divider trunking maxi 50mm

Maxi Duct Fittings, Separators - Grey, 50mm Clip in Suit 100 x 50

Catalogue Number: 900D50S
divider trunking maxi 50mm
Colour: White Electric
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • White Electric 1 PCE
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Specifications

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Product brand
Clipsal
Range of product
Actassi
Length
4000 mm
Sustainable offer status
Green Premium product
REACh free of SVHC
Yes
EU RoHS Directive
Pro-active compliance (Product out of EU RoHS legal scope)
Toxic heavy metal free
Yes
Mercury free
Yes
RoHS exemption information
Yes
China RoHS Regulation
 Pro-active China RoHS declaration (out of China RoHS legal scope)
Environmental Disclosure
ENVPEP100802EN

Frequently Asked Questions

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Does the 900/100/50-GY trunking come with a Separator

No the 900D50S needs to be bought seperately.

Does the Quantum ARI030 10 RTD module support 10 ohm copper?

No. The ARI030 10 supports Platinum and Nickel RTD's in 2,3 and 4 wire configurations. Pt 100, 200,500 1000 Ni100,200,500,1000 APt100,200,500,1000


Do the 9002AW2 foot switches have DC contact ratings?

Yes.  They use the 9007A02 snap switch which is rated at 0.25A at 125v DC and 0.1A at 250v DC.
The full data sheet for this contact block is attached.




 

I'm wanting to use a 619MAC AT&T/Suttle clip module in the Modena/Strato series. Is there a Modena/Strato equivalent?

No, there is not a Modena/Strato equivalent however you can pair the 619MAC module with a Modena 600/500 Series Modular Range Adaptor, 800MA. This combination will allow you to use a 619MAC module in the Modena/Strato plates.

What colour is the PDL 537, Standard deep mounting block (fits all 600/500 Series), available in?

The PDL 537 is available in white (WH) and black (BK)

Code example: Black PDL 537 - PDL537BK

 

What is the standard key used in a 9001KX,9001KR, 9001KS and 9001SKS selector switch?

Issue:
Replacement standard key for the 9001 oeprators.

Product Line:
Harmony Pushbuttons

Environment:
All Products

Resolution:
The standard key is the E10 key which is catalog number 2941101100.
 

What is the replacement ringnut for the 9001K and 9001SK Selector Switches

Issue:
What is the replacement ringnut for the 9001SKS Selector Switches

Product Line:
9001 K and SK

Environment:
Selector Switches


Resolution:
9001K45 for the K series(metal) and 9001SK45 for the SK series (plastic).  Both will use the 9001SK46 secondary ring nut to hold the knob on the selector switch.

What parts do I need to make a vertical version of the Modena Telephone Outlet on PG 28 of the PDL Pocket Book?

1x 800GV - Vertical Grid Plate
1x 800PSVWH (or another colour) - Vertical Plastic Surround
2x 860BM - Blank half module
1x 800MA - 600/500 Series Adaptor
1x 617M2 - Telephone Module
*The telephone module that is inserted into the adaptor will sit in between the two blank half modules in the plate. This layout is the most visually appealing.
 

Does Schneider Electric offer a direct replacement for the Berger Lahr D900 series of drive cards?

No, there is no drop-in replacement available to replace the Berger Lahr D900.xx drive cards.
This includes all versions of D900.  
D900.00, D900.50, D900.51, D900.53, D900.61, D900.62, D900.63.... and all others that are not listed but are part of the D900 family.


Customers must upgrade to Lexium SD326DU25S2
They must also replace the existing stepping motor with a BRS3xxW version
Motors used with D900 drive cards are not compatible with SD326 due to a lower voltage rating of the motor windings.   Example: VRDM3910/50 LNA   
The "N" character in the motor type code designates a motor winding rated for 130v.
Motors used with SD326 have a winding rated for 325v

It should be noted that all frame sizes of motors used with D900 drive cards are available in the Lexium BRS motor family so replacement of the motor will not require any mechanical adaptation.

Contact Schneider Electric Technical Support for assistance with selecting suitable BRS motor when upgrading from D900 drive cards to Lexium SD326.


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How to monitor and replace the On Board battery of the Scadapack 300/500 E series devices?


To Monitor On Board Battery Status:
1. Use E-series configurator software.
2. Under General folder> Select Controller Status and monitor RAM Battery.

3. Or monitor Binary System Status point address 50207.

To replace the On board lithium battery in the Scadapack 300 series devices:
1.Back-up RTU configuration information, user-created applications, logs and other data to an external drive so it can be reloaded when the procedure is complete.
2.Remove power from the RTU.
3.Put on an anti-static wrist strap and verify that it is connected to ground.
4.Remove the RTU cover.
5.Keeping your cutting tool away from the circuit board, carefully cut the tie wrap on the side of the battery that is closest to the top edge of the board.
The figure below indicates where to cut the tie wrap.

6.Gently remove the battery from its socket.
7.Insert the new Tadiran TL-5186 3.6 V lithium battery. The tie wrap is intended to keep the battery in place during shipping and does not need to be replaced.
8.Reattach the RTU cover.
9.Apply power to the RTU and start it in Cold Boot mode by holding the LED POWER button down for 20 seconds until the Status LED begins blinking on and off.
10.In SCADAPack E Configurator, use the Transfer > Set RTU time to reset the time on the RTU.
11.Reload the RTU configuration and user-created applications from back-up.

To replace the On board lithium battery in the Scadapack 500 series devices:
1.Back-up configuration information, user-created applications, logs and other data to an external drive.
2.Remove power from the rPAC.
3.Put on an anti-static wrist strap and verify that it is connected to ground.
4.Remove the rPAC cover.
5.Keeping your cutting tool away from the circuit board, carefully cut the tie wrap on the side of the battery that is closest to the top edge of the board.
The figure below indicates where to cut the tie wrap.

6.Gently remove the battery from its socket.
7.Insert the new Tadiran TL-5186 3.6 V lithium battery. The tie wrap is intended to keep the battery in place during shipping and does not need to be replaced.
8.Reattach the rPAC cover.
9.Apply power to the rPAC and start it in Cold Boot mode by holding the Select button down for 20 seconds until the Status LED begins blinking on and off.
10.In SCADAPack E Configurator, use the Transfer > Set RTU time to reset the time on the rPAC.
11.Reload the rPAC configuration and user-created applications from back-up.

Trio Q Radios - Selecting the Correct Type

Both the QR and QB can support the exact SAME number of remote sites. The decision to choose one or the other instead relates to how busy the channel is. This refers partially to the Transmit Duty Cycle of the Master radio. You could have ONE remote and have a very HIGH duty cycle if you poll that one site for a large amount of data, and poll it very rapidly. Or you could have 200 remotes and have a low duty cycle, if you only poll each for a small amount of data and only very infrequently. "How busy" also refers to the possibility of collisions (causing delays), and whether this is going to be acceptable or not.


There are a few fairly simple questions that you should ask which might help guide the decision of choosing a QR or a QB (or a QP ) at the Master and Repeater sites:

Is it more important that this be a low-cost system, or more important that it be a highest-reliability system? A QR at the Master (and Repeater) site does not have the ability to work reliably at a very high transmit duty cycle, while a QB or QP at these sites can transmit constantly without over-heating. If a QR must be used at critical sites due to a limited budget then measures should be taken to ensure the transmit duty cycle is limited to approximately 20%. This can be done fairly simply in most SCADA Hosts by including a brief delay between receiving the response from one Remote and sending a message to the next Remote. There is a way to gather data on the duty cycle in the TView+ Diagnostics software package after the system has been running for some time, or the customer can simply insert a pause of perhaps 200-500 milliseconds between messages, and fine-tune that later if required.

Do you think that your system will have a lot of traffic, or will messages be less frequent? This is a fairly subjective question, and difficult to get an exact answer. But some will tell you "I need to push as much data through as possible" while others may say something like "Oh no, we only poll each site once every 10 minutes and only get a few bytes, so traffic is low." A QB or QP is the clear answer if the first is true, while a QR might be OK in the second case.

Are you able to acquire two radio frequencies, or must you work with only a single channel? If two channels (approximately 5 MHz apart) can be acquired, a QB can be used as the system's collision avoidance Master. This allows the QB to act as a "traffic cop" where it can transmit to tell other remotes to be quiet (remain idle) when it hears a signal coming in from another remote. In this way it is much less likely that two remotes will try to send messages to the Master (or Repeater) at the same time. Such a system reduces the number of collisions, which allows a busy system to operate in the most efficient manner possible. A QP won't get hot, but cannot perform the higher quality collision avoidance as can the QB, because it can only transmit OR receive, never both. But it can operate on a single channel (simplex) if that's all that the customer can get.