SOCKET O'LET SWT TIMER IP56 L-
socket o'let swt timer ip56 l/
SOCKET O'LET SWT TIMER IP56 L-
socket o'let swt timer ip56 l/

Socket Outlet Switched Timer Ip56 Less Enclosure

Catalogue Number: 56CTCLE
SOCKET O'LET SWT TIMER IP56 L-
socket o'let swt timer ip56 l/
SOCKET O'LET SWT TIMER IP56 L-
socket o'let swt timer ip56 l/
Colour: Grey
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • Grey 1 PCE

Specifications

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Range of product
Series 56
Range
Clipsal - 56 Series
Product brand
Clipsal
Product or component type
socket-outlet
Device application
power supply
Number of poles
3
Plug, socket category
low voltage
Outlet standard
Australian/New Zealand
Plug, socket, control station shape
straight
Number of power socket outlets
1 protective cover
[In] rated current
10 A
[Ue] rated operational voltage
250 V AC 50 Hz
Poles description
1P + N + E
Protection type
without protection
Device mounting
surface
Number of plates
1
Material
polycarbonate: cover
Contacts material
pins: phosphor bronze
Connections - terminals
screw terminals cable(s) 2.5-6 mm²
Electrical connection
industrial connector
Depth
39 mm
Width
101 mm
Height
294 mm
Targeted country
Australia
Market segment
  • industry
  • utility
  • small commercial
    • Standards
    • AS/NZS 3133
    • AS/NZS 3123
      • Ambient air temperature for operation
        -25-75 °C
        IP degree of protection
        IP66 conforming to AS 60529
        EU RoHS Directive
        Will be compliant – Date to be confirmed
        Circularity Profile
        N/A

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        Frequently Asked Questions

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        What is the part name for a spare timer for the 56CTC-GY

        Spare timer part number is 56TCLE-GY

        What is the Replacement timer for a 56CTC2SO?

        The 56TCLE-GY is the module required .
        For more information on the 56 series please visit the Clipsal web site on the link provided
        https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=56tcle

        Is there a one piece timer auto/ manual switch with outlet?

        Yes, the part number is 56CTC.

        What is replacement part for timer in part number 56CTC?

        The replacement part for timer to suit is 56CTCLE.

        What is the part number for a 56 series analogue timer for the 56CTC?

        The part number for a 56 series analogue timer for the 56CTC is - 56TCLE

        For further information ,visit link below:-
        https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=56TCLE
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        Will 56RCLE fit in 56ES1 shallow base?

        56RCLE has a total depth of 65mm of which 28mm is the protrusion into the back box. The total depth of 56ES1 is 38mm. Fitting 56RCLE on 56ES1 will provide only 10mm wiring room.
        Please refer to the below drawings for more details:

        For further information, please visit:
        https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=56RCLE
        https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=56ES1

        What is the part number for a 56 series 10amp outlet with 24hour timer and manual over ride availability?

        The part number for a 56 series 10amp outlet with over ride availability is - 56CTC

        For further informaton visit link below:-

        https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=56CTC
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        What is the part number for the replacement timer in a 56CTC?

        The part number of the replacement timer is 56TCLE.

        Some of the key features are:
        • Time: 24 hour
        • Battery reserve
        • Less enclosure
        • 294 Height x 101 Width x 63 Depth

        For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=56TCLE

         

        What is the part number for the double switch on the 56CTC combination timer?

        The part number for the double switch on the 56CTC combination timer is a 56SSW2AMLE.
        Some of the key features are:
        • 2 gang
        • Twin sliding
        • With Sliding switch dollies
        • Less enclosure
        • IP66
        • 10A
        • 250VAC
        • Labelled Auto/Man/On/Off
        For further information please visit www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=56SSW2AMLE




         

        How do I recycle my UPS or UPS battery?

        Issue:
        How do I recycle my UPS or UPS battery?

        Product Line:
        Smart-UPS, Back-UPS

        Environment:
        All models, All Serial Numbers

        Cause:
        APC UPS products contain battery modules that must be periodically replaced as well as Electronic components than may be recyclable.

        Resolution:
        Options for recycling in your region/country can be found on your local APC site's Sustainability page, found in the lower left of the APC home page under Who We Are.

        Recycling Options vary per country:
        https://www.apc.com/us/en/who-we-are/sustainability/recycling-options.jsp
        https://www.apc.com/jp/ja/who-we-are/sustainability/recycling-options.jsp
        https://www.apc.com/de/de/who-we-are/sustainability/recycling-options.jsp
        https://www.apc.com/es/es/who-we-are/sustainability/recycling-options.jsp

        How do I dispose / recycle APC batteries?

        Phone 0800 333 373 APC technical team in the Phillipines or go to the website: recycle.apcpacific.com/nz
         

        What are the part numbers to make up a 56 series , 5 pin 50amp switched outlet with RCD protection?

        The part numbers to make up a 56 series , 5 pin 50amp switched outlet with RCD protection are - 56E4 , 56C550LE ,56CB4 & 4RC463/30

        For further information , visit links below:-
        https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=56E4
        https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=56C550LE
        https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=56CB4
        https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=4RC463/30
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        Procedure for Adding a CM2000 Waveform Trigger Task in System Manager Software

        Issue
        A Waveform Trigger Task is needed in System Manager Software

        Product Line
        SMS 3.1
        SMS 3.2
        SMS 3.3
        SMS 4.0
        SMS 4.2
        SMS 4.3
        CM2000

        Environment
        System Manager Software with CM2000's

        Cause
        No Task has been created in the software

        Resolution

        To create a new task to trigger and upload a waveform from a Series 2000 Circuit Monitor, follow these steps:
        1. Click Setup > Scheduled Tasks. The Setup Scheduled Tasks dialog box displays.
        2. Click Tasks to display the Tasks dialog box. 3. From the Task Type box, select Onboard Data Log/Waveform Upload.
        4. Click Add to display the New Task dialog.
        . Enter a Task Name. (The Task Type displays from the previous dialog.)
        6. Click Continue. SMS displays the Trigger CM2000 Waveform Capture Task dialog.
        7. Select the CM-2000 circuit monitor (CM-2150 or higher) for which you want to upload information.
        8. In the Waveform box, click 4-cycle to upload 4-cycle waveforms, or click Extended to upload extended waveforms.
        9. Click OK
         Assign Tasks to a Reference Time To assign tasks to a reference time, follow these steps:
        A. Click Setup > Scheduled Tasks. SMS displays the Scheduled Tasks dialog box.
        B. In the Reference Time box, click the desired Reference Time
        C. In the Tasks Available box, click a Task you want to assign to the selected Reference Time and drag it to the Tasks Selected box.
        D. Click Close. SMS displays a prompt asking whether you want to save the current settings. To save the reference time(s) you just added, click Yes.
         

        Does 41E300PBUD2SM Iconic push button dimmer do ON /OFF + dimming?

        Yes, 41E300PBUD2SM is an integrally switched dimmer, with tactile feel push button.

        Pushbutton Universal Dimmer Operation:
        Short Press : 
        • Press the pushbutton to switch the light On or Off.
        •The dimmer has memory, and will remember the previous dim setting, when you switch the light on. When you press the pushbutton to switch the light Off, the unit will store the current setting in memory.
        Long Press :
        • Press and hold the pushbutton to dim the light up and down. Release to stop dimming.
        • The dimmer will cycle up and down alternately. With a Long Press while the light is On, the dimmer will dim down (decrease brightness) by default. With a Long Press when the light is Off, the dimmer will dim upwards (increase brightness) by default. A subsequent Long Press will dim in the opposite direction.
        • Whilst dimming, if the light reaches its maximum or minimum brightness level, dimming stops at that level.
        • A single ramp cycle takes about 10 seconds to complete (full range, min. to max.).
        • If the pushbutton is not pressed for 15 seconds, the dimmer is set to dim down on the next Long Press.
        Note: If the pushbutton is pressed for longer than 15 seconds, the pushbutton dimmer unit will go into Configuration Mode

        For further information, please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=41E300PBUD2SM

        How to setup an IP address on a 170ENT11002 using the Concept configuration tool.

         

        How to setup an IP address on a 170ENT11002 using the Concept configuration tool.

        1. Temporally change the IP address of your laptop or PC to the IP scheme of your new ENT module. (ex: 192.168.30.2)
        2. Connect a crossover cat5 cable from your PC to the ENT module.
        3. Open the Ethernet Configuration tool located in <Start> <All Programs> <Concept>.



        4.Select Add.



        4. Enter the last octet of the new IP address where it says Node and modules MAC address then press OK.



        6. Press the Bootp button to start the bootp server and then recycle power to the ENT module. You will noticed that the Status will change from unknown to assigned after the module's power up cycle completes.
        7. Press the Bootp button to stop the bootp server.



        8. Ping the new IP address from a DOS prompt.



        9. Double click on node number on main screen and on new screen press Connect to module



        10.Press the Flash IP address button then press OK. (This permanently saves the IP address to flash ram)



        11.The status should have changed to OK



        12.Final check is to recycle power on the module and after complete power up cycle the RUN light should be on solid which tell you it has an IP address stored in flash ram.
        13.Now you should be able to ping the new stored IP address.

        Used Battery Disposal Options

        Issue:
        How do I dispose of used UPS batteries?

        Product Line:
        Smart-UPS, Back-UPS

        Environment:
        All models, All Serial Numbers

        Cause:
        Used batteries must be disposed of properly.

        Resolution:
        If you purchased an APC Replacement Battery Cartridge in the U.S. or Canada, information on how to download and print a prepaid shipping label to return the old battery will be provided with the new Replacement Battery Cartridge. Please note that return shipping service is not provided for the RBC13, RBC14, or Symmetra replacement battery products.

        If you did not purchase an APC Replacement Battery Cartridge, then you can either dispose of the old battery cartridge at any local battery disposal location or you can pay for the shipping of the old battery cartridge to one of our authorized disposal facilities.

        Customers in the US and Canada can set up a return for recycling HERE

        Customers in other regions should contact their local APC tech support for details.
        Click HERE and select your Country from the drop down list to get the proper contact number.
         

        EXEC loader (v1.08 in Concept v2.6SR1) error messages when connected to non-supported modules NOT cleared even after reconnected to supported modules

        Goals and Symptoms

        EXEC loader (v1.08 in Concept v2.6SR1) error messages when connected to non-supported modules NOT cleared even after reconnected to supported modules.
         

        Facts and Changes

        When EXEC loader (v1.08 in Concept v2.6SR1) is connected to non-supported modules, error messages (Invalid hardware, Time-out or Unknown Modbus) are created. This message will not clear even when EXEC loader is reconnected to supported modules. (CPU, NOM,CRP and CRA)

        Causes and Fixes

        Please ensure that the supported Quantum target devices (CPU, CRP, CRA, NOM and NOE) are used by the ExecLoader program:

        If connected to a non-supported module, one of the following is required to clear the error in the Exec loader:
        - The CPU needs to recycle power.
        - The EXEC loader needs to be restarted and connected using a different communication mode (Modbus Plus or ModbusRTU) on Local Head.



         


        Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL162391 V1.0, Originally authored by on , Last Edited by on
        Related ranges: Concept

        How to change the HTTP user name and password on the FactoryCast 140NOE77111 module.

        Title
        FactoryCast 140NOE77111  Change User name and password
         
        Issue
        How to change the HTTP user name and password on the FactoryCast 140NOE77111 module.
         
        Product Line
        Quantum
         
        Resolution
         Below is a step by step procedure


        Launch the FactoryCast Configurator tool



        Open the File tab and select New Configuration



        Under the Password tab change User Name and Password
        Hit OK



        Open the Transfer tab and select Security File



        Insert the IP address of the FactoryCast NOE77111
        Hit OK



        When transfer process is complete recycle power to the NOE771 module by re-seating it



        Launch IE and try the new User Name and Password


        Procedure for adding an IP address onto a ProworX32 project for a Momentum 171CCC9x0 x0 M1E processor.

        Goals and Symptoms

        Procedure for adding an IP address onto a ProworX32 project for a Momentum 171CCC9x0 x0 M1E processor.

        Causes and Fixes


        · Start up ProworX32
        · Open your project


        · Select Configuration


        · Enter a value into the Config Extension Size (ex. 200)
        · This value can be modified later depending on the Config Extension Used value


        · Select Configuration Extensions
        · Check and highlight TCP/IP
        · Enter New IP and Subnet Mask info


        · Save project


        · Select Communications
        · Select which form of connection you currently have to download your project.(Modbus, Modbus Plus or TCP/IP)
        · Or enter the PRODUCTS current IP address that is stored on the processor if your just changing to a new IP address.


        · Save project


        · Open Controller tab
        · Select Write All


        · Select Write


        · Make sure you get the Write to M1 960-20 Complete in the Message Central window


        · Select Communications
        · Enter New IP address info


        · Open Controller tab
        · Select Transfer to Flash/EEPROM…


        · Select Transfer


        · Select Yes to stop the controller

        · Make sure you get the Write to M1 960-20 Complete in the Message Central window
        · Recycle power to your Momentum processor to make sure all changes were saved


        · When the processor powers up and the LAN LED on the processor stays on steady try to ping the new IP address

        · Open Controller tab
        · Select Start/Stop…

        · Select Start

        · Make sure you get the Controller is Running in the Message Central window
        · Check your logic and make sure all is fine