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Aust White Arch Switch

Catalogue Number: 663
663
Colour: White
Colour: Per UOM Std.
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What is the 600 series unit that will fit on to a 125ml modempak ducting

Need to contact Modempak for confirmation (ph - 0800 663 367) but in theory if the mounting clip for the ducting has 84mm
centres it should fit the PDL 600 Series

My smartlink does not recognize my PowerTag A9 P63 & A9 F63 - what should I do?

The new PowerTag A9 P63 & A9 F63 are supported by Smartlink Firmware from version V 2.2.0 + Ecoreach version V2.7.X
Update your Smartlink and Ecoreach version using Ecoreach software 

Is the 683 waterproof switches available with press mechs

No, not available

I am looking for a replacement Goldair Heater

We are no longer agents for the Goldair range.  You can contact SSM (Specialised Sales & Marketing) 0800 963 963

Error when restoring or attaching SQL database from SQL 2012 to an earlier version of SQL server 2008

Issue 
A user receives an error when restoring or attaching SQL database from SQL 2012 to earlier version of SQL server

"The database cannot be opened because it is version 706. This server supports version 663 and earlier" 

Product Line 
SQL Server 2012 and SQL Server 2008 R2
StruxureWare Power Monitoring (SPM) 7.x 
Power Monitoring Expert (PME) 7.2.x and 8.x 

Environment 
Microsoft SQL Server Management

Cause 
SQL 2008 R2 cannot attach database files that were created from or attached to SQL 2012

Resolution
*Warning: Irreparable database damage can occur. This procedure should only be performed by users familiar with SQL Server Management Studio. Databases should be backed up prior to performing this procedure.*

 
Reason of the error message:
The database was created in/attached to SQL Server 2012 version. Now this database is being attached to SQL Server 2008 R2.


 
Error when restoring database:

 
Version 706 is a database file from SQL Server 2012
Version 663 is a database file from SQL Server 2008 R2

PME7.2.2 systems running SQL server 2008 R2 cannot attach database files that were created from SQL 2012.
Upgrading SQL server 2008 R2 to  SQL 2012 must be done if restoring or attaching a database from SQL2012 is required.

For PowerTag A9 P63 & F63 (1P + N), how to fasten the current measurement module so that it does not freely move in the cabinet ?

One possible solution would be to stick an adhesive cable tie mount to the side of the PowerTag and attach the cable tie to the neutral power wire.

What is the dimensions for a PDL 683 3-Gang Switch ?

Overall Dimensions: 118mm x 74mm
Mounting Centres: 84mm

For PowerTag A9 P63 & F63, do I have to fasten the current sensor on the power cable?

It's not necessary.

I see that PowerTag A9 P63, M63 are said to be compatible only with Schneider Electric products included in the selection guide (CA908058). Can I mount it on different brand products?

Schneider Electric has carried out tests for heating and mechanical compatibility with the products covered by the selection guide (CA908058).Schneider Electric is not able to conduct these tests for all products on the market.
The other possibility is to use the PowerTag A9 F63 version while ensuring the compatibility of the electrical connection. 

What is the impact on energy measurement (kWh) if I mount the PowerTag A9 F63 Power Module upside down?

No impact on energy measurement

Where can I get dimensions for an Altivar 660 Drive Systems?

Issue:
Where can I get dimensions for an Altivar 660 Process Drive Systems?

Product Line:
Altivar 660

Environment:
All serial numbers for ATV660

Cause:
N/A

Resolution:
Please reference the Altivar 660 Process Drive Systems Manual attachment - NHA91297

https://www.schneider-electric.us/en/download/document/NHA91297/

What justifies the choice of the PowerTag A9 F63 blade terminals?

The blade terminal of the PowerTag A9 F63 has been designed so that it does not generate any mechanical interference with the power wire, regardless of the type of cable (flexible / rigid) and the preparation of its end (bare / insulated crimped cable end / non-insulated crimped cable end). This blade terminal can not be considered as a crimped cable end, but it should be considered as a specifically designed electrical connection in the same way as: the connection terminals of a PowerTag M63 or P63, or the tooth of a distribution comb. When connecting the power wire to a screw terminal in accordance with the recommendations given in the installation instructions (cable type, section, stripping length, type of preparation, tightening torque, correct alignment between blade terminal and power wire), no degradation is generated by the PowerTag Flex blade terminal on the mechanical withstand and the quality of the cable connection.

Do you have a BT connector E.g. 563 but for 35mm with 3 screws?

No, however we do have a connector that suits up to 2x 35mm2 cables with two screws. The part number is 563K35.

Some of the key features are:
  • 2 cables
  • Clear insulated
For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=563K35.
 

Do you sell a Y piece with conduit entries?

Yes 263 series of conduit fittings has a Y shape fitting.
263Y20
please see link below for more details
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=263Y20
 

What would cause the ATV66 drive to just shut down with no fault?

Issue:
Troubleshooting ATV66 drive unexpected shut down with no fault.

Product Line:
Altivar ATV66, ATV56, 66U and 56U

Environment:
All

Cause:
The drive is stopping and shutting down without showing any faults on the display.

Resolution: 
1st check the drives status in the bottom right hand side of the HMI.  What is the status? RDY, NRP,
 
If the drives status is RDY then we need to check the drives run signal on LI2 for 2 wire control.
If the drives status is NRP then we need to check the run permissives input on LI1.
You can monitor the status of the logic inputs in menu 2.1.

Is it possible to use password protection with remote controls based on LEDs?

It's possible, you will be able to find your answer in the user manual section 6.3 ZART8L

Is it possible to use password protection with remote controls based on LEDs?

It's possible, you will be able to find your answer in the user manual section 6.3 ZART8L

What are the letters marked on the front of the product (X, Y, Z) and on the voltage measurement cable of the PowerTag A9 F63 used for?

The letters are used to make the correspondence between the measurement of the current sensors and the voltage measurements.

Apple Support for NetBotz Appliances

Issue:
Apple Support for NetBotz Appliances

Product Line:
NetBotz

Environment:
Any version

Cause:
Operating system compatibility.

Resolution:
The NetBotz Advanced View (and NetBotz Central Console) do not work with the Apple Macintosh Platform.

The Basic View which is pure HTML should work fine on Apple platforms.
 

Are the ION meters seismic and/or vibrational compliant?

As of right now, no ION hardware undergoes any testing for seismic and/or vibrational compliance. No meters in the ION family have this compliance. Typical standards are IEEE 693 and IEC 60255-21-3.
________________________________________
Original article#
Date Created: November 12, 2010
Last Revised: November 18, 2010
Public
Original Author: DD
All content © 1992-2010 Schneider Electric


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL203933 V1.0, Originally authored by LaAd on 11/19/2010, Last Edited by LaAd on 11/19/2010
Related ranges: ION8600, ION75X0 RTU, ION7550/ION7650, ION7300, ION6200

"Notify All Connected Users" not working in RHEL 6.3

Issue:
The "notify all connected users" function does not working in RHEL 6.3 (Red Hat Linux version 6.3)

Product Line:
PowerChute Business Edition

Environment:
OS: RHEL 6.3 X64
Build: PowerChute Business Edition 8.0.1 and 9.x OEM Basic

Cause:
Notifications are not sent to remote RHEL machines or other Windows machines in the same network.
Instead, notifications are seen only at the localhost, that is, the RHEL machine where PowerChute Business Edition is installed.

Notifications can be sent to Windows machines when this RHEL PowerChute Agent is added to a PowerChute Console.
These notifications are sent from the Console installed on Windows and not from RHEL.


Resolution:
This issue will be addressed in a future PowerChute Business Edition release.

Micrologic 5.2x, 5.3x, 6.2x, and 6.3x user guide

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

micrologic_5_6_2.pdf


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

Enhancements to Security Wizard in ION Setup around Configuration for Time Synchronization with Advanced Security

Goals and Symptoms

Summary
It is possible to set up an ION meter with advanced security to simultaneously accept broadcast clock synchronizations but reject time sync packets sent by specific users.  This constitutes an obscure logical inconsistency between the general meter time synchronization settings and time synchronization settings per user when the meter is set to Advanced Security mode.  Note that the Advanced Security feature is only available on the ION 7650, ION 7550, and ION 8xxx Series Meters.  Meters set up using ION Setup versions 2.0 and 2.1 (up to build 662) will have a greater chance of containing this inconsistency due to the facts detailed below.  This article outlines the enhancements to the functionality of ION Setup 2.1 (build 663 and greater) to help avoid this issue. 
 
Symptoms
With the introduction of ION Setup 2.0, the default setting for the meter in general  for time synchronization was Allow Broadcasting Time Synchronization = Yes, as illustrated in the screen shot below (Fig 1).
 

Fig 1. Advanced Options (Setup Assistant > Security > Security Mode > Edit > Advanced)
 
When the meter is configured for Advanced Security, there are individual user settings for time synchronization which can be set to be in logical conflict with the general Allow Broadcasting Time Synchronization meter setting mentioned above as show in Figure 2 below.

Fig 2. Individual Security Settings in Advanced Security Mode (Setup Assistant > Security > Security Mode > Edit > Advanced > Next)
 

Facts and Changes

Keywords
ION meter, ION 8500, ION 8400, ION 8300, ION 8600
Contradiction - conflict, difference, disagreement, discrepancy, negation
Inconsistent - exception, incongruity, irregularity, rarity, unconformity

Causes and Fixes

Cause
The logical inconsistency which is currently allowed by ION Setup without any intervention is the following:
 
Even though USER02 would be unable to issue a time synchronization when logged in as USER02, they would be able to time synchronize the meter by triggering an anonymous broadcast time synchronization.
 
Meters configured using ION Setup are more likely to contain this logical inconsistency in their settings if ION Setup 2.0 or ION Setup 2.1 (up to and including build 662) was used because the default setting for time synchronization is set to Allow Broadcasting Time Synchronization = Yes in this range of builds.
 
Resolution

    • (1)  The default setting for Allow Broadcasting Time Synchronization is now set to No for meters on which Advanced Security is enabled.
      (2)  If the user chooses to over-ride the default setting for Allow Broadcasting Time Synchronization and set it to Yes while, at the same time configuring certain individual users to Time Sync Access = No, ION Setup will generate the following pop-up message to highlight this inconsistency and give the opportunity to fix it:

Text of message is above screen shot:
 
WARNING: Allowing broadcast time synchronization contradicts having users without time sync access.
 
Do you wish to turn off Broadcast Time Syncs?
 
<Yes>  <No>  <Cancel>
 
More Information
Note that this resolution does not absolutely preclude the possibility that the meters settings still be allowed to include this logical inconsistency.  The user still has the freedom to set Allow Broadcasting Time Synchronization to Yes while, at the same time, configuring certain individual users to Time Sync Access = No.  The key advancement is that this inconsistency is now less likely because of better default settings and because inconsistency is clearly highlighted to the user in a pop-up message box.
 
This problem was brought to Schneider Electrics attention by the Independent Electricity Market Operator (IMO) for Ontario.
 
  • Original article#16771

    Last Revised: 22-Jun-07

    Public

    All content © 1992-2007 Schneider Electric


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL184791 V2.0, Originally authored by KBAdPM on 06/20/2007, Last Edited by KBAdPM on 07/05/2007
Related ranges: ION Setup 2.0

Active Pager Module (APM) User Guides

Issue
Active Pager Module (APM) User Guides

Product Line
Active Pager Module 6.0, 6.1, 6.2, or 6.3

Environment
Active Pager Module 6.0, 6.1, 6.2, or 6.3 

Cause
Customer does not have guides.

Resolution
Attached are the User Guides for Active Pager Module version 6.0, version 6.1, and version 6.2. APM 6.3 uses the same User Guide as APM 6.2
Note: See AlarmSentryUserGuide on instructions for the OPC DA server in AMP 6.3 (ION-E 6.0 & ION-E 6.0 SP1 compatible)

I see that PowerTag A9 F63 are said to be compatible only with Schneider Electric products included in the selection guide (CA908058). Can I mount it on different brand products?

A check of the good mechanical and electrical behavior of the connections must be carried out by a professional installer if the PowerTag devices are combined with products other than those listed in document CA908058F.

On the PowerTag A9 F63 model, ref. A9MEM1562 if I try to be consistent with the flat cable position, the LED of the module is upwards. Should I twist the flat cable to have the LED down?

This has no impact on the operation but to be consistent with the rest of the range we favor the Led down, and in this case, the flat cable is twisted.

On PowerTag A9 F63 models, I have problems with the mechanical withstand of voltage picking blade terminals when connecting on a product with wider screw terminals. Is there any recommendation?

The best way to perform the connection of the PowerTag on the product is to place the blade terminal against the fixed part of the product's screw terminal and to align the power wire behind the blade terminal.

What are the dimensions for the 4FCC45-WE switchboard enclosure?

The dimensions for the 4FCC45-WE switchboard enclosure are 376mm (W) X 666 (H) X 70mm (D).
Wall opening dimensions are 631mm X 335mm
Some of the key features are:
  • Supplied with neutral and earth bars
  • 15 module Jetstrea m
  • No isolating switch
  • Ample wiring entries
  • Comprehensive range of legend stickers
  • Generous earth and split neutral bars are provided and located for ease of wiring. Main neutral termination for cable up to 35 sq mm


See Page 493 of the Trade Product Guide edition 92

For further information please see https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=4FCC45

 

Most common PMM meter Modbus registers

Issue:
Most common PMM meter Modbus registers


Product line:
MGE PMM/PMN (300 kVA and under)


Environment:
MGE PMM/PMN


Cause:
Most common PMM meter Modbus registers



Resolution:
The PMM comes with many communication options but the most common are below:
 
The Modbus registers can be found on the Veris website:

https://www.veris.com/modbus_downloads.aspx
 
MCM:  See H82xx - Multi-Circuit Meters
BCM (legacy):  See H663 / H704 - 50A Branch Circuit Monitors
BCPM (current):  E30 / E31xxx - Panelboard Monitoring System




 
 

What is the password for the RSU software for micrologic trip units 5.2 6.2 5.3 6.3

Product Line:
Circuit Breakers
PowerPact H, J, L

Environment:
Software for micrologic trip units 5.2 6.2 5.3 6.3

Resolution:
The password is Schneider.
 

NetBotz CCTV Adaptor Pod 120 Does NOT Come with Door Sensor

Issue:

NetBotz CCTV Adaptor Pod 120 Does NOT Come with Door Sensor

Product Line:

NetBotz

Environment:

NetBotz CCTV camera pod NBPD0123.

Cause:
Included components

Resolution:

The magnetic door switch sensor (audio-style connector) does NOT come standard with the NetBotz CCTV Adapter Pod. This door switch is available separately from NetBotz. The part number for the door switch is NBDC0002.

What are the part numbers of the IGBT's for the ATV66 drives?

Issue:
What are the part numbers of the IGBT's for the ATV66 drives?

Product Line:
All ATV66 drives

Environment:
IGBT's

Cause:
n/a

Resolution:
See the attached attachment

What are the part numbers for the Gate Driver Boards for ATV66 drives?

Issue:
What are the part numbers for the Gate Driver Boards for ATV66 drives?

Product Line:
ATV66 Drives

Environment:
Gate Driver Boards

Resolution:
See the attached spreadsheet

Upgrading process from APM Version 6.3 (on ION Enterprise 6.0.x) to ENM 8.3 (on PME 8.0)

Issue
Upgrading process from APM Version 6.3 (on ION Enterprise 6.0)  to ENM 8.3 ( on PME 8.0)

Product Line 
ION Enterprise 6.0.x with APM Version 6.3
Power Monitoring Expert 7.2.2 with ENM 8.2
Power Monitoring Expet 8.0 with ENM 8.3

Cause
There is not a direct path to upgrade APM 6.3 to ENM 8.3 

Environment 
Upgrading the APM v6.3 (on ION Enterprise 6.0) to ENM 8.3 on PME 8.0 system. 

Resolution
*Warning: These procedures should only be performed by users familiar with ENM, PME and SQL Server Management Studio. Take backups of databases prior to performing these procedure. Ensure the backups are in a location that will not be overwritten (e.g. external hard drive).

There is no procedure that provides direct upgrade from APM version 6.3 to ENM 8.3. As a result, there are two possible outcome from this situation. 

Outcome 1: 
Customer/Application Engineer can review their configuration on APM version 6.3 . If the configuration is easy, re-create the configuration on the new ENM 8.3. The ideal way would be to upgrade the ION Enterprise 6.0 to PME 8.0, and then install fresh ENM 8.3 and re-configure the ENM 8.3 to match configuration in previous versions of ENM \ APM.
 
Outcome 2:
Customer/Application engineer can review their configuration on APM version 6.3 and if they want to keep the configuration, they will have to go through upgrading process listed below: 
  1. Begin on ION Enterprise 6.0.x system: Upgrade the APM version 6.3 to ENM 7.0
  2. Then upgrade ION Enterprise 6.0.x to PME 7.2.2.
  3. Upgrade ENM 7.0 to ENM 7.1
  4. Upgrade ENM 7.1 to ENM 8.0
  5. Upgrade ENM 8.0 to ENM 8.2
  6. Upgrade PME 7.2.2 to PME 8.0.
  7. Last, upgrade ENM 8.2 to ENM 8.3 (ENM 8.3 requires license activation ID, do not upgrade software before having the license key)
NOTE: Before upgrading APM/ENM version, user will have to uninstall the previous version and then install new version. In addition, different ENM version looks for associated PME version. Therefore, it's very important that upgrade is run together as mentioned in 7 steps above or ENM installer will not upgrade successfully. View table below which shows APM / ENM Compatibility Matrix with ION Enterprise \ PME Software:


 

StruxureWare Central 6.3 help files appear to be missing.

Issue:

StruxureWare Central 6.3 help files missing

Product Line:

StruxureWare Central

Environment:

StruxureWare Central 6.3

Cause:

The help documentation downloaded with the client has been found to have issues. If you are running the StruxureWare Client on a Windows system, please download the attached zip file and follow the instructions below.

Resolution:

*** Information ***
StruxureWare Central 6.3.0 help zip file for Windows installations only.

Note: For use only with StruxureWare Central version 6.3.0 on Windows operating systems.



*** To Install ***

1. Download the SWC 6.3.0 Help Files.zip file (attached) to your StruxureWare Central 6.3.0 client machine.

2. Close the StruxureWare Central application if running.

3. Extract the zip file to the StruxureWare Central client install folder.
Note: The default installation folder is c:\Program Files\StruxureWare Central 6.3.0\

4. Hit the ""Yes to all"" button when prompted to overwrite existing files.

5. Extraction will complete and the help will now be viewable from StruxureWare Central 6.3.0.

What are the catalog numbers, and where is technical information, for the Masterpact NT/NW Circuit Breakers and Micrologic trip units?

Product Line:
Circuit Breakers:

Environment:
Applies to Masterpact NW and NT Circuit Breakers, and their respective trip units

Resolution:
Some popular documents for Masterpact NW and NT breakers are the following:
0613CT0001     Technical Catalog for Masterpact NT and NW
0613PL0001      Parts List for Masterpact NT and NW (includes catalog numbers for many accessory kits)
48049-330-03   Instruction manual for the x.0H Harmonic trip units 
48049-137-05   Instruction manual for the x.0P Power trip units
48049-136-05   Instruction manual on the x.0A Ammeter trip units
48049-207-05   Instruction manual for the x.0 Standard Trip Units

These documents, along with many others, can be found on the Schneider Electric website in the Download Center:  https://www.schneider-electric.us/en/download/

Is the VW3A3720 Ethernet module for the ATV630 Process drive available?

Issue:
Is the VW3A3720 Ethernet module for the ATV630 Process drive available?

Product Line:
Altivar Process 630

Environment:
All 

Cause:
VW3A3720 availability 

Resolution:
Yes its available and your ATV630 Process drive must be firmware version 1.5 or above so you can use this option card. 

Does the ATV630 Process drive have embedded Ethernet TCP/IP and Ethernet IP?

Issue:
Wondering if the ATV630 Process drive have embedded Ethernet TCP/IP and Ethernet IP?

Product Line:
Altivar Process 630

Environment:
All 

Cause:
Altivar Process 630 Ethernet. 

Resolution:
No. The ATV630 only has embedded Modbus TCP/IP. A VW3A3720 would be needed to use Ethernet IP protocol.

How do I reset the run time on an ATV66 VFD?

Issue:
Reset run time

Product Line:
ATV66

Environment:
All models

Cause:
None

Resolution:
The run time could be reset by jumping pins 1 and 11 on connector 10. I told him to power off, install the jumper, power on and wait for the display to come on, then power off and remove the jumper.
 

What is the part number of DC bus assembly with capacitors for ATV66C23N4 and ATV66C31N4?

Issue:
What is the part number of DC bus assembly with capacitors for ATV66C23N4 and ATV66C31N4?

Product Line:
ATV66, Altivar 66

Environment:
ATV66C23N4 , ATV66C31N4

Cause:
Replacement capacitors needed.

Resolution:
The part number for the assembly with capacitors is VY1ADC608. Unfortunately, these parts are now obsolete.  Would need to replace the drive.

Where can I find the power board part numbers for all of the the ATV66 drives?

Issue:
Where can I find the power board part numbers for all of the the ATV66 drives?

Product Line:
Altivar ATV66

Environment:
All

Cause:
Needs to get a repalcement power board part number

Resolution:
See attachment

 

What does the "SL" in SL66 drive mean?

Issue:
Part number is a SL66

Product Line:
ATV66

Environment:
Enclosed product

Cause:
n/a

Resolution:
SL means "Skinless" The drive does not have side panels and was installed in our enclosed product or MCC. 
 

What is the ATV66 VW3A66206U replacement keypad part number?

Issue:
What is the ATV66 replacement keypad part number?

Product Line:
Altivar 66

Environment:
VFD Version 3.0 or greater

Cause:
Keypad needs to be replaced.

Resolution:
The drive MUST be version 3.0 or greater. Verify the drive control board version level before replacing the keypad. Ignore the version number of the keypad itself.
The part # for the keypad is VW3A66206U.
Update:  The VW3A66206U keypad is no longer available for sale and is obsolete with no direct replacement.

We know we can set the password in the remote station. I know the screen version is ok for this function and we can see a lock on the top of the screen. But can we set the password in the LED remote station? and if we can , there is no screen, how to show this information?

You will be able to find your answer in the user manual section 6.3 ZART8L Diagnostic p 157 to 160. In fact you have a Led code.

Is there an alternative for SS165/15/2?

There is no direct replacement for the SS165/15/2
The closest product to the SS165/5/2 is the 362 and 363 series of surface switches

For more information please visit the Clipsal web site on the links provided .
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=362
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=363

Single Phase Symmetra Battery Capacity Below 100%


Issue

The battery capacity of a single phase Symmetra may not reach 100%.

Note: This does not apply for battery capacity readings of 99%; a Symmetra system indicating 99% is operating normally.  A Symmetra will only display 100% under certain conditions such as having experienced no load fluctuation for several minutes.  At 100% the system can be commanded to perform a runtime calibration.  


Product Line

Symmetra Power Array
Symmetra RM
Symmetra LX


Environment

All serial ranges


Cause

If the system has been allowed sufficient time to charge its batteries but is still showing a battery capacity value below 99% or 100%, there may be an issue with the XR communication card's ability to measure voltage of the battery modules in its frame.


Resolution

To troubleshoot this issue, check the battery capacity and battery voltage in the PowerView Status menu as well as the raw status information for the extended run frame(s).  Next, take physical measurements of the DC voltage at the Anderson Connector of the extended run battery frame(s) and the Symmetra mainframe using a multimeter.

If the battery voltage in the status menu is approximately 137 VDC, the voltage reading at the Anderson connector for the extended run frame is 137 VDC, but the raw status of the extended run battery frame(s) is lower than VINT=137 then the XR communications card should be replaced/swapped.


How to apply a Register Mask in the IONE/SPM/PME Modbus Device Importer

Issue
A user would like to create a MDI driver that requires bitmasking registers.

Product Line
ION Enterprise 6.0.x
StruxureWare Power Monitoring 7.0.x
Power Monitoring Expert 7.2.x
Power Monitoring Expert 8.x

Environment
Modbus Device Importer

Resolution
*Warning: Take backups of any files prior to modifying them. Ensure the backups are in a location that will not be overwritten (i.e. the Desktop).

A mask is applied to the raw data received from a register. The mask is applied in an AND fashion.
For example, if the mask “0x4” is applied, then the register value displayed is only nonzero if the 2nd most significant bit in the register is a 1 (X#XXXXXXXXXXXXXX).

Note:
You can apply masks to both numeric and Boolean data types. To apply custom masks, scroll down the list and select Custom. When prompted, enter the value in Decimal, Binary, or Hexadecimal format. Custom mask can be used to allow 1 or more bits to be visible from the register being masked.

Here is a chart for a visual of the mask



Example:
An end user with a Micrologic Trip Unit might want to know Breaker Status (closed, open).
Register 661 bit 0 is the status bit.

To create this register point we would use Register Mask 0x0001.

What is the operating temperature of the 563/1 and the 563/2 1 and 2 screw bluepoints?

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


 

StruxureWare Central 6.3 or higher fails to turn on rack PDU outlet.

Issue:

StruxureWare Central fails to turn on rack PDU outlet.

Product Line:

StruxureWare Central / Data Center Expert

Environment:

StruxureWare Central 6.3 and higher

Cause:

If StruxureWare Central does not have the proper SNMP Write community name, it will be unable to send the proper set command to turn off the outlet(s).

In other cases, some rPDU's that support controllable outlets have a feature that prevents turning on outlets if the device is in a warning or critical overload/near overload state.

Resolution:

In these instances, the Central will send the set command down to the device. Central has no knowledge of the turn on restriction. The card then receives the SNMP command and it either does or does not turn on the outlet(s). So it is working as expected, it's just that the Central can't report back to the user that the outlet command was successfully accepted, but NOT applied due to the outlet overload restriction. This is in part due to the fact that SNMP is a UDP protocol.
 

Is there a neutral bar which has 14 to 16 holes?

Yes we have a Neutral bar with both 14 and 16 holes. The part number for a 14 hole neutral bar is L14 and The part number for a 16 hole neutral bar is L16.

Some of the key features for the L14 are :
  • Two screw In 8 Tunnel and One Screw In 6 Tunnel
  • 2 tunnel, 6.3 mm Diameter accommodate 1 x 16 sq mm cable
  • 6 Tunnel, 5.5 mm Diameter accommodate 1 x 16 sq mm cable
  • 6 Tunnel, 4.5 mm Diameter accommodate 1 x 16 sq mm cable
  • Dimensions: 86 x 57 x 40 mm
  • 100A Rated


Some of the key features for the L16 are:
  • Two screw in 6 tunnels and one screw in 10 tunnel
  • 2 tunnels, 6.3 mm Diameter accommodate 1 x 16 sq mm cable
  • 4 Tunnels, 5.5 mm Diameter accommodate 1 x 16 sq mm cable
  • 10 Tunnels, 4.5 mm Diameter accommodate 1 x 10 sq mm cable
  • Dimensions: 86 x 57 x 40 mm
  • 100A rated


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