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Double Narrow Power Point 10A

Item Number: 699-WH

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Specifications

Design

Range of product

PDL 600 Designer Series

Product brand

Clipsal

Physical

Control type

ON/OFF button

Number of gangs

2 gangs

Pin number

3

Number of power socket outlets

2

Actuator

  • switch
  • rocker
    • Mounting position

      horizontal

      Fixing mode

      by screws

      Local signalling

      without light indicator

      [Ue] rated operational voltage

      230...240 V AC

      [In] rated current

      10 A

      Width

      170 mm

      Height

      48 mm

      Fixing center

      150 mm

      Standards

    • AS 3100
    • AS 3133
    • AS 3112
      • Material

        Material

        plastic

        Others

        Package 1 Weight

        0.142 kg
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        Frequently Asked Questions

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        How to control the Com3 (HMI) power on Scadapack3xx?

        Use the Default registers of the Scadapack 350 in Telepace Studio and the Controller LED power settings registers.

        The Controller LED Power Settings module provides control of the power settings for the controller LEDs. The state of the assigned coil register is the default state for the LED power. The time to return to the Default State is contained within the assigned holding register.

        The registers are initialized with the current value of the module parameters on power-up, and when the Register Assignment is downloaded to the controller. Thereafter the module parameters are updated continuously with data read from the assigned registers.

        Time in minutes to return to the default state. Default value is 5 minutes.
        Using the Sample attached Telepace Studio program.
        In a minute the LED power will turn OFF. To control the COM3 HMI power in the Scadapack 350 Defaul register is digital output register 11 and to monitor is address digital input 10013.

        What are the ranges of the Square D Circuit Breakers?

        MaterialDescriptionCommentDirect Replacement
        QO106EC10MINIATURE CIRCUIT BREAKER 240V 6ADiscontinuedno replacement
        QO110EC10QOvs 1P 10A 10kA Type CDirect ReplacementQO110VSC10
        QO116EC10QOvs 1P 16A 10kA Type CDirect ReplacementQO116VSC10
        QO120EC10QOvs 1P 20A 10kA Type CDirect ReplacementQO120VSC10
        QO125EC10QOvs 1P 25A 10kA Type CDirect ReplacementQO125VSC10
        QO132EC10QOvs 1P 32A 10kA Type CDirect ReplacementQO132VSC10
        QO140EC10QOvs 1P 40A 10kA Type CDirect ReplacementQO140VSC10
        QO150EC10QOvs 1P 50A 10kA Type CDirect ReplacementQO150VSC10
        QO163EC10QOvs 1P 63A 10kA Type CDirect ReplacementQO163VSC10
        QOH180XAUSMCB QOH 1P 80A 6KADiscontinuedno replacement
        QOH1100XAUSMCB QOH 1P 100A 6KADiscontinuedno replacement
        QO310EC10QOvs 3P 10A 10kA Type CDirect ReplacementQO310VSC10
        QO316EC10QOvs 3P 16A 10kA Type CDirect ReplacementQO316VSC10
        QO320EC10QOvs 3P 20A 10kA Type CDirect ReplacementQO320VSC10
        QO325EC10QOvs 3P 25A 10kA Type CDirect ReplacementQO325VSC10
        QO332EC10QOvs 3P 32A 10kA Type CDirect ReplacementQO332VSC10
        QO340EC10QOvs 3P 40A 10kA Type CDirect ReplacementQO340VSC10
        QO350EC10QOvs 3P 50A 10kA Type CDirect ReplacementQO350VSC10
        QO363EC10QOvs 3P 63A 10kA Type CDirect ReplacementQO363VSC10
        QOH380XAUSMCB QOH 3P 80A 6KADiscontinuedno replacement
            
        RCBO   
        QOE110BO3QOE RCBO 1P+N 10A B 30mA 10kADirect ReplacementQO110B10RCBO30F
        QOE116BO3QOE RCBO 1P+N 16A B 30mA 10kADirect ReplacementQO116B10RCBO30F
        QOE120BO3QOE RCBO 1P+N 20A B 30mA 10kADirect ReplacementQO120B10RCBO30F
        QOE132BO3QOE RCBO 1P+N 32A B 30mA 10kADirect ReplacementQO132B10RCBO30F
        QOE140BO3QOE RCBO 1P+N 40A B 30mA 10kADirect ReplacementQO140B10RCBO30F

        Does my APC network enabled device support RADIUS or LDAP?



        Issue

        RADIUS and LDAP compatibility - Does my APC network enabled device support RADIUS or LDAP?



        Product Line
         
        • APC branded Network Access Enabled Products


        Environment
        • RADIUS or LDAP/LDAPS environments

        Cause

        This article outlines RADIUS and LDAP/LDAPS capability of APC Network Enabled devices. Refer below to review compatibility.


        Resolution


        Almost all APC Integrated Network Devices can utilize RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial In User Service) as a centralized authentication mechanism. These devices include the Network Management Card (AP9617, AP9618, AP9619, AP9630, AP9631, AP9635), Environmental Management (AP9319, AP9320, AP9340), Switched/Metered Rack PDU (AP78XX/AP79XX, AP84XX, AP88XX, AP89XX, AP86XX), KVM Switches (KVMXXXX), Automatic Transfer Switch (AP77XX), and Netbotz Rack Access PX (AP9360/AP9361).

        APC's RADIUS implementation follows RFC (Request For Comments) standards for RADIUS authentication. LDAP is currently used in our KVM switches (Models AP56XX, KVMXXXX). All other APC devices do not support LDAP, or any other method of authentication except for local device authentication. APC does not certify or warrant, in either express or implied fashion, third party tools and software that will allow integration with APC's implementation of RADIUS.

        Some RADIUS servers allow integration with secondary authentication servers (LDAP as one possible example). Implementation examples can be referenced below. Any and all implementation is the sole responsibility of the end user.

        Please refer to your software server vendor for information on integrating RADIUS into your security infrastructure.

        Microsoft provides information regarding integration into Active Directory/LDAP using IAS and RADIUS in their Technet documentation at the following URLs
        Information on other LDAP implementations can be found at


        Keep in mind, by default, RADIUS users will have Read-Only access to the APC networked device unless the Service-Type attribute is changed on the RADIUS server to allow administrative access. Also, ensure that your device is upgraded to the latest firmware version available.

        Please note that APC does not test and does not support nor recommend the applications listed or any comparable substitute that may be available. All documentation is provided on an "AS IS" basis as this information is the property and responsibility of the organizations which provide it. APC provides no warranties expressed or implied in any of these cases.

         

        What does the Force Negotiation setting achieve in the Network Management Card?

        Issue:
        Within my APC Network Management Card, what does the Force Negotiation setting accomplish?


        Product Line:
        • Network Management Card 1 (NMC1) - AP9617, AP9618, AP9619
        Devices with an embedded Network Management Card 1 include (but are not limited to): Metered/Switched Rack PDUs (AP78XX, AP79XX), Rack Automatic Transfer Switches (AP77XX, Environmental Monitoring Units (AP9320, AP9340, NetBotz 200)
        • Network Management Card 2 (NMC2) - AP9630/AP9630CH, AP9631/AP9631CH, AP9635/AP9635CH
        Devices with an embedded Network Management Card 2 include (but are not limited to): 2G Metered/Switched Rack PDUs (AP86XX, AP88XX, AP89XX), Certain Audio/Video Network Management Enabled products.
        • PowerChute Network Shutdown
        All versions
         

        Environment
        • Users configuring PowerChute Network Shutdown in conjunction with their APC Network Management Card for graceful shutdown options
        • All Network Management Card firmware versions

        Cause:
        Explanation for this setting and why you may need to selected it are listed below.


        Resolution:
        The Force Negotiation setting in the Network Management Card relates to PowerChute Network Shutdown clients and the maximum required delay needed for their shutdown. A safe shutdown time for the UPS is calculated differently for a UPS device with outlet groups compared to a UPS without outlet groups.

        The Maximum Required Delay setting is going to be the low battery signal time/low battery duration value by default. Low battery signal/low battery duration is a value set only on the UPS and does not look at external variables such as PowerChute Network Shutdown clients. 
         
        • For a UPS without outlet groups, the shutdown time is the Maximum Required Delay value on the NMC shutdown screen plus two minutes plus the [configurable] shutdown delay for the UPS.
        • For a UPS with outlet groups, the shutdown time is the Power Off Delay value on the NMC outlet groups screen. (This option is not available with all UPS devices).

          Note: Smart UPS Modular devices, with a SKU beginning with SUM, utilize bullet point #1's behavior, not #2 even though they have outlet groups.

        For both types of UPS devices, the shutdown time is negotiated by the NMC interacting with PowerChute Network Shutdown (PCNS).

        Use the Force Negotiation option when you change or add a PCNS client to re-gauge the shutdown time. PCNS starts with the NMC Low Battery Duration value, compares it to its own total shutdown duration and, if the battery duration time is too low, tells the NMC to increase values in #1 and #2 below to the PCNS shutdown required time plus 70 seconds.
        1. Without outlet groups, the Maximum Required Delay.
        2. With outlet groups, the Power Off Delay for the outlet group supplying power to the PCNS server. (Note: The value in PCNS for VM Shutdown/vApp shutdown will affect UPS Outlet Group Power Off delays, if applicable.)
           

        Note: The 70 seconds mentioned is the default OS shutdown time for PCNS. PCNS never changes the NMC Low Battery Duration field value. With PCNS v3.X, the Maximum Required Delay value is never used by the NMC for a UPS with outlet groups.

        Note: The PCNS Required time = the shutdown delay plus the shutdown command file duration. When the 70 seconds is added, the time is always rounded up to the nearest minute. For example, a total of 3 minutes, 50 seconds is rounded up to 4 minutes; a total of 2 minutes is still rounded up to 3 minutes.

        Keep in mind that the value doesn't update immediately. This is due to the fact that the network management card is polling the minutes Network Shutdown clients and needs to time to adjust. It may take as low as a minute, and as high as six to seven minutes. A quicker way of forcing negotiation is by rebooting the card.

        Also, note that the network management card will take the greater of the two values (low battery setting vs. minutes Network Shutdown required shutdown delay). If you set the command line shutdown of 8 minutes on the client but have a low battery of 10 minutes, the card will take the 10 minute value as the max required delay.

        Your PCNS operating system shutdowns and UPS and outlet group turn offs follow the sequence below (illustrated with graphics), with the On Battery event used as an example.

        With an outlet group turn off, the steps vary as indicated in the text below, and in the separate graphic.

        1. PCNS reports that the UPS is on battery. Before initiating a shutdown, PCNS waits the amount of time configured by the user with the Shut down the system only when the event lasts this long (seconds) field, available through the Configure Events page.

        2. The Command Files Run. When the Run Command File action has been configured by the user on the Configure Shutdown page, the specified command file executes. Its execution time is determined by the field named The command file needs this much time to complete (seconds).

        Any event command file set up on the Configure Events page for On Battery executes concurrently. It begins after the event delay  time (set up in Run the command file only when the event lasts this long (seconds)). This event delay time plus the event command execution time (set up in The command file needs this much time to complete (seconds)) must not be greater than the execution time for the Configure Shutdown command file mentioned in the previous paragraph.
         

        Note: The execution of this event command file is not represented in the graphic below.

        3. The PCNS server operating system issues a shutdown command. There is a pause of 70 seconds until it executes. This is made up of shutdownDelay (10 seconds) and Shutdown Delay (60 seconds) in the ShutdownCommandDuration file. Do not change these values unless you have a reason for doing so.

        4. The UPS or Outlet Group Turn Off Begins. The UPS or outlet group initiates its shutdown. The delay time calculation depends on what is being turned off.

         

        UPS

        It waits the amount of time indicated by one of the following, whichever is greater:

        • Low battery duration:
          Configure this value in the Network Management Card (NMC) web user interface.
            
        • The command file needs this much time to complete (seconds):
          Configure this value in PCNS on the Configure Shutdown page.


        Outlet Group

        • A Switched Outlet Group waits its Power Off Delay time, set in the NMC.
        • A Main Outlet Group wait its Power Off Delay time plus the longest Power Off Delay time for any of its Switched Outlet Groups.

        5. A 2-minute delay. This is built-in and cannot be changed by the user. This delay is NOT relevant to an outlet group turn off.

        6. Sleep sequence starts. The UPS starts its sleep sequence.

        Outlet Group

        For all outlet groups, the sleep command is issued and this is the end of the turn off sequence. The outlet group turns on when AC utility power is restored. You cannot configure it to stay off.

        7. UPS Shutdown Delay. Configure this value for the UPS using the NMC user interface.

        8. Turn Off. The UPS is turned off.

        UPS

        By default, the UPS will turn on again when power is restored and the battery has re-charged. You can configure the UPS to turn on automatically or manually when power returns after a power failure. An automatic turn-on will restart the equipment that the UPS is supporting. Set this parameter in the NMC user interface by using the On-Battery Shutdown Behavior field.

         

        Note: For events other than On Battery and Low Battery, the UPS or the outlet group is turned off and remains off.

        Below is also a shutdown timeline that may be useful for both UPS and Outlet Group references. This is taken from the PowerChute Network Shutdown v3.0 help file.

        UPS:

         

         

         


        Outlet Group:

        Who supports the Altivar 78 AC drive?

        Issue:
        Support for Altivar 78 drives

        Product Line:
        Altivar ATV78

        Environment:
        All

        Cause:
        Technical support on the ATV78 drives.

        Resolution:
        These products are not commercialized in the USA.
        They are commercialized in Canada. Call 1-800-565-6699

        What is the legend plate for a 9001KYG1Y2?

        Issue:
        What is the legend plate for a 9001KYG1Y2?

        Product Line:
        30 MM operators sold and supported in the USA.

        Environment:
        Product Features

        Cause:
        Replacement

        Resolution:
        The legend is the 9001KN699R engraved upside down with the words, "EMERGENCY STOP"
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