory word) can be used to read the encoder count in an ATV71, ATV930 and ATV340 drives?

 Issue:

Need to read the encoder count over a serial communication network from a drive.

Product Line:

 ATV71 or ATV930 with optional encoder card installed
ATV340 with embedded encoder input or encoder option card installed

Environment:

 ATV71 or ATV930 with optional encoder card installed
ATV340 with embedded encoder input or encoder option card installed

Cause:

 How do you read the encoder pulse count through a network?

Resolution:

Code: Logic address: 16#15EB=5611
CANopen Index: 16#201A/C
DeviceNet path:16#7D/01/0C=125/01/12

Type: Unit (unsigned16) : Read only
Unit: value 1 per count  
 

PUC (logic address 5611) is initialized to the value 0 when the drive is powered on. Every ms this parameter increases or decreases according to the direction of rotation (forward or reverse).
It is a 16 bit register and is not signed, that is to say when 65535 is reached, it goes back to 0.

It is not possible to write this parameter.
There is no detection of overflow

Video: How do I configure IO boards and points on a SCADAPack RTU and then test them with Series E Configurator software?


Summary: The video shows how
  • how to use Series E Configurator software to configure the IO boards to communicate correctly with your SCADAPack RTU processor board.
  • how to use Series E Configurator software to configure system points, derived points and physical points on the IO boards correctly.
  • how to use Point Browser tool in Series E Configurator software to test reading from and writing to configured points.
Product Lines:
Series E Configurator
SCADAPack RTU
Environment:
Microsoft Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10, on 32-bit or 64-bit Operating System

Actions:
  1. Factory reset your RTU
  2. Start Series E Configurator,
  3. Use USB communication setting
  4. Read the RTU Configuration
  5. Open IO-> SCADAPack IO on the left-hand side of Series E Configurator window
  6. When you read the configuration of a factory reset rtu, the modules will not be automatically created
  7. Add a 6601 composite IO module if you are using a 535e RTU.
  8. If we’re using remote IO you’re going to need to change the address so that each address is unique so that you can target each IO board correctly.
  9. Now add another module. You’re going to add the 6201 IO board these are the IO on the actual processor of the 535e on the top rack. Now you can see that your physical IO has been created and it correlates to the physical points on the SCADAPack.
  10. Map the physical points to the dnp points for all physical IO. So just type in 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 for DIs 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 etc. so it’s easy to keep track of their point numbers.
  11. Write the configuration to the SCADAPack. Once the configuration is written open the Points pages and you can see that your physical points have been mapped to dnp points here.
  12. Double click a point to observe the properties.
  13. Create a point from the Points page. To do this you can either create a range or a single point. You must select your point type. For this point we're going to select system and point number 50005. This point correlates to the point the which represents the 6601 IO firmware version.
  14. Open your point browser and start creating some points to test: DIs 1 and 2 and the Dos and AIs from the 6601 module; the last DO from the 6201 module; and the system point you created.
  15. Select the read button and all your values will update.
  16. Make a comment. This is just a point description and this will come straight through to the point browser.
  17. Observe that point 50005 matches your IO firmware.
  18. Test your binary values by writing a 1 to some of them and checking if the corresponding led comes on. If it doesn’t, go to controller setting as and check the led power always on the box and write the configuration. Once it's written and you’ve confirmed the binary points were written to the SCADAPack you should see the led come on.

Can PM5350 log data and send them ?

PM5350 does not have on-board data logging feature. 

The meter has Modbus serial port and can send data when requested via Modbus. 
However, PM5350 does not log data inside the meter.
Modbus Register Map PM5350 : 
https://www.se.com/au/en/download/document/Public+PM5350+v1.11.0+Register+List/

A data logger such as Com'X is required for data logging.
Refer to the catalogue in the link- https://download.schneider-electric.com/files?p_enDocType=Catalog&p_File_Name=LVCATENLX_EN+%28web%29.pdf&p_Doc_Ref=LVCATENLX_EN

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Video: How do I communicate between Series E Configurator software and my SCADAPack RTU?



Issue: Need to use Series E Configurator software to configure SCADAPack RTU. But first, need to know how to set up communications between Series E Configurator software and my SCADAPack RTU
Product Lines:
Series E Configurator
SCADAPack RTU
Environment:
Microsoft Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10, on 32-bit or 64-bit Operating System
Cause: N/A
Solution:
  1. Factory Reset the RTU
  2. Open Series E Configurator and create a new project. I am using a 535e SCADAPack RTU today.
  3. Communicate via USB by going to the communication drop-down menu and select USB.
  4. Read the RTU configuration.
  5. Once the RTU configuration has been read into your RTU click on the general status page. In here you can see many properties of the RTU. If you press refresh it will update your up time and you can also see your input voltage and whether it is normal or out of range.
  6. Set the RTU up for Serial communication
  7. Open the ports folder on the left-hand side.
  8. The DNP address of a factory reset RTU is zero. Change this to a unique number. This needs to be unique because if we have two RTUs at DNP address 12 on the network and you try to communicate with slave device 12, the master will get confused and not know where to send that information.
  9. Set the port 2 functions for serial communication.
  10. Write your new DNP address to your RTU. Once the write is complete go to the communication drop down box and select serial.
  11. Click on your communications setting icon.  Make sure your parameters are the same as your port 2 functions and that your communication with the correct com port.
  12. Try to refresh your page. It will fail because you haven’t updated your target DNP address. So, update this, then go into controller status and refresh your page again and see the traffic light come back to green
  13. Set the RTU up for Ethernet communication
  14. Open TCP/IP page then add your IP address to Ethernet 1. The IP address must be on the same subnet as the rest of your network and the final number must be unique. Enter a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0
  15. Change the IP Address of your computer to be on the same subnet as your RTU
  16. Write the IP address to the RTU.
  17. Now go to the communication drop down box select TCP click on the communication box and enter your IP address and the TCP port number of the RTU is 20000. Refresh your page again and you’ll see the traffic light come back to green if the communication has been set up correctly.

I cannot connect to my SCADAPack E series RTU

Summary:
I am working with a Factory Sealed SCADAPack 334E or 535E RTU. I cannot read/write a configuration to it via USB with the E Configurator. The error reads:
"Request: Config File Read Request DNP Status: Function code not supported (IIN bits set)"
What does this error mean?

Applies to: SCADAPack E series RTUs

Solution:
All new devices comes with the latest firmware with cyber security feature.
You will need to use the latest SCADAPack E configurator v 8.18 and unlock the device first. 

Could you please:
- Download the link below and install the latest SCADAPack E configurator software.
V8.18 is available at the Schneider Electric Exchange:
https://shop.exchange.se.com/en-US/apps/62865/SCADApack-e-workbench-and-utilities/editions

- Follow the security feature instructions below;
•    with the latest system firmware, firstly you’ll need to install the latest E-series configurator on a machine and read the unit by hitting “Current Page refresh” 
•    you’ll be asked for a security lock request upon page refresh. 
•    Select “Device does not require a password” and hit OK, or enter a password and note it carefully.
1 Security lock - Device does not require a password.jpg

•    Below message will pop up if “Device does not require a password” option is selected. And Hit OK.
2. Security lock - Device does not require a password OK.jpg

We'd recommend to upgrade the unit FW to the latest version.

There is some general information here;
https://www.se.com/au/en/download/document/Cybersecurity_SCADAPack_Ltr/

For further information, please refer below for a link to a video that runs you through the issue and how you can disable the security feature.

There are also a couple of other links that may be useful to you.

Please refer to the link below to videos which step you through the details on what you should expect to see on first connecting as well as instructions to either enabling or disabling these security features. 
-> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5pyHST6SJK8&list=PLa7UGrWOTyjmApkczqj3F9FQMgb0BaPjS&index=6&t=0s

For your information, a comprehensive list of software and video support can be found at the following link:
-> https://schneider-electric.app.box.com/s/izfcbrn2ezg0edmghh9628iiw50i7lmi
 

How can I add more circuits in the My Ecodial L project.

My Ecodial L 3.4 enables the user to increase the worksheet for the drawn installation diagram. User can change the worksheet by selecting the page format (A0, A1...A4)
using the sheet model available in the Parameters Menu. (As shown here below)
.Click on Menu Parameters / Diagram / Sheet model then click on the Number of sheets zone.

 
Attention:-
Any symbol should not be outside the existing worksheet area. If it is not the case My Ecodial L 3.4 will not accept the sheet selection!!
 
My Ecodial L 3.4 will not accept smaller worksheet, if the size of your network is too important!
 
Related Function:-
 
Upstream projects:
(Macro-components library / Miscellaneous)
 
This components function will be useful, when the user is interested to connect a (.hil) Ecodial project to another Ecodial project file.
Reference: My Ecodial L Technical    documentation\Upstream project.
 
Incoming/Outgoing: (Macro-components library / Miscellaneous)
This will be useful, when we will connect the sub-networks (present in different sheets or different places in the same project) to the main Network diagram.
 
 
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Range

The Clipsal lighting range provides energy-saving light fittings that combine clever design with innovative technologies. Lighting is interlinked and must be able to operate seamlessly with the multiple input demands it receives across multiple products. 
With the convergence of control and lighting, Clipsal can deliver products whilst leading the market.  
Clipsal provides light fittings that are truly compatible with our wall switches, dimmers, sensors, control systems and more.