screw s/steel marine use

Series 56 Anti-Corrosion Enclosure Screw, Stainless Steel, 32mm, Marine use

Catalogue Number: 56MS
screw s/steel marine use
Colour:
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • 1 PCE

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Clipsal - 56 Series
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Series 56
Product brand
Clipsal
Product or component type
screw
Accessory / separate part category
fixing accessory
Material
stainless steel
Thread type
M3.5
Length
32 mm
EU RoHS Directive
Compliant

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Frequently Asked Questions

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In the 56 series range, is there a motor starter in this range

The 56MS series has been replaced by the 56DOL series

Are there any longer screws than the 56MS in the 56 series?

No there are not any longer screws than the 56MS in the 56 series.

For more information, please refer to the link:
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=56MS 

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What grade of stainless steel are the screws used in 56 series products?

The Anti-Corrosion Enclosure Screws are Stainless Steel Grade 316 for all 56 series products.

56MS Self Drilling Screw:
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?CatNo=56MS&c=6&ms=8&s=36&mg=12064&g=120641307&sg=120641407

For further information or support please call the Clipsal Technical Support on 1300 20 25 25


 

ETSNZ iCT Contactor Control Impulse Duration

50ms to 1 s

Mounting block to suit PDL 698 worktop socket ?

Code = PDL 567S

What is the mounting block and mounting bracket to suit the PDL 688VH and PDL 689VH ?

Both suits 567S Mounting Block and 558 Mounting Bracket

Do any of the PDL mounting blocks come in black?"

Yes, the PDL 89, 530, 536, 537, 531, 538, 567S and 567L mounting blocks come in black.

• The #/* key in the PDL Pocketbook indicates what colours are availbable.
 

What is the part no for an architrave single power point in PDL 600 series?

The part no is PDL698WH

https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=698

Key Features

  • Worktop single switch
  • Frquency rating: 50 Hz
  • Suits Cat 567S mounting block and Cat 558 mounting bracket
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Emergency Power Supply System (EPSS) Reports Show Multiple Generator Starts And Stops

Issue
When an EPSS report is showing multiple starts and stops for a generator, there is a good chance the debounce settings need to be changed. Here is an example of a report where this is happening:

Taking a look at generator #1 (the yellow bars), the report shows that the generator started at 12:58:13.103 and stopped at 12:58:13.157, only a 54 millisecond difference. The same is happening in generator #2 (the green bars), a 56 millisecond difference.
 
Product Line  
CM4000

Cause
CM4000 meters with firmware versions of 14.400 or older had a maximum debounce time of 50ms, and the only options were 5ms and 50ms (newer firmwares allowed more options). In the above example, when the difference in time between the starting and stopping of the generator is more than 50 milliseconds, this issue can be corrected by editing the debounce register. The debounce setting is actually a measurement of the vibration caused by the relay tripping. This vibration is supposed to dissipate within a few milliseconds, but sometimes takes longer.

The default setting for the debounce register is 5 milliseconds, but this can be reconfigured to as high as 200ms in 5ms increments depending on the currently installed firmware version.

Resolution
In some cases, like the one illustrated above, the chosen debounce time may not be high enough for the vibration to dissipate, so try a higher value if needed (200ms maximum).

Note: The procedure to change the debounce time will be different based on what your meter firmware is.

A register write is required to change the debounce setting. In the illustrated example, the customer has an IOC44 in Slot B of the CM4000, and has the generator statuses wired to I/O Points 19, 20, 21, and 22. The debounce setting is held in the base I/O register +11. These are the register writes to change the debounce settings for this example configuration to 200ms:

If you have firmware version that is higher than 14.400, then you would use the following modified procedure to get a 200ms debounce time:

Register 8000 -> 9020 for command mode
Register 4851 -> 200 for debounce register for IO Point 19
Register 4881 -> 200 for debounce register for IO Point 20
Register 4911 -> 200 for debounce register for IO Point 21
Register 4941 -> 200 for debounce register for IO Point 22
Register 8001 -> 1 for saving changes
Register 8000 -> 9021 for closing command mode

Once the debounce setting is changed, it will ignore any vibration signal that occurs in the first 200 milliseconds of the relay switching.

If you have firmware version 14.385 beta, then you would use the following modified procedure to get a 200ms debounce time:

Register 8000 -> 9020 for command mode
Register 4851 -> 1 for debounce register for IO Point 19
Register 4881 -> 1 for debounce register for IO Point 20
Register 4911 -> 1 for debounce register for IO Point 21
Register 4941 -> 1 for debounce register for IO Point 22
Register 8001 -> 1 for saving changes
Register 8000 -> 9021 for closing command mode

If you have firmware version 14.400 or less then you would use the following procedure to get a 50ms debounce time (50ms is the maximum with these firmware versions):

Register 8000 -> 9020 for command mode
Register 4851 -> 1 for debounce register for IO Point 19
Register 4881 -> 1 for debounce register for IO Point 20
Register 4911 -> 1 for debounce register for IO Point 21
Register 4941 -> 1 for debounce register for IO Point 22
Register 8001 -> 1 for saving changes
Register 8000 -> 9021 for closing command mode

To download the latest firmware version for CM4000 series meters, click on the following article: FA237920

What is the maximum bus length for the Quantum 140EIA92100 AS-i module?

 

        • Max length of the bus": 100m.
          Possibility to extend the bus through repeaters (+supplies): 2 repeaters max between the master and a slave (300m).
          Scan Time: 5ms with 31 stations / 10ms with 62 stations with extended profile.
           

What is the response time of the Run Permissive function of the ATV212 series drive?

Issue:
What is the response time of the Run Permissive function of the ATV212 series drive?

Product Line:
ATV212 series drives

Environment:
All models, All serial numbers

Cause:
Information unavailable in current literature.

Resolution:
The drive needs about 6 msec to manage the run permissive.
Details:
 => 2 ms for sampling on the terminal.
 => 2 ms for internal serial communication between microprocessors
 => 2 ms for treatments in the last subroutine.
So, from the time the Run Permissive is removed from the drive, it will take up to 6ms for the drive to respond accordingly.

 

How to set the IO Board Parameters in Scadapack Workbench?

The module_address parameter defines the module address of the sp5607 I/O module.

The address on the module is selected via dip switches on the module. A maximum of eight SCADAPack 5607 I/O type modules may be added to a system

The ain0_type parameter sets the analog input type for analog input channel 1.

There are four input types available.

  • An ain_type of 0 sets the input type to measure 0 to 5V input signals.
  • An ain_type of 1 sets the input type to measure 0 to 10V input signals.
  • An ain_type of 2 sets the input type to measure 0 to 20mA input signals.
  • An ain_type of 3 sets the input type to measure 4 to 20mA input signals.

The ain_filter Parameters:

  • An ain_filter value of 0 sets the input filter for 3Hz and the response time to 155ms at 60Hz and 185ms at 50Hz.
  • An ain_filter value of 1 sets the input filter for 6Hz and the response time to 85ms at 60Hz and 85ms at 50Hz.
  • An ain_filter value of 2 sets the input filter for 11Hz and the response time to 45ms at 60Hz and 55ms at 50Hz.
  • An ain_filter value of 3 sets the input filter for 30Hz and the response time to 30ms at 60Hz and 30ms at 50Hz.

The scan_freq parameter sets the input scan rate for analog inputs. AC noise rejection is improved at the correct frequency. If the module is used in a DC environment, the 60 Hz setting will yield slightly faster response time.

  • A scan_freq value of 0 synchronizes the input scanning to 60Hz.
  • A scan_freq value of 1 synchronizes the input scanning to 50Hz.

The aout_type parameter sets the analog output type for both optional analog output channels.

  • An aout_type value of 0 sets the output type for 0 to 20mA signals.
  • An aout_type value of 1 sets the output type for 4 to 20mA signals.


What can cause error B103 on Lexium 32M drives when controlled via Ethernet or Modbus TCP ?

The error B103 is displayed when communication channel has closed.
One of the most common causes for this is due to excess network traffic which causes a buffer over-run within the drive.
Excess network traffic is a result of the message time interval setting in the PLC being set too short.  <5ms

If random B103 errors are occurring then please increase the scan time interval setting in the PLC to a value greater than 5ms or even higher if there are many drives on the network.


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