Plate size: 66mm diameter
Mounting Centres: 50mm
Rated at 230V - 240V a.c. 16A resistive, 16A inductive 8AX fluorescent
Yes, the part number is PDL571RWH.
Can use a PDL770 <(>&<)> PDL772
The clip requires a 30mm square hole as per the 600 Series/500 Series Brochure (PG 45).
Please see the brochure attached for more information.
Our connectors are made of Polypropylene (which is a flame retardant material) according to the supplier this material can hold up top +-165C.
Although I will not recommend more than room temperature + 40C.
Keep in mind cables will not stand such temperature anyway as they normally rated between 75C to 90C
Some of the key features are:
- Cable Connectors
- Single or double screw
- Clear insulated
- Suits up to 2 x 6mm² cables
You can use a PDL 100MPIR + PDL 617M3M/A + PDL 681M20 + PDL 683VH plate
Yes all three of the 534 multigang plates come with the 533 panel mounting clips.
PowerPact H, J, L
Software for micrologic trip units 5.2 6.2 5.3 6.3
The password is Schneider.
Material Safety Data Sheet for R410A Refrigerant.
ACRD1xx, ACRD2xx, ACSC1xx, Uniflair.
Data Center Cooling.
See attached file.
Yes , there is a mask available , this is the 753MASK-we which is used in both the 5753 series and 753 series.
For more information on this range please visit the Clipsal website on the link provided .
Yes , the part number is 503e-we
For more information on batten holders please visit the Clipsal web site on the link provided https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=batten%20holders
When using a SCADAPack 575 and attempting to connect the logic debugger if the message "This isn't a valid PLC Address, or PLC is busy, or media is off" is displayed it can mean that the Logic Debugger service is not enabled in the rPAC.
To remedy this:
- Return to RemoteConnect
- Open the offline configuration
- In the "SCADAPack x70 Logic" section enable the "Logic Debugger Service"
- Download the configuration again.
Issue: Where are the A1, B1, and C1 connections on the Altistart ATS23?
Product Line: ATS23
They are across the line, 1L1, 3L2, and 5L3 connections but on the U70, D12, D16N or D30N you do not have A1 (A2), B1 (B2) and C1 (C2) connections for the shorting contactors.
How to setup basic connection to SCADAPack 570/575
SCADAPack 570, SCADAPack 575
This video will provide a brief demonstration of getting basic communications with SCADAPack 570/575 RTU.
Yes, the 463SAS
can be purchased individually as a single item and it does not
require ANY signed
documents unlike its family member 463SUA.
Some of the key features are:
For further inforamtion please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=463SAS
- Plug dual adaptor anti-static with earth connection, insulated A and N pins
- 250V Rated
- 10A Rated
The part number for a plain adaptor to corrugated conduit in 25mm is a 263F25.
Some of the key features are:
For further information please visit www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=263F25
- Interconnects 25mm rigid pipe with 25mm flexible hose
- 242 coupling
- 263F barbed adaptor
The RS-232 serial port connection uses standard EIA 574 pinouts (provided in ). The RS-232 port allows you to connect external devices to the C-Touch Colour, such as security and control equipment.
If using the RS-232 port to connect to external devices, ensure you use a suitable shielded data cable. Cable length should be limited to 15 metres for communication at up to 19,200 bps, or 7.5 metres at 38,400 bps.
152 Length x 152 Width x 10 Depth mm
Mounting centre 84mm
Yes the flush surround 56FA2 does work with the Easy 56 Series as well as the standard 56 Series?
Some of the key features are:
For further information please visit www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=56FA2
- Enclosures and Boxes
- Flush surround suits 2 Gang 56 Series (157 x 254mm).
- Temperature range -25C to +75C.
The trip units described in this manual:
Micrologic 5.2 A, 5.3 A, 5.2 E and 5.3 E trip units
Micrologic 6.2 A, 6.3 A, 6.2 E and 6.3 E trip units
Micrologic 6.2 E-M and 6.3 E-M trip units
Compact NSX Micrologic 5/6
Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL209513 V2.0, Originally authored by MaTh on 10/27/2012, Last Edited by MaTh on 11/01/2012
Related ranges: Communication with Micrologic trip units
Identifying differences between two part numbers
IEC contactors and starters
Products sold and used in the United States
Selecting between two similar part numbers
LA9D11569 is a set of power connections. LA9D115691 is the bottom connector only as shown on page 16-9 of Digest 173 for the LC1D115 and LC1D150 contactor.
PowerChute Business Edition does not communicate on Redhat 5.0, 5.1, 5.2, and 5.3 with Xen virtualization software installed.
PowerChute Business Edition
Redhat 5.0, 5.1, 5.2, and 5.3 with Xen virtualization software installed
Xen virtualization software installed, PCBE cannot communicate with the UPS because Xen opens the comm ports. Once open, PCBE can not use them for serial communications.
If Xen is uninstalled or disabled, PCBE should have no issue with serial communications. Or, Prior to installing PowerChute, verify that a COM port is available. If a COM port is not available, you need to modify your Xen settings in /boot/grub/grub.conf. Refer to the Virtualization Guide for Red Hat Linux for more information on how to modify the Xen settings:
What is the difference between the S6X and Y suffix on the ATV61 drives?
Input line voltage ratings
S6X suffix is 500 to 600VAC only
Y suffix is 575 to 690VAC only
Issue: The manual does not provide information regarding the heat dissipation for the HMISCU6B5.
Product Line: HMISCU Series, all serials, all revisions.
Resolution: The heat dissipation of HMISCU6B5 is 5.3 W
Netbotz and FTP Return Codes
NetBotz ftp codes
When configuring the FTP Alert Action on a Netbotz device, the FTP server may return error codes which may viewed in the Appliance Log. The return codes may be used to further troubleshoot the problem.
The return codes for FTP servers are:
110 Restart marker reply. In this case, the text is exact and not left to the particular implementation; it must read: MARK yyyy = mmmm where yyyy is User-process data stream marker, and mmmm server's equivalent marker (note the spaces between markers and "=").
120 Service ready in nnn minutes.
125 Data connection already open; transfer starting.
150 File status okay; about to open data connection.
200 Command okay.
202 Command not implemented, superfluous at this site.
211 System status, or system help reply.
212 Directory status.
213 File status.
214 Help message.On how to use the server or the meaning of a particular non-standard command. This reply is useful only to the human user.
215 NAME system type. WhereNAME is an official system name from the list in the Assigned Numbers document.
220 Service ready for new user.
221 Service closing control connection.
225 Data connection open; no transfer in progress.
226 Closing data connection. Requested file action successful (for example, file transfer or file abort).
227 Entering Passive Mode (h1,h2,h3,h4,p1,p2).
230 User logged in, proceed. Logged out if appropriate.
250 Requested file action okay, completed.
257 ""PATHNAME"" created.
331 User name okay, need password. 332 Need account for login.
350 Requested file action pending further information
421 Service not available, closing control connection. This may be a reply to any command if the service knows it must shut down.
425 Can't open data connection.
426 Connection closed; transfer aborted.
450 Requested file action not taken.
451 Requested action aborted. Local error in processing.
452 Requested action not taken. Insufficient storage space in system.File unavailable (e.g., file busy)
500 Syntax error, command unrecognized. This may include errors such as command line too long.
501 Syntax error in parameters or arguments.
502 Command not implemented.
503 Bad sequence of commands.
504 Command not implemented for that parameter.
530 Not logged in.
532 Need account for storing files.
550 Requested action not taken. File unavailable (e.g., file not found, no access). (550 a:: no such directory means no diskette in a: drive.)
551 Requested action aborted. Page type unknown.
552 Requested file action aborted. Exceeded storage allocation (for current directory or dataset). 553 Requested action not taken. File name not allowed.
Issue: What is the power rating differences between the 8660 Alphapak and the 8660 SSRVS style starters?
Product Line: 8660 AlphaPak starters
The currect rating abbreviations were:
MD (16 amps) MG (120 amps)
ME (32 amps) MH (200 amps)
MF (64 amps) MJ (320 amps)
MG (128 amps) MK (500 amps)
MM (750 amps).
They voltage codes were:
23 (208 / 230 volts) 11 (200 volts)
46 (380 / 460 volts) 22 (230 /460 volts)
57 (500 / 575 volts) 33 (500 / 575 volts). NOTE The 8660 AlphaPak SSRVS are obsolete. Parts, Service, or Support are no longer available.
When trying to open MiCOM S1 Studio version 5.1 or 5.3 Data Model Manager the below error appears:
MiCOM S1 Studio version 5.1 and 5.3
Data Model Manager for MiCOM S1 Studio
Customer's permissions on the computer are causing the service from starting or checking the status of the service SEDMMWinService.
Version 5.1 follow the pdf called Instructions to collect details on Data Model Manager startup issue in MiCOM S1 Studio V5.1.0.pdf. If the issue is still present follow the document named 'Data Model Manager Error.pdf'.
Version 5.3 just follow the document called 'Data Model Manager Error.pdf'.
Data Purge Rules and Limits for NetBotz 500
NetBotz 500 NBWL0500
Storage Space and Purge specifications.
Appliance Storage Space and Purge Specifications:
- 128MB of RAM
- 60MB is used by the operating system and applications
- 68MB RAM Disk is available for non-persistent storage for:
- Historical sensor readings
- Pictures (for alerts)
- Audio tracks (for alerts)
- Stored data will be kept no longer than 24 hours
- Data purge rules:
- If RAM Disk is full, then oldest data will be deleted to make room for new data
- When age of data reaches 24 hours
- No more than 200 items of any type will be kept (sensor readings, pictures, audio tracks, etc..)
The customer is receiving an "HTTP 503. The service is unavailable" error message when selecting the 'Reports' tab through Web Applications.
Power Monitoring Expert 7.x / 8.x
If Microsoft Monitoring Agent with .Net Application monitoring is installed, the 'WebReporterAppPool' Application Pool within Internet Information services is not started and crashes if started manually.
This resolution does not require removing Microsoft Monitoring Agent. Instead, it is uninstalled, then reinstalled via the command line using a switch that prevents the .Net Application monitorng from being installed.
To do this:
1. Uninstall Microsoft Monitoirng Agent from Control Panel -> Programs and Features
2. Start a command prompt in the directory that includes the Microsoft Monitoring Agent installer (it's called MOMAgent.msi)
3. Run MOMAgent.msi NOAPM=1
Windows updates will install a tool named the "Microsoft Monitoring Agent". This tool applies a policy to the application pool that causes it to crash. Uninstalling the tool through Add/Remove programs will allow Web Reports to function as expected.
Below part numbers are needed to build a Zen double outlet with 32A extra switch mechanism:
Z4025XUA - A double Socket Outlet 10A 250V Less Extra Switch
60R32 - Switch Mechanism 32A 250V. 60R32COOK is the part number of the 32A, 250V switch mechanism marked COOKER. (The mechanisms are available in ZW (Zen White) or ZB (Zen Black) to suit the Zen plate)..
A user of ION Setup encounters the following error when trying to upgrade the firmware on their meter.
This error message appears when attempting to upgrade the ethernet firmware on an ION7300 series device:
ION Meter Firmware upgrade using ION Setup
One reason that this error can occur is if a user tries to upgrade the ethernet firmware on the ION7300 series device by using serial communications. If attempting to upgrade the firmware over the serial port, the upgrade will fail with the error message shown above.
This error can also occur with firmware mismatches. An example is trying to upgrade the firmware on a revision A ION7300 series meter (firmware versions between 102 and 213) with firmware from a revision B ION7300 series meter (firmware versions between 250 and 285).
This also applies to 7550 RTU meters on firmware revisions 373 and 400. These firmware versions are intended for different hardware revisions of the meter, so you cannot upgrade from 373 to 400. The release notes on firmware 400 discusses the specific hardware differences.
*Warning: Before downloading any firmware updates, verify the firmware you are downloading is appropriate for the specific model number of your product. If you have any doubts, contact Technical Support for guidance.*
*Warning: Devices should be disconnected from all monitoring software before performing a firmware upgrade*
Use ethernet communications when upgrading the firmware on an ethernet enabled ION7300 series meter.
Only use compatible firmware versions when attempting to upgrade meter firmware.
Firmware from the B series can’t be used on the A series and vise versa.
Why does only one fan spin on my APC Step-Down Transformer (part numbers AP9621, AP9626, AP9627, AP9628 and SYTF2)?
- Symmetra single phase (RM)
- Step down transformers
Product working as designed.
APC step down transformers come with two fans installed. One is the primary AC fan that is used for forced air cooling of the transformer. The second is an auxiliary fan which comes on when the internal temperature of the transformer exceeds 100°F. The AC fans are necessary to cool the transformer for proper operation. Two fans were installed to provide redundancy in the event that the primary fan fails. When the auxiliary fan is activated, it increases the air flow in the event that high temperatures are reached within the transformer unit. If the first fan fails due to a mechanical defect or damage, the transformer will be cooled solely by the auxiliary fan.
While upgrading firmware for a Powerlogic meter using DLF-3000, the upgrade is unable to complete due to a Error 513.
This corresponds to a negative acknowledgement from the device. There is either an issue with the serial communication settings, or the ethernet connection is being used by another program.
This is causing a negative acknowledge from the target device.
If this error occurs while connected serially, make sure the protocol mode is PowerLogic and the parity is EVEN.
Using Modbus mode or Parity of NONE will not work over a serial connection.
If this error occurs while connected over ethernet, make sure that there are no ION or SMS services communicating with the device.
With SMS, make sure SMS is not constantly polling, logging, or uploading.
With ION Enterprise or PME, stop the ION Network router service before sending firmware to the meter.
Different between suffix N4 and S6 of the ATV320 drive
All serial numbers
Customer is looking for a replacement for ATV320U22S6, and wanted to know if he can use ATV320U22N4.
The ATV320U22S6 has 575V 3 phase input voltage, and the ATV320U22N4 has 460V 3 phaes input voltage. Customer needs to verify the correct 3 phase input voltage to order the correct part number for the ATV32,0 even though they are the same HP.
Customer wants to change the default units in the ATV Process drive.
All part numbers
Default units (Pressure in Bar, Flow in M3/h. Temp in deg C, Currency in Euro) may not be applicable to all customers in all regions of the world.
Using the HMI:
Under Menu 5 :[Complete settings], and subMenu 5.3 [Define system units] these settings can be manually changed.
To change using SoMove - See attached PDF.
It appears to be two cases that need to be addressed.
1. Will the NSX with a Micrologic (ML) 5.3 E be damaged by a dielectric test when connected?
The answer to the question is:
The ML 5.3E will not be damaged during a dielectric test provided. You do not exceed the impulse rating of the breaker and are testing in accordance with the relevant standard.
2. Should you disconnect electronic voltage measurement devices during a dielectric test this includes an NSX Micrologic 5.3 E (including the external neutral connection) from the switchboard to perform a dielectric test.
For this question that is not covered in our user manual as that is that is answering only the first question. For this, you need to consider the functionality that an NSX ML5.3 E as an electronic voltage measurement device.
Because the ML5.3E performs voltage measurement there is a high resistance common connection between all poles and neutral. This voltage measurement is designed to be very rugged and can handle the impulse testing without any issue (other devices typically have a much lower voltage impulse rating). In the most application where there is only a few NSX breaker are installed clients have found that the dielectric test results are acceptable without removing the NSX. Where many NSX breaker are installed this parallel resistance lowers the measured results from the dielectric test to an unacceptable value.
So in conclusion, if you are wanting to measure the true resistance across the busbars please disconnect all electronic voltage measurement devices including out ML5.3E (neutral tap included). This can be done by leaving the breaker in the open position (assuming the ML is on the load side) and removing the neutral tap.
Netbotz Premium Software Module - Definition
NetBotz version 2 PSM
Premium Software Modules (PSM’s): Additional/enhanced software features made available to customers who have registered their appliances and are currently covered under extended or bridged software warranties.
Upgrade Protection: When a customer purchases extended or bridge warranty for their appliances, they will receive a certificate with a Passcode which can be redeemed on our registration site. Once they redeem the passcode, they will receive a license key. This can then be entered into the “Upgrade Protection” field on the appliance’s “License Keys” area. Once applied, the user can then upgrade the appliance to the latest version of BotzWare, and if they have the appropriate coverage, they will get the corresponding Premium Software Modules.
WHB range of isolators have dual 25mm screwed conduit entries top and bottom (up to 55 amp.) Allows four ways to surface wire the switch. 55 Amp. and above are also available with
32mm entries top and bottom. Example WHB355/32 IP66, 440V 55A triple pole with 32mm conduit entries.
For further information, please refer to the below link: