Aust 4 Gang Switch

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Aust 4 Gang Switch

Item Number: 684H-WH

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$87.71
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Colour White (WH)
  • White 1 PCE

Datasheet

Specifications

Design

Product brand

Clipsal

Others

Package 1 Weight

0.116 kg
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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the dimensions for a PDL 684 4-Gang Switch ?

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

What is the part cold for the PDL 600VH plates with ID

1 to 4  gang VH plates 681 to 684 ending with
VIDWH or HIDWH ie PDL681VIDWH or PDL684HIDWH

XW Output Derating Based on Ambient Temperature.

Issue:
XW+ Ambient Temperature operating range and derating

Environment:
XW+ 6848 and XW+ 5548 in possible environments where ambient temperature can reach extremes.

Resolution:
Rated Temperature Range (meets specifications) 32-77 °F (0-25 °C)
Operational Temperature Range -13-158 °F (-25-70 °C)
Storage Temperature Range -40-185 °F (-40-85 °C)
see attachment for graphs


 

What battery voltage is necessary to turn on my XW+ inverter?

Issue:
What battery voltage is necessary to turn on my XW+ inverter?

Product Line:
Conext XW+

Environment:
Any XW+ installation

Resolution:
The XW+5548 and XW+6848 both need at least 40V to start

Cause:
Battery may have fallen below the required voltage, and will need to be charged back to this voltage to start

What type of cable should be used when wiring Modbus to Altivar ATV58?

Issue:   
Cable type usage to wire Modbus to ATV58
 
Product Line:   
ATV58
 
Environment:  
All using Modbus
 
Cause:  
Modbus wiring
 
Resolution:   
Use twisted pair shielded cable.
See the MODBUS/ JBUS / UNITELWAY User?s Guide for more details on wiring and configuration.

How much heat is generated by my Conext system?

Issue:
Questions about how much heat each part of a Conext system uses.

Product Line:
Conext Battery Based Inverters
Conext MPPT Solar Charge Controllers

Environment:
Battery based inverter in an enclosed environment.

Cause:
Proper system design needs to account for system cooling.

Resolution:
The power in BTUs per hour (BTU/hr) is equal to 3.412141633 times the power in watts (W):
P(BTU/hr) = 3.412141633 × P(W)

The efficiency and load of each unit can be used to calculate power loss in watts and then the above formula can be used to convert to BTU/hr.

Conext XW+ 6848
Load (W) Efficiency Loss (W) Heat (BTU/hr)
6800 87% 884 3016
3000 94% 180 614
1500 95% 75 256

Conext SW 4024 NA
92% efficient at 4000W = 320W losses = 1092 BTU/hr

Conext MPPT 60 150
98% efficient at 48V battery at 3500W = 70W losses = 239 BTU/hr

Conext MPPT 80 600
96% efficient at 48V battery at 4800W = 192W losses = 655 BTU/hr