MODULAR EJECTOR TOOL
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MODULAR EJECTOR TOOL
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Modena 8000 Module Ejector Tool, Required to Remove form the Grid Plate

Catalogue Number: 80ME
MODULAR EJECTOR TOOL
Used for collateral, as web image
MODULAR EJECTOR TOOL
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Colour:
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • 1 PCE

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Clipsal
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Compliant
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Frequently Asked Questions

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Is part no 80ML available marked Fan ?

Part no 80ML is not marked Fan

Is 80mm corrugated conduit available?

Unfortunately. There is no 80mm corrugated available.

What is part number for 80mm galvanised saddle?

The part number for 80mm galvanized saddle is the part number is 178/80PP.

What is the part number for a cap for 80mm pressure pipe?

The part number for a cap for 80mm pressure pipe is - 262P80

For further information , visit link below:-
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=262P80
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What is the part number for the EM4880 5A to 80mA CT converter?

Issue
A user would like to purchase a converter to convert 5A CT to 80mA current inputs for EM4xxxx meters

Product Line
Current transformers 

Environment
EM4xxx

Resolution

The 5A:80mA converter is useful in applications where there are existing 5A CT's integrated into large motors or switch gear. The 5A:80mA converter matches the 5A secondary of the load to the 80mA input of the meter. In Billing Grade applications, the 5A:80mA converter is also used to connect regulatory grade large aperture, large amperage CT's with 5A secondary to the 80mA of PowerLogic 4X80 meters.

The EM4xxx 5A to 80mA CT converter is available in Canada and the part number is: 900-319-01-A00

The EM4xxx 5A to 80mA CT converter is now available in the US and the part number is: METSECONV580


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL210195 V1.0, Originally authored by MaTh on 01/03/2013
Related ranges: EM4800

Need a stainless steel metal enclosure for an emergency stop 80 x 80 x 80mm

 None available in that size and material 

What is the total depth of the SBIP Clipsal Pop up sockets ?

80mm Deep when closed,
100mm deep when opened.
See drawing attached.

Do Modena switches come with out LED

All come with LED , ( Except the 80MH) but you do not need to connect the LED  if you do not want the LED indicator.

For more information on this product range please visit the Clipsal web site on the supplied link https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=80m

AutoCad Drawings for MiCom P343

Issue
A user needs AutoCad drawing for MiCom P343 80TE as a reference for dimensions of the relay

Product Line
MiCom P343 80TE

Resolution
Below are the attachments for the AutoCad Drawings on the MiCom P343 80TE relays

What is the part number for a 80mm x 50mm service column?

The part number for a 80mm x 50mm service column is MSC80503N.
However this part is being phased out and replaced with the new Optiline 70 series.

For more information, visit the website at www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results and click on the link to view a brochure.

What is the part number for a VGA outlet and plate for the Modena series?

The part number for a VGA outlet and plate for the Modena series is - 80MVGA , 80MB & M8080H

For further information , visit links below:-
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=80MVGA
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=80MB
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=M8080H
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What is the size of the base of XVBZ02

Issue:
What is the size of the base of XVBZ02 

Product Line:
XVB

Environment:
Stack/Tower Lights

Resolution:
Base Unit 80mm (3.15in)

What is the part number for a Strato switch plate with 2 switch mechs and a dimmer?

The part numbers for a Strato switch plate with 2 switch mechs and a dimmer are -  S8080H , 80ML & 80E450UDM

For furter information , visit links below:-
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=S8080H
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=80ML
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=80E450UDM
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What are the dimensions and Cut out for the pop up outlet SBIP2P?

The dimensions and Cut out for the pop up outlet SBIP2P are:

Dimensions:
  • 119mm (L) X 124mm (W) X 80mm (D)

Cut out:
  • 105mm (L) X 105mm (W) X 80mm (D)

Some of the key features are:
  • Pop-up outlet
  • 10A Rated
  • 250V
  • Auto Switched
  • Various colours available
For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=SBIP2P


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What are the dimensions for the 43VF15?

The dimensions for the 435VF15 are 118mm high, 80mm wide and 65mm deep.
It has a cut-out diameter of 66mm and the mounting centres are 70mm x 54mm.

For more information, please refer to the link:
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=435VF15

Do you do a 15A version of the pop up outlet SBIP2P?

No unfortunately there is only the 10A version. 
Some of the key features are:
  • Pop-up outlet
  • 10A Rated
  • 250V
  • Auto Switched
  • Various colours available
  • Cutout size 105mm (L) X 105mm (W) X 80mm (D)
For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=SBIP2P


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What is the part number of the S2, standard sized mechanism to suit the Strato or Modena range?

80ML is rocker switch module, size S2 - 1 way / 2 way with Blue LED to suit the Strato or Modena range.
Key Features:
• Rocker switches with 16A rating for resistive and 16AX rating for inductive/capacitive loads.
• Terminal size maximised for ease of use.
• Fully shrouded and clearly marked terminals for faster installation.

Below is the configuration in S6 sized Grid plate

For further information, please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=80ML

How do I wire a 80MIL in a 3 way intermediate switching application?

Please see the attached document for Wiring Configuration for 80MIL in a 3 way intermediate switching application in the Modena/ Strato Series.

Some of the key features are:
  • Blue LED
  • Terminals accommodates 4 x 1.5 sq mm cables each
  • Intermediate/ Double Pole mechanism
  • Front loading rocker switches
  • 250V AC
  • 10AX
  • Available in various colours
  • 80 Series (To suit Strato, Modena)
For further information please visit www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=80MIL


 

What is the maximum wire length for digital inputs and outputs on Powerlogic meters?

Issue
Customer would like to determine the maximum distance between a meter and a digital input source or an output signal receiver 

Product Line
ION and Powerlogic meters with digital I/O options

Resolution
There is no absolute maximum distance of I/O wiring and actual length depends on several factors including:
  • The field voltage source
  • Wire AWG and manufacture specs
  • Wire type
  • Electrical noise and environment 
  • Meter specs 
* The calculations below are meant to be a rough estimation and they are not accurate unless all the factors are considered *

Digital Input Example:

The PM800 equipped with a PM8M2222 Digital I/O extender with field source of 120 Vac. The wire to be used is a 16 AWG with a resistance of 4.016 ohm per 1000 feet. The PM800's digital input's turn on voltage is 20 Volts and the maximum current draw is 2 mA.

Vdrop= Current X R (per1000 feet) *2*length
Vinput= Vsource - Vdrop

The Vinput needs to exceed the turn on voltage in order for the meter to recognize the signal. In this example, the theoretical maximum would be in the hundreds of thousands of feet. Needless to say, noise as well as other factors will affect the quality of the signal and practically limiting the cable run.

Digital Output Example

A similar calculation can be established for digital outputs once the specifications are known. For example, the ION 7650 has a maximum load of 3 A @ 380 VAC, hence the rated burden is 126.666 ohm. The total loop resistance should be less than the rated burden.  A 16 AWG wire has a resistance of 4.016 ohms per 1000 feet and the maximum theoretical distance that would sustain current without significant voltage drop would be 31,500 feet. Moreover, Form A digital output have a similar calculation given the maximum load voltage and current as well as the input source. For example, if the turn on is 20 volts on a PLC and the ION 7650's form A relay is rated at 80mA @ 30 VDC then :
Vdrop= Current X R (per1000 feet) *2*length
Vinput= Vsource - Vdrop
The theoretical maximum attainable distance would be around 15,600 feet for a 16 AWG wire originating from the ION7650's I/O output.