box mains connection 2term

Mains Connection Box, Unfused, 2 Terminal, 25-20mm, 19/0.044 Cable

Catalogue Number: 650/2
box mains connection 2term
Colour: Black
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • Black 1 PCE

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Product brand
Clipsal
Number of clamp
2
Cable entry number
2
EU RoHS Directive
Compliant
Mercury free
Yes
RoHS exemption information
Yes
China RoHS Regulation
Product out of China RoHS scope. Substance declaration for your information
Circularity Profile
N/A

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Frequently Asked Questions

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What would be the shroud that goes with the 650/2 ?

The part number for the shroud would be 650/2N-BK.

Please see below link for more information on this product under the documentations tab.
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=650/2N

What size cable suits part number 650/4?

The part number 650/4 accommodates 16mm2 cable.

Can you buy the cover only for a 650/4al-bk?

Yes. The cover for the 650/4AL-bk is a 650/4 COVER-BK

What is the separator for a 15092

 The separator part code is 27001

What bracket is used to suit the larger Prestige range.

The bracket would be the 156/2.
This is also available in a wall box version as a157/2.
Please see below documentation for more information.
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=156/2

What is the wall box for a P2033/2VA-WE

 Part code 157/2

Can AR7715 or AR7725 be Used with Other Side Airflow equipment?

Issue:
There are side airflow devices other than the Cisco models noted for AR7715 and AR7725 that require a duct kit.

Product Line:
NetShelter SX

Environment:
All models and serial ranges.
 
Cause:
Customers may want to use a side airflow duct kit with equipment it was not specifically designed for.
 
Resolution:
The AR7715 and AR7725 Side Air Flow Duct Kits are designed specifically for use with Cisco's side airflow switches.
AR7715 is designed to be used with Catalyst 6509, 6509E, 6513 and the MDS 9509 and 9513 Multilayer Directors. 
AR7725 is designed to be used with Nexus 7009. 

In general, when recommending a side airflow duct kit for equipment other than the Cisco products listed above we recommend using AR7725. The AR7725 is not as tall as AR7715 and it does not have a mounting rail required for the equipment, as the AR7715 does. To insure proper operation the airflow path should be similar to the Cisco models with similar chassis dimensions: 14U x 17.3" W x 24" D. Installing equipment that's not as tall or deep may result in the need of foam and/or duct tape to close off open spaces between the equipment and the duct. 
 
The AR7715 can also be used with other Cisco 6500 series (such as a 6506) and 9500 series switches, but all components of the kit will not be used. The rear baffle connecting the top and bottom duct cannot be installed without field modification, because the other switches in this family are smaller. This is not a concern, since the smaller switches also have significantly lower airflow requirements. The top and bottom duct alone will supply the smaller switches with sufficient airflow. The height of the AR7715 is adjustable from 24.49" to 33.35". 

If you have any further questions or inquiries please contact Schneider Electric, ITB Technical Support.

Is the PDL 693/2 - horizontal double socket, unswitched with separate bases - available in black?

The PDL 693/2 is only available in white.
 

Looking for a 80A 3pole din rail mount mains switch

The mains switch is 15092

What is the code for a PCU in PDL Modena 800 series?

651M2 + 800MA

What is replacement for part no 6500A

Replaced with part no 6500ADS

for more information on this part please refer to https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=6500ADS

What is the part number for a replacement in line ex-fan for the 6501?

No. Unfortunately there is no replacement available.
 

Will the FLHDS draft stopper suit 6500A or 6600A units?

Yes the FLHDS draft stopper suits 6500A or 6600A
This is the link to the brochure. pls refer page 2 of the brochure.
https://updates.clipsal.com/ClipsalOnline/Files/Brochures/A0000284.pdf

What is the plate to cover the hole from a 149 flush box

Use PDL 683/683C + 2 x PDL 650VH

What is the Metal Cover Plate option for PDL 650VH ?

Suits PDL 686M# metal cover plates

L1JCN - What is the code for the flush box to suit 31/2VX-WE

157/2 wall box 2gang

What is the part number for a replacement draftstopper for the 6600A and 6500A 3 in 1 units?

The part number for a replacement draftstopper for the 6600A and 6500A 3 in 1 units is - FLHDS
For further informetion , visit link below:-
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=FLHDS
 

Do we have a single horizontal unswitched socket in 600 series?

No - only a double horizontal 693/2

What wall clip is used for Prestige large format plates?

The 154/2 is the clip to suit any Prestige large format plate 115mm x 115mm

Part number for a C clip to suit prestige range?

The part name is 154/2

What is the mounting bracket to suit Prestige large format plates?

Part number 156/2 can be used on all Prestige large format plates.

What is the flush box to suit the P2025/2?

Standard 2 gang flush box will suit -  part number 157/2

Is centre lamp available as spare for part number 6500A?

No. Unfortunately there is no lamp available, as spare part.

Do we sell a replacement fan for 6500A Bathroom heat light and fan unit?

Unfortunately not, we do not sell a replacement fan for 6500A.

6500ADS is the replacement for 6500A. For further information, please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?CatNo=6500ADS

 

What is the alternate for a Clipsal 2015/2VS-WE (10A vertical unswitched socket)

These are no long available, the only option is the PDL 693/2 which is horizontal not vertical

What is the part number for a Clipsal individual wired double switch socket

No longer available in the Clipsal range, you can use the PDL 693/2

is there a Metal cover plate available for the 693/2

No, there is no replacement covers available for this part.

 

Is there a vertical version of the PDL 693/2 horizontal double socket, unswitched with separate bases?

No - There is only the horizontal available.

What is the part number of the wall clip suitable for large format Prestige P2000 plates?

The part number for the wall clip suitable for large format Prestige P2000 plaes is 154/2.

What is the dimension of 90BD2 insulating shroud?

The dimension of 90BD2 insulating shroud is 105mm(length) 78mm(width) 65mm(depth). 90BD2 insulating shroud, large type format, deep type, meets double insulation requirements (suits 156/2 metal brackets).
For further information, please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=90BD2
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How is it possible to determine if an Enercept Meter is the Basic or Enhanced model?

A System ID register located at addresses 30 (Integer) and 315 (Float) exists within the Enercept Meter. Reading that register will yield one of two values:
A value of 15022 will be returned from the Enhanced Enercept model.
A value of 15023 will be returned from the Basic Enercept model.

Can I remove the switch in a PDL 691. If I do remove it does the socket still works

Options are - You could use a 691X and remove the extra switch if you want to put in another mech.
or you would need to use the 693/2 if you want an auto switched socket. Either will need a flush box or mounting clip to mount to the wall.

How to change the display settings of energy units from MWh to kWh in ME Meter.

Depending on the ME meter version, meter will automatically select the appropriate units and therefore it is not possible to modify the energy units. From 40/5 to 150/5 CT ratio, the energy unit display is KWh and from 200/5 to 6000/5 CT ratio, the energy unit display is MWh.

CT Setting:
To change the CT settings hold down the button on the Front Face of the ME Meter for more than 5 sec when on the CT Rating display. After approximately 5 sec the display will start blinking, now enter the CT setting. Once again hold the button till the display stop flashing, to ensure that the entry is saved.

Why is my Back-UPS ES giving a Constant tone with the Power on LED flashing?

Issue:

Why is my Back-UPS ES giving a Constant tone with the Power on LED flashing?


Product Line:

BACK-UPS ES


Environment:

BE350G, BE450G, BE550G, BE650G1 and BE750G


Cause:

If this is a new installation confirm that the internal battery was connected properly.

Refer to the user manual for instructions on this procedure.

The Back-UPS ES performs an internal self-test every 14 days, the internal self-test checks the integrity of the battery. If the battery fails the self-test, the Power on LED will flash and the unit will emit a constant tone. This is a WARNING that the battery may be near the end of its life, replacement is typically recommended within 2-4 weeks.


Resolution:

Step 1:

Verify that the UPS is not being overloaded:

- The Back-UPS ES 350 can support 350VA or 200Watts on the battery powered outlets.

- The Back-UPS ES 450 can support 450VA or 257Watts on the battery powered outlets.

- The Back-UPS ES 550 can support 550VA or 330Watts on the battery powered outlets.

- The Back-UPS ES 650 can support 650VA or 390Watts on the battery powered outlets.

- The Back-UPS ES 750 can support 750VA or 450Watts on the battery powered outlets.


 

APC recommends plugging only the computer and monitor in the battery powered outlets, other peripherals should be plugged into the ""Surge Only"" outlets on the labeled on the the UPS. Outlet strips or surge protectors should NEVER be plugged into any UPS. Remove any excessive load from the UPS. On the same note if the Back-UPS ES is close to being fully loaded (>80% of the battery outlet’s watt capacity) it is not recommended that the Back-UPS ES be used as a master on/off switch to turn on your equipment. Instead power the Back-UPS ES on, letting it complete its self-test before turning on the connected equipment.



Step 2:

A self test should be performed with the UPS fully charged (charging without interruption or transfer to battery for 5 hours) and normal load attached. To do this, power down all equipment attached to the battery outlets. Then reboot the Back-UPS ES by turning it off then count to 5 and power it back on. If the constant tone clears, then it was a false onbattery condition and the unit has been reset. It now is ready to be used again. Proceed to step 3 if it does not clear.


Step 3: (proceed only if "step 2" does not clear the Replace Battery Condition)

The Back-UPS ES comes with a 3 year warranty which includes the internal battery. If the Back-UPS ES was purchased within 3 years, please contact APC Support and reference the steps performed in this document. Also include the exact part number and serial number found on the bottom of the Back-UPS ES.

 

If the Back-UPS ES is outside of the 3 year warranty, click HERE for upgrade and battery replacement options

How do you setup the ATV21 and ATV212 drives for Modbus?

Issue:
How do you setup the ATV21 and ATV212 drives for Modbus?

Product Line:
ATV21 and ATV212

Environment:
All

Cause:
Modbus setup for the ATV21 and ATV212 drives

Resolution:

Monitor only set up example:

CNOD=0  terminal control
FNOD= 2 for VIB

THr = FLA of motor name plate

F----  enter
F108= 48  Force to local mode
F802= 1  modbus address
F803= 10  Time out for modbus
F807= 1  screw terminals for modbus  or 0 for RJ45 (ATV212 only)

F800= 1 19200  RJ45 only port (must be same as customers controller)

F801= 1 Even Parity RJ45 only port (must be same as customers controller)
F820= 1 19200 baud speed (must be same as customers controller)
F821=  1  Even Parity (must be same as customers controller)
F829=  1  modbus RTU (must be same as customers controller)

(note F807, F820, F821 and F829  is ATV212 only)

 Controlling speed and start stop via modbus change

CNOD=2 modbus control start and stop
FNOD= 4 for modbus speed reference

F108= 0  turn off force to local

 Indirect set up vs Direct setup:

 Indirect set up:  program in the drive F---- codes.

Writing commands to drive

F870 = 1 for CMD command word

F871= 3 for freq ref

 Reading commands from drive:

F875= 1 for ETA status (FD01) you must assign min 2 registers to read.

F876=  2 for output freq (FD00) you must assign min 2 registers to read.

F877= 3 for output current (FE03) optional read
F878= 4 for output voltage (FE05) optional read

F879= 5 for alarm code (FC91) optional read

 Assuming no offset the starting read register for status is address 1875 thru 1879.

Assuming no offset the starting write register for command and speed is address 1870 thru 1871.

 Start FWD the drive write a hex value 400 (or dec 1024) to address 1870 and  speed ref write a dec 6000 for 60 Hz to address 1871.  Works if fnod and cnod is 2 and 4.

Start REV write hex 600 or (dec 1536) to CMD

Stop write a 0 to CMD

Freq ref write a 6000 to  address 1871.

 Note 1: If fnod and cnod is 2 and 0 they can write C400 hex to cmd and it will override terminals control and start the drive.

 

Note 2: If you have a offset you will need to add 1 to each address you read and write to.

Example: with offset you write to address 1871 and send speed to 1872.

Direct configuration means you can write direct to words

No need to set up F870 thru 879 it’s only for indirect configuration

 Writing the command to start and stop the drive:

Starting drive in direct mode CMD word is Hex FA00 or Dec 64000 (write a Dec 1024 or hex 400 to CMD to start the drive.)
Stopping drive in direct mode CMD word is Hex FA00 or Dec 64000 (write a Dec or Hex 0 to the CMD to stop the drive)

Freq reference is hex FA01 or Dec 64001 (write a 6000 in dec for 60 Hz speed reference).

 Reading

ETA status word is Hex FD01 or Dec 64769

Output frequency in Hz is Hex FD00 or Dec 64768

Output current is Hex FE01 or Dec 65027

 Note if you are offset by one you will need to add 1 to each value. 

Example: writing to 64001 for CMD and speed will be 64002 for freq reference.