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Mounting Plate 2 Gang Conversion

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Mounting Plate 2 Gang Conversion

Item Number: 538-WH

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Specifications

Design

Product brand

Clipsal

Range of product

  • 500 Standard Series
  • PDL
    • Others

      Package 1 Weight

      1 kg
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      Frequently Asked Questions

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      Can I order a NEMA 4X starter enclosure without conduit hole in the bottom?

      Issue:
      Are NEMA 4X starter enclosures available without a conduit hole in the bottom?

      Product Line:
      Class 9991, Class 8536, 8538, 8736, 8738, NEMA 4/4X Enclosures

      Environment:
      US Product Lines

      Cause:
      The 176 Digest does not specify

      Resolution:
      No. We only offer NEMA 4/4X enclosures with a conduit hole in the bottom.

      Painted Stainless Steel Enclosures

      Issue:
      Is there an option for painting the stainless steel enclosures offered for class 8502/8536/8538 contactors and starters?

      Product Line:
      NEMA contactors and starters - GIC Product

      Environment:
      US Product

      Cause:
      Product characteristics and options

      Resolution:
      No, these enclosures cannot be painted at the factory as the paint will not adhere properly to these enclosures.

      Video: How do I perform basic programming on an ATV212?

      Issue:
      Programming ATV212 Drive

      Product line:
      ATV212 or S-Flex 

      Environment:
      All models, all serial numbers 

      Cause:
      Basic Programming for the ATV212 drive.    

      Resolution:




      *First set TYP to 2 for 60 hz motors  (doing this first will pre-set many of the other parameters).

      Program the following drive parameters:
      CNOD - START/STOP
          0 = Terminals (most common)
          1 = HMI (keypad Run/Stop buttons)
          2 = Communications (Serial Communication)
      FNOD - Frequency reference
          1 - Ref Source VIA (4-20mA or 0-10VDC)
          2 - Ref Source VIB (0-10VDC)
          3 - HMI reference (keypad)
          4 - Serial Com Ref
          5 - +/- Speed
      AU1 - Auto Ramp Adapt (default is 1, ALWAYS change to 0 unless you understand what it does)
      ACC - Acceleration in seconds
      DEC - Deceleration in seconds
      FH - Max Frequency
      UL - Upper Limit Frequency (High Speed)
      LL - Lower limit Frequency (Low Speed)
      uL - Rated motor frequency
      uLu - Rated motor Voltage
      tHr - Motor thermal protection ( Full load amps of the motor, for overload protection)
      F111 - Terminal F logic input assignment (Programmable input, default = 2; run forward)
      F112 - Terminal R logic input assignment (Programmable input, default = 6; preset speed)
      F113 - Terminal RES logic input assignment (Programmable input, default = 10; fault reset)
      F415 - Rated motor current (Full Load amps of the motor)
      F417 - Rated motor speed (Motor rpms)
      F601 - Current Limit ( Full load amps of the motor multiplied by the service factor of the motor)
      F201 thru F204 scaling the analog input for VIA (sets scale of analog input VIA)
      F210 thru F213 scaling the analog input for VIB  (sets scale of analog input VIB)
      F201=VIA speed ref level 1 (%)                  If using 4-20mA, set to 20%. If using 0-10V, set to 0%
      F202=VIA output frequency level 1 (Hz)     For 4-20mA set to 0, For 0-10V set to 0
      F203= VIA speed ref level 2 (%)                Set to 100% unless you're using less than 10V or 20mA
      F204= VIA output frequency level 2 (Hz)   Set according to max speed (60Hz in the US)

      F210=VIB speed ref level 1 (%)                  For 0-10V set this to 0%
      F211=VIB output frequency level 1 (Hz)     For 0-10V set this to 0
      F212= VIB speed ref level 2 (%)                 For 0-10V set this to100%. If using 0-5V, set this to 50%
      F213= VIB output frequency level 2 (Hz)    Set according to max speed (60Hz in the US)

      There are many other settings and functions available.  
      Note that S-Flex enclosed drives may have different default values than listed here since the programming is often modified to match the wiring in the enclosure.

      Refer to the ATV212 Programming manual S1A53838 for further details.


                                   

      Is the Airflow exhaust fan WE200 available?

      No unfortunately the WE200 has been discontinued. However, the alternative is 7007A.
      Some of the key features are:
      • BCA axial fan
      • High performance air movement
      • Low noise level
      • One person installation
      • 245 x 245 mm overall intake
      • 4 - 32 mm window depth
      • 172 mm diameter duct
      • 213 mm diameter cut-out hole
      • Pull-cord shutter operation
      • 1 speed
      • Sleeve bearing motor
      For further information please find https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=7007A




      Is there a 3 gang version of the PDL538?

      No, 2 gang only.

      Video: How can you program the ATV212 drive to run in local mode?

      Issue:
      ATV212 drive needs to run in local mode

      Product Line:
      Altivar ATV21 and ATV212

      Environment:
      All

      Cause:
      Needs to use the run/ stop buttons on the face of the drive.

      Resolution:
      Programming as follows using the integral display

      If you would like to be able to switch back and forth between local mode and remote mode, the LOC/REM button can be used.

      This button has a green LED in it. When you press the button, the the LED lights up, and the drive is in local mode. Press the button again to turn off the LED and place the drive back into remote mode. 

      Otherwise, program the drive as follows:
           Push the Mode button until you see AUF
           Once at AUF, do not push the ENT button, just arrow down to parameter CNOD.  Push the ENT buttons and change this value 1 (keypad), then push the ENT button again to save.
           Arrow up to parameter FNOD.  Push the ENT button and change the value to 3 (keypad), then press the ENT button again to save.
           Push the Mode button until you see FR-F.  This is the display menu.  Push the Mode button one more time to go back to the default display (Reference Frequency).

      See the ATV212 Programming Manual and below video for additional details.
       
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