Double Pole Switch Mechanism 10A

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Double Pole Switch Mechanism 10A

Item Number: 587M10-WH

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Datasheet

Specifications

Design

Range of product

  • 600 Designer Series
  • PDL
    • Product brand

      Clipsal

      Physical

      Device presentation

      basic element

      Number of poles

      2

      Local signalling

      without

      [Ue] rated operational voltage

      230...240 V

      Rated current

      10 A

      Others

      Package 1 Weight

      0.019 kg
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      Frequently Asked Questions

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      Does the PDL switch mech 687M10 switch DC 12/24 volts?

      The switch mech 687M10 is not tested on DC switching and is NOT rated for DC circuits.

      How to open and close the breaker remotely on a Micrologic A,P, and H Type Trip Unit?

      Issue
      How to open and close the breaker remotely on a Micrologic A,P, and H Type Trip Unit?

      Product Line
      Micrologic A - Trip Unit
      Micrologic P - Trip Unit
      Micrologic H - Trip Unit


      Environment
      Modbus register read/write utility

      Cause
      Breaker needs to be opened or closed remotely


      Resolution
      The following steps have been provided for a user to follow once they have established communications using a modbus register read/write utility:

      On the menu of the Micrologic unit the Com set up menu must be set to Auto (read register 670 this must be equal to 1).
      If slave id has not been set, it is default to 47. The address is specified to the BCM and does not require an offset.

      To open the circuit breaker remotely: (reads/writes are shown in decimal - base 10)
      1. read register 7715 (this must be anything other than 0 to continue - flag value)
      2. read register 553 (this value is the control word)
      3. write 58771 to register 7720
      4. write 4 to register 7721
      5. write 4 to register 7722
      6. write (control word from step 2.) to register 7723
      7. write 10 to register 7724
      8. wait for command being executed:
      read register 7717 (this is the command number, once this is 0 continue to next step. This might required you to check this register multiple times while waiting on the command to finish processing.)
      read register 7718 (repeat checking process for 0 then continue)
      check result code:
      read register 7719 (check result code table for output meanings - attached below)
      9. write 58769 to register 7720
      10. write 4 to register 7721
      11. write 4 to register 7722
      12. write (control word from step 2.) to register 7723
      13. write 1 to register 7724
      14. wait for command being executed:
      read register 7717 (this is the command number, once this is 0 continue to next step. This might required you to check this register multiple times while waiting on the command to finish processing.)
      read register 7718 (repeat checking process for 0 then continue)
      check result code:
      read register 7719 (check result code table for output meanings - attached below)
      15. write 58772 to register 7720
      16. write 4 to register 7721
      17. write 4 to register 7722
      18. write (control word from step 2.) to register 7723
      19. write 10 to register 7724
      20. wait for command being executed:
      read register 7717 (this is the command number, once this is 0 continue to next step. This might required you to check this register multiple times while waiting on the command to finish processing.)
      read register 7718 (repeat checking process for 0 then continue)
      check result code:
      read register 7719 (check result code table for output meanings - attached below)
      21. exit the read/write tool



      To close the circuit breaker with a write command to a register: (reads/writes are shown in decimal - base 10)
      1. read register 7715 (this must be anything other than 0 to continue - flag value)
      2. read register 553 (this value is the control word)
      3. write 58771 to register 7720
      4. write 4 to register 7721
      5. write 4 to register 7722
      6. write (control word from step 2.) to register 7723
      7. write 12 to register 7724
      8. wait for command being executed:
      read register 7717 (this is the command number, once this is 0 continue to next step. This might required you to check this register multiple times while waiting on the command to finish processing.) 
      read register 7718 (repeat checking process for 0 then continue)
      check result code:
      read register 7719 (check result code table for output meanings - attached below)
      9. write 58770 to register 7720
      10. write 4 to register 7721
      11. write 4 to register 7722
      12. write (control word from step 2.) to register 7723
      13. write 1 to register 7724
      14. wait for command being executed:
      read register 7717 (this is the command number, once this is 0 continue to next step. This might required you to check this register multiple times while waiting on the command to finish processing.) 
      read register 7718 (repeat checking process for 0 then continue)
      check result code:
      read register 7719 (check result code table for output meanings - attached below)
      15. write 58772 to register 7720
      16. write 4 to register 7721
      17. write 4 to register 7722
      18. write (control word from step 2.) to register 7723
      19. write 12 to register 7724
      20. wait for command being executed:
      read register 7717 (this is the command number, once this is 0 continue to next step. This might required you to check this register multiple times while waiting on the command to finish processing.) 
      read register 7718 (repeat checking process for 0 then continue)
      check result code:
      read register 7719 (check result code table for output meanings - attached below)
      21. exit the read/write browser



      See the attached document for more details