rcd mod 2pole 30ma l/encl

Residual Current Circuit Breaker, 2 Pole, 20A, 30MA, Less Enclosure

Catalogue Number: 56RCLE
rcd mod 2pole 30ma l/encl
Colour: Grey
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • Grey 1 PCE
  • Resistant Army 1 PCE
  • Resistant Orange 1 PCE
  • Resistant White Electric 1 PCE

Specifications

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Range of product
Series 56
Range
Clipsal - 56 Series
Product or component type
residual current circuit breaker (RCCB)
Product brand
Clipsal
Device application
protection
Poles description
2P
[In] rated current
20 A
Earth-leakage sensitivity
30 mA
[Ue] rated operational voltage
250 V AC 50 Hz
Control type
push-button
Protection type
earth-leakage protection
Installation direction
vertical
Mounting mode
surface mounted
Mounting support
DIN rail
Size
107 x 101 x 101 mm conforming to DIN 43880
Height
101 mm
Width
101 mm
Depth
65 mm
Net weight
0.3 kg
Material
polycarbonate
Number of gangs
1 gang
Cable cross section
1-10 mm²
Market segment
industry
Targeted country
Australia
IP degree of protection
IP66
Ambient air temperature for operation
-25-75 °C
EU RoHS Directive
Compliant

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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

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 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

What is the replacement for 56RC4N, 4 din module, two gang cover assembly?

56CB4N is the replacement for 56RC4N.

Key Features

  • All 56CB4 include a padlocking facility on the cover flap
  • DIN rail accessory
  • Cover with mounting bracket and neon (Less Enclosure)
  • Suits 1, 2, 3 pole MCB module, 4 pole RCD
  • 240/415 V Neon voltage
  • 240/440 V
For further information, please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=56CB4N

Can I get a replacement flap for a 56RC?

No, unfortunately we don't have spare flaps. However you could use a 56SOCOVER.

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

 

In reference to the 9001KA1 and 9001KA3 contact blocks, what does the arrow in the circle indicate?

Issue:
In reference to the 9001KA1 and 9001KA3 contact blocks, what does the arrow in the circle indicate?

Product Line:
Harmony Pushbuttons

Environment:
All Products

Cause:
Product Features

Resolution:
The normally closed contact is a positive opening contact. This is a feature required for safety circuits.


CTA-ID : 13509

How to configure a KWh pulse output from the front screen of a ION7350

Issue
A user would like to configure a KWh pulse output from the front screen of a ION7350

Product Line
ION 7350

Environment
ION 7350 Front Screen Setup

Cause 
Front panel configuration of the ION7350

Resolution
To configure the pulse outputs from the front screen or panel of an ION7350:
1. From the home screen of the ION7350 press the circle button
2. Scoll down to Adv. Meter Setup, press the circle button
3. Scroll down to Calibration Pulser Module, press the circle button
4. Select KWh exp Pulse, press the circle button
5. The following options will be available for customization:
a. CAP2 Pulse Width = This defines the width of the pulse sent from the ION meter.
b. CAP2 KT = This specifies the number of Wh's per pulse in seconds.
c. CAP2 Int Mode = Specifies the integration
d. CAP2 Output Mode = Sets the type of output
e. CAP2 Port = Rear I/O port that will send the KWh pulse

How to create a color animation in Vijeo Designer that displays for specific and non-sequential values only?

Issue:
Create a color animation in Vijeo Designer

Product Line:
Vijeo Designer

Resolution:
In order to create a color animation that only displays for specific values in Vijeo Designer, you will need to use a Color Animtation enabled object, such as a Circle or Rectangle.
Follow this procedure below to setup the object:

1) Draw a Circle object
2) Double click on the Circle and select the Color Tab
3) Set the Mode as "By State"
4) Set the Data Type as "Integer Types"
5) Beside Value List, press the [...] button to open the Value List dialog
6) Map the individual states to the values that you need to use. (ex State1=10, State2=12, State3=19)
7) Create a Color Animation for your X number of states by creating a new resource directly from the object.
8) Assign the Color resource to the object.

With the setup above, at runtime, we will be able to dispay a different color for each value specified in the Value list.

'140NOA6xxxx Interbus-S' modules are not recognized in the traffic cop.

Goals and Symptoms

'140NOA6xxxx Interbus-S' modules are not recognized in the traffic cop.

Facts and Changes

Proworx32 V2.1

Causes and Fixes

The '140 NOA6xxxxx Interbus-S' modules are displayed in the traffic cop with a black question mark
inside a yellow circle when 'ProWORX 32' is connected to the PLC. (The module functions correctly).

The reason for this is because the status information is not provided by the executive firmware of the
'140 NOA6xxxxx Interbus-S' module. Since there is no status information for the 'ProWORX 32' traffic
cop to use, it doesn't know the module type and displays a question mark.


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL191702 V1.0, Originally authored by AlCh on 05/12/2008, Last Edited by AlCh on 05/12/2008
Related ranges: ProWORX

What is the China RoHS symbol - 50 inside a circle with two arrows?

This China RoHS symbol refers to the fact that the particular meter will not release hazardous substances into the environment until 50 years after its manufacturing date. Detailed information can be found at the official web page:
https://www.chinarohs.com/index.html

 

 

 


Last Revised: October 22, 2007
Applies To: ION Meters
Public
All content © 1992-2007 Schneider Electric


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL188567 V1.0, Originally authored by KBAdPM on 10/23/2007, Last Edited by KBAdPM on 10/23/2007
Related ranges: ION8800, ION8600, ION7550/ION7650

What does Item h="number" represent when looking at the xml page of ION Webmeter?

The number in Item h="number" on the xml page of webmeter represents the handle of the value that webmeter shows on the html page. See the green circle in the screen shot below. This value is automatically generated by the meter and cannot be changed.


Date Created: October 24, 2008
Last Revised: May 6, 2009
Public
Original Author: MN
All content © 1992-2009 Schneider Electric


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL198453 V1.0, Originally authored by MiNe on 05/07/2009, Last Edited by MiNe on 05/07/2009
Related ranges: ION8600, ION7550/ION7650, ION7300

How to configure a ION6200 from the Front display

Issue
Need to enter setup mode or configuration mode of an ION6200

Product Line
ION6200

Environment
Installation or setup a power meter.

Cause
Entering configuration mode on a ION6200 is not clear.

Resolution
ENTER Configuration Select mode by pressing the Up and Down buttons at the same time and holding for 2 seconds.


Use the arrows to toggle through the settings and use the white circle button to enter edit for a parameter.



See page 19 in PowerLogic ION6200 Installation and Operation Guide, 70002-0196-10 for information on setup parameters.

What is the part number for a 110V socket outlet?

The part number for a 110V socket outlet is a 412/110-WE.
Some of the key features are:
  • Single outlet
  • Front connection type
  • 2 round Live Pin and flat Earth pins
  • Terminal bore to accommodate 3 x 2.5 sq mm cables & 4.8 mm earth contact terminal bore to accommodate 4 x 2.5 sq mm cables
For further information please visit Clipsal - 412/110 - Single Socket Outlet, 110VAC, 10A, 3 Pin, Surface Mount, White Electric



 

Expression Blend4 web page does not correctly display INT or DINT values being modified.

Goals and Symptoms

Expression Blend4 web page does not correctly display INT or DINT values after being modified.

Facts and Changes

'BMXNOE0110' and 'TSXETY5103'.

Causes and Fixes


If a change is made to an Expression Blend4 application and it is transferred to the Factorycast
SOAP supported module ('BMXNOE0110' or 'TSXETY5103'), the web page may sometimes display
an error (red circle with an exclamation mark).

The problem is related to the Internet Explorer behavior. It is not Web Designer issue. whenever a
change is made to an existing Blend web page, the historical cache (Temporary Internet files) must
be cleared.

The problem can be resolved by refreshing the web page or clearing the cache in Internet
Explorer using the following steps.

  • Click on Tools\Internet options .
  • Click on General .
  • Click on Delete under Browsing history .
  • Select Temporary Internet files .
  • Click on the Delete button.
  • Click on OK to close the Internet options window.


 

Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL204596 V1.0, Originally authored by AlCh on 03/01/2011, Last Edited by AlCh on 03/01/2011
Related ranges: Modicon M340

How does the EV230WS show when charging is completed?

Issue:
How does the EV230WS indicate that charging is completed?

Product Line:
PTEVC - ELECTRIC VEHICLE

Environment:
Residential Home Electric Vehicle Charger

Cause:
End user needs clarification of the User Guide.

Resolution:
When the vehicle has stopped requesting charge, the green progress indicator illuminated corresponds to the last hour of charging completed.

To clarify how the display indicators work, review this example scenario.  While the vehicle is charging, progress indicator lights arranged in a circle on the charger will blink in a clockwise fashion.   If the vehicle is in the 3rd hour of charge, lights 1-2-3 will blink successively.  If charging completes at any time between 4 and 5 hours, then only light 4 will be lit up solid with lights 1, 2, and 3 off.  When the charge handle is disconnected from the vehicle, then the progress indicator lights will all shut off.  

Review the EV230WS User manual here.

What can cause an SCF4 fault on the Altivar ATV12 drives?

Issue:
What can cause an SCF4 fault on the Altivar ATV12 drives?

Product Line:
Altivar ATV12

Environment:
All

Cause:
ATV12 drive is powering up with an SCF4 fault.

Resolution:
SCF4 means IGBT short circuit fault.
Possible issues: Internal power component short circuit detected at power on.  The drive may need to be replaced if the fault is coming up on power up. Check for any exploded/burnt electrical components on the drive. Also try running the drive without the motor leads connected and see if the fault persists. 

A static check can be performed on the drive:

Checking The Input and Output Diode Bridges
This test is done using a digital multi-meter in diode test mode to check that the transistors and diodes are not short-circuited. 


ALL TESTS ARE TO BE PERFORMED WITH ALL SOURCES OF POWER REMOVED FROM THE DRIVE

For Altivar Drive up to 25hp
  • Instrument
    • Use Digit-Meter with a diode scale
  • Measurement
    • ​Locate PA+ and PC- input on drive power terminals (should be close to your power connection terminals)
    • Set meter to diode scale
    • To measure Input diodes
      • Place black on positive bus (PA+) and red on L1
      • Get readings and then move to L2 and then L3 
      • When done swap red and black probes and measure again between (PA+) to L1...L3
      • Readings should be OL in one direction and a low voltage reading the other way (Example 0.3v)
    • To measure Output diodes
      • Place black on positive bus (PA+) and red on T1
      • Get readings and then move to T2 and then T3 
      • When done swap red and black probes and measure again between (PA+) to T1...T3
      • Readings should be OL in one direction and a low voltage reading the other way (Example 0.3v)

For Altivar Drive over 25hp
  • Drive uses SCRs on the positive input bridge and diodes on the negative. For the Output Bridge its all diodes.
  • Instrument
    • Use Digit-Meter with an ohm and a diode scale
  • Measurement
    • ​Locate PA+ and PC- input on drive power terminals (should be close to your power connection terminals)
    • To measure Input SCRs and diodes.
      • Set meter to ohm scale
      • Place black on positive bus (PA+) and red on L1
      • Get readings and then move to L2 and then L3 
      • When done swap red and black probes and measure again between (PA+) to L1...L3
      • Readings should be at least 50kohms.
      • Set meter to diode scale
      • Place black on positive bus (PC-) and red on L1
      • Get readings and then move to L2 and then L3 
      • When done swap red and black probes and measure again between (PC-) to L1...L3
      • Readings should be OL in one direction and a low voltage reading the other way (Example 0.3v)
    • To measure Output diodes
      • Place black on positive bus (PA+) and red on T1
      • Get readings and then move to T2 and then T3 
      • When done swap red and black probes and measure again between (PA+) to T1...T3
      • Readings should be OL in one direction and a low voltage reading the other way (Example 0.3v)

Proper installation of a telephone line into an APC product with telephone line protection.

Issue:

What is the proper installation of a telephone line into an APC product with telephone line protection? FYI; Please check that the APC product you have purchased supports telephone protection. This can be confirmed in the products user manual. (Please note that if a product does not say it supports dual phone lines then it is to be assumed to only have single line protection.

Product Line:

Surge, Back-UPS and Back-UPS PRO units with Telephone protection.

Environment:

N/A

Cause:

N/A

Resolution:

Please check that the APC product you have purchased supports telephone protection. This can be confirmed in the products user manual. (Please note that if a product does not say it supports dual phone lines then it is to be assumed to only have single line protection.)

You will need:
1. An unused telephone connection
2. An APC product with telephone line protection.
3. At least 2 telephone patch cables. (One of which is sometimes provided with the APC product see product documentation for details)
4. A telephone, Fax machine or dial-up modem.

Basic Configuration:

1. Attach one side of a telephone patch cable to the telephone jack in the wall and the other side to the ""in"" jack on the APC product (""In"" jack may also be labeled ""Wall outlet"" or be denoted by a circle with an arrow pointing into it.)

2. Next, attach the second patch cable from Out jack (out  jack may also be labeled ""Modem, fax, phone"" or be denoted by a circle with and arrow pointing out of it.)

3. Test the equipment to see if it is usable.

If you wish to split the signal, it is recommended that the splitter be placed after the APC product, in order to fully protect all devices for potentially damaging surges.


Problems?
If you have done the above and your device is still not working, listed below are several tips to help correct the issue.

1. You have 2 separate telephone lines and now since you have hooked the APC product up properly, one of the two lines does not work. You have likely purchase the incorrect APC product for your configuration. Only products that state they have 2-line 4 wire protection will be able to pass 2 phone lines.

2. If You have hooked it up and it still does not work then:
- Make sure the patch cables are all the way in.
- Confirm that the telephone patch cables are attached to the correct jacks.
- Try to replace the telephone patch cable. May be one or both are bad.
- Contact APC tech support for further troubleshooting and/or a possible replacement. Include the model and serial number of the APC product.
 

What is the catalog number for a Kirk Key Lock plus provision for the Masterpact NW breaker?

Issue:
Selection of key interlock and provisions for the Masterpact NW circuit breaker.

Product Line:
Masterpact NW

Environment:
Masterpact NW circuit breakers sold and supported in the USA.

Resolution:
The Masterpact NW breaker requires 1 or 2, p/n: KC40---10 (type CN22).  
Order directly from Kirk:  
 Kirk Key Interlock, 9048 Meridian Circle NW, North Canton, OH  44720
Toll free: (800)438-2442, Phone: (234)209-9301, Fax: (330)497-4400
www.kirkkey.com

Provision for 2 Locks on Cradle: S48565
Provision for 2 Locks on Breaker: S48542

Can also order Lock with provision (part numbers below):

S48923 is one Kirk Key lock for cradle locking
S48924 is two Kirk Key locks (keyed alike) for cradle locking
S48925 is two Kirk Key locks (keyed differently) for cradle locking
S48945 is one Kirk Key lock for circuit breaker locking
S48946 is two Kirk Key locks (keyed alike) for circuit breaker locking
S48947 is two Kirk Key locks (keyed differently) for circuit breaker locking

A lock order form must be submitted with the order. See 0613DB1607 for this order form. 

Link to catalog:

https://www.schneider-electric.us/en/download/document/0613DB1607/
 

Orientation of the fiber optic port terminations on the TCSESM switches are reversed.

Release Notice

The orientation of the fiber optic terminations on the TCSESM mananged switches are reversed from that
found on the 499NOS27100 mannaged switches.

Goals and Symptoms

Inform the user that the orientation of the fiber optic terminations on the TCSESM mananged switches
are reversed from that found on the NOS mannaged switches.

Facts and Changes

All TCSESM managed switches.that have fiber optic connections.

Causes and Fixes


The fiber optic Ethernet connection terminations on the TCSESM switches are labeled as transmit
and receive using a circle with an arrow pointing to the left or right direction.

The fiber optic Ethernet connection terminations on the 499NOS27100 managed switch is not labeled
and it is very difficult to determine which connection is for transmit and receive.

If you assume the terminations on both the switches are oriented in the same manner, this could
cause a problem when the two different switches are connected together in a redundant ring.

When connecting both type of switches together in a redundant ring configuration, the user should
be aware that:

  • The terminations on the TCSESM switches are labeled as transmit on top and receive on the
bottom of the fiber optic connection.
  • The terminations on the non labeld 499NOS switche are receive on top and transmit on the
bottom of the fiber optic connection.


 

Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL188242 V1.0, Originally authored by AlCh on 09/28/2007, Last Edited by AlCh on 09/28/2007
Related ranges: ConneXium - Ethernet

How to configure the Modbus port parameters when connecting to another Modbus device using TwidoSuite?

Goals and Symptoms
Step by step procedure on configuring Modbus parameters using TwidoSuite.
Causes and Fixes
1) Select the Twido controller that you will be using.


2) Select the device that you want to use from the list, (in this case it is a Magelis).



3) Move your pointer over the Twido com port to connect the line to them Magelis. (where the @1 with the circle is you will see the pointer turn to a fan shape and right click with the mouse on this and drag it to the dot on the other device).



4) When on the dot of the device let go of the mouse and you will see the following ( a line that connects the devices and will show the network name, number and baud rate).



5) Double click or right click on the (my network 19200) you will see the following:




6) From this point you can rename the network and change any of the Modbus parameters.
 

Note: The Twido product line was obsoleted 12/31/2016 and has been replaced by the M221 with SoMachine Basic software and you can import your Twido project into the M221.

How to change the default alarms in a Power Meter 750 using the PowerLogic Meter Configuration Utility (PMCU).

Goals and Symptoms

The Power Meter 750 (PM750) has 13 Standard onboard alarms that are pre-configured to specific parameters (device quantities). The alarms can be reassigned to a different metered parameter by following the procedure below. The procedure requires System Manager Software (SMS) 4.0 SU2 or the PowerLogic Meter Configuration Utility (PMCU).

Causes and Fixes

To make changes to the existing alarms in the PM750 follow the steps below.

  1. Go to Setup>Device/routing> and select the device that requires the change.
  2. Click on the Configure button.
  3. Select the Onboard Alarms/Events tab.
  4. Select the alarm to be changed. (the alarm must be highlighted)
  5. Click on the Modify Alarm button.
  6. Select Standard on the Alarm Type Drop-down Menu
  7. Select the type alarm needed from the Alarm Type Drop-down Menu. (Over or Under?)
  8. Select the Available Parameter needed and move it to the Selected Parameter box.
  9. Type a name for the new alarm in the Label Name box
  10. Click OK
  11. Check the Enable Box
  12. Enter your setpoints and Dropouts required. Notice the Scale Factor at the top right (see red circle on the picture below)
  13. Click Update to save the changes.
  14. Repeat this process for any additional alarms that need to be reassigned.
  15. The alarm and settings can be verified from the front panel. Refer to the PM750 Reference Manual for information on how to setup alarms from the front panel.
     

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  • Last Revised: September 14, 2007

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    All content © 1992-2007 Schneider Electric


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL188111 V2.0, Originally authored by PhHa on 09/15/2007, Last Edited by DaMi on 02/16/2008
Related ranges: PowerLogic Meter Configuration Utility (PMCU), System Manager 4.0, PM700 series

Video: How do I retrieve surveillance clips in StruxureWare Data Center Expert

Issue:
Retrieving surveillance clips in StruxureWare Data Center Expert.

Product Line:
  • StruxureWare Data Center Expert (DCE)
  • NetBotz

Environment:
  • StruxureWare Data Center Expert (DCE)
  • NetBotz discovered by DCE and licensed for surveillance

Cause:
This is for customers that require assistance in retrieving NetBotz camera clips in DCE

Resolution:

 

1) Open the DCE Client and go to the Surveillance perspective.

2) Select a device group in the Device Groups pane.

3) Within the Thumbnails pane, you will see the camera thumbnails for your NetBotz Appliances that are in the group you selected.
NOTE: If a thumbnail shows a red circle with a cross-line through it, the camera has not been licensed for surveillance. See knowledge base FA297815 for instructions.

4) Right-click on the camera and select Retrieve Clips.

NOTE: Clips are stored according to the NetBotz Appliance date/time, not the DCE Appliance date/time.

5) Within the Choose Date section, select either Relative or Date Range.
NOTE: If using relative, ensure that the date/time on the DCE Appliance is accurate, as it will be used as a reference point.

6) Select Retrieve Clips and a list of clips during that time frame will show within the list.

7)  You can select a clip and then select View.
NOTE: You can also tag, export, or delete clips.