574E

Enclosure For 500 Series Mechanism

Catalogue Number: 574E
574E
Colour: White
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • White 1 PCE

Specifications

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Range of product
  • 500 Standard Series
  • PDL
    • Product brand
      Clipsal
      Shape
      rectangular
      Device mounting
      surface
      Length
      79 mm
      Width
      52 mm

      Frequently Asked Questions

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      What RS-232 cable to use with the C-Bus Colour Touch Screen?

      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.



       

      Which SmartSlot accessories work with the APC Redundant Switch (SU0XX part number)?



      Issue

      APC Redundant Switch SmartSlot accessory compatibility - which accessories can be installed in the device's SmartSlot?

      The APC Redundant Switch is a discontinued product. Please follow this knowledgebase link if you have a SU045-1 or SU045X163 for an important product safety notice.


      Product Line
      • Rack Power Distribution - Redundant Switches (discontinued)
        • SU042-# (# indicating any number)
        • SU043-#
        • SU044-#
        • SU045-#
        • SU045X###


      Environment
      • All installations

      Cause

      The APC Redundant Switch (part number SU0XX) was designed to provide redundant power to single corded equipment, such as a server. By design, each power cord is plugged into its own separate APC UPS. If power on one source fails, the alternate power supply is used to power the load.

      The APC Redundant Switch (part number SU0XX) shipped with a working Smartslot.


      Resolution

      The SmartSlot can be used with the following APC SmartSlot Card:
      • AP9612TH - Temperature and Humidity Card (In order to view Temperature/Humidity information, you will need to use either PowerChute Plus or PowerChute Business Edition.)
      • You can also use the AP9207 - APC Share UPS Interface Expander SmartSlot when connecting via the serial port. The AP9207 provides additional serial ports for PowerChute graceful shutdown in the event of a power failure.

      No other Smartslot cards will not work in the SU0XX Redundant Switch. The AP9603, AP9605, AP9606, AP9617, AP9618, AP9619, AP9630, AP9631, AP9635 will not work in any of the SU0XX Redundant Switches and there are no plans to make them work in the future.

      If a network enabled Redundant Switch is needed, please click here to review APC's current Rack Automatic Transfer Switch product line.


       

      What are the Supported Programming Languages in RemoteConnect x70 Logic Editor ?

      What are the Supported Programming Languages in RemoteConnect x70 Logic Editor?
       The following IEC 61131-3 logic languages are available for SCADAPack x70 device platforms:
      ·Function Block Diagram (FBD)
      ·Structured Text (ST)
      ·Ladder Diagram (LD)
      ·Instruction List (IL)
      ·Sequential Function Chart (SFC)
      SCADAPack x70 devices do not support LL984 logic programming.

      Functional Block Diagram (FBD):
      The FBD editor is used for graphical function block programming according to IEC 61131-3.
      The Function Block Diagram is a graphic language used to build complex procedures from a library of functions.
      Standard library functions such as math and logic may be combined with custom library functions such as serial port control, PID controls and to create Function Block Diagram application programs.

      Structured Text (ST):
      Structured Text is a high-level structured language, an ST program (Structured Text) consists of a list of statements that are executed in sequence by the controller.
      Using these statements, you can call function blocks, functions and procedures conditionally or unconditionally, make assignments, execute statements explicitly, repeat statements and execute jumps conditionally or unconditionally within a section.

      Ladder Diagram (LD):
      Ladder Diagram is a graphic language combining contacts and coils to build logical discrete control procedures. This language is identical to the relay ladder logic used by many programmable Logic RTUs.
      The structure of an LD program corresponds to a rung for relay switching.
      The left power rail is located on the left side of the LD editor.
      This left power rail corresponds to the phase (L conductor) of a rung.
      With LD programming, in the same way as in a rung, only the LD objects which are linked to a power supply, connected with the left power rail, are "processed".
      The right power rail corresponds to the neutral conductor.
      All contacts and FFB inputs must be directly or indirectly connected with the left power rail and all coils and FFB outputs must be directly or indirectly connected with the right power rail to allow current flow.
      A group of connected objects that are not connected to other objects (except for the power rails), is called a network or rung.

      Instruction List (IL):
      Instruction List (IL) is one of the 5 languages supported by the initial versions of IEC 61131-3 standard, it is designed for programmable logic controllers (PLCs) and RTUs, it is a low-level language and resembles assembly.
      An IL program (Instruction List) consists of a list of statements that are executed in sequence by the controller.
      Using these statements, you can call function blocks, functions and procedures conditionally or unconditionally, process assignments and jumps conditionally or unconditionally within a section.

      Sequential Function Chart (SFC):
      It is a graphic language used to describe sequential operations in a process.
      The process is graphically partitioned into a set of well-defined steps containing actions performed using other languages.
      Steps are linked together with conditional transitions.
      This language is useful for batch processes and process procedures such as automatic startup and shut down.
      IEC conforming sequential control is created from SFC sections (top-level), transition sections and action sections.
      SFC sections are only permitted in the project's master task.
      SFC sections cannot be used in other tasks or DFBs.
      Each SFC section contains one or more SFC networks (sequences).

       

      How to configure RemoteConnect x70 Device as Modbus RTU Slave?

      When the SCADAPack x70 device is operating as a Modbus RTU Slave, it can communicate with up to 4 Modbus RTU Masters, 1 through each serial port on the device.

      Supported Data Types
      When the SCADAPack x70 device is operating as a Modbus RTU Slave, it supports the IEC 61131-3 data types described below.
      SCADAPack Object Type Modbus IEC Type Function Code Modbus Operation
      DIGITAL DISCRETE 1 Read Coils
      2 Read Status Registers
      5 Write Coil
      15 Write Multiple Coils
      ANALOG UINT 3 Read Holding registers
      4 Read Input registers
      6 Preset Single Register
      16 Preset Multiple Registers
      DINT 3 Read Holding register pairs
      4 Read Input register pairs
      16 Preset Multiple Register pairs
      INT 3 Read Holding registers
      4 Read Input registers
      6 Preset Single Register
      16 Preset Multiple Registers
      REAL 3 Read Holding register pairs
      4 Read Input register pairs
      16 Preset Multiple Register pairs
      DISCRETE 1 Real Coils (up to 16)
      2 Read Input Status (up to 16)
      15 Write Multiple Coils (up to 16)
      COUNTER UINT 3 Read Holding registers
      4 Read Input registers
      6 Preset Single Register
      16 Preset Multiple Registers
      UDINT 3 Read Holding register pairs
      4 Read Input register pairs
      16 Preset Multiple Register pairs

      To configure RemoteConnect Project as Modbus RTU Slave:
       1. Verify that Modbus RTU Slave checkbox is checked from Project Configuration Options



      2. Go to Configuration Modbus >Slave/Server to Select Modbus Slave Addressing Mode
      at least one of the serial ports needs to be configured for Modbus 


       
      • Port Function Should be ‘Modbus’
      • Port Mode, Baud rate and the Parity should be configured as the Modbus Master
      • Modbus RTU Slave >Station Address should be unique per Modbus Link between 1 to 247
      3. Go to Configuration Modbus >Slave/Server to Select Modbus Slave Addressing Mode



      SCADAPack x70 devices support 5-digit and 6-digit Modbus addressing, you can set up a Modbus Slave to have any of these registers available to a Modbus Master that requests them.

      The table below maps 5-digit Modbus address ranges to the equivalent 6-digit Modbus address range.
      Use this information to stay within the appropriate address range when moving from 5-digit to 6-digit Modbus addressing.
      Type 5-Digit Modbus Address Range Equivalent 6-Digit Modbus Address Range
      Coil 1 to 9999 1 to 9999
      Status register 10001 to 19999 100001 to 109999
      Input register 30001 to 39999 300001 to 309999
      Holding register 40001 to 49999 400001 to 409999

      4.  To assign a Modbus address to an Objects, Open Objects >Object Configuration
            Select and object and from Modbus tab insert the proper Modbus address and type


      5. Apply and save the project