connector block 20amp

Max 4 Connector Blocks, 20A, 2 Way, Triple Entry

Catalogue Number: BP203
connector block 20amp
Retail
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Specifications

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Product brand
Clipsal
Range of product
Blue Point
Product or component type
connector block
Cable cross section
4-4 mm²
[In] rated current
20 A
Connector type
screw terminals
Package 1 Weight
0.001 kg
EU RoHS Directive
Compliant
Mercury free
Yes
RoHS exemption information
Yes
China RoHS Regulation
Product out of China RoHS scope. Substance declaration for your information

Frequently Asked Questions

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Is part number BP30F still available?

No. Unfortunatelythis part is no longer available nor a replacement.

Video: Back-UPS CS, RS & XS - Manual Adjustment for Sensitivity

Issue:

UPS will not operate on utility power or may be clicking between utility and battery power.


Product Line:

Back-UPS RS/XS & Back-UPS CS (4-LED Interfaces)


Environment:

All models & serial numbers


Cause:

This may be caused by one of the following conditions;
  • Low Voltage / Sag
  • Black-out
  • High Voltage / Over-Voltage
  • Frequency is out of range
  • Total Harmonic Distortion

Resolution:

The following video details the process for manually adjusting the Back-UPS RS & XS or Back-UPS CS system's AC Input Sensitivity.
 

What is the IP rating of GVAE20? Would the IP rating of GV2P circuit breaker (IP20) get affected by the addition of Aux contact GVAE20?

The IP rating of GVAE20 is IP 20.

The IP rating of GV2* with GVAE20 is then IP20. It would not get affected by the addition of the Auxiliary 

Where can I get support for APC and MGE Products?

For support on APC and MGE products please visit:  https://www.apc.com/support/

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Where can I find Installation and User manuals for AccuSine PCS+ or AccuSine PFV+?

Issue
User needs installation and/or user manual for AccuSine PCS+ or AccuSine PFV+

Product Line
AccuSine PCS+
AccuSine PFV+

Environment
Documentation

Resolution
Please find the following documents attached:
  1. User Manual for AccuSine+
  2. Installation Manual for AccuSine+ IP00, IP20, UL Type 1, and UL Type Open
  3. Installation Manual for AccuSine+ UL Type 2, UL Type 12, IP31, and IP54
  4. Installation Manual for AccuSine+ 600-690 Volt UL Type 2, UL Type 12, IP31, and IP54

A customer will connect several motors in parallel for conveyor application, and they will be driven by a ATV68C23N4. However, the total motors' ratin...

Goals and Symptoms

A customer will connect several motors in parallel for conveyor application, and they will be driven by a ATV68C23N4. However, the total motors' rating current is less than ATV68C23N4's current. How to setup the motor data in Menu B3 for this case? Is there any particular parameter setting need to be configured for this motor parallel case?

Causes and Fixes

For this application there is some restrictions :

- need to have same motors
- same cabe lenght for each motor

However, for the B3 menu :
B3.00 = global power ( sum of motors )
B3.01 = global current
B3.02 = nominal voltage
B3.03 = nominal frequency
B3.04 = nominal speed
B3.05 = nominal network voltage

And make a tune only if you have exactly same motors.


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL161617 V1.0, Originally authored by on , Last Edited by on
Related ranges: Altivar 68

How to connect to ClearSCADA from MS SQL Server 2014 using Linked Servers

DISCLAIMER 

The example below is  intended to demonstrate one or more features or methods and is presented as a configuration example only. Schneider Electric assumes no liability for the use or application of this example or any portion thereof.


It is possible to make a direct connection to ClearSCADA from MS SQL Server 2014 using Linked Servers.  The linked server functionality in MS SQL Server will connect using the OLEDB Provider for ODBC.

The effect of a linked server is that the ClearSCADA database can essentially be directly queried through SQLServer with only a minor change to the structure of the query.

Making the Connection


  • From within SQL Server Management Studio, open the "Linked Servers" section below "Server Objects" in the Object Explorer;
  • Right-click on the "Linked Servers":

  • The Provider should be "Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers" so that MS SQL Server can connect using the ClearSCADA ODBC interface;
  • The product name should match the name of the ODBC driver - in this case "ClearSCADA" (for ClearSCADA 2014 and up);
  • The Data source is the name of the System DSN configured previously to connect to ClearSCADA server.

Allowing MS SQL Server to write to ClearSCADA Tables

If you intend to perform updates on ClearSCADA tables, enable "Non Transact Updates" on the Linked Server Providers section:
  • From within SQL Server management Studio, open the Linked Servers/Providers section in the Object Explorer;
  • Double-click on "MSDASQL":
  • Enable "Non transacted updates" by checking its check box and clicking the "OK" button.
Should you fail to enable "Non transacted updates" and attempt to perform an UPDATE on a table, the following error message appears:"Msg 7390, Level 16, State 1, Line 1 The requested operation could not be performed because the OLE DB provider 'MSDASQL' does not support the required transaction interface."

Running queries on ClearSCADA


  • Open a query window within SQL Server Management Studio - look for the "New Query" option in the toolbars:
          Select FullName from CLEARSCADA..Core.CDBPoint
 
Note that the use of "CLEARSCADA" tells MS SQL Server to use the linked server connection we created. The rest of the table reference defines the location of the table within the ClearSCADA database structure. In the above example, the CDBPoint table is within the "Core" group and so the reference must include both Core and CDBPoint.
  • The Level zero only option available in the properties of the MSDASQL provider turns on and off the SQLServer support for using ClearSCADA database schemas. So to reference CDBHistoric in the form of CLEARSCADA...CDBHistoric rather than using CLEARSCADA..Historic.CDBHistoric (or other schema name), enable the Level zero only option.
  • Click on the "Execute" button on the toolbar and the data set should be retrieved from ClearSCADA database.

Writing queries filtering on a DateTime field


Due to an issue with the SQL Server query optimizer, certain types of queries run in SQLServer against a linked server are consider non-remote able. This means that SQLServer will ignore parts of the WHERE clause of the query and process the result set locally. One such case of this occurring is with the use of datetime fields in ClearSCADA.

The queries below highlight this problem:

SELECT TOP( 100000 )
    "RecordTime", "FormattedValue", "StateDesc"
FROM
    CLEARSCADA..Historic.CDBHistoric
WHERE
    "Id" = 50203 AND "RecordTime" > { ts '2016-01-02 00:00:00' }
ORDER BY
    "RecordTime" DESC

is actually passed through to ClearSCADA server as:

SELECT TOP( 100000 )
    "RecordTime", "FormattedValue", "StateDesc"
FROM
    CLEARSCADA..Historic.CDBHistoric
WHERE
    "Id" = 50203
ORDER BY
    "RecordTime" DESC

Note that the "RecordTime" part of the WHERE clause has been removed. In this case MS SQL Server has decided that the "RecordTime" part of this query is "non-remoteable" and so it issues a query which expects to get ALL records for point ID 50203 from CDBHistoric.

Since CDBHistoric could contain billions of records, this type of query will either be rejected as unconstrained, or take a very long time to run as all data would need to be passed to MS SQL Server for processing one record at a time. At best it would be grossly inefficient, at worst it would not work at all
 

Microsoft describe this as a "quirk" of the query processor.

There is however a couple of solutions to this problem.

Use OPENQUERY

OPENQUERY provides a way where an entire query can be sent through to a remote linked server. The query executed in MS SQL Server would look something like:

SELECT * FROM OPENQUERY(CLEARSCADA, 'SELECT TOP( 100000 )
    RecordTime, FormattedValue, StateDesc
FROM
    CDBHistoric
WHERE
    Id = 50203 AND RecordTime > { ts ''2016-01-02 00:00:00'' }
ORDER BY
    RecordTime DESC
')
 
Note the added complexity of the query and the two single quotes around the time.

Use a variable to hold the DateTime value

Another approach is to use a variable to hold the datetime value and pass the variable in the WHERE clause rather than the actual datetime value. See the example below:

declare @x as datetime
set @x = convert(datetime , '2016-01-02 00:00:00')
select Id, RecordTime, StateDesc from CLEARSCADA..Historic.CDBHistoric
    where    Id = 50203 AND
            RecordTime > @x

Does Schneider Electric offer a replacement for the Berger Lahr WPM-311 controller?

The entire product line of WPM-311 type controllers from Berger Lahr are obsolete and no longer available
Schneider Electric does not offer a drop in replacement.

The Berger Lahr WPM311 uses a special programming environment which was unique to Berger Lahr ( Depending on the firmware, Bpro3 programming system or ProOed3 Programming system )

The WPM311 is a 4 axis motion controller that utilizes pulse/direction type outputs which were most commonly used to interface with stepping motor drives.

So to replace the WPM311 you will have to not only find a controller that is capable of controlling multiple axis, but you will also have to write a motion program that duplicates the current application process.

You may try contacting the OEM machine builder, they may have spare WPM311 controllers or they may have already developed a retrofit solution.  

Service is still available at the Schneider Electric Repair Center in Greensboro NC


rev 2-20-18

Does Schneider Electric offer a replacement for the Berger Lahr WPM-311 controller?

The entire product line of WPM-311 type controllers from Berger Lahr are obsolete and no longer available
Schneider Electric does not offer a direct replacement.

The Berger Lahr WPM311 uses a special programming environment which was unique to Berger Lahr ( Depending on the firmware, Bpro3 programming system or ProOed3 Programming system )

The WPM311 is a 4 axis motion controller that utilizes pulse/direction type outputs which were most commonly used to interface with stepping motor drives.

To replace the WPM311 you will need a controller that is capable of controlling multiple axis, and you must write a motion program that duplicates the current application process.

You may try contacting the OEM machine builder, they may have spare WPM311 controllers or they may have already developed a retrofit solution.  

Service is still available at the Schneider Electric Repair Center in Greensboro NC.


Rev 8-8-17

What are the important points to consider when selecting an Altivar VSD?

Motor current:
The continuous output current of the drive must be higher than the motor rated current.



Voltage:
The motor rated voltage must be within the drive voltage range.
 
Application:
Drives have different features available for different application. To summarize:
ATV61, ATV600 - High Performance Pump/fan/compressor applications
ATV71, ATV900 - High Performance Material Handling/machine applications
ATV312, ATV32, ATV320 - Simple or advanced Pump/fan/compressor/Material Handling/machine applications
ATV12 - Basic pump/fan/machine/material handling applications
 
Communication:
All Altivar drives come with standard Modbus serial port. However other communication options are available via optional communication modules. These include Ethernet, CanOpen, Profibus, Profinet, DeviceNet, Modbus TCP
 
Degree of Protection:
The ATV600, ATV61, ATV900, ATV71 come with two different degree of protections.
ATV600/900 - IP21, IP55
ATV61/71 -  IP20, IP54




 

What are the Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) codes for Schneider Electric (US only)?

The CAGE codes for Schneider Electric/SQUARE D are listed below:
CAGE Code Company Address
04429 SQUARE D CO LEEDS MFG PLANT 940 MOORE ST NE LEEDS, AL 35094
05684 SQUARE D CO MIDDLETOWN MFG PLANT 1500 S UNIVERSITY BLVD MIDDLETOWN, OH 45044
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19804 SQUARE D CO GRAND BAY OF BRECKSVILLE 6995 S EDGERTON RD SUITE 100 BRECKSVILLE, OH 44141
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51917 SQUARE D CO ASHEVILLE MFG PLANT 128 BINGHAM RD ASHEVILLE, NC 28806
51918 SQUARE D CO AUTOMATION AND CONTROL BUSINESS RALEIGH, NC 27611
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56302 SQUARE D CO CEDAR RAPIDS MFG PLANT 3700 6TH ST SW CEDAR RAPIDS, IA 52406
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Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL206488 V1.0, Originally authored by MaTh on 10/26/2011, Last Edited by MaTh on 10/26/2011
Related ranges: Standards Applied to Power Management PRODUCTS

What is the IP (Internal Protection) rating of the NetShelter SX, SV and CX cabinets?

Issue:
Internal Protection (IP) rating of the NetShelter SX, SV and CX cabinets is required.

Product Line:
NetShelter SX, NetShelter SV, NetShelter CX

Environment:
All versions and serial ranges.

Cause:
IP ratings are used to determine how large an object, or liquid, may pass through the side panels or roof of a cabinet.

Resolution:
 
The NetShelter cabinets have not been independently tested to IEC 60529 for Internal Protection, but they meet the rating scale (see below).

The NetShelter SX and SV cabinets meet the Internal Protection rating scale of IP20.
This includes: AR3100, AR3104, AR3107, AR3130, AR3140, AR3150, AR3157, AR3300, AR3305, AR3340, AR3347, AR3350, AR3357, AR3200, and AR3810, AR2400, AR2401, AR2400FP1, AR2480, AR2500, AR2580, AR2407, AR2487, AR2507, AR2587, AR2200, AR2280.

The NetShelter CX meet the Internal Protection rating scale of IP44. 
This includes: AR4000MV, AR4018A, AR4018IA, AR4024A, AR4024IA, AR4038A, AR4038IA.
With the optional dust filters installed they meet the rating scale of IP54.

The Internal Protection (IP) standard describes a system for classifying the degrees of protection provided by the enclosures of electrical equipment. Developed by the European committee for Electrotechnical Standardization (CENELEC), these standards are designed to numerically rate an electrical product on the level of protection it's enclosure provides. By assigning different number codes, the product's degree of protection can be identified quickly and easily.

The IP Rating Scale is defined as follows: 

1st number of the rating can change from 0-6 and indicates the degree of protection with respect to persons and solid objects.

0 = Not protected
1 = Protects against solid objects greater than 50 mm
2 = Protects against solid objects greater than 12 mm
3 = Protects against solid objects greater than 2.5 mm
4 = Protects against solid objects greater than 1.0 mm
5 = Dust protected
6 = Dust tight

2nd number of the rating can range from 0-8 and indicates degree of protection with respect to harmful ingress of water.

0 = Not protected
1 = Protects against dripping water
2 = Protects against dripping water of +- 15 degree angle
3 = Protects against spraying water of +- 60 degree angle
4 = Protects against splashing water
5 = Protects against water jets
6 = Protected against heavy seas
7 = Protects against immersion
8 = Protects against submersion

Therefore, it is explained that: 
  • The NetShelter SX and SV cabinets meet the rating scale of IP20; protects against solid objects of greater than 12 mm and does not offer protection against water.
  • The NetShelter CX cabinet meets the rating scale of IP44; protects against solid objects greater than 1.0 mm and offers protection against splashing water. Plus, if the optional dust filters are used the CX will protect against dust and splashing water, which meets the rating scale of IP54.

 
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