692XM

Stainless Steel Cover

Catalogue Number: 692XM
692XM
Colour: Stainless Steel
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • Stainless Steel 1 PCE
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Specifications

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Range of product
PDL 600 Designer Series
Product brand
Clipsal
Product destination
socket-outlet
Material
metal
Surface finish
matt

Frequently Asked Questions

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Is there a white cover plate available for the PDL vertical double socket outlet with extra switch - 692X?

The PDL 692XC is the cover plate to suit.
 

will a PDL642MUSB mech fit into the pdl692xbk Socket outlet?

Yes the 642MUSB mech will fit a 692X. Wire the Active and Neutral into USB mech.

 

Can you put a 642MUSB USB mech into a double socket plate, eg 695X ?

Yes as of December 2015 the 642MUSB mech can be installed into the extra mech position of the 692X or 695X
This is also available as complete units:
PDL695USBWH
PDL692USBWH

Is the PDL694XX available in black?

No, only available in white

Is the PDL 694X, socket outlet horizontal and switched with an extra switch, available in black?

No, the PDL 694X is only available in white
 

What is the part number of the lid to suit mounting enclosure 56E4?

The part number of the lid to suit mounting enclosure 56E4 is 56L4. Mounting enclosure lids are moulded in UV stabilised polycarbonate and supplied complete with sealing gasket. The dimensions are 192mm x 192mm x 28mm deep.
For further information, please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=56L4

 

Is there a white cover plate available for the PDL 694X?

Yes, the cover plate code is PDL 694XCWH. The cover plate is also available in Polished Brass (694XMPB), Brushed Bronze (694XMBBZ) and Stainless Steel (694XMSS).

 

What are the dimensions of part number 230DRAS1MI?

The dimensions for part number 230DRAS1MI are 612mm (H) 505mm (W) 260mm (D).

For more information, please visit:
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=230DRAS1MI

Is the PDLDBF30 the same cut out as the 4FCC30?

The PDLDBF30 has the same cut out as the 4FCC30 as it was just a brand change from PDL to Clipsal. The cut out is still 376mm (W) X 392mm (H) X 70mm+ wall depth.

Is it possible to get a vertical single, switched socket with two extra switches in the PDL range?

We only do a horizontal single, switched socket with two extra switches - PDL 694XX.

Another alternative would be to use a PDL 691X. This is a vertical single, switched socket with one extra switch.
 

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

Are fuses included with the Powerlogic Energy Meter?

Issue:
The user would like to know if fuses are included with the meter when purchased 

Product Line: 
Energy Meter 

Environment:
Protective Fuses 

Resolution: 
Fuse Packs/Fuses are not included with the Energy Meter.
The fuses are typically provided by the installer or can be purchased as an accessory called fuse packs.  
The fuse packs come with 1/2 A SLO-BLO rating and can be ordered in packs of 1, 2, or 3.  

Below are the part numbers for the fuse packs.
EMFP1 Energy Meter Fuse Pack, Set of 1 (includes 1 fuse)
EMFP2 Energy Meter Fuse Pack, Set of 2 (includes 2 fuses)
EMFP3 Energy Meter Fuse Pack, Set of 3 (includes 3 fuses)

Video: How to load settings and/or PSL files to a MiCOM relay in Easergy Studio.

Issue   
Made setting and/or PSL changes but don't know how to load it into the MiCOM relay.

Product Line
MiCOM Px1x
MiCOM Px2x
MiCOM Px3x
MiCOM Px4x

Environment 
Easergy Studio

Resolution 



1.  Right Click on the device name in Easergy Studio (MiCOM S1 Studio)
2.  Select the settings and/or PSL files that need to be loaded.
3.  Click Send
4.  The relay will send the selected files and give a dialog box with information about the sending process.
5.  When done click Close
6.  Click Close again to finish.

Note:  The only relays with PSL files will be the Px4x Series.

How do I troubleshoot the Altivar Process Drive when it will not connect or communicate while over a Modbus Serial Network?

Issue:
How do I troubleshoot the Modbus Serial on the Altivar Process Drive?

Product Line:
Altivar Process Drive (ATV630, ATV930, ATV650, ATV950, ATV660, ATV960, ATV680, ATV980)

Environment:
All serial numbers for Altivar Process Drive

Cause:
N/A

Resolution:

Note: This FAQ goes over some basic checks and troubleshooting tips. For extended troubleshooting please refer to your drives Modbus Serial manual. 

Drive Will Not Connect
  • Installation
    • Make sure Modbus cable (not Ethernet cable) is connected to the appropriate Modbus serial port.
    • Pin Layout - Make sure to use proper pinouts
    • Isolate any electrical interference
      • Use conduits
      • Separate control and power connections
    • Add terminating resistors if the drive is at the end or the last of device in the network.
    • Network
      • Check for any duplicate addresses on the network.
      • Check to make sure you have proper configured assemblies
    • Programming
      • Check Basic Settings on the drive. Make sure the following is set:
        • Modbus Address
        • Modbus Baud Rate
        • Make sure drive is power cycled after any Communication settings are made.
    • Troubleshooting
      • Check LEDs on the drive
      • The following figure describes the LEDs status for Modbus Field-bus monitoring:
      • Eth NS (Embeded Modbus) - Indicates the Modbus serial link connection status​
Drive Connects But Will Not Run
  • Network
  • Programming on the Drive
    • Confirm drive is setup for Network Control
      • Check Command and Reference Menu
        • [Complete settings] [Command and Reference]
  • ​​Troubleshooting
    • Check Communication Map
      • [Display] [Communication map]
        • ​​Check Command Channel
        • Command Register
        • Ref Freq Channel
        • Ref Freq
  • Reference attached manuals for further troubleshooting